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Reason to be excited: Sean McVay. The second-year coach never has coached on a stage of this magnitude, but over two seasons, the offensive wunderkind has proved his innate leadership ability and willingness to evolve as a playcaller. McVay’s offense is full of weapons, including a much-improved quarterback in Goff, a dynamic duo in Todd Gurley and C.J. Anderson, and two 1,000-plus-yard receivers in Cooks and Woods. And recently, he has found a way to keep defenses on edge in utilizing every single one of them. Goff was 7-of-7 for 107 yards when targeting Cooks in the NFC Championship Game. — Lindsey Thiry

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The Patriots are headed to their third straight Super Bowl after going on the road and handling Patrick Mahomes in the AFC title game.

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The Rams’ turnaround has come ahead of schedule thanks to the environment built by their 32-year-old coach who has become a standard other teams wish to copy.

Reason to be concerned: Experience. There’s no telling how a team of young playmakers will react when they take the field for the biggest game of their careers. They showed their poise in a divisional-round win and in the NFC Championship Game, but Cooks and cornerback Aqib Talib are the only offensive and defensive starters with Super Bowl experience. — Thiry

Rams will win if …: they avoid turnovers. A common denominator in all three of the Rams’ regular-season losses were turnovers by Goff; he threw an interception against the Saints, threw four against the Bears and was responsible for two turnovers in a loss to the Eagles. If Goff can take care of the football, the Rams can win the Super Bowl. — Thiry

X factor: Woods caught 86 passes for 1,219 yards during the regular season. He also added six scores in a system that fits his skill set. Look for Woods to show up running intermediate cuts off the Rams’ early-down play-action concepts, while also creating separation on deep crossing routes. And when Goff can throw in rhythm, Woods will find the open voids in the coverage to move the sticks. He’s a slick route runner with the toughness to make plays inside the numbers versus both zone and man coverage. — Bowen

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Leonard Williams knows exactly what the stat sheet shows from the New York Jets’ last game, and he realizes how it looks to some fans and media.

The big defensive end played 65 of 77 snaps in the 21-17 loss at Cleveland — and didn’t register a single statistic.

No tackles, no sacks, no quarterback hits. Not even a pass defenced. But there was plenty of criticism of arguably the Jets’ best all-around defensive player.

“I just simply didn’t get much action,” Williams said Friday. “That’s pretty much it. In the run game, I was in my gap. It wasn’t like I was getting blown off the ball and was just playing bad. I’m setting the gap and I’m in my B-gap, and the ball goes the opposite way. In pass-rushing situations, I’m getting double-teamed or the ball comes out quick. It just happens like that sometimes. You’re not always going to get all the action in every game.

“I definitely wasn’t worried about the stat sheet.”

That said, he understands why some are.

Williams is in his fourth NFL season after being the Jets’ first-round pick — No. 6 overall — in 2015. He has 12 career sacks, but only two in his last 22 games and none in his last seven. That has raised eyebrows, with some wondering when — or, if — Williams will have the big-time breakout so many anticipated by now.

“That’s the reason why fans go to games, they want to see the big plays, they want to see the sacks, the touchdowns, the hoorah moments,” Williams said. “If you’re looking at a guy you’re expecting to make those type of moments, and it’s not happening, it’s natural for a fan feel that way.”

New York has eight sacks this season, tying for 10th in the NFL, but Williams doesn’t have any. Well, he actually did have a half-sack when he and Avery Williamson took down Miami’s Ryan Tannehill in Week 3, but it was nullified by a penalty.

“That’s kind of disappointing, but at the same time, it’s driving me to get that first one even more,” Williams said. “I know they come in bunches, so once I start getting them, they’re going to keep coming, so I’m definitely hungry to get after it.”

Opposing offences have clearly singled him out in their game plans, intent on not letting him be the guy to punish their quarterbacks.

“Yeah, it started last year, too, so I try to work on beating double-teams,” Williams said. “I’m not making an excuse about it and I try not to say, ‘Oh, because I’m getting double-teamed, that’s why I’m not this and this and this.’ Instead, I’m trying to figure out how to beat a double-team.”

That’s a work in progress, and he’s certainly getting plenty of practice in games.

Also, the statistics might not show the entire story.

In the Jets’ defensive line room, the players have a fines system in which they get dinged for what Williams calls “stupid, silly stuff.” They can have the amount they owe knocked down a bit for examples of what they classify as “hidden production.”

