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سایت طوفان بت : Arsenal vs Newcastle Predicted Lineups: Premier League 24/02

Arsenal vs Newcastle Predicted Lineups: Premier League 24/02


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As the Premier League season progresses, the anticipation for each match grows, especially when top teams like Arsenal and Newcastle United are set to clash in the very late kickoff on Saturday night.

This weekend, on the 24th of February, 2024, the Emirates Stadium will be the stage for what promises to be an enthralling encounter between these two sides, with Arsenal looking to keep pace in the title race and Newcastle looking to close the gap in their own hunt for European football next season.

Here, we delve into the predicted lineups, recent form, and key statistics to give fans an insight into what to expect.

Arsenal have been in splendid form, particularly at home, winning eight of their past ten home matches and scoring two or more goals in the same number of games.

Their recent performances suggest they are a force to be reckoned with, especially with a five-match winning streak under their belt.

The Gunners’ lineup is expected to be strong, with David Raya in goal, a solid backline including Ben White, Gabriel, William Saliba, and Jakub Kiwior. The midfield and attack are bolstered by talents like Martin Ødegaard, Declan Rice, Kai Havertz, Bukayo Saka, Leandro Trossard, and Gabriel Martinelli, showcasing the depth and quality Arsenal possess.

Here is our predicted XI at a glance:

David Raya

Ben White

Gabriel

William Saliba

Jakub Kiwior

Martin Ødegaard

Declan Rice

Kai Havertz

Bukayo Saka

Leandro Trossard

Gabriel Martinelli

Newcastle United, on the other hand, have faced challenges away from home, conceding two or more goals in seven of their last ten away matches.

Despite these statistics, the Magpies have shown resilience and the ability to score, drawing 2-2 in their last Premier League outing against Bournemouth.

Our predicted lineup for Newcastle includes Martin Dubravka guarding the net, with a defensive setup of Kieran Trippier, Fabian Schär, Sven Botman, and Dan Burn.

The midfield and forward lines are expected to feature Lewis Miley, Bruno Guimarães, Sean Longstaff, Miguel Almirón, Anthony Gordon, and Harvey Barnes.

Here is our predicted XI at a glance:

Martin Dubravka

Kieran Trippier

Fabian Schär

Sven Botman

Dan Burn

Lewis Miley

Bruno Guimarães

Sean Longstaff

Miguel Almirón

Anthony Gordon

Harvey Barnes

Head-to-Head and Recent Encounters

Historically, Arsenal have had the upper hand in their recent meetings with Newcastle, winning seven out of their last ten encounters.

However, Newcastle secured a 1-0 victory in their last meeting, proving they can upset the Gunners.

An average of 1.9 goals have been scored in these matches, suggesting a closely contested game could be on the cards.

FAQs

What time does the match start? The match is scheduled for 13:00 on Saturday, 24th February 2024.

Where is the match being played? The match will take place at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium.

Who are the key players to watch? For Arsenal, Bukayo Saka and Martin Ødegaard are pivotal, while Newcastle will rely on the likes of Bruno Guimarães and Anthony Gordon.

What’s the recent form of both teams? Arsenal have won their last five matches, while Newcastle drew their last game 2-2 against Bournemouth.

Any injury concerns? Arsenal and Newcastle have a few injury concerns, with players like Takehiro Tomiyasu and Gabriel Jesus sidelined for Arsenal, and Newcastle missing Callum Wilson and Alexander Isak due to injuries.


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سایت طوفان بت : Florida plucks blue-chip OL Peyton Joseph from Peach State

Florida plucks blue-chip OL Peyton Joseph from Peach State


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سایت طوفان بت : Mark Bosnich hospitalised with health scare, Champions League coverage


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Australian football great Mark Bosnich plans to return to work on Friday after being rushed to hospital for a heart scare.

Bosnich posted a thumbs up photo and message on social media from hospital in Sydney where he had a stent inserted.

The 52-year-old ex-goalkeeper was admitted to hospital on Wednesday and Stan Sport’s Max Rushden and Craig Foster explained the situation before kick-off in Thursday’s Champions League round of 16 clash between Paris Saint-Germain and Real Sociedad.

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“We miss you buddy. I hope you’re well and feeling OK,” Foster said.

“For those of you who don’t know, he had chest pains, he’s had a stent put in,” Rushden added.

