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ity (NCAA) R 6-1 191 2015 Hudson Fasching M
24.05.2018, 03:58 AM
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ity (NCAA) R 6-1 191 2015 Hudson Fasching M
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The New York Giants have clinched another losing season.It could cost coach Tom Coughlin his job.The Jacksonville Jaguars turned two second-half fumbles into touchdowns and capped the biggest comeback in franchise history with Josh Scobees 43-yard field goal in the final minute on Sunday. The 25-24 victory ended Jacksonvilles four-game losing streak and extended New Yorks skid to seven games.The Giants (3-9) are now guaranteed their second losing season in as many years. And getting beat by one of the NFLs worst teams — not to mention blowing a 21-0 lead in the game — surely wont help Coughlins chances of sticking around for a 12th season.I know they are going to get it right, Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul said. This is a great organization and they will make right moves to complete this team. My main concern is to keep fighting and finish strong. Its never over.This game appeared over at halftime.The Giants dominated the early going, scoring 21 points in the second quarter and looking as though they would notch their first victory since early October.But New York and Jacksonville played like different teams after the break. The Giants managed just 75 yards in the second half and fumbled three times, the first two leading directly to touchdowns.Josh Browns 33-yard field goal put the Giants back in front 24-22 with 3:26 to play. But Jaguars rookie Blake Bortles completed four passes and gained 11 and 20 yards on identical keepers, setting up Scobees winner.We have to find a way to finish games and get wins, Giants linebacker Devon Kennard said. Its not like we dont have a talented group and not hungry for a win. There are close games coming down to the last drive, and we are just not finishing. We have to find a way to finish games and get wins.The Giants had one final chance to win, but Manning fumbled on first down.It was New Yorks fourth late-game collapse in as many weeks. Losing to Seattle, San Francisco and Dallas seems more acceptable, especially compared to Sundays flop in Jacksonville.Its a loss that we feel we should have won, Coughlin said. Weve done this too many times. We just helped somebody beat us. Instead of forcing them to beat us, we helped them. ... Im upset with everything. And Im upset with me. I start with me.Here are some things to know about the game:___GETTING DEFENSIVE: The Jaguars scored two defensive touchdowns in a game for the first time in franchise history. Linebacker Geno Hayes forced Eli Manning to fumble in the third quarter, and teammate J.T. Thomas recovered in the end zone to cut the lead to 21-10. The Jaguars forced another turnover in the fourth when rookie cornerback Aaron Colvin returned Larry Donnells fumble 41 yards for a score and a 22-21 lead.JENNINGS HURT: Giants running back Rashad Jennings was THE story in the first half. He ran for 65 yards and two touchdowns in his return to Jacksonville, helping stake New York to a 21-0 lead. But Jennings wound up on the losing end and spent the fourth quarter on the sideline with an ankle injury. Its frustrating, and I dont know an English word to explain the way we feel, he said.LEES BEST: Jaguars receiver Marqise Lee had the best game of his rookie season. The second-round draft pick from USC caught six passes for 75 yards, including a 30-yard touchdown in the third quarter. It was a welcomed performance for the Jaguars, who will play the rest of the season without leading receiver Allen Robinson (foot).INJURY BUG: Playing without starting defensive linemen Cullen Jenkins and Mathias Kiwanuka and starting right tackle Justin Pugh, the Giants lost some of their backups Sunday. Defensive end Robert Ayers (pectoral), linebacker Terrell Manning (ankle) and offensive tackles Geoff Schwartz (ankle) and James Brewer (concussion) left the game. Coughlin said Schwartz has tendon damage.ALUMNI WEEKEND: Mark Brunell, Jimmy Smith and Keenan McCardell were among nearly 50 former Jaguars in attendance for Alumni Weekend. The third annual event was even more special because former Jaguars coach Tom Coughlin was around for the reunion. For Smith, it was his first trip back to the stadium since at least 2009. The franchises career leading receiver spent time in jail and under house arrest for drug charges in Mississippi. The minute that you think youve got it whipped, thats when youre going to be whipped, Smith said. I just take it day by day, one at a time, and keep a good, spiritual relationship.___AP NFL website: and . Cleveland released the troubled wide receiver on Wednesday, an expected ending after Bess was arrested in January for assaulting a law enforcement officer at an airport and other bizarre behaviour. . The White Sox said Wednesday they acquired left-handed pitching prospect Sean Bierman and infielder Ben Kline, who both played at Class A this season. The White Sox dealt Crain to Tampa Bay on July 29. -- Thirty years ago, the Detroit Pistons beat the Denver Nuggets 186-184 in triple overtime, a game that remains the highest scoring in NBA history. .com) - The red-hot Los Angeles Kings take aim at an eighth straight victory on Monday night as they wrap up a road trip versus the Calgary Flames. . - All-Pro quarterback Aaron Rodgers looked spry enough in pregame warmups Sunday for Green Bays divisional playoff game against Dallas. Canada | Czech Republic | Denmark | Finland | Germany Russia | Slovakia | Sweden | Switzerland | United States Goaltenders PLAYER TEAM C HT WT DRAFT Thatcher Demko Boston College (NCAA) L 6-3 192 VAN 2014 (36th) Brandon Halverson Sault Ste. Marie (OHL) L 6-4 190 NYR 2014 (59th) Alex Nedeljkovic Plymouth (WHL) L 6-0 192 CAR 2014 (37th) Defence PLAYER TEAM SH HT WT DRAFT Forwards PLAYER TEAM SH HT WT DRAFT JT Compher Michigan (NCAA) R 5-11 185 BUF 2013 (35th) Chase DDe Leo Portland (WHL) L 5-10 175 WPG 2014 (99th) Jack Eichel Boston University (NCAA) R 6-1 191 2015 Hudson Fasching Minnesota (NCAA) R 6-2 188 LA 2013 (118th)* John Hayden Yale (NCAA) R 6-3 210 CHI 2013 (74th) Dylan Larkin Michigan (NCAA) L 6-0 192 DET 2014 (15th) Anthony Louis Miami, Ohio (NCAA) L 5-7 160 CHI 2013 (181st) Auston Matthews U.dddddddddddd. Under-18 (USHL) L 6-0 199 2016 Sonny Milano Plymouth (OHL) L 5-11 185 CBJ 2014 (16th) Tyler Motte Michigan (NCAA) L 5-10 185 CHI 2013 (121st) Nick Schmaltz North Dakota (NCAA) R 6-0 172 CHI 2014 (20th) Alex Tuch Boston College (NCAA) R 6-3 220 MIN 2014 (18th) Miles Wood Noble and Greenough (HS) L 6-1 195 NJ 2013 (100th) * Has since been traded to the Buffalo Sabres ' ' '
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