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The Daily Twitter: 17 November 2019by Bill-in-Bangkok on November 17, 2019 at 5:00 am
Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports News, links to articles, updates and more from DC area writers and national sports journalists The Daily Twitter will be posted at the beginning of every day (at midnight in Washington, DC). The goal is to give readers a handy spot to check the Redskins beat writers & bloggers, and national sports journalists to keep up on the latest news about the Redskins, the NFL, and sports in general, along with a smattering of other things. NFL News twitter feed: Tweets from https://twitter.com/ScottJenningsHH/lists/nfl-rumors-and-reporters Redskins twitter feed: Tweets from https://twitter.com/ScottJenningsHH/lists/beat-writers The Redskins are promoting Cam Sims off the PS, per source. Callahan had mentioned Thursday wanting to see more of him. Now he'll get his chance.— John Keim (@john_keim) November 16, 2019 — Cam Sims (@Silkysims17) November 16, 2019 My understanding is that Vallejo was their highest-rated ST performer. Was good in that role. Redskins needed WR help with Paul Richardson out. Enter Sims.— John Keim (@john_keim) November 16, 2019 WaPo with more information on the Nicholson case late last night. The woman was someone he had been dating for 6 months. Her father spoke for the first time. https://t.co/PxUQZpVcy7— Craig Hoffman (@CraigHoffman) November 16, 2019 ICYMI: Redskins rule out Paul Richardson, Chris Thompson, Vernon Davis and Tim Settle for Sunday. Montae Nicholson questionable. pic.twitter.com/QpSow8Oo6Q— Ben Standig (@BenStandig) November 16, 2019 Chris Cooley and Larry Michael breakdown a tackle from safety Landon Collins against the Buffalo Bills. #MicrosoftSurface pic.twitter.com/0P8VCOTpZ9— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) November 16, 2019 Is tomorrow the dawning of a new era at FedExField? Any chance that the combination of Dwayne Haskins, Derrius Guice & Terry McLaurin together could turn out to be a version of the famed "triplets" of the #Cowboys (Aikman, Emmitt, Irvin)? ORNo chance because they're #Redskins?— Chris Russell (@Russellmania621) November 16, 2019 Pressure on the edge ? I know a guy lol https://t.co/WLMEopQ4Np pic.twitter.com/xxPlAYiZGa— BETA REY BILL (@JovaisG) November 16, 2019 out like @Jumpman23 https://t.co/Uwk0KfVZAj— Dwayne Haskins, Jr (@dh_simba7) November 16, 2019 NFL Week 11: #Jets vs #RedskinsWho earns the W in Washington??https://t.co/vAESZiEo0w pic.twitter.com/xYRVaBMeYI— PFF (@PFF) November 17, 2019 Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa carted off. Not great.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 16, 2019 Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa was carted off the field today in what colleague @MollyAMcGrath described as a hip issue that had him “screaming in pain.”— Field Yates (@FieldYates) November 16, 2019 Hearing Tua Tagovailoa’s hip injury is serious. Hip fracture. Similar to Bo Jackson’s career-ending injury. Surgery tonight or tomorrow morning. Praying for Tua and his family. — Jim Nagy (@JimNagy_SB) November 16, 2019 Tua Tagovailoa’s season is over. This sucks. From Bama pic.twitter.com/y1Xx3H8Vtq— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 17, 2019 Tua Tagovailoa injury similar to Bo Jackson injury. Hip subluxation/dislocation puts femoral head at risk of loosing blood supply and dying. Need to get hip back in place gently ASAP and remove pressure from joint.— Dr. Mark Adickes (@jocktodoc) November 16, 2019 Here's what happened to Tua, got injured, carted off.pic.twitter.com/wH2LpQ0crB— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) November 16, 2019 As Tua is carted off the field remember he has no pension, retirement, etc.— Rex Chapman (@RexChapman) November 16, 2019 Dolphins fans, on a scale of one to "oh shit" how concerned are you about Tua's apparent injury prone-ness. Would this make you consider someone else with a top two pick, assuming you get one?— Brett Kollmann (@BrettKollmann) November 16, 2019 PFF College Football: 25 QB observations ahead of Week 12 ⬇ https://t.co/WjWlk8U9E6 pic.twitter.com/raA2YZSsBs— PFF (@PFF) November 16, 2019 Does Joe Burrow have the arm talent to make field side throws outside the number?Don’t get mad at the messenger. I’m just giving you a heads-up on what the primary discussion point will be abt Burrow once we hit draft season. It’s a question NFL teams are currently asking— Lance Zierlein (@LanceZierlein) November 17, 2019 Thought it was pretty amazing that Hurts took that hit, and maintained the presence of mind to recover his own fumble. That right there is mental AND physical toughness. https://t.co/zJybOZD0OQ— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 17, 2019 Who is on the rise??Here's the 2020 NFL Draft scouting notes from CFB Week 11 https://t.co/xF6fSfmKE8— PFF (@PFF) November 16, 2019 And now Alabama DL Raekwon Davis is being helped off the field with what looked like a bad ankle injury. He’s another potential first-rounder.Catastrophic afternoon in Starkville.