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BETHLEHEM, Pa. Edinson Cavani Paris Saint-Germain Jersey . -- Tim Kempton scored 15 points with 10 rebounds, blocked three shots and sank a late free throw that gave Lehigh the final lead in a tight win over Robert Morris 64-58 on Saturday.Kahron Ross and Kyle Leufroy each scored 11 points and Austin Price 10 for the Mountain Hawks (3-4). Price had seven of Lehighs 14 assists.Isaiah Still led Robert Morris (2-7) with 17 points and Kavon Stewart added 13.In a game that saw nine lead changes and nine ties, Kempton converted a three-point play to forge a 50-50 tie, and his free throw with 4:11 remaining put Lehigh ahead for good, 51-50. He punctuated the final surge with a dunk for a 55-50 lead.A Stewart drive with 12 seconds remaining pulled Robert Morris to 60-58. But Price sank two free throws, stole the ball and fed to Ross for a bucket in the final seven seconds. Stanley NSoki Jersey . "It doesnt get any better than that," Giambi said. "Im speechless." The Indians are roaring toward October. Giambi belted a two-run, pinch-hit homer with two outs in the ninth inning to give Cleveland a shocking 5-4 win over the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night, keeping the Indians up with the lead pack in the AL wild-card race. Thilo Kehrer Jersey . -- Adam Snyder returned to the San Francisco 49ers this season because the offensive lineman thought it was his best opportunity to win a championship. http://www.parissaintgermainfcstore.com/Women-Thilo-Kehrer-Paris-Saint-Germain-Jersey/ . Now tied for second in the league in shootout goals, the 24-year-old likes to see what the opposing goaltender has in store before he ultimately lands on a move. SCOREBOARDMonday, Oct. 17New York Jets at Arizona, 8:30 p.m. EDT. The Monday night matchup features a showdown between Jets coach Todd Bowles and Cardinals coach Bruce Arians, whose friendship spans 30 years to when Arians was the coach at Temple and Bowles was one of his defensive backs. The struggling Jets (1-4) have lost three in a row, while the Cardinals (3-2) get quarterback Carson Palmer back from a concussion.---STARSPassing- Drew Brees, Saints, passed for 465 yards and four touchdowns in New Orleans 41-38 victory over Carolina, breaking a tie with Peyton Manning for the most 400-yard games in the regular season with his 15th.- Eli Manning, Giants, passed for 403 yards and three touchdowns, including the winning 66-yard score by Odell Beckham Jr. with 1:24 left to play, in New Yorks 27-23 victory over Baltimore.- Tom Brady, Patriots, threw three touchdown passes and went over 5,000 completions for his career while playing his first game in Foxborough since the end of his Deflategate suspension, leading New England past Cincinnati 35-17.- Rookie Cody Kessler, Browns, threw for a career-high 336 yards and also had two TD passes, both to Terrelle Pryor in Clevelands 28-26 loss at Tennessee.- Matthew Stafford, Lions, was 23 of 31 for 270 yards with a season-high four touchdowns in Detroits 31-28 win over Los Angeles.---Rushing- Jay Ajayi, Dolphins, rushed for a career-high 204 yards and two scores on 25 carries in Miamis 30-15 win over Pittsburgh.- LeSean McCoy, Bills, had 140 yards rushing and matched a career high by scoring three times in Buffalos 45-16 victory over San Francisco.- Rookie Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys, rushed for 157 yards on 28 carries in Dallas 30-16 win at Green Bay.- Matt Jones, Redskins, ran for 135 yards, including a victory-sealing 57-yard run on a third-down play with just under 90 seconds remaining, and a touchdown in Washingtons 27-20 win over Philadelphia.- Spencer Ware, Chiefs, ran for a career-high 131 yards and a touchdown in Kansas Citys 26-10 win over Oakland.- Terrance West, Ravens, had two touchdown runs and finished with 87 yards on 23 carries in Baltimores 27-23 loss to the New York Giants.---Receiving- Odell Beckham Jr., Giants, caught eight passes for a career-best 222 yards and two touchdowns, including turning a short fourth-and-1 pass into a winning 66-yard catch-and-run with 1:24 to play in New Yorks 27-23 victory over Baltimore.- Brandin Cooks, Saints, had an 87-yard touchdown catch to highlight a career-high 173-yard outing on seven catches in New Orleans 41-38 win over Carolina.- Golden Tate, Lions, had eight receptions for a career-high 165 yards and a touchdown to help Detroit edge Los Angeles 31-28.- Rob Gronkowski, Patriots, had seven receptions for a career-high 162 yards and a touchdown in New Englands 35-17 win over Cincinnati.- Kenny Britt, Rams, caught seven passes for 136 yards and two touchdowns in Los Angeles 31-28 loss at Detroit.- Cameron Meredith, Bears, caught 11 passes for 113 yards in Chicagos 17-16 loss to Jacksonville.- Amari Cooper, Raiders, had 10 receptions for 129 yards in Oaklands 26-10 win over Kansas City.---Special Teams- Wil Lutz, Saints, kicked a 52-yard field goal with 11 seconds left to lift New Orleans over Carolina 41-38.