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2015-Jan-15 - field goal made it

Steelers turn back Bengals

CINCINNATI (AP) Ben Roethlisberger threw one touchdown pass, and the Pittsburgh Steelers overcame their injury depleted running game to beat the Cincinnati Bengals Cheap Handbags 24 17 on Sunday night.

Shaun Suisham kicked field goals of 42, 47 and 42 yards, and the Steelers clamped down on Cincinnati's Dalton to Green connection, holding it to one completion.

The Steelers (3 3) won on the road for the first time this season and improved to 12 2 at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals (3 4) fell to 0 6 the last two seasons against Baltimore and Pittsburgh.

Andy Dalton's interception set up Roethlisberger's 9 yard touchdown pass to Heath Miller and a tying 2 point conversion to the tight end with 24 seconds left in the half.

Roethlisberger was 27 of 37 for 278 yards, leading an offense missing its top two running backs and two offensive linemen to injury. Jonathan Dwyer ran 17 times for 122 yards.

The Steelers and Bengals were tied 17 all after three quarters.

Pittsburgh overcame a first half full of self destruction to even it up.

Ben Roethlisberger threw an 8 yard touchdown pass to Heath Miller with 24 seconds left in the half, then found the tight end for a 2 point conversion, pulling the Steelers into a 14 all tie. The teams traded field goals in the third quarter.

Roethlisberger 31 yard pass to Emmanuel Sanders moved Pittsburgh to the Cincinnati 14 yard line as the quarter ended.

Both teams needed a win to stay close to AFC North leader Baltimore (5 2), which lost 43 13 at Houston earlier Sunday. The Steelers and Bengals both came in with three losses.

The Bengals pulled ahead 14 3 by getting their running game moving behind BenJarvus Green Ellis and turning a fumble by Roethlisberger into a touchdown.

Andy Dalton only mistake helped Pittsburgh pull even. He tried to pull up on a pass, but the ball slipped out of his hand and deflected off Bengals lineman Kevin Zeitler to Pittsburgh linebacker LaMarr Woodley at the Cincinnati 29 yard line with 1:23 left in the half.

Roethlisberger pass evened it and left him 15 of 21 in the half for 138 yards with a fumble and an interception in the end zone.

The Bengals came out running the ball and had early success against the league fifth ranked defense. Green Ellis carried eight times for 44 yards on the Bengals first possession, converting a third down and a fourth and 1 to keep the drive alive. Cedric Peerman carried the final 5 yards.

The Bengals took advantage of Roethlisberger fumble at the Pittsburgh 8 yard line in the second quarter. Green on the next play for a 14 3 lead.

Pittsburgh had plenty of Replica Handbags costly mistakes. Besides Roethlisberger fumble, running back Baron Batch dropped a potential touchdown pass, Roethlisberger threw an interception in the end zone, and Mike Wallace dropped a third down pass that forced the Steelers to settle for a field goal on their opening drive.

The Steelers were in a bad way with injuries that cost them their top running backs and two offensive linemen. The NLF 31st ranked running game was missing Rashard Mendenhall and Isaac Redman, as well as center Maurkice Pouncey and right tackle Marcus Gilbert. Rookie Mike Adams made his first start in Gilbert spot.

Plus, safety Troy Polamalu was inactive for the fourth time in the last five games with a calf injury.

That put a lot on Roethlisberger, who usually does well in his home state 14 2 all time in Cleveland and Cincinnati but has rarely been so short handed. He completed his first three passes in a game opening drive that ended when Wallace dropped a perfect third down throw inside the Cincinnati 15 yard line. Suisham 42 yard field goal made it 3 0.

It was just the start of Pittsburgh blown chances.

The Steelers let a touchdown slip Cheap Bags through their fingers on their second series. Roethlisberger threw a lateral to Antonio Brown, whose left handed pass was on target to the uncovered Batch as he headed for the goal line. The ball went through his outstretched arms.

Roethlisberger then tried to get the ball to Miller at the back of the end zone, but safety Chris Crocker picked it off.

Until Dalton interception, it was an invigorating half for the Bengals, who wanted to show that it can finally match up against the division best. They lost to Baltimore 44 13 in the season opener on Monday Night Football, leaving them 0 5 the last two seasons against the Ravens Replica Bags and Steelers.