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 16, 2019 Reading more and more articles on CBA talks. Sounds like the 17 game thing is going to be a main thing the league insists on. Not much though on what the players are getting yet in return— Jason_OTC (@Jason_OTC) November 16, 2019 IMO the most important thing for players is to get the 4 and 5 year rookie deals moved way down to get players into veteran contracts earlier— Jason_OTC (@Jason_OTC) November 16, 2019 It did screw over about 10 players a year (5 who deserved the added money for rookie performance) but it bumped a lot of vets out and changed the complexion of many teams— Jason_OTC (@Jason_OTC) November 16, 2019 NFL teams are one for 29 in recovering onside kicks this season, and the league and rule-makers intend to revisit the Broncos' failed fourth-and-15 proposal this offseason.... https://t.co/pYQ1qeSmPi— MarkMaske (@MarkMaske) November 16, 2019 We have signed TE Maxx Williams to a two-year contract extension. Details ➡️ https://t.co/3tzJ2rv0HL pic.twitter.com/3XpV1CooXi— Arizona Cardinals ⋈ (@AZCardinals) November 16, 2019 Doing some research and stumbled across some interesting numbers...Lamar Jackson has been MVP-good this season. His season is statistically comparable to the one that...Tyrod Taylor had in 2015-16 for Buffalo. Could bode well for Taylor’s future in LA or somewhere else. pic.twitter.com/VIoiqvu4Vo— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 16, 2019 If you absolutely don't want to lose yards, passing is better than rushing, because about 12% of rushing plays lose yards and 10% of passing plays lose yards.But otherwise, running is safer than passing: 79% of rushing plays gain yards, compared to about 57% of passing plays.— Football Perspective (@fbgchase) November 16, 2019 How much is passing efficiency driven by big plays? If you removed the top 11% of pass plays and the top 11% of rushing plays, then passing and running are equally efficient! https://t.co/AD81M3tJ28— Football Perspective (@fbgchase) November 16, 2019 2000 had Culpepper, Gannon, McNair, Blake, Fiedler, Rob Johnson, Kordell, King, McNabb, McNown, and Akili Smith.1972 had Landry, Phipps, Bradshaw, Manning, Douglass, Pastorini, and Plunkett.— Football Perspective (@fbgchase) November 16, 2019 NFL declined to allow media and cameras into Colin Kaepernick’s workout as he had requested for transparency, per source. Workout now will be moved to alternative location in Atlanta this afternoon that will be open to the media and all NFL representative as allowed under rules.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 16, 2019 Kap moves the location to a place a hour away so HuE got back on a plane and left I guess lol— Nathan (@TheNathanKropp) November 16, 2019 Hue Jackson's workout script was to bench Kaepernick in favor of Cody Kessler, then blame it on Todd Haley.— Mike Tanier (@MikeTanier) November 16, 2019 He doesn't want to play. pic.twitter.com/ZuSI1IVW9r— Stephen A Smith (@stephenasmith) November 17, 2019 Spoke with teams that had people at Kap workout. What I got back ... • 60 scripted throws.• No running/agility work.• Arm strength is there.• In good shape.• Had some accuracy issues.• Same tight, mechanical delivery.Basically showed he's the same guy he was.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 17, 2019 NFL says it is "disappointed" Colin Kaepernick "did not appear" https://t.co/mUpZr6hdHm— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 16, 2019 The NFL responds on the change to the Colin Kaepernick workout. pic.twitter.com/xfUxAGKfN8— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) November 16, 2019 As reported, the #Redskins were one of the teams that did attend Kaepernick’s workout after the move. The scout that attended was Asst. Director of Pro Personnel Richard Mann.