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NFL playoff clinching scenarios for 49ers, Packers, Cowboys, Steelers, others in Week 17

first_img (Getty Images) Philadelphia Eagles (9-7)(at Giants)Eagles clinch NFC East with:Eagles win or tie ORCowboys loss or tie(UPDATE: The Eagles clinched the NFC East with their win over the Giants on Sunday.) (Getty Images) (Getty Images) Tennessee Titans (9-7)(at Texans)Titans clinch playoff berth with:Titans win ORTitans tie AND Steelers loss or tie ORSteelers loss AND Colts loss or tie(UPDATE: The Titans clinched a playoff berth with their win over the Texans on Sunday.)NFL playoff pictureAFCSeedTeamRecordClinched1.Baltimore Ravens13-2No. 1 seed; division; playoff berth2.Kansas City Chiefs12-4No. 2 seed; division; playoff berth3.New England Patriots12-4No. 3 seed; division; playoff berth4.Houston Texans10-6No. 4 seed; division; playoff berth5.Buffalo Bills10-6No. 5 seed; playoff berth6.Tennessee Titans9-7No. 6 seed; playoff berthNFCSeedTeamRecordClinched1.San Francisco 49ers12-3Playoff berth2.Green Bay Packers13-3First-round bye; division; playoff berth3.New Orleans Saints13-3Division; playoff berth4.Philadelphia Eagles9-7No. 4 seed; division5.Seattle Seahawks​11-4Playoff berth6.Minnesota Vikings10-6No. 6 seed; playoff berth Oakland Raiders (7-9)(at Broncos)Raiders clinch playoff berth with:Raiders win AND Steelers loss AND Titans loss AND Colts win AND Raiders clinch strength of victory tiebreaker over Steelers (Getty Images) New Orleans Saints (13-3)(at Panthers)Saints clinch No. 1 seed and home-field advantage throughout playoffs with:Saints win AND Packers loss or tie AND 49ers loss or tie ORSaints tie AND Packers loss AND 49ers lossSaints clinch a first-round bye with:Saints win AND Packers loss or tie ORSaints win AND 49ers loss or tie ORSaints tie AND Packers loss ORSaints tie AND 49ers loss OR49ers loss AND Packers win or tie (Getty Images) NFL PLAYOFF PICTURE:Final postseason standings for AFC, NFCThe final week of the season also brought us the long-awaited finish to the embarrassing NFC East race. The Eagles simply needed a win to clinch the division over the Cowboys and secure the No. 4 seed in the NFC playoffs, and they got it done against the division-rival Giants.Below are all the NFL playoff clinching scenarios for the 11 teams that had chances to stamp their postseason statuses in Week 17, followed by an updated playoff picture.NFL playoff clinching scenarios for Week 17 Green Bay Packers (13-3)(at Lions)Packers clinch No. 1 seed and home-field advantage throughout playoffs with:Packers win AND 49ers loss or tie ORPackers tie AND 49ers loss AND Saints loss or tiePackers clinch a first-round bye with:Packers win ORSaints loss ORPackers tie AND 49ers loss ORPackers tie AND Saints tie(UPDATE: The Packers clinched a first-round bye with their win over the Lions on Sunday.) (Getty Images) (Getty Images) (Getty Images) New England Patriots (12-4)(vs. Dolphins)Patriots win or tie ORChiefs loss or tie Week 17 arrived with a season-high 11 teams in position to clinch something in the NFL playoff picture, from a No. 1 overall seed and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs to a first-round bye to, in a couple cases, a postseason berth.Only three teams — the Ravens (No. 1 in AFC), the Bills (No. 5 in AFC) and the Vikings (No. 6 in NFC) — were locked into their playoff seeds going into the final week of the season. In the NFC, four different teams still had chances to clinch the top seed and/or a first-round bye. In the AFC, two teams were fighting for the No. 2 seed and the bye that comes with it. Three more were fighting for the conference’s second