Giants vs Panthers

Giants vs Panthers Live Nfl Football Week 5 .CLEVELAND, Ohio — Baker Mayfield will make his first start at FirstEnergy Stadium, but he couldn’t have picked a more formidable defense to do it against.

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Not only are the No. 2 in total defense and No. 2 on third down, they’re brutal to rookie quarterbacks. Since 2008 under John Harbaugh, they’re 15-5 against rookie QBs, including 7-0 against those wearing Browns colors.

Mayfield (59.4 completion percentage, 2 TDs, 2 INTs, 81.3 rating) will have to be particularly aware of safety Eric Weddle and linebacker Terrell Suggs, who will go against rookie left tackle Desmond Harrison.

Mayfield doesn’t have a strong enough receiving corps right now to take advantage of his exceptional arm talent. Antonio Callaway (10 catches on 24 targets for 155 yards and a TD) has been struggling early in games, and might have his reps cut on Sunday. Help could be on the way. The Browns will work out former Titans receiver Rishard Matthews on Monday.

John Harbaugh has feasted on the Browns, going 18-2, and Joe Flacco is 17-2.

Flacco is off to a hot start, ranking 14th in the NFL with a 96.9 rating. He’s thrown eight TDs against only two interceptions and is completing 64.3 of his passes. But he’s been sacked more than two times a game, and the Ravens are vulnerable up the middle.

He also holds the ball longer than Derek Carr, so Myles Garrett and company can make things tough on him.

If Garrett can dominate like he did against the Steelers, the Browns have a chance. But Mayfield could struggle against this rookie-destroying Ravens’ D.

Ravens vs Browns

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Baltimore Ravens And Cleveland Browns will kick off the 2017 Sunday night slate this weekend, as it will be an NFC North matchup inside Ford Field. The Ravens finally got a win last week, as they snapped a five-game slide by beating the Cincinnati Bengals on the road. Rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky had his best game as a pro, and will look to ride that momentum into his team’s divisional date with the Lions on Saturday.
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For Ravens, they are still alive in the NFC Playoff race, but they cannot afford a setback against the Browns. Last weekend, the Ravens beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the road, but will get to head home to the friendly confines of Ford Field in this one. The Browns beat the Ravens when they met up last month, taking care of Chicago on the road by the score of 27-24.

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Packers vs Lions

Packers vs Lions : NFl Football Game Online HD Tv 4k,The Green Bay Packers (2-1-1) will attempt to record a second win in a row on Sunday afternoon at Ford Field, where the Detroit Lions (1-3) await their NFC North rivals for a Week 5 matchup.

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There aren’t many Week 17 NFL games with significant playoff implications. Usually, there are a whole slew of permutations of who can qualify for the final playoff spots and what needs to go right for them, but this year, things are a bit quiet. One important contest for Week 17 will the Green Bay Packers-Detroit Lions affair. The winner of this game will claim the NFC North title while the loser could fall out of the playoffs altogether (if the Washington Redskins win). In the event of a rare tie, the two NFC North teams would qualify while the Redskins would miss out.

The Lions have stumbled in back-to-back weeks and blown what was otherwise a comfortable division lead. Now they enter Week 17 having to hold serve against a red-hot Packers team that’s won five straight. It’s not the position they wanted to be in. However, they are still 7-1 at home this year and could send a statement about their legitimacy should they earn the win.

Five weeks ago, the Packers were 4-6 and seemed dead in the water. Fast forward just over a month and they’re one of the hottest teams in the NFL. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is back in the conversation for league MVP, the Packers have seemingly fixed their running game and their defense has held it together. The Packers are giving up 17.6 points per game during their winning streak. During the four-game losing streak that preceded this hot streak, the Packers had allowed at least 31 in each of those games.

Rodgers is unconscious right now as he’s thrown for nine touchdowns and no interceptions in December while posting a 120.7 quarterback rating. He’s getting the time he needs and he’s seeing the field clearly.

One thing the Packers will have to do in this spot is play better on the road than they have this season. They nearly lost at Chicago two weeks ago and prior to that, were blown out in back-to-back road games at Washington and Tennessee. They are just 3-4 on the road this year while the Lions are 7-1 at home. Home-field advantage could be a big factor in this contest.

The Lions had been one of the NFL’s biggest surprise teams this season but it looks like the clock has struck midnight on this Cinderella. Unless they can really change their momentum and beat the Packers, they’re going to miss the playoffs and be viewed as a disappointment. They could have been in a better position had they won either of their last two contests, but they didn’t have great showings in either. They lost on the road to the New York Giants in a game where their offense was very sloppy. Then they lost last week to the Dallas Cowboys, blowing a 21-14 lead only to lose 42-21.

The Lions have defense may have some stats that look good – prior to last week, hadn’t allowed more than 20 points in eight straight – but the analytics would say otherwise. Their running game has been broken all season too and that’s what has led to some spotty outings. The good news is that the Packers defense is depleted and has been downright horrible at times this year. If quarterback Matt Stafford can avoid turnovers and the Lions can run the ball to play keep away, they could pull this off.