“If I’m running with the outside backer and I pick the guy really good for him and he comes free and makes the sack,” Williams explained, “that’s a ‘hidden-production’ type of thing.”

While the Jets don’t keep actual stats on “hidden production,” it helps explain why coach Todd Bowles gave Williams a positive grade for his game against Cleveland.

“I thought they tried to double him a lot and he got to the quarterback when the ball was out,” the coach said. “He took the pressure off the other guys. They sent two or three guys at him almost every other play, but Leonard caused a lot of other people to make plays and that doesn’t show up on the stat sheet. I’m happy with what he did.”

Make no mistake: Williams would like to have some tackles and sacks next to his name. For now, Williams isn’t putting extra pressure on himself or getting frustrated. He’s focused on making sure he’s doing his job at all times so that the film proves it when the team gathers.

“I’m not going to say that stats don’t matter completely,” he said. “I’m just saying that if there’s a game where I didn’t get as much stats as I wanted to, it depends on how I looked on film. If I didn’t get stats, but I looked good on film — I was in my right spot, I was doing what I was supposed to do, I didn’t have any mental errors and I’m helping the other guys get freed up — then that’s a good game to me.

“But, if I didn’t have any stats and I’m playing bad, then that’s a different story, and I’m going to be really hard on myself. At the same time, we’re all players and production matters in any type of job. I clearly want the stats, but if I’m watching film and it just didn’t work out that way, I’m not going to beat myself up about it if I did I was supposed to do.”

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GREEN BAY, Wis. — The Green Bay Packers might get injured inside linebacker Oren Burks back for their game Sunday against the Washington Redskins.

The rookie appeared to be in line to open the season as the starter inside alongside Blake Martinez when he hurt his shoulder during warmups before a preseason game last month in Oakland.

He was cleared on Wednesday to return to practice as a full participant.

Depth has also been replenished at running back, where Aaron Jones figures to return on Sunday after missing the season’s first two games after being suspended by the NFL for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.

At the least, the returns of Burks and Jones will help the Packers on special teams. They have each shown the talent to contribute in other ways too.

Jones, who was also bothered by a hamstring injury in the preseason, ran for 448 yards and four touchdowns on 81 carries last year. He had two 100-yard games, including 125 and a score on 19 carries in a win at Dallas on Oct. 8.

Coach Mike McCarthy has said that Jamaal Williams and Ty Montgomery will remain atop the depth chart. Jones gives the Packers another option in the backfield with his slashing ability.

“Give the defence a little bit more to worry about,” Williams said Thursday. “Aaron’s just a sparkplug, really. He’s always trying to open holes, especially if one’s closed, he’ll find another one really and bounce it outside.”

A third-round pick out of Vanderbilt, Burks moved up the depth chart after Jake Ryan was lost for the year in training camp with a torn ACL. The Packers traded for Antonio Morrison from the Colts to help with depth at inside linebacker after Burks went down. They also picked up Korey Toomer and James Crawford before the season started.

Burks remains atop the depth chart inside next to Martinez, having raised his profile during the preseason.

“We’ll see what the week brings us, McCarthy said before practice on Thursday. “You could see him progressing through training camp, so it will be great to get him back out there.”

Burks played inside linebacker and safety in college. His experience in coverage could help against the Redskins and running back Chris Thompson, who leads Washington with 19 receptions.


McCarthy expected quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who is playing with a left knee injury, to follow a practice plan similar to last week before the Vikings game. Saturday was the only day that Rodgers practiced last week. He played well, especially considering the injury, completing 30 of 42 passes for 281 yards and a touchdown in the 29-29 tie with Minnesota.

This week, McCarthy gave the whole team off from practice on Wednesday and elected to do a walkthrough instead, feeling that his players could use a break after a season-opening night game followed by the overtime game against Minnesota. Rodgers was due to focus on rehab on Thursday.

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ALLEN PARK, Mich. — The Detroit Lions waived running back Zach Zenner from the reserve-injured list.

Detroit made the move Wednesday as it prepared to play at San Francisco.

Zenner hurt his back against Cleveland in the preseason finale.

He earned a spot on the Lions’ roster as an undrafted rookie in 2015. He emerged as Detroit’s No. 1 running back in 2016 when he closed the regular season with more than 200 yards of offence over the last two games.

