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EDMONTON, Alta -- The Minnesota Wild lost the first three games of their five-game road trip. Jeremy Hill Jersey .But as they prepare to play the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday, Minnesotas coach and players said they feel like they should have come out with something more.All three were one-goal losses, including Friday 3-2 shootout loss to Calgary, and two came in the shootout.In each of the Wilds last five games, they scored first. So, its not like Minnesota is struggling badly. Its more of a case of small mistakes costing them points.Weve just got to get sharper, said Wild goalie Devan Dubnyk, who played 171 games as an Edmonton Oiler. Were a great hockey team. We talk about that in the room. Just because were a great hockey team doesnt mean its just going to happen for us. We have to go out there and be great. We have a lot of guys in this room that can do that. Its a long season. I have no doubt well get back to where we were.If the Wild could get some goals from their top line, they could turn narrow losses into victories. Coach Bruce Boudreau has been very critical of his top unit of Charlie Coyle, Zach Parise and Eric Staal. The trio didnt get a point against Calgary, and generated only four shots on goal.They were pointless in Tuesdays 5-4 loss to the Vancouver Canucks.(They) werent very good, Boudreau said of his top three. Theyve got to get going on their own. We can prod them, but in the end, we need those guys to be our best players or were not going to have success.The Oilers won only their second home game in their last seven on Saturday, a 3-2 overtime victory over the Anaheim Ducks. Leon Draisaitl scored the winner and has three goals in his last two games. Connor McDavid, the NHLs leader with 34 points, had his seven-game point streak snapped, but still has 15 points in his last eight outings.Sometimes it takes a little while to build chemistry and feel really comfortable with guys, Draisaitl said. We had some good looks (against the Ducks) and had the tough matchups.Oilers coach Todd McLellan is looking to get more out of the Oilers power play on home ice. It has been Jekyll-and-Hyde this season. On the road, it has a 26.8 percent success rate, but its only 12.6 at home.The Oilers got a power-play goal in Saturdays win, though, and another just as an Anaheim penalty was expiring. So the coach is hoping the team is snapping out of its home-ice funk.Weve moved a few people around and encouraged them to throw more pucks at the net, but tactically and systematically, there is not a lot of difference, McLellan said. They are just going in. We were in the crapper with the power play and now we are starting to come out of it and we need to keep it rolling.This will be the first meeting of the season between the Wild and Oilers. Boomer Esiason Jersey . -- Ryan Getzlaf grabbed the three pucks wrapped in tape and held them up to his chest in the Anaheim Ducks dressing room for a celebration nine seasons in the making. Alex Erickson Jersey . The Vancouver coach and an announced sellout crowd of 18,910 watched in dismay as the Canucks lost 7-4 to the New York Islanders on Monday night by squandering a 3-0 lead in the third period. http://www.cheapbengalsjerseysauthentic.com/?tag=authentic-dre-kirkpatrick-jersey . Despite dominating possession, Schalke needed an own goal from Nicolas Hoefler for the breakthrough a minute before the interval. The Freiburg midfielder misjudged Jefferson Farfans corner and bundled the ball into his own net. NFL Nation reporters detail the biggest storylines -- and what they mean going forward -- for every team coming out of Week 11.?AFC East | AFC North| AFC South | AFC West NFC East | NFC North | NFC South | NFC WestAFC EASTBuffalo Bills?(5-5)The Bills snapped their three-game losing streak with a 16-12 win Sunday over the Bengals, but the victory did little to inspire confidence that Buffalo can make the playoffs. The Bills still have to win five of their final six games to finish with a 10-6 record and have a realistic shot at the postseason. With RB LeSean McCoy (thumb) and WR Robert Woods (knee) exiting Sundays game, the Bills dont seem to be healthy enough to mount a late-season winning streak. -- Mike RodakWeek 12: vs. Jacksonville, Sunday,?1 p.m. ETMiami Dolphins?