Rushden and Foster said Bosnich became concerned while exercising at work on Wednesday.

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“He was making a lot of noise… and he said ‘I’m going to get it checked out’,” Rushden said.

“He did, he’s OK, he’s back tomorrow but we are sending you our love Boz, it is very quiet without you.”

Foster applauded Bosnich for immediately seeking help.

“If you’re not sure about anything, health wise, get checked,” Rushden pleaded.

“Men are useless at talking about it and doing anything about it.

“The sooner you find anything is wrong, the better it is. That is our message and that is Bozza’s message too.”

Bosnich represented Australia, Manchester United, Chelsea and Aston Villa during a wildly successful and colourful career.

He has since become one of the country’s most beloved and entertaining football broadcasters.

Australian boxing champion George Kambosos Jr posted: “Speedy recovery Bozza.”

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سایت طوفان بت : What Raheem Morris’ return to Atlanta means for the Falcons

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The Atlanta Falcons are planning to hire Raheem Morris as the team’s next head coach, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Thursday.

Morris was last in Atlanta three years ago when he was the interim head coach after Dan Quinn was fired following the team’s 0-5 start. Morris went 4-7 as the interim coach, and Atlanta hired Arthur Smith to replace him. The Falcons fired Smith after three 7-10 seasons.

Morris comes from the Los Angeles Rams, where he had three successful seasons as the defensive coordinator and is widely respected around the league. He’s coached on both sides of the ball.

He’s the first head coach owner Arthur Blank has hired with prior NFL head-coaching experience; he was head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2009 to 2011. A young head coach at the time — he was 32 when he was hired by Tampa.

This concludes a search where Atlanta interviewed 14 candidates for the position and had multiple second interviews, including with former New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick.

Taking a closer look, Falcons reporter Michael Rothstein answers two big questions about Morris’ hiring, including what will happen at quarterback. National reporter Dan Graziano dishes on what he’s hearing about the hire and why it wasn’t Belichick, and draft analyst Matt Miller spins it forward to the draft. Finally, front office analyst Mike Tannenbaum grades the hire.


What has changed since Morris was Atlanta’s interim coach in 2020?

Rothstein: A lot. The roster is almost completely turned over from when he left following the 2020 season. Only cornerback AJ Terrell, defensive tackle Grady Jarrett, left tackle Jake Matthews, right guard Chris Lindstrom, right tackle Kaleb McGary and kicker Younghoe Koo remain from the roster he left behind and are under contract for 2024.

He’ll also be working with a different general manager, Terry Fontenot, who was brought in in January 2021.

The only thing that will look the same to him might be Mercedes-Benz Stadium and the practice fields.

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Swagu: Raheem Morris’ success as a coach tied to the QB position

Marcus Spears says Raheem Morris is the right hire for the Falcons, but adds that he will ultimately be judged on his choice at starting quarterback.

What will the Falcons do at quarterback?

Rothstein: This is an open question and might be dictated by who Morris decides to hire as offensive coordinator.

Both Desmond Ridder and Taylor Heinicke — Atlanta’s quarterbacks last season — remain under contract in 2024, but Blank called their play “deficient” during his Jan. 8 press conference after firing Smith. So it’s easy to surmise the Falcons will look to replace part — or all — of their quarterback room from a season ago.

Ridder was a third-round pick in 2022 and is on a rookie contract. Heinicke is a potential cap cut, a move that would save Atlanta $7 million.

Morris was on the Rams staff last season when Baker Mayfield came in as a late-season replacement, and he is scheduled to be a free agent, so there would be some familiarity there if Tampa Bay was unable to come to terms with Mayfield. But that’s all speculative at this point, and Mayfield and the Bucs have expressed a desire to work something out.

It’s highly possible Atlanta brings in a free agent veteran for at least the first year, and if a rookie quarterback makes sense, the Falcons can either trade up or draft one at No. 8 and have them compete. Or there might be longer-term answers like Kirk Cousins or Russell Wilson.

Once Morris gets settled and assembles his staff, the first big piece of what he and Fontenot have to figure out is what to do at quarterback and how that quarterback fits into an offense with good skill position players: Running backs Bijan Robinson and Tyler Allgeier, receiver Drake London and tight ends Kyle Pitts and Jonnu Smith are all under contract for 2024.


