Offensive Line of the Week: Eagles’ unit paves way for Nick Foles

In today’s fantasy-obsessed football world, it’s easy to overlook the contributions of one position group: offensive line. Well, NFL Network analyst and former Pro Bowl center Shaun O’Hara is here to fix that. Following each batch of games, O’Hara will revisit the O-line performances of all the teams that played and ultimately select that week’s top unit, headlined by a Built Ford Tough Offensive Line of the Week.

Or, General Manager Jerry Reese, Coach Ben McAdoo and offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan could squeeze out another year (or two) from Manning and instead elect to shore up an offensive line that has been below average, per Pro Football Focus. After Sunday’s loss, the Giants rank 22nd for pass-blocking and 23rd for run-blocking, giving them the 10th worst offensive line in football.

Lillard gave Portland a 93-86 advantage with a 3-pointer, but the Nuggets rallied to take a 97-95 lead on Mason Plumlee’s dunk. CJ McCollum made two free throws and Lillard hit a running bank shot to give Portland a 99-97 lead with 41.7 seconds left.

He was fouled on the play but missed the free throw.

“What bothers me the most is I’ve got to make that free throw,” Lillard said. “We were in position to win. Everybody contributed to us being in that position and I’ve got to be able to shut the door on them.”

Murray’s three-point play with 33.6 seconds remaining gave Denver back the lead. The Trail Blazers had two chances to go back in front but couldn’t convert. Barton hit two free throws, and after Nurkic’s dunk, sealed it with two more foul shots with 1.8 seconds left.patriots_030_04217e0d170be805-180x180

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