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NEW YORK -- The second game of the four-game series between the New York Mets and Washington Nationals will determine whether the Mets have a chance of catching the Nationals atop the National League East by the All-Star break.It might also decide the NLs starting pitcher for Tuesday nights All-Star Game.A marquee pitching matchup will take place Friday night at Citi Field, where Mets right-hander Noah Syndergaard will oppose Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg. New York won the series opener Thursday, when Wilmer Flores hit a go-ahead, three-run homer in the fifth inning of the Mets wild 9-7 victory.The Nationals raced out to leads of 4-1 and 6-4, only to watch the Mets storm back both times in a game in which the teams combined to hit eight homers, the most in Citi Field history.We fought back, they fought back, Nationals manager Dusty Baker said. Probably a heck of a game to watch, but a terrible game to lose.The Mets (47-38) are three games behind the Nationals (51-36) in the NL East. New York has cut Washingtons lead in half over the past eight days.With the next three games, weve got to do everything we can to get as close as we can heading into the break, Mets manager Terry Collins said. Its a big series for us.Runs should be at a premium Friday, when Syndergaard and Strasburg square off against each other for the first time. The two pitchers are a combined 20-3 with a 2.56 ERA and 246 strikeouts -- 123 apiece.While Syndergaard (9-3, 2.41 ERA) has become a cult hero in New York thanks to his long blonde hair and dry wit on social media, the stoic Strasburg (11-0, 2.71 ERA) will be the one looking to make history on Friday. If Strasburg does not lose, he will become the first starter to reach the All-Star Break with at least 10 wins and no losses since Dave McNally went 13-0 prior to the All-Star Game in 1969.Each pitcher has at least two intangibles working in his favor in the drive for the All-Star Game start. Both will obviously be available to pitch on three days rest Tuesday, which means there wont be any concerns over their ability to open the game with an inning or two.Syndergaard is the ace of the defending NL champions, which means his manager is the one leading the NL All-Star team. Strasburg, meanwhile, is from San Diego, where the All-Star Game will be played, and he played in college at San Diego State under late Padres legend Tony Gwynn.The Mets and Nationals may have some injury news to report Friday. New York right-hander Matt Harvey, who learned during an examination Thursday that he has symptoms of thoracic outlet syndrome, is expected to decide by the end of the weekend if he will undergo surgery.The Nationals played a man down Thursday due to first baseman Ryan Zimmermans absence because of undisclosed soreness. Baker said the team may have to make a roster move Friday in order to get back to a full bench. Aaron Burbridge Jersey . Giroud, who wasnt in the starting lineup for two matches after allegations about his private life and a decline in form, scored twice in the first half. Tomas Rosickys chip made it 3-0 before half time at Emirates Stadium, while defender Laurent Koscielny scored an unmarked header in the second half. Jerry Rice Jersey . Hargreaves began his career in 2008 with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and has played with the Edmonton Eskimos and last season with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. http://www.official49ersnflauthenticshop.com/jimmie-ward-stitched-jersey/ . 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CLEVELAND -- Tom Brady, looking razor-sharp at times and relatively rust-free after serving his four-game Deflategate suspension, passed for 406 yards and three touchdowns to Martellus Bennett in his hyped return and the New England Patriots thumped the Cleveland Browns 33-13 on Sunday.Brady was back -- much to the relief of teammates and New England fans everywhere -- following a ban for his role in the scandal in which an NFL investigation found the Patriots under-inflated footballs in the 2015 AFC championship game.Brady fought Commissioner Roger Goodells ruling for more than a year before he begrudgingly accepted his punishment.He took out some of that built-up frustration on the Browns (0-5), throwing for 271 yards in the first half, as the Patriots (4-1) rebounded after being shut out last week at home by Buffalo.Brady threw two short TD passes in the first half to Bennett before hooking up with his new teammate again on a 37-yarder to give the Patriots a 30-7 lead in the third quarter.LIONS 24, EAGLES 23DETROIT -- Matt Prater kicked a 29-yard field goal with 1:28 left and Darius Slay made an over-the-shoulder interception on the next snap, helping the Lions hand Carson Wentz his first loss with a victory over the Eagles.The Lions (2-3) had lost three straight.The Eagles (3-1) turned the ball over for the first time this season with 2:34 remaining when Ryan Mathews fumbled on a hit by Slay. The loose football was recovered by Tyrunn Walker at the Philadelphia 45.Matthew Stafford set up the game-winning kick by converting a third-and-4 from the Eagles 39 with a perfectly placed pass on a crossing route to Golden Tate, who drew an unnecessary roughness penalty on Malcolm Jenkins.REDSKINS 16, RAVENS 10BALTIMORE -- The Redskins used an 85-yard punt return by Jamison Crowder and an uncharacteristically strong performance by their defense to beat the Ravens.It was the third straight win for the Redskins (3-2), who came in with the leagues 29th-ranked defense. Washington allowed a touchdown on the games opening drive and smothered the Ravens (3-2) the rest of the way.The game wasnt decided until the final minute, when an apparent 23-yard touchdown catch by Baltimores Breshad Perriman was overturned by replay. Perriman got his right foot down in the end zone, but his left foot was out of bounds.Crowder scored Washingtons first TD with a sensational run through the middle of the Baltimore punt return team in the second quarter.COWBOYS 28, BENGALS 14ARLINGTON, Texas -- Ezekiel Elliott ran for 134 yards and two touchdowns, fellow rookie Dak Prescott threw for a score and ran for another TD, and the Cowboys beat the Bengals.Prescott had his first turnover in five games starting in