Why didn’t the Falcons hire Bill Belichick

Graziano: Multiple sources have said for weeks that Blank went into this process wanting Belichick, and I think the league and the industry expected that to work out. But there were hurdles that couldn’t be cleared. The organizational structure in Atlanta involves Blank and CEO Rich McKay, and a lot of the discussions with Belichick centered on the idea of what McKay’s role would be if Belichick came to coach the team — and how much power and control the various parties would have in the end.

Belichick — who is 15 wins shy of breaking Don Shula’s all-time record for most by a head coach — was seen as a short-term play, so there were some in the Falcons’ building who were concerned about overhauling things extensively only to potentially have to do so again in a few years. Blank may have gone into the process wanting Belichick, but he also went in with an open mind and was willing to listen to the input of others in his organization. All of that, combined with already high opinions of Morris, led to this surprise result. And it could leave Belichick without a job in 2024.

What else are you hearing around the league on the hire?

Graziano: Morris has as good and complete a resume as any candidate in this cycle, plus a strong relationship with Blank. So after interviewing 14 candidates, including Belichick twice, the Falcons made a hire that makes all kinds of sense for them.

Morris was on Atlanta’s coaching staff from 2015-20. A longtime defensive coach, he moved to the offensive side of the ball to coach Falcons wide receivers from 2016-19. He then became defensive coordinator in 2020 and served out the final 11 games of that season as interim head coach following Quinn’s firing. For some reason, Blank decided at that point to hire Arthur Smith instead of Morris. Well, three years later, the Falcons corrected their error.

Morris is extremely well-liked and well-respected around the league, and Sean McVay and the Rams were pushing for him to get a head coach job this offseason. Morris had his second interview with Blank earlier this week, and sources said it went great, which is no big surprise. The two men are very close. But between his previous (albeit long-ago) head coaching experience, his work as an assistant on both sides of the ball and the time he spent under McVay (whose assistants always seem to become head coaches), Morris returns to Atlanta with all of the requisite experience to handle this job.


If Morris opts to do defense at No. 8, who is the perfect fit for his first pick as the Falcons’ coach?

Miller: The 2024 draft class isn’t rich with top-end defensive talent, but if Morris has his sights on a defender at No. 8, Alabama’s standout pass-rusher Dallas Turner fits the bill. He’s my top-ranked defender in the class, and he reminds me of the Jaguars’ Josh Allen because of his awesome length and speed. Turner had 10 sacks in his final season for the Crimson Tide, and he not only has immediate starter ability but also the highest upside of all defenders in this class. That’s what the Falcons need, considering they posted a pass rush win rate of 30.9% in 2023, last in the NFL.


How would you grade this hire?

Tannenbaum: B. Morris did an outstanding job rebuilding a very young and inexperienced Rams defense, but he has gone 21-38 as a head coach (three seasons with the Buccaneers from 2009-11, and an interim stint in Atlanta in 2020). His first decision as the Falcons’ coach — who will play quarterback — will be absolutely critical for Morris.

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سایت طوفان بت : IND vs AFG: Rohit’s hundred, Super Over heroics help India sweep Afghanistan

IND vs AFG: Rohit’s hundred, Super Over heroics help India sweep Afghanistan


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There aren’t many days when Rohit Sharma’s white-ball brilliance is eclipsed. It nearly happened at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium on Wednesday when Afghanistan stunningly matched India’s mammoth 212-run total, dragged the contest into not one but two Super Overs before falling agonisingly short.

Afghanistan made 16 for one in the first Super Over, only for India to match it, helped by two sixes from Rohit. In the second tie-breaker, India scored 11 for two but Afghanistan were shot out for one run, with Ravi Bishnoi claiming both wickets to help sweep the series 3-0.

In a match that ebbed and flowed like an ocean wave on a full moon day, Rohit (121 n.o., 69b, 11×4, 8×6) and Rinku (69 n.o., 39b, 2×4, 6×6) rescued their side from a precarious 22 for four with a majestic 190-run partnership.

But Afghanistan showed its collective spirit as openers Rahmanullah Gurbaz (50, 32b, 3×4, 4×6) and Ibrahim Zadran (50, 41b, 4×4, 1×6) put on 93 from 11 overs, before two scarily good cameos from Gulbadin Naib (55 n.o., 23b, 4×4, 6×4) and Mohammad Nabi (34, 16b, 2×4, 3×6) almost flattened the host.

