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28 декабря 2015 г. 12:28

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CLEVELAND -- Pristine one week, penalized the next. Wholesale Jersey . The second time around was sloppy for the Cleveland Browns and Detroit Lions. Colt McCoy threw three touchdown passes -- two to tight end Evan Moore -- in the first half, but the Browns blew a 15-point lead after halftime and lost 30-28 to the Lions on Friday night in a penalty-filled exhibition that showed both teams have plenty to fix in the next three weeks before the season opener. "Weve got a lot of work to do," McCoy said. "Theres plenty to clean up." "Way too sloppy with penalties," said Lions coach Jim Schwartz. McCoy finished 10 of 18 for 96 yards, his second straight solid performance running first-year Browns coach Pat Shurmurs new West Coast offence. McCoy was victimized by a few drops and wasnt as sharp as in last weeks win over the Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers. However, the second-year QB showed poise, ran away from Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and didnt force any throws while playing most of the first half. "A lot of people wanted to anoint us after last week," said McCoy, who was pressured and knocked down several times. "There were a lot of rough things here and there." The Lions (2-0) trailed 28-13 early in the third but got a 20-yard TD pass from Drew Stanton in the third and Dave Rayners 48-yard field goal with 9:51 left. Referee Mike Carey and his officiating crew had a busy night. The teams were assessed 26 penalties for 211 yards. Moore caught TDs of two and 21 yards, rookie Greg Little grabbed a 13-yarder from McCoy, and rookie Armond Smith had an 81-yard TD run in the third for the Browns (1-1), who were without eight starters, including star running back Peyton Hillis. Smith also had two fumbles, helping the Lions rally. "We went to getting pretty sloppy," Shurmur said. "Numerous penalties and two fumbles. Those are killers. The guys in the game are in charge of winning the game." Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford threw one TD pass to Nate Burleson. Stafford, who threw two TDs in last weeks 34-3 blowout of Cincinnati, went 6 of 10 for 85 yards in four series. Jason Hanson kicked two field goals for the Lions, who also rested several starters, including wide receiver Calvin Johnson, because of injuries. "We did a good job considering we had a couple of key guys out," Stafford said. "The guys who stepped in played well. Our other quarterbacks played well, too." McCoy seems perfectly suited for the West Coast attack, an offence that puts a premium on accuracy, timing and precision -- by the QB and receivers. Earlier this week, McCoy revealed he spent time during the NFL lockout in Mississippi learning the offences many nuances from Brett Favre, who was taught it in Green Bay by Browns president Mike Holmgren. With the Browns thin at wide receiver, Moore, who showed potential last season but has had injury issues, could become McCoys favourite target. The six-foot-six, 250-pounder certainly looks the part, but it remains to be seen if he can handle it. McCoy found him twice in the first half, helping the Browns build a 21-10 lead. Moore later took a hard hit on a 17-yard reception. He got up slowly and remained in the game. Moore didnt return to the sideline after halftime, and Shurmur confirmed the fourth-year suffered a head injury. "I dont know exactly the final analysis on that," Shurmur said. The Browns first possession was poor -- two dropped passes and a one-yard run that set the tone for the night. But Cleveland got the ball back when rookie defensive end Jabaal Sheard stripped Lions running back Jahvid Best. McCoy made the Lions pay with his quick TD toss to Moore. Stafford came back and tied it with his four-yard strike to Burleson, who made a leaping catch in the back of the end zone and was able to get both feet down. Burleson then mocked Clevelands crowd by mimicking the chalk toss that NBA star LeBron James made famous with the Cavaliers. McCoys second TD toss to Moore put the Browns ahead 14-10. After Jordan Norwoods 20-yard punt return, McCoy lofted a pass into the end zone for Moore, who made a sliding over-the-shoulder catch in the right corner that was first ruled out of bounds. However, the call was overturned by a video replay. McCoys TD pass to Little followed a sequence of five penalties -- three by the Browns, two by the Lions -- in six plays. It was Littles first TD in over two years because he had to sit out last season at North Carolina for having improper dealings with an agent, and he celebrated by punting the ball into the stands. That didnt please Shurmur, who spoke with the second-round pick on the sideline. "I told him not to do that," Shurmur said. Little seemed to get the message. "Im sorry I did it because of the scrutiny that comes after that type of thing," he said. "I wish I could have it as a souvenir, but some lucky fan has it all his own." McCoy also avoided any major contact with Suh, fined US$20,000 on Wednesday by the league for a hit on Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton last week. Suh