- Matt Prater, Lions, made a tie-breaking, 34-yard field goal with 1:29 remaining, giving Detroit a 31-28 win over Los Angeles.- Wendell Smallwood, Eagles, returned a kickoff 86 yards for a touchdown in Philadelphias 27-20 loss at Washington.- Steven Hauschka, Seahawks, kicked a 44-yard field goal with 1:57 remaining to cap the 20th career fourth quarter or overtime comeback for Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson, and the Seahawks pulled out a 26-24 win over Atlanta.---Defense- Malcolm Jenkins, Eagles, returned an interception 64 yards for a touchdown in Philadelphias 27-20 loss at Washington.- Rafael Bush, Lions, had a victory-sealing interception two plays after Matt Prater made a tie-breaking, 34-yard field goal with 1:29 left in Detroits 31-28 win over Los Angeles.- Donta Hightower, Patriots, got his second safety in two weeks, dragging down Andy Dalton in the end zone in the third quarter of New Englands 35-17 win over Cincinnati.- DeForest Buckner, 49ers, had two sacks and a fumble recovery in San Franciscos 45-16 loss at Buffalo.- Ryan Kerrigan, Redskins, had two sacks in Washingtons 27-20 win over Philadelphia.- Willie Young, Bears, sacked Blake Bortles twice in Chicagos 17-16 loss to Jacksonville.---STREAKS & STATSDallas Dak Prescott threw the first interception of his career against Green Bay, ending his NFL-record streak for the start of a career at 176 pass attempts. He broke the mark of 162 previously held by New Englands Tom Brady. ... Cincinnati has lost in its past six trips to New England, including a 35-17 defeat Sunday, and hasnt won in Foxborough since 1986. ... Chicago fell to 2-9 at home in two seasons under coach John Fox with a 17-16 loss to Jacksonville. ... Case Keenum completed a Rams-record 19 straight passes, and finished 27 of 32 for 321 yards with three touchdowns -- and an interception in Los Angeles 31-28 loss at Detroit. ... San Francisco allowed 312 yards rushing -- Buffalos best outing since 1992 -- including 140 by LeSean McCoy in the 49ers 45-16 loss. ... Bills LB Lorenzo Alexander extended his sacks streak to six games, matching the teams longest since Aaron Schobel did it during the 2006 season. The 10-year journeyman has eight sacks this season. ... Tennessees 28-26 win over Cleveland was its second straight victory, the first time the Titans have won consecutive games since the end of the 2013 season.---MILESTONESWith a 465-yard performance in a 41-38 victory over Carolina, New Orleans Drew Brees broke a tie with Peyton Manning with his 15th 400-yard passing game, the most in the regular season. Brees, who has 50,289 yards in 11 seasons with New Orleans, also became the sixth player to pass for 50,000 with one team, and extended his NFL-record streak of consecutive home games with a touchdown pass to 57. ... With 5,010 career completions, New Englands Tom Brady became the fourth player in NFL history to reach 5,000, joining Brett Favre (6,300), Manning (6,125) and Brees (5,515). ... Jay Ajayi ran for 204 yards and two touchdowns, the final one coming on a 62-yard run on his last carry in Miamis 30-15 victory over Pittsburgh. Ajayi joined Ricky Williams as the only Dolphins to rush for at least 200 yards and two scores in a game. He also became the Dolphins first 200-yard rusher since Reggie Bush in 2011. ... The Giants 27-23 victory over Baltimore was the 700th win in franchise history.---STARTSWitth a 35-17 loss at New England, Cincinnati dropped to 2-4 for the first time since 2010, when it finished 4-12 -- its worst season under coach Marvin Lewis. Juan Bernat Jersey. ... After opening the season 0-2, Washington has its best record through six games since 2008 at 4-2 after a 27-20 win over Philadelphia. ... Cleveland (0-6) is mired in its worst start since 1999, when the Browns lost their first seven as an expansion franchise. ... Dallas Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 157 yards in a 30-16 win at Green Bay, giving him 703 yards rushing -- second most in a players first six career games, behind only Eric Dickerson (787). Elliott also became the only rookie to rush for at least 130 yards in four consecutive games.---KAPS BACKColin Kaepernick started for San Francisco for the first time this season, but the 49ers lost their fifth straight game, falling to Buffalo 45-16. Buffalo fans greeted Kaepernick roughly for his leadership among athletes protesting during the national anthem. They booed him loudly, sold anti-Kaepernick T-shirts and roughed up a dummy wearing his jersey. Kaepernick finished 13 of 29 for 187 yards, including a 53-yard touchdown pass to Torrey Smith.---PRESCOTT PICKED OFFDallas Dak Prescott threw the first interception of his career after he was picked off on third-and-8 from the Cowboys 6, throwing out of his end zone with 20 seconds left in third quarter in a 30-16 win at Green Bay. Morgan Burnett had the diving interception. Prescotts NFL record streak for a quarterback at the start of his career without an interception ended at 176 attempts. He broke the mark of 162 previously held by New Englands Tom Brady earlier in the game.