— Craig Hoffman (@CraigHoffman) November 17, 2019 Kaepernick thanks scouts from Washington, New York Jets and Kansas City and says: “When you go back, tell your owners to stop being scared.” pic.twitter.com/UMLSrIcn09— Jourdan Rodrigue (@JourdanRodrigue) November 16, 2019 Kap’s full statement https://t.co/Cy02miwlXr— Mike Jones (@ByMikeJones) November 16, 2019 The “We’re” ready to go has to concern teams. Who is coming with him? https://t.co/2ZTJFzaA3y— Michael Lombardi (@mlombardiNFL) November 16, 2019 Imma be real. Old school Kap looks like he been working out at 4am, 5 days a week for 3 years straight. Not the one we saw in Atlanta. pic.twitter.com/TJ7mZxC8dW— Will Blackmon (@WillBlackmon) November 17, 2019 For a breakdown of the loss of yardage that comes along with every penalty, visit: https://t.co/hW3Jbm08xi. pic.twitter.com/CvOBhFL6xi— NFL Officiating (@NFLOfficiating) November 16, 2019 What UGA is doing to Auburn right now is equally as impressive as what LSU did to Alabama last week. BIG BOY football on the road. My goodness, Dawgs vs Tigers in Atlanta is shaping up to be epic.— Peter Burns (@PeterBurnsESPN) November 16, 2019 JMU secured a fourth-straight victory over Richmond Saturday to grab its third outright CAA title in four years. The Dukes have qualified for the FCS playoffs six straight years. "We'll celebrate this but we're looking for another championship, too." https://t.co/mNkkPd9yuY— Wayne Epps Jr. (@wayneeppsjr) November 17, 2019 Capitals lost to an Eastern conference team tonight. Last time that happened? Jay Gruden was still head coach of the Skins, the Washington Mystics had never won a WNBA title & the city of DC was looking for its first MLB World Series title since 1924 @bmcnally14 @TomSportsWUSA9— T M (@reshmanuel) November 16, 2019 The Iowa Wave to the kids at the Children's Hospital that overlooks Kinnick Stadium will never get old ❤️(via @CFBONFOX)pic.twitter.com/5amU2JzcIj— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) November 16, 2019 Twitter needs this pic.twitter.com/sQUVsP9OTW— Buitengebieden (@buitengebieden_) November 16, 2019
Redskins Roster Moves: LB Tanner Vallejo released, WR Cam Sims back on the 53-man rosterby Scott Jennings on November 16, 2019 at 4:45 pm
Photo by Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post via Getty Images Cam's back again! Cam Sims is back! The Redskins will reportedly release LB Tanner Vallejo to make room on the 53-man roster. Washington is thin at wide receiver with Paul Richardson Jr. ruled out for tomorrow’s game against the New York Jets. They had 4 healthy WRs(Terry McLaurin, Trey Quinn, Kelvin Harmon, and Steven Sims Jr.) before this move. The Redskins are also thin at TE with Vernon Davis out, so adding a 5th WR today was necessary. Tanner Vallejo was a big factor on the Redskins special teams, the highest-rated player per John Keim. This could also mean safety Deshazor Everett is ready to return to the field and his role as special teams captain. The Redskins are promoting Cam Sims off the PS, per source. Callahan had mentioned Thursday wanting to see more of him. Now he'll get his chance.— John Keim (@john_keim) November 16, 2019 My understanding is that Vallejo was their highest-rated ST performer. Was good in that role. Redskins needed WR help with Paul Richardson out. Enter Sims.— John Keim (@john_keim) November 16, 2019
Redskins vs Jets Week 11: Five Questions with Gang Green Nationby Eboracum on November 16, 2019 at 3:30 pm
Photo by Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times We asked MacGregor Wells of Gang Green Nation 5 questions about the current state of the New York Jets It’s Week 11 of the regular season, and the 1-8 Washington Redskins will be facing off against the 2-7 New York Jets this Sunday in a battle for the ages. The Jets are a bit of a mess right now, but their strengths and weaknesses line up pretty well with those of the Redskins. The Jets defense has proven poor at stopping the pass, but very effective at stopping the run and dialing up creative (and aggressive) blitzes on QBs. The Jets offense has proven poor at running the ball, but has thrived in the short passing game the Skins have struggled to cover. I asked MacGregor Wells of Gang Green Nation five questions to better understand the state of the Jets and what to look for in this game. 1. If you were head coach of the Redskins, how would you gameplan for this matchup and what would you do to exploit weaknesses on the Jets? Beating the Jets has not been difficult in 2019. On offense you need to target the Jets’ outside cornerbacks, who are abysmal, and the Jets inside linebackers, who are literally 3rd and 4th stringers. I’m not sure how much rookie Dwayne Haskins is ready to carry the team yet, but against the Jets, running the ball is difficult, so a game plan that tries to take