(6-4)Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill is suddenly developing a clutch gene at the right time. Tannehill has had three game-winning or game-tying touchdown drives during Miamis five-game winning streak, including Sundays touchdown throw to receiver DeVante Parker in a 14-10 win over the Rams. This bodes well for Miami (6-4), which is in the thick of the playoff race with six games remaining. -- James WalkerWeek 12: vs. San Francisco, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETNew England Patriots?(8-2)A rainbow formed over Levis Stadium as Tom Brady was kneeling on the ball to close out a 30-17 victory over the 49ers. The win capped off Bradys happy homecoming on a day when a notable Patriots road crowd chanted Brady! at various points during the action. Brady was once again the key by making two remarkable plays on his third and fourth TD throws, but if the Patriots are to discover the pot of gold at the end of the season in the form of a Super Bowl championship, they know their still-in-transition defense will need to play more consistently.?-- Mike ReissWeek 12: at New York Jets, Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ETNew York Jets?(3-7)On Monday, Todd Bowles will announce his quarterback decision: Ryan Fitzpatrick or Bryce Petty. Fitzpatrick gives them the best chance to beat the Patriots on Sunday, if his sprained knee is OK. Petty needs time to audition for the 2017 job. The Jets are out of contention, so it makes sense to play Petty. But Bowles could be stubborn, trying to squeeze every win he can out of this season. -- Rich CiminiWeek 12: vs. New England, Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ETAFC NORTHBaltimore Ravens?(5-5)The Ravens are going to need CB Jimmy Smith to return from a back injury in order to make a strong playoff run. In six full quarters without Smith, Baltimore has allowed quarterbacks to produce a 126.9 passer rating, and teams have completed 75 percent of their passes for five touchdowns and one interception. The Ravens might get a break Sunday against the Bengals, who could be without receiver A.J. Green (hamstring). If were going to fight for our playoff lives, you want your biggest horses running the Kentucky Derby, Terrell Suggs said of getting back Smith. -- Jamison HensleyWeek 12: vs.?Cincinnati, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETCincinnati Bengals?(3-6-1)With A.J. Green potentially out for the season with a hamstring injury, the Bengals outlook on offense looks bleak. Theyre still mathematically in the playoff hunt after the Ravens lost on Sunday, but their offense must take a giant step forward if they want to have any shot at the AFC North. Green is their best playmaker, so its hard to imagine they would be able to right the ship without him. -- Katherine TerrellWeek 12: at Baltimore, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETCleveland Browns?(0-11)Cody Kesslers second concussion in five games makes the rest of his season iffy. The Browns likely will go back to Josh McCown as the starter Sunday against the Giants. Robert Griffin III has yet to be cleared for full contact. -- Pat McManamonWeek 12: vs. New York Giants, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETPittsburgh Steelers?(5-5)The Steelers found something on offense that will translate on the road: pound the ball with LeVeon Bell, starting Thursday night against the Colts. Pittsburgh controlled the pace against the Browns with Bells 28 carries for 146 yards. We need to finish drives and we need to get the ball in the hands of No. 26, said right tackle?Marcus Gilbert. The Steelers still need a consistent No. 2 receiving option behind Antonio Brown, but Bells 201 total yards plus the defenses eight sacks equals a good day for the Steelers, who got their first win in 42 days. -- Jeremy FowlerWeek 12: at Indianapolis, Thursday, 8:30 p.m. ETAFC SOUTHHouston Texans?(6-3)Heading into the Texans Monday night game against the Raiders, all eyes will be on QB Brock Osweiler. In order to beat the 7-2 Raiders, Osweiler will likely need to play better than he did last week, when he threw for just 99 yards. -- Sarah BarshopWeek 12: vs. San Diego, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETIndianapolis Colts?(5-5)The Colts have a short week to prepare for a Pittsburgh team that has embarrassed them in the past two meetings, when the Steelers beat them by a combined 52 points. Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger was 64-of-88 for 886 yards with 10 touchdowns and no interceptions in those games. -- Mike WellsWeek 12: vs.?Pittsburgh, Thursday, 8:30 p.m. ETJacksonville Jaguars?