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Seattle Linebacker Leroy Hill #8217;s Season Finished
October 1st, 2010 Devon Heinen Posted in Seattle Seahawks
After having an offseason mired by off-the-field issues, Leroy Hill #8217;s season is over after playing just one game.
According to the Twitter account of ESPN #8217;s Adam Schefter, the outside linebacker was placed on the Injured Reserve list by the Seattle Seahawks Friday.  Hill is dealing with an Achilles/calf injury.
During the offseason, Hill was suspended one game for violating the National Football League #8217;s substance abuse policy.  He also had an alleged altercation with his girlfriend, which could have resulted in further suspension, but hadn #8217;t thus far.
To fill the void in Seattle #8217;s 53-man roster, Schefter #8217;s Tweet indicated Seattle resigning defensive tackle Craig Terrill.
Can’t get enough NFLGridironGab?  Follow SeahawksGab Editor Devon Heinen on Twitter at http://twitter.com/DevonHeinen.
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Sports Gab Network Columnist Russ Loede’s Week 4 NFL Picks
October 1st, 2010 Russ Loede Posted in Picks
Game of the Week: #8220;Terrible Towels #8221; welcome division rival Ravens
Week 3 Results ATS: 9-7
Season Record ATS: 21-24-3
Week 3 Confidence Meter Points: 75 out of 136
Week 3 1-Star Games: 2-0, 3 for 3.  2-Star Games: 2-0, 14 out of 14.  3-Star Games: 1-1, 14/26.  4-Star Games: 2-5, 19/53.  5-Star Games: 2-1, 25/41.
3-star game, 10 on the confidence meter: Denver Broncos @ Tennessee Titans (-6.5) #8211; Honestly, Denver lost to Jacksonville on the road.  Jeff Fisher #8217;s killer combination of speedy scoring machine Chris Johnson and dominating defense continues its ways.  Elusive Johnson will be so successful Sunday, he will post his first 200-yard performance of 2010.  Denver Broncos 13 Tennessee Titans 33
5-star game, 11 on the confidence meter: Game of the Week #8211; Baltimore Ravens @ Pittsburgh Steelers (-1.5) #8211; Heinz Field hosts hated Baltimore; hungry Pittsburgh D feasts on Flacco, in what will be yet another suffocating effort complimentary of the #8220;Steel Curtain #8221; 11-man wrecking crew.  John Harbaugh #8217;s furious troops can #8217;t run, all of sudden can #8217;t stop the run, and Mike Wallace is heating up.  Rashard Mendenhall will conquer Ray Lewis this time around.  Earlier this week, I heard Troy Polamalu #8220;MVP #8221; talk.  #8220;The cooler than the other side of the pillow #8221; Mike Tomlin may not even need Big Ben after all.  Steelers/Colts debate heightens for coveted #1 spot in my weekly power rankings.  #7 awaits return at home Week 6 against Cleveland.  Baltimore Ravens 9 Pittsburgh Steelers 20
2-star game, 14 on the confidence meter: Cincinnati Bengals (-3) @ Cleveland Browns #8211; I don #8217;t care if Carson Palmer lays another egg.  Bengals defense is trying to keep up with Pittsburgh #8217;s pace.  Cedric Benson is starting to pick it up.  Marvin Lewis should get some Coach of the Year consideration.  Chad #8217;s going to have a field day against Cleveland #8217;s secondary.  Cincinnati Bengals 27 Cleveland Browns 7
2-star game, 4 on the confidence meter: Detroit Lions (+14.5) @ Green Bay Packers #8211; Jahvid Best seems like he #8217;s going to suit up.  However, on the same token, Aaron Rodgers will be suited up as well.  Packers are going to get disinterested, Lions cover the spread.  Detroit Lions 21 Green Bay Packers 31
4-star game, 6 on the confidence meter: Carolina Panthers (+13.5) @ New Orleans Saints #8211; Upset Alert.  Something #8217;s not right with the Saints.  Carolina #8217;s run game has been M.I.A.  Pierre Thomas, DeAngelo Williams, and Jonathan Stewart all eclipse century mark on the ground.  #8220;Any Given Sunday #8221;?  Carolina Panthers 24 New Orleans Saints 29
