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Breakfast: Cooper Kupp avoids the worst, but...

Breakfast: Cooper Kupp avoids the worst, but…

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– Eagles – Commanders (21-32): Philadelphia finished off by its mistakes

[podcast] Debrief S10: the Vikings go mad

Cooper Kupp avoided the worst

Cooper Kupp (WR, Rams) will miss playing time, but he is not badly injured in the ankle. He suffers from a sprained ligament, according to ESPN.

However, he is a serious candidate for the injured list, and even in an optimistic version he will miss several weeks of competition. When he returns, will there still be time to save the Los Angeles season?

Deshaun Watson ready to join his teammates on the pitch

Since October 10, Deshaun Watson (QB, Browns) is allowed to attend team meetings and practice at Browns facilities. From Wednesday, he will be able to find his partners on the ground. He will not return to competition until December 4, against his former team, the Texans. The management of the Browns has already announced that he will become the de facto holder in place of Jacoby Brissett.

“We are working on a plan to get him ready to play,” Kevin Stefanski (HC) announced Monday according to ESPN. ” […] Whatever we do with Deshaun will not be at the expense of preparing Jacoby. »

The Saints ready to change quarterback?

Back to James Winston? In any case, Andy Dalton seems less and less secure.

“I think we will watch everything. Yes, I think we will watch everything. We’re going to have that process this Monday and Tuesday as we prepare for the Rams,” Dennis Allen told reporters on Monday.

Bruce Irvin not happy with the pitch in Munich

For several weeks, some players have been asking for natural lawns, which would be less violent for their joints. On Sunday, the Buccaneers and Seahawks had natural grass in Munich. Bruce Irvin? Not a fan.

“The NFL made us fly 10 hours to play on a rotten field, it’s crazy,” exclaimed the Seahawks player on Twitter.

injuries

Zach Ertz (TE, Cardinals) could see his season ended with a knee injury, although ESPN announces that the cruciate ligament is not affected. Several US media have already announced that his season should end, Kliff Kingsbury announced to the press on Monday that his player will seek a second opinion.

– Touchdown in the hip against the Seahawks, Leonard Fournette (RB, Buccaneers) shouldn’t miss playing time. According to ESPN, he will use Tampa Bay’s rest week to recover and return to face Cleveland in Week 12.

Jerry Jeudy (WR, Broncos) injured his ankle against the Titans, and although medical tests have not been completed Nathaniel Hackett (HC) said he is optimistic that he thinks his receiver has avoided the worst. NFL Media announces an upcoming muscle strain and MRI. Nothing serious either Graham Glasgow (C), shot in the shoulder. Longest absence for K’Waun Williams (BC)who had to undergo knee arthroscopy and is expected to miss at least four weeks, according to 9News.

Randall Cobb (WR, Packers) could return for Thursday night’s game against the Titans. Hit in the left ankle in week 6, he is eligible to come off the injured list. Matt LaFleur (HC) announced that he will be able to participate in team activities this week and that the decision will be made quickly regarding the advanced game. (ProFootballTalk.com)

– NFL Media announces that Caleb Farley (BC, Titans) is under evaluation for a back injury following the game against the Broncos. The outside winger is going to consult a specialist and could miss playing time. He could suffer from a herniated disc.

– The season of Otito Ogbonnia (DL, Chargers) is finished. The lineman, chosen in the fifth round of the last draft, injured his quadriceps. Probable end of the season also for Christian Covington (DL), who suffers from a pectoral tear, announced his coach on Monday. (ESPN)

They are placed on the injured list and will miss at least 4 games: Emmanuel Ogbah (DE, Dolphins), Avonte Maddox (CB, Eagles), Donte Jackson (CB, Panthers)

They come off the injured list : DJ Reader (DT, Bengals), Rodarius Williams (CB, Giants), Max Mitchell (OT, Jets)

Transactions

– Former first-round pick cut by the Chargers, Jerry Tillery (DT) was recovered on the waiver by the Raiders. According to ESPN, eight teams (Lions, Panthers, Colts, 49ers, Jets, Giants, Chiefs) in total would have claimed Tillery, but Las Vegas had the highest priority thanks to its record.

