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Roethlisberger said spending time with loved ones and friends got him out of his postgame funk.

The side effect is that the competitive element created by positions has been watered down to the point that I pay almost no attention to position eligibility as I draft in standard formats (PG, SG, G, SF, PF, F, C, 3 Util). Granted, positions play a slightly more important role in roto games, where specific stats matter, but in points leagues, where only your all-around statistical production matters, it means next to nothing.

“I love this game, I love this sport, I love my teammates, the fans — I give everything I have,” Roethlisberger said. “If I didn’t care, a game like last Sunday wouldn’t have bothered me. … It ticks me off that I played like that.”

Roethlisberger has one 300-yard passing performance in his past 11 regular-season games, and the Steelers (3-2) haven’t surpassed 26 points all season. The Steelers went 0-for-3 in the red zone Sunday.

Coach Mike Tomlin said Roethlisberger’s Week 5 decision-making could have been better, but “probably wasn’t as catastrophic as the statistics bear out,” citing Roethlisberger getting hit on multiple throws that were intercepted.

There’s precedent with this injury. Rodgers suffered a broken collarbone in 2013. Green Bay was 5-2 going into the game in which he was injured (against Chicago), lost that game, then went 2-5-1 without him using a combination of Seneca Wallace, Scott Tolzien and Matt Flynn. Upon Rodgers’ return, the Packers beat the Bears and won the NFC North with an 8-7-1 record before they lost to the 49ers, led by Kaepernick, in the playoffs.

If Rodgers can come back and the Packers can hang in an ugly division, a similar scenario could unfold this season. That is Green Bay’s best hope until the “season ending” rumor becomes reality.

What to expect from Tuesday’s NFL fall meetings

When NFL owners meet Tuesday in New York, the national anthem will be a prominent item on the agenda.

While there is not expected to be a vote to change the league’s national anthem policy, owners will try to find some middle ground with players who want to protest during the anthem to raise awareness of social issues.

Touchdown. How about those Giants? A 47-yard run by Orleans Darkwa provided the meat of a seven-play, 75-yard drive that ended when Eli Manning found rookie tight end Evan Engram for a 5-yard touchdown on third-and-2. 10-0, Giants

End of first quarter.

Field goal. A solid start for the Giants. After forcing a three-and-out on Denver’s first drive, New York drove deep into Broncos territory before the 69-yard drive stalled. Aldrick Rosas made a 25-yard field goal on the 13th play of the drive to give the Giants an early lead. 3-0, Giants

The Kansas City Chiefs five game win streak to open 2017 was snapped on Sunday afternoon.

Kansas City failed to find any offensive momentum in the first half against the Steelers and its comeback came up just short as Pittsburgh held on for a 19-13 road victory.

The Chiefs found a rhythm offensively in the second half, but registered just one first down and six total yards in the opening 30 minutes. Quarterback Alex Smith threw for 246 yards and a touchdown, while Kareem Hunt totaled 89 yards on five catches for Kansas City.

Le’Veon Bell carried the ball 32 times, tallying 179 rushing yards and a touchdown to lead Pittsburgh to the win. Antonio Brown also added 155 receiving yards and a score.

Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian was ruled questionable to return with a left shoulder injury.tigers_053

Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott threw for three touchdowns and Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 116 yards in the losing effort.

Davante Adams (3 p.m.): The Packers wideout cleared the league’s concussion protocol on Saturday. He will be active for today’s game against the Cowboys.

Seattle Seahawks (2:45 p.m.): As the Rams go without both Lamarcus Joyner (hamstring) and Maurice Alexander (coach’s decision) today, Russell Wilson and his receivers could have their way with a depleted Los Angeles secondary.

A.J. Green (11:50 a.m.): With the Bills short-handed at cornerback and without CB E.J. Gaines today, expect Green and the rest of the Cincinnati receiving corps to have pretty solid outings in Week 5.

The topic was raised after Vice President Mike Pence left Sunday’s game between the Indianapolis Colts and San Francisco 49ers after more than 20 Niners knelt during the national anthem with their hands over their hearts, as was the case the previous week.

Pence tweeted a statement in which he said he would not dignify any event that disrespects soldiers, the flag or the anthem.

At the Cowboys’ Sept. 25 meeting with the Arizona Cardinals, Jones, his sons Stephen and Jerry Jr. and daughter Charlotte Anderson joined the team’s players, coaches and staff on the field in taking a knee and locking arms prior to the anthem. During the anthem, the Jones family stood arm-in-arm with the players.

In total, Rodgers tallied 221 passing yards and three touchdowns in the game, while running back Aaron Jones added 125 yards on the ground as well as a score.x (14)

Losing quarterback Matthew Stafford had a different take.

Tyler Boyd, WR, Cincinnati Bengals: Boyd was quickly declared out of Sunday’s game against the Bills in the first quarter after limping off the field with a knee injury. Boyd was tackled near the sideline while trying to catch a short pass from Andy Dalton.