With 36 needed off the last two overs, India seemed ahead in the contest, only for Naib to hit 23 runs off Avesh Khan and Mukesh Kumar to even the tie and give the fans more than their money’s worth. Virat Kohli, who was out for a first-ball duck, showed his worth by reducing a potential six into two runs with a stellar leap at long-on in the 17th over.

Earlier, after deciding to bat, India was off to a disastrous start. Between a cut to the boundary from Rohit off the 13th ball of the innings to another from the captain off the 31st, the crowd was stunned into silence.

On a sluggish pitch, Kohli, Sanju Samson and Yashasvi Jaiswal all fell trying to execute cross-batted shots, as Fareed Ahmed bowled a fine first spell (3-0-10-3). Shivam Dube was caught acrobatically by wicket-keeper Gurbaz.

Little did Afghanistan know that that would be the last of its happy moments. At one point, Rohit was 13 off 22 deliveries, but he took off in the middle-overs, recalibrating his game splendidly to the pace of the wicket.

There were eight maximums, including a breathtaking reverse-swept six off tweaker Sharafuddin Ashraf. Rohit’s 64-ball century — a record-breaking fifth in T20Is — came in the 19th over when he hit Azmatullah Omarzai for a six over mid-wicket, a four past short-fine and for another boundary over point.

While all eyes were fixated on Rohit, Rinku proved to be the ghost in the ring, the kind of moving target Afghanistan found incredibly difficult to pin down. The result was a splendid T20 innings, that saw the southpaw even strike at a rate marginally higher than his skipper (176.92 to Rohit’s 175.36).

Rinku smashed half-a-dozen sixes, including three over the mid-wicket region off the last three balls of the innings, as Afghanistan bled 103 from the last five overs. The weight of the runs would have crushed most teams, but not the spirited Afghans.

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سایت طوفان بت : Detroit Pistons (2-28) at Boston Celtics (23-6) Game #30 12/28/23

Detroit Pistons (2-28) at Boston Celtics (23-6) Game #30 12/28/23


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The Celtics host the Detroit Pistons for the first of 3 games this season. They will meet again in Boston on March 18 and then again in Detroit, 4 days later, on March 22. The Celtics won the series 4-0 last season and have won their last 6 meetings with the Pistons. The Celtics are 250-140 overall all time against the Pistons and they are 40-14 at home.

The Celtics remain in 1st place in the East. They are 1 game ahead of 2nd place Milwaukee, 2.5 games ahead of 3rd place Philadelphia and 5.5 games ahead of 4th place Orlando. They are 14-0 at home and 8-2 in their last 10 games. They are 19-4 against Eastern Conference opponents. They have won their last 3 games.

The Detroit Pistons are last in the East. They are 21.5 games behind the Celtics. They are 3.5 games behind 14th place Washington and 11 games out of 10th place and play in contention. They are 1-14 on the road and they are 0-10 in their last 10 games. They are 2-19 against Eastern Conference opponents. They have lost 27 straight games and now hold the record for most consecutive losses in a single season.

The Pistons just completed a home and home set against the Nets. After this game they return home for a game against the Raptors and then they have a 4 game road trip through Houston, Utah, Golden State and Denver, so things don’t get much easier for them. The Celtics are playing in the first of back to back games. They play Toronto on Friday at home and then they face San Antonio and Oklahoma City on the road.

For the Celtics, Svi Mykhailiuk is probable with a heel contusion. Lamar Stevens is probable with a non-covid illness. Jaylen Brown has been listed as out with a back contusion after taking a knee to the back from LeBron James on Monday. Jayson Tatum was originally listed as questionable but is now expected to play. I’m guessing that Hauser will start in Brown’s place.

For the Pistons, Killian Hayes is probable with a non covid illness. Ausar Thompson is also probable with a non-covid illness. Monte Morris is out with a quad injury. Isaiah Stewart is out with a toe injury. Since Ausar Thompson is probable, I’m going to guess that he will get the start in place of the injured Isaiah Stewart.