4-star game, 7 on the confidence meter: San Francisco 49ers (+7) @ Atlanta Falcons #8211; Frank Gore/Vernon Davis show up in big way, yet it #8217;s not enough to trump Falcons, as Matt Ryan is triumphant in game-winning 4th quarter comeback drive.  After game, Singletary receives 5-year contract extension, new deal irks Niners faithful, except one faithfully supporting fan.  Patience gets rewarded.  San Francisco 49ers 16 Atlanta Falcons 19
3-star game, 5 on the confidence meter: Seattle Seahawks @ St. Louis Rams (+1) #8211; Scintillating Sam Bradford and a resurgent Rams defense making waves around the league.  No Steven Jackson?  No problem.  Pete Carroll #8217;s group in complete control throughout entire afternoon, except until the end, when they cease command, leaving Steve Spagnuolo #8217;s squad to seize the opportunity in stunning come from behind fashion.  Josh Brown from 58 yards out with triple digits left on the clock give Rams share of 1st place for fist time since the days of Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce.  Seattle Seahawks 15 St. Louis Rams 18
2-star game, 3 on the confidence meter: New York Jets (-5.5) @ Buffalo Bills #8211; So tempted to take Buffalo, the points, and my boy C.J. Spiller.  Jets defense gathers boost upon arrival of Trevor Pryce.  Sharpshooter Mark Sanchez is firing bullets, clicking on all cylinders.  In comes the Minnesota Vikings and #4 next Monday night in the New Meadowlands.  Trap game?  New York Jets 22 Buffalo Bills 11
1-star game, 13 on the confidence meter: Indianapolis Colts (-7) @ Jacksonville Jaguars.  Too easy.   #8221;Black or White #8221; is irrelevant, offense can #8217;t be checked.  We are all cheerful winners when given the remarkable privilege to view the Colts masterful offense at work.  Is Peyton the best QB of all-time?  #8220;Is Abe Lincoln honest? #8221;  Indianapolis Colts 35 Jacksonville Jaguars 3
3-star game, 2 on the confidence meter: Houston Texans @ Oakland Raiders (+3) #8211; A rejuvenated Darren McFadden vs. Arian #8220;I #8217;m here to stay for the long run #8221;  Foster.  The game #8217;s best wide receiver Andre Johnson vs. the game #8217;s best corner back Nnamdi #8220;Master Lock #8221; Asomugha.  Talk about what a physical match-up that will be.  In what is a closely-contested affair, tight battle comes to down to field goal kickers.  #8220;Sea bass #8221; emerges the victor, redeeming himself after last week #8217;s debacle, with an eye-opening game-winning 61-yard shot through the uprights.  Houston Texans 16 Oakland Raiders 17
1-star game, 1 on the confidence meter: Arizona Cardinals @ San Diego Chargers (-8.5) #8211; A plethora of points for Chargers to be handing out the way they #8217;re playing.  Supercharged effort does the trick.  Slew of 3rd down conversions for Rivers-Gates is the difference.  Tandem hooks up on two more connections for six.   Arizona Cardinals 14 San Diego Chargers 24
5-star game, 8 on the confidence meter: Washington Redskins @ Philadelphia Eagles (-6) #8211; Mike Vick and Donovan McNabb both excel in what is an impressive showdown.  Tantalizing 1-2 punch of DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin treat Philly diehards to three long, compelling end zone trips.  Duo makes an appearance on Monday #8217;s front page of Philadelphia Daily News, as it reads: Birds fly high, Super Bowl Contenders?  Donovan and Vick make much-needed visits to trainer #8217;s office shortly following the heavily desired, highly anticipated and sought after duel.  Washington Redskins 26 Philadelphia Eagles 34
4-star game, 9 on the confidence meter: Chicago Bears (+4) @ New York Giants #8211; Defense propels Bears to victory over Giants in slug fest.  Tom Coughlin #8217;s job security speculation reaches new level, and its highest peak.  Conversely, Lovie Smith #8217;s approval at an all-time high.  City of Chicago, sky high in jubilation.  7-0 certainly within reach leading to Bye week.  Only unbeaten team left in November?  Chicago Bears 20 New York Giants 12
