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EMNE: Kicker Jason Sanders turned teammate Kenyan

Kicker Jason Sanders turned teammate Kenyan 8 måneder 2 uger siden #105503

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MIAMI GARDENS , Fla. (AP) — Drake’s fumble into a footnote.Drake lost the ball when the Miami Dolphins were on the verge of victory, but thanks to Sanders it didn’t matter. The rookie made a 47-yard field goal as time expired in overtime Sunday for a 31-28 victory over the Chicago Bears.Miami’s Brock Osweiler threw for a career-high 380 yards and three touchdowns subbing for Ryan Tannehill, who sat out because of an injured throwing shoulder.“Today felt like a heavyweight title fight,” Osweiler said. “What this team did today was so special. Nothing was perfect, but in the end we found a way.”The Dolphins took the kickoff to start overtime and marched 74 yards, but Drake fumbled just before crossing the goal line. Eddie Goldman recovered for the Bears.They drove to the Miami 35, but former Dolphin Cody Parkey was wide right on a 53-yard field goal try with 2 minutes left. Drake then had a 15-yard reception to help set up Sanders’ field goal.When the ball sailed between the uprights, Drake sank to both knees on the field and bowed his head in gratitude and relief.“That’s the great thing about this sport and this team: When you’re down, you’re never out,” Drake said.Albert Wilson turned two short passes into long touchdowns in the fourth quarter for the Dolphins, who overcame an 11-point deficit in the final 16 minutes of regulation.“It was definitely a roller coaster,” Wilson said.Miami (4-2), which began the day tied with New England for the AFC East lead, ended a two-game losing streak. Chicago (3-2) had a three-game winning streak snapped but remained atop the NFC North.“Games like this sting,” receiver Allen Robinson said. “It stings for everybody.”The Bears’ offense came alive after they trailed 7-0 at halftime. Miami then rallied from a 21-10 deficit to tie the game twice and force overtime.Mitchell Trubisky threw for 316 yards and three second-half touchdowns, but the Bears were hurt by two turnovers in the red zone. Jordan Howard lost a fumble at the 1 , and Trubisky was intercepted in the end zone by T.J. McDonald.Trubisky a threw a 29-yard pass to Anthony Miller for a go-ahead score late in the fourth quarter, but Miami needed only one play to tie it again, with the dynamic Wilson weaving through the secondary for a 75-yard score.Wilson earlier scored on a 43-yard catch and run.“Once I get going, I’m going to make guys miss,” Wilson said.Chicago’s Tarik Cohen scored on a 21-yard run and had a 50-yard catch and run. Kyle Fuller had two interceptions, the second of which set up a Bears touchdown.But Miami contained Khalil Mack, ending his streak of at least one sack and one forced fumble in every game this season. The Bears, who were averaging 4½ sacks per game, totaled none.“That ain’t what you expect with what we have up front,” said Mack, who was slowed by an ankle injury suffered early in the game.Miami netted 541 yards without Tannehill, who had been nursing a shoulder injury for several weeks. He worked out before the game, and it was then decided he should sit.Frank Gore rushed for 101 yards. Osweiler, who signed with Miami as a free agent in March, went 28 for 44 and led the Dolphins to their highest point total of the year.“That’s why he’s here,” coach Adam Gase said. “He treats it as though he’s going to have to go in the game Ben Powers Jersey , so that puts him in a great position.”INJURY REPORTDolphins: Miami had two defensive ends inactive and lost Jonathan Woodard (concussion) in the second quarter.Bears: CB Prince Amukamara (left hamstring) left in the second half.ANTHEMDolphins receivers Wilson and Kenny Stills kneeled during the national anthem, and defensive end Robert Quinn stood with a raised fist, as they’ve done at earlier games this season. No Bears demonstrated during the anthem.UP NEXTBears: host New England next SundayDolphins: home against Detroit next Sunday. Tom Brady scrambled and heaved up a wobbly pass off his back foot, the sort of thing a less-experienced, less-accomplished and, well, less-cool QB might do.The ball was picked off, and the New England Patriots were on their way to a second consecutive defeat.More importantly — and more interestingly — they were on their way to a five-loss season for the first time in nearly a decade.And, finally, they were on their way to putting this thought in the minds of other teams around the NFL: Maybe, just maybe, the Patriots are not who they’ve been for oh-so-long. Maybe, just maybe, they’re not heading to another Super Bowl.