Автоподбор страны, региона, города
Введите начальные буквы названия и через секунду-две выберите вариант из появившегося списка
Если такого названия в списке нет - напишите нам

Подробнее об автоподборе
Теги

Тегов нет

Новые возможности

Подписаться
13 ноября 2017 г. 11:28

Steelers’ touchdown celebration mocked A.J. Green-Jalen Ramsey fight

The big news in the NFL last week was all the fighting on the field, highlighted by a major brawl between Bengals receiver A.J. Green and Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey. Today, the Steelers decided to make light of that brawl.

 

After Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster scored a touchdown, he and Le'Veon Bell, reenacted the Green-Ramsey fight in the end zone. But while that’s an original touchdown celebration, Smith-Schuster said he was disappointed that he and Bell didn’t really make it a perfect match for the way Green and Ramsey went at it.

 

“I mean, you can’t really rehearse what’s really going on with the A.J. and Ramsey thing, we made a mistake and we’ll come back to it,[url=http://www.ramsfootballauthentic.com/mark-barron-jersey-authentic]Authentic Mark Barron Jersey[/url], but hey,” Smith-Schuster said. “We got to get better next week for celebrations.”

 

Smith-Schuster said they’ll be working on their celebrations — and working on making sure they play well enough that they have reasons to celebrate.

 

There are times when a flamboyant touchdown celebration is just what is needed. And then there was this touchdown celebration. When Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster scored in the third quarter against the Indianapolis Colts he and running back Le’Veon Bell decided to have some fun.

 

The problem is you have played like trash all game long, trail to yet another bad team on the road and even after the score you are still trailing. You can tell by the body language of the other Steelers on the field as they sulked away this was not something they wanted any part of.

 

And that doesn’t even take into consideration the celebration appeared to be a parody of the fight between Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green and Jaguars defensive back Jalen Ramsey from the week before. All things considered,[url=http://www.ramsfootballauthentic.com/alec-ogletree-jersey-authentic]Authentic Alec Ogletree Jersey[/url], this one won’t go down as one of the better celebrations from the Steelers.

 

Ben Roethlisberger’s 32-yard completion to Antonio Brown with 35 seconds set up a 33-yard field goal from Chris Boswell as time expired Sunday, giving Pittsburgh a 20-17 come-from-behind win at Indianapolis on Sunday.

 

The Steelers (7-2) have won four straight overall and five in a row in the series.

 

But it sure wasn’t easy as the Colts (3-7) held Roethlisberger,[url=http://www.ramsfootballauthentic.com/trumaine-johnson-jersey-authentic]Authentic Trumaine Johnson Jersey[/url], Antonio Bbrown and Le’Veon Bell in check. Pittsburgh needed two second-half TD passes from Roethlisberger to fight its way out of a 17-3 third-quarter deficit. And Roethlisberger reverted to his traditional form on the Steelers’ final possession.

 

The two-time Super Bowl champion methodically marched the Steelers 70 yards in the final 3 minutes, 10 seconds to give Pittsburgh its only lead.

 

Roethlisberger was 19 of 31 for 236 yards with one interception. Bell had 26 carries for 80 yards and Brown, the league’s leading receiver,[url=http://www.ramsfootballauthentic.com/greg-zuerlein-jersey-authentic]Authentic Greg Zuerlein Jersey[/url], caught three passes for 47 yards.

 

Indianapolis extended its 10-3 halftime lead to 17-3 when Jacoby Brissett hooked up with Chester Rogers on a 61-yard TD pass four plays into the second half. But again the Colts couldn’t hold onto the lead.

 

Roethlisberger found JuJu Smith-Schuster on a 7-yard TD pass midway through the third quarter to make it 17-9. Boswell’s extra point was blocked and the Steelers barely avoided giving up two more points when Colts safety was tackled at the Steelers 2-yard line after a lengthy return.

 

After Ryan Shazier’s interception at the Colts 10-yard line with 12:52 to go, Roethlisberger hooked up with wide-open Vance McDonald for another 7-yard score. Roethlisberger’s conversion pass to Martavis Bryant tied the score at 17.

 

Boswell could have given the Steelers the lead with a 37-yard field goal with 6:17 to go,[url=http://www.ramsfootballauthentic.com/johnny-hekker-jersey-authentic]Authentic Johnny Hekker Jersey[/url], but the kick hit the right goal post.

 

Steelers: starting safety Mike Mitchell left on a cart with an injured right ankle and did not return. Cornerback Joe Haden left in the first half with a left leg injury and was on crutches on the sideline late in the game. Linebacker James Harrison missed the game with a back injury.

 

Colts: cornerback Kenny Moore left in the third quarter with a concussion and tight end Darnell Daniels and linebacker Darnell Sankey both left with hamstring injuries in the fourth quarter. None of the three returned.

 

The news initially was bad regarding Steelers cornerback Joe Haden. It may not be quite as bad as at first feared.

 

Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Haden could miss only three weeks with a slight fracture of the fibula. The injury will not require surgery.

 

The Steelers face the Titans, Packers,[url=http://www.ramsfootballauthentic.com/rodger-saffold-jersey-authentic]Authentic Rodger Saffold Jersey[/url], Bengals, and Ravens before a showdown with the Patriots in Week 15.

