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Los Angeles Chargers running back
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Los Angeles Chargers running back

Melvin Gordon was out for the second straight game Womens Sheldon Rankins Jersey , due to an MCL sprain in his right knee.Austin Ekeler started in place of Gordon on Sunday against Cincinnati, with rookie Justin Jackson, who gained 62 yards during the second half of last week's comeback win at Pittsburgh, slated for plenty of playing time.The Chargers were without nose tackle Brandon Mebane for a third straight game, as he cares for his newborn daughter. The visiting Bengals were missing two key starters on defense: cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick (ankle) and linebacker Vontaze Burfict (concussion).In other Week 14 lineup news around the league:鈥?With James Conner out for Pittsburgh because of an ankle injury, Jaylen Samuels and Stevan Ridley were in line for the bulk of the work in the backfield for the Steelers against Oakland.鈥?San Francisco is missing two key skill-position players, running back Matt Breida (ankle) and wide receiver Pierre Garcon (knee), against Denver. The Broncos lost cornerback Chris Harris Jr. (broken leg) and wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (ruptured Achilles tendon) to major injuries last week.鈥?The depleted Arizona wide receiver group got thinner with the loss of Chad Williams, who aggravated a hamstring injury late in the week and was inactive for the game against Detroit.鈥?Dallas left tackle Tyron Smith was active for a key NFC East showdown against Philadelphia, after missing the previous two games with a neck issue. The first- Cowboys, however, held linebacker Sean Lee out for a fifth straight week with a hamstring injury. Eagles defensive tackle Tim Jernigan was inactive again with a back issue after being listed as questionable on the injury report. Jernigan has played just one game this season, two weeks ago.From the earlier games:鈥?Miami's Danny Amendola played against New England, his former team, after sitting out the last game because of a knee injury.鈥?Baltimore put quarterback Joe Flacco on the inactive list for the fourth straight game, despite his return to practice this week with the expectation he would serve as Lamar Jackson's backup at Kansas City. Instead, Flacco rested his hip injury with Robert Griffin III as the second-stringer behind Jackson.鈥?The New York Giants traveled to Washington without star receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who stayed home with a quadriceps injury. The Redskins were in worse shape, with guard Tony Bergstrom (knee/ankle) the latest offensive lineman to be sidelined鈥?Green Bay was down three starters on the offensive line against Atlanta: left guard Lane Taylor (foot), right guard Byron Bell (knee) and right tackle Bryan Bulaga (knee/illness).鈥?Indianapolis had T.Y. Hilton suited up against Houston, despite a shoulder injury that kept him out of practices this week, but fellow wide receiver Dontrelle Inman was out with a shoulder injury.鈥?Carolina played at Cleveland without kicker Graham Gano, whose knee injury forced the Panthers to sign replacement Chandler Catanzaro, kicked a 59-yard field goal to beat the Browns in overtime earlier this season for Tampa Bay. Browns rookie cornerback Denzel Ward remained in concussion protocol after getting hurt last week, with Terrance Mitchell activated to make his first start after missing eight games with a broken right wrist.