the pressure off the rookie quarterback by pounding the rock all game isn’t likely to produce great results. Target the inside linebackers with running backs and tight ends in the passing game, and keep the passing game to safer passes to avoid turnovers. Chris Thompson and Jeremy Sprinkle need to play big roles in the game plan this week, and of course the Jets don’t really have anyone to match up against Terry McLaurin. Unfortunately for the Redskins, this plan requires the rookie quarterback to play a big role and make smart decisions with the football, which can be a challenge for rookies. On defense the Redskins need to put pressure on Sam Darnold and force turnovers. The Jets have the worst offensive line in the NFL, so that should not be a difficult task. The Jets are helpless against blitzes and stunts; do a lot of those things and watch the sacks and turnovers pile up. Shutting down the running game has proven to be remarkably easy for Jets opponents. The Jets offensive line opens no holes for the running backs, who get hit behind the line of scrimmage on almost every play, so I wouldn’t worry too much about that. Just bring the heat against Darnold, don’t allow Robby Anderson to slip behind your defense for big plays, and the Jets offense should fold. 2. At one time, Sam Darnold was considered by many to be the best college QB prospect of his draft class. What happened to him, and do you think he is the franchise QB going forward? Darnold may still turn out to be the best quarterback of the 2018 draft, although it’s looking like Lamar Jackson will be tough to beat on that score. Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images Sam Darnold remains a work in progress. The Jets have done him no favors, with a horrendous offensive line which allows relentless heavy pressure week after week. He also has a very poor group of offensive weapons, with only Le’Veon Bell being a plus player on the offensive side of the ball. The Jets can’t run the ball behind an awful offensive line. That forces the Jets to try to win with the passing game, behind an awful offensive line. That has Darnold running for his life and getting pounded most weeks. When he is given time Darnold looks like an NFL quarterback for the most part. When he is pressured, like many young quarterbacks, Darnold is not yet ready to beat the pressure and consistently make winning plays. His mechanics fall apart, his decision making is often disastrous under pressure, he doesn’t do a good job making the hot read when blitzed, and he takes too long to get through his progressions. Experience and good coaching might fix those problems, but not if the Jets don’t support him with a decent offensive line and better weapons. 3. So... about Adam Gase. I realize he isn’t super popular among Jets fans right now, but how much of the season record is due to him and how much is the result of poor roster talent/tough schedule/Darnold being sick/other excuses? What do you think the season record would be with Doug Pederson as head coach? I’m not sure it’s about the team’s record with Adam Gase. The Jets opened the season with a brutal first 6 games that everyone knew going into the season would be problematic. Nobody expected a Jets team with a poor roster, despite a few high end talents, would go out and dominate. On top of that, the Jets have had more injuries this year than usual, and Sam Darnold was out for three weeks with mono. The Jets have been missing a ton of starters most of the year, and the depth on this team is terrible. Bad roster, bad luck with injuries, tough schedule, they all have factored into the Jets terrible record. Photo by Emilee Chinn/Getty Images That, however, does not exclude the possibility that Adam Gase has done a terrible job as head coach. Gase was brought in as a “quarterback whisperer”, and his young quarterback is not progressing. In fact, if anything Darnold looks worse under Gase. Gase was brought in as an “offensive guru”, and he has put together the worst offense in the NFL. Yes, injuries and lack of talent have played a role, but under Gase, literally every single player on offense with a prior track record in the NFL is having their worst season in the NFL. A below average offensive line has morphed into one of the worst offensive lines in NFL history. Free runners, pass rushers completely unblocked and unaccounted for, are a staple of opposing defenses against the Jets offensive line, which seems unable to cope with stunts and blitzes, bewildered as to who should be blocking whom. A Hall of Fame talent at running back in Le’Veon Bell