Zenner had 420 yards rushing and five touchdowns along with 20 receptions for 207 yards in 28 games over three seasons with the Lions.

At South Dakota State, he became the first Division I running back to have for 2,000 yards rushing in three straight seasons.

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Jim Tomsula made his modest head coaching start in NFL Europe, then landed as the 49ers’ top man nearly a decade later.

San Francisco promoted its longtime defensive line coach to head coach Wednesday, going with a familiar face following a national search that took more than two weeks and ended right in house.

The well-liked Tomsula is set to be formally introduced Thursday in a news conference at Levi’s Stadium.

“I’m a football coach. I’m Jim nobody from nowhere,” Tomsula said in 2010.

Tomsula replaces Jim Harbaugh, who parted ways with the Niners on Dec. 28 in what the team called a “mutual decision.” Harbaugh was introduced as Michigan’s new coach two days later following a successful four-year stint during which the 49ers reached three straight NFC championship games and a Super Bowl.

“After conducting a thorough coaching search, and meeting with a number of outstanding candidates, Jim Tomsula clearly is the right man to lead this team,” CEO Jed York said in a statement. “Jim is a great teacher and a tremendous mentor who conducts himself with great class and integrity.”

San Francisco went 8-8 last season and missed the playoffs for the first time in four years since Harbaugh arrived in January 2011, and the franchise is turning to a familiar face to get the Niners back on track to chase a sixth championship.

York said a day after the season ended he wanted to find a “teacher” to lead the franchise forward. Certainly a coach familiar with the operation was important as the 49ers build around quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who is coming off a disappointing year.

“I love my guys,” Tomsula said in a long sit-down with The Associated Press leading up to last season. “I have the best guys. They are just awesome guys from top to bottom.”

With the 46-year-old Tomsula’s hiring, it is expected that defensive coordinator Vic Fangio and other coaches will depart given he wasn’t chosen for the top job and got leapfrogged by Tomsula.

“Our organization is excited to have Jim Tomsula leading this football team,” general manager Trent Baalke said. “We have had the privilege of working alongside Jim for the past eight seasons. He is a proven leader, teacher and mentor, and we look forward to seeing him apply his craft and vision to our team.”

From one energetic, animated Jim to another leading the way.

“Extremely happy for Jimmy T! Can’t wait to get back at it!” safety Eric Reid posted on Twitter.

In the early ’90s, Tomsula worked as a sales rep for a medical equipment company, then delivered newspapers and worked as a night janitor and cut firewood to earn extra cash in his early coaching days with a young family.

“It’s a good move. I look forward to fighting for Jim Tomsula,” said tight end Vernon Davis, who is a neighbor of Tomsula’s — their kids play on the same flag football team. “Tomsula, just the energy that he provides during the games and having a relationship with him, I can tell that (for) players, he’s one of those coaches players wouldn’t mind playing for. Just his spirit. He’s a good guy and a terrific coach. He’ll allow you to go out and do whatever you can do. He’ll put each and every individual in place to perform at a high level.”

Tomsula is a perfect 1-0 as a head coach.

Serving a single-game stint as interim head coach to end the 2010 season following Mike Singletary’s firing, the coach who attended tiny Catawba College in North Carolina chose to start Alex Smith under center over Troy Smith for a 38-7 win against Arizona in the season finale.

“We’re going to win. Let me make that clear,” Tomsula said at the time. “That was something we talked about this morning. Jed’s made that very clear. Trent Baalke’s made it very clear — very, very crystal clear.”

Harbaugh was hired a couple of weeks later on a $25 million, five-year deal and quickly began a transformation of a team that had gone eight years without a winning record or playoff berth.

Now, if anybody might be able to persuade defensive lineman Justin Smith to return for another season after 14 years in the NFL, it might be his old position coach.

Tomsula could be a strong influence on running back Frank Gore returning, too.

Guiding Kaepernick will be a big part of the process.

The 49ers’ offense was inconsistent behind Kaepernick, who completed a second full season as starter that featured too many mistakes and missed opportunities. Harbaugh promoted him over Alex Smith in November 2012, and the 49ers fell short of a Super Bowl championship after that season, losing by three points to Baltimore.

“It’s up to us to make sure we compete for and win Super Bowls. That’s our only goal,” York said. “We don’t raise division championships banners. We don’t raise NFC Championship banners. We raise Super Bowl banners.”

