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#1 Wysłane : 9 marca 2019 06:40:56(UTC)
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They are called Diva Receivers for a reason. We tend to find out why when NFL pass catchers open their mouths.Cases in point most recently would be two of football's biggest stars Authentic Casey Hayward Jersey , Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham Jr. What they've spouted, no matter how it gets spun and by whom, can't be anything but detrimental to the team.The history of wideouts with wide mouths — or free rein on social media nowadays — includes, naturally, the likes of Terrell Owens, Plaxico Burress, Keyshawn Johnson and Chad Johnson/Ochocinco. To call their utterings constructive criticism would be like calling Lambeau Field balmy in December.And they hardly are the only guys who have damaged the locker room vibes with their, well, bad vibes. Do you think cornerback Jalen Ramsey deriding opposing players made for comfortable feelings in Jacksonville? Guard Richie Incognito bullying a teammate in Miami? Jay Cutler calling out his own guys just about everywhere, including on the sideline?Hey, cornerback Josh Norman and Beckham pretty much came to blows in a 2015 game after their trash-talking shenanigans.Sure, lots if not most NFL players like to run their tongues during games. Philip Rivers might not be the greatest Chargers quarterback ever — remember Hall of Famer Dan Fouts? — but he's unquestionably the franchise's great trash-spewing QB. Steve Smith, one of the most combative receivers the NFL has seen, definitely didn't believe in the bromide "if you have nothing good to say, say nothing."And Ray Lewis not only was an all-world tackler and leader for the Ravens, his stream of words directed at opponents was steady — and often comical, if unprintable.But in the particular cases of Brown and Beckham Womens Derwin James Jersey , there can be considerable negative fallout for their clubs. So much so that the tension and mistrust they create can be as damaging as a fourth-quarter pick-6 by an opponent.Brown might be the NFL's most talented offensive player. He might also be the most thin-skinned.Among other items this year, he tweeted that Pittsburgh should "trade me let's find out" when it was suggested his success is due more to Ben Roethlisberger than to Brown's skills. Brown also didn't show up at team headquarters for a day last month, and famously once livestreamed a locker room celebration following a playoff victory over Kansas City.He also used Twitter in September to threaten a reporter who covers the team, forcing the Steelers to issue an apology. Explaining away Brown's behavior, words and social media posts has become nearly a regular chore in Pittsburgh.All of this doesn't mean Brown needs to be sat down by the Steelers, which isn't likely to happen considering they are in the business of winning games and he is their best player. It does mean he should be sat down and told that his proclamations and actions are a distraction for a team that isn't exactly tearing up the NFL, sitting tied with Cleveland and behind Cincinnati and Baltimore in the AFC North.The Beckham blowups have been more inflammatory and, without question, potentially more harmful. When you question your teammates' heart while carefully removing yourself from such a claim, irreparable damage often results."A lot of it has to do with the energy we have that we don't bring every single day," he said last week. "You know me, I'm a passionate, energetic person. I always have to have that. If I don't, it's going to be a problem for me. Playing with some heart, we need to play with some heart."Beckham also blasted the play-calling of first-year coach Pat Shurmur, mainly because, in Beckham's view Joe Barksdale Jersey , he wasn't getting the ball enough, particularly deep. Never mind that the offensive line has been such a sieve that asking Eli Manning to throw balls anywhere downfield has often been problematic.Recognizing how counter-productive his comments were — or being instructed by a livid coach or, perhaps, someone higher up in the Giants' command chain — Beckham went into crisis control last Sunday. He asked to speak to the team in the locker room, and then he ran something of a fly pattern away from his earlier statements.This season is hardly the first time Brown or Beckham have acted up or acted out. It probably won't be the last. But maybe the concept of "team first" will sink in before what they do or say sinks their teams. Los Angeles Chargers coach Anthony Lynn received some slightly good news Monday when it was announced that running back Melvin Gordon is week to week after he sprained the medial collateral ligament in his right knee during a 45-10 win over the Arizona Cardinals .Lynn said that the fourth-year running back is "highly doubtful" for this week's key AFC showdown at Pittsburgh but that he is hopeful of returning before the end of the regular season."We are taking it week by week. You can never count him out since he recovers quickly," Lynn said.Gordon, who rushed for 61 yards and two touchdowns, was injured Sunday when the Chargers ran a reverse during the third quarter and he was leg whipped to the ground by Cardinals defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche. It was a curious play call considering it was the first time Los Angeles had run that and they were comfortably ahead.Lynn did not second-guess the call, noting that they were still trying to be aggressive with a 28-10 lead."That's a play we've had in for a long time, and we've been trying to get it called in a game," he said. "It's a play that if we get around the perimeter, he would still be running. They made a heck of a play and hit us in the backfield."Gordon, who missed the Week 7 game against Tennessee due to hamstring injury, is fourth in the league in average yards from scrimmage per game (125.5) and is sixth in the league in rushing with 802 yards. He has already scored a career-high 13 touchdowns, which includes nine rushing.Austin Ekeler is expected to become the lead back if Gordon misses any time, with Justin Jackson and Detrez Newsome also seeing time.Ekeler is averaging a league-leading 7.5 yards per touch. The second-year back also has four touchdowns. With a rushing score against Arizona, he is the first undrafted player in team history to post a rushing and a receiving TD in each of his first two seasons."Those are big s[censored]s to fill and Melvin and I are different running backs. He's a beast Womens Mike Pouncey Jersey , and I have to step up my game and Justin and Detrez as well got to be ready to go," Ekeler said. "I got to keep carrying the load now."Jackson and Newsome got their first extended snaps during the fourth quarter. Jackson had seven carries for 57 yards and Newsome added 15 yards on four carries. Lynn said as the season hits the late stages sometimes mixing in fresher legs can be a benefit.The Chargers will face a Steelers team that lost 24-17 to Denver. Pittsburgh is ranked sixth in the league in total defense and 10th against the run. However, the Steelers have allowed 398 yards on the ground the past three games, including 124 against Denver.Los Angeles (8-3) will host Cincinnati on Dec. 9 before a key division contest four days later at Kansas City. The Chargers have a firm grip on the first wild card spot, but three of their final five games are against teams that would also currently make the playoffs 鈥?the Steelers, Chiefs and Ravens (Dec. 22).Quarterback Philip Rivers, who tied the NFL mark Sunday for consecutive completions and broke records for the most to start a game and the highest completion percentage in a game, said the offense isn't going to change if Gordon can't go."We're still going to run our offense. We can't all of the sudden say, 'Hey, let's throw it 50 times.' I think those guys, we trust those guys enough," said Rivers, who completed 28 of 29 for 259 yards and three touchdowns. "The guys up front are blocking and running well enough that we still have to continue with the balance and those three will have to pick up that load. We'll have to continue to be efficient in the passing game." nflshopoutlet.com
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