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runs hard and blocks as well.Engram is the more modern version of a tight end. The 23-year old can run like a receiver, break a game open with a catch and help out a little with his blocking, which is not his strongest suit.When the Giants (1-2) face the New Orleans Saints on Sunday at MetLife Stadium, Ellison is going to step in for Engram, who sprained his knee last weekend against Houston and is going to be sidelined for a couple of weeks."There's stuff that I can't do that Evan does," Ellison said Thursday before the Giants practiced. "For me, it's just trying to execute the plays and find my role in the play that's called, and try to make a play."Ellison had his best game of the season this past weekend, catching three passes for 39 yards, including a 16-yard touchdown, in a 27-22 win over the Texans.Odell Beckham Jr., who leads the Giants with 24 catches for 271 yards, said all the receivers are going to have to step up to replace Engram, who led the Giants in receiving last season."Rhett, we call him Mr. Consistent. I do, at least," Beckham said. "He always seems like he's in the right place at the right time, always making the plays
game they play. The Clemson roster is replete with not just future NFL players, but players who figure to be highly drafted. Clelin Ferrell and Christian Wilkins in particular could have declared for the draft following the 2017 season and would have been drafted on the first day, but opted to return to school and keep the talented defensive line together for another run at a championship.The Tigers should beat Georgia Tech, but they very well could have their hands full with the Yellow Jacket’s triple-option offense. The triple option is rare to see outside of games involving the military academies, but it has proven to be an excellent way for GT to maximize its limited talent pool. Players to watchClemsonClelinn Ferrell (DE)Christian Wilkins (DT)Dexter Lawrence (DT) Albert Huggins (DT)Trayvon Mullen (CB)Isaiah Simmons (S)Mitch Hyatt (OT)Georgia TechParker Braun (OG)(7) Stanford at (20) OregonABC - 8 p.m.It is somewhat rare for those of us on the east coast to see these two west coast teams playing this early in the day, especially against each other. This should be an exciting game, pitting one of the top quarterback prospects against the nation’s best scoring defense. Oregon’s Justin Herbert is that quarterback, and like Lock possesses intriguing measurables. At 6-6, 230 pounds (school measurements), he is a big, strong quarterback with the arm to fire the ball down the field or into tight windows, or throw down the field with touch. He also has the athleticism to make a defense regret giving him space as a runner. Stanford fields one of the best defenses in the nation, but they don’t have many highly regarded prospects in this year’s draft. Stanford’s top prospect will likely be running back Bryce Love, who returns from a knee injury this week. Love could have declared for last year’s draft, and would have been highly drafted coming off an impressive 223-carry effort that saw him score 19 touchdowns and average 8.1 yards per carry. Instead he returned to school, but has yet to match the offensive production from his sophomore and junior seasons. He’ll hope to get his season on track this season against Oregon.Players to watchStanfordBryce Love (RB)Nate Herbig (OL)Devery Hamilton (OT)Jesse Burkett (OC)J.J. Arcega-Whiteside (WR)Kaden Smith (TE)Alijah Holder (CB)OregonJustin Herbert (QB) Jalen Jelks (EDGE)

did the best he could and deserves the be treated with respect; rather I thought it would be a good opportunity for us all to look back on Rod Rust’s time with the Patriots so we can appreciate these days in which we get to complain about a 38-31 road win against a very good team that sees the Patriots sitting at 1st place in the AFC East because the defense didn’t get enough stops and there were too many turnovers for our liking. The Pats used to be a national laughingstock. And I don’t know about any of you, but I’d rather be the team that everyone loves to hate than the team that nobody even cares about.So thank you, Rod. You’re as much a part of this team’s history as Jim Plunkett, Gino Cappelletti, Bob Kraft, Tom Brady, and Bill Belichick. May the next step of your journey be full of double-digit wins and Duckboat parades as far as the eye can see

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