“Not playing well enough to win,” is the way Brady put it.The 17-10 loss at the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday dropped Bill Belichick’s club to 9-5 overall, 3-5 on the road.New England probably will wind up winning a 10th consecutive AFC East title; it only needs one more victory to do that.“We’re still in a decent position ,” the 41-year-old Brady said.That’s true, of course. And no one would be foolish enough to write off the Pats just yet. But two consecutive close late-season setbacks — last week’s “Miracle in Miami,” then this week’s penalty-fest in Pittsburgh, with 14 flags against the Patriots — certainly make them look vulnerable.Then there’s this: New England is currently slotted into the No. 3 seed in the conference standings, behind the Kansas City Chiefs and Houston Texans, which would translate to a wild-card slot and no bye in the playoffs. Why is that significant? Belichick’s Patriots never have reached the Super Bowl without a bye.As for that pivotal interception thrown by Brady, a week after he blew a scoring chance at the end of the first half in the loss at the Dolphins? Down 14-10 with about 8 minutes left, but inside Pittsburgh’s 20, Brady was flushed out of the pocket and basically threw the football up for grabs — into the hands of Steelers defensive back Joe Haden.“I was just trying to flick it out of bounds,” Brady said. “Didn’t want to take a sack.”Sure, Tom.But what you did was worse than a sack.“I’m not used to seeing Tom Brady just throw the ball up and just panic like he’s a rookie,” former Patriots safety Rodney Harrison said on NBC’s “Football Night in America.”The rest of the league isn’t used to seeing Belichick, Brady and Co. seem this vulnerable.In case you missed it, here are other top topics after the NFL season’s 15th Sunday:NICK OF TIMEWell, well, well Trace McSorley Jersey , here we go again with Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles, right? A back injury kept Carson Wentz out of Philadelphia’s night game at the Los Angeles Rams, a must-win for the reigning champions. So in came Foles, who replaced a hurt Wentz late last season and ended up as the Super Bowl MVP; he went 24 of 31 for 270 yards in the Eagles’ 30-23 victory over LA, helping them improve to 7-7 and hold onto their slim chance at a postseason berth.WORST TO FIRSTRookie coach Matt Nagy and new pass-rusher Khalil Mack (another 2½ sacks Sunday) have the Chicago Bears back in the playoffs for the first time since 2010 after beating the rival Green Bay Packers 24-17 to improve to 10-4 and clinch the NFC North. The Bears were fourth in the division last season, meaning that in 15 of the past 16 years, at least one NFL club has gone from worst to first.ON BENDED KNEEThere was more good news for the Bears: After their game, offensive lineman Charles Leno Jr. dropped to a knee right there on the turf in the middle of the stadium, pulled out a box with a ring in it and proposed to his girlfriend. She said “Yes” — and some of Leno’s teammates helped him celebrate the occasion. Chicago quarterback Mitch Trubisky’s take: “I’m very happy for Charles. He planned it out pretty well.”JANIKOWSKI JOGS OFFKicker Sebastian Janikowski was involved in quite a sequence during Seattle’s 26-23 overtime loss to the San Francisco 49ers, which prevented the Seahawks from locking up a playoff spot. After the Seahawks scored the game’s first touchdown, Janikowski missed an extra point. Then his kickoff was returned 97 yards for a score by San Francisco’s Richie James Jr. — and the Twitterverse made note of Janikowski’s complete lack of interest in making a TD-saving tackle on the runback. Instead, he just got out of James’ way and sashayed to the sideline.
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