Hentgen the "time needed to support his
Post new topic   Reply to topic    Join Property Expert Forum Index -> regeneration areas
View previous topic :: View next topic  
Author Message
lw789
View user's profile Default Buddy

Joined: 11 Feb 2017
Posts: 3300

PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 3:39 am    Post subject: Hentgen the "time needed to support his Reply with quote

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- It was Kansas Citys most lopsided season-opening victory in 50 years, a perfect start to the Andy Reid era. Alex Smith threw two early touchdown passes, Kansas Citys defence dominated all day and the Chiefs handled the Jacksonville Jaguars 28-2 on Sunday. Jamaal Charles ran for 77 yards and a touchdown before leaving with a quadriceps injury, but that was about the only negative for guys in red. "You want to win every game you possibly can in the National Football League, thats what you strive for. You work so stinking hard for every week, then you cherish it," said Reid, who spent the previous 14 years in Philadelphia. The last time Kansas City won its opener by such a wide margin was 1963, a 59-7 victory against Denver. This one looked like it was headed in that direction after Smith threw two TD passes in the first quarter, both with short fields. He had a 5-yarder to Donnie Avery, a play that followed a 36-yard punt return by Dexter McCluster. Smith added a 3-yarder to backup tight end Junior Hemingway, which came two plays after Brandon Flowers intercepted Blaine Gabberts badly underthrown deep pass. Flowers returned it 32 yards to give the Chiefs great field position. "We could see this coming with our defence," Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson said. "We want to put something on film and let everyone see that the Chiefs defence is for real. ... Our defensive line dominated their offensive line; its that simple." Charles made it 21-2 with his 2-yard scamper in the second period. He left the game in the third -- after getting sandwiched by linebackers Geno Hayes and Paul Posluszny -- but returned for two carries before calling it a day in the fourth. "He did go back in for a play after he got stepped on, then we pulled him out," Reid said. "It was a quad and you dont mess with those. I think hes going to be OK. He did a nice job. He gives us great versatility there. He ran the ball hard. I thought he played good football." The defence was even better. Not only did the Chiefs sack Gabbert six times and post a shutout, they allowed Jacksonville to advance beyond its 36-yard line just twice in 15 series. "Weve just got to be better up front. Im going to say that," Jaguars centre Brad Meester said. "Weve got to do a better of creating holes and a better job of protecting for Blaine. We just didnt give him enough time back there. If we dont create holes and give him time, were just not able to get first downs." It was a stunning display of offensive futility for the rebuilding franchise. The Jaguars finished with 178 yards, but for most of the game challenged the team low of 117 yards set last year against Houston. It wasnt even close to the start Bradley wanted, but it was a clear indication of how far the team has to go. "Sometimes it takes time to find out our identity," Bradley said. "I know as a staff were going to dig deep to find out the things that we do best and well emphasize those." The Jaguars did little well Sunday. Gabbert completed 16 of 35 passes for 121 yards and two interceptions, including one Tamba Hali returned for a touchdown and a 28-2 lead in the fourth quarter. Gabbert ran off the field in the closing minutes of the game with a laceration to his right hand. He needed 15 stiches after the game. Chad Henne replaced him and led the Jaguars to the 3-yard line, but they failed to score. Maurice Jones-Drew, playing his first real game since injuring his left foot last October, ran 15 times for 45 yards. "Well see how this year turns out," Jones-Drew said. "No year is the same. Its a loss. We didnt play well as an offence. I dont know as an offence if you can do much worse than we did today." The most telling sign for Jacksonville: Bryan Anger set a franchise record with 11 punts. "We cant punt that many times. Its too many," receiver Cecil Shorts III said. "The whole offence didnt do a good job and we need to improve on that." Many outsiders had the Chiefs pegged as a team that could make a significant turnaround under Reid. Not only did they return four Pro Bowlers on defence, but the offence was supposed to be improved with Reid calling plays and Smith executing them. Against Jacksonville, things were mostly smooth. Notes: Chiefs played without starting RG Jon Asamoah. ... Chiefs RT Eric Fisher, the first pick in Aprils NFL draft, clearly outplayed Jaguars RT Luke Joeckel, the No. 2 pick. Reid praised Fisher after his debut. Jacksonville couldnt say the same about Joeckel, who had his hands full all game. ... Jaguars CB Dwayne Gratz bruised a shin, but should be fine. Brenton Bersin Jersey . "Well over 50 (per cent)," coach Claude Noel said Tuesday after practice, where the Jets were looking at ways to cut down the scoring chances theyve been giving away. Curtis Samuel Jersey . Lynn was tied for 16th entering the fourth round, six shots behind leader Paul Waring. He started with two birdies and added three more on his last five holes at the Oceanico Victoria course for an 18-under total of 266. http://www.thepantherslockroom.com/women-harrison-butker-jersey/. - Leon Draisaitl scored a hat trick as the Prince Albert Raiders stormed past the Swift Current Broncos 5-2 in Western Hockey League action Tuesday. Kurt Coleman Jersey . Or take a relaxing vacation somewhere warm. Brayden Schenn and Scott Hartnell scored, Ray Emery stopped 32 shots and the Flyers beat the Calgary Flames 2-1 on Saturday for their fourth straight victory. Andrew Norwell Jersey . The move will give Hentgen the "time needed to support his family and his fathers current health issues," the Blue Jays said in a release. Hentgen spent 10 of his 14 big-league seasons with the Blue Jays, winning a Cy Young Award in 1996.Calgary Stampeders running back Jon Cornish may be getting closer to a return from a head injury, but its not likely to happen this week. Head coach John Hufnagel said Cornish is doubtful for Fridays game against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats but the Calgary Sun reports he has been ruled out for this week. Last years Most Outstanding Player has been suffering from concussion-like symptoms after he was knocked out of the Stampeders Week 1 win over the Montreal Alouettes by Kyrries Hebert.dddddddddddd Hebert was fined by the league for the hit. With the benefit of a Week 2 bye, this will just be the second game Cornish misses. Backup Matt Walter filled in against the Toronto Argonauts last week, rushing for 46 yards on 10 carries. Hufnagel added that linebackers Keon Raymond and Deron Mayo will not play on Friday. There was some good news for the Stamps however, according to the Sun it appears receiver Nik Lewis will play Friday. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
Back to top
View user's profile Send private message
Is the above message: Offensive? Objectionable? Way off track?
Display posts from previous:   
Post new topic   Reply to topic    Join Property Expert Forum Index -> regeneration areas
Page 1 of 1

 
Go to:  
Advertise with us  |  Privacy  |  Terms & Copyright                                                                                     Website maintained by USP Networks