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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Utah coach Quin Snyder didn’t have a lot to say to his team at halftime, despite a 15-point deficit. A little video session, but no harsh words or motivational speeches.

The low-key tactic worked well.

The Utah Jazz Jerseys For Sale came out quickly in the third, eventually erased the Memphis Grizzlies Jerseys For Sale’ double-digit lead and pulled away for a 103-94 victory Friday night to snap a two-game skid. Bojan Bogdanovic Jersey For Sale was key in the fourth quarter, scoring 16 of his 33 points in the game.

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“I’m glad we played the second half like we did, opposed to the first,” Snyder said. “We came out competitive and threw ourselves into the defense. We were struggling offensively in the first half and forgot about that and the offense came.”

Bogdanovic matched his season-high scoring mark, going 12 of 20 from the field, including 4 of 8 from 3-point range. Donovan Mitchell Jersey For Sale added 20 points despite a tough shooting night (7 of 22) and Rudy Gobert had 13 points, 13 rebounds and a pair of blocks.

In the fourth, when the Jazz would routinely look to Mitchell, their leading scorer, they relied on Bogdanovic.

“It shows how unselfish we are, especially Donovan,” Bogdanovic said. “Our best player, he’s supposed to take last shots in the last couple of minutes. … He told me to take the last shots.”

Mitchell added that “when it gets to a point, (Bogdanovic) locks in and knocks shots down. It’s easy to just kind of run plays and give him the ball as much as possible.”

Jonas Valanciunas led Memphis with 22 points and 17 rebounds, and Brandon Clarke scored 13 points on 5-of-6 shooting. The Grizzlies have lost six straight.

Memphis saw a 15-point halftime lead evaporate quickly as the Jazz scored the first 12 points of the third quarter, the Grizzlies going almost four minutes without scoring against a much more active Jazz defense.

The run would reach 18-2, allowing Utah to retake the lead. The game would level into a tight contest the rest of the third.

“We didn’t do what we need to do in the third quarter because we let them come out and punch us early, and we didn’t respond,” Grizzlies forward Jaren Jackson Jr. Jersey For Sale said.

Memphis would still be close near the midway point of the fourth, but couldn’t keep pace with Bogdanovic and the rest of the Jazz.

“We have to play all four quarters like we did the first half,” said rookie guard Ja Morant Jersey For Sale, who was limited to 11 points making only four of his 13 shots. “It helped us get out to our biggest lead. …We just have to do that all four quarters.”


Jazz: Mitchell had scored at least 25 points in six of his previous eight games before recording 20 against Memphis. … F Ed Davis, who missed the previous 12 games with a left fibula fracture, played for the first time since Nov. 3, grabbing five rebounds despite not scoring. …Bogdanovic also had 33 points on Nov. 8 against Milwaukee.

Grizzlies: Valanciunas recorded his 11th double-double and his third straight. … Memphis, which led by 15 in the game, blew a double-digit lead for the sixth time this season, most in the NBA Jerseys For Sale, and the 15-point lead was the largest blown by Memphis this season. …The starting backcourt of Morant and Dillon Brooks managed only 11 points each, converting 9 of 27 shots. …Jackson had four blocks in the game, the final one marking the 100th block in his first 75 NBA games.


Both teams wore their throwback jerseys — the Jazz in the purple, snow-capped mountain version; Memphis in it teal-based ones with a large G and S in Grizzlies. The team logos from about 20 years ago were used on the scoreboard and the Grizzly head with the claws around the red ball was the center court emblem.


Former Grizzlies guard Mike Conley has struggled in his shooting this season as he adapts to his new team, but his rebounding numbers are up. He had seven rebounds, including a pair off the offensive glass. “I couldn’t make a shot, so I had to do something,” Conley said.


Jazz: At Toronto on Sunday.

Grizzlies: At Minnesota on Sunday.

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MILWAUKEE — After a Wednesday morning shootaround with the Atlanta Hawks Jerseys For Sale, Jabari Parker Jersey For Sale took time to soak in the atmosphere of the newly constructed Fiserv Forum before sharing heartfelt thoughts about Milwaukee and his former team, the Bucks.

