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NASHVILLE -- The Arizona Cardinals keep pushing for a playoff spot, even if they barely pulled out their latest win. Jay Feely kicked a 41-yard field goal in overtime, and the Cardinals edged the Tennessee Titans 37-34 in overtime after blowing a 17-point lead late in the fourth quarter. Still, the Cardinals (9-5) won their sixth in seven games. With San Francisco and Carolina winning, they remain a game back of both for a NFC wild-card berth. The Titans scored 17 points in the final 3:12 of regulation to force overtime with Ryan Fitzpatrick throwing two of his four TD passes to Michael Preston. They also recovered an onside kick to set up the tying TD with 10 seconds left in regulation. They won the toss and drove to the Cardinals 43 before Antoine Cason intercepted his second pass of the game. Tennessee (5-9) lost its third straight and eighth in 10 games. The Titans also lost their fifth consecutive home game for the first time since moving to Tennessee in 1997. The Cardinals scored 21 straight points in the second half, the last when Cason returned his first interception for a TD and a 34-17 lead. The Titans outgained Arizona 460-360 with Fitzpatrick throwing for 402 yards and Kendall Wright caught 12 passes for 150 yards hours after new president Tommy Smith said he felt they hadnt given up on Mike Munchak with the coachs job security at question. But Arizona sacked Fitzpatrick three times to go along with Casons interceptions. Rashard Mendenhall also ran for a pair of 1-yard touchdowns, and Carson Palmer threw for 231 yards and had a 6-yard TD pass to Jake Ballard. Cason also recovered a botched kickoff when Arizona surprised the Titans with a short kick to open the third quarter, and the Cardinals turned that into a 47-yard field goal by Feely. The Cardinals turned those mistakes into 13 points in a game with five lead changes. Arizona also made mistakes. The Cardinals didnt have a single penalty in the first half, but had four giving the Titans first downs on a 16-play drive by Tennessee for a TD and a 17-13 lead in the third quarter. Tennessee had won only once before this season when trailing going into the fourth quarter, losing seven other games. The Titans at least pushed this game to overtime with only a few thousand fans still left in the stadium because so many left when they fell behind 34-17. Munchak deactivated receivers Justin Hunter and Damian Williams for what team officials called violating team rules. The rookie Hunter was coming off the best game of his career and had topped 100 yards in two of the past three games. That forced the Titans to play Kenny Britt, and the veteran caught his first pass since Oct. 20. He finished with three catches. Tyson Ross Jersey . It is unclear how long Kallstrom, who was brought in to alleviate the teams midfield problems, will be sidelined. 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If we all do what we do well, well make our team stronger," Crawford said.Each week, takes a look at the top available players in fantasy football ahead of the weekly waiver deadline. Quarterbacks Eli Manning, New York Giants (at Jacksonville) Last Week: 29/40, 339 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT Manning had one of his better games of the season against the Cowboys in Week 12; throwing three touchdowns for just the third time in 2014. But it’s his remaining schedule that makes Manning an attractive wire pick up, and possibly a plug-and-play QB1. The Giants travel to play the Jaguars and Titans before returning to the Meadowlands to host the Redskins over the next three weeks. Manning will be a QB1 option in each of those games, and remains available in more than 60 per cent of leagues. Teddy Bridgewater, Minnesota Vikings (vs. Carolina) Last Week: 21/37, 210 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT; 32 rush yards Bridgewater’s first multi-touchdown game put him on the fantasy radar for the first time. While the rookie remains far from a reliable option, his value could continue rise with games against the Panthers and Jets looming. The Louisville product remains off the QB1 radar, but is worth a flier in two QB leagues. Running Backs C.J. Anderson, Denver Broncos (at Kansas City) Last Week: 167 yards, 1 TD; four catches (four targets), 28 yards Anderson has been worth a pick up – and has been picked in over 50 per cent of leagues – for a couple of weeks now. Against the Dolphins, Anderson put together the best day on the ground of his career. He has taken full advantage of his opportunity thanks to the injuries to Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman. Anderson will likely have trouble finding paydirt against the stingy Chiefs run defence, but should still be a safe RB2 play. Latavius Murray, Oakland Raiders (at St. Louis) Last Week: 112 yards, 2 TDs Murray appeared on the waiver wire last week as a flier, now after his short but impressive performance against the Chiefs in Week 12, he’s a legitimate RB2. Murray exited the Raiders win over the Chiefs after just four carries due to a concussion but, as long as he clears protocol, will be worth a start against the Rams. Isaiah Crowell, Cleveland Browns (at Buffalo) Last Week: 88 yards, 2 TDs The Browns backfield is less of a mystery this week than last with Ben Tate out of mix, but Crowell still split carries with Terrance West against the Falcons. Crowell made the most of carries -- outgaining West despite two less touches - but remains an unreliable fantasy start.dddddddddddd. Crowell faces a tough matchup against the Bills this week, but his use could go a long way in determining his value. He’s a low-end RB2 option for Week 13. LeGarrette Blount, New England Patriots (at Green Bay) Last Week: 78 yards, 2 TDs Last week, I prefaced my comments on breakout back Jonas Gray with “for years, the Patriots have frustrated fantasy owners with their unpredictable running back rotation.” That unpredictable rotation returned again on Sunday as Gray was benched for being late for practice and Blount – signed earlier in the week – led the Patriots rushing attack. Picking the man to start in the Patriots backfield is a dart throw. Shane Vereen holds value as a pass-catching back, but outside of that Blount and Gray are no more than RB3s. Blount could be worth a stash though, in case he emerges as the leader again against the Packers. Wide Receiver Charles Johnson, Minnesota Vikings (vs. Carolina) Last Week: Three catches (11 targets), 52 yards, 1 TD Johnson hauled in just three of his 11 targets against the Packers, but much of that was Bridgewater’s inaccuracy. Johnson is emerging as Bridgewater’s favourite target with 87 yards last week and another 52 in Week 12. Johnson will be on the WR3/ FLEX radar this week against the Panthers leaky pass defence. Jarvis Landry, Miami Dolphins (at New York Jets) Last Week: Seven catches (10 targets), 50 yards, 2 TDs Landry had a strong day working in the slot against the Broncos in Week 12 and now has at least one touchdown in two straight games. Landry is starting to appear on the WR2 radar in PPR leagues, he has 34 catches in the past four weeks. Landry will likely continue his recent success this week against the Jets porous defence. Tight End Tim Wright, New England Patriots (at Green Bay) Last Week: Five catches (six targets), 36 yards, 2 TDs Wright has hauled in a at least one touchdown catch in each of his last two games and, according to ESPN, played a season-high 60 snaps on Sunday against the Lions. With defences fixated on Rob Gronkowski, Wright has found open space in the redzone and will likely continue to see opportunities in the Patriots high-scoring offence. At a weak position, Wright is on the TE1 radar in what will likely be a shootout in Green Bay. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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