Saints march to super bowl upset over Patriots
The San Francisco 49ers had the ball for three quarters, and went into overtime trailing by 20, but the tea바카라사이트m came up short — and this was the kind of victory they have been craving since the Super Bowl, to win the NFC West.
“We have to keep going at it,” 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said. “Let’s not go back to where we were, where I think we lost the Super Bowl last year, where we were playing terrible defense and we’re getting beaten the whole game. That’s unacceptable and, again, we have to turn that around for that next two years.”
The San Diego Chargers rallied after the 49ers’ first drive to win 31-21.
Jameis Winston threw an 87-yard touchdown pass to DeSean Jackson on first down and an 88-yarder to his tight end to knot the game, and San Francisco would go on to win 41-35 in overtime with Manning throwing four touchdown passes.
Jackson, who has been dealing 우리카지노with left knee inflammation for five weeks, played as poorly as he has in an NFL debut, going 22 for 39 for 185 yards and three touchdowns, including a 40-yard touchdown run.
“Jameis Winston is a tremendous pro,” Harbaugh said. “He’s a great leader on this football team. He’s one of the better quarterbacks in the world. It’s just going to be a case of when are we going to go for it.”
McDaniels is 1-6 against the NF카지노 사이트L. But he did beat Carolina and Tampa Bay in Super Bowl LI and is 9-1 against the NFC East this season.
“The playoffs should be very important. I think we’ve won a couple. And I think we’ll keep winning,” he said.
The Bucs gave up one touchdown to Michael Crabtree on their opening drive, as the Panthers went 4 for 11 on third-down passes to begin the second half. They hit Carr on fourth-and-goal from the 1 for the game-winning field goal and a 30-21 lead.
After he got knocked from the game against Seattle because of a low ankle sprain, Crabtree scored on second down to give the Panthers a 23-20 lead, but he missed a 47-yard field goal after it was recovered.
“We knew there was a good shot for our offense,” Carolina coach Ron Rivera said. “So, we kept our eyes focused on what the situatio