Tomsula will be challenged to get far more production out of an offense that struggled to score points in the second half last season. San Francisco managed only 37 points after halftime in nine games going into its 20-17 victory in the regular-season finale against Arizona.

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Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace isn’t afraid to use a high pick on a linebacker.

Two years ago, Pace traded up two spots from No. 11 to No. 9 to draft outside linebacker Leonard Floyd out of Georgia. Although legitimate concerns existed regarding Floyd’s playing weight/durability coming out of college, the Bears felt Floyd’s off-the-charts athleticism outweighed the risk.

Floyd – after 22 NFL games – remains a work-in-progress, but he’s certainly talented (11.5 sacks, 12 tackles for loss).
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On the heels of taking Floyd in the top 10, ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. believes Pace might follow a similar script in this year’s draft.

Kiper has the Bears selecting Virginia Tech linebacker Tremaine Edmunds with the eighth overall pick in his 2018 NFL Mock Draft 2.0 released on Wednesday.

Edmunds – like Floyd – is supposed to be a tremendous athlete,= who is capable of lining up at either inside linebacker or outside linebacker in a 3-4 scheme. Edmunds (6-foot-5, 250 pounds) had 109 tackles, 14 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks for the Hokies in 2017.

Edmunds will no doubt turn heads at next month’s NFL combine.

In terms of Edmunds’ potential fit in Chicago, the Bears are undergoing changes at linebacker.

Not only did the club release veteran ILB Jerrell Freeman on Tuesday, but outside linebacker Pernell McPhee could be a salary cap casualty – McPhee is on the books for over $7 million in 2018. Additionally, linebackers Sam Acho and Christian Jones – players the Bears could have interest in re-signing – are unrestricted free agents, and Willie Young and Floyd both landed on injured reserve last season.

The Bears’ defense is further along than their offense, but Chicago shouldn’t dismiss the possibility of adding another strong defensive player, especially one with some ability to rush the passer.

For the record, Kiper has Norte Dame guard Quenton Nelson (a player of particular interest to Chicago fans since the

Bears just declined their team option on veteran guard Josh Sitton) going seventh overall to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Alabama wide receiver Calvin Ridley, whom Kiper projected to the Bears in his Mock Draft 1.0, is now linked to the Arizona Cardinals with the 15th overall choice.

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ASHBURN, Virginia — Washington Redskins rookie Jonathan Allen won’t return this season. With two games left, coach Jay Gruden said there’s not enough time for Allen to resume practicing and then get ready to play in a game.

Gruden said Allen is in good shape, but being in football shape is another matter. With six practices left, that’s not enough time to get Allen into the sort of shape needed to play in a game. Gruden said they’d focus on making sure he’s fully ready for the spring workouts.

“By the time he gets back out to practice and gets in shape, the season will be over,” Gruden said.

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Meanwhile, Gruden reiterated that he’s not yet ready to shut down left tackle Trent Williams for the season. With only two games left, Williams has played hurt for most of the season. He did not play in Sunday’s win over the Arizona Cardinals, but has played in four of the past six games despite the knee issue.

The Redskins placed Allen on injured reserve on Oct. 19. He was eligible to be activated off injured reserve for the Arizona game.

The 17th overall pick made an impact in his five games, serving mostly as a tackle in their nickel package. Allen played the run and the pass well but was best at collapsing the pocket. Linebacker Preston Smith recorded 4.5 of his six sacks when Allen was playing.

Allen recorded one sack.

“He was off to a good start,” Gruden said of Allen. “His strength at the point of attack was outstanding. His ability to play the run was good … he was pushing the pocket extremely well. Sack production didn’t tell the story about how productive he was.”

The Redskins have suffered minus Allen if only because other linemen, such as Ziggy Hood, had to take on a greater role. It’s also given second-year Anthony Lanier a chance to play a lot more. Lanier stood out Sunday, with two sacks, a forced fumble, three batted passes and two quarterback hurries. His batted pass saved a touchdown pass as a receiver broke free in the end zone.

The Redskins consider Lanier someone who still has a lot of work to do, especially vs. the run. But his added strength and improvement in using his hands is starting to help. Defensive line coach Jim Tomsula often gets on him during practices, trying to coax more from Lanier.

