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Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is expected to make his first start in six games because of an injured throwing shoulder when Miami visits the Indianapolis Colts.Tannehill will be without tight end A.J. Derby Youth Customized New Orleans Saints Jerseys , who will miss his sixth game since Sept. 23 with foot and knee injuries. Nick O'Leary is starting in his place.Colts center Ryan Kelly is out with a sprained ligament in his left knee.Arizona's Budda Baker, who is fourth among defensive backs with 73 tackles, is inactive for the Cardinals' game against the Chargers in Los Angeles. It is the second straight game the second-year defensive back has missed due to a knee injury.Broncos inside linebacker Brandon Marshall missed his third consecutive game with a knee injury while Pittsburgh's Chukwuma Okorafor started in place of right tackle Marcus Gilbert, who missed his fifth straight game with a knee injury.In the early games, Tom Brady started at quarterback for the New England Patriots after he had been listed as questionable for their game against the Jets with an illness and a sore knee. He also had his favorite target back as tight end Rob Gronkowski was active after he missed the Patriots' last two games with ankle and back injuries.The Jets got wide receiver Robby Anderson back after he missed New York's last game two weeks ago with an ankle injury. Left guard James Carpenter was out with a shoulder injury and starting safety Marcus Maye was also sidelined with shoulder and thumb injuries.Two of the league's top wide receivers were inactive with Bengals star A.J. Green out for the third straight game with a toe injury and the Panthers' Devin Funchess out with a back injury.The Panthers did catch a break with veteran wide receiver Torrey Smith returning from a four-week absence due to a knee injury, while the Seahawks had top wide receiver active after Doug Baldwin had been called a game-time decision by coach Pete Carroll because of a groin injury.Jaguars defensive tackle Marcell Dareus was inactive due to a back injury, missing his first trip back to Buffalo since the Bills traded him to Jacksonville last season.Bills tight end Charles Clay missed his second game due to a hamstring injury, while rookie Wyatt Teller started his second consecutive game at left guard in place of Vladimir Ducasse.Lamar Jackson started again for Baltimore in place of injured quarterback Joe Flacco, and running back Alex Collins was inactive for the Ravens' game against Oakland with a foot injury.Here are the inactives for Sunday's games:PITTSBURGH-DENVERSteelers: RT Marcus Gilbert (knee), DE Stephon Tuitt (elbow), QB Mason Rudolph, WR Justin Hunter, S Marcus Allen, LB Matthew Thomas, OT Zach BannerBroncos: ILB Brandon Marshall (knee), S Dymonte Thomas (ankle), S Shamarko Thomas, ILB Alexander Johnson, DE DeMarcus Walker, G Sam Jones, G Nico FalahMIAMI-INDIANAPOLISDolphins: QB David Fales, WR Jakeem Grant, G Isaac Asiata, C Wesley Johnson, OT Zach Sterup, DE Jonathan Woodard, TE A.J. DerbyColts: TE Mo Alie-Cox, OL Denzelle Good, TE Ryan Hewitt, C Ryan Kelly, DT Hassan Ridgeway, TE Erik Swoope, RB Jonathan WilliamsARIZONA-LOS ANGELES CHARGERSCardinals: QB Charles Kanoff, WR Chad Williams, LB Deone Bucannon www.thesaintsfootballauthentic.com , S Rudy Ford, S Budda Baker, OL D.J. Humphries, OL Colby GossettChargers: CB Trevor Williams, CB Jeff Richards, DE Chris Landrum, C Cole Toner, OT Trent Scott, G Forrest Lamp, NT Brandon MebaneNEW ENGLAND-NEW YORK JETSPatriots: TE Dwayne Allen, S Nate Ebner, DL Keionta Davis, OL Matt Tobin, DB Duke Dawson, DE Derek Rivers, OL James FerentzJets: QB Sam Darnold, LG James Carpenter, WR Deontay Burnett, S Marcus Maye, WR Rishard Matthews, CB Derrick Jones, OLB Jeremiah AttaochuNEW YORK GIANTS-PHILADELPHIAGiants: DE Kerry Wynn, QB Kyle Lauletta, DB Tony Lippett, S Kamrin Moore, C Evan Brown, WR Jawill Davis, DT John JenkinsEagles: LB Jordan Hicks, CB Sidney Jones, CB Avonte Maddox, CB Jalen Mills, G Matt Pryor, RB Darren Sproles, QB Nate SudfeldOAKLAND-BALTIMORERaiders: DE Fadol Brown, WR Martavis Bryant New Orleans Saints T-Shirt , CB Leon Hall, G/T Denver Kirkland, LB Emmanuel Lamur, T Justin Murray, OL Ian SilbermanRavens: QB Joe Flacco, RB Alex Collins, WR Jordan Lasley, LB Tim Williams, CB Tavon Young, G/T James Hurst, DT Zach SeilerCLEVELAND-CINCINNATIBrowns: QB Drew Stanton, WR Da'Mari Scottj, DB Juston Burris, OL Desmond Harrison, TE Pharaoh Brown, DL Chad Thomas, DL Carl DavisBengals: WR A.J. Green, LT Cordy Glenn, WR Josh Malone, CB Dre Kirkpatrick, LB Nick Vigil, DL Christian Ringo, DL Kasim EdebaliSEATTLE-CAROLINASeahawks: RB C.J. Prosise, C Joey Hunt, G Jordan Simmons, DE Branden Jackson, DT Poona Ford, LB K.J. Wright, CB Kalan ReedPanthers: WR Devin Funchess, RB Kenjon Barner, G Amini Silatolu, G Brendan Mahon, DE Efe Obada, RB Travaris Cadet, LB Andre SmithJACKSONVILLE-BUFFALOJaguars: DT Marcell Dareus New Orleans Saints Hats , WR DJ Clark Jr., CB Quenton Meeks, DE Lerentee McCray, OL Josh Walker, OL Corey Robinson, OL RB Dave WilliamsBills: QB Derek Anderson, WR Ray-Ray McCloud, CB Ryan Lewis, TE Charles Clay, OL Vladimir Ducasse, OL Ike Boettger, OL Conor McDermottSAN FRANCISCO-TAMPA BAY49ers: LB Reuben Foster, WR Pierre Garcon, G Joshua Garnett, WR Marquise Goodwin, RB Alfred Morris, T Shon Coleman, D.J. JonesBuccaneers: QB Ryan Griffin, LB Lavonte David, S Justin Evans, CB