Probable Celtics Starters

PG: Jrue Holiday
SG: Derrick White
SF: Sam Hauser
PF: Jayson Tatum
C: Kristaps Porzingis

Celtics Reserves
Delano Banton
Al Horford
Svi Mykhailiuk
Payton Pritchard
Lamar Stevens
Jordan Walsh
Oshae Brissett

2 Way Players
JD Davison
Drew Peterson
Neemias Queta

Injuries/Out
Svi Mykhailiuk(heel) available
Lamar Stevens (illness) available
Jayson Tatum (ankle sprain management) available
Jaylen Brown (back contusion) out

Head Coach
Joe Mazzulla

Probable Pistons Starters

PG: Cade Cunningham
SG: Jaden Ivey
SF: Bojan Bogdanovic
PF: Ausar Thompson
C: Jalen Duren

Pistons Reserves
Alec Burks
Joe Harris
Kevin Knox II
Isaiah Livers
Marcus Sasser
Ausar Thompson
James Wiseman

Two Way Players
Malcolm Cazalon
Jared Rhoden
Stanley Umude

Injuries/Out
Monte Morris (quad) out
Isaiah Stewart (toe) out
Ausar Thompson (illness) probable
Killian Hayes (illness) probable

Head Coach
Monty Williams

Key Matchups

Jrue Holiday vs Cade Cunningham
Cunningham is averaging 23 points, 4.1 rebounds, 7 assists and 1 steal per game. He is shooting 44.5% from the field and 33.1% from beyond the arc. He is coming off a 41 point game on Tuesday and so the Celtics need to defend him well as he is capable of having a big game.

Oshae Brissett vs Bojan Bogdanovic
Bogdanovic is averaging 19.9 points, 2.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists, and 1 steal per game. He is shooting 46.6% from the field and 39% from beyond the arc. As I said above, I’m not sure who will start here so Brissett is just a guess.

Honorable Mention
Kristaps Porzingis vs Jalen Duren
Duren is averaging 12.5 points, 11.2 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 1.3 blocks per game. He is shooting 62.3% from the field and does not shoot from the perimeter. The Celtics need to box him out and keep him out of the paint.

Keys to the Game
Defense – Defense will always be key to winning every game. The Celtics are 5th in the league with a 110.5 defensive rating while the Pistons are 26th with a defensive rating of 119.0. The Pistons are 28th in the league, averaging 109.3 points per game. The Celtics have to come into this game with the mindset that they need to play tough defense and not underestimate the Pistons, who have a lot of young and hungry players and, in spite of their 27 game losing streak, if the Celtics don’t take them seriously, the Pistons may surprise them.

Rebound – Rebounding is important to give the Celtics extra possessions and to limit possessions for their opponents. The Celtics are averaging 47.0 rebounds per game (2nd) while the Pistons are averaging 43.3 rebounds (20th). Rebounding takes effort and the Celtics need to give extra effort to beat the Pistons to rebounds. When they show extra effort on the boards, it often shows up in other areas of the game as well.

Stay Focused – The Celtics must stay focused on playing the right way. They have to take care of the ball and they have to focus on making crisp passes and on careful ball handling. They also have to focus on taking good shots and making them. The Celtics have to come into the game focused and keep that focus throughout the game. The Celtics should not underestimate this Pistons team because they are very hungry for a win and so if the Celtics lose focus they may just get beat.

Be Aggressive – The Celtics can’t come into the game expecting an easy game and to be able to take it easy on both ends of the court because the Pistons are at the bottom of the league and are on a historic losing streak. They have to come in and be aggressive on defense, on taking the ball to the basket, on diving for loose balls, on rebounding and on playing as a team. If they allow the Pistons to play harder than them, especially playing short handed, they could be surprised by a loss.

X-Factors
Pitiful Pistons – The Celtics are back at home and they need come out ready to protect home court. Young teams often struggle on the road and hopefully the Garden will be loud and will be able to distract the young Pistons team who also have to face the distractions of travel. The Celtics will possibly be short handed if Tatum and Brown are out, and so every player has to step up their game, even against the team at the bottom of the East. Too often we have seen the Celtics relax and let up and lose to teams they should absolutely beat.

Officiating – Officiating is always an x-factor. Every crew calls the game differently. Some call it tight and call every bit of contact while others allow more physical play. Some favor the home team while others call both sides evenly. The Celtics have to adjust to the way the refs are calling the game and not allow the no calls and bad calls to affect their focus on playing the game.

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سایت طوفان بت : Chelsea’s best and worst players in defeat to Wolves

Chelsea's best and worst players in defeat to Wolves


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Another week, another defeat for Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea.