(2-8)The Jaguars varied the script on Sunday, but they still ended up in the same place: with another loss. They forced turnovers for the first time since Week 4, played with a lead in the fourth quarter for the first time since Week 6 and held Detroit to just 14 yards rushing. But a pick-six -- Blake Bortles 10th of the season -- a punt return for a TD and SenDerrick Marks jumping offside on fourth down sealed their 20th loss in their past 22 road games. -- Mike DiRoccoWeek 12:?at Buffalo, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETTennessee Titans?(5-6)The Titans shift from a familiar opponent to an unfamiliar opponent -- after losing to to the Colts, Tennessee travels to Chicago. If the Titans can pressure Jay Cutler the way they pressured Andrew Luck -- on nearly half his dropbacks -- they would figure to have far better defensive success. They also need to work on flat starts on offense, which really hurt them in their most recent losses at San Diego and at Indianapolis. -- Paul KuharskyWeek 12: at Chicago, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETAFC WESTDenver Broncos?(7-3)The Broncos return to work Monday after their bye and will be as healthy as they were in September, but on the field, they have to find an answer for the offensive line. They havent protected QB Trevor Siemian well enough, and their 3.7 yards per carry was near the bottom of the league when this weekends games began. One of the solutions they have considered is whether to rotate players, especially at guard during games. The Broncos like to put seven offensive linemen in uniform on game days and have given some thought to moving players in and out of the lineup during games to try and find the combinations that work best. If they can play even slightly better than before, the Broncos can keep themselves in the race for their sixth consecutive division title. -- Jeff LegwoldWeek 12: vs. Kansas City, Sunday, 8:30 p.m. ET?Kansas City Chiefs?(7-3)The loss to the Buccaneers is something new, but the Chiefs problems on Sunday included an underachieving offense and a defense that struggled to get the opponent off the field, both of which have been ongoing for some time. Kansas City won its two previous games despite playing the same way, and now it has caught up to them. The Chiefs have a lot to fix before next Sunday nights matchup against the Broncos in Denver. The list is so long its reasonable to wonder whether they can pull everything in a weeks time. -- Adam TeicherWeek 12: at Denver, Sunday, 8:30 p.m. ET?Oakland Raiders?(7-2)Los Malosos estan en Mexico City. Translation: The Bad Boys are in Mexico City. But you already knew that, right? The Raiders jump right out of their bye week, which began after a prime-time beating of the defending champion Broncos, and into another nationally televised affair -- this time on ESPNs Monday Night Football against the Texans. Estadio Azteca sits more than 7,300 feet above sea level, so altitude will be a concern for both teams -- as if they wont be breathless enough from watching civil rights icon Tommie Smith light the Al Davis Torch before the game. Smiths raised-fist salute in the 1968 Mexico City Olympics transcended sport. -- Paul GutierrezWeek 12: vs. Carolina, Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET?San Diego Chargers?(4-6)After giving his players the week off, Chargers head coach Mike McCoy will hold practice at Chargers Park on Monday. McCoy is hopeful to get a handful of players back this week from injury, including WR Travis Benjamin (knee) and S Jahleel Addae (clavicle). San Diego also will hit the road to face the Texans on a short week. Houston plays the Raiders in Mexico City on Monday Night Football. -- Eric D. WilliamsWeek 12: at Houston, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETNFC EASTDallas Cowboys?(9-1)There is little time for the Cowboys to celebrate Sundays win over the Ravens; Dallas hosts Washington on Thanksgiving. In his opening statement, coach Jason Garrett said the Cowboys have to put the win to bed quickly and move on to Washington. The Cowboys will hold walkthrough practices Monday through Wednesday. Theres another reason to put the game to bed quickly: Even with a nine-game winning streak, the Cowboys (9-1) have not beeen able to separate much from the New York Giants (7-3). Trey Hopkins Jersey. -- Todd ArcherWeek 12: vs. Washington, Thursday, 4:30 p.m. ETNew York Giants?(7-3)It might be time to take the Giants seriously. They won their fifth straight game Sunday, a 22-10 victory over the Bears. With the Browns on deck, the Giants have 8-3 in their sights. Between improvement in their running attack and pass rush, and Eli Manning and the offense not turning the ball over, the Giants are proving to be contenders in the NFC. -- Jordan RaananWeek 12: at Cleveland, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETPhiladelphia Eagles?