#1 So, donít expect six touchdowns every week, but von miaowang123 18.11.2019 09:09

Montreal, QC (SportsNetwork.com) - Duron Carters 23-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter was the difference, as the Montreal Alouettes clinched a playoff berth with a 17-14 decision over the Toronto Argonauts on Sunday, their sixth consecutive win. Jonathan Crompton finished just 13-of-26 for 251 yards for the Alouettes (9-8), while Carter recorded career highs of 181 yards and 11 receptions, including the winning score. I should have had more. I felt I had played a bad game, but were finally a good team heading into the playoffs, Carter said. It feels like a completely different season from the first half of the schedule. Were on the high road now and we feel great. Tyrell Sutton added 135 yards and a TD on 23 carries for Montreal, which can win the East Division by beating Hamilton in next weeks regular-season finale. Ricky Ray was 26-of-35 for 209 yards for the Argonauts (7-10), while Steve Slaton contributed 55 yards rushing on 13 tries and nine catches for 52 yards in defeat. Toronto needs to beat Ottawa and have Montreal beat Hamilton in order to reach the postseason. Crompton connected with Carter for a 23-yard touchdown and the Alouettes moved ahead by a 17-14 score with just over five minutes left in the contest. The Argos chances to come back took a hit with 2:38 to play when Ray exited with a suspected shoulder injury. The turning point in the game was that third quarter. We were only able to manage a field goal when we had the wind at our backs, said Argos coach Scott Milanovich. We had good field position a couple times as well. Swayze Waters 21-yard field goal was the lone score of the opening quarter. Montreal had moved Sean Whyte into range on its initial possession, but he pushed a 45-yard try wide right. Suttons 17-yard scamper early in the second pushed the hosts in front 7-3, then a single and a Mitchell Gale pass to Mike Bradwell from one-yard out gave the Argos an 11-7 edge just before halftime. Waters connected from 25 yards out in the third and the Argos took a seven- point lead. Whyte booted a 45-yard field goal early in the fourth and the Als were within 14-10. Game Notes S.J. Green added 63 yards on a pair of receptions for Montreal ... Trevor Harris subbed for Ray and finished the game 1-of-4 for eight yards ... Torontos Chad Owens posted nine catches for 54 yards. Air Max 90 Essential White . - After three days of light, make that very light, workouts, Team Irvin and Team Carter are ready for tonights Pro Bowl. Air Max 90 Black Gold . "I dont know where we would be without him," McClendon said. "Hes done a tremendous job for us and (Wednesday) was no different." 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The 23-year-old Poland international is back as first choice at Arsenal after losing his regular spot in the team on occasions over the last three seasons.Each week, TSN.ca Fantasy Editor Scott Cullen and NFL Editors Ben Fisher and Mike Hetherington discuss three hot fantasy football topics. Which recent breakout RB is more legitimate, Mark Ingram or Denard Robinson? Cullen: Iím going to go with Ingram being more legitimate. Itís taken him three unimpressive NFL seasons to get where he is this year, and if the Saints could be convinced to give Ingram feature-back touches, then that should mean a good prognosis for the future, both this season and beyond. Saying that, Iím more excited about Robinson, who has made the transition from college quarterback into a suddenly valuable fantasy running back. Both guys are 24, so they should have years of strong production ahead of them, but the safer play is Ingram, who plays on a better team and has more track record at the position. Fisher: Ingramís had the best two weeks of his career and convinced a lot of owners heís worth starting the rest of the year. But has he convinced Sean Payton? Ingramís lone impediment could be losing carries to Pierre Thomas and Khiry Robinson as they get healthier. Still, I feel Ingramís the safer choice over Robinson because of the offences each is in. Even if Ingram is splitting carries three ways, the Saints have nearly three times as many touchdowns on the ground as Jacksonville. Hetherington: Iíll go with the explosive play of ďshoelaceĒ Robinson, simply because he has the coaching staff fully behind him. Ingram is likely to start sharing touches once again when Khiry Robinson and Pierre Thomas return from injury, while Robinson is firmly entrenched as the No. 1 in Jacksonville. Although Ingram is the more talented back, Robinson is the safer play and therefore the more legitimate RB1. Who is the better fantasy WR, DeSean Jackson or his replacement as No. 1 in Philadelphia, Jeremy Maclin? Cullen: Up to this point in the season, it was Maclin, who has been one of the top handful of fantasy wideouts, but the worm may be turning in this equation. Jacksonís first half was spread over three quarterbacks, with Kirk Cousins and Colt McCoy filling in when Robert Griffin III got hurt. RGIII is back and should be a safer bet to keep Jackson productive. On the other hand, Maclin has racked up most of his yardage with Nick Foles at quarterback and while Maclin had a great game last week, even once Mark Sanchez came into the game, this is still Mark Sanchez and I wouldnít want to have my wide receiver value tied to a quarterback with Sanchezís history. Fisher: A question muddied somewhat by each playersí unccertain quarterback situation throughout the year, Iíll go with the guy in the better offence.dddddddddddd While they have almost identical receiving yards totals, Maclin has twice as many touchdowns as Jackson in the first half of the season. This answer changes quickly if both Robert Griffin and Mark Sanchez revert to their 2012 selves. Hetherington: Jackson likely has higher upside each week as a deep threat but Iíll go with the safer start of Maclin, whoís been a machine over the past two weeks. Maclin is clearly the top option in the passing game in Philadelphia, while Jackson is fighting for catches with Pierre Garcon. The current Eagle also gets the edge in touchdowns; heís doubled Jacksonís output so far this season (8 to 4). Though I give Maclin the slight edge, both are legitimate fantasy WR1s. Can you imagine if they both were still in the city of brotherly love? That would be what Larry Fitzgerald calls a Ďchampagne problem.í Were the past two weeks just a hot streak for Ben Roethlisberger or has he proven heís a legit QB1? Cullen: Can it be both? Obviously, the last two weeks are so far beyond reasonable expectations for a starting quarterback Ė historic, even Ė and thatís inflated Roethlisbergerís value. At the same time, itís also some evidence that the Steelersí passing game has found a rhythm, going beyond the pitch-and-catch between Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown that marked their early-season attack. So, donít expect six touchdowns every week, but Big Ben should be a viable QB1 the rest of the way. Having the Jets and Titans up the next two weeks, even on the road, can help Roethlisberger solidify that status. Fisher: Iím going to need a couple more six touchdown weeks to rank Roethlisberger as a legit QB1. Had Big Ben put up even just really good weeks (25 points or so) heíd fall roughly 30 points in the rankings and be hovering right around the Top 10 mark, not good enough for a QB still not through his bye week. Bouyed by the past two weeks Roethlisberger should finish 2014 as a QB1, but donít necessarily expect Top 10 production from the Steelers QB the rest of the way. Hetherington: I think this is a hot streak for Big Ben Ė heís probably not going to throw six touchdowns in another game this year - but I also believe heís emerged as a QB1. The Steelers offence as a whole has been on the upswing in recent weeks and adding deep threat Martavis Bryant has done wonders for Roethlisberger. Facing the Jets and Titans before their Week 12 bye, donít expect Ben to cool down any time soon. ' ' '

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