The stage was all set for a playoff-clinching

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The stage was all set for a playoff-clinching

par zhangzk » Jeu 19 Sep 2019 à 4h52

SANTA CLARA http://www.seahawkscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-cody-barton-jersey , Calif. (AP) — party for the Seattle Seahawks with a game against a struggling rival they had dominated for five years running.Then a missed extra point, botched kickoff coverage and a record-setting day of penalties combined to send the Seahawks home without a celebration following a 26-23 overtime loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday that snapped a 10-game winning streak in the rivalry.“I just feel like everyone needs to wake up,” Seattle defensive lineman Frank Clark said. “I feel like I need to wake up, the rest of the team, the coaches, everyone needs to wake up. We want to finish this out strong, like we’ve been talking abo ht that things would go as easy for Seattle this week as it did two weeks ago in a 43-16 win at home over San Francisco (4-10) was put to rest when Sebastian Janikowski missed the extra point and Richie James Jr. returned the ensuing kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown.That put the Seahawks down 7-6 and they never led the rest of the way against a team playing out the string of another lost season.Seattle managed to tie the game at 20 early in the fourth quarter when Chris Carson scored on fourth-and-goal from the 1, breaking a tackle from D.J. Jones in the backfield and then fighting through another from Elijah Lee to get the score for the highlight of his 119-yard rushing day.The teams then traded field goals before the 49ers stepped up defensively with three straight stops against Russell Wilson and the Seahawks to set the stage for Robbie Gould’s game-winning 36-yard field goal in overtime that handed Seattle its first loss against San Francisco since 2013.Coach Pete Carroll said he didn’t believe his team overlooked the 49ers, even with a big showdown coming next week against Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.“I don’t think any of that is what happened,” Carroll said. “I think we were sloppy with the penalties situation. All of the numbers match up to how we played. The running numbers, the third down numbers were the best we’ve had in quite a while.“Defense k haquill Griffin called for pass interference against Dante Pettis that turned an incomplete pass on second-and-15 to a first down at the Seattle 41 in overtime.“I think it looked different because of the refs,” Griffin said. “That’s just the honest answer. I feel like we haven’t had this many flags called against us since I’ve been here. It sucks that it happened, but I can’t blame it on them. We can’t put ourselves in that position. That’s completely on us.”A 16-yard run by Jeff Wilson Jr. got the 49ers in field-goal range and then Gould delivered the game-winner three plays later.The Seahawks remain in good position in the top wild-card spot in the NFC and can clinch the playoffs with either a win at home against Kansas City next week or last-place Arizona in the finale.“There’s no panic mode,” said Wilson able to pull through when we needed to. It’s a moment, and how do you use it is going to be the key.” LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Latest on legal betting action on Super Bowl 53 (all times local):4 p.m.Regulators say gamblers in Nevada bet less money on the Super Bowl this year.Unaudited tallies released Monday by state gambling regulators show people wagered roughly $145.94 million on the big game at Nevada’s 200 sportsbooks. That’s about $12.65 million less than in 2018.The data from the Nevada Gaming Control Board show sportsbooks made a profit of almost $10.79 million on the action. That’s about nine times what they won last year.The game between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams was the first Super Bowl in which Nevada faced competition from sportsbooks outside the state.Sportsbooks have opened in seven other states since the U.S. Supreme Court issued a relevant ruling last spring.Jay Kornegay, vice president of race and sports book operations at the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook, says the sportsbook had a “solid day.” It lost on the game itself but did well on proposition and future bets.
 
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