ovic (adductor) and midfielder Kyle Porter (calf), both Canadian internationals, are listed as questionable. NOTES

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MINNESOTA (11-6) at TENNESSEE TITANS (3-13)Sunday, 1 p. Wholeslae Adidas NMD .m. EST, FOXOPENING LINE -- Vikings by 3SERIES RECORD -- Vikings lead 8-4LAST MEETING -- Vikings beat Titans 30-7, Oct. 7, 2012AP PRO32 RANKING -- Vikings No. 10, Titans No. 27VIKINGS OFFENSE -- OVERALL (29), RUSH (4), PASS (31).VIKINGS DEFENSE -- OVERALL (13), RUSH (17), PASS (12).TITANS OFFENSE -- OVERALL (30), RUSH (25), PASS (23).TITANS DEFENSE -- OVERALL (12), RUSH (18), PASS (7).STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES -- Vikings open season on road for fourth straight season. ... Vikings return all 11 starters from defense that gave up 19.3 points per game last season, fifth fewest in NFL. ... RB Adrian Peterson led NFL rushing for third time last season with 1,485 yards, joining Hall of Famers Marion Motley and Curtis Martin as third RB to lead league in rushing at age of 30 or older. He also tied for NFL lead with 11 TDs rushing. ... Both Vikings and Titans have won three straight season openers. ... QB Shaun Hill posted passer rating of 157.9 in last game at Tennessee on Sept. 23, 2012, with Detroit. ... QB Sam Bradford threw career-high 3,725 yards last season with Philadelphia as teammate with now-Titans RB DeMarco Murray. Bradford was acquired last week. ... WR Stefon Diggs led NFC rookies with 720 yards receiving. ... Cordarrelle Patterson led NFL averaging 31.8 yards per kickoff return, and also returned two kicks for TDs. ... Titans wins in three straight season openers tied for fourth-best streak. ... Titans added 22 players since end of last season. ... QB Marcus Mariota tied Peyton Manning for most games with three or more TD passes as rookie with four in 2015. Mariota became first rookie to throw for four or more TDs with no interceptions in two games. ... Murray leads all active players with 28 TDs rushing since 2013 and is second with 3,668 yards rushing. ... Delanie Walker set franchise tight end records with 94 catches for 1,088 yards receiving in 2015. ... WR Andre Johnson is NFLs active leader with 1,053 catches and 14,100 yards receiving. ... Only second time these franchises have opened season against each other. Vikings beat then-Houston Oilers 38-7 to open 1989 season. ... Fantasy Tip: Mariota threw four TD passes and had perfect passer rating in NFL debut.---AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and http://twitter.com/AP-NFL Black Adidas NMD 2018 .com) - The Montreal Canadiens embark on their first road trip of the season as they head out west to battle the Calgary Flames on Wednesday night. Rose Adidas NMD 2018 . Louis Cardinals. Victorino is batting sixth and playing right field after missing two games because of back tightness. http://www.cheapadidasnmdstore.com/ . Pence singled in the winning run with no outs in the ninth inning to give the Giants a 7-6 victory over the San Diego Padres on Sunday.TORONTO -- The two worst teams in MLS square off Saturday in a game that gets uglier the closer you look. D.C. United (1-10-3) is winless in a club-record 12 league games. Visiting Toronto (1-7-5) is winless in 11. Catch all of the action live on TSN2 and TSN Mobile TV, tonight at 7pm et/4pm pt. United has taken just three of the last 36 points on offer, during which time the four-time league champion has scored just five times. An Eastern Conference playoff finalist last season, D.C. United has been shut out nine times in 2013 including its last three games. The team has gone 295 minutes without scoring, the sixth-longest streak in MLS this season and the eighth-longest in club history. Red Bulls star Thierry Henrys six goals match the total of Uniteds whole team and hes tied for fifth in league goal-scoring. D.C. United manager Ben Olsen and captain Dwayne De Rosario, a Canadian international and former league MVP, have bumped heads this year although a DeRo hat trick in U.S. Open Cup play this week no doubt helped heal the wounds. Toronto, which has scored once in its last five outings, is 1-17-9 in its last 27 MLS games dating back to July 28, 2012. It has picked up just five points out of a possible 33 in its current winless run. First-year manager Ryan Nelsen preaches confidence and patience as he continues his radical makeover of the struggling