5-star game, 12 on the confidence meter: New England Patriots (-1) @ Miami Dolphins -  Tom Brady owns #8216;Phins.  Patriots handled pressure, spotlight as well as anybody.  New England #8217;s red zone efficiency, ability to score touchdowns, is the deciding factor in this divisional rivalry.  New England Patriots 31 Miami Dolphins 23
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NFL Odds Week Four #8211; October 3rd and 4th
October 1st, 2010 Matt Loede Posted in Odds amp; Lines
Date amp; Time
Favorite
Line
Underdog
Total
10/3 1:00 ET
At Tennessee
-6.5
Denver
42.5
10/3 1:00 ET
At Pittsburgh
-1.5
Baltimore
34.5
10/3 1:00 ET
Cincinnati
-3
At Cleveland
37.5
10/3 1:00 ET
At Green Bay
-14.5
Detroit
45.5
10/3 1:00 ET
At New Orleans
-13.5
Carolina
44.5
10/3 1:00 ET
At Atlanta
-7
San Francisco
42.5
10/3 1:00 ET
Seattle
-1
At St. Louis
40
10/3 1:00 ET
NY Jets
-5.5
At Buffalo
36.5
10/3 4:05 ET
Indianapolis
-7
At Jacksonville
46
10/3 4:05 ET
Houston
-3
At Oakland
43
10/3 4:15 ET
At San Diego
-8.5
Arizona
45.5
10/3 4:15 ET
At Philadelphia
-6
Washington
42.5
10/3 8:20 ET
At NY Giants
-4
Chicago
44
Monday Night Football Line
10/4 8:35 ET
New England
-1
At Miami
46.5
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Colts running a very white offense?
October 1st, 2010 Josh Dhani Posted in Indianapolis Colts, Off the Cuff
From Jason Whitlock’s latest column from Foxsports.com:
10. From the we’re-not-supposed-to-mention-this file: It was fascinating watching Peyton Manning and his BYU offense destroy the Denver Broncos.
The unwritten rule in sports writing/journalism is we’re only supposed to mention racial progress when it involves dark-skin minorities. Obviously, I don’t care about rules.
With receiver Pierre Garcon sidelined with an injury, the Colts started and played nine white guys on offense pretty much all day. NFL rosters are nearly 70 percent comprised of African-Americans. What the Colts did was significant.
For a day, the best offense in football was 82 percent white. Austin Collie, Garcon’s replacement, put a clown suit on the Denver secondary with precise route running and nifty moves after the catch. Some practice-squad kid, Blair White, performed a Collie impersonation when Collie was tired.
Peyton Manning is the Larry Bird of this era. I mean that as high, high praise. I’m not accusing Manning or the Colts of any kind of racism. Bill Polian, Jim Caldwell (and Tony Dungy) have surrounded Manning with players who mirror his approach to the game. Race is not the determining factor.
A willingness to prepare and shared values, I believe, are the determining factors.
I’m not going to get back into it today, but I’ve been writing for three years that baby-mama culture (no father in a child’s life) is going to cost African-Americans jobs in professional team sports. This summer, Ron English, the black head coach at Eastern Michigan, came under fire for admitting he’d prefer to recruit players who have fathers in their lives.
If Michael Vick had a stable/traditional upbringing, he might be on pace to be the greatest quarterback in the history of the league.
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Gridiron Gab Week Four Preview: Seattle at St. Louis
October 1st, 2010 Devon Heinen Posted in Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams
Despite sitting atop the NFC West in a two-way tie with Arizona at 2-1, the early stage of the 2010 season for the Seattle Seahawks can be described as a reenactment of the book Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
At home, the Seahawks are 2-0. They’ve outscored opponents by 32 points and have lost the ball only three times while forcing visiting teams into seven turnovers.