(5-5)The Eagles have little margin for error following a 26-15 loss to the Seahawks. Sitting at 5-5 and at the bottom of the NFC East, theyll have to be near perfect over the final six games in order to make the postseason. The offense in particular has been anything but perfect, and with injuries beginning to pile up, the Eagles have an uphill climb to turn around their fortunes. The next test comes at home on Monday Night Football against the Packers. -- Tim McManusWeek 12: vs. Green Bay, Monday, 8:30 p.m. ETWashington Redskins?(6-3-1)The Redskins dont get much time to celebrate their big win over the Packers, playing four days later in Dallas on Thanksgiving Day. The big question now: Can the Redskins they keep their offense rolling? Quarterback Kirk Cousins is coming off yet another strong game, with 375 yards and three touchdowns. He continues to play one good game after another, but hell now have to outduel rookie QB Dak Prescott. The big key this week will be hoping the defense can do a better job; if it cant stop the run, Prescott and the Cowboys will have a big game. -- John KeimWeek 12: at Dallas, Thursday, 4:30 p.m. ETNFC NORTHChicago Bears?(2-8)Sure, the Bears were upset after another tough loss, but the players were equally concerned about the health of rookie Leonard Floyd, who was taken to a local hospital after he suffered a neck injury. Thats one of our young bucks, said linebacker Pernell McPhee. Thats one of our playmakers. Hes a guy who we depend on. Floyds initial outlook is positive, but the injury could derail his promising rookie season. Floyd has played well for several weeks -- he is second on the team with five sacks -- and he recorded a tackle for loss against the Giants before the neck injury occurred. If Floyd misses time, hell be the fourth former first-round pick to suffer a significant injury in 2016.?Kevin White, Kyle Fuller and Kyle Long are all on injured reserve.-- Jeff DickersonWeek 12: vs. Tennessee, Sunday, 1 p.m. ET?Detroit Lions?(6-4)The Lions have been playing this cardiac style of football all season. Theyve trailed in the fourth quarter in every game theyve played, but unlike the winless Browns, Detroit is atop its division at 6-4. And the Lions, who admit theyd prefer to win more comfortably, have appeared to embrace that this is who they are. You have to accept that and find a way to win, Lions coach Jim Caldwell said. Detroit has, and if it can pull off another win Thursday against Minnesota, the Lions would give themselves some breathing room where it matters most: the race for the divisional title. -- Michael RothsteinWeek 12:?vs. Minnesota,?Thursday, 12:30 p.m. ETGreen Bay Packers?(4-6)Can anyone bear to watch the Packers defense anymore? Youll get six more opportunities this season, but chances are it will be more of what you saw in Sundays loss at Washington. The Packers havent held a team under 30 points in a month and have allowed more than 40 points each of the past two weeks. Tune in next week on Monday Night Football to see how many points the Eagles score. -- Rob DemovskyWeek 12: at Philadelphia, Monday, 8:30 p.m. ETMinnesota Vikings?(6-4)After winning for the first time in more than a month, the Vikings wont get much time to enjoy the victory. The NFC North lead will be on the line Thanksgiving Day, when the Vikings travel to Detroit to face the Lions. Coach Mike Zimmer said he gave himself a victory 10 minutes after their 30-24 win over the Cardinals on Sunday and told himself the Vikings had to start moving on to the Lions, who beat Minnesota in overtime earlier this month. -- Ben GoesslingWeek 12:?at Detroit, Thursday, 12:30 p.m. ETNFC SOUTHAtlanta Falcons?(6-4)One of the big topics to keep an eye on is the status of Pro Bowl CB Desmond Trufant as he continues to recover from a shoulder/pectoral injury. Falcons coach Dan Quinn said Trufant is expected to be back at some point this season, maybe even during practice this week heading into Sundays Arizona game. The Falcons certainly need their best defensive player on the field for the stretch run after giving up 35 pass plays of 20-plus yards through the first 10 games. It could come down to how much pain Trufant is able to deal with as a result of the injury. -- Vaughn McClureWeek 12: vs. Arizona, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETCarolina Panthers?