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Women’s New York Jets Jamal Adams Nike Green Color Rush Legend Jersey

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In the run-up to the 2017 NFL draft, there was one prospect who I couldn’t watch enough of. It may have been the big hits, the excellent positioning or the exemplary leadership, but everything about this player led me to believe that he’d made an immediate impact, and go on to have a remarkable NFL career. That player was of course Jamal Adams and it just so happened that the Jets jumped all over him when he unexpectedly fell into their laps.

I’ve been watching all season and he’s done nothing to make me believe that my pre-draft thoughts should be either tempered or changed. He passes the eye-test on a weekly basis, he’s always around the football, he rarely makes mistakes and his communication is obvious for all to see. Eye’s can be misleading, we all know that. So I reached out to Pro Football Focus to get their evaluation of Jamal and here’s what I found out.

In his rookie year, Jamal Adams has recorded a 78.2 grade, ranking him 36th of 84 qualified safeties. His 84.5 grade in run defense ranks 9th out of 81 qualified safeties and his 79.0 grade in coverage ranks him 35th of 86 qualified safeties. In the past two weeks, he’s ranked 9th among 72 qualified safeties in overall grade. Needless to say, that’s pretty impressive for a rookie, hell that’s pretty impressive for a safety full-stop.

It doesn’t just stop there however. Through 10 games this season, he has generated 13 run stops on defense. That may not sound like a massive amount, however no rookie safety has ever had that many run stops through their first 10 games in over a decade. He’s also generated 5 total pressures, which again doesn’t sound like a lot… but that’s actually tied for the 4th most among qualified safeties.

I think we all appreciated that Jamal Adams is a great player, however this just puts it into context a little bit.

Not only is he performing on the field, he’s also proving extremely popular off the field. In the Dicks Sporting Goods jersey report, he has the 8th best selling jersey among defensive players in the NFL. He has the 45th best selling jersey overall and the 6th best selling rookie jersey.

The Jets are building something special on defence and Jamal Adams is the keystone that will hold it all together.

Here’s a look at the first-half impact of the Jets’ draft class:

Jamal Adams, S, first round: A starter from day one, Adams hasn’t disappointed. He’s a complete safety, but he’s better in the box, where he can blitz and make plays against the run. The former LSU star has two sacks and two fumble recoveries. He’s tough, smart and fearless. Aside from a few hiccups in pass coverage (three touchdowns), Adams has lived up to expectations. By next year, he’ll be the leader on defense. Grade: Near perfection.

Marcus Maye, S, second round: Maye is on his way to breaking the franchise’s long history of second-round busts. He’s the ideal complement to Adams because he’s at his best in the deep post. Another starter from day one, Maye (two interceptions) takes proper angles and rarely gets caught out of position. The coaches love his awareness. He’s also not afraid to go downhill and deliver the wood to a runner on the second level. Grade: Near perfection.

ArDarius Stewart, WR, third round: The Jets play mainly three receivers, and Stewart (four catches) hasn’t been able to crack the top three. The physical talent is there, especially when he has the ball in his hands, but he must improve his blocking and his overall awareness. He’s the primary kickoff returner, but has yet to make a big play. For the second-guessers: The Jets picked Stewart over running back Kareem Hunt, who went seven picks later to the Kansas City Chiefs. Grade: Below average.

Chad Hansen, WR, fourth round: This has been a frustrating year for Hansen, who needed some time to overcome an offseason knee injury. He’s a man without a role and that won’t change — now or in the future — unless he elevates his game. He has no targets in 75 offensive snaps. Grade: Below average.

Jordan Leggett, TE, fifth round: He suffered a knee injury in the preseason and never got right, finally landing on injured reserve last week. He never got on the field. Leggett was inconsistent in training camp and has a long way to go before he can be a regular contributor. Grade: Incomplete.

Dylan Donahue, OLB, fifth round: He played only four games before landing on IR because of an elbow injury, but the Jets like his upside. He managed to record four quarterback hits in a limited role as a pass-rusher, displaying a relentless motor. He was the same on special teams. In fact, he was injured while blowing up a defender on a punt return. Grade: Average.

Elijah McGuire, RB, sixth round: He has had one sensational moment — a 69-yard run in which he displayed better-than-advertised speed. For the most part, he has worked as the No. 3 back, picking up scraps here and there. McGuire is a versatile player who deserves a bigger role as the twilight of the season approaches. They need to find out about him for the future. Grade: Average.