Leonard Johnson, CB, Buffalo Bills: Slot cornerback Johnson left the game against Cincinnati in the second quarter and was originally deemed questionable to return due to a hamstring injury before being downgraded to out.

“We’ve got to find a way to do a better job on offense, especially in the game,” said Stafford, who led two fourth-quarter touchdown drives that amounted to too little too late.

It’s no longer so early in the season that we can’t draw meaningful conclusions about these teams, yet it’s early enough that “We’ve got to find a way” might be the rallying cry for squads in a jumbled NFC playoff picture.

The Panthers are 4-1. Their only loss was to the Saints, who are 2-2. What does it mean if the Lions, now 3-2 after losing to the Panthers, beat the Saints next Sunday in New Orleans? What does it mean if they don’t? The Lions have got to find a way to win that game, since the Packers keep stacking miracles and sit one game ahead of them at 4-1 in the NFC North. The Vikings might not have to work too hard to find a way to get to 3-2 on Monday night against fresh-faced Mitchell Trubisky in his debut for the Bears.x (9)

“Jourdan Rodrigue, Charlotte Observer,” she said before walking away, according to the report.

Mike Persinger, the executive sports editor of the Observer, said Newton’s comments were “unfortunate and out of line.”

“The question Jourdan asked during the news conference was a good one, like countless other questions about football strategy and nuance she has asked in the course of doing her job,” Persinger said.

That missed opportunity came back to haunt them less than a minute later.

“We’ll go back and try to look at different plays throughout the game that could have made a big difference,” Cousins said. “A tough one to lose. Felt like we had a chance there and didn’t get it done.”

The Redskins stunned the Chiefs early when Cousins found Terrelle Pryor over star cornerback Marcus Peters for a 44-yard touchdown pass, then drove to the goal line before settling for a field goal.

But the plucky Chiefs slowly fought their way back into the game.

Smith started to find his athletic tight end down the seam, then hit Kelce with a 17-yard TD strike late in the first half. The two connected again on third down shortly after the break, and Smith scored a few plays later when he fooled the defense with a quarterback-keeper.
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John Fox deflects blame from Mike Glennon in blowout loss to Bucs

Mike Glennon took on his former team in the Buccaneers Sunday and had some pretty good numbers on the stat sheet. He went 31 of 45 for 301 yards and a touchdown, but he also had two interceptions, including one that was returned for a touchdown, and a lost fumble. He also failed to get his team on the board until late in the fourth quarter of the 29-7 victory.

Naturally fans are a little upset about the production on offense, but head coach John Fox has no intention of going to No. 2 overall pick Mitch Trubisky any time soon.

“I thought he made some good throws,” Fox told reporters following the game. “I thought he hung in there, he got hit enough, but I don’t think that loss was all about the quarterback.”

“I sure hope so,” Brady said. “I’ve always watched him and admired him, the way that he’s played he was a great young quarterback. He came to our stadium and beat us and took his team to the Super Bowl.

“He accomplished a lot in the pros as a player. And he’s certainly qualified and I hope he gets a shot.”

Kaepernick, who opted out of his 49ers contract in March, remains a free agent following the backlash last year for kneeling during the national anthem before 49ers games in protest against police brutality and racial injustice, though he said he would not continue the protest this season with a new team.

The NFL Players Association named Kaepernick its “Community MVP” for Week 1 of the NFL season in recognition of his ongoing charitable contributions.
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Bengals speedster John Ross expected to play Thursday against Texans

The combine’s fastest man is expected to flash across screens Thursday night when the Bengals take on the Texans.

Cincinnati rookie wide receiver John Ross, who set a record with a 4.22 second 40-yard dash at the combine, is expected to make his NFL regular-season debut, according to multiple reports.

The 2017 draft’s No. 9 overall pick was inactive in Week 1 because of a knee injury sustained in the Bengals’ preseason finale.

DeMarco Murray, Tennessee Titans, hamstring, (Q): Hamstring tightness forced Murray to the bench early in last week’s game and kept him out of practice until Friday, when he returned to limited work. If he does play, there is no way of knowing how well — or how long — Murray can run. His status remains in question up until game day, but’s Cameron Wolfe expects more work from Derrick Henry, even if Murray does take the field.

Melvin Gordon, Los Angeles Chargers, knee, (Q): Gordon was a Thursday addition to the injury report, which often creates concern about a player’s Sunday status, especially when that is followed by another limited practice Friday and a questionable tag. In this case, however, it appears the Chargers are not overly worried about Gordon’s status, instead opting to rest him to some degree on Thursday for the Chargers’ full pad practice after he had some soreness in his knee. On Friday, after practice, coach Anthony Lynn told reporters he does expect Gordon to play. Assuming there is no setback, Gordon should take the field Sunday when the Chargers host the Chiefs.