In Seattle’s one road game, a loss in Denver, the Seahawks scored just 14 points and were outscored by 17. They didn’t get a turnover, but lost the ball four times.
The impact of the change of scenery hasn’t gone unnoticed.
“We were not the same,” said Seattle’s head coach, Pete Carroll, at his Wednesday press conference from the team’s Renton, Wash. training facilities. “It’s just makin’ sure we carry our style wherever we go. That’s the idea. It doesn’t matter where you play.”
Looking to turn Carroll’s words into practice, the Seahawks take on the St. Louis Rams Sunday in the Edward Jones Dome.
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Gridiron Gab Week Four Preview #8211; Carolina at New Orleans
October 1st, 2010 Sheletha Jones Posted in Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints
With Sunday’s close loss to the Falcons nothing more than a bitter memory, the Saints begin to regroup as they prepare for a second division rival in as many weeks, the Carolina Panthers. As with the Falcons, New Orleans knows that Carolina is a very tough opponent and always has been. A lot better than their 0-3 record indicates, the Panthers are loaded with weapons that are just waiting for a chance to unleash. The Saints will be battle-tested once again as they try to improve to 3-1 on the season.
In an interview with Playmaker Mobile, Saints MLB Jonathan Vilma said of the Panthers when asked what he expects from them on Sunday,
“I expect another dog fight. They have two very good running backs in DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart. They’re going to try to run the ball a lot, not put their rookie quarterback in tough situations. It’s going to be another close game, just like all division games. They’re always close. They’re always tough. It’s going to come down to who makes the play here or there, who makes the most plays at the end of the game.”
I expect this to be another slugfest, to say the least. If the Saints are going to win this one, they are going to have to do three things.
1. Step it up on offense. The Saints are just too talented at wide receiver to be posting such average numbers.  With the exception of Lance Moore who was simply brilliant last week, the receiving corps simply isn’t playing up to its potential.  Those guys aren’t getting open the way they should and they’re dropping far too many passes.  I don’t care what anybody says, those flashes of explosiveness in the first three games were no fluke.  Drew Brees knows how to move an offense.  He needs to take more shots down the field, but be smart about it.  So far, they’ve come up against some thin secondaries, but they’ve failed to take advantage of it.  By not playing up to its capabilities, our offense is quickly losing its credibility as one of the tops in the league.  And that’s sad because the talent is there; they’re just not playing up to their potential.  Start back to getting into the endzone consistently and missed field-goals won’t even be an issue.
I’d also like to see them utilize the screen more to extend the run like they used to.  It has proven to be a bread-and-butter play in the past when the run game was limited.  In my opinion, Pierre Thomas is one of the best players in the league at executing the screen because he’s excellent at busting tackles and picking up extra yards.  So what if he ends up with more receiving yards than rushing yards; the objective is to move the ball down the field.
2.  Mix it up, but keep it simple.   Somehow, the Saints offense is in danger of becoming predictable.  For instance, it seems as though there’s only one play in the playbook for 3rd and 1.  Try something different sometimes and just maybe the outcome will be different.  I’ve heard all of the arguments about how the team won’t win the same way it did last year, but at times the simplest approach works best.  I think Payton and company have become so worried about such jibber-jabber that they’ve abandoned their own proven strategies.  New Orleans didn’t get to and win the Superbowl by being conventional; everything about the 2009 Saints went against the grain of what all other teams thought they knew about them.  Teams don’t just abandon what has worked for them in the past, no matter what critics might say; they just tweak it to make it fresh.  It’s time for the Saints to get back to playing New Orleans Saints football, but with a twist here and there to make it unpredictable.