---SHUT DOWNBen Roethlisberger missed one series because of a left knee injury and was held to 189 yards passing in Pittsburghs 30-15 loss at Miami. He finished 19 for 34 with two interceptions. He hobbled to the locker room late in the second quarter, when he hyperextended his knee scrambling on a play that resulted in an interception by Reshad Jones. After the game, Roethlisberger had ice on both knees and a bruise in the middle of his back. An MRI on his knee was planned. Antonio Brown, the NFLs leading receiver, was held to four receptions for 39 yards. Teammate Sammie Coates, playing with a hand injury, didnt have a catch.---FLAG FOOTBALLPhiladelphia committed 13 penalties for 114 yards in a 27-20 loss at Washington, a week after the Eagles were called for 14 penalties for 111 yards in a loss to Detroit. ... New Orleans was flagged for pass interference three times at or near the goal line, and Carolina cashed in all three times with touchdowns. In all, New Orleans had 10 penalties for 126 yards, but still won 41-38.---ITS BENN A LONG TIMEJacksonvilles Arrelious Benn caught a slant pass, slipped and then got up and ran for a 51-yard touchdown in the closing minutes of the Jaguars 17-16 victory over the Chicago Bears on Sunday -- his first score since he had three TDs for Tampa Bay during the 2011 season. Benn spent the past three seasons on injured reserve with various injuries.---KICK AND A PICKMatt Prater made a tie-breaking, 34-yard field goal with 1:29 left and Rafael Bush followed with a victory-sealing interception two plays later, giving Detroit a 31-28 win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. The Lions (3-3) have won two straight games with Prater making the winning kick and a defensive back following up with an interception on the ensuing possession. Last week, Praters kick and Darius Slays interception gave Detroit a win over previously unbeaten Philadelphia.---REAL McCOYLeSean McCoys three-touchdown game in Buffalos 45-16 win over San Francisco was the third of his career, and first since Philadelphias 45-19 victory over the Rex Ryan-coached Jets in 2011. He became Buffalos first player to score three times rushing since Willis McGahee had four TDs against Seattle in 2004.---COOKIN IN THE END ZONENew Orleans Brandin Cooks had an 87-yard touchdown catch in a 41-38 win over Carolina, making him the first player in NFL history with two touchdown catches of at least 85 yards in his teams first five games. Cooks had a 98-yard TD reception in Week 1.---BACK IN ACTIONCarolina lost its fourth straight despite the return of quarterback Cam Newton, who missed last weeks loss to Tampa Bay because of a concussion. Newton passed for 322 yards and two touchdowns in the Panthers 41-38 loss at New Orleans. He also ran for a 2-yard score and threw a 2-point conversion to Devin Funchess that tied the game at 38 with 2:58 left, but was also intercepted by Sterling Moore in the back of the end zone, stalling a promising drive in the first half. Running back Jonathan Stewart returned after missing three games with a hamstring injury and rushed for 85 yards on 19 carries, including two short touchdowns in the fourth quarter.---SIDELINEDPittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger limped through the locker room after a 30-15 loss at Miami with his left knee aching following an awkward step in the second quarter. Though he returned to finish 19 of 34 for 189 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions, Roethlisberger planned to undergo an MRI. ... Baltimores injury-riddled and beleaguered secondary was dealt another blow when veteran Jimmy Smith left Sundays game against the New York Giants with a concussion. ... Cleveland defensive back Jordan Poyer went to the hospital with a lacerated kidney following a vicious blindside hit in the second quarter of the Browns 28-26 loss in Tennessee. He was evaluated, then put on a cart that took him to the locker room before Poyer was transported to a hospital. He was evaluated at the hospital for a concussion and an abdomen injury, revealing the damage to his kidney.---SPEAKINGIm taking credit for that one for all the chubby guys out there. Hes got phenomenal hands. ... Its just a matter of looking it in, be patient and then cut the beast loose. -- Kansas City coach Andy Reid on 346-pound defensive lineman Dontari Poe, who scored a 1-yard touchdown after lining up in the backfield before shifting out wide right and then taking a lateral from Alex Smith and pushing his way into the end zone.---Weve gotten comfortable being uncomfortable. They feel like thats the norm. -- Detroit coach Jim Caldwell after the Lions beat Los Angeles 31-28, marking the second straight game Matt Prater made a winning kick and a defensive back following up with an interception on the ensuing possession.---AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP-NFL ' ' ' 

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