wild card. Pittsburgh Steelers (8-8)(at Ravens)Steelers clinch playoff berth with:Steelers win AND Titans loss or tie ORSteelers tie AND Titans loss ORTitans loss AND Colts win AND Raiders loss or tie ORTitans loss AND Colts win AND Steelers tie Raiders in strength of victory tiebreaker (Getty Images) (Getty Images) Seattle Seahawks (11-5)(vs. 49ers)Seahawks clinch NFC West with:Seahawks winSeahawks clinch No. 1 seed and home-field advantage throughout playoffs with:Seahawks win AND Packers loss AND Saints lossSeahawks clinch a first-round bye with:Seahawks win AND Packers loss San Francisco 49ers (13-3)(at Seahawks)49ers clinch NFC West with:49ers win or tie49ers clinch No. 1 seed and home-field advantage throughout playoffs with:49ers win OR49ers tie AND Packers loss or tie AND Saints loss or tie49ers clinch a first-round bye with:49ers win OR49ers tie AND Packers loss or tie OR49ers tie AND Saints loss or tie(UPDATE: The 49ers clinched the NFC West and the No. 1 seed with their win over the Seahawks on Sunday.) Kansas City Chiefs (12-4)(vs. Chargers)Chiefs clinch a first-round bye with:Chiefs win AND Patriots loss(UPDATE: The Chiefs clinched a first-round bye with their win and the Patriots’ loss on Sunday.) (Getty Images) Dallas Cowboys (8-8)(vs. Redskins)Cowboys clinch NFC East with:Cowboys win AND Eagles losslast_img read more

Museveni flags off Ugandan team

first_imgPresident Museveni flags of Uganda’s team to Rio. The team was introduced to her by Minister of Education and Sports Janet Museveni and Uganda Athletics Federation president Dominic Otuchet. PHOTOS PPUPHOTOGRAPHS: President Yoweri Museveni has today flagged off Uganda’s team to the Olympics. The President reiterated the values of sports and asked the team to observe discipline. The athletes at the function at State House comprised 14 athletes who fly out to Rio tomorrow. The first batch of boxers and swimmers is already in Rio while the marathoners, led by Stephen Kiprotich, are in high-altitude camp in Bukwo.  He handed the flag to Joshua Cheptegei and Winnie Nanyondo (Click to read Uganda’s SCHEDULE at games) Boxing – Fly Ronald Serugo vs Narek Abgaryan of ArmeniaSunday August 14 Day 9Women’s marathonMonday August 15 Day 10Men’s 3000m steeplechase round 1Women 3000m steeplecahse finalTuesday August 16 Day 11Women’s 5000m round 1Men’s 1500m round 1Wed August 17 Day Day 12Men’s 5000m round 1women’s 800m round 1Men’s steeplecahse finalThursday August 18 Day 13Men’s 1500m semifinalMen’s 800m semifinalFriday August 19 Day 14women’s 5000m finalSaturday August 20 Day 15Men’s 1500m finalWomen’s 800m finalMen’s 5000m finalSunday August 21 Day 16Men’s Marathon finalShare on: WhatsApp Uganda’s scheduleSunday August 7 (7pm)Boxing – L/heavy Kennedy Katende  vs Britain’s Joshua BuataziSunday August 7Swimming – Jamila Lunkuse 100m breaststroke (7.30pm)Thursday August 11Joshua Ekirikubinza Men’s 50 m freestyleFriday August 12 Day 7Women’s 10000m women finalSaturday August 13 Day 8Women’s 3000m Steeplechase round 110000m men finalAugust 13last_img read more

Atlanta United part ways with coach De Boer

first_imgAtlanta United FC has parted ways with Frank De Boer as manager,Atlanta United FC has parted ways with Frank De Boer as managerKampala, Uganda | XINHUA |  Major League Soccer (MLS) team Atlanta United announced on Friday that the club and head coach Frank de Boer have mutually agreed to part ways.The club will announce an interim coach shortly while beginning a search for the permanent replacement for de Boer.“On behalf of Atlanta United, I would like to thank Frank for his leadership and commitment to the club,” said Atlanta United president Darren Eales in a statement.