3.  The defense has to rediscover its aggressive nature.  It’s commendable that Gregg Williams is dropping his defense back into coverage this season to try to limit the big plays and setting it to try to stop the run.  But for the last two games, it hasn’t worked very well.  With virtually no pressure being put on opposing QBs, it’s the little play and the run that have hurt the most.  Williams is a master of dialing up trickery on defense.  He needs to get back to his gameplan and mix some things up as well.  While it’s impossible to stop Carolina’s triple threat (Smith, Williams, and Stewart), the Saints need to at least contain them if they hope to even keep the game respectable.
For week 4, failure is not an option for the Saints.  I for one won’t buy into the hype of hangover from Sunday’s loss and all of that stuff.   But I will say that the sluggishness that they’ve been exhibiting for the previous three games won’t help them.  Offensively, they need a spark–they’re in danger of losing their fire.  Defensively, they need to be more enigmatic–to keep the opposing offense guessing.  And the coaches need to tune out all the chatter about how they won’t and can’t win and get back to what has been proven to show that they can.  It’s going to be tough, but would it be football if it wasn’t?
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Gridiron Gab Week Four Preview: Baltimore at Pittsburgh
September 30th, 2010 Gene Winner Posted in Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers
Baltimore (2-1) at Pittsburgh (3-0)
Stadium: Heinz Field
Surface: Grass
Defensive battle
The Ravens head to Pittsburg for Sunday’s match-up and it’s a rivalry game. It’s always a physical game and a defensive battle when these two teams meet.  The Ravens are coming off a home win and the Steelers are playing superb on the defensive side of the ball bringing their record to 3-0.
The Steelers:
Though quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has missed time due to a suspension, the team hasn’t lost a step.  Veteran Charlie Batch is taking control of the offense following injuries to both back-up quarterbacks.  Against Tampa Bay, Batch was able to stretch the field and connected to receiver Mike Wallace for 2 TD’s.   Running back Rashard Mendenhall has been the work horse with good results this year.  Mendenhall ran for 143 yards against Tampa and his season average is 5.2 yards a carry.  Receiver Mike Wallace is the deep threat and had two long TD receptions against Tampa. Both WR Hines Ward (10 receptions) and TE Heath Miller continue to be productive receivers.
The defense has set the tome for this team. After missing time last year with a knee injury SS Troy Polamalu is playing at full form with 2 interceptions and has the secondary playing well. The Steelers defensive includes their notable playmakers in OLB James Harrison (3 sacks), OLB LaMarr Woodley, ILB Lawrence Timmons, DE Aaron Smith, and DE Brett Keisel.  Keisel had a 79 interception return against Tampa Bay. The unit has racked up 10 sacks and 5 interceptions through three games.
KEYS
Ravens Offensive Line: The Steelers know how to bring pressure and they have done a fairly good job at making Flacco uncomfortable in the pocket in previous match-ups.   The Ravens should have a game plan to slow down the Steelers’ NT Casey Hampton and OLB James Harrison.
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Gridiron Gab Week Four Preview: Arizona at San Diego
September 30th, 2010 Will Brodsky Posted in Arizona Cardinals, San Diego Chargers
Regular Season Records:
Cardinals: 2-1 (1st in NFC West, tied), Last week: W vs. OAK, 24-23
Chargers: 1-2 (2nd in AFC West, 3-way tie), Last week: L @ SEA, 20-27
Gametime: Sun., Oct. 3, 4:15 p.m., ET, Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA
Note: This game preview comes to you a day early because I will be on the road from tomorrow through the end of the weekend.  As a result, I will not be able to provide additional coverage.  In my stead, you may want to check out ESPN’s Cardinals’ Clubhouse or the Cardinals’ Official Website.
Charging Ahead to San Diego:
The Cardinals once again squeaked out a victory in dramatic fashion, this time owing the win to Sebastian Janikowski’s missed 32-yard would-be game winning field goal.  The Cardinals’ offense clunked to life when it was needed most, just barely getting enough points to hold off the Raiders.  The Cards’ defense rebounded from a very shaky first half by playing with great intensity in the second half, especially in the redzone.  In fact, the Cardinals allowed only 3 points in the second half.
