#1 I would probably just tell them, 'Go home and have a Scotch.' von panxing18 22.11.2018 05:03

So Indianapolis Colts Hoodie , Aaron Rodgers was asked, what do you say to your Green Bay Packers teammates after winning just one of the season's first three games?His reply: "That's what I'm going to do."Sounds about right.Things have not gone all that well for Rodgers and Co. so far, and as the Packers (1-1-1) look ahead to hosting the Buffalo Bills next week, there is plenty to work on."We've got to clean our own house," coach Mike McCarthy said. "It's sloppy right now."That was certainly the case in a 31-17 loss at the Washington Redskins on Sunday, when Green Bay fell behind 14-0 and trailed 28-10 at halftime after giving up TD drives of 74, 75, 79 and 98 yards.Among McCarthy's laments were his team's 11 penalties for 115 yards — including three for pass interference on one drive — and the most-discussed among those flags was linebacker Clay Matthews' for roughing the passer after he sacked Alex Smith late in third quarter."Unfortunately, this league is going in a direction that a lot of people don't like. I think they're getting soft. The only thing hard about this league is the fines they levy down on guys like me that play the game hard," Matthews said. "Maybe now pass rushers, guys getting after the quarterback, you'll just have to attack the ball."The Redskins (2-1), meanwhile, head into their bye with some positive momentum they hope to maintain when they travel to play at the New Orleans Saints on Oct. 8 after the early break."The big thing is just to stay focused, stay humble and move forward Youth Customized Indianapolis Colts Jerseys ," Redskins coach Jay Gruden said. "Handle the bye week like pros and come back ready to roll."Here are things we learned about the Packers and the Redskins moving forward:PETERSON'S STILL GOT ITA week after gaining 20 yards on 11 attempts, Adrian Peterson went for 120 yards on 19 runs with a pair of 2-yard TDs. He's 33, but he still can carry a team. "He fell into our lap at a critical time," said Gruden, whose club signed Peterson after rookie Derrius Guice tore up his knee in the preseason. "We needed a player, and he was there for us. He is everything as advertised."A-ROD'S KNEERodgers said he expects to start against Buffalo after again dealing with an injured left knee, which he hurt in Week 1. He wore a bulky brace on his left knee against Washington, and he came up hobbling a bit after some plays where he moved around in the pocket or scrambled for a gain. "I got a little banged up," said Rodgers, who was 27 for 44 for 265 yards passing with two TDs, "but finished the game." Added Rodgers: "It can be painful at times moving around, especially lateral movement. But I'm going to be out there if I'm up to it and try and get this thing back turned the right direction with a win next week."UP-AND-DOWN 'D'The Redskins' defense continues a potentially difficult stretch when it takes on Saints QB Drew Brees next, after taking on Rodgers and Colts quarterback Andrew Luck the past two games. Cornerback Josh Norman characterized his unit's inconsistency this way: "It's kind of like, 'Wow! All right. OK! Ugh. All right. OK. Finally. Let's go!' It's been that kind of thing, like: Up. Down. Up. Down. Have great days, have bad days. I don't know. We find our niche at one point and then we come back down. Then we find it again. It's a seesaw."WORK IN PROGRESSGreen Bay is still trying to get its offense going in the right direction. There were several key drops that stood out and a ground game that was limited to 15 carries for 87 yards by running backs. That included six attempts for 42 yards by Aaron Jones www.coltsauthorizedshops.com , who returned to action after missing the first two games while suspended for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy. "We're a work in progress on offense. We've got to keep finding ways to get Davante (Adams) more attempts and Jimmy (Graham) more involved. We've got to find the run game, too, because we have three talented backs," Rodgers said. "We need to start a little faster. We haven't been starting fast in games." Week 9 begins with a classic matchup of “who will lose but win the No. 1 pick,” as this year’s 49ers and Raiders squads are among the bottom-feeders of the league. However, this could be a fun, high-scoring game as Kyle Shanahan faces off against his former employer and boss Jon Gruden. Two creative offenses should have everyone betting the over for tonight’s game.For the 1 o’clock slate on Sunday, a couple of fun division matchups highlight the first portion of games. Steelers and Ravens, a classic rivalry, kicks off in Maryland, while the Detroit Lions will try and slow down the offensive threats of Kirk Cousins, Adam Theilin and Stefon Diggs. Elsewhere, two Texas Tech teammates at one point in their collegiate careers in Baker Mayfield and Pat Mahomes square off in Cleveland. Amid all the firings in the Browns organization, this is a tough first game for Greg Williams in his first game at the helm.A red-hot LA Chargers team travels to Seattle to take on the run-first offense of the Seahawks and Chris Carson. Philip Rivers and crew will try to space out the Seattle D with their number of talented receivers and put points on the board. Deshaun Watson, looking in prime form as of late, hits a Denver team that’s 1-5 since starting the year off at 2-0.One of the two outstanding games of the week pits possible the top two teams in the NFC Indianapolis Colts Womens T-Shirt , if not the entire league, against each other down in New Orleans. Sean McVay and his illustrious offense take on Sean Payton, Drew Brees and their own offensive greatness.Everyone’s eyes have been glued to the main course of Week 9, where Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady will meet on the field for just the second time in their outstanding careers. Brady has an offensive scheme and coaching staff made to dissect the Packer defense, but Rodgers always has the magic to pull off the craziest of upsets.Thank God for some of the amazing matches on Sunday, because Monday’s test between Tennessee and Dallas has the making of a snore-fest. The Cowboys are expected to debut newly acquired wide receiver Amari Cooper, but these two 3-4 teams have failed to find any consistency through the first half of the year.Certainly an interesting week for game picks. With two staff members at the top and a few approaching a tie, let’s check out this week’s picks from your Stampede Blue staff.Chris Shepherd: 67-38 / Brett Mock: 67-38 / Stephen Reed: 63-42 / Andrew Aziz: 63-42 / Chris Blystone: 62-43 / Elliot Denton: 60-45 / Jared Malott: 61-44 / Matt Danely: 43-33 / Zachary Hicks: 38-36 / Blake Pace: 19-9Thursday 8:20 pm ETRaiders (5) @ 49ers | Contrarians: Stephen Reed, Andrew Aziz, Chris Blystone, Zachary HicksSunday 1:00 pm ETFalcons (5) @ Redskins | Contrarians: Chris Shepherd, Brett Mock, Blystone, HicksBroncos @ VikingsSteelers (8) @ Ravens | Contrarians: BlystoneFalcons (5) @ Redskins | Contrarians: Shepherd, Mock, Blystone Indianapolis Colts Hats , HicksChiefs @ BrownsJets @ Dolphins (5) | Contrarians: Shepherd, Blystone, Elliot Denton, HicksBears @ BillsBuccaneers @ PanthersSunday 4:05 pm ETChargers (7) @ Seahawks | Contrarians: Shepherd, BlystoneTexans @ Broncos (6) | Contrarians: Denton, Malott, Blake PaceSunday 4:25 pm ETRams (5) @ Saints | Contrarians: Aziz, Blystone, Malott, PaceSunday 8:20 pm ETPackers @ Patriots (5) | Contrarians: Denton, Malott, Hicks, PaceMonday 8:15 pm ETTitans @ Cowboys (8) | Contrarian: HicksWhat are your picks for Week 9?

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