They are promoted from the reserve team: Nathan Gerry (LB, Commanders), Jaret Patterson (RB, Commanders), Mario Goodrich (CB, Eagles), Henry Mondeaux (DL, Giants),

The main signatures of the day: D’Eriq King (QB/WR, Panthers, PS), James O’Shaughnessy (TE, Vikings, PS), Malcolm Brown (RB, Rams)

The main cuts of the day: Eno Benjamin (RB, Cardinals), Devery Hamilton (OT, Giants), Justin Layne (CB, Giants), Will Holden (OT, Giants)

In short

– Matt LaFleur (HC, Packers) confirmed at a press conference that the club is reassessing the role of punt takerAmari Rodgers. The returner has lost 4 fumbles this season.

Justin Fields (QB, Bears) is based on the record for yards run by a quarterback held by Lamar Jackson (QB, Ravens). With 749 rushing yards in 10 games, Fields could top Baltimore’s 1,206 yards set in 2019, but Jackson himself is on course to renegotiate upwards to a new benchmark mark this year. On your marks…

Mark Davis: “No problem with Josh McDaniels”

Another week in the NFL and another setback for the Raiders. The club now emerges with a 2-7 record after the loss to Indianapolis. On the carpet, Josh McDaniels (HC) confirmed that he understands the frustration and uncertainty of his situation, but continues his effort to turn the team around.

Mark Davis, the owner, says his head trainer is safe for 2023.

“As for Josh, I have no problem,” Davis told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. “I’m getting to know him better. When you get someone to sign a contract, don’t you expect them to complete the contract? I appreciate Josh. I think he does a fantastic job. That’s why I hired him. We’ve done a thorough search and believe we’ve found the person who will lead the Raiders to glory. »

The kiss of death?

Jeff Saturday hopes more former players will have the opportunity to become coaches

The appointment of Jeff Saturday as the Colts’ interim head coach has surprised fans and gamers alike. recruitment of head coaches in league clubs. Especially since he won his first match, a double victory in itself.

“Part of the reason I took this job was just that,” Saturday told NBCSports. “I hope many former players will have the same opportunity as me. I was at ESPN when Aaron Boone was there, and two days later he became the general manager of the Yankees. And basketball? I’ve seen all these guys have opportunities. As I told the team, my leadership is my main quality. I talked to Tony Dungy, Jim Caldwell [NDLR : anciens HC des Colts]. These are the two men who have influenced me the most. They both told me to work on my past as a player, like the leader I was back then. You have to build on the things you do extremely well. And that’s uniting people. I told the staff, I told the players, my job is to give them the means to be the best possible. »

Jim Irsay, he relishes. On Twitter, the owner split a message rejoicing in the result of his team and hitting those who criticized him.

Lovie Smith: ‘It’s not the time to change quarterbacks yet’

In ten weeks of competition the Texans have won only once, and by the admission of Lovie Smith (HC) the team does not score enough points to be successful. However, the head coach of Houston does not yet plan to change his quarterback despite the difficulties encountered by Davis Mills (holder). His alternatives? Call on Kyle Allen or Jeff Driskel (reserve team).

“I just think it’s not the time yet, it’s as simple as that,” Smith said at the press conference.

Arthur Smith: “If we had to change quarterbacks, I would tell you”

No, the time for Desmond Ridder (QB, Falcons) has not yet come. Arthur Smith (HC) confirmed at a press conference on Monday that Marcus Mariota (QB) remains the starter for the Atlanta attack. For the technician, there is no “quarterback controversy” in the team.

“If we had to change quarterbacks, I would let you know,” Smith replied to the team’s website. “You would see him in training. There was never any controversy, ever,” the coach told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “I don’t understand it – I mean I understand people asking the question, but lose two games in five days and everyone starts to panic. […] We are in the middle of the season. We’re not where we want to be, but the reality is that we’re in the middle of the playoff race with a conference opponent coming to us to play a game we need to win. »

Bill Belichick would like to expand the video review for the last two minutes

During the epic game between Buffalo and Minnesota, the Bills had only a few seconds to cross the field and snatch an extension at the end of the fourth quarter. A contentious reception from Gabriel Davis (WR, Bills) was not reviewed by the referees, a situation where only the zebras can intervene, during the last two minutes of the game. Asked about this action on WEEI, Bill Belichick (HC, Patriots) think coaches should be able to call a review even when the automatic timeout has passed.

“(Davis’ reception) could have been reviewed by the referees since it took place in the last two minutes. Either it was not the case or they were wrong, but we should be able to intervene in this situation,” said the New England coach. “In my opinion, this is an example of action that a team should be able to review if it wishes, and if it still has a challenge available. »

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