“Under Frank’s guidance, the club had a strong 2019 season in both MLS and international competition. After discussing it with Frank, the decision was reached mutually to part ways. In winning two trophies in his first season in charge, he will always be a part of the club’s history, and with great appreciation and respect we wish him all the best in the future,” Eales added.Former Dutch international De Boer was announced as the club’s head coach in December 2018. Atlanta United finished the 2019 MLS season in second place in the Eastern Conference.But in the ongoing MLS is Back tournament, the team was knocked out of the round of 16 after losing all three matches in the group stage without scoring. “I’m grateful for the opportunity I’ve had with Atlanta United,” De Boer said. “Coaching in Major League Soccer and living in Atlanta has been a wonderful experience and a welcome new challenge. I will never forget the incredible supporters here in Atlanta, they are truly special. I want to thank the players, coaches and staff for all of their support, it has been my pleasure to work with all of you.”The 2020 season was halted by the COVID-19 pandemic in March, and the league restarted in July with the MLS is Back tournament. MLS said the regular season will follow the MLS is Back tournament.****XINHUAShare on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Teen star Charley Hull fifth in LET event

first_img Teen star Charley Hull in the LET mix in Turkey 11th May, 2012 England’s world number three amateur, Charley Hull, is just two strokes off the lead heading into the weekend at the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open on the Ladies European Tour. The 16-year-old from Woburn (pictured © LET/Tristan Jones) outplayed the likes of Laura Davies, Melissa Reid and last week’s winner, Carly Booth, to lie in a share of fourth place at the halfway stage in her Ladies European Tour debut event at National Golf Club in Antalya. The defending champion and Solheim Cup player Christel Boeljon of the Netherlands retained a share of the overnight lead at three under and was joined by Finland’s Ursula Wikstrom on a tough day, when a swirling breeze and tricky pins played havoc with scoring. Finland’s Minea Blomqvist was a stroke back at two under. Charley, who tied for 38th in her first Major at the Kraft Nabisco Championship last month, showed maturity beyond her years as she mixed three birdies with two bogeys to end the day at one under par in total. She likened the tight-tree lined layout to her home course and looked fearless as she attacked the pins, even hitting the flag on the tough 18th, where the second shot plays over a lake. “I feel like it was good. I feel like I left a lot of shots out there, but it was all right, steady. I was just relaxed,” said Charley. “I think you’ve just got to stay patient. You’ve got to hit it straight, chip great and putt great. Your game’s got to be pretty good. It reminds me of my home course, Woburn, like the tightness of the Duchess, but the greens of the Marquess, and then the wind can get up here as well, so it’s pretty good.” On a day when most of the leading professionals struggled, Charley made a great start with a pair of birdies on the third and fourth holes. She dropped a shot at the par-five 12th, which has been remodelled with a new green this year, birdied the 13th and then bogeyed the par three 16th. She nearly holed for a two at the 357-yard par-four 18th, but her ball bounced towards the water and came to rest 30 feet from the flag. On her game plan for the weekend, she said: “I’ll try and make a birdie every three holes, because I find when