Jeremy Clark, CB, sixth round: Basically, this is a medical redshirt year. After a major knee injury last fall, Clark was drafted with the idea that he’d spend the season on the non-football injury list. Grade: Incomplete.

Derrick Jones, CB, sixth round: He, too, is redshirting, but it has nothing to do with an injury. Jones had limited experience as a corner in college, so he’s extremely raw and will need time to develop. He was drafted because of his size (6-foot-2) and athletic traits. Grade: Incomplete.

Steelers Women’s #84 Antonio Brown Black Stitched Elite Jersey

Steelers Women’s #84 Antonio Brown Black Stitched Elite Jersey

Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham Jr. might sit out Friday’s Steelers-Giants preseason game at MetLife Stadium, but Brown expects Beckham to push him in the NFL receiver hierarchy this season.

Brown, 29, who’s close with Beckham, 24, knows both players are up to the challenge.

“Everybody’s coming …That’s what makes the game competitive and amazing,” Brown told ESPN. “A guy like Odell Beckham is a game-changing guy, trying to unlock the codes. One of my close friends. I always tell him, keep coming.”
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Brown says he and Beckham are constantly critiquing each other’s games, including sharing personal videos of their offseason receiving work — “little stuff, sending clips so we can see each other,” he said.

Brown has a personal videographer who often films his workouts, which usually make their way onto social media platforms.

Beckham, Julio Jones and Brown are widely considered the game’s three best receivers. Brown is aiming for a fifth consecutive 100-catch season, which hasn’t been done in NFL history.

“If you want to be the best, you have to strive to be the best and sponge off everything,” said Brown of the learning process with Beckham.

Brown added he can’t detail the notes he shares with Beckham, but that “we share information” on how receivers best get open.

Both players understand that criticism comes with the job of a high-profile star, Brown said. Beckham has faced scrutiny for his impatience during games, while Brown navigated an ill-advised Facebook Live locker-room post after a playoff win in Kansas City.

Brown calls Beckham a “mature guy” who doesn’t need advice on how to handle himself. For now, Brown is busy working on route combinations with Ben Roethlisberger, whom Brown calls “a general.”

“You’ve got to stay tuned. We’re working on some good stuff,” said Brown of his work with Roethlisberger. “He’s a warrior, he’s a general. Grateful to play with him.”

When it comes to making himself a better football player it seems there is no limit to the lengths that Pittsburgh Steelers Antonio Brown. Much like teammate James Harrison, Brown spends countless hours and thousands of dollars every season just on specialized training and recuperation. And what is Brown’s latest training secret? Gymnastics.

Brown shared these snaps of he and one of his team working as part of a gymnastics class consisting of them and a large group of girls ranging from around five years old to early teens. And this was far from the first time this offseason he’s done it.

Now, we say this is a workout, but there’s always a chance this is just Brown’s overly elaborate plan for his next touchdown celebration. Maybe he’s going to score and then work in a roundoff, back handspring into his dance.

But regardless of why he’s doing it, you know he’s going to work hard. Everything Brown does, he puts 100 percent of himself into it. For all we know he’s going to try out for the next summer Olympics. Don’t bet against him if he does.

Detroit Lions’ late TD doubles sportsbook’s loss wholesale jerseys

Detroit Lions’ late TD doubles sportsbook’s loss wholesale jerseys

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Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford’s 35-yard heave to wholesale jerseys Anquan Boldin for a touchdown with 13 seconds to play didn’t impact the outcome of the Lions’ 31-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night, but it was anything but meaningless in Las Vegas. According to NBC broadcaster Al Michaels, it was “overwhelming.”

Stafford’s touchdown pass pushed the game over the total of 50.5.

With the Packers leading 31-17, Michaels, known for his veiled sports betting references during broadcasts, said the score was “just a little bit under where some folks would like to see this one wind up.”

As Stafford’s pass went into the air, Michaels said, “A few hearts are beating across the country right now,” and then he quipped “that was overwhelming” after Boldin hauled in the touchdown among a host of Green Bay defenders.

The play produced a mixed reaction at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. Out in the book, bettors who had the over erupted. Back in the sportsbook offices, bookmakers groaned.

“I can safely say that it doubled our losses,” SuperBook vice president Jay Kornegay said. “I didn’t throw anything last night and I didn’t curse, but I definitely bowed my head, shook my head.”