squad. On Thursday, Toronto sent its 21st player packing since the end of last season. Progress is slow. Toronto is only three points ahead of its pace last season when it opened with a league-record nine-game losing streak and was 1-10-2 at this point. Valuable points have been squandered through late goals. Toronto has lost 11 points in seven games through last-minute opposition strikes. Points are at a premium for both teams Saturday. "Its a big game," said Nelsen, a former D.C. United captain. "Everybody knows it. They know it, we know it." While Torontos record doesnt reflect it, Nelsen and his coaching staff have been separating the wheat from the chaff. The current roster contains some promising young talent and a few serviceable veterans. But it is short on creativity and lacks killer instinct. Several big pieces are missing. How bad has Torontos luck been this season? Reliable fullback Richard Eckersley has missed eight league games since injuring his hamstring celebrating a teammates goal in a 1-1- tie with FC Dallas on April 6. To make matters worse, he aggravated the inquiry while rehabbing it. Veteran defender Danny Califf has gone from starter to patient zero on the TFC roster. According to the team, Califf -- currently No. 5 on the centre-back depth chart -- has suffered from two viruses, in addition to a sore back and knees. One suspects someone on the coaching staff is having fun reading a medical dictionary while they try to trade the 33-year-old Califf and his US$165,000 salary. Pink Adidas NMD 2018. Striker Danny Koevermans, returning from a knee injury, was intrigued to learn a sore back had kept him out of practice. It was actually a virus, he assured reporters. Communication has not been a Toronto strongpoint this season. Open practices are a thing of the past, other than the final minutes of a session. And in a city whose media is beginning to ignore a soccer franchise that continues to be the league doormat, the coaching staff is pushing back rather than reaching out. Assistant coach Jim Brennan took time out Thursday to complain to a local reporter about a story. Nelsen, grilled about the teams poor run, recently told another beat reporter "youre not really educated on how a game can be" because they were only looking at the score, not the performances. Nelsen reinforced that point Thursday when he told reporters that his team had performed well, but just not been rewarded with points. "Youd have to be pretty deaf, dumb and blind (not to recognize) ... the progression from Game 1 to Philadelphia game," he said. "Theyre just two different teams that we are now. But weve just got to turn those performances into points." Perhaps the coaches are looking to shield their players. Or perhaps the frustration is getting to them. Nelsen can range from affable to annoyed, sometimes in the same scrum. Listening to the Kiwi, you might think Toronto FCs new management inherited a Sunday pub team rather than one bankrolled by a billion-dollar sports empire. Still eight managers and no playoffs speak volumes about Torontos woeful seven-year history. Rubbing salt into the wound, the recent Canada-U.S. womens soccer friendly set an attendance record at TFCs home stadium. The leagues own power rankings have D.C. United at 19th and last in the league. Toronto stands 17th, ahead of 3-8-2 Chivas. Washington would be a great place to start winning, especially since Nelsen, president Kevin Payne and chief scout Pat Onstad all spent time with D.C. United. Toronto captain Darren ODea is questionable at left back after picking up a bug while on international duty with Ireland. Centre back Doneil Henry, suspended after being red-carded last time out, will likely be replaced by Gale Agbossoumonde. Koevermans, returning from a long absence due to knee surgery, is likely to see action off the bench. D.C. United also has injury concerns. Midfielder Chris Pontius (concussion) and defenders Ethan White (hip flexor) and James Riley (adductor) will reportedly miss Saturdays game. Defender Dejan Jakovic (adductor) and midfielder Kyle Porter (calf), both Canadian internationals, are listed as questionable. NOTES -- D.C. United has a career a 10-3-2 all-time record against Toronto FC and won all three meetings last year. Toronto has not won at RFK Stadium since 2010. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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