has been reduced to one of the least productive starting running backs in the NFL. A good deep threat in Robby Anderson has been all but invisible with the exception of one long 90+ yard TD catch. The young quarterback is regressing, looking worse than he did as a rookie. There is literally no aspect of this Jets offense that hasn’t gotten worse under Gase, and the blame for that must fall squarely on a head coach who has lead some of the worst offenses in the NFL every single year of his career as an NFL head coach. I don’t really know how to answer the question about what the record would be with Doug Pederson. With the Jets’ poor roster construction and many injuries it would be a challenge for any coach to have this team winning. But I am confident most decent head coaches would have this team much more competitive, particularly on offense, than the garbage that the Jets have trotted out there most weeks this season under Gase. 4. A surprising (to me) number of Redskins fans still carry a torch for Gregg Williams as a head coach candidate given his history with the Skins. What have you seen out of Gregg Williams so far as defensive coordinator and do you think he would make a good head coach? Gregg Williams has done a pretty good job in his first season as defensive coordinator of the Jets. The run defense has been outstanding. The pass defense has struggled a bit, but not as much as I expected coming into the season. The Jets have no pass rushers at all, and the Jets have no outside cornerbacks on the roster who should be starting in the NFL. In addition the Jets have had their top 5 inside linebackers all go down with injuries, forcing then to start an outside linebacker out of position inside, and a practice squad guy at the other inside linebacker position. Given this hot mess of a roster, Williams has done a pretty good job keeping the defense competitive most weeks. Would Williams make a good head coach? I don’t know, I would be wary. He did a good job as an interim head coach in Cleveland last year, and he’s had a long career as an above average defensive coordinator. But Williams has made a habit of wearing out his welcome around the league, never staying in one place for very long. He is hyper intense, a trait that produces good results over the short run but can result in players tuning you out over the long run. I suspect a Williams tenure at head coach might start out well, but end poorly and prematurely. Just a hunch. 5. Due to a surprising bank error in your favor, you have been named new owner of the Jets! What would you do to turn the franchise around? I think the first thing that needs to be done is structural. Right now the head coach and the general manager both report directly to the owner. That structure needs to end. My first move would be to fire Adam Gase. Then I would give Joe Douglas control of the team. Douglas would hire the next head coach, and Douglas would have the authority to fire the head coach. I would also make it clear to Douglas it is time to tear it all down. He would be given assurances that we are working on a long term plan here that will entail short term pain. Priority should be given to getting younger, building up draft capital, and trading away any player with value who does not fit into the team’s long term plans. I would hire a salary cap guy who understands how to effectively structure contracts and rosters under the cap, something that is handled surprisingly poorly by many NFL franchises. I would completely overhaul the Jets’ analytics department, which is currently substandard. The Jets are located right next door to several top universities with outstanding capabilities in mathematics, statistics, computer science and data analytics. It is imperative that the Jets make use of this competitive advantage. Work closely with Rutgers, Princeton, Stevens Tech, NJIT. Endow sports analytics scholarships in these schools and create a pipeline of great analytics geeks who end up working for the Jets and bringing the team into the 21st century. In the end the success of any NFL team depends on successful drafting, sound cap management, top coaching, and constant innovation. The drafting will be left to Douglas and his scouting department unless and until he proves to be incompetent. The coaching hires will also be left to Douglas, so that the coach and the GM are on the same page. The cap management will be supplied by my cap guy, and the innovation will be supplied by my analytics nerds. Thanks again to MacGregor Wells for taking time out of his day to answer our questions about the Jets.