It was a tough ending to an overall successful day for Las Vegas sportsbooks. Jason Simbal, vice president of risk for sportsbook operator CG Technology, said the late Detroit touchdown cost his shop around $150,000.

“We were going to lose either way [on Packers-Lions],” Simbal said in a text message, “but that score made it $120,000-$150,000 worse football wholesale jerseys.”

At William Hill’s Nevada sportsbook, 65 percent of the money and 74 percent of the bets were on the over. The Lions’ late touchdown also brought teasers on the Lions back into play, adding to the damage for the books.

Jay Rood, MGM’s vice president of race and sports, said the late touchdown was “really bad” for his shop, calling it “typical” for this football season, which hasn’t been as profitable as usual for Nevada’s books.

Nevada sportsbooks won $19.1 million in November, according to gaming control numbers released last week. It was the 40th consecutive month the books have come out ahead, but it was a significant decrease (55.17 percent) from last November.

The books won $6.64 million on football, both professional and college, in November, a 77.13 percent decrease from last season wholesale jerseys for cheap.

In the first three months of football’s regular season, the books were up $73.64 million, down 12 percent from the same three months in 2015.

Approximately $1.02 billion was bet on football youth sports jerseys wholesale at Nevada books from September through November this year, $80 million less than the same three-month stretch last season and the lowest amount since 2012.

Wholesale Jerseys: Sixers’ Jahlil Okafor in a sophomore slump?

Wholesale Jerseys: Sixers’ Jahlil Okafor in a sophomore slump?

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No. 1: Jahlil Okafor in a sophomore slump? — There’s a young big man wholesale jerseys who ’s slowly capturing the imagination of starved basketball fans in Philly, but enough about Joel Embiid. The forgotten big man in Philly, with all due respects to the injured Nerlens Noel, is Jahlil Okafor. The No. 2 overall pick two summers ago isn’t seeing improved production this season, which the Sixers counted on after his somewhat rocky transition from college a year ago. Here’s Bob Cooney of the Philadelphia Daily News on the enigmatic second-year center:

The reactive fans in this city, as most are, go right to Okafor’s defensive struggles and insist, for now, that his isn’t a place easily found on this team and that he is the team’s most valuable trade commodity. Okafor undoubtedly has struggled, mightily at times, at the defensive end. He knows it. The coaches know. The fans know it. But there is so much more to it all than just saying it’s time to ship him. That is just too reactive and narrow-minded, for now. And when viewing this organization, that isn’t the proper lens too look through.

In Okafor, the team has a wonderfully talented offensive player who possesses the footwork and post moves rivaled by few others in the NBA for a man his size (6-10, 275). That part of his game has always been there. That is a big reason why he was a college recruit in eighth grade; the reason he has been the best player at his age since anyone can remember. And it’s an area that can still use improvement. See, Okafor never had to run a pick-and-roll before; giving it to him and clearing out is what was done for him in high school, on the U.S. national team and during his one season at Duke.

Defense was passable in high school simply because Okafor was so much bigger and stronger, and smart enough to know how to use his talent. Rarely was he relied upon at Duke for stoppages or much rebounding; mostly, he had to stay out of foul trouble.

That is how stars are treated, and Okafor has always been that. Now, however, he finds himself as an NBA backup to one of the most electrifying players this town has seen in quite some time in Embiid.
It’s a big difference for me and something that I’m trying to adjust to,” said Okafor, who scored 10 points in 27 minutes in the Sixers’ 105-89 loss to Chicago on Friday night. “I haven’t even played a full NBA season, and I’m already trying to adjust to something new. I’m trying to get it down. I know the fans, they want everything to come right away, and I understand where they are coming from. I’m going to work as hard as I can to make it happen as soon as possible.

“With me, there’s a lot that goes into the role that I’m playing – with Joe not being able to play some nights or more than 24 minutes on others usa jerseys wholesale.

Once his restriction is off and we have the opportunity to play together, I’m anxious to see how it all plays out.”

Perhaps it will play out that way. More likely, it could be a case of Embiid getting his 30 minutes, Okafor relieving him and the two getting some time on the floor together. Seeing Okafor display displeasure at a lack of minutes because of Embiid’s play isn’t a bad thing. It means he wants to be out on the court. The next step is to do everything possible to ensure that, which directly points to his play at the defensive end.

