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TSN Football Analyst Chris Schultz is back for his final regular-season edition of NFL Risky Business. Schultz finished Week 16 of the season 10-7 to improve to 108-102 on the year. Jacksonville at Houston (-10) Case Keenum has definitely earned his second start at quarterback and will probably be invited back to training camp next year after he helped defeat the Baltimore Ravens last week. The AFC North is the NFLs toughest division, while the AFC South could be the NFLs weakest. With only three wins, Jacksonville is only one game ahead of Tennessee for dead last. Houston has a chance to go 9-7 under first year head coach Bill OBrien. Can Jacksonville score enough points to keep it close? I say no. Houston covers the spread. New Orleans (-3.5) at Tampa Bay For the Saints, its the ultimate in disappointing years. Five losses at the Mercedes Benz Superdome and a guarantee losing record means that for the first time in a long time, there is a complete re-building year in 2015. Biggest surprise was the fact they went from one of the worst defenses in 2012 to one of the best in 2013, back to one of the worse again in 2014. Completely bizarre. For the Bucs, they are closing in on qualifying for the No. 1 pick in this years NFL draft. I think they can do it. Saints Indianapolis (-7) at Tennessee How much and who plays are the questions for the Colts. If backup quarterback Matt Hasselback starts for the Colts its not as big of a down grade as what other teams have experienced throughout the season. The Colts need a good, efficient win to erase the memory of the 42-7 loss to Dallas. After the opening drive of the game, Tennessee struggled to do anything offensively throughout their loss in Jacksonville. Colts will respond and bounce back heading into the playoffs. Colts cover. Dallas (-6.5) at Washington The one consistency in a key complimentary way is that the Dallas Cowboys play hard each and every game. They do have an opportunity here to move up to the No. 1 seed if other teams dont capitalize and take advantage but the bigger question is self-preservation. If Tony Romo and DeMarco Murray could sit this one out then playoff game number one would be a best and rested Cowboy team. It is something to consider. Work for the playoffs, not 12-4. With Washington, RG3 needs another good game and he did not play in the previous Cowboys game won by Colt McCoy. Hard one to judge but if they sit Romo, Washington could keep it close. Washington Buffalo (10.5) at New England With Denver losing to Cincinnati and New England beating the Bengals, I wonder who will and who wont play in this game? And with the Bills out of playoffs, who will start at quarterback; EJ Manuel or Kyle Orton? Either way, the Bills defence could keep it real close, especially if backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo gets to play a half of football to gain experience. Bills on points. Cleveland at Baltimore (-9) Simply put, the Ravens blew it against the Texans. Baltimore had the easiest schedule of any contender going into the last three weeks of the NFL season, and lost to a team in Houston looking flat and apathetic. Of all the meeting rooms you would not want to be in on this past Monday morning, the Ravens top the list. How they respond this week will show a lot about the team. For Cleveland, it looks like its quarterback No. 3 but even if they had No. 1 or No. 2, I would still look for the Ravens to get their 10th win of the season in this game. Ravens by 10 to cover. New York Jets at Miami (-4.5) The Jets played a very competitive game against the Patriots last week, and that makes sense, given theyre divisional opponents. The Dolphins announced this week Joe Philbin will be back as head coach for Miami. If I am a Dolphins player, this last game is a key evaluation game as the old boss is the new boss again. Miami covers. Chicago at Minnesota (-7) The best thing about this season for the Vikings is that they may have found a quarterback for the present and for the future. Teddy Bridgewater has been a very quiet success story of the 2014 season. Hes not dominant in physical skills, but he is mature and composed. Compare Bridgewater to the Browns Johnny Manziel both off field and in their approach to football and behind the closed doors, I dont think there is a comparison. I am sure every Bear player just wants this season to end and yes, Jay Cutler is back. I dont think the Vikings will come out flat at home in the 16th game. The Bears, however, might. Vikings. San Diego at Kansas City (-2.5) The San Diego Chargers have an opportunity to get their 10th win of the season and enter the playoffs with two straight wins to be confident they earned it. The Chargers come-from-behind win over the 49ers showed a lot of heart and focus. Those traits have been absent in