That defense, however, will be thoroughly tested (perhaps overwhelmed) by the Chargers’ offense this week in San Diego.  Throw the Bolts’ 1-2 record out the window because they’re a very good team that is famous for its slow starts.  On any given week, it could be the game that the Chargers get the current flowing and rattle off eight, nine or ten straight wins.
Phillip Rivers, who leads the 2nd ranked passing attack in NFL (345 yards/game), has the talent and ability to take over any game.  Despite two losses in three games, Rivers has already thrown for 7 touchdowns and 1,087 yards, all without the benefit of star wide receiver Vincent Jackson.  Without Jackson, Rivers has relied on Malcom Floyd, Legedu Naanee, and Buster Davis to get the job done.  In addition, Rivers will of course have his favorite target, tight end Antonio Gates, healthy and at his disposal.  If given the chance, Rivers will turn the Arizona defensive secondary into shredded wheat.
Rookie running back Ryan Matthews missed last week’s game with an ankle sprain, but Mike Tolbert has been filling in admirably.  Tolbert has 181 yards on 35 carries for a 5.2 average to go along with his 2 rushing touchdowns.  The combination of Matthews and Tolbert so far has given the Chargers the 12th ranked rushing attack (116.3 yards/game), which gives this offense great balance.
The sometimes suspect Chargers’ defense has been stout as well.  The rushing defense ranks 6th in the NFL (181.3 yards allowed/game) and the passing defense ranks 9th (91.3 yards allowed/game).  In addition, the defense has logged 6 sacks, 5 INTs, 3 forced fumbles, and two fumble recoveries in just three games.  They are aggressive and will surely come after the struggling Derek Anderson with everything they have.
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Titans QB Young stays quiet on the topic of missing meetings
September 30th, 2010 Matt Loede Posted in Tennessee Titans
Quarterback Vince Young isn #8217;t saying if he missed meetings before his first career start against the Steelers, and he also refuses to say if he thinks that #8217;s why coach Jeff Fisher benched him late in that loss. #8220;I don #8217;t even read all the stuff that #8217;s going on, so I couldn #8217;t even answer those types of questions, because I don #8217;t even know what #8217;s going on, #8221; Young said Wednesday after practice.
#8220;I don #8217;t really know where all this is coming from, so I don #8217;t really want to answer that. I just want to continue to keep preparing myself. It seems like every time comes up, it #8217;s an issue with Vince. I don #8217;t understand that. Like I said, I #8217;m just out here working hard and preparing myself to play right now. #8221;
The Tennessean and TitanInsider.com cited anonymous sources Monday that Young returned late when he was excused to take two of the late Steve McNair #8217;s sons to a school breakfast and missed another meeting that week. When asked if missing the meetings led to being benched after three turnovers, Young said he didn #8217;t agree with that. He said questions should be directed to coach Jeff Fisher. Fisher told reporters in Denver on a conference call Wednesday that what happened that week against Pittsburgh is behind the Titans now. Tennessee plays the Broncos this week.
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Browns QB Delhomme finally back on the practice field
September 30th, 2010 Matt Loede Posted in Cleveland Browns, Injuries
Quarterback Jake Delhomme has been cleared to practice after missing the past two games with a badly sprained right ankle. Delhomme will practice on Thursday, and coach Eric Mangini said as long as their are no setbacks the 35-year-old will start on Sunday against the Bengals.
“I’ve been preparing for the last three weeks the same way as I always do when I play. That hasn’t changed, #8221; Delhomme said. #8220;We’ll see, we’ll leave it up to the coaches, but I’m preparing like I have the last couple of weeks though. I haven’t missed any meeting time or things like that.”
Delhomme has been inactive the past two weeks after injuring his ankle in Cleveland #8217;s season opener. It was his debut with the Browns. Backup Seneca Wallace started for Delhomme in losses to Kansas City and Baltimore. Delhomme worked out in the club #8217;s indoor facility on Wednesday with trainers.
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