The Daily Twitter: 16 November 2019by Bill-in-Bangkok on November 16, 2019 at 5:00 am
Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports News, links to articles, updates and more from DC area writers and national sports journalists The Daily Twitter will be posted at the beginning of every day (at midnight in Washington, DC). The goal is to give readers a handy spot to check the Redskins beat writers & bloggers, and national sports journalists to keep up on the latest news about the Redskins, the NFL, and sports in general, along with a smattering of other things. NFL News twitter feed: Tweets from https://twitter.com/ScottJenningsHH/lists/nfl-rumors-and-reporters Redskins twitter feed: Tweets from https://twitter.com/ScottJenningsHH/lists/beat-writers Mark Dycio, The attorney for Montae Nicholson, said the Redskins safety did stay at the hospital with the 21-year old woman who died of an overdose Thursday morning. Dycio said Nicholson stayed until her family arrived. He said Nicholson had found her... https://t.co/X3kSlX0W57— John Keim (@john_keim) November 15, 2019 Was told he’s 6 minutes from the hospital so drove instead. https://t.co/aA5nCUO0yu— John Keim (@john_keim) November 15, 2019 Korean War Veteran Frank Richter and World War II Veteran Dr. Jack Goldstein were special guests at practice today. #SaluteToService pic.twitter.com/CG3AVP2W9r— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) November 15, 2019 Proud to represent the @usnavy this year on my helmet for our #SaluteToService game. It’s an honor to work with @USAA to thank our military for the work they do that allows me to play this great game! pic.twitter.com/ogTY2jgXIX— Ryan Kerrigan (@RyanKerrigan91) November 15, 2019 The Redskins hosted a World War II veteran (Dr. Jack Goldstein, left) and a Korean War veteran (Frank Richter) Friday. Richter was in the stands at the Redskins home game vs. Philadelphia on Dec. 7, 1941 when Pearl Harbor was... https://t.co/t91ck9ANkc pic.twitter.com/eP4NPvNUPs— John Keim (@john_keim) November 15, 2019 Alex Smith talking Dwayne Haskins pic.twitter.com/GgQ8rfqoUz— Marialmdrunk (@matthew04926497) November 15, 2019 https://t.co/o3jtjgCkLV— Culture is DAMN Good (@Bucket_HTTR) November 15, 2019 Callahan said Paul Richardson hurt his hamstring in Buffalo. The team is still waiting to find out if Richardson can play vs. the Jets, but he hasn’t practiced all week— Matthew Paras (@Matthew_Paras) November 15, 2019 The Redskins ruled out four players for Sunday's game vs. the New York Jets: receiver Paul Richardson (hamstring), defensive lineman Tim Settle (hamstring) tight end Vernon Davis (concussion) and running back Chris Thompson (toe). Listed as... https://t.co/WVoYlzbYWu— John Keim (@john_keim) November 15, 2019 This would be the result if you made a bot watch years of NFL press conferences then asked it a question. pic.twitter.com/3K5EjMQejX— michael phillips (@michaelpRTD) November 15, 2019 #HTTR pic.twitter.com/4wz1HeCcAT— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) November 15, 2019 There will be chances in the pass game. Just a matter of whether or not they take advantage. Callahan loves the run game but matchups should lead him to want to throw more. Quick game! It’s there. https://t.co/qkKB5IamYu— John Keim (@john_keim) November 15, 2019 On this morning's @RedskinsTalkPod stream, @JPFinlayNBCS told @PeteHaileyNBCS to take a lap around Redskins Park. He took the phrase just *a little* too literal.WATCH: https://t.co/YolHjnG9Ar pic.twitter.com/SqbyLZAuqA— NBC Sports Redskins (@NBCSRedskins) November 15, 2019 The #Redskins and Jets "are the Spider-Man meme," @CraigHoffman tells @JunksRadio. "They are the two Spider-Mans pointing at each other." #NYJvsWAS https://t.co/I8AF8vYHmz— 106.7 The Fan (@1067theFan) November 15, 2019 Post your best touch down celebration and you could enter for a chance to get a signed