01/17/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Zack Pierce / Source: FOX Sports
The Packers outlasted the Cowboys, 34-31, on Sunday in the best game of the playoffs so far. It was a bitter disappointment for a top-seeded Dallas team that had its sights set on a Super Bowl bid. More
01/16/2017 by PeekYou Team
Source: FOX Sports
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Aaron Rodgers didn’t need another Hail Mary this time.
Maybe just call it a ”Half Mary.” More
12/24/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Washington Post / Source: Washington Post
NFL Week 16
The New England Patriots moved closer to securing homefield advantage and another AFC team rescued its playoff hopes from jeopardy in thrilling fashion on Christmas Eve, but the Cleveland Browns may have produced the most memorable game of the day against the San Diego Chargers. More
11/28/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Jeremy Bergman / Source: NFL.com
1. Gary Kubiak’s decision to let kicker Brandon McManus attempt a game-winning 62-yard field goal with just over a minute to go in overtime might come back to bite him come late December. McManus missed what would have been a career-high wide left, giving Kansas City a short field to execute a game-winning drive. Given the opportunity to punt deep on fourth-and-10 and settle for a tie, Kubiak instead rolled the dice, as his division-leading compatriot, Jack Del Rio, would do. The losing result drops the Broncos two games behind the Raiders and one game behind the Chiefs in the AFC West. A tie would have kept Denver and Kansas City locked at 7-3-1 and still in the immediate playoff picture. But as the sun sets on Week 12, the Broncos are on the outside looking in, replaced by the surging Dolphins in the sixth seed.
2. The absence of Jeremy Maclin has limited Kansas City’s offense in many respects, but one positive to be drawn from his hiatus is the emergence of Tyreek Hill as an offensive threat and a name-brand fireball. Hill was responsible for all three of Kansas City’s touchdowns, earning them with a reception, a rush and a punt return. The rookie’s breakaway speed was a known commodity — Hill reached a max speed of 22.77 mph on his return score, a league-best — but Hill’s catching ability and route running have improved, showing up on his game-tying receiving TD…
11/27/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Ryan Dunleavy | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com / Source: NJ.com
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Here’s the AP recap:
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Trace McSorley completed 17 of 23 passes for 376 yards and four touchdowns and No. 8 Penn State beat Michigan State 45-12 to win the Big Ten East on Saturday.
Penn State (10-2, 8-1 Big Ten, No. 7 CFP) edged No. 2 Ohio State for the East title, setting up a conference championship game against West winner Wisconsin next week in Indianapolis. The Nittany Lions beat Ohio State24-20 at home Oct. 22.
McSorley set single-season school record for total offense and sparked the Nittany Lions with multiple deep passes in the second half when Penn State outscored Michigan State 35-0.
He threw a 34-yard touchdown pass to Chris Godwin down the sideline on Penn State’s first second-half possession and followed it with a 45-yarder to Mike Gesicki on the next drive. Godwin got loose down the middle minutes later and McSorley hit him in stride for 59 yards to give Penn State a 31-12 lead and cap a 21-point third quarter.
Andre Robinson added 14- and 40-yard touchdown runs in the fourth quarter for Penn State, and Saquon Barkley scored on a 1-yard run in the second. Barkley left in the third quarter with an apparent right leg injury and did not return.
Tyler Davis added a second-quarter field goal for Penn State.
Michael Geiger kicked four field goals for the Spartans (3-9, 1-8), the last giving Michigan State a 12-10 halftime lead.
Penn State: The Nittany Lions will get another shot to impress the selection committee in the Big Ten championship game. As for a shake up right now, the question is how far will No. 3 Michigan fall having lost two of its last three, including a double-overtime game at Ohio State.
THE BIG PICTURE
Michigan State: The Spartans’ run of nine straight seasons with a bowl appearance under Mark Dantonio was snapped weeks ago. Their chance to play spoiler was hindered by more…
11/22/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Josh Alper / Source: nbcsports.com
Bengals kicker Mike Nugent had a big hand in The Day the Kickers Couldn’t Kick Straight.
Nugent missed two of the 12 extra points that kickers around the league missed in Week 11 action and those misses loomed large in a 16-12 loss to the Bills that saw the Bengals trying to score a touchdown on their final drive of the game. They also continued a trend of shaky work from Nugent…