The Christmas Eve loss to Wolves was, shockingly, the Blues’ 19th of 2023, and it once again came thanks to a disastrous mix of frugality in attack and silly errors in the defensive third.

Mario Lemina opened the scoring for Wolves in the 51st minute before Matt Doherty bagged a 93rd-minute goal to seal the win for the home side, with Christopher Nkunku’s 96th-minute strike proving too little, too late for Pochettino’s men.

Here’s Chelsea’s best and worst players from the game, according to 90min’s player ratings.

Christopher Nkunku: 8/10

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Nkunku scored his first goal in the Premier League / MB Media/GettyImages

Christopher Nkunku made his belated Premier League debut off the bench on Sunday and showed Chelsea fans exactly what their attacking line has been missing in the first half of the 2023/24 season.

The former RB Leipzig star immediately added some genuine quality to the Blues team in the final half an hour of the game, popping up in dangerous areas and finding space in a way Armando Broja and Nicolas Jackson could only dream of.

His headed goal was certainly a sign of good things to come.

Nicolas Jackson: 3/10

Nicolas Jackson, Mario Lemina, Nelson Semedo

Another poor outing / David Rogers/GettyImages

No Premier League team has missed more big chances than Chelsea so far this season, and with Nicolas Jackson up front it is pretty easy to see why.

The 22-year-old mustered up a measly one shot on goal, completed no dribbles, lost seven duals and generally didn’t do anything well.

Dishonourable mention

Thiago Silva: 4/10

Thiago Silva played like a 39-year-old on Sunday afternoon.

For perhaps the first time in his Chelsea career to date, the legendary defender was unable to roll back the years, instead looking slow and rather clumsy in and out of possession. It was a worrying performance, especially when you consider how much the Blues lean on him defensively.

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سایت طوفان بت : Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill hampered by ankle injury in loss to Titans

Dolphins' Tyreek Hill hampered by ankle injury in loss to Titans


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MIAMI GARDENS — Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill played only 33 snaps in Monday night’s 28-27 loss to the Tennessee Titans after suffering an ankle injury in the first quarter.

Hill was tackled out of bounds after catching a pass from quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and immediately writhed in pain before leaving the field. He initially walked across the field from the Titans’ sideline to the Dolphins’ but ran the final 20 or so yards after hearing “MVP” chants from the home crowd.

The NFL’s leader in receiving yards didn’t play another snap until the Dolphins’ second drive of the third quarter, inspired in part by a text from his wife.

“When it happened, like my first reaction was like, man, my ankle is gone,” he said. “My adrenaline kicked in, I ran off the field, then I sat for a while and it got stiff and I was going through a lot of pain. Then I just made up in my mind, I came in at halftime, I texted my wife, I was like, ‘This s— hurt.’ I need an ankle massage tonight, and she’s like, ‘You’d better get your ass back in that game, dawg.’ I was like, ‘All right.’

“So I just made up my mind that it’s going to hurt. It’s going to suck. Tonight and tomorrow morning. I just went back in the game on my own, without anybody saying, ‘Reek, go.’ It was like, no, f— this, I’ve got to get out there and bring some energy and be that spark.”

Miami was outgained by the Titans 403 yards to 366 and largely struggled without Hill in the game. Miami played without starting offensive linemen Terron Armstead, Robert Hunt and Isaiah Wynn, who were inactive, and center Connor Williams, who left the game because of a knee injury in the first quarter and did not return.

After the game, Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel said he hadn’t spoken with the training staff yet for an update on Williams, who was seen wearing a knee brace while standing on the sideline during the game.

“I know it would take a lot to keep him out,” McDaniel said. “It’s probably not the most positive.”

While the Dolphins averaged 5.1 yards per carry, rushing for 158 yards on 31 attempts, they were far less successful throwing the ball.

Against Miami’s decimated offensive line, the Titans attacked, pressuring Tagovailoa on 39% of his dropbacks Monday night. Tagovailoa completed just 4 of 11 passes for 27 yards when pressured and was sacked five times.

He finished with 240 scoreless yards, completing 23 of 33 passes and snapping a streak of 21 consecutive games with a passing touchdown.