The Lions momentum has shifted as they’ve lost two straight both straight up and against the spread. As for the Packers, they have won five straight while covering the spread in four of those games.

Jaguars vs Chiefs

Jaguars vs Chiefs : The Dallas Cowboys will play in their final preseason game of the year this Thursday night against the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium.

The Dallas Cowboys final preseason game of the year is also known as the Roster Bubble Bowl. Usually completely void of starters, this last exhibition showcases fringe players still trying to prove themselves worthy of the final 53-man roster.

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This is the final preseason game of the season. It’s the one where everyone who isn’t starting plays, hopes, and prays that don’t get cut, before hoping and praying and they snag one of the final spots on the 53-man roster or make the practice squad the weekend afterwards.

It’s also the one against the Dallas Cowboys. The one that was cancelled last year because of Hurricane Harvey. Yee-haw, it’s back this year. Texas. Amen, brother. Here’s how to catch the game

The Cowboys will cut a whopping 37 players following the game, as they are required by the league to trim their roster to just 53 by Saturday afternoon. So this matchup against the Texans will start and end some NFL careers. This contest is one for all the die-hard fans!

The Dallas Cowboys have a lot of clean-up to do, especially following their abysmal dress rehearsal.

Additionally, and more pressing, is the palpable sense of urgency within the organization following a disappointing 2017 season, where the club finished 9-7 — failing to make the playoffs, but felt oddly like a mild celebration labeled “At Least We Were Above .500”. This was the follow-up to a historic 13-3 record from only one year prior, wherein the Cowboys also landed a first-round playoff bye and home field advantage — all while being led by two rookies in quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott. The team again couldn’t capitalize on their storied season as the demons of 2014 came back to haunt them in the form of the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers, but the expectations for 2017 were through the shingles.

For all intents and purposes (especially factoring in the intergalactic levels of off-the-field drama by players and owner alike), last season was a throwaway of the highest order. Even the final victory in Week 17 served to do more harm than good, dropping them in the first-round NFL Draft order — and all for the right to say they barely defeated the eventual Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles by a rousing score of 6-0, in which the Cowboys’ offense looked as inept as ever against the Eagles’ non-starters.

It’s time to begin washing the sour taste of 2017 out of their collective mouths, with one final preseason game to determine who’s worthy of surviving the final roster cutdown at the end of August, the pressure’s on for many to improve over the 27-3 bludgeoning at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals. Now 0-3 this August, for those who care about a meaningless record, more important are the third-stringers and bubble players who have no choice but to show up big against the Houston Texans — with nary a starter taking the field.

The first two games to open the month of August were carried by NFL Network with the third shown on Sunday Night Football, but the fourth won’t be up for national TV grabs. If you’re not local to the Metroplex and don’t have NFL Sunday Ticket, here’s how to catch all the action.

49ers vs Cardinals

49ers vs Cardinals : The Dallas Cowboys will play in their final preseason game of the year this Thursday night against the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium.

The Dallas Cowboys final preseason game of the year is also known as the Roster Bubble Bowl. Usually completely void of starters, this last exhibition showcases fringe players still trying to prove themselves worthy of the final 53-man roster.

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This is the final preseason game of the season. It’s the one where everyone who isn’t starting plays, hopes, and prays that don’t get cut, before hoping and praying and they snag one of the final spots on the 53-man roster or make the practice squad the weekend afterwards.

It’s also the one against the Dallas Cowboys. The one that was cancelled last year because of Hurricane Harvey. Yee-haw, it’s back this year. Texas. Amen, brother. Here’s how to catch the game

The Cowboys will cut a whopping 37 players following the game, as they are required by the league to trim their roster to just 53 by Saturday afternoon. So this matchup against the Texans will start and end some NFL careers. This contest is one for all the die-hard fans!

The Dallas Cowboys have a lot of clean-up to do, especially following their abysmal dress rehearsal.

Additionally, and more pressing, is the palpable sense of urgency within the organization following a disappointing 2017 season, where the club finished 9-7 — failing to make the playoffs, but felt oddly like a mild celebration labeled “At Least We Were Above .500”. This was the follow-up to a historic 13-3 record from only one year prior, wherein the Cowboys also landed a first-round playoff bye and home field advantage — all while being led by two rookies in quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott. The team again couldn’t capitalize on their storied season as the demons of 2014 came back to haunt them in the form of the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers, but the expectations for 2017 were through the shingles.

For all intents and purposes (especially factoring in the intergalactic levels of off-the-field drama by players and owner alike), last season was a throwaway of the highest order. Even the final victory in Week 17 served to do more harm than good, dropping them in the first-round NFL Draft order — and all for the right to say they barely defeated the eventual Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles by a rousing score of 6-0, in which the Cowboys’ offense looked as inept as ever against the Eagles’ non-starters.

