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    Getty The Seattle Seahawks could have a new but polarizing quarterback in 2023. The Seattle Seahawks may finally have their starting quarterback situation figured out, but general manager John Schneider and his staff will continue to work on finding an upgrade at the most important position in football. After being named the Week 1 starter, Geno Smith had a terrific game in the season opener against his former teammate Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos. Smith completed 23 of his 28 passes for 195 yards and two touchdowns for an exceptional 119.5 passer rating in the 17-16 win. Perhaps more memorable than anything from the Week 1 upset win was Smith’s epic quote after the game. “They wrote me off, but I ain't write back.” ???? Geno Smith feeling himself (via @NFL)pic.twitter.com/VkHKtnK8l2 — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 13, 2022 Smith’s performance was impressive, but at 31 years old, it’s unlikely that he can be the franchise quarterback for the foreseeable future. Joe Broback with Pro Football Network had a long-term solution for Seattle in his latest...
    Receiving Yards Per Game G Ct ReYd RecYD J.Sterns, W. Kentucky 14 150 1902 135.9 D.London, Southern Cal 8 88 1084 135.5 J.Smith-Njigba, Ohio St. 13 95 1606 123.5 J.Tolbert, South Alabama 12 82 1474 122.8 D.Thompkins, Utah St. 14 102 1704 121.7 D.Bell, Purdue 11 93 1286 116.9 J.Addison, Pittsburgh 14 100 1593 113.8 J.Sorenson, Miami (Ohio) 13 76 1406 108.2 S.Moore, W. Michigan 12 94 1283 106.9 J.Williams, Alabama 15 79 1572 104.8 J.Cowing, UTEP 13 69 1354 104.2 J.Downs, North Carolina 13 101 1335 102.7 W.Robinson, Kentucky 13 104 1334 102.6 D.Demus, Maryland 5 28 507 101.4 R.Doubs, Nevada 11 80 1109 100.8 D.Wicks, Virginia 12 57 1203 100.2 M.Tinsley, W. Kentucky 14 87 1402 100.1 J.Dotson, Penn St. 12 91 1182 98.5 C.Rambo, Miami 12 79 1172 97.7 G.Wilson, Ohio St. 11 70 1058...
    Kaia Gerber and Jacob Elordi, plus more celeb couples red carpet debuts What Income Level Is Considered Middle Class in Your State? © Provided by CBS Sports JuJu Smith-Schuster is currently considered day-to-day after sustaining bruised ribs during the Steelers' Week 3 loss to the Bengals, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Pittsburgh's veteran receiver reportedly received negative test results after exiting Pittsburgh's 24-10 loss.  Smith-Schuster caught all three of his targets for 25 yards prior to leaving Sunday's game. With Smith-Schuster and Diontae Johnson (who was inactive with a knee injury) not in the lineup, Pittsburgh's passing game relied heavily on rookie running back Najee Harris and second-year receiver Chase Claypool. Harris caught a franchise rookie record 14 passes (on 19 targets) for 102 yards. Claypool caught 9 of 15 targets for 96 yards, but his performance also included two costly pass interference penalties.  Despite the absences of two of his top receivers, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger put the ball in the air 58 times. He completed 35 of those attempts for 318 yards, but he also threw...
    ‘Cowboys for Trump’ founder’s Jan. 6 case highlights challenges facing prosecutors Longtime GOP operatives charged with funneling Russian national’s money to Trump, RNC © Provided by CBS Sports Tyrod Taylor has already been ruled out of the Texans' Thursday night game against the Panthers after he sustained a hamstring injury in Sunday's 31-21 loss to the Browns. It has been reported by John McClain of the Houston Chronicle that Taylor could miss up to four weeks with his injury. Texans coach David Cully considers Taylor as day to day after the veteran quarterback was injured during his second-quarter, 15-yard touchdown run.  Cully said on Monday that rookie Davis Mills will start in place of Taylor on Thursday night. Deshaun Watson will continue to be placed on the team's game day inactive list. Mills went 8 of 18 for 102 yards with a touchdown and an interception during the second half of Sunday's game.  Taylor played well during the season's first six quarters prior to sustaining the injury. The 11-year veteran went 21 of 33 for 291 yards and two...
    Rapper King Von shot and killed outside Atlanta nightclub Amazon rolls out rewards program that makes it easier for drivers to get work Florida vs. Georgia: Bulldogs WR George Pickens expected to miss showdown with Gators, per report After missing last week's game against Kentucky, Georgia sophomore wide receiver George Pickens is expected to be out again this week when the No. 5 Bulldogs play No. 8 Florida, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Pickens is Georgia's second-leading receiver with 13 receptions for 140 yards and two touchdowns this season. © Provided by CBS Sports Derek Mason Vanderbilt Pickens' absence with an upper body injury loomed large last week as the Bulldogs struggled in the passing game during a 14-3 win at Kentucky. Georgia generated just 131 passing yards, and its leading receiver was running back James Cook, with four receptions. In total, quarterback Stetson Bennett IV distributed just four of his nine completions to wide receivers in the game with Pickens absent. The former five-star prospect led Georgia with 49 catches for 727 yards and eight touchdowns while earning...
    Houston voters are turning out in record numbers. Could they flip Texas for Biden? The most historic fast food joints in America Bo Jackson says he would average 350-400 yards per game in todays NFL Bo Jackson lamented the quality of tackling going on in today’s NFL and believes he would be racking up the stats if he played now. © Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports Bo Jackson doesn't think much about the quality of tackling going on in today’s NFL. Jackson joined Deion Sanders’ “21st & Prime” podcast on Monday. During his interview, Jackson talked about how much MLB and NFL have lost their fundamentals. Jackson said, talking about the NFL: “Nobody wrap up and tackle no more. With me being a ball carrier, my coach taught us, number one, he said, ‘I know you can run, but I’m gonna teach you how to carry that football.’ He said, ‘that football is like your newborn baby, don’t ever put it on the ground. And keep it away from the enemy.’ “It’s like this — and I watch technique —...
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