鈥?Sam Darnold returned for the New York Jets after a three-game absence because of a foot injury, setting up a matchup of first-round draft pick quarterbacks in Buffalo against Josh Allen. The Jets had running back Isaiah Crowell (toe) and wide receiver Robby Anderson (ankle) back. They were questionable on the injury report.Here's the full list of inactives for the late-afternoon games:CINCINNATI-LOS ANGELES CHARGERSBengals: CB Dre Kirkpatrick, CB Tony McRae, LB Vontaze Burfict, OT Cedric Ogbuehi, OT Cordy Glenn, WR Josh Malone, DE Kasim EdebaliChargers: CB Trevor Williams, RB Melvin Gordon, DE Chris Landrum, C Cole Toner, TE Sean Culkin, WR Dylan Cantrell, NT Brandon MebaneDENVER-SAN FRANCISCOBroncos: LB Shaquil Barrett, CB Tramaine Brock, CB Chris Harris, LB Brandon Marshall, LB Jeff Holland, DE DeMarcus Walker, OL Nico Falah49ers: RB Matt Breida, WR Pierre Garcon, S Jaquiski Tartt, CB K'Waun Williams, OL Erik Magnuson, OL Shon Coleman, DL Sheldon DayDETROIT-ARIZONALions: WR Brandon Powell, CB Teez Tabor, RB Kerryon Johnson, LB Devon Kennard Womens Mark Ingram Jersey , LB Trevor Bates, DE Kerry Hyder Jr., OL Andrew DonnalCardinals: WR Chad Williams, LB Deone Bucannon, CB Quinten Rollins, CB Dontae Johnson, DE Vontarrius Dora, OL Zack Golditch, TE Darrell DanielsPHILADELPHIA-DALLASEagles: QB Nate Sudfeld, CB Avonte Maddox, CB Chandon Sullivan, LB Jordan Hicks, T Jordan Mailata, G/T Matt Pryor, DT Tim JerniganCowboys: QB Mike White, WR Tavon Austin, LB Sean Lee, LB Chris Covington, TE Geoff Swaim, DL David Irving, DE Taco CharltonPITTSBURGH-OAKLANDSteelers: RB James Conner, T Marcus Gilbert, QB Mason Rudolph, S Marcus Allen, OT Zach Banner, LB Olasunkanmi Adeniyi, DE L.T. WaltonRaiders: DT Maurice Hurst, OL Kelechi Osemele, LB Kyle Wilber (hamstring), RB C.J. Anderson, WR Keon Hatcher, CB Montrel Meander, T Justin MurrayEarly-afternoon games:ATLANTA-GREEN BAYFalcons: K Giorgio Tavecchio, FB Ricky Ortiz, CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson, LB Bruce Carter, T Matt Gono, TE Logan Paulsen, DT Justin ZimmerPackers: QB Tim Boyle, CB Natrell Jamerson, G Lane Taylor, OL Byron Bell, T Bryan Bulaga, LB Kendall Donnerson, DL James LooneyBALTIMORE-KANSAS CITYRavens: QB Joe Flacco, WR Jordan Lasley, S Tony Jefferson, FB/DL Patrick Ricard, OLB Tim Williams, OL Alex Lewis, DT Zach SielerChiefs: SS Eric Berry, OL Kahlil McKenzie, WR Kelvin Benjamin www.neworleanssaintsteamonline.com , WR Sammy Watkins, RB Charcandrick West, OL Jimmy Murray, TE Deon YelderCAROLINA-CLEVELANDPanthers: K Graham Gano, CB Lorenzo Doss, WR Mose Frazier, DE Marquis Haynes, RB Travaris Cadet, LB Andre Smith, DT Vernon ButlerBrowns: QB Drew Stanton, DB Denzel Ward, DB Phillip Gaines, OL Austin Corbett, OL Desmond Harrison, DL Chad Thomas, DL Carl DavisINDIANAPOLIS-HOUSTONColts: TE Mo Alie-Cox, OL Le'Raven Clark, WR Dontrelle Inman, C Ryan Kelly, S Mike Mitchell, DT Hassan Ridgeway, RB Jonathan WilliamsTexans: WR Keke Coutee, WR Vyncint Smith, RB D'Onta Foreman, CB Deante Burton, OL Zach Fulton, DE Carlos Watkins, DE Joel HeathNEW ENGLAND-MIAMIPatriots: DB Duke Dawson Jr., CB Keion Crossen, DL Keionta Davis, OL James Ferentz, DL Danny Shelton, TE Dwayne Allen, DE Derek RiversDolphins: QB David Fales, CB Xavien Howard, C Jake Brendel, G Isaac Asiata, T Zach Sterup, DE Jonathan Woodard, WR Isaiah FordNEW ORLEANS-TAMPA BAYSaints: WR Brandon Marshall, LB Manti Te'o, C Will Clapp, DL Mithcell Loewen, T Terron Armstead, TE Dan Arnold, DE Trey HendricksonBuccaneers: QB Ryan Griffin, WR DeSean Jackson, S Justin Evans, CB Carlton Davis II, S Isaiah Johnson, LB Riley Bullough, DT Rakeem Nunez-RochesNEW YORK GIANTS-WASHINGTONGiants: WR Odell Beckham Jr., QB Alex Tanney New Orleans Saints T-Shirt , DB Tony Lippett, DB Kenny Ladler, C Evan Brown, TE Garrett Dickerson, DT John JenkinsRedskins: QB Colt McCoy, RB Samaje