It’s time to begin washing the sour taste of 2017 out of their collective mouths, with one final preseason game to determine who’s worthy of surviving the final roster cutdown at the end of August, the pressure’s on for many to improve over the 27-3 bludgeoning at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals. Now 0-3 this August, for those who care about a meaningless record, more important are the third-stringers and bubble players who have no choice but to show up big against the Houston Texans — with nary a starter taking the field.

The first two games to open the month of August were carried by NFL Network with the third shown on Sunday Night Football, but the fourth won’t be up for national TV grabs. If you’re not local to the Metroplex and don’t have NFL Sunday Ticket, here’s how to catch all the action.

Cowboys vs Texans

Cowboys vs Texans : The Dallas Cowboys will play in their final preseason game of the year this Thursday night against the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium.

The Dallas Cowboys final preseason game of the year is also known as the Roster Bubble Bowl. Usually completely void of starters, this last exhibition showcases fringe players still trying to prove themselves worthy of the final 53-man roster.

Live/Repeat:Live

Cowboys vs Texans Live

This is the final preseason game of the season. It’s the one where everyone who isn’t starting plays, hopes, and prays that don’t get cut, before hoping and praying and they snag one of the final spots on the 53-man roster or make the practice squad the weekend afterwards.

It’s also the one against the Dallas Cowboys. The one that was cancelled last year because of Hurricane Harvey. Yee-haw, it’s back this year. Texas. Amen, brother. Here’s how to catch the game

The Cowboys will cut a whopping 37 players following the game, as they are required by the league to trim their roster to just 53 by Saturday afternoon. So this matchup against the Texans will start and end some NFL careers. This contest is one for all the die-hard fans!

The Dallas Cowboys have a lot of clean-up to do, especially following their abysmal dress rehearsal.

Additionally, and more pressing, is the palpable sense of urgency within the organization following a disappointing 2017 season, where the club finished 9-7 — failing to make the playoffs, but felt oddly like a mild celebration labeled “At Least We Were Above .500”. This was the follow-up to a historic 13-3 record from only one year prior, wherein the Cowboys also landed a first-round playoff bye and home field advantage — all while being led by two rookies in quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott. The team again couldn’t capitalize on their storied season as the demons of 2014 came back to haunt them in the form of the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers, but the expectations for 2017 were through the shingles.

For all intents and purposes (especially factoring in the intergalactic levels of off-the-field drama by players and owner alike), last season was a throwaway of the highest order. Even the final victory in Week 17 served to do more harm than good, dropping them in the first-round NFL Draft order — and all for the right to say they barely defeated the eventual Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles by a rousing score of 6-0, in which the Cowboys’ offense looked as inept as ever against the Eagles’ non-starters.

It’s time to begin washing the sour taste of 2017 out of their collective mouths, with one final preseason game to determine who’s worthy of surviving the final roster cutdown at the end of August, the pressure’s on for many to improve over the 27-3 bludgeoning at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals. Now 0-3 this August, for those who care about a meaningless record, more important are the third-stringers and bubble players who have no choice but to show up big against the Houston Texans — with nary a starter taking the field.

The first two games to open the month of August were carried by NFL Network with the third shown on Sunday Night Football, but the fourth won’t be up for national TV grabs. If you’re not local to the Metroplex and don’t have NFL Sunday Ticket, here’s how to catch all the action.

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Stanford vs Utah

Stanford vs Utah: The Stanford Cardinal will be trying to get back to their winning ways when they entertain the Utah Utes at Stanford Stadium on Saturday night. The Utes won their first two games but are now coming off consecutive losses to Washington and Washington State.

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Utah is 2-2 through four games but could just as easily be 3-1. The Utes led almost the entire way at Washington State last Saturday, including 24-21 with less than five minutes remaining. But the Cougars kept battling back and eventually prevailed 28-24. Utah moved the ball well enough, finishing with 322 yards, but the visitors struggled on third downs and also shot themselves in the foot with nine penalties for 76 yards–mostly on offense.

“They’ll come back ready to go to work,” head coach Kyle Whittingham assured. “I’ve got no doubt about that. We’ve got great leadership and it’s what football is all about–coming back. We’ve got to be ready to play [this] week, no matter what happens. You’ve got to pick yourself up, get ready to play the next week, and it doesn’t get any easier with a road trip to Stanford. But our guys will work hard; I guarantee that.”

Whittingham’s squad especially needs to work hard on its offense, which has been serviceable but unspectacular through four outings. Huntley is completing a decent 59.4 percent of his passes with four TDs and two INTs. Utah is averaging a modest 4.3 yards per rush, with Moss at 5.2 ypc (75 for 389 and four touchdowns).

Stanford running back Bryce Love finished runner-up to Baker Mayfield in the 2017 Heisman Trophy vote, but at this rate he will not be getting invited to this year’s ceremony. Love is averaging just 4.3 yards per carry this season, previously averaging 7.8 as a freshman (on just 29 attempts while backing up Christian McCaffrey), 7.0 as a sophomore, and 8.1 as a junior.