How Yankees’ Ronald Torreyes handled unexpected demotion

There was a lovefest going in the Yankees clubhouse before their Subway Series game against the Mets on Saturday Raiders Cheap Jerseys night.

Everyone was thrilled to see utility infielder Ronald Torreyes back after his shocking – and totally undeserving – demotion to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre two weeks ago.

I went down there and had the same kind of attitude, the same kind of work responsibility, Torreyes said. I developed that over the years here and I wanted to continue doing what I did up here down there to create an opportunity to be back. And here I am today.

Manning might have his most talented offensive skill cast since 2006 and the Giants invested heavily in rebuilding the line.

I’ve happy to see what the Giants have done to try to help him out and go all-in, O’Hara said. We’ve got a nice window here to go win some games. The one question that everybody has in the game of football: Can our quarterback win the game in the fourth quarter? Eli can do that.

Tuck is reminded of times in the past when Super Cheap Jerseys Manning was told he was elite or he might be finished. Bleacher Report recently listed Manning as the most overhyped star in the NFL.

I can only talk toward history, Tuck said. History tells me that every time Eli has been doubted, every time he has been put in situations like this, not only has he responded but the team has responded around him. That’s what I’m hoping for this season.

In 2016,  That number dropped to 86.6 in 2017, and he threw nine more interceptions while averaging 1.2 fewer yards per pass attempt as a sophomore.

After the Cowboys lost tight end Jason Witten to retirement and cut receiver Dez Bryant, they’ll need Prescott to look like his 2016 self to make the playoffs. However, he’ll be doing so without the help of the skill talent that surrounded him that year.

Allen Hurns, Terrance Williams, Cole Beasley and Geoff Swaim might be the most targeted Cowboys this season. None of them had more than 600 receiving yards or 60 receptions last year.

The training wheels are officially off in Dallas. The offense will only go as far as Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott will it to.

Since turning down the option in Russell Okung’s contract to allow him to walk and sign with the Los Angeles Chargers, the Denver Broncos have had massive question marks at tackle.