The biggest storyline of the Week 2 matchup between the Bears and Eagles will be the play of rookie quarterback Carson Wentz . "I think it just shows unity, and there's no division that way", Pederson said Saturday. "Each week is a different animal and this is what Chicago can do to you". When asked if he'll join in, Jenkins said, "Most likely". In order to limit those shots, the defensive line needs to get more pressure in the backfield on Jay Cutler than it did on Robert Griffin ...
OLB Elvis Dumervil has 11 1-2 sacks in 10 career games vs. Browns , most against any team. Offensively I'm not ready to say that the Ravens will score a lot of touchdowns quite yet. "My point is eventually they will love me because we're going to win ". When you consider that most pundits (myself included) thought this would be a routine win for the Ravens , the early deficit was a huge shock.
That happens in tennis and sport sometimes. Now tasked with serving out the set, he was unable to do so, Gasquet breaking on his third chance of the game. After Coric failed to serve out the second set, Gasquet erased a 3-1 deficit in the tiebreak. As with the ninth game, he couldn't hang on as Gasquet stormed back with five straight points to take a 6-3 lead.
For good measure, Murray sent down his fastest ever serve of 141mph (226.9km/h) at the end of a set where he allowed Dimitrov just five points on his service. Dimitrov wasn't at his best, but there might not be anyone in the world who would have been able to beat the No. 2 seed Monday night. Earlier this year, he was on the brink of retirement after undergoing three wrist surgeries.
However, England were unable to sustain the pressure as Mohammad Rizwan and the dependable Wasim calmly took the team past the finish line. They lost wickets at regular intervals and even though opener Jason Roy powered his way to 87 and Ben Stokes batted supremely for his 75, England could and should have scored more.
Both defenses showed up more than anyone would have guessed, holding the explosive offenses in check. And the Saints' defense wasn't ideal - they allowed Eli Manning to throw for 368 yards, including a spectacular 34-yard catch by Victor Cruz on third-and-8 to set up the game-winning field goal.