many other teams. For the Chiefs, the best you can do is 9-7. How do you evaluate 9-7? Not great, not bad, hopeful yet disappointing. Sometimes the worst way to end a season is right around .500. I will go back to November 30, when San Diego came back to beat the Ravens in Baltimore. As long as you have Philip Rivers, you have a fourth quarter chance. Chargers make the playoffs. Philadelphia at New York Giants (-2.5) The Giants have known for weeks their season would not end in the playoffs. The Eagles just came to that reality last Sunday. If one team will play with excessive energy, it will be the Giants. If one team may still be thinking what could have been, it will be the Eagles. Giants. St. Louis at Seattle (-13) After all the time, effort and planning, the Seahawks could still lose the NFC West if they lose to St. Louis this week and Arizona beats San Francisco. Both scenarios are possible, even though the Seahawks beat the Cardinals twice this year and held them to just nine points in two games. The first Rams and Seahawks game was in St. Louis, and it was the fake punt and a miss-direction punt return that allowed Jeff Fisher to outsmart Pete Carroll. I dont think it will happen again. The Seahawks need this game for a shot a home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs, and I think they get it done. Seahawks dominate and cover. Arizona at San Francisco (-4.5) Logan Thomas (66, 240 lbs) is going to start and have the opportunity to show what he has. Only one question to be asked about Thomas; can he consistently throw accurately? The coach that takes over the 49ers this offseason will get a pretty good team. Colin Kaepernick will improve and they have a good power game with Frank Gore, depending on his future. The 49ers play Arizona twice a year every year, and they know the three-level blitz packages used by Arizonas Todd Bowels very well. On the road after the embarrassing Seattle game, with a rookie quarterback and playoff spot already clinched, I cant pick the Cardinals. 49ers cover. Oakland at Denver (-14.5) This shapes up to be a bounce back game for Peyton Manning. After a four interception game, it will be interesting to see how Manning will respond. After a slow start in Oakland in the first Raiders game, Denver exploded on offence. I dont expect a slow start from the Broncos in the rematch at Mile High Stadium but also dont see the Broncos winning by 15. Oakland. Carolina at Atlanta (-3.5) The winner of the NFC South will have a losing record going into the 2015 NFL playoffs but the players dont care. After 16 weeks, four exhibition games, training camp, minicamp, offseason conditioning and ups and downs of it all, the NFC South divisional title is up for the taking. Who will have a more productive game, Matt Ryan and Julio Jones or Cam Newton and Kelvin Benjamin? Im betting on Ryan and Jones in the Georgia Dome. Atlanta wins the NFC South. Detroit at Green Bay (-7) To win this game, Green Bay has to control the pass rush of the Detroit Lions. Against the Tampa bay Buccaneers, Aaron Rogers took a first half beating. Sometimes it was one on one pass blocking, other times it was receivers not separating effectively down field and other times it was just Rogers holding on to the ball too long and not sacrificing the present play for the next opportunity. Detroit only scored 20 points against a Bears defense that everybody scores points on and will also be without their starting center Dominic Raiola for this game. Yet, when you look at recent history opposing teams do move the ball effectively against the Packers, the biggest indicator being when Atlanta came back to make it a game in Green Bay. Both teams will be at their best for this game. Packers by 10 to cover. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (-3.5) The Cincinnati Bengals beat the Denver Broncos because of special teams and secondary play last week. Andy Dalton continue to struggle with the deep ball, and his top receiver AJ Green may not be 100 per cent on Sunday night. I thought the Steelers played exceptionally well in critical moments in their Week 16 game against the Chiefs. Stopping Jamaal Charles on a fourth-down run changed the game. Steelers will spend the week watching Jeremy Hill and the success he had last week. Both teams have clinched, but both want the AFC North title. Pittsburgh takes it. 2013 Nike Roshe Run Low Anti Fur waterbestendig Heren kolen zwart/grijs blauw Running schoenen .com) - The Winnipeg Jets got over one hurdle by snapping their longest losing streak of the season. nike roshe run heren sale ... thanks to every "buddy" that was involved. .J. Miles are out for Tuesdays game against Sacramento because of injuries. nike air max 1 heren 2015 .R. Smith left Anthony Bennett standing still and Tristan Thompson on his backside. nike free 5.0 sale dames . The former