(4-6)Luke Kuechlys status is up in the air after the three-time Pro Bowl middle linebacker suffered a concussion in Thursdays win over New Orleans. But theres no questioning the Panthers have found themselves defensively. Heading into Sundays games, their 18 sacks were the most over the past four games and their 17.5 points a game rank fourth during that span -- they allowed 29.8 over the first six games. Carolina has won three of its past four to get back into playoff contention, and if the Panthers are to remain there, defense will be the key regardless of Kuechlys status. -- David NewtonWeek 12: at Oakland, Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ETNew Orleans Saints?(4-6)Special teams have become priority No. 1 for the 4-6 Saints, who have had blocked kicks or botched kick returns (or both) contribute to four of their losses this season. FOXs Jay Glazer reported that the Saints plan to bring in an additional special-teams coach to help address the problem during this nine-day break between games. The Saints have two home games in a row coming up against the Rams and Lions to try and salvage the season. -- Mike TriplettWeek 12: vs. Los Angeles, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETTampa Bay Buccaneers?(5-5)The Bucs beat the Chiefs in Kansas City, 19-17, improving to 5-5 and taking sole possession of second place in the NFC South. Head coach Dirk Koetter was thrilled with the way his young QB played against one of the leagues top defenses, even though the Bucs were just 1-of-5 in the red zone. Jameis Winston was out of sight today, Koetter said. Thats as good of quarterback play of however many years Ive been in the league now. Jameis was awesome all day. Kicker Roberto Aguayo was a perfect 4-for-4 on field goals. Koetter said, He had his best day as a pro. Roberto was clutch today. -- Jenna LaineWeek 12: vs. Seattle, Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ETNFC WESTArizona Cardinals?(4-5-1)Some Cardinals players said theyre desperate after a 30-24 loss to the Vikings on Sunday. With another tough road game coming up next week in Atlanta, the Cardinals need to correct their self-inflicted mistakes, of which there were many. Throughout the locker room, a common message was finding a way to win, but next week wont be any easier for the Cardinals. -- Josh WeinfussWeek 12: at Atlanta, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETLos Angeles Rams?(4-6)Rams QB Jared Goff didnt set the world on fire in his NFL debut, but the rookie out of Cal was mostly assignment correct and didnt turn the ball over against an aggressive Dolphins defensive front. Goff didnt throw a touchdown, finishing with 134 passing yards. He was sacked once. Rams head coach Jeff Fisher said his offense played things close to the vest because of the unusually wet weather but will loosen things up a bit next week for Goff. His second start comes on the road against the Saints. -- Eric D. WilliamsWeek 12: at Los Angeles, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETSan Francisco 49ers?(1-9)The 49ers lost their ninth consecutive game Sunday and again had a chance to pull off an upset, but couldnt because they failed to perform in the second half. Safety Antoine Bethea said the second-half struggles have been a perpetual problem all season and referred to it as laying an egg after solid first-half performances. At 1-9 with a long trip to Miami next, then a weeklong stay in Orlando and a trip to Chicago coming up, the Niners have an uphill climb to find their second win -- especially if they cant find a way to finish. -- Nick WagonerWeek 12: at Miami, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETSeattle Seahawks?(7-2-1)Thomas Rawls returned from a fibula injury vs. the Eagles, and he will now be counted on to carry the Seahawks rushing attack going forward. Thats because C.J. Prosise suffered a scapula injury and will be out for a while, according to coach Pete Carroll. Rawls carried 14 times for 57 yards Sunday in his first action since Week 2. Last week, the Seahawks waived Christine Michael, and on Sunday, running back Troymaine Pope suffered a high ankle sprain against the Eagles. The good news for the Seahawks: They ran for a season-high 152 yards vs. the Eagles. Carroll wants balance, and even though the Seahawks strength has been the passing attack, Rawls will play a big role down the stretch. -- Sheil KapadiaWeek 12: at Tampa Bay, Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From ChinaCheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '