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Men’s New Orleans Saints Adrian Peterson Nike Black Game Jersey

Men’s New Orleans Saints Adrian Peterson Nike Black Game Jersey

Adrian Peterson returned to New Orleans Saints camp on Friday during his second bye week of the season (after his second trip to London of the season) for a proper send-off.

Peterson autographed a stack of No. 28 Saints jerseys for his former teammates — one of whom said he had to have one for his “man cave.”

Although Peterson lasted less than six months in New Orleans before being traded to the Arizona Cardinals, he was obviously held in high esteem by his teammates.

Peterson’s family is still living in the New Orleans area, although they’ll relocate soon. And for now, his son Adrian Jr. is still a key member of the star-studded flag football squad coached by Drew Brees.

Adrian Peterson is back with the New Orleans Saints.

For today, at least.

The veteran running back returned to his former team on Friday to visit with some people in the locker room and signed some autographs and jerseys, The Advocate revealed.

Peterson, now with the Arizona Cardinals after his brief tenure with the Saints this season, is enjoying his second bye week of the year as the Cards take Week 8 off. He also had Week 5 off with New Orleans.

The 32-year-old was traded to Arizona on Oct. 10 in exchange for a conditional sixth round draft pick next year after the Saints were unable to implement him into their backfield rotation.

Snaps came few and far between for Peterson, who was seen jawing with head coach Sean Payton on the sideline during their Week 1 game at Minnesota.

Peterson rushed for just 81 yards in four games with New Orleans but in his first appearance for Arizona following his trade ran for 134 yards and two touchdowns. On the year, he has 236 yards and both scores.

What happened to all the Adrian Peterson Saints jerseys?

Well, his former teammates got them signed by the perennial All-Pro on Friday in the locker room.

Peterson was at the Saints facility during his bye week with the Arizona Cardinals, and his former Saints teammates were having him sign his leftover Saints’ jerseys as keepsakes.

The Saints signed the future Hall-of-Famer and running back this offseason prior to drafting breakout rookie Alvin Kamara. Kamara established himself as a factor in the New Orleans offense while Ingram continued to perform as the Saints top back, leaving Peterson with few touches through his first four games with the Saints.

He tallied just 81 yards on 27 carries in those games.

The Saints traded Peterson to the Arizona Cardinals, who had one of the league’s worst rushing attacks prior to Sunday’s game, earlier this month and he dominated in his first

He proved that in his debut with the Cardinals as he rushed 26 times for 134 yards and two touchdowns in a win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Men’s Cincinnati Bengals Andy Dalton Nike Olive Salute To Service Limited Jersey

Men’s Cincinnati Bengals Andy Dalton Nike Olive Salute To Service Limited Jersey

Andy Dalton had about the worst start possible to the 2017 season, throwing four interceptions in the first two games as the Cincinnati Bengals slumped to an 0-2 start. He’s been better since then, tossing seven touchdowns to just two picks in the past three games before the Bengals entered their bye in Week 6.

Dalton is coming off another strong performance, throwing for 328 yards and a touchdown on 22-of-36 passing in a Week 5 win over the Buffalo Bills. He continues to lean on A.J. Green as his favorite target, which is a winning formula as long as Green stays healthy.

Fantasy impact: Dalton is never going to have a consistent fantasy ceiling, which makes him a hard sell as an every-week starter. That said, owners missing Aaron Rodgers and going through the bye weeks could find him useful as a crunch-time streamer.

Dalton doesn’t have a desirable matchup this week, though, with the Pittsburgh Steelers giving up the second-fewest fantasy points to quarterbacks. Dalton is more of a QB2 against an underrated Steelers defense.

Finding a franchise quarterback in the NFL is not easy. For some teams, decades of trying to find the right signal caller can lead a front office into making desperate decisions. Enter the Cincinnati Bengals. After several failed attempts that included names like David Klingler, Jeff Blake, Akili Smith, Jon Kitna and a valiant effort from Carson Palmer, the franchise opted to settle. Enter Andy Dalton.

Through 98 regular season games, Dalton has recorded a total of 58 wins, 38 losses and 2 ties since joining Cincinnati in 2011 and an overall quarterback rating of  89.0. Rather pedestrian numbers when you consider 10 of those wins came against the Cleveland Browns.

So synonymous has Dalton become with the notion of average, a rating concept for quarterbacks was born known as the Dalton Line. If your quarterback is ranked lower than Dalton, the bare minimum of acceptability, it is time to find a new one.

Unfortunately for Bengals fans, Dalton has been far from average when facing Pittsburgh, he has played well below the Dalton Line. Of all the teams in the league, none have beaten him more often than the Steelers, with Dalton winning just three of the 12 games he has appeared in. Discounting the teams he has played a mere handful of times, only the Baltimore Ravens have forced a lower average quarterback rating from Dalton than Pittsburgh.

In those 12 games, only once has Dalton eclipsed his career average quarterback rating. In 2014, he had a performance worthy of a 128.8 rating, but the Bengals still lost 42-21. That game was very much the anomaly and Dalton has recorded five games against the Steelers when his rating did not exceed 65.0.