No. 2: Evan Turner looking to get on track in Portland — To say that Evan Turner’s transition from blue collar worker in Boston to highly-paid sub in Portland has been rough is an understatement. Turner hasn’t found his groove in the Blazers’ system and at least initially looks like a poor fit. The Blazers thrive on 3-point shooting, which he doesn’t do well at all, and low-post rebounding, which he does fine for a swingman. There’s an urgency to put Turner in a thriving role but so far the results are mixed at best. Turner spoke recently with Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe and sounded upbeat nonetheless:

The thing Evan Turner said surprised him about Portland? The rain. Turner said he was unaware that it rained so much in Oregon, despite being in the Pacific Northwest location and its proximity to Seattle.

Like in his other NBA stops, it’s taking time for Turner to adjust to Portland, which signed him to a four-year, $70 million deal this summer after two successful seasons with the Celtics. Turner earned $3.42 million last season in Boston, and he’s making $16.3 million this season in rainy Portland. Hence his decision to leave, despite his attachment to the Celtics.Through 17 games for the Trail Blazers, the versatile Turner was averaging 8.6 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 2.6 assists, and shooting 40.4 percent from the field. Eventually he’ll catch on, but it will be on Turner Time.

“I was just excited about the Trail Blazers and how they ended [last season], and obviously the money was great as well, so I thought it was a great mixture,” he said. “I think the culture here is good and we’re going to keep getting better and better and hit our stride.”

Turner revived his career in two years in Boston. Celtics coach Brad Stevens helped Turner discover his calling as a ballhandling forward who could score, rebound, and distribute the ball. After years of trying to shake the tag of being a flame-out in Philadelphia, Turner became comfortable in his own skin and found happiness with the Celtics’ roster of journeymen and afterthoughts from other organizations.

“I was most definitely comfortable there,” he said.

“Going through certain situations where there were coaches who didn’t comprehend my game and I wasn’t always in position to be comfortable sometimes. When you finally find that mixture of great basketball and off-the-court [things], you definitely don’t take it for granted.”

The Celtics have missed Turner in terms of offense and team chemistry. They could use a player besides Isaiah Thomas who is capable of hitting a key jumper down the stretch or pulling down a big rebound. Perhaps it was what he experienced in Philadelphia or even at Ohio State, but Turner was fearless in Boston. He played with no hesitation and no regrets.Turner chose to wear No. 1 with the Trail Blazers.

No. 3: A labor primer from the expert wholesale jerseys for cheap– When it comes to the nuances of the labor agreement, few are as well versed as Larry Coon, the guru of collective bargaining. The next labor contract between NBA owners and players is nearly done with regard to most money issues, but there are still remaining issues to be settled. One of the key issues will be free agency; Coon believes there’s a push to limit the freedom of certain players, especially the superstars from leaving their teams. Here’s his take on what’s probably coming soon, maybe before the All-Star Game:

Here are three issues the two sides appear to be addressing in the next CBA, according to media reports over the past month or so.

1. Slowing down the formation of super-teams

Durant leaving the Thunder for the Warriors sent shock waves through the entire league. It shouldn’t have been so easy for a team to win so many games and then sign a recent MVP in his prime without touching the core of its roster. But because the stars aligned just right in 2016, that’s exactly what happened.
2. Making restricted free agency less restrictive

Restricted free agents have always been akin to second-class citizens. They don’t enjoy true freedom of movement, because their prior teams can match any contract they sign, which puts the brakes on their departure.

And because of the three-day window to match a contract offer, teams are hesitant to make offers to restricted free agents. They often feel they can’t risk tying up their cap room for three days in the crucial free agency period, only to have their offer matched — not only do they miss out on the free agent, but other free agents are getting signed in the meantime.
It appears the new agreement will feature several rule changes aimed at leveling the playing field for restricted free agents. Teams will be able to sign them to offer sheets as early as July 1, while unrestricted free agents will still have to wait several more days until the end of the July moratorium. The window to match an offer will be shortened to 48 hours, and teams will no longer be able to scare off other teams by proclaiming they will match any offer game jerseys wholesale, then wait the entire match period before pulling the trigger.

3. Taking the D-League to the next level

The sides are making a number of changes to increase the value of the D-League as a true minor league. Some D-League salaries will rise from their current $19,000 — $26,000 to a much healthier $50,000 — $75,000.

The league will introduce two-way contracts, in which the player will earn a higher salary when he’s with the parent NBA club and less when he’s playing for the D-League affiliate. The league also will add two additional roster spots for two-way contracts.