 

Haden, signed by the Steelers after being cut by the Browns in August, has started all nine games this year. His absence will mean more reps for Coty Sensabaugh and veteran William Gay.

 

NFL scores 2017: Live results, highlights, and more from Week 10

 

On paper, this wasn’t the most exciting week in the NFL. The only game between teams with winning records was a matchup between the Bills and Saints — and for a while, that was the only blowout of the day.

 

Just as we hoped, things got a little weird.

 

The Steelers looked lifeless for most of their game against the Colts, but they were able to come back and win on a last-second field goal. The Lions were on the verge of getting upset by the Browns until the fourth quarter rolled around. Detroit pulled away for the win.

 

But the wackiest game was the Jaguars’ overtime win against the Chargers. The ending was filled with turnovers and dumb penalties.

 

And the 49ers got their first win of the season! The Giants, who fell to 1-8, somehow look worse every week.

 

We’ll keep you updated with all the big news and highlights from Sunday.

 

To be honest, the early afternoon schedule doesn’t have a lot of compelling matchups, thanks to an improved defense and the emergence of rookie running back Alvin Kamara. The Bills made a big splash at the trade deadline by acquiring Kelvin Benjamin, with Saints vs. Bills being the only game where both teams have a winning record. The Saints are cooking with six straight wins, who should make his Buffalo debut this week. We’ll see if he can boost a struggling pass offense.

 

The other early game to watch pits the Vikings against Washington, which picked up a big win against the Seahawks last week but still has a ton of injury concerns. The Vikings officially shut down Sam Bradford for the season and Teddy Bridgewater is activated, but they’re still not in a rush to get him back on the field with Case Keenum exceeding expectations. In the meantime, Minnesota will look to consolidate its grip on the NFC North.

 

The late afternoon is defined by missed opportunities. Texans vs. Rams looked like a great matchup two weeks ago, but Deshaun Watson tore his ACL in practice and Tom Savage was predictably terrible in last week’s loss to the Colts. The Rams are flying high at 6-2 under Sean McVay and it would be surprising if they didn’t roll a hobbled Texans team here.

 

Another late afternoon game pits the Falcons against the Cowboys,[url=http://www.ramsfootballauthentic.com/mark-barron-jersey-authentic]Womens Mark Barron Jersey[/url], who finally, officially don’t have Ezekiel Elliott after his six-game suspension started this week. The offense now belongs to Dak Prescott,[url=http://www.ramsfootballauthentic.com/alec-ogletree-jersey-authentic]Womens Alec Ogletree Jersey[/url], who looks like he should be up to the challenge.

 

Finally, the Broncos continue their quarterback crisis against the Patriots on SNF. Brock Osweiler is getting another start despite last week’s poor performance, while Trevor Siemian is glued to the bench and Paxton Lynch is still recovering from a shoulder injury. Even with a great defense,[url=http://www.ramsfootballauthentic.com/trumaine-johnson-jersey-authentic]Womens Trumaine Johnson Jersey[/url], it’s hard to see Denver keeping pace with Tom Brady on primetime.

 

1. Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton, suffering from a groin injury,[url=http://www.ramsfootballauthentic.com/greg-zuerlein-jersey-authentic]Womens Greg Zuerlein Jersey[/url], will play against the Steelers.

 

2. Newly acquired tight end Martellus Bennett (shoulder) is expected to play for the New England Patriots against the Denver Broncos on Sunday night, according to Rapoport. Wide receiver Danny Amendola, is expected to play,[url=http://www.ramsfootballauthentic.com/johnny-hekker-jersey-authentic]Womens Johnny Hekker Jersey[/url], questionable because of a knee injury, too.

 

3. Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) is listed as questionable, but should be good to go against the Patriots,[url=http://www.ramsfootballauthentic.com/rodger-saffold-jersey-authentic]Womens Rodger Saffold Jersey[/url], a source tells Rapoport.

 

4. Buffalo Bills tight end Charles Clay, who has been out a month following knee surgery, is likely to play against the New Orleans Saints, according to Rapoport.

 

5. Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Marqise Lee, who was originally listed as questionable with a knee injury, will play against the Los Angeles Chargers.

 

6. Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker (ankle) will play against the Cincinnati Bengals.

 

7. Washington Redskins wide receiver Jamison Crowder, battling a hamstring injury, who missed practice on Friday with a hamstring injury, will play against the Minnesota Vikings. Left tackle Trent Williams (knee) also is active. Tight end Jordan Reed, will not play.

 

8. Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen (foot) will not play against the Washington Redskins. Griffen was listed as questionable after being limited in practice Friday and missing Wednesday and Thursday.

 

 оценок 0

Автор: Статус: offline aliciahuang
просмотров: 5
Поделиться в:   icon   icon   icon   icon   icon    


Чтобы добавить комментарий Вы должны зарегистрироваться или войти если уже зарегистрированы.

Если у Вас уже есть OpenID, LiveJournal или Blogger аккаунт, Вы можете добавить комментарий просто указав Ваш OpenID или имя пользователя LiveJournal или Blogger.
OpenID:  OpenID LiveJournal Blogger         Войти  
(Вы можете отправить комментарий нажатием комбинации клавиш Ctrl+Enter)