After spending his first four seasons in the league with the Bucks, the former No. 2 overall draft pick had 33 points, 14 rebounds and five assists in his return Wednesday night. He entered as Atlanta’s third-leading scorer with 16.9 points per game — his most since 2016-17.

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“It’s real special, man, how they were able to build this building,” Parker told ESPN. “I haven’t played here, but just seeing like the growth of the city, I really like the way that it’s developing.

“It’s just so sad that I’m not able to share it with them and that they moved on, but that’s fine, that’s business. But I do have like a little homesickness from being here. I just miss being here.”


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Parker, 24, faces a player option for 2020-21 with the Hawks after signing a two-year, $13 million contract on July 11. He wouldn’t rule out a return to the first NBA organization that he called home — but only if the opportunity presented itself.

“Never. I would never rule out a possible return here,” Parker told ESPN. “I would never do that. It’s just so sad how it ended and I wish I could’ve stayed.”

Parker missed 183 of a possible 328 regular-season games during his Bucks tenure. Twice he suffered season-ending left knee injuries: He tore his ACL during his rookie year and again during his third season. The Bucks allowed him to become an unrestricted free agent in July 2018, and he signed with his hometown Chicago Bulls.

Parker says he’s happy in Atlanta and that his joy for the game is “almost there” again.

“It’s growing continually, but in order to get that 100 percent joy and passion, it comes with winning,” said Parker, who has played in seven career playoff games, all in April 2018. “I just want to be a winner.”

The Hawks (4-13) are in the midst of a seven-game losing skid.

Parker’s time with the Bulls came to an abrupt end, stemming from a fallout with head coach Jim Boylen. On Feb. 6, he was traded to the Washington Wizards Jerseys For Sale, where he finished the 2018-19 season before ultimately inking his current deal in Atlanta.

Offense has never been an issue for Parker, who has averaged 15.2 points per game during his career. His defense, however, has raised concerns. He ranks 242nd out of 256 forwards with a defensive efficiency of 116.2, according to NBA Advanced Stats.

“He’s been a great scoring punch for us offensively, which is who he is and what he does,” Hawks coach Lloyd Pierce said. “Defensively, he uses his voice. The biggest challenge for him is the level of engagement that he can offer, being able to do that consistent and often. But he knows that.

“He’s still a young guy in terms of age.”

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CHICAGO — Derrick Rose Jersey For Sale wasn’t the only visitor to receive a big reception at the United Center on Wednesday during the Chicago Bulls Jerseys For Sale‘ 109-89 win against the Detroit Pistons Jerseys For Sale. So did his former teammate Luol Deng Jersey For Sale.

In October, Deng signed a one-day deal to retire as a Bull after playing 10 of his 15 seasons in Chicago. The Bulls honored him in the second quarter Wednesday night, when Deng received a standing ovation from 18,119 fans from his seat in a mid-level suite.

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“It’s what made sense,” Deng said of retiring as a Bull. “Chicago means a lot to me when you look back, just at my career as a basketball player coming here as a young man, 19, but it’s a lot of history here and I wanted it to end the right way. The best way to do it is with familiar faces and people that know me very well.”

Rose, who played the first seven years of his career in Chicago, scored 18 points for the Pistons. Deng said he picked Wednesday’s game because he wanted Rose to be among those present.

Deng’s ex-Bulls teammates Jannero Pargo, Tyrus Thomas, Joakim Noah Jersey For Sale, John Lucas III, Ben Gordon, Aaron Gray and Nazr Mohammed were also in the house in support of the two-time All-Star.

“It’s very refreshing to get his flowers while he can still smell them,” Pargo told ESPN. “The only thing I’m surprised about is that there’s not more guys here. Luol is beloved.”

Part of the reason more teammates weren’t in attendance is because Deng, who’s enjoying retirement, didn’t go out of his way to call a bunch of people.

In 2014, he also didn’t leave the franchise on the best of terms following his trade from Chicago to Cleveland for the throwaway contract of Andrew Bynum and draft picks, but he let bygones be bygones. Nothing but good memories were shared inside that suite with some of the guys he went to war with for many years.