football. #HTTRSafewaySweepstakes #Sponsored pic.twitter.com/V3BBffXJFg— Dwayne Haskins, Jr (@dh_simba7) November 15, 2019 As game-ending mayhem goes, nothing will ever top the #Raiders' Matt Millen punching #Patriots GM Pat Sullivan, son of owner Billy Sullivan, during the 1985 playoffs. But the Garrett-induced donnybrook tonight has gotta rank pretty high up there. #Browns #Steelers pic.twitter.com/JFw0KYa6cc— Dan Daly (@dandalyonsports) November 15, 2019 Random man just walked right past me, didn’t say hello, didn’t break stride, and simply said, “they should throw him out of the league” while walking off.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 15, 2019 In all from the NFL:— #Browns DE Myles Garrett suspended without pay indefinitely, at least the rest of the season.— #Steelers OL Maurkice Pouncey suspended 3 games and fined— #Browns DL Larry Ogunjobi suspended one game and fined.— Other players involved may be fined.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 15, 2019 Garrett brought a bazooka to a knife fight. That’s worthy of a massive suspension, but it certainly looks like he wasn’t the one who started a knife fight. Did they really investigate everything and feel good about it in a single morning? Weird process.— Craig Hoffman (@CraigHoffman) November 15, 2019 Look at Rudolph trying to play victim “I’m not gonna back down from any bully” NO! you wrote a check your ass couldn’t cash and now you wanna cry https://t.co/xSQtAMGBVa— Charles James II (@CJDeuce_) November 15, 2019 "[Mason Rudolph was the one who started the fight."@maxkellerman thinks the reaction to Myles Garrett has been "hysterical." pic.twitter.com/dx5u0rQJ20— First Take (@FirstTake) November 15, 2019 Wildest thing I ever saw. Was 10 yards from it. Myles Garrett completely lost it, connected the helmet square on Mason Rudolph’s head. And the Browns were celebrating the whole thing from the sideline.— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) November 15, 2019 Can’t hit folks w/ helmets — Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) November 15, 2019 Hands down the funniest thing from last night. Hands TF down pic.twitter.com/iA48XbicQR— Will Blackmon (@WillBlackmon) November 15, 2019 “Cowardly & BushLeague” from the dude that started it?? Really?? & did he say “Bitch” while trying to get up? 3 Steelers 1 Brown, QB being Aggro....played badly, fought worse!— Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson) November 15, 2019 Mason Rudolph chased after Myles Garrett and thought it was gon end well.....he got hit with that helmet and started looking for help like he lost something that’s not how this works— Charles James II (@CJDeuce_) November 15, 2019 Baker Mayfield called Myles Garrett ripping off Mason Rudolph’s helmet and smacking the QB in the head w/ it “inexcusable.” Jarvis Landry called it “embarrassing.” Odell Beckham, Jr. used “ugly,” HC Freddie Kitchens “embarrassed.” What does it say when your own team is horrified?— Aditi Kinkhabwala (@AKinkhabwala) November 15, 2019 My thoughts: Myles Garrett is legit crazy Maurkice Pouncey has been in plenty of street fights Mason Rudolph fights like a 45 year old housewife during Christmas shopping on Black Friday — Will Blackmon (@WillBlackmon) November 15, 2019 just to clarify, how will this be delivered? https://t.co/HoL2vg3FKg— Remy (@GoRemy) November 15, 2019 Just so yall know that inside a @nfl locker room @MaurkicePouncey is a hero. He protected his QB and he was willing to risk it all for his teammate. Ain't many dogs like that left in the game. He should be fined but no Suspension for Pouncey. That's a REAL TEAMMATE! @nflnetwork— Deion Sanders (@DeionSanders) November 15, 2019 I think defending the QB is fine there, but we saw two different approaches. DeCastro took Garrett out of the club and didn't swing or kick. Pouncey kicked and punched after Garrett was taken down and no longer a threat.