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Cincinnati, OH ( - Jeremy Hill rushed for a career-high 154 yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries in his first career start in place of injured starter Giovani Bernard to lead the Cincinnati Bengals to a 33-23 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. A.J. Green, who missed the past three games with a toe injury, caught three passes for 44 yards and a score and Mohamed Sanu finished with a touchdown and 95 yards on four grabs for the Bengals (5-2-1), who have gone 13-0-1 in their last 14 home games. Andy Dalton threw for 233 yards on 19-of-31 attempts with two touchdowns but also was responsible for two interceptions in the win. Blake Bortles completed 22-of-33 passes for 247 yards, two touchdowns to Allen Hurns and one interception for Jacksonville (1-8), which dropped its second straight game since winning its lone game of the season against Cleveland. Hurns ended with 112 yards on seven catches, while Denard Robinson rushed for 94 yards and a score on 17 carries. Hurns caught his second touchdown of the day from 18 yards out with 9:55 to play, but Bortles pass to Shorts on the two-point conversion attempt was incomplete to keep it a 26-16 game. The Jaguars cashed in on another Bengals turnover. Daltons pass deflected off the back of an offensive lineman and was intercepted by J.T. Thomas III, who returned it to the 7-yard line. Robinson ran for two yards before getting his team within three points on a 5-yard plunge with 8:13 to play Hill, however, needed just nine seconds to extend the Jaguars lead back to 10 points. The LSU product dashed down the right side and shook off a defender before reaching the end zone for a 60-yard score and a 33-23 advantage with 8:04 remaining. The Jaguars drove down to their opponents 14 before Bortles pass intended for Clay Harbor was intercepted by George Iloka in the end zone and returned 16 yards to put the game out of reach. The Bengals extended their lead to 19-3 with an 8-play, 62-yard drive coming out of halftime. Dalton hit Sanu with a 36-yard pass and three plays later, Hill, who returned to the game after tweaking his knee, scampered into the end zone from a yard out. Jacksonville responded with a touchdown drive of its own. Cecil Shorts hauled in a 20-yard pass and after a Robinson fumble was reversed, Bortles rolled out to his right and aired out a deep strike down field to Hurns for a 40-yard score. Sherrod Martin dove in front of Sanu to pick off Dalton, giving the Jaguars the ball at their own 29 with under five minutes to play in the third. Jacksonville was forced to punt after its drive stalled at the Bengals 43. Adam Jones returned Bryan Angers punt 31 yards to the Jaguars 23 and it took Cincinnati just two plays to extend its lead. Hill ran five yards before Dalton connected with Green on an 18-yard score for a 26-10 lead early in the fourth. Jacksonville opened the scoring with 1:21 remaining in the opening stanza after Josh Scobee capped a 10-play, 79-yard drive with a 25-yard field goal. Cedric Peerman hauled in a short pass and moved the chains on third down with a 17-yard gain. After a pair of runs by Hill, Dalton found Sanu for a 19-yard score and a 7-3 lead just over three minutes into the second quarter. Dalton aired out a 33-yard pass to Sanu, who made an over-the-shoulder catch to place the Bengals down at the Jaguars 9. Cincinnati settled for a 31-yard Mike Nugent field goal with 4:25 remaining in the first half after Green had a 12-yard TD catch nullified for lining up offsides. After Bortles was sacked by Carlos Dunlap for a loss of eight yards at the Jaguars 11, Tyler Mays blocked Angers punt and the ball flew out of bounds in the end zone for a safety and a 12-3 advantage. Game Notes The Bengals won their third straight game against the Jaguars ... 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San Francisco has been out of action since a 42-17 loss to the Broncos on Oct. 19, a Sunday night match in Denver that saw Peyton Manning set the all-time record for touchdown passes. Manning broke Brett Favres former mark of 508 by firing touchdown passes on three of his first four drives. The Niners were outgained by the Broncos 419-310 and Colin Kaepernick was sacked six times while completing 24-of-39 pass attempts for 263 yards. He threw a touchdown pass to Stevie Johnson, who ended with 79 yards receiving on five catches, but was also picked off once. In all phases the Broncos were on their game, especially Peyton, said Niners head coach Jim Harbaugh. San Francisco, which had won two straight, now comes out of its bye tied with fellow 4-3 Seattle for second place in the NFC West, with both clubs training 6-1 Arizona. St. Louis is bringing up the rear at 2-5 and opened up its three-week span of road contests with a 34-7 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday. It marked the Rams fifth loss in its past six road games dating back to last season. St. Louis opened up the scoring with a one-yard touchdown pass by Austin Davis to tight end Lance Kendricks, but it was all Kansas City from there. The Rams couldnt build off last weeks emotional home win over Seattle. Davis went just 15-of-25 passing for 160 yards with a touchdown and an interception, and the Rams rushing unit was limited to just 84 yards. Kansas City totaled seven sacks in the victory. We clearly got out played the second half of this game, in all three phases, Rams coach Jeff Fisher said. We started fast but we didnt finish. The Rams have lost three straight to the 49ers, including a 31-17 setback at home on Oct. 13. Again, St. Louis got off to a fast start, going up 14-0 in the first quarter on Benny Cunninghams short scoring run and Kendricks TD catch. However, the Niners responded with 24 straight