“I think what they wanted game-plan-wise was to put a shell over our team, forcing us to run the ball, forcing us to beat them that way,” Tagovailoa said. “But when you have someone like Tyreek go down, it does make it tough, but when you also have a couple of your key O-linemen go down, as well, it does hurt the guys up front and sort of the way we operate.

“I think one of the toughest parts of that is a lot of those guys haven’t gotten reps at some of the positions. It’s not to say that we practice for situations like this to happen. It just so happened that Connor went down and we already had a couple of our guys out. But needless to say, I know the guys up front will get better. I know the guys around me will get better. I will continue to get better. That’s the only way we can grow. We’ve just got to watch the tape. Tough loss tonight, but it’s going to linger like this if we don’t do anything about that.”

Despite playing a minimized role, Hill finished with 61 yards on four catches. Jaylen Waddle led the team in receiving yards with 79 on six catches.

“So I just made up my mind that it’s going to hurt. It’s going to suck. Tonight and tomorrow morning. I just went back in the game on my own, without anybody saying, ‘Reek, go.’ It was like, no, f— this, I’ve got to get out there and bring some energy and be that spark.”

Tyreek Hill on returning to MNF game after injuring ankle

Miami clearly looked off rhythm without Hill, but McDaniel blamed the loss more so on a lack of red zone production — two touchdowns on five red zone trips — rather than Hill’s injury.

“There’s a good amount of offense that goes through [Hill]. However … ‘Ced’ [Cedrick Wilson Jr.] made a couple plays,” he said. “It wasn’t the reason for the lack of first half — or really first three quarter — points. I think there were just critical times that we would be off a hair on first or second down and you’re put in a third down situation, and our protection wasn’t exactly what maybe we’d be used to on a play or two.

“Obviously a player of Tyreek’s caliber, it hurts when he’s not in. However, I think there was plenty of offense to be had and we’ve got a lot of guys that I trust to do that. I think that just bottom line, you have things like that happen in a game, you’re going to lose and those are lessons that are learned usually one way, and that’s the hard one.”

At 9-4, the Dolphins still hold a two-game lead in the AFC East over their division rival Buffalo Bills and host the New York Jets on Sunday. With a win and a Bills loss to the Dallas Cowboys, Miami would set itself up for a division-clinching scenario in Week 16.

There is no guarantee that Hill plays against the Jets — unless the decision is left up to him.

“That’s never something that I would be thinking about,” he said. “But if the trainers come to me, if they see something in the scans whenever I get these scans, they say, ‘Hey, Reek, you can sit out,’ I do it. But me being me, I don’t want to sit out. I want to be able to help this team any way I can, and that’s just who I am. I just don’t want to miss any games.”

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Australian Formula 1 prodigy Oscar Piastri will start the Las Vegas Grand Prix 19th after having a terrible qualifying run on Saturday night (AEDT).

The McLaren young gun was second on the timesheets in practice three but flopped in qualifying one, failing to advance after only managing a fastest lap of 1:35.068.

The overwhelming consensus is Ferrari was robbed of a front-row lock-out after Charles Leclerc took pole and Carlos Sainz clocked the second-quickest lap. Despite doing that, Sainz will start 12th on Sunday night (AEDT) due to the 10-place grid penalty he automatically triggered after being cruelled by a loose drain cover on the opening night.

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Three-time world champion Max Verstappen will start second in his Red Bull, while Mercedes’ George Russell snagged third on the grid.

It was a sorrowful night for both Australians as Daniel Ricciardo only managed to qualify 15th in his newly adopted AlphaTauri.

Piastri was clearly frustrated as he spoke with Formula 1 TV after his qualifying run.

“Earlier tonight the pace in P3 [practice three] was good. The tyres were in a good place. The pace at the start of qualifying was good,” Piastri said.

“I don’t know if we were one of the only ones to not use two sets of tyres. If we were I think that probably explains it a lot, because [over] the first few laps we were in the top five more or less. So I don’t think it was really an issue with pace; just [the] run plan maybe wasn’t what it should have been.”

The 22-year-old laughed about avoiding the Las Vegas nightlife while preparing to start a long way back on the grid.

“Well, I’m not going to go to the casino and hopefully all the luck comes out tomorrow,” Piastri said with a grin.

“There’s a lot of long straights, tight corners. The tyres are very difficult to get in the window, so maybe that’ll catch some people out.

“We’ll try our best.”

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