“First of all, it goes by so fast. All you have at the end of this is just your memories,” Noah told ESPN. “What happened with Loul, he got traded out of here after playing a lot of minutes. He gave his heart to the organization.

“When it ended, it was bittersweet, but for him to put away all that negativity and to realize that the special memories are more important than that and putting your ego to the side and being able to say, the group that we had is special and this is where he wanted to end his career,” he added. “It says a lot about who he is as a person. I’m just proud to be here — these were the best times of my life.”

Deng, 34, played in Chicago in 2004-14 and averaged 16.1 points, 6.4 rebounds and 2.5 assists on 46% shooting. He spent 15 seasons in the league total, including seven playoff appearances, and still ranks fourth on the Bulls’ career leaders list in points (10,286).

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DALLAS — Paul George Jersey For Sale scored 17 of his 26 points in the first quarter, Kawhi Leonard Jersey For Sale finished with 28 and the Los Angeles Clippers Jerseys For Sale took control early in a meeting of teams with matching five-game winning streaks, beating the Dallas Mavericks Jerseys For Sale 114-99 on Tuesday night.

The Clippers used several defenders to end Luka Doncic Jersey For Sale ‘s franchise-record streak of four games with at least 30 points and 10 assists. George had a career-high six steals as Los Angeles held the Mavericks under 100 points for the first time this season.

The Clippers limited the 20-year-old phenom to 4-of-13 shooting, including 0 for 7 from 3-point range. The Slovenian star made 14 of 16 free throws and finished with 22 points, eight rebounds and six assists.

Patrick Beverley Jersey For Sale got in foul trouble as one of the defenders assigned to Doncic, but getting his fourth early in the second half just brought back Lou Williams Jersey For Sale sooner. The high-scoring reserve finished with 21 points, going 4 of 7 on 3-pointers.

The Mavericks had taken the Southwest Division lead with a win at Houston for their fifth straight victory, but the expected title contenders from LA offered a dose of reality for a team looking to end a three-season run without reaching the playoffs.

Dallas was trailing by three when Doncic joined the rest of the starters on the bench in the final minute of the first quarter. By the time those five came back together in the second quarter, the Los Angeles lead was 48-32.

The LA bench scored 16 of the 20 points during the run, with Leonard getting the other four. The NBA Jerseys For Sale ‘s highest-scoring bench finished with 44 points. Dallas, fourth on that list, scored 37 bench points, most with the outcome no longer in doubt.

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Kristaps Porzingis Jersey For Sale drained a 28-footer 22 seconds into the game, then missed five straight shots before making one from the Mavericks logo at center court, measured at 35 feet, for the final bucket of the first half. Still, LA led 62-46.

The 7-foot-3 Latvian finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds as the first meeting of Dallas’ young European pairing against the LA duo tilted heavily in favor of George and Leonard. The LA stars combined to go 19 of 42 from the field, and 5 of 13 from 3.


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Clippers: At Memphis to finish their fourth back-to-back of the season. It’s the second road game in a stretch with seven of nine away from home.

Mavericks: At Phoenix on Friday to start their second three-game road trip of the season.

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Minnesota Timberwolves players are served meals fit for Michelin-starred restaurants. The team has hired James Beard Award-winning chefs to concoct mouth-watering meals for their franchise stars and newcomers alike.

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For rookie Jarrett Culver Jersey For Sale, there’s one problem. These world-renowned chefs cannot quite duplicate one of his favorite foods: his mother’s scrambled eggs.

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“I just love Mom’s eggs,” Culver said. “I don’t know what the difference is. It just always tastes a little better.”

So what is Regina Culver’s secret? Fresh basil? Some diced peppers? Maybe a few sauteed onions?

Nope. The simple recipe consists of a sizable splash of whole milk “to make them fluffy” and, most importantly, a heaping spoonful of salted butter.

“I didn’t think it was anything major,” Regina said with a chuckle.

