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Daily Recap – December 20, 2020

News

In his second career start today, Jalen Hurts threw for 338 yards and 3 touchdowns, and ran for another 63 yards and his first career rushing touchdown in a narrow road by Philadelphia. Hurts is the 9th quarterback in NFL history with at least 4 touchdown passes and no interceptions in his first two starts, and is the first Eagle in 10 years to throw for 300+ yards, pass for 3 touchdowns and run for 1 touchdown. Here are a couple of highlight clips, with a few more posted below.

Derrick Henry rushed for 147 yards and a touchdown, and got most of the 4th quarter off. Henry now has career highs in carries (321) and rushing yards (1,679). With his touchdown today, Henry is just the fourth player in NFL history to have back-to-back seasons of 1,500 yards rushing and 15 touchdowns (Shaun Alexander is one of the other three). Henry’s 1,679 rushing yards this season are the most in the NFL since DeMarco Murray had 1,845 in 2014.

Despite missing his top three passing targets, Tua Tagovailoa led Miami to a 22-12 win over Miami. The win broke a streak of 11 straight wins by New England over rookie quarterback. Tagovailoa contributed two touchdowns on the ground to put the Patriots away.

Calvin Ridley marked his 26th birthday with a career high 163 receiving yards for Atlanta today. Ridley has surpassed the 100 yard mark in 3 straight games, and has 7 games with 100+ yards receiving on the season, which leads the NFL.

It was a special day for Justin Thomas and his father, Mike Thomas, as the father/son team won the PNC Championship in Orlando. The duo shot a 57 (15 birdies) to win the event by one stroke. The 57 was the second lowest score in this father/son event, which dates back to 1995.

On the injury front today, Quinnen Williams (head), James Carpenter (groin), and Shaun Dion Hamilton (elbow) all left their games today and didn’t return to action.

Some other highlights from today’s games:

Community Outreach

Dre Kirkpatrick’s 21 Kids Foundation hosted its annual Santa Spree in Gadsden yesterday. This year’s effort benefited 20 families with a spending spree of $300 each at Old Navy in Gadsden.

We’ll re-post these daily until the deadlines for applying or actual events pass.

Raekwon Davis announced plans to sponsor a Toy Drive-By in Meridian, MS on December 22-23 at the Boys and Girls Club of East Mississippi. The drive-by will serve up to 700 youths aged 5 to 17.

Mark Barron, in conjunction with TAP Inc., will be giving $1,000 to 15 families in the Mobile area for Christmas. Application deadline is December 21.

Transactions

  • Damien Harris – deactivated for Week 15 by New England.
  • Hale Hentges – deactivated for Week 15 by Minnesota.
  • Mark Ingram – deactivated for Week 15 by Baltimore.
  • Julio Jones – deactivated for Week 15 by Atlanta.
  • Terrell Lewis – deactivated for Week 15 by Los Angeles Rams.
  • Mack Wilson – deactivated for Week 15 by Cleveland.

Injury Reports

Week 15 Game Status Report (Sunday/Monday games)
  • Questionable – Anthony Averett (ankle), Dre Kirkpatrick (hamstring).
  • Doubtful – N/A.
  • Out – Damien Harris (ankle), Julio Jones (hamstring).

Game Results

   
 BASKETBALL
  
 Jeonju 78, Wonju 52.
 Justin Knox (WON) – 25 minutes, 8 points (4-10 FG), 6 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 blocks, 2 turnovers, 1 foul.
  
 Orzinuovi 109, Casale 71.
 Corban Collins (CAS) – DNP
  
  
 GOLF
  
 CME Group Tour Championship final:
 Cheyenne Knight – 71-72-68-71, -6, T19
 Stephanie Meadow – 70-76-69-72, -1, T38
 Emma Talley – 72-74-74-70, +2, T53
 Kristen Gillman – 75-77-72-75, +11, 70th
  
 PNC Championship final:
 Justin Thomas / Mike Thomas – 62-57, -25, 1st
  
  
 FOOTBALL
  
 Indianapolis 27, Houston 20.
 Ryan Kelly – started; no stats
 AJ McCarron – DNP
  
 Miami 22, New England 12.
 Tua Tagovailoa – 20-26, 145 yds, 1 INT, 2 sacks (12 yds), QBR – 73.4; 3 rushes, 9 yds, 2 TD
 Raekwon Davis – 1 tackle
 Anfernee Jennings – 3 tackles
 Damien Harris – inactive
  
 Tennessee 46, Detroit 25.
 Derrick Henry – 24 rushes, 147 yds, 1 TD; 2 catches, 5 yds; 1 2pt conversion
 Rashaan Evans – 7 tackles
 Reggie Ragland – 5 tackles
  
 Baltimore 40, Jacksonville 14.
 Marlon Humphrey – 7 tackles
 Anthony Averett – 3 tackles, 1 PD
 Bradley Bozeman – no stats
 DJ Fluker – no stats
 Mark Ingram – inactive
 Cam Robinson – no stats
  
 Chicago 33, Minnesota 27.
 Eddie Jackson – 7 tackles
 Irv Smith Jr – 3 catches, 37 yds
 Hale Hentges – inactive
  
 Seattle 20, Washington 15.
 Jarran Reed – 2 tackles, 1 QBH
 Cam Sims – 5 catches, 26 yds; 1 tackle
 Robert Foster – 1 catch, 9 yds
 Shaun Dion Hamilton – 4 tackles, 1 TFL
 Jonathan Allen – 2 tackles, 1 QBH
 Daron Payne – 1 tackle, 1 PD, 1 INT
  
 Tampa Bay 31, Atlanta 27.
 Calvin Ridley – 10 catches, 163 yds, 1 TD
 James Carpenter – no stats
 Julio Jones – inactive
  
 Dallas 41, San Francisco 33.
 Amari Cooper – 2 catches, 10 yds; 2 rushes, -7 yds
 Trevon Diggs – 5 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 PD
  
 New York Jets 23, Los Angeles Rams 20.
 Quinnen Williams – 4 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack (8 yds), 1 QBH
 A’Shawn Robinson – 3 tackles
 Terrell Lewis – inactive
  
 Arizona 33, Philadelphia 26.
 Kenyan Drake – 10 rushes, 26 yds, 2 catches, 14 yds.
 Dre Kirkpatrick – 2 tackles, 1 PD
 Deionte Thompson – no stats
 Jalen Hurts – 24-44, 338 yds, 3 TD, 6 sacks (33 yds), 102.3 QBR; 11 rushes, 63 yds, 1 TD; 3 fumbles (none lost), 1 FR.
 Ross Pierschbacher – no stats
  
 Cleveland 20, New York Giants 6.
 Jedrick Wills – started; no stats
 Mack Wilson – inactive
 Dalvin Tomlinson – 3 tackles
 Xavier McKinney – 4 tackles 

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