I go to the scorer, there’s always a birdie chance.” Should Charley win this weekend in Turkey, she would edge Amy Yang as the Ladies European Tour’s youngest ever champion aged 16 years, one month and 23 days. Turkish Airlines Ladies Open National Golf Club (par 73) Belek, Antalya, Turkey 10-13 May 2012 Scores at the end of round 2: 143 – Christel Boeljon (NLD) 70 73, Ursula Wikstrom (FIN) 73 70 144 – Minea Blomqvist (FIN) 72 72  145 – Charley Hull (ENG) 73 72, Louise Larsson (SWE) 75 70, Pernilla Lindberg (SWE) 70 75, Diana Luna (ITA) 70 75 146 – Mikaela Parmlid (SWE) 77 69, Anne-Lise Caudal (FRA) 72 74, Laura Davies (ENG) 73 73, Sophie Giquel-bettan (FRA) 73 73 147 – Caroline Masson (GER) 71 76, Florentyna Parker (ENG) 70 77, Rebecca Hudson (ENG) 72 75, Hannah Burke (ENG) 73 74, Esther Choe (USA) 75 72, Anais Maggetti (CHE) 71 76, Lee-Anne Pace (ZAF) 73 74, Charlotte Ellis (ENG) 70 77 148 – Holly Aitchison (ENG) 74 74, Bree Arthur (AUS) 73 75, Tania Elosegui (ESP) 72 76, Trish Johnson (ENG) 75 73, Stacey Keating (AUS) 71 77, Joanna Klatten (FRA) 73 75 149 – Virginie Lagoutte-clement (FRA) 75 74, Carlota Ciganda (ESP) 73 76, Linda Wessberg (SWE) 73 76, Line Vedel (DNK) 76 73, Danielle Montgomery (ENG) 72 77, Henrietta Zuel (ENG) 73 76, Hannah Jun (USA) 74 75, Lucie Andre (FRA) 71 78, Julie Maisongrosse (FRA) 76 73, Carin Koch (SWE) 72 77 150 – Marieke Nivard (NLD) 76 74, Alexandra Vilatte (FRA) 74 76, Beth Allen (USA) 76 74, Ashleigh Simon (ZAF) 78 72, Cassandra Kirkland (FRA) 74 76 151 – Dewi Claire Schreefel (NLD) 77 74, Vikki Laing (SCO) 75 76, Caroline Rominger (CHE) 80 71, Lindsey Wright (AUS) 72 79 152 – Caroline Afonso (FRA) 77 75, Malene Jorgensen (DNK) 76 76, Carly Booth (SCO) 73 79, Connie Chen (ZAF) 77 75, Stefania Croce (ITA) 76 76, Celine Palomar (FRA) 74 78, Miriam Nagl (GER) 74 78, Caroline Martens (NOR) 76 76, Rachel Jennings (ENG) 80 72, Marianne Skarpnord (NOR) 76 76 153 – Georgina Simpson (ENG) 74 79, Jaclyn Sweeney (USA) 77 76, Melissa Reid (ENG) 76 77, Smriti Mehra (IND) 79 74, Rachel Bailey (AUS) 79 74, Sarah Kemp (AUS) 73 80, Felicity Johnson (ENG) 77 76, Maria Verchenova (RUS) 78 75, Lotta Wahlin (SWE) 77 76, Anja Monke (GER) 74 79 Missed the cut: 154 – Marjet Van Der Graaff (NLD) 79 75, Giulia Sergas (ITA) 75 79, Maria Hernandez (ESP) 80 74, Emma Cabrera-bello (ESP) 74 80, Sophie Walker (ENG) 75 79, Tandi Cuningham (ZAF) 79 75, Nikki Garrett (AUS) 77 77, Elisabeth Esterl (GER) 77 77, Veronica Zorzi (ITA) 75 79, Gwladys Nocera (FRA) 80 74 155 – Jenni Kuosa (FIN) 75 80, Carmen Alonso (ESP) 79 76, Elena Giraud (FRA) 80 75, Kylie Walker (SCO) 79 76, Becky Brewerton (WAL) 77 78, Kym Larratt (ENG) 80 75, Kiran Matharu (ENG) 78 77, Laurette Maritz (ZAF) 76 79, Margherita Rigon (ITA) 77 78 156 – Lucy Williams (ENG) 78 78, Chrisje De Vries (NLD) 78 78, Jessica Yadloczky (USA) 76 80, Sahra Hassan (WAL) 75 81 157 – Stacy Lee Bregman (ZAF) 76 81, Mireia Prat (ESP) 79 78, Dawn Shockley (USA) 74 83, Laura Cabanillas (ESP) 78 79, Liebelei Lawrence (LUX) 78 79, Valentine Derrey (FRA) 73 84, Julie Greciet (FRA) 76 81, Becky Morgan (WAL) 75 82 158 – Steffi Kirchmayr (GER) 81 77, Maria Beautell (ESP) 82 76, Karen Lunn (AUS) 74 84, Sophie Sandolo (ITA) 82 76 159 – Helen Alfredsson (SWE) 80 79, Caroline Westrup (SWE) 80 79, Klara Spilkova (CZE) 79 80, Elizabeth Bennett (ENG) 80 79, Danielle Mcveigh (IRL) 80 79, Lisa Holm Sorensen (DNK) 78 81, Stephanie Na (AUS) 78 81, Rebecca Codd (IRL) 84 75 160 – Clare Queen (SCO) 81 79, Zuzana Kamasova (SVK) 82 78, Louise Stahle (SWE) 78 82 161 – Titiya Plucksataporn (THA) 83 78, Lydia Hall (WAL) 78 83 162 – Martina Eberl-ellis (GER) 84 78, Sharmila Nicollet (IND) 83 79, Nicole