Tasty fats, however, have become a universal no-no for optimal NBA Jerseys For Sale nutrition. So in an attempt to bridge the gap between Culver’s palate and the team’s dietary goals, the Wolves flew Regina to Minnesota to map out her son’s meal plan.

And, of course, to show the Wolves the ropes.

“Right now we are a butter-free kitchen,” team chef Ryan Stechschulte said. “[But] I think we are going to need to bring in some butter.”

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For Culver, the Wolves’ No. 6 overall pick out of Texas Tech, there is more to it than preferring his mother’s cooking — the team has found that other egg recipes actually make Culver physically ill.

During a routine diagnostic lab test, the Timberwolves staff discovered that Culver has a sensitivity to eggs. He isn’t quite allergic, but his body does have a mild reaction to non-Mama-made eggs.

“Mom knows him and we want to embrace it,” Wolves VP of basketball performance and technology Dr. Robby Sikka said.

“What we’ve discovered is, when you mask the eggs with butter or milk or other things, his body doesn’t treat it the same.”

NBA teams have more nutritional metrics at their disposal than ever before. As a result, players have gone vegan, ditched gluten, or experimented with intermittent fasting.

The Wolves have taken the league’s nutritional data trend to new heights, unveiling the league’s first load-based nutrition plan, where each player’s daily meals are tailored to his workload (Culver’s nutritional goals include adding lean muscle).

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But even cutting-edge programs and food cooked in the fanciest kitchens couldn’t crack Culver’s egg riddle. For that, they needed Regina.

“He is such a routine kid,” Regina said. “He likes to go to the gym at the same time, he likes to nap at the same time.”

Regina’s eggs were a part of that routine.

“I think with him being so far away, those are things that — when you think about being home or missing home — these are dishes that we bring up because that is part of what you miss about being home,” she said.

Culver was raised in Lubbock, Texas, and cooking was a family activity. Regina is a skilled chef but an even better baker, and was often whipping up brownies — Culver swears they should be world-famous — and cakes. Regina especially loved to bake around the holidays, using Christmas recipes she saw on late-night television.

Growing up, the Culver family had mandatory Sunday family dinners. Sometimes, Regina would play short-order cook, making Italian food for Culver and sweet potatoes and fried chicken for his younger brothers. Sometimes, Culver would join Regina in the kitchen.

“He’d probably die that I am saying this now, but he fixes a really good omelet,” Regina said. “That is one of the first things he learned how to cook.”

And you bet that Culver prepares the eggs for the omelet with milk and plenty of butter.

During his two years in college, Culver was usually able to make it back home for Sunday night dinners. “I just always want my mom’s cooking when I’m away from home,” he said.

Culver isn’t so much a picky eater as he is refreshingly unpretentious, preferring Pop Tarts to tofu. His favorite dishes include spaghetti (his mother adds sugar and spices to the sauce), chicken casseroles and, on occasion, he’s known to inhale a sleeve of Oreos. He is 20 years old, mind you.

During Regina’s trip to Minnesota to meet with Stechschulte and take in the Timberwolves’ first game of the season, she also put aside an hour and a half to set up in Culver’s home kitchen. She went to work right away, boiling pots of water for spaghetti, measuring out spices for pasta sauce and preparing chicken and rice, which she then ladled into Tupperware and stacked into Culver’s freezer.

Culver didn’t mind the mess spread across his pristine countertops. You have to break a few eggs to make an omelet, after all.

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CINCINNATI — After being benched because of ineffectiveness in the Steelers’ 16-10 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys For Sale on Sunday, quarterback Mason Rudolph Jersey For Sale vehemently denied Myles Garrett’s accusations that he directed a racial slur at Garrett to escalate the melee at the end of Pittsburgh’s Week 11 loss to the Cleveland Browns.

“I think any human would be [distraught] in one day, when your integrity’s attacked and something’s said about you that’s totally untrue,” Rudolph said Sunday when asked about feeling “distraught” about the allegation. “And I couldn’t believe it, and I couldn’t believe that he would go that route after the fact. But it is what it is. I think I’ve moved on, and … one day it was tough.”