M.J. Stewart, RB Ronald Jones II, S Godwin Igwebuike, DT Rakeem Nunez-RochesGame Balls from the Saints 33-18 capture of New York The New Orleans Saints won their third straight game, and second consecutive on the road, with a 33-18 victory over the New York Giants on Sunday. With the win, the 3-1 Saintsmove into sole possession of first place in the NFC South over the idle Carolina Panthers. New Orleans won without having to rely on statistically strong performances from quarterback Drew Brees or wideout Michael Thomas. The Saints instead got an improved performance from their struggling defense. They allowed the Giants just 239 yards after their initial scoring drive, sacking Eli Manning 3 times, forcing two turnovers, and controlling the Giants playmakers. New Orleans still left some points on the board in the first half, and the Saints complimentary targets still have not shown a consistent ability to produce if Thomas or Kamara are controlled. Nevertheless, New Orleans still had control of the game throughout the final three quarters. Here are the game balls from this important conference win on the road. Alvin Kamara Brad Penner-USA TODAY SportsKamara takes his weekly place among our game ball recipients with his best rushing output of the season. He carried the ball 19 times for 134 yards and a team record tying three rushing touchdowns. He also added 47 yards receiving on a team-high five receptions. Kamara's 181 total yards were nearly 47% of the Saints total output for the day. The New Orleans game plan again called for attacking the defense on the perimeter with their rush attempts, hoping to get their second year superstar in space. Kamara also showed the ability to pick up tough yards between the tackles as well against a rugged New York defense. When more special teams buffoonery from Ted Ginn Jr. caused the Saints to be pinned at their 3-yd. line in a one score game, it was Kamara that saved the game. He would have four carries for 61 yards on a 6-play, 97-yd. march New Orleans Saints Womens Hoodie , and clinched the game on a 49 yard touchdown dash over the right side. Demario Davis Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY SportsDavis' play is improving with each week, and is showing why his free agent addition this offseason had so many excited. The team's leading tackler had 11 more stops this game, including 2 tackles for loss, and 2 monstrous second half sacks on blitzes up the middle. Davis led a defensive charge that hurried and harassed Giants quarterback Eli Manning all afternoon, as well as controlling Saquon Barkley, the talented rookie running back. Outside of a 28-yd. rush due to broken outside containment, Barkley averaged only two yards per rush, and was held to 100 total yards on 16 touches. Davis has added athleticism to an improved New Orleans linebacking corps, and looks to be emerging into a playmaker for the defense. Taysom Hill Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY SportsThe "swiss army knife" of the New Orleans team is more of a trick gadget than a primary offensive weapon, but one that seems to make plays on a weekly basis. Hill completed a pass to Justin Hardee on a fake punt that led to the Saints first score, and would have had his first career touchdown pass later in the first half, if not for a Kamara drop at the goal line. He also caught a pass, provided some key blocks in short yardage, and rushed for 28 yards. He is the team's second leading rusher on the season, and coach Sean Payton has been showing increasing confidence with his play calls when Hill is in the game. Taylor Stallworth and Tyeler Davison Photo by Elsa/Getty ImagesThe Saints were expected to pressure Manning with an outside rush from Cam Jordan and Marcus Davenport against New York's struggling offensive tackles. While both Jordan and Davenport had solid games, recording multiple tackles for loss, it was the play of the Saints interior line that dominated. Davison returned to the lineup after missing the last two games with injury. He, Stallworth, and Sheldon Rankins stonewalled the Giants inside run attempts all afternoon, and provided good push on the New York pass pocket. Stallworth and Davison combined for five tackles, but also allowed the Saints linebackers to flow freely through the play to create havoc for the New York offense. Davison's 4th quarter sack of Manning forced a fumble that was recovered by Stallworth, and sealed an important road victory for the defending NFC South champions. Marshon Lattimore Photo by Al Bello/Getty ImagesWhen you scoop up a fumble and are on the way to a sure touchdown, only to get pushed out of bounds by one of the slowest quarterbacks in the league, you may not be worthy of a game ball. Still, Lattimore provided exemplary pass coverage and physicality all afternoon. He was primarily responsible for holding Odell Beckham Jr. to just 59 yards in five catches, including minus four yards in the first half, visibly frustrating the Giants star. Fellow corner Ken Crawley still had his struggles, and New York wideout Sterling Shepard caught 10 passes, a touchdown, and a 2-pt. conversion, but the Saints secondary prevented any big plays over the top. Lattimore, last season's defensive rookie of year, will need to continue this kind of lockdown, physical performance if the New Orleans pass defense is going to repeat it's 2017 success. Custom Buffalo Bills Jerseys

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