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Big plays and game-changing developments have been divided sporadically throughout most of this NFL season.Not on Sunday.From the Meadowlands to Miami, from Green Bay to the Bay Area and points in between, Week 9 brought a flood of standout performances. Maybe even something to lift the TV ratings, too.Do you like big-time kick returns? The Colts Jordan Todman had one to open their win at Lambeau Field. And the Dolphins Kenyan Drake had one to finish off their victory over the Jets.It is a very rare play, Todman said. This is my sixth year in the league and it is my first return to the house. It is huge. It is very rare, but when it does happen you see the results. When things click in the right way, when all blocks are there and it is set up in the right way, you can house it.Todmans 99-yarder got things started for Indy, putting the host Packers in an early hole. Drakes 96-yarder provided the winning points for Miami.Im just a little sick after that, the rookie from Alabama said. Kind of had to run back and forth like from kickoff return, then kickoff, then punt. Just a little winded still, but hey, that win makes it a lot better I guess.The NFL might be on the way to legislating kick runbacks out of the game for safetys sake, but while they remain, they sure do thrill.So do momentum-creating defensive plays, and there were plenty of those Sunday, as well.The Giants picked off two of Carson Wentzs first three throws, and quickly they were up 14-0 on two TD passes by Eli Manning. Those plays were critical in New Yorks 28-23 victory because the Eagles eventually got into position to grab the win.On the other side, had Philly scored any points off its two interceptions -- or off Darren Sproles 66-yard punt return -- the result in New Jersey could have been different.The thing that got us was the big plays, Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins said. Everything else other than that we felt really good about. The big plays hurt us.There were six plays of at least 30 yards in the first half alone at MetLife Stadium. The game also featured a blocked field goal and four fourth-down tries by Philadelphia, only one of them successful.The Saints Mark Ingram , who appeared headed to losing his starting job, broke a 75-yard touchdown run during his 158-yard day at the 49ers. That matchup also was highlighted by touchdown passes of 32, 47, and 65 yards. Two of those were produced by offensively challenged San Francisco.Weve got plenty more, all of which ratcheted up the excitement quotient:- Todman added a 61-yard kickoff runback.- Baltimores Chris Moore returned Javorius Allens blocked punt 14 yards for a TD in a win over Pittsburgh.- Dwight Lowery and Brandon Flowers of the Chargers each scored defensive TDs against the Titans. Lowery returned a fumble 43 yards and Flowers had a 33-yard interception return for a score.Nothing tops what went on at the only overtime game of the day, though. In Detroits 22-16 victory at Minnesota, Tyrunn Walker blocked Blair Walshs 46-yard field goal attempt early in the fourth quarter. Then Matt Prater nailed a 58-yarder -- 58 yards! -- as regulation time expired. Not that Prater was new to such achievements: it was the second-longest tying field goal in the final minute of the fourth quarter in NFL history, behind Praters 59-yader in 2011 with Denver against Chicago.Im confident, Prater said. More than likely Im not worried about missing it short. ... I expect to make every kick. I dont overanalyze it or think too much. I just kick it and hope it goes straight.It did. But wait, theres more.Golden Tate took a pass along the left sideline, shook off two attempted tackles by the Vikings vaunted defense, then vaulted into the end zone to win it.At that point, I think God took over and pushed me into the end zone, Tate said. 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The players spoke Jan. 13 during a Major League Baseball Players Association conference call after Rodriguez sued the union and Major League Baseball to overturn an arbitrators decision suspending him for the 2014 season and post-season. Nike Shoes From China Online .5 million, one-year contract on Friday. Hawkins, who turns 41 in December, will compete with Rex Brothers for the closers role at spring training. Nic Maddinson is in fine company. Prior to Maddinson, only a dozen Australian top-six batsmen had fallen for a duck in their first Test innings on debut. Victor Trumper was one of them, also Joe Darling, Syd Gregory and Harry Trott, among Australias best early cricketers. In the more modern era there was Matthew Elliott, Phillip Hughes and Andrew Symonds - all of whom went on to score Test centuries.But there are some not-so-elites in the group, too. Roy Park is best remembered for the story, apocryphal or not, of how his wife bent down to pick up her knitting and missed his entire Test career: he was bowled first ball in his only Test innings. Others such as Ken Meuleman and Roland Pope, like Park, never played another Test.Whatever happens at the Gabba this week, at least Maddinson wont fall into the latter camp. He will get another chance in the baggy green, a second opportunity to get off the mark in Test cricket after his 12-ball duck against South Africa at Adelaide Oval. It will be a chance to show that he has the game to bat in the longest form; by his own admission he, at times, has played too aggressively in first-class cricket.Its all about me finding a consistent mental state where I can start my innings, Maddinson said in Brisbane on Sunday. Have a game plan where it can work, not just when Im batting on a good day on a flat wicket, but something I can implement on days where the ball is moving and Im not feeling like its all going together.I think thats an important part of how I can improve as a player. And thats... where the inconsistencies lie at the moment. At times Ive been a bit too aggressive when the situation didnt suit, but I feel like Im more comfortable with my batting at the moment which comes with making enough mistakes and being around long enough to work it out.In Adelaide, Maddinson came in under lights, facing the swinging pink ball, and was a little tentative before being bowled by a fine delivery from Kagiso Rabada. It meant he was thhe only one of Australias three debutants to leave Adelaide empty-handed - Peter Handscomb scored a first-innings fifty and then struck the winning runs, and Matt Renshaw occupied the crease for 183 balls.ddddddddddddBut having wiped out nearly half the side in moving from Hobart to Adelaide, the selectors opted for a steady hand in the wake of Australias consolation victory and named the same 12 for the first Test against Pakistan. Maddinson hopes that after a nervy debut, he will be better placed for Test cricket come his second opportunity.It helps when the team wins... its easier to keep it together and