— Sean Michael (@Sean_Michael_DC) November 15, 2019 #VoiceofREason —> Suspensions, fall out and what’s next after last night’s melee in Cleveland; @richeisen weighed in: pic.twitter.com/UeDUwHtsPa— Rich Eisen Show (@RichEisenShow) November 15, 2019 Just in the last 2 weeks, Browns cut a player for threatening people from the locker room on Twitter, had to cut another for showing up late/facing another drug suspension, and now have a player primed to be handed the longest single-incident suspension in NFL history. Unreal.— Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) November 15, 2019 Source says there’s “zero doubt” the league office is twisting arms to get teams to show up for the Kaepernick workout.— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 15, 2019 "You'd be naive to not have a little skepticism."Here's what Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins told @ByKimberleyA about Colin Kaepernick's NFL workout. ➡️ https://t.co/iVcs2mcQZm pic.twitter.com/lj53BUlUOR— Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) November 15, 2019 Vikings add Josh Doctson to 53-man roster https://t.co/pRpoPHjUCz— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 15, 2019 Former Browns WR Antonio Callaway officially cleared waivers on Friday. Now a free agent.— NFLTradeRumors.co (@nfltrade_rumors) November 15, 2019 The #Eagles intend to sign FA RB Jay Ajayi, source said. He worked out this morning and they are deep in talks. The top veteran still available, he’s healthy after an ACL tear and returns to the team that traded for him in 2017. Helps make up for the loss of Darren Sproles.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 15, 2019 Scott Barrett’s daily fantasy focus: Top plays, strategy, and advice for Week 11https://t.co/HYmkscvnaY pic.twitter.com/F6ct1RTOzG— PFF (@PFF) November 15, 2019 How can Texans possibly hope to stop Lamar Jackson? And why has Kirk Cousins been so efficient this season? https://t.co/xXVSxGPtgC's reporters fill you in on all you need to know ahead of Week 11https://t.co/3RLzoEXEbG pic.twitter.com/tMlJQoHtYF— Around The NFL (@AroundTheNFL) November 15, 2019 Plot twist... pic.twitter.com/7rqkXNeY57— Rex Chapman (@RexChapman) November 15, 2019
Washington Redskins vs New York Jets Schedule, TV, Radio, Online Streaming, Odds, Tickets, and moreby Scott Jennings on November 15, 2019 at 10:00 pm
Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Week 11 of Redskins football! The Redskins are 1-8. Dwayne Haskins Jr. lines up under center against the New York Jets after getting his first NFL start against the Buffalo Bills two weeks ago. Haskins was named the Redskins starter for the rest of the year this week, and you can buy tickets to watch his first home start vs the New York Jets here. The Redskins continue to deal with injuries this week. Vernon Davis remains in the concussion protocol and the inactive list. Chris Thompson has also been ruled out with turf toe. DT Tim Settle and WR Paul Richardson Jr. have also been ruled out with hamstring injuries. One player to watch who is returning from injury is RB Derrius Guice. He missed his rookie season when he tore his ACL during the Redskins first preseason game. He returned this season but tore the meniscus in his other knee Week 1 and went to IR. He will be in the backfield on Sunday and will be the #2 back behind Adrian Peterson. Matchup: Washington Redskins(1-8) vs New York Jets(2-7) Date/Time: Sunday, Nov. 17th | 1:00 p.m. ET Location: FedEx Field | Landover, MD TELEVISION: FOX Kenny Albert (play-by-play) Ronde Barber (color) Sara Walsh (sideline) (via 506sports) RADIO: Redskins Radio Network Larry Michael (play-by-play) Chris Cooley (analysis) Rick “Doc” Walker (sidelines) Live Streaming: NFL.com Game Pass, fuboTV Odds: Redskins -2 1/2, O/U 38 1/2 Prediction: Jets 20 - Redskins 17 Enemy Blog: Gang Green Nation