place of injured Tony Romo, a fumble when being sacked late in the third quarter. But Prescott extended his NFL rookie record to 155 passes without an interception to start his career. He completed 18 of 24 passes for 227 yards.Elliott, on only 15 carries, became the first Cowboys rookie with three consecutive 100-yard rushing games.Dallas (4-1) has won four in a row. The Bengals (2-3) already have a losing record a year after being 8-0 midway through the season.FALCONS 23, BRONCOS 16DENVER -- Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons didnt need another 300-yard performance from Julio Jones to decipher Denvers dazzling defense and wreck Paxton Lynchs first NFL start.Using a steady dose of I-formation runs and short passes that put Denvers linebackers in coverage, the Falcons (4-1) handed the Super Bowl champs their first loss since Dec. 20 at Pittsburgh and left the Minnesota Vikings (5-0) as the NFLs last unbeaten team.The Broncos (4-1) were on their heels having to respect the play-action because Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman were so effective running the ball, combining for 119 yards and a 4.4-yard average.STEELERS 31, JETS 13PITTSBURGH -- Ben Roethlisberger passed for 380 yards and four touchdowns and the surging Steelers pulled away in the second half for a win over the Jets.Sammie Coates caught six passes for a career-high 139 yards and two scores, including a 72-yard catch-and-run for a score on Pittsburghs opening drive as the Steelers moved the ball at will against a secondary missing injured star Darrelle Revis.Steelers running back LeVeon Bell racked up 154 yards of total offense, including a career-high nine receptions, while Antonio Brown caught nine passes for 78 yards and a touchdown. The All-Pro receiver, who has been fined on multiple occasions this season for crossiing the line during his celebratory dances, simply handed the ball to a fan in the stands.ddddddddddddPittsburgh (4-1) played without starting right tackle Marcus Gilbert, but had little trouble protecting Roethlisberger from one of the NFLs top defensive lines.The Jets fell to 1-4.BILLS 30, RAMS 19LOS ANGELES -- Nickell Robey-Coleman returned an interception 41 yards for a touchdown, LeSean McCoy rushed for 150 yards, and the Bills won their third consecutive game by defeating the Rams.Robey-Coleman stepped in front of rookie receiver Pharoh Cooper and strolled down the sideline to put the Bills (3-2) ahead 23-16 with 3:54 left in the third quarter.The big play allowed the Bills to finish off the Rams (3-2) and end their three-game winning streak. Robey-Coleman added another interception in the final minutes.The Bills stopped Bradley Marquez on a fake punt at the Rams 25 with 3:41 remaining.Tyrod Taylor then threw a 6-yard touchdown to Marquise Goodwin to put the game out of reach.RAIDERS 34, CHARGERS 31OAKLAND, Calif. -- Derek Carr threw a go-ahead 21-yard touchdown pass to Michael Crabtree on a fourth-and-2 gamble and added another TD pass to Amari Cooper to lead the Raiders to a victory over the mistake-prone Chargers.San Diego (1-4) committed four turnovers and then botched the hold on a potential tying field goal. Rookie Drew Kaser couldnt hold the snap on what would have been a 36-yard field goal attempt.The Raiders (4-1) took over with 2 minutes left and ran out most of the clock to get a third straight win for the first time in five years and hand San Diego its 10th straight division loss.Oakland took the lead on a bold call late in the third quarter. Facing a fourth-and-2 at the 21 late in the third quarter trailing by five, coach Jack Del Rio once again trusted his offense to make a big play and it paid off.Carr found Crabtree deep down the left side for the touchdown that put the Raiders up 25-24. A 2-point conversion pass to Cooper gave Oakland a three-point lead and Jamize Olawale added a 1-yard run that made it 34-24 on a drive set up by Kasers 16-yard punt.TITANS 30, DOLPHINS 17MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Marcus Mariota threw for three touchdowns and ran for another score, helping the Titans overcome a handful of big plays by the Dolphins.Mariota bounced back with a strong game after totaling three interceptions and no TD passes in losses the past two weeks. He went 20 for 29 for 163 yards with no interceptions, and ran seven times for 60 yards.DeMarco Murray added 121 yards rushing for the Titans, who totaled 235 on the ground. They improved to 2-3, and Miami fell to 1-4.Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins offense turned in another woeful performance aside from the occasional long gain. Rookie Jakeem Grant scored on a 74-yard punt return , Damien Williams had a 55-yard, catch-and-run to set up a touchdown, and DeVante Parker made a 50-yard reception that led to a field goal.VIKINGS 31, TEXANS 13MINNEAPOLIS -- Adam Thielen caught a touchdown pass to cap Minnesotas opening drive and finished with a career-high 127 yards, and the Vikings defense flustered Brock Osweiler and the Texans.Marcus Sherels returned a punt 79 yards for a touchdown and Cordarelle Patterson scored on another sharp throw by Sam Bradford, who produced another turnover-free game and deftly guided the Vikings (5-0) into their bye week.Brock Osweiler was overmatched by Minnesotas relentless rush and coverage, finishing 19 for 42 for 184 yards, one interception and a late touchdown pass while taking four sacks. The Texans (3-2) were denied on 12 of 13 third downs, unable or unwilling to do much other than dump off short passes. Lamar Miller only had eight carries for 20 yards during a dud of a performance by the Texans that felt a lot like the 27-0 loss at New England two weeks ago.COLTS 29, BEARS 23INDIANAPOLIS -- Andrew Luck threw a 35-yard TD pass to T.Y. Hilton with 3:43 left to lead the Colts past the Bears.Its the first time the Colts (2-3) defeated the Bears in Indianapolis.After hearing a clamoring for changes all week, Indy went to the hurry-up offense and Luck made the alterations look good early and late.When the Colts opened up the passing game and took shots down the field, they were efficient. When they didnt, they bogged down.Brian Hoyer was solid in his third straight start throwing for 397 yards and two touchdowns for Chicago (1-4). 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