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2015-Jan-15 - ordinary in playing part

Week 11 fantasy football waiver wire profile

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are searching for their third starting running back after rookie Mike James fractured his ankle last night. The contenders: seventh year veteran Brian Leonard and former undrafted free agent Bobby Rainey.

Both players had their moments in relief of James against the Dolphins last night, but Leonard emerged chi flat irons as the workhorse with a team high 20 carries. Does that make him worth owning in fantasy football leagues?

Background: A second round pick of the St. Louis Rams in the 2007 NFL draft. is with his third NFL team, playing part time roles with the Rams and Bengals over the last six seasons. stands at 6 1 and 225 pounds and has played a "hybrid" fullback/halfback role, as well as a more traditional fullback. has 203 career carries for 736 yards in seven seasons. is more of a third down back who can block and catch passes out of the backfield.

2013 stats: 29 carries, 90 yards, 0 TDs; 18 rec., 140 yards, 1 TD

Numbers and trends: Has 203 carries, but has yet to score a touchdown on the ground. his lone NFL touchdown came on a reception for the Bengals in 2010. has 131 career catches in seven seasons, highlighted by a a pair of 30 chi hair products reception campaigns in 2007 and '09. has 12 receptions in the last three weeks, taking a more active role when Martin was placed on IR with a shoulder injury.

Strengths: Size and experience are points in his favor as he competes with Bobby Rainey for touches. is a quality receiver who could see more action than ever in the passing game. among active Buccaneers, has the third most catches this season (18), trailing only Vincent Jackson and Timothy Wright. got the lion's share of carries (20) on Monday night after James exited in the first quarter.

Risk factors: Has never looked anything more than ordinary in playing part time roles everywhere he's gone. between his size and career touches, it's alarming that he's still never scored a rushing touchdown. Rainey has more upside and could very well relegate Leonard to a third down role, which is, frankly, where he belongs.

ESPN ownership: 0.2 chi flat iron official website percent.

Verdict: Could be worth a flier in the event chi hair dryer he wins the starting job; there's value in starting, albeit very little in Leonard's case.

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2015-Jan-15 - and then swept through

What to watch at state volleyball

Yes, the days are long.

Yes, it can get overwhelming. There are four simultaneous matches one for each class throughout the day.

But, no, no other Montana high school sporting event really compares to the all class state volleyball tournament at Brick Breeden Fieldhouse on the Montana State University campus in Bozeman. It's complete match madness.

The three day event runs Thursday, Friday and Saturday, welcoming 32 total teams (eight for each class) in true double elimination brackets.

Here's what to watch this weekend:

Class AA

Billings Senior (23 1) is looking to win back to back state titles after sweeping Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Kalispell Flathead in the championship last year. The Broncs have reached the championship each of the past two seasons.

Billings Skyview (22 4) is playing in its fourth consecutive state tournament, but expectations are higher this year for the Falcons. They're the No. 2 seed out of the Eastern AA, split the regular season conference championship and were ranked No. 1 in the coaches poll earlier in the year.

Helena High won the championship in 2010 and 2011. The Bengals are back this year as the third seed out of the West. Kalispell Glacier (21 3) is the West's top seed.

Class A

Laurel rallied to win last year's Class A state title, but the Locomotives failed to qualify for this year's state tournament. Billings Central won the Eastern A and comes in as one of the favorites to win the title.

The Rams Cheap Snapbacks will have their hands full in the first round with Frenchtown. The Broncs were the runners up last year and were a dominant force through the regular season this year. But Columbia Falls Wholesale Snapbacks upset Frenchtown at the Northwestern A's divisional tournament.

Perennial power Lewistown fought through a long Saturday to win the Central A championship. The Eagles, who won back to back state titles in 2010 and 2011, played 19 sets last Saturday.

Class B

Huntley Project is gunning for its fifth consecutive Class B state championship, having beaten Red Lodge in the final each year. The Red Devils entire as the Southern B's top seed after beating Forsyth in five sets in the championship.

In the last four years, Choteau took third three times (2009 11) NFL Jerseys Wholesale with tough luck against teams from the Southern B. The Bulldogs' eight losses in that span have come against Red Lodge (five times), Huntley Project (twice) and Townsend (once). Choteau plays Huntley Project in the first round.

Florence, after finishing third at last year's state tournament, enters as the West's top seed again. The Falcons handed Class A Frenchtown its first loss of the season earlier in the year and then swept through the Western B's divisional tournament.

Class C

The defending State C champion Gardiner Bruins know they have a target on their back this week. They have the longest winning streak in Montana (55 matches) and swept their way to the Western C divisional championship.

Along with Gardiner, Wibaux, Belt and Manhattan Christian are making consecutive appearances at the state tournament. Manhattan Christian is the second seed out of the West, while Wibaux (Eastern C) and Belt (Northern C) won their respective divisional titles.

It took some work, but Winnett Grass Range (23 0) enters the state tournament with an undefeated record after beating Bridger in five sets, first in the undefeated semifinal, and again in the Southern C championship.

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2015-Jan-15 - here is a better way

BEST Alcohol to Drink for Weight Loss

Don't believe me on 2? I just saw a quick snippet in Men's Health magazine on a new British study showing that men given just 1 drink at lunch time ate 15% MORE at the buffet than those who didn't have alcohol!

That's crazy. So you combine those added calories you ate with the calories from the alcohol itself and suddenly your meal is several hundred calories Rough christian louboutin replica one for shedding belly fat.

So back to the original question what's the BEST alcohol to drink when trying to lose weight. I'm being realistic here since it's not realistic for most to say never drink again.

Is it louboutin replica low carb beers? Hard alcohol? Wine? Mixed drinks?

Let me first tell you it's not carb beers why? Because they have zero flavor and you'll end up drinking more anyhow. Why drink a watered down product if you're going to over drink it anyhow to actually get some alcohol? Maybe I'm biased, I don't know because I like dark beers. Liquid tar, with a hint of chocolately coffee flavor. Emmmm. Now that's a beer it's almost like a pureed steak, so thick it could double as a dinner.

Point of the story. Don't waste your time with the low carb, low flavor beers.

Mix drinks? Nope nix them. You have the alcohol itself. Add the soda or cheap red bottom shoes fruit juice on top of that. Suddenly you're tipping the calorie scale at around 400+ calories IN ONE DRINK!

Hmmm, now maybe we're getting somewhere.

Wine is something you sip. And one glass is around the 120ish calorie mark. That has the of a winner to me.

Here's the kicker sip 1 glass. Not 1 bottle. Otherwise you'll sabotage your own goal! So if you were to sip a glass of wine (maybe 2) over the course of the night, you'd be in much better luck than sucking down some high sugar alcoholic or a 6 pack of carb beers.

So this isn't a for all recommendation to start stocking your cupboards with wine and drinking glass after glass each night.

Make a glass of wine an occasional rather than the if you're out and you enjoy a glass of wine (or 2), tell the waiter to hold the bread basket and skip the appetizer or dessert. It's a little give and take. Although it's just 120 calories, those calories add up way too quickly.

Mohr Results Bottom Line: If you're daily routine is to finish the day with a drink or two, yet you're struggling to achieve your weight loss, there is a better way. Cutting back on drinks means cutting back on calories. And cutting back on calories means losing belly fat in the long run.

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2015-Jan-15 - Toledo Blade

Toledo Blade

NEW YORK JETS at BUFFALO BILLS JETS: OUT: WR Jeremy Kerley (elbow), LB Garrett McIntyre (knee). PROBABLE: S wholesale jerseys Antonio Allen (concussion), G Willie Colon (calf), WR Josh Cribbs (knee), CB Antonio Cromartie (hip), TE Jeff Cumberland (concussion), DE Leger Douzable (illness), DT Kenrick Ellis (back), RB Alex Green (hamstring), WR Stephen Hill (foot, knee), WR Santonio Holmes (foot, hamstring), RB Chris Ivory (knee), LB Calvin Pace (hip), WR Greg Salas (knee), TE Zach Sudfeld (knee), wholesale nfl jerseys CB Darrin Walls (shoulder), TE Kellen Winslow (knee). BILLS: DOUBTFUL: WR Stevie Johnson (groin), WR Robert Woods (ankle). PROBABLE: S Da'Norris Searcy (hamstring), DT Kyle Williams (Achilles).

ATLANTA FALCONS at TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS FALCONS: OUT: DE Malliciah Goodman (calf). QUESTIONABLE: WR Harry Douglas (knee), TE Tony Gonzalez (toe), DT Peria Jerry (toe), DT Corey Peters (knee), RB Jason Snelling (knee, not injury related). PROBABLE: RB Steven Jackson (toe), LB Sean Weatherspoon (foot), WR Roddy White (shoulder). BUCCANEERS: OUT: G Carl Nicks (foot). QUESTIONABLE: DE Da'Quan Bowers (concussion), WR Chris Owusu (foot). PROBABLE: CB Michael Adams (knee), S Mark Barron (knee), CB Danny Gorrer (groin), WR Vincent Jackson (knee), G Davin Joseph (knee), cheap nfl jerseys T cheap jerseys Donald Penn (calf), DT Akeem Spence (wrist).

DETROIT LIONS at PITTSBURGH STEELERS LIONS: OUT: RB Montell Owens (knee). DOUBTFUL: CB Bill Bentley (knee), WR Nate Burleson (forearm). QUESTIONABLE: DE Ziggy Ansah (ankle), T Corey Hilliard (knee). PROBABLE: RB Reggie Bush (knee), S Louis Delmas (knee), WR Calvin Johnson (knee). STEELERS: OUT: S Shamarko Thomas (ankle). DOUBTFUL: LB LaMarr Woodley (calf). QUESTIONABLE: G Ramon Foster (ankle), DE Brett Keisel (foot). PROBABLE: T Mike Adams (ribs), G Kelvin Beachum (hip), G David DeCastro (ankle), T Marcus Gilbert (ankle), TE Heath Miller (not injury related), C Fernando Velasco (knee).

WASHINGTON REDSKINS at PHILADELPHIA EAGLES REDSKINS: QUESTIONABLE: DE Stephen Bowen (knee), S Jose Gumbs (ankle), CB DeAngelo Hall (foot). PROBABLE: WR Leonard Hankerson (hamstring), TE Logan Paulsen (knee), RB Evan Royster (back). EAGLES: OUT: LB Jake Knott (hamstring), S Earl Wolff (knee). QUESTIONABLE: CB Bradley Fletcher (pectoral), LB Mychal Kendricks (knee), T Jason Peters (quadriceps, pectoral), QB Michael Vick (hamstring). PROBABLE: TE Brent Celek (hip), S Patrick Chung (shoulder), WR Riley Cooper (knee), DE Cedric Thornton (knee).

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS at MIAMI DOLPHINS CHARGERS: OUT: T King Dunlap (neck). QUESTIONABLE: S Jahleel Addae (ankle), C Nick Hardwick (neck), LB Jarret Johnson (hamstring), RB Le'Ron McClain (ankle), WR Eddie Royal (toe). Fluker (illness), DE Lawrence Guy (toe), RB Ryan Mathews (hamstring), T Mike Remmers (ankle), G Chad Rinehart (toe), LB Manti Te'o (elbow). DOLPHINS: OUT: T Jonathan Martin (illness), T Will Yeatman (knee). QUESTIONABLE: CB Dimitri Patterson (groin), C Mike Pouncey (illness), WR Mike Wallace (hamstring). PROBABLE: S Chris Clemons (knee, hamstring), TE Michael Egnew (neck), P Brandon Fields (shoulder), LB Jelani Jenkins (illness), S Reshad Jones (groin), LB Koa Misi (knee), K Caleb Sturgis (right groin), RB Daniel Thomas (ankle).

BALTIMORE RAVENS at CHICAGO BEARS RAVENS: QUESTIONABLE: WR Marlon Brown (knee), S James Ihedigbo (toe), DT Haloti Ngata (knee), LB Daryl Smith (thigh), CB Jimmy Smith (groin), CB Lardarius Webb (groin). PROBABLE: DT Chris Canty (knee), RB Bernard Pierce (toe, knee), WR Brandon Stokley (thigh), LB Terrell Suggs (neck). BEARS: OUT: LB Lance Briggs (shoulder), QB Jay Cutler (ankle), DT Jeremiah Ratliff (groin). DOUBTFUL: C Patrick Mannelly (calf), DE Shea McClellin (hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: TE Martellus Bennett (ankle). PROBABLE: T Jordan Mills (quadriceps).

CLEVELAND BROWNS at CINCINNATI BENGALS BROWNS: OUT: TE MarQueis Gray (hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: G Jason Pinkston (ankle). PROBABLE: QB Jason Campbell (ribs), LB Paul Kruger (finger), RB Willis McGahee (knee), RB Chris Ogbonnaya (ribs), CB Chris Owens (finger). BENGALS: OUT: DT Devon Still (elbow), G Kevin Zeitler (foot). DOUBTFUL: S Chris Crocker (hamstring), LB Rey Maualuga (knee). QUESTIONABLE: LB James Harrison (calf). PROBABLE: LB Michael Boley (hamstring), LB Vontaze Burfict (knee), C Kyle Cook (shoulder), TE Jermaine Gresham (groin), CB Terence Newman (ankle), DT Brandon Thompson (ankle).

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ARIZONA CARDINALS at JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS CARDINALS: QUESTIONABLE: LB John Abraham (hamstring), WR Michael Floyd (shoulder), WR Brittan Golden (hamstring), LB Dontay Moch (illness). PROBABLE: WR Andre Roberts (knee), DE Frostee Rucker (calf). JAGUARS: OUT: WR Stephen Burton (concussion), WR Stephen Williams (Achilles). DOUBTFUL: G Will Rackley (head). QUESTIONABLE: LB Paul Posluszny (concussion). PROBABLE: DE Tyson Alualu (elbow), DE Andre Branch (neck), WR Mike Brown (ankle), RB Maurice Jones Drew (knee), DT Sen'Derrick Marks (ankle), DT Roy Miller (shoulder), TE Danny Noble (hamstring), WR Cecil Shorts III (groin).

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1956 Syracuse beats Colgate 61 7 behind halfback Jim Brown. Brown sets an NCAA record for points by an individual player in a single game by scoring six touchdowns and kicking seven extra points for 43 points.

1968 The "Heidi" television special starts on time and cuts off the NBC broadcast of the Oakland New York Jets game in the final minutes, leaving viewers in the dark and unaware that the Raiders score two touchdowns in the last minute for a 43 32 comeback victory.

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2015-Jan-15 - all seen snaps inside

updates coming on Packers' walking wounded

Green Bay When the schedule was first released, the Green Bay Packers probably were not too thrilled with having a bye week after only three games.

Then, the injuries piled up. Rest couldn't have come at a better time for the Packers.

It's been very quiet over the bye week. Cheap Michael Kors Not much new information to report at the moment. As a reminder, here are the injuries Green Bay is dealing with.

RB Eddie Lacy (concussion). Missed Green Bay's game at Cincinnati. Lacy didn't practice leading up the the game but was on the sideline at practice and officially listed as "questionable." Before players split for the bye week, he sounded like a player who should be ready to go against Detroit. Unlike previous players who have suffered a concussion, Lacy was not confined to his bedroom for multiple days.

RB James Starks (knee). Missed the second half with a knee injury and had a MRI done. No official word on his progress, though have heard here that the injury should not be serious. Starks' injury history, however, must be worrisome for the Packers. Before suffering the injury, Starks was gaining a head of steam. He has 187 yards on 34 attempts.

RB Johnathan Wholesale Fake Sunglasses Franklin (foot). Late in fourth quarter, briefly left Bengals game and returned. Status uncertain.

CB Casey Hayward (hamstring). Has missed all three regular season games. Status uncertain. Micah Hyde, Jarrett Bush and Tramon Williams have all seen snaps inside at Hayward's slot position.

S Morgan Burnett (hamstring). Has missed all three regular season games. Status uncertain. Jennings a week ago. After a miserable season opener, Green Bay's safety play has improved. Jennings scooped up a fumble for a score at Cincinnati and Banjo was solid.

FB John Cheap Michael Kors Outlet Kuhn (hamstring). Also missed the Bengals game. Status uncertain. Andrew Quarless must double as a fullback in Kuhn's place. His absence does limit things the offense can do.

OLB Clay Matthews (hamstring). Bowed out of Bengals game with a hamstring injury. Matthews was not concerned about the injury afterward, but he has a history of hamstring injuries and the Packers are still searching for another pass rushing threat.

TE Jermichael Finley (concussion). Nasty collison and aftermath in Cincinnati. Finley spoke about the concussion on his personal website. Finley was still working through concussion protocol at the time of the video. Without Finley in Cincinnati, Green Bay's red zone offense struggled.

CB Jarrett Bush (hamstring): Has missed the last two games. Packers do miss Bush on special teams and he gives Dom Capers options in nickel and dime.

For more on this Cheap Replica Sunglasses rash of hamstring injuries, check out Lori Nickel's story from last week.

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