world No. 1 Djokovic, who is the top seed here despite being ranked No. 2, snuck past 35-year-old Czech showman Radek Stepanek in four high- quality sets, 6-4, 6-3, 6-7 (5-7), 7-6 (7-5), on Centre Court. Djokovic appeared relieved when he converted on his first match point by swatting a cross-court forehand winner that just caught the line to end an affair that featured only two service breaks.The news that Bobby Ryan is undergoing season-ending surgery did not come as a complete surprise. Earlier this week, head coach Paul MacLean confirmed that Ryan had been dealing with a nagging injury since November – our first tangible clue that the winger has not been 100 per cent healthy all season. But for the past few weeks, the whispers had been growing louder and louder that Ryan was playing hurt. When the club returned to practice after the Olympic break, the winger took a couple of maintenance days that raised a few eyebrows. Now that the club has confirmed he was playing for the past four months with a sports hernia injury, it forces us to reassess our opinion of Ryans first season in Ottawa. In a strange twist, every player involved in the massive Ducks-Senators trade from last summer suffered a significant injury this season. Jakob Silfverberg had a broken hand, Stefan Noesen tore the ACL in his knee and now Ryan is done with the sports hernia injury. (The Ducks may want to order some bubble wrap to protect their first round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft that they will receive from Ottawa). When he was famously left off the Team USA roster for the Olympics, many suggested that Ryan was crushed by the bad news and went into a prolonged slump. He scored just two goals in 12 games in the month of January and looked like a shadow of himself at times. Certainly, the Team USA snub hurt him on a personal level, but its rather obvious that the physical pain of a sports hernia injury was the bigger factor for his declining numbers. Ryans limited ice time was also a source of controversy in this market, as fans and media openly questioned MacLeans deployment of his No. 1 sniper. He was taken off a unit with Kyle Turris and Clarke MacArthur and was given third-line minutes instead. When the Sens were swept in Alberta earlier this month, Ryan played fewer than 15 minutes on each night – causing some to wonder aloud if there was a rift between star player and coach. In reality, the reduced ice time was likely the result of his nagging injury. In a statement to the media on Thursday, general manager Bryan Murray indicated that Ryan tried to play through the injury and doesnt appear to be concerned about how he was used by MacLean. "I know there were some times in games that he felt like he couldnt contribute very muchh but he stayed on the ice as required by the coaching staff and tried very hard to be a big factor for our team," Murray said.dddddddddddd "I think he was and obviously we like that kind of person and want to treat him right in return." If you look at Ryans on-ice production from this season (time on ice to produce a point), you can see a significant drop-off once the calendar flipped to December: Month Time on ice/point October 20:32 November 16:17 December 24:42 January 33:10 February 46:40 March 41:47 Ryans struggles were a red flag for many Ottawa fans, who were concerned about his lack of productivity and compete level down the stretch. With a contract set to expire at the end of next season, there were more than a few fans who were suggesting it was time to move on from the 26-year-old winger. But now that we have a clear picture of Ryans health, its a little more accurate to say that his first season was not a complete disaster. The fact that he led this team in goal-scoring with 23 despite the injury is fairly impressive. Considering the recovery time from this injury is about six weeks, GM Bryan Murray says there is every reason to believe that Ryan will come into training camp next season ready to return to his 30-goal form. "Well, he certainly started very, very well. He shoots the puck awfully well, he scored some goals, his line obviously carried the team early on. He was a big part of that," Murray said. "I think after the hernia started to get aggravated a little bit, he seemed to shoot the puck a bit less. Overall, very happy and satisfied with his overall play and we know hell be a real contributor going forward." That last comment from the general manager seems like the one that carries the most weight moving into this summer. Nobody is certain if the Sens will lock up Ryan with a long-term extension in the coming months, but one thing is clear: this organization hasnt soured on him after a disappointing season in which he played hurt. wholesale jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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