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Rudolph’s benching Sunday came on the heels of a tumultuous week for the quarterback. His four-interception performance against the Cleveland Browns Jerseys For Sale was overshadowed by the late-game brawl that resulted in 33 fines and three suspensions. A week after the fight, Garrett, who was suspended indefinitely for striking Rudolph in the head with his own helmet, accused the quarterback of using a racial slur to escalate the fight. The NFL also said it found “no evidence” of Garrett’s allegation.

Despite the distractions of the past week, Rudolph said the chaos didn’t contribute to his abysmal performance against the Bengals. He completed just 8 of 16 pass attempts for 85 yards and ended the Pittsburgh Steelers Jerseys For Sale ‘ second drive with an interception in the red zone.


“I think I do a good job of shutting that stuff out,” he said. “And this was just purely — not moving the ball up and down the field.”

After two quarters of ineffective and stagnant play by Rudolph, coach Mike Tomlin had enough. He gave his starter one last drive to open the third quarter, but Rudolph took a sack and underthrew a wobbly pass to seal his fate.

“Just felt like our offense needed a spark,” Tomlin said, explaining the decision to turn to backup Devlin “Duck” Hodges. “Mason wasn’t doing enough; Duck came in and provided us with a spark, made a couple plays. We’ll see what next week holds, next week. But I like the contributions of Duck; I like his readiness; I appreciate the efforts of Mason and also appreciate the support of Mason after we made the change.”

Tomlin declined to disclose the quarterback plan going forward, but Hodges performed well enough to help the team to a win — and maybe earn a starting job next week against the Browns. He completed 5 of 11 passes for 118 yards and a touchdown. And, perhaps most importantly, he didn’t turn the ball over.

“It’s football,” Tomlin said. “We’re not going to read too much into it. He made some plays, but you can’t take anything away from [wide receiver] James Washington Jersey For Sale, with what he did to produce after that catch. Man, we’re just all rowing together.

“You’ll make more out of Duck’s contributions than need be, but so be it. It comes with the position. They get too much credit at times, and they get too much blame at times. They all understand the nature of that, just like I understand the nature of the criticism and things that come with my position.”

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Hodges took over for Rudolph once before this season, coming in when Rudolph suffered a concussion against the Ravens in Week 5. Hodges started — and won — the next week against the Los Angeles Chargers before Rudolph resumed his starting duties after the bye week.

Under Rudolph, the offense had just three plays of at least 10 yards in the first half — all coming from players signed off practice squads eight days earlier. Running back Kerrith Whyte Jersey For Sale had a 21-yard rush and a 16-yard carry in the drive that ended with Rudolph’s interception. And wide receiver Deon Cain Jersey For Sale made a 35-yard catch in the second quarter on second-and-21.

It didn’t get better in the third quarter, when the offense went three-and-out after halftime and lost 3 yards.

“I saw enough of what I needed to see and thought we needed a spark,” Tomlin said. “And whatever time of the game that was, was whatever time of the game that was.”

Hodges provided the spark Tomlin sought almost instantly. On the third play of his first drive, the rookie Samford product hit Washington on a post route. Washington caught the ball and ran in to finish the 79-yard score, complete with a nasty stiff-arm to B.W. Webb Jersey For Sale.

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Hodges didn’t lead another touchdown drive, but he did help the team add two field goals to earn the win and remain in playoff contention with a 6-5 record entering next week’s rematch with the Browns.

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HOUSTON — Luka Doncic didn’t even crack a smile when Dallas Mavericks Jerseys For Sale fans showered him with “MVP!” chants as he exited the Toyota Center court after a convincing road win over a Western Conference contender.

Doncic lightly clapped his hands above his head and gave the fans two thumbs up to show his appreciation before heading into the tunnel, but he kept an even keel, a theme for the Mavericks after they extended their winning streak to five games with a 137-123 victory over the Houston Rockets Jerseys For Sale on Sunday afternoon.


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Doncic declared before the season that the Mavs needed to make the playoffs, and that was the primary goal set for a franchise that is determined to end a three-year playoff drought. Dallas looks like a potential surprise contender, as the Mavs are tied for third in the West with an 11-5 record and tied with the Milwaukee Bucks Jerseys For Sale for the NBA Jerseys For Sale ‘s best net rating, outscoring opponents by 8.9 points per 100 possessions.