Dalton has almost matched his touchdowns passes to interception ratio when playing the Steelers at 13 touchdowns to 11 interceptions. Almost good enough for one of each a game and far outside his career ratios based on totals of 149 touchdowns to 87 interceptions. An average of 6.34 yards per pass attempt (YPA) versus Pittsburgh is beaten only by Houston Texans among teams that have played Dalton more than three times.

Even though he has been dominated by Pittsburgh throughout his career, Dalton sees no more significance in a Steelers matchup than any other game he plays in a season.

Perhaps his lackadaisical attitude is to blame in part for his poor efforts in these contest, but in fairness, his lack of talent is more likely the root cause. Despite his terrible record in the AFC North, victories over the Browns aside, the Bengals opted to extend Dalton’s contract through the 2020 season, a sign the front office is prepared to settle at the position for a while longer. Steelers fans can only hope Dalton will see a third contract in Cincinnati.

Oilers shut out Jets in Heritage Classic – wholesale jerseys US

Oilers shut out Jets in Heritage Classic – wholesale jerseys US

Edmonton Oilers goaltender Cam Talbot proved to be wholesale jerseys an unruly guest at the Winnipeg Jets outdoor hockey party.

Talbot made 31 saves for the shutout, the third in 19 regular-season outdoor games, when the Oilers defeated the Jets 3-0 in the 2016 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic at Investors Group Field on Sunday.

“Certainly would have liked to give fans at least one reason to get out of their seats,” Winnipeg coach Paul Maurice said. “We couldn’t do that for them, unfortunately. It was such a spectacular week here, especially for the city of Winnipeg. The game was a tough one.”

Talbot made it difficult for the Jets by holding the fort in the first period, making 10 saves, with the Oilers (5-1-0) trying to find their footing. He has been a part of three outdoor games in the NHL, but this was his first time he saw action.

“I was really excited for this one, obviously, to get a chance to play in my first game,” he said. “The atmosphere was great out there. The ice was in pretty good condition. It was just a heck of a weekend getting to have dinner with the alumni the other night and then have some fun in practice yesterday.

“It’s always a lot of fun for the guys coming out here and getting to play in these games. I was just looking forward to taking it all in and hopefully wholesale sports jerseys authentic come out with a big two points, which obviously we were able to get.”

Talbot, who became a first-time father with the birth of twins Landon Thomas and Sloane Colleen on Wednesday, got his 12th career shutout (119 NHL games).

Center Mark Letestu, defenseman Darnell Nurse and right wing Zack Kassian scored in a span of 7:52 in the second period.

The Jets (2-3-0) are the 15th home team to lose in the 19 regular-season outdoor games played in NHL history. The road team is 14-4-1 and 9-3-0 since the start of the 2013-14 season.

The start of the game was delayed by almost two hours because of the presence of direct sunlight on the ice surface, which presented a potential danger to player safety. The temperature at puck drop was 50.1 degrees.

Letestu made it 1-0 on a shorthanded breakaway at 9:24 of the second period.

Defenseman Dustin Byfuglien misplayed the puck, allowing Letestu to break in alone on Connor Hellebuyck (29 saves) and beat him with a snap shot for the second shorthanded goal in outdoor game history.

“There wasn’t any wow moment when I got the puck; it was more please score,” said Letestu.

Goal of the game

Letestu intercepted a pass by Winnipeg right wing Blake Wheeler and capitalized on a mistake by Byfuglien to score shorthanded.

Save of the game

Hellebuyck made a series of three saves in 11 seconds late in the second period, stopping Leon Draisaitl on back-to-back wrist shots to start the sequence with 2:27 left in the second period.
Unsung moment of the game wholesale nhl jerseys free shipping

A poke check by Ryan Nugent-Hopkins on rookie Patrik Laine in the Jets defensive zone set up Kassian’s goal at 17:16 of the second.

Highlight of the game

Nurse gave the Oilers a 2-0 lead at 11:10 of the second, scoring on a pass from Connor McDavid on a 2-on-1 break eight seconds after Nurse was released from the penalty box.

They said it

“It’s icing on the cake. Going into it you want to enjoy the experience as much as you can, but most importantly, you want to get the two points. When you’re playing well as team and things are going well it’s a fun game to be a part of, especially when you walk away with two points.” — Oilers right wing Zack Kassian on his goal

“I thought in the first period we were the better team. We had some great chances. Cam came up with some great saves. We get a power play in the second and think we can go get the lead and then a bad bounce, a guy gets a breakaway and wholesale hockey jersey they score and then a guy gets out of the penalty box and all of a sudden you’re down 2-0 when you’re thinking you’re playing an alright game.” — Jets center Mathieu Perrault on Edmonton’s first two goals

“I just tried something stupid and they got the puck and scored. It was my mistake and my man. I just want to learn from that mistake and move on.” — Jets right wing Patrick Laine on his turnover that led to Edmonton’s third goal

Need to know

Miikka Kiprusoff of the Calgary Flames (2011 Heritage Classic) and Jonas Hiller of the Anaheim Ducks (2014 Stadium Series) have the other shutouts in outdoor game history. … After finishing with the second-fewest points in the League last season (71), Edmonton (5-1-0) is the first team to reach 10 points this season. … Winnipeg has led for 17:03 in its first five games.