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The Los Angeles Chargers will replace defensive end Joey Bosa
15-11-2018 03:24 AM
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The Los Angeles Chargers will replace defensive end Joey Bosa


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with second-year player Isaac Rochell Dallas Cowboys Hats , while the Kansas City Chiefs will be without one of their defensive stars in safety Eric Berry.Bosa already had been listed as out for Sunday's season opener after reinjuring his foot Wednesday and wearing a walking boot Friday. Rochell was limited in three games last year. Berry had been doubtful with a sore heel, and he is being replaced by Eric Murray who is getting his third career start with the first two coming last season.Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson backed up veteran Joe Flacco in Baltimore with Robert Griffin III inactive for the Ravens' opener with the Buffalo Bills. Now the question is whether the 2016 Heisman Trophy winner gets on the field.This is the first time Ravens coach John Harbaugh has kept three quarterbacks on his opening day roster since 2009, and the coach turned to Jackson with his running skills as a change-up option against Buffalo over Griffin with his 42 games of NFL experience.For Buffalo, cornerback Vontae Davis is inactive after struggling through the preseason. But Davis was signed to be the starter, making him starting the season on the sideline a surprise.Colts quarterback Andrew Luck made his first start in more than 20 months without either of his projected starting tackles or his starting running back. Joe Haeg, who started the most at right tackle for Indy last season, will start at left tackle for Anthony Castonzo (hamstring). Veteran J'Marcus Webb, signed during training camp, will start at right tackle in place of Denzelle Good (knee/wrist).Rookie Jordan Wilkins, a fifth-round pick, replaces running back Marlon Mack in his NFL debut for Indianapolis.Austin Corbett, the 33rd overall pick in this year's draft, is inactive for the Cleveland Browns against Pittsburgh after losing his job as left guard earlier this week. Corbett started all four preseason games, then Cleveland decided to move Joel Bitonio back to left guard and start undrafted rookie Desmond Harrison at left tackle.In Miami, Brock Osweiler is the backup quarterback against the Titans with the Dolphins scratching a pair of quarterbacks, including rookie Luke Falk, who was claimed off waivers from Tennessee a week ago.With Olivier Vernon out with an ankle injury, the Giants started rookie Lorenzo Carter out of Georgia at linebacker.Josh LeRibeus is starting in place of New Orleans guard Andrus Peat, who missed a practice (quadriceps) and then was limited when he returned. Wide receiver Cameron Meredith, one of the Saints' top free agent signees, had hoped to play after missing the 2017 season with knee surgery. But Meredith is inactive. Tampa Bay cornerback Brent Grimes is out with a groin injury after being doubtful for the opener.Inactives for Sunday's games:DALLAS-CAROLINACowboys: QB Mike White, TE Rico Gathers, S Xavier Woods, DT Datone Jones, LB Chris Covington, C Adam Redmon, C Travis Frederick.Panthers: RB Cameron Artis-Payne, WR Curtis Samuel, CB Lorenzo Doss, DE Marquis Haynes, DE Efe Obada, G Brendan Mahon, LB Andre Smith.SEATTLE-DENVERSeahawks: SS Shalom Luani, RB Mike Davis, LB K.J. Wright, G Jordan Simmons, G D.J. Fluker, DT Nazair Jones, DT Poona Ford.Broncos: QB Kevin Hogan, WR Isaiah McKenzie Dallas Cowboys Womens Hoodie , CB Isaac Yiadom, ILB Alexander Johnson, DE DeMarcus Walker ,T Elijah Wilkinson, G Sam Jones.WASHIGNTON-ARIZONARedskins: WR Maurice Harris, RB Samaje Perine, CB Adonis Alexander, LB Josh Keyes, C Casey Dunn, OL Geron Christian Sr., DL Caleb Brantley.Cardinals: QB Mike Glennon, RB T.J. Logan, CB Deatrick Nichols, DE Markus Golden, OL Jeremy Vujnovich, OL Korey Cunningham, TE Jermaine Gresham.KANSAS CITY-LOS ANGELES CHARGERSChiefs: S Eric Berry, RB Darrel Williams, CB Charvarius Ward, OL Austin Reiter, OL Kahlil McKenzie, OL Ike Boettger, DL Justin Hamilton.Chargers: WR Geremy Davis, CB Brandon Facyson, LB Emmanuel Ellerbee, OL Scott Quessenberry, OL Forrest Lamp, DL TY McGill, DE Joey Bosa.BUFFALO-BALTIMOREBills: WR Ray-Ray McCloud III, CB Vontae Davis, CB Ryan Lewis, LB Julian Stanford, T Conor McDermott, G Wyatt Teller, TE Khari Lee.Ravens: Griffin III, WR Jordan Lasley, TE Hayden Hurst, OL Jermaine Eluemunor, DT Willie Henry, DT Zach Sieler Womens Customized Dallas Cowboys Jerseys , CB Darious Williams.PITTSBURGH-CLEVELANDSteelers: QB Mason Rudolph, CB Coty Sensabaugh, S Marcus Allen, OT Matt Feiler, OT Zach Banner, TE Vance McDonald, DE L.T. Walton.Browns: QB Drew Stanton, WR Damion Ratley, DB E.J. Gaines, LB James Burgess Jr., OL Austin Corbett, DL Ifeadi Odenigbo, DL Anthony Zettel.TENNESSEE-MIAMITitans: WR Cameron Batson, S Kendrick Lewis, LB Rashaan Evans, OLB Harold Landry III, G Aaron Stinnie, T Jack Conklin, TE Anthony Firkser.Dolphins: QB Luke Falk, QB David Fales, WR DeVante Parker, CB Cornell Armstrong, RB Kalen Ballage, T Zach Sterup, TE Gavin Escobar.JACKSONVILLE-NEW YORK GIANTSJaguars: WR Rashad Greene St., DT Eli Ankou, OL Chris Reed, OL Josh Walker, OL Will Richardson Jr., DE Dawuane Smoot, DT Michael Bennett.Giants: LB Olivier Vernon, LB Tae Davis, QB Kyle Lauletta, CB Michael Jordan, C Evan Brown, C Spencer Pulley, S Kamrin Moore.SAN FRANCISCO-MINNESOTA49ers: WR Richie James Jr., LB Malcolm Smith, OL Erik Magnuson, OL Matt Tobin , DT Jullian Taylor, OT Shon Coleman.Vikings: QB Kyle Sloter, CB Mackensie Alexander, RB Roc Thomas, RB Mike Boone, C Pat Elflein, OL Aviante Collins, DT Jalyn Holmes.CINCINNATI-INDIANAPOLISBengals: WR Cody Core, WR Auden Tate, RB Mark Walton, LB Malik Jefferson, OL Christian Westerman, OT Cedric Ogbuehi, DL Josh TupouColts: WR Marcus Johnson, RB Marlon Mack, TE Ryan Hewitt, OL Le'Raven Clark, OL Denzelle Good, OT Anthony Castonzo, DT Hassan RidgewayTAMPA BAY-NEW ORLEANSBuccaneers: CB Brent Grimes, RB Ronald Jones, OL Mike Liedtke, OL Alex Cappa, WR Justin Watson, DT Vita Vea, OL Adam GettisSaints: G Andrus Peat, WR Cameron Meredith, CB P.J. Williams, DT Taylor Stallworth, DL Mitchell Loewen, OL Will Clapp, TE Dan Arnold.HOUSTON-NEW ENGLANDTexans: WR Will Fuller, WR Kyle Coutee, CB Kayvon Webster, LB Duke Ejiofor, OL Kendall Lamm, DE Carlos Watkins, DE Joel Heath.Patriots: WR Chad Hansen, RB Sony Michel, DB J.C. Jackson Dallas Cowboys T-Shirt , CB Keion Crossen, TE Jacob Hollister, OL Brian Schwenke, DE Derek Rivers.Opposing player of the week: Darius Slay is an elite ball-hawking corner The Dallas Cowboys are gearing up for a crucial game that will have major implications on the rest of the season and, maybe, beyond. Dallas, 1-2, will look to rebound offensively after mediocre showings in two of the Cowboys’ first three games; but a Detroit Lions team, also 1-2, is led by a strong secondary and they are hungry to carry over the momentum that they gained with a win over the New England Patriots.Dallas will likely want to rely on their workhorse running back, Ezekiel Elliott, in the critical week four battle as the Lions are not exactly strong against the run. Detroit is giving up an average of 149.3 rushing yards per game thus far this season — which is the worst in the entire league.The Lions are also giving up the most yards per carry (5.4 Y/A) in addition to giving up the two longest carries of the NFL season through three games — a 66-yard touchdown by Matt Brieda in the week two loss to the 49ers and a 61-yard score from Isaiah Crowell in the team’s week one defeat versus the Jets. Needless to say, Zeke should have plenty of opportunities to feast this Sunday.Knowing their own weaknesses of stopping the run — in addition to the Cowboys’ struggles in the passing game — expect the Lions to make some adjustments and commit eight or nine defenders in the box in an effort to make Dallas one-dimensional. So far, it appears to be questionable to not make Dak Prescott and the Cowboys receivers to beat you — albeit, the Giants came out on the wrong end of that equation in week two.This brings us to our opposing player of the week: Detroit cornerback Darius Slay.Darius Slay has gradually developed into one of the most elite cornerbacks in all of the NFL. The Mississippi State product used a stellar combine performance to make a rise in the 2013 NFL Draft. From there, the Lions have seen their former second-round pick get better each and every season.Slay reached Pro Bowl status for the first time last season after recording a league-high eight interceptions in 2017. The speedy, ball-hawking defensive back added 54 tackles, 26 passes defended, and a fumble recovery during his Pro Bowl season.Slay has a league-high 70 passes defended since 2014 to go along with the 15 interceptions that he has snatched in that time frame. It’s not like Slay is not guarding top competition, either; rather, the stud corner is locking down some of the league’s best receivers. Take a look for yourself: How will the Cowboys attack the Pro Bowl defender this Sunday in AT&T Stadium? Perhaps the smart move will be for Dak to avoid testing his former college teammate and instead look for more favorable matchups. However, as bad as the Lions are at defending the run, the Cowboys’ week four opponent has been good at defending the pass. Detroit, as mentioned previously, are the worst in the league when it comes to stopping opposing ball carriers; however, the same team has been among the best — through three games — at stopping the pass.Matt Patricia’s secondary is only allowing 152 yards through the air per contest this season, which is the least by any team thus far. The Lions have given up five scores through the air, but they have also forced two interceptions. Tom Brady had one of his worst performances of his legendary career last week versus Detroit, completing 53% of his passes for 133 yards with one touchdown and one interception — to, you guessed it:Brady tested Slay on three occasions last Sunday, failing to hit on any of the three pass attempts, including the interception above. Jason Garrett, Scott Linehan, and Dak Prescott have a difficult challenge on their hands when it comes to attacking a Lions defense that features one of the best cornerbacks in all of football. Dak seems excited for the challenge:Darius Slay is legit. Fortunately, the Cowboys should have success exploiting Detroit’s troubles in stopping the run. Will that be enough in getting a win and turning the season around? We will see.
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