only got his hands on McCoy once, pushing him out of bounds to end a scramble. "He was definitely feeling pressure in the pocket," said Lions defensive tackle Corey Williams. "He was kind of moving around, but we werent able to get him down." Detroits offence was missing one of its main cogs as Johnson was a late scratch with a bruised shoulder. A Lions spokesman said Johnson was held out as a precaution. Notes: Schwartz said Best felt "a little woozy" after a hit in the first half. He did not return, but Schwartz provided no other details. ... Browns RB Brandon Jackson suffered a turf toe, Shurmur said. ... Hillis (hamstring) didnt dress and he wasnt alone as the Browns rested starting G Eric Steinbach (back) LBs Scott Fujita (hamstring) and Chris Gocong (stinger), safeties T.J. Ward (hamstring) and Usama Young (hamstring), and RB Montario Hardesty (knee), who took part in contact drills for the first time this week. ... The Lions were without starting CB Chris Houston (groin), T Jeff Backus (chest) and TE Tony Scheffler (cut hand).. ... The Browns will be at former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryors workout on Saturday in Pennsylvania. Pryor is eligible for Mondays rescheduled supplemental draft. Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping .com) - Graeme McDowell fired a 1-under 71 in Saturdays third round and his lead has been cut to one at the WGC - HSBC Champions. Wholesale Jerseys China . Thats where their similarities end. Luck was the first overall pick in the 2012 draft and started from Day 1. Keenum joined the Texans as an undrafted free agent and spent all of last season on the practice squad.SANDY, Utah -- Alvaro Saboria and Fabian Espindola have been a potent 1-2 punch for Real Salt Lake in recent years. Saturday night was no different as they each scored in a 2-0 victory over the Colorado Rapids. The two now have a combined 54 goals for Real Salt Lake, with Espindolas 29th goal tying him with former standout Robbie Findley for Real Salt Lakes all-time lead in MLS goals scored. "Both those guys were extremely alert and bright tonight," Salt Lake coach Jason Kreis said. "Im pleased that they both got on the scoreboard but probably more pleased with the defensive effort. The number of times they came back to help us was critical." Real Salt Lake (5-1-0), alone atop the Western Conference standings, extended its unbeaten streak against the Rapids (3-2-0) to seven games, with its last loss in the series coming in May 2009. The win gave Salt Lake a leg up in its bid to keep the Rocky Mountain Cup for a sixth straight season. They will play two more times this season. "This was a rivalry started by the fans and they did a terrific job of selling it to the players," said Kreis, who also was facing former Dallas teammate and current Colorado coach Oscar Pareja. The intensity was there from the start, with five yellow cards issued. "The players were up for it. The crowd was up for it," Kreis said. Now Real Salt Lake has to get ready for an even bigger match. Saturdays win sets up a showdown next week with undefeated Sporting Kansas City, which beat defending champion Los Angeles earlier in the day. Defender Nat Borchers said it was too early to call next weeks game a preview of the MLS Cup. "I dont know if we can build it up quite to that level yet. Theres a lot of soccer left. But I l like the matchup,," Borchers said. Wholesale NFL Jersey. "They play a very good brand of soccer. They send a lot of numbers forward. Theyre a lot like us." Real Salt Lake dominated Saturdays game from the start, controlling possession in the first half by nearly a 2-1 margin and holding a 9-1 edge in shots early. Saborios goal in the 20th minute gave Real Salt Lake a 1-0 lead. Will Johnson set up the score by occupying two defenders, then passing to Tony Beltran, who found Saborio in the middle. Saborio controlled the cross with his chest then got behind Colorados back line and scored from 10 yards out. Real Salt Lake improved to 22-3-5 overall when Saborio scores. "That was one of the top 10 RSL performances for 45 minutes," Kreis told his team at halftime. "But nobodys going to remember that if you dont walk out after 90 minutes with a win." Espindola made sure of it, scoring in the 57th minutes despite a questionable hand ball. He took a long pass from Luis Gil and sneaked between two Colorado defenders and poked the shot past Matt Pickens. "It was so fast, then the ball was there,"said Espindola, who a year ago helped RSL retained its fifth consecutive Rocky Mountain Cup with a controversial stoppage-time goal at home. The win helped Real Salt Lake move on from an ugly 1-0 victory against lowly Montreal on Wednesday. "The guys all knew Wednesday night was a disappointing match," Kreis said. "They all wanted to do better." Theyll also need to play better than they did last year in Kansas City. "Kansas City is very complete team.," Borchers said. "It will be a tough one but were looking forward to it. Its a tough place to play. We have to stay organized and play good soccer." cheap nfl jerseys cheap jerseyscheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys ' ' '

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