#1 g on fourth down trying to make plays and youre thinking, von mary123 08.10.2019 08:18

Penrith have sent an ominous warning to week-one finals opponents Canterbury with a first-half demolition of Manly in the final NRL game of the regular season.Panthers skipper Matt Moylan whipped their season-high 15,411 crowd at Pepper Stadium into a frenzy by having a hand in four of the tries in the 36-6 rout.Winger Josh Mansour nabbed a double, while rookie Nathan Cleary kicked a perfect six from six.The Panthers win, their fifth in succession and seventh in eight games, sets up an intriguing elimination final against at out-of-form Bulldogs outfit at ANZ Stadium next Sunday.For the Sea Eagles, their fifth straight loss leaves them with a 13th-placed finish and plenty of thinking to do for first-year coach Trent Barrett.Working out the futures of injured veterans Brett Stewart and Steve Matai will be top of the pile.Moylan was unstoppable from the kickoff, setting up Mansours first in the fourth minute before igniting a six-minute avalanche of points by putting Bryce Cartwright over the line in the 21st.The home side then went 100 metres in the next set, Moylan sending Waqa Blake into the clear for Dallin Watene-Zelezniak to finish off, and then also getting Peter Wallace under the posts three minutes later.At one stage, only some friendly fire from a prone Trent Merrin could stop the incumbent NSW Origin pivot, who finished the game with three try and four line break assists.By the time rookie Nathan Cleary converted another Mansour try on the stroke of halftime, the Panthers left the field to a standing ovation and a 30-0 lead.Blake added a sixth try just minutes into the restart before the home side slowed down, with Wallace awarded his first rest of the season and Jake Trbojevic levelling the second half at six-all. 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Kerry, Just watched the shootout in the Coyotes/Leafs game and I have to ask, why was the James van Riemsdyk goal allowed to count? All of the video replays we were shown on TV were inconclusive about whether the puck had entirely crossed the line or not. Adidas Boty Pánské Nmd . -- The Bishops Gaiters are showing they belong among the countrys top varsity football teams. NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Cleveland quarterback Cody Kessler stood at the podium talking about the best game of his very short NFL career and started tearing up.Its been an emotional couple of weeks for the rookie.Kesslers younger brother wound up hospitalized with a racing heartbeat days before the quarterback was knocked out of last weeks 33-13 loss to the New England Patriots with an injured chest . Then Kessler learned his great-grandmother had died, a woman he considered a second mother.The third-round pick out of Southern California got a break Sunday on the football field where he threw for a career-high 336 yards in his fourth start, nearly rallying the Browns before losing 28-26 to the Tennessee Titans.Kessler became only the third Browns rookie to throw for at least 300 yards, second only to Brandon Weedens 364 yards passing Dec. 2, 2012, at Oakland.Tennessee sacked Kessler six times and hit him five other times, but Kessler never flinched as he kept trying to rally the winless Browns (0-6).Unless they force me to stay out like they did last week, Im not coming out, Kessler said. It was a little painful, but at the same time you want to do it for the guys as well. Its not for myself, its for the guys around me.Talking to reporters after the game, Kessler said he couldnt come out of a game, not with his brother, Dylan, dealing with a heart condition that hospitalized him before the Patriots game.The condition will keep his brother from playing high school football or much of anything for two months and hell be wearing a heart monitor.Kesslers great-grandmother died a week ago, a woman he was so close with that the quarterback considered her as another mother.Its stuff that you cant control and youve just got to move on, Kessler said as he choked upp and then walked out of the interview room.ddddddddddddThe Browns are off to their worst start since 1999 when they lost their first seven as an expansion franchise. Kessler, their third quarterback to start and among five to play already, gave them a chance late at an improbable rally.He threw two touchdown passes to Terrelle Pryor Sr., the second with 2:07 left, before guiding a nine-play drive for another TD that set up a second onside kick.Hes battling his butt off out there, Browns left tackle Joe Thomas said. There were a couple times where he took some really big hits scrambling on fourth down trying to make plays and youre thinking, `Wow, he wont be able to get up from that, and (he) pops right back up and gets right back in the huddle like nothing happened. And thats really admirable.Kessler had a 105.3 passer rating while driving the Browns on a 75-yard drive and a 62-yard drive to rally Cleveland after trailing 28-13. Kessler also threw incomplete under pressure on a 2-point conversion.Still, Cleveland coach Hue Jackson said the rookie played hard.He gave us a chance to win, to be in the game, Jackson said.Pryor made it clear he loves playing with Kessler and the rookies passion, especially with all the hits the quarterback took.Hes a warrior, Pryor said. Thats what pushes us all. I took a little hit as well and it makes you just keep pushing. He was getting creamed, man, and he just got up and kept fighting. The kid has unbelievable heart. Im a big fan of his.---Online:AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and AP NFL Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/AP-NFL---Follow Teresa M. Walker at www.twitter.com/teresamwalker ' ' '

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