Gergely (AUT) 81 81 163 – Frances Bondad (AUS) 78 85 164 – Nina Syvertsen Reis (SWE) 84 80, Rebecca Artis (AUS) 82 82 166 – Lynn Kenny (SCO) 82 84 167 – Yasemin Sari (TUR) 84 83 168 – Eleanor Givens (ENG) 85 83 RTD: Lynnette Brooky (NZL), Tara Davies (WAL), Benedicte Toumpsin (BEL) England teenage star Charley Hull finished fifth in her first Ladies European Tour event, the Turkish Airline Ladies Open at the National Golf Club in Belek, Antalya. The 16-year-old international, who is third in the world amateur rankings, was one-under par after steady rounds of 73, 72, 73 and 73. The championship was won, for the second year in a row, by Christel Boeljon of Holland who was seven-under. Afterwards Charley said: “I’m really happy I came fifth on my own and I didn’t shoot over par at all, all week. I didn’t expect anything: I just go out there and play golf and have fun, which I did.” The Woburn player was in the mix throughout the tournament. After the first round she was three shots off the pace, at the halfway stage she was two off the lead and sharing fourth place. With a round to go, she was tied eighth and her solid play in the final round moved her up the leaderboard to fifth. Last month Charley played in the first women’s Major of the season, the Kraft Nabisco Championship in California and impressively finished tied 38th. Now, she will prepare for next month’s Curtis Cup match against the USA, which takes place at Nairn, Scotland, from June 8-10. Turkish Airlines Ladies Open Final scores (Par 73) 285 – Christel Boeljon (NLD) 70 73 69 73 288 – Ursula Wikstrom (FIN) 73 70 71 74 290 – Carin Koch (SWE) 72 77 68 73, Carlota Ciganda (ESP) 73 76 66 75 291 – Charley Hull (ENG) 73 72 73 73 292 – Minea Blomqvist (FIN) 72 72 70 78, Holly Aitchison (ENG) 74 74 70 74, Pernilla Lindberg (SWE) 70 75 74 73 293 – Hannah Jun (USA) 74 75 71 73, Sophie Giquel-Bettan (FRA) 73 73 74 73 294 – Diana Luna (ITA) 70 75 72 77 295 – Danielle Montgomery (ENG) 72 77 72 74 296 – Louise Larsson (SWE) 75 70 73 78, Esther Choe (USA) 75 72 77 72, Line Vedel (DNK) 76 73 68 79 297 – Bree Arthur (AUS) 73 75 72 77, Rebecca Hudson (ENG) 72 75 71 79, Miriam Nagl (GER) 74 78 74 71 298 – Laura Davies (ENG) 73 73 78 74, Sarah Kemp (AUS) 73 80 68 77, Anne-Lise Caudal (FRA) 72 74 75 77, Caroline Masson (GER) 71 76 76 75 299 – Lindsey Wright (AUS) 72 79 71 77, Stacey Keating (AUS) 71 77 78 73, Lee-Anne Pace (ZAF) 73 74 74 78, Hannah Burke (ENG) 73 74 75 77, Joanna Klatten (FRA) 73 75 75 76, Trish Johnson (ENG) 75 73 73 78, Ashleigh Simon (ZAF) 78 72 71 78, Felicity Johnson (ENG) 77 76 72 74 300 – Anais Maggetti (CHE) 71 76 80 73, Linda Wessberg (SWE) 73 76 75 76, Lucie Andre (FRA) 71 78 74 77, Marieke Nivard (NLD) 76 74 72 78, Marianne Skarpnord (NOR) 76 76 74 74 301 – Stefania Croce (ITA) 76 76 76 73, Mikaela Parmlid (SWE) 77 69 79 76, Malene Jorgensen (DNK) 76 76 74 75, Melissa Reid (ENG) 76 77 69 79, Charlotte Ellis (ENG) 70 77 77 77, Henrietta Zuel (ENG) 73 76 75 77 302 – Cassandra Kirkland (FRA) 74 76 75 77, Anja Monke (GER) 74 79 76 73 303 – Carly Booth (SCO) 73 79 78 73, Dewi Claire Schreefel (NLD) 77 74 76 76 304 – Julie Maisongrosse (FRA) 76 73 80 75, Rachel Bailey (AUS) 79 74 73 78, Jaclyn Sweeney (USA) 77 76 73 78, Celine Palomar (FRA) 74 78 80 72, Georgina Simpson (ENG) 74 79 69 82 305 – Vikki Laing (SCO) 75 76 77 77, Rachel Jennings (ENG) 80 72 76 77, Lotta Wahlin (SWE) 77 76 75 77, Maria Verchenova (RUS) 78 75 76 76 307 – Florentyna Parker (ENG) 70 77 77 83, Beth Allen (USA) 76 74 79 78 309 – Caroline Martens (NOR) 76 76 75 82 310 – Alexandra Vilatte (FRA) 74 76 74 86, Caroline Afonso (FRA) 77 75 78 80, Virginie Lagoutte-clement (FRA) 75 74 82 79 311 – Smriti Mehra (IND) 79 74 81 77 312 – Caroline Rominger (CHE) 80 71 84 77 313 – Tania Elosegui (ESP) 72 76 80 85 315 – Connie Chen (ZAF) 77 75 80 83   11 May 2012 Teen star Charley Hull fifth in LET event last_img read more

Yanks Sign Ellsbury from Sox: $153M

first_imgNEW YORK –  Jacoby Ellsbury, fresh off winning the World Series with Boston, reached agreement with the rival New York Yankees on a seven-year contract worth $153 million, a person familiar with the negotiations said.The Ellsbury move headlined a day when the Major League Baseball player market heated up, with catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia following center fielder Ellsbury through the Fenway Park exit, moving to Miami.Boston already has lined up a catching replacement in A.J. Pierzynski, who comes over from Texas.Add in a pair of trades by Oakland, a three-team deal involving Arizona, Cincinnati and Tampa Bay, plus two other swaps Tuesday, and baseball’s business season has started to boil a week before the winter meetings.Ellsbury was to take a physical in New York on Dec. 4 that he must pass before the third-highest deal for an outfielder in MLB history can be finalized, the person said, speaking on condition of anonymity because no statements were authorized.Earlier on Dec. 3, New York finalized an $85 million, five-year contract with All-Star catcher Brian McCann.There is a long history of stars moving from Beantown to the Big Apple during their careers. Babe Ruth was the most famous, and Roger Clemens, Wade Boggs and Johnny Damon followed.Ellsbury, who turned 30 in September, led the majors with 52 stolen bases despite being hobbled late in the season by a broken right foot. The leadoff man batted .298 with nine homers and 53 RBIs, and the short right-field porch at Yankee Stadium should boost his power numbers.Pierzynski agreed to a one-year contract with the Red Sox, a person with knowledge of those negotiations said, also on condition of anonymity because the agreement wasn’t final.Pierzynski and David Ross, Boston’s backup catcher, both will be 37 next season. With prospects Christian Vazquez and Blake Swihart making their way up the system, the Red Sox were reluctant to give a multiyear deal to Saltalamacchia.Saltalamacchia agreed to a $21 million, three-year deal with the Marlins, two people familiar with those negotiations said, also on condition of anonymity because the contract had not been finalized.Also, Minnesota completed a $49 million, four-year contract with pitcher Ricky Nolasco, who made 33 starts last season for Miami.The Twins are also finishing a $24 million, three-year deal with Phil Hughes that is expected to be announced later this week.Tampa Bay acquired relief pitcher Heath Bell from Arizona and catcher Ryan Hanigan from Cincinnati, and the Rays sent pitcher Justin Choate and a player to be named to Arizona. The Diamondbacks sent pitcher David Holmberg to Cincinnati.Hanigan agreed to a $10.75 million, three-year contract.Oakland, which acquired Jim Johnson from Baltimore on Monday, reached an agreement with free-agent pitcher Scott Kazmir, The Athletics also obtained outfielder Craig Gentry and pitcher Josh Lindblom from Texas for outfielder Michael Choice and infielder Chris Bostick. They also took pitcher Luke Gregerson from San Diego for outfielder Seth Smith.In other deals, Philadelphia acquired pitcher Brad Lincoln from Toronto for catcher Erik Kratz and pitcher Rob Rasmussen; while Houston took outfielder Dexter Fowler and a player to be named from Colorado for outfielder Brandon Barnes and pitcher Jordan Lyles.– Ronald BlumTweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more