“He’s getting more comfortable with what Coach Tomsula is asking of him, and he is starting to get off the ball, use his hands and become more of a presence inside,” Gruden said. “He’s still got to iron out and work on some things in the running game, but for the most part, I’ve been happy with Anthony’s progress.”

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SEATTLE — Informed last week that the Seahawks were in a rare position as six-point home underdogs to the 10-1 Philadelphia Eagles, winners of nine straight games and owners of the NFL’s best record, Seattle linebacker K.J. Wright offered a warning.

“Don’t sleep on us, man,” Wright said. “This team is really good. We’re still talented. We can be the best of the best.”

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Then he amended that statement.

“We are the best of the best.”

No one would consider the Seahawks as such this season, not with four losses and three stars missing from their defense. But on Sunday night, they delivered a decisive defeat to the team that could most credibly claim that title.

Seahawks 24, Eagles 10.

Seattle started fast, never trailed and pulled away at the end for its most impressive victory of the season.

“I thought it was really a terrific night of football because of the respect that we have for the Eagles,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. “This is an excellent football team. There isn’t anything that they’re doing that isn’t at the top of the mark across the board, so for us to play our game and really be in command of the game throughout, it was really a great step forward for us.”

With the win, the Seahawks (8-4) overtake the Carolina Panthers as the No. 5 seed in the NFC playoff standings, which means Seattle would be the first wild-card team if the season ended today. A loss would have dropped the Seahawks out of the No. 6 seed and put them two games behind the NFC West-leading Los Angeles Rams (9-3) with four games to play.
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The Seahawks’ playoff hopes remain very much alive after beating Philadelphia. They did it with a fast start on offense — a rarity for them — and as sound of a defensive performance as anyone could have expected under the circumstances.

In their first 11 games, the Seahawks had scored only 39 first-quarter points while also averaging 60 yards of offense in the quarter. On Sunday night, however, they drove for a field goal on their opening possession, then found the end zone at the end of the quarter, when Russell Wilson connected with Jimmy Graham for yet another touchdown. It was Graham’s ninth score of the season, and all of them have come in the past eight games.

Seattle finished the quarter with a 10-0 lead and 111 yards of offense.

The Seahawks held Philadelphia to only a field goal in the first half, a remarkable effort considering the Eagles came in as the NFL’s highest-scoring offense and Seattle was without Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor in its secondary.

Seattle got contributions from all over its defense. Frank Clark had two of the team’s three sacks. NFL Defensive Player of the Year contender Bobby Wagner led the Seahawks with 13 tackles; and Bradley McDougald was right behind him with 12, making up for an unnecessary roughness penalty on Philadelphia’s opening possession.

Sheldon Richardson kept the score at 10-3 in the third quarter when he made his biggest play of the season, stripping Wentz at the 1-yard line. The ball went out of the back of the end zone for a touchback, and Seattle scored on its ensuing possession, when Wilson found Tyler Lockett open in the end zone from a yard out.

One of Sherman’s replacements, former Eagle Byron Maxwell, ended any hope of a Philadelphia comeback when he picked off a desperation heave from Carson Wentz just before the two-minute warning.

“We were tired of people sleeping on us, tired of people doubting us. We understand that we’ve got huge losses,” Wagner said, referring to the season-ending injuries to Sherman, Chancellor and Cliff Avril. “But we’ve got a lot of dogs in this room still, and we’re going to keep coming out, keep playing and putting our best foot forward and keep silencing the doubters.”

Wilson finished with three touchdown passes and no interceptions on 20 of 31 passing. He also rushed for 31 yards. And while Mike Davis (101 yards on 20 touches) finally gave the Seahawks some long-awaited production from a running back, this one was still on No. 3′s shoulders. Wilson’s performance adds credibility to his case for league MVP, especially because it came in a nationally televised game and against Wentz, perhaps the leading candidate for the award.

“He did everything today,” Carroll said of Wilson. “I really think that he had one of the best games that I’ve ever seen him play.”
Leave it to the Seahawks to save their best football for prime time. They improved to 22-4-1 in such games since Carroll took over in 2010, the best record in the NFL during that span. One of those four losses came two weeks ago on a Monday night against the Atlanta Falcons, and it was the Seahawks’ second straight defeat at home.

Just when it seemed as if the Seahawks had lost their magic touch at CenturyLink Field and that their season might end without a playoff berth for the first time since 2011, they turned in their most impressive performance of the year.

Don’t sleep on them, indeed.