But the Mavs and their 20-year-old superstar had no interest in discussing grander possibilities after another dominant performance.

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The Mavs arrived in Houston fresh off a 4-0 homestand, the franchise’s first sweep of a homestand of that length since their title season in 2010-11. Dallas became the fourth team in NBA history to win consecutive games by more than 40 points by routing recent championship teams that are in rebuilding seasons, blowing out the Golden State Warriors Jerseys For Sale by 48 on Wednesday and the Cleveland Cavaliers Jerseys For Sale by 42 on Friday.

The quick road trip to face the Rockets represented a test with much tougher competition. The Mavs responded by never allowing Houston to take a lead, opening the game with a 13-2 run, leading by as many as 22 points and slamming the door with a 23-9 run after Houston pulled to within five with 7 minutes, 39 seconds left.

“We’re not going to get overexcited,” Mavs coach Rick Carlisle said. “We know we’re capable. … The team is growing. This is a big win, there’s no question about that. This is a big-time place to play, and you’re playing against great players, and so our guys deserve credit. But, look, this is a process, and it’s day by day, week by week.”

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Doncic had a 42-point triple-double in Monday’s win over the Spurs, beginning a streak of four straight games with at least 30 points and 10 assists that he extended against the Rockets. The only players in NBA history with longer such streaks: Oscar Robertson Jersey For Sale (twice), Nate Archibald Jersey For Sale, Michael Jordan Jersey For Sale and Russell Westbrook Jersey For Sale.

“Luka runs the show,” Mavs power forward Kristaps Porzingis Jersey For Sale said. “We all depend on him most of the game, and he’s playing incredible right now. He’s getting guys open looks. … He’s playing incredible right now. I’m super happy for him.”

By no means, however, has Doncic been a one-man band during Dallas’ five-game run. Carlisle referred to Porzingis’ recent performances as “phenomenal” after Porzingis posted his fourth double-double in the past five games with 23 points and 13 rebounds against the Rockets. Carlisle has been particularly proud of the defensive work done by the 7-foot-3 Porzingis, who had a game-best plus-minus of plus-32.

Porzingis set the tone right after the opening tip against the Rockets, getting a steal, a deflection that led to another steal and a blocked shot in the first 96 seconds.

“He’s coming and coming, playing better and better,” Doncic said of Porzingis, who struggled early in the season as he was coming off a 20-month layoff because of a knee injury.

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But Porzingis, like Doncic and Carlisle, stressed the importance of not getting caught up in the Mavs’ success.

“We don’t want to get too ahead of ourselves,” Porzingis said. “The season is long. We believe in ourselves. We have high confidence, and we want to keep it going. At the same time, we’ve got to keep doing the things we’ve been doing to get to this point and go day by day and get better.

“It’s time together, it’s chemistry, making sure that everybody is on the same page. A lot of stuff happens that you guys never find out about inside the locker room between players and stuff like that. We’ve got to make sure all that stuff is right. Also, the relationship between coaches and players, that’s got to be there. I’ve seen when it goes south. Right now, we’re in a great place, and we want to keep it going.”

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LANDOVER, Md. — As the Washington Redskins Jerseys For Sale offense ran back onto the field, ready to take the victory formation, quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jersey For Sale was taking a selfie with a fan. That left the Redskins needing to trot veteran Case Keenum Jersey For Sale onto the field to take the final snap.

It was an unusual ending to Haskins’ first NFL Jerseys For Sale victory as a starter.

“I was so hyped, I broke a water bottle,” Haskins said. “I look up and we’re in victory [formation]. I thought the game was over with already, but I’ll get it next time.”

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Interim coach Bill Callahan said the coaches were looking for him. He didn’t come across as upset, but he didn’t shrug it off.

“No, I don’t laugh at it,” Callahan said. “I’m happy we won. We’ll address that. I’m just pleased we won the game. I just have to find out.”