Dolphins suspend LB Lawrence Timmons after he went AWOL

The Dolphins have suspended linebacker Lawrence Timmons indefinitely for going AWOL in Los Angeles one day before Sunday’s win over the Chargers.

Miami filed a missing persons report for the 31-year-old after he failed to show up for the matchup with the Chargers. He was reportedly found at the airport waiting to board a plane to Philadelphia early Sunday morning.

Timmons left the Steelers after 10 seasons to sign a two-year, $10 million deal to play for the Dolphins. He had played in 101 consecutive games before missing Sunday’s game.

And yet, I’m not sure it really matters. Pittsburgh’s loss didn’t hurt at all given what happened around the AFC North. The Browns blew their best chance at a road win by losing to the Colts, dropping Cleveland to 0-3. The Bengals couldn’t hold onto a 21-7 lead in Green Bay and lost to the Packers in overtime, leaving them in the cellar alongside the Browns at 0-3. Baltimore, without arguably its best player on offense (guard Marshal Yanda, who’s on IR) or defense (defensive lineman Brandon Williams), were stomped by the Jaguars in London by 37 points.

Pittsburgh came into the week with a 56.9 percent chance of winning its division and, despite the loss, left with a 73.3 percent chance of claiming its division. The Steelers have time to figure things out.

Burns are exciting too, right? Von Miller’s now-infamous “too slow” move seemed like a bizarre act to flag given that he never actually touched Tyrod Taylor after the play, but the call was enough to push a back-and-forth game Buffalo’s way. The Bills were set to punt the ball from the Denver 46-yard line with 7:43 to go in the fourth quarter up seven, but the fresh set of downs revitalized Taylor’s offense. Buffalo picked up two more first downs and forced Denver to burn all of its timeouts before kicking a field goal with 3:18 left to make it a 10-point game and basically end the contest.

Siemian did a great job getting the ball into the hands of his playmakers.

It wasn’t all smooth sailing. Siemian fumbled, but that was probably more on Menelik Watson for his poor blocking. He had a bad interception. That was completely on him. It looked like a busted play that should have been a run. It almost seemed like he thought he called a pass play, but everyone else played it as a run. When he let the ball go, Demaryius Thomas had no idea the ball was coming. The whole play felt off.

Even with a few miscues, and an injury to Bolles, the offense was on fire. Nobody thought the Broncos would have the ball enough to score 35 offensive points. And most people still don’t see the Broncos offense as a real threat. That should change in the coming weeks.

Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders both had 6 catches. Thomas went for 71 yards, while Sanders went for 62 and 2 touchdowns. Virgil Green and C.J. Anderson had the other touchdowns.

He left his feet and fully extended his 6-foot-2 frame in an attempt to haul in Taylor’s last-ditch pass, but the ball glanced off his hands and fell harmlessly to the ground.

The Bills were denied a 2-0 start and sole possession of first place in the AFC East. A dejected Jones, who fought back tears following the loss, blamed himself for the lack of execution on the throw.

“It’s very tough, especially because of the guys in this locker room. I play my heart out for them and absolutely love (them). It’s really difficult. I let my team down. I didn’t get the job done,” said Jones. “I play my heart out for them, and absolutely love (them). It is just really difficult right now. … Coach saw a good opportunity to capitalize on the defense. Tyrod made a good throw and I just didn’t come down with the catch. The ball just came my way and I didn’t make the play. I think it was a pretty good thrown ball. I just didn’t make the catch. It just didn’t bounce my way.”

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Let’s dive into some of those completions.

This first play is something that should fire up Rams fans. Goff is under center, turns his back to fake a handoff to Gurley, squares around, and without hesitation, throws a dart for a completion.

This is important because it shows that Goff read the defense correctly, and knew the timing of the route. There was zero doubt when he turned around, he was slinging the rock into that open window. This is much improved from last season.

Straight up, I’ll take the Chiefs to win this one. That was a really impressive performance in last week’s win over the Patriots. And I love watching this bastardized high school offense.

However, the Chiefs lost Eric Berry last week. They already had a weak spot in the secondary on Terrance Mitchell’s side of the field. Take Berry out of the secondary, and it’s a real vulnerability.

The Browns are 1-10-1 against the spread when they play their AFC North peers. But now the Browns are approaching true peer status with the rest of the division. Hell, they’re better than the Bengals. The Ravens are not an impressive team. Covering an 8-point spread against an improving Browns team is too much of a lift.

Hmmm. I was pretty hyped about the Titans this year. I was pretty hyped about the Jaguars last year, and look how that turned out. You can find spreads as high as three points, but in a straight pick ‘em, I’ll take the Jags’ defense.

A little closer spread and I’d probably take the Vikings. I don’t expect Le’Veon Bell to be as much of a non-factor this week as he was last week, and the Steelers are just a safer bet at home than they are on the road. Plus, Sam Bradford’s now dealing with a knee injury.
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