points, including a momentum- changing 80-yard touchdown catch by Brandon Lloyd with 14 seconds left in the first half. Kaepernick threw for 343 yards and three touchdown passes, while Anquan Boldin caught seven passes for 94 yards with a score. Davis was sacked five times, with 49ers linebackers Ahmad Brooks and Dan Skuta getting him twice each. WHAT TO WATCH FOR San Francisco is close to getting healthy -- nose tackle Glenn Dorsey, running back Marcus Lattimore and linebacker NaVarro Bowman should all return in the near future -- and the bye week allowed a number of players who missed the Denver game recover. Left guard Mike Iupati (concussion) and cornerback Chris Culliver (hamstring) practiced in full on Monday, while linebacker Patrick Willis (toe) and safety Jimmie Ward (quadriceps) were limited. However, cornerback Chris Cook and starting center Daniel Kilgore were both lost to season-ending injuries suffered versus the Broncos. Cook suffered a torn hamstring, robbing the Niners of some depth in the secondary, while Kilgore sustained a fractured left leg. Rookie Marcus Martin, a third-round pick out of USC, will get the first shot at replacing Kilgore, though he got off to a late start this season due to a left knee injury suffered during the preseason that held him out of practice until earlier this month. I think hes a very bright guy. Hes very mature, Harbaugh said of Martin. Hes champing at the bit to play and hes shown that through the anxiousness to get back on the field and study habits. So, its been good.dddddddddddd. Im excited for him to compete. How Martin and Iupati play could dictate how much success running back Frank Gore can have against the Rams. Gore has racked up 1,229 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns in 16 games versus the Rams. San Francisco ranks 10th in rushing offense at 125.1 yards per game, while the Rams are giving up 144.7 yards on the ground per game to sit 31st in the league. Kaepernick also has been efficient in this series, posting a 117.6 passer rating over the three-game series winning streak. He has six touchdown passes and zero interceptions over the run. Even with the injuries and suspension to linebacker Aldon Smith, the Niners still boast the leagues second-ranked defense, which is giving up just 306.0 yards per game overall and just 84.9 YPG on the ground. San Francisco padded its sack total versus St. Louis and has 12 on the season, while the Rams have managed just an NFL-low six sacks on the year. However, St. Louis is getting hot up front. Defensive end Robert Quinn has three sacks in his last two games after getting none over his first five games, while rookie defensive tackle Aaron Donald has 11 tackles for a loss. The Rams rank 26th in points per game (19.4) and are 22nd in total offense at 336.4 yards per game, so the recent losses of tackle Jake Long and wide receiver Brian Quick were especially uninvited. Both will miss the rest of the season after getting hurt versus the Chiefs. Long torn the ACL in his knee for the second time in less than a year, while Quick has significant damage to his shoulder according to Fisher. Wide receivers Stedman BGailey and Chris Givens will see a bigger role due to the loss of Quick, who had 25 catches for 375 yards and three touchdowns in seven games this season. Long, a former No. 1 draft pick, had started 22 games for the Rams since they signed him prior to last season. He tore both the anterior and medial collateral ligaments in his right knee in Week 16 last year. With Long out, rookie first-round pick Greg Robinson will move from left guard to the left tackle spot and Mike Person is in line to make his first career start at left guard if Rodger Saffolds shoulder prevents him from playing. Fisher thought Robinson was fine in switching positions versus the Chiefs after Long got hurt. He had some issues, they had outstanding rushers, but he was strong and stout, noted Fisher. Thats what he does. Hell have a week to work on the footwork and things like that this week. He went out there and knew what to do and came out of the stack on a screen and executed a block. You can see his athletic ability when he made the tackle on the interception. At the tackle position, hell be fine. Kendricks, meanwhile, has a TD catch in three straight games and could be the first Ram with a scoring grab over four consecutive games since Torry Holt in 2006. St. Louis made a trade prior to the deadline this week, getting third-year safety Mark Barron from Tampa Bay for two draft picks in 2015. Barron, the seventh overall pick of the 2012 draft, has recorded 49 tackles in seven games this year after totaling 88 each of his first two seasons. The Alabama product has recorded three career interceptions. OVERALL ANALYSIS Consistency has escaped the Niners this season, but not the Rams, who seem to struggle late in games week in and week out. All signs seem to favor San Francisco this weekend. The 49ers are home, fresh off a bye and taking on a Rams team missing several key contributors to injury. Hitting the road doesnt favor St. Louis at all. The 49ers had no issues overcoming a fast Rams start a few weeks ago and should come out of the gate firing this Sunday. Sports Network predicted outcome: 49ers 27, Rams 13 [url=]China NFL Jerseys[/url] [url=]Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys[/url] [url=]NFL Jerseys Cheap[/url] [url=]Wholesale NFL Jerseys[/url] [url=]Cheap Basketball Jerseys Online[/url] [url=]Stitched Hockey Jerseys[/url] [url=]Wholesale Baseball Jerseys[/url] [url=]Football Jerseys Outlet[/url] [url=]College Jerseys For Sale[/url] [url=]Cheap MLB Jerseys[/url] [url=]Wholesale Soccer Jerseys[/url] [url=]Wholesale Jerseys For Sale[/url] [url=]Wholesale NFL Jerseys[/url] ' ' '

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