Perine, RB Kapri Bibbs, LB Ryan Anderson, C Demetrius Rhaney, OL Tony Bergstrom, DL Caleb BrantleyNEW YORK JETS-BUFFALOJets: CBs Derrick Jones and Jeremy Clark, OL Ben Braden, WR Deontay Burnett, DL Folorunso Fatukasi, DL Bronson Kaufusi, QB Davis WebbBills: QB Derek Anderson, CB Taron Johnson, TE Jason Croom, DE Mike Love, WR Da'Mari Scott, OL Vladimir Ducasse, OL Ike Boettger Well that one felt good, didn’t it?It was another roller coaster of an adventure with plenty of ups and downs along the way, but while the game was far from perfect, there were far more “ups” than “downs” for the New Orleans Saints. Here are a couple that stood out.Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY SportsUp: Sheldon RankinsBig Sheldon Rankins has been playing like a man among boys all season long, but the stat sheet hadn’t quite filled out the way I’m sure he’d like.That changed this week as Rankins came up with two huge sacks against Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings, including a monster bull rush where he practically tackled the center into the quarterback. If Rankins can continue to build on performances like he had this week against an admittedly shaky offensive line, the Saints defensive front could get real good real fast.Photo by Adam Bettcher/Getty ImagesUp: Timely TurnoversWith Eli Apple starting over Billy Bando Ken Crawley, and Marshon Lattimore slowly playing like the 2017 Defensive Rookie of the Year, we fully expected PJ Williams to get targeted early and often in the Vikings passing attack.Williams fell victim to Adam Thielen more often than not, but when his team needed him the most, PJ was there for a couple of big plays. First, he was there to put his helmet on the ball and force a Thielen fumble when it looked like the Vikings were about to extend their lead before halftime. Instead, Lattimore scooped up the fumble and the Saints were the team to punch it into the end zone before halftime.Then, on the Vikings first drive in the second half, Lattimore punched the ball out of Laquon Treadwell’s hands for a big stop on fourth down, leading to a turnover on downs.On the very next Vikings drive, there was some miscommunication between Cousins and Stefon Diggs, which led to another big play from PJ:And there were other near-turnovers in the game as well. Marcus Williams made a great play in the end zone for a near pick late in the game, and earlier in the night, the Saints 2018 first round draft had his presence felt as well.Brad Rempel-USA TODAY SportsUp: Marcus DavenportMarcus Davenport had himself a great game in Minnesota.His first of two sacks on the game was originally ruled a sack-fumble, but the all was overturned on replay as the replay showed Cousins’s knee on the ground before Davenport was able to pry the ball out of the QB’s hand. On his second sack, you could see Davenport again sniffing the football, trying to bat the ball out of Cousins’s hand on the sack.The Saints have been smart with their use of Davenport to start the season, but if he continues to make strides like this, his playing time could shoot through the roof.Brad Rempel-USA TODAY SportsUp: Wil LutzSure, there were plenty of other plays or moments that could qualify as a “Down” this week, or even others that deserve an “Up,” but Wil Lutz deserves recognition here.He nailed three deep field goals in Minnesota, one of which helped to practically seal the game as it put the Saints up by three possessions, 30-13. Lutz also nailed every extra point attempt.Not since the days of peak-Garrett Harley have I felt this comfortable with the Saints kicking situation. ‘atta boy, Lutz.
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