Former Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann wasn’t happy about it, based his postgame tweet. After the draft, Theismann gave Haskins his blessing to wear the No. 7 again; it had been out of commission since Theismann retired in 1985. But Theismann wasn’t a fan of what happened Sunday, calling the selfie “unprofessional and wrong.”

The fan who took the selfie with Haskins disagreed.

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But Haskins was needed for one more snap after corner Fabian Moreau Jersey For Sale intercepted his second pass of the day.

Teammates certainly understood why Haskins would want to celebrate after enduring a six-sack game in a 17-point loss to the New York Jets Jerseys For Sale a week ago. Teammates also liked how he responded to a tough day. Before the final two drives, he had struggled with overthrows to open receivers. Haskins said he injured his right wrist, which at times impacted his ability to grip the ball as he wanted.

“It’s big. Obviously he comes from a big program; he’s not used to losing. It’s a sour taste in his mouth,” right tackle Morgan Moses said. “We all know he has big-play potential. This is about composure.”

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Washington was one play away from salting away its second win of the season, one kneel-down short of knocking off the Detroit Lions, 19-16, and its starting quarterback was nowhere to be found.

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With two seconds left in the fourth quarter, right after Lions signal-caller Jeff Driskel threw his third and final interception of the day, Redskins quarterback Dwayne Haskins was supposed to be out on the field with his teammates, leading them into victory formation. Instead, he was taking a selfie with a fan, celebrating Washington’s victory one play early.

Redskins interim coach Bill Callahan, unable to locate Haskins, called on backup quarterback Case Keenum to kneel down on the Redskins’ final play. The skipper did not take the bizarre end to his second win as Redskins coach lightly.

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“No, I don’t laugh at it,” Callahan said, per ESPN. “I’m happy we won. We’ll address that. I’m just pleased we won the game. I just have to find out.”

In his first victory as a starter, Haskins completed just 13 of 29 pass attempts for 156 yards and threw a pick. But he and the Redskins defense did enough to secure the win over the injury-riddled Lions, and the QB celebrated his defense’s final takeaway as if it was his first win ever.

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“I was so hype, I broke a water bottle,” Haskins told reporters. “I look up and we’re in victory. I thought the game was over with already, but I’ll get it next time.”

That’s if there is a next time this season. The 2-9 Redskins finish against four playoff contenders (Panthers, Packers, Eagles, Cowboys) and the rival Giants.

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Haskins might’ve missed his opportunity, opting instead to celebrate with what Redskins fans remained at FedEx Field on Sunday afternoon. It’s a moment that those fans won’t forget, but one Haskins will probably want to.

When Jameis Winston is your quarterback, things are bound to get a little weird sometimes.

Against the Falcons in Week 12, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers somehow topped that notion with a move that resulted in a reward that far outweighed the risk.

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From the Atlanta 1-yard line with 44 seconds remaining the first half, defensive tackle Vita Vea came into the game as an eligible receiver at fullback. The ensuing play didn’t result in a Vea block or routine dumpoff to a receiver; no, this was a designed play-action fake with the 347-pound lineman as the intended target.

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And he caught it with all the grace in the world, becoming the heaviest player in NFL history to score a touchdown in the process.

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“Got to commend Jameis. He threw me a dime. It was just spot-on,” Vea said, via Pewter Report. “I didn’t have to jump, reach out or nothing; it just came straight to me. All I had to do was just catch it.”

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For as easy as Vea made his historic grab sound, what he accomplished has only ever been done by two players listed over 340 pounds, according to Pro Football Reference: Hall of Famer Jonathan Ogden (1996, 2003) and previous record holder Dontari Poe. The current Panthers DT was 346 pounds when he scored as a member of the Chiefs in 2015; Vea’s achievement came four years and two days after Poe’s.

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“Still feels kind of surreal to me,” Vea said, per’s Carmen Vitali. “It’s just like I’m still kind of taking the moment in. I’m excited to look at my phone and see what my family and loved ones have to say. Just pretty excited.”

Vea also finished with two tackles, two passes defensed and a sack in the 35-22 victory.