Dec 22

No Seahawks players will be suspended for actions vs. Jaguars

No Seattle Seahawks players will be suspended for their actions at the end of Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, although the NFL is still reviewing the melee under the standard process, a league official told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Jack scored a season-high 19 points for a Knicks team that had lost six of eight, including a 116-104 defeat at Atlanta on Nov. 30.

This struggle can’t continue. Things fall apart; the (man behind the) center will not hold. Each franchise needs to fix its quarterback issues to even consider a return to postseason contention.

Tannehill, when healthy, is an above-average quarterback. He’s the man who guided Miami to its first playoff appearance in seven years thanks to 2016’s 10-6 campaign. He’s also played only 13 games over the last two seasons due to knee injuries and will be 30 during the 2018 season. In a division where beating the Patriots is paramount to postseason success, he’s gone just 2-5 against New England in non-Week 17 affairs. He’s never played in a playoff game.

The tight end called a meeting with the offense earlier this week to address its woeful performance over the last two weeks. In 23 combined drives against the Eagles and Falcons, Dallas (5-5) has scored just one touchdown and produced a measly 16 points.

“It was a good visit,” Witten said of the meeting (via “I think our guys understand what the task is and where we are in the season. Look, we’ve seen what we’re capable of doing. This offense, we know we have the right guys, the right players and the right coaches. So there is a lot of confidence that comes from that. You know, you just have to play better.”

Dak Prescott didn’t use the absence of Ezekiel Elliott and Tyron Smith as an excuse Sunday after a 37-9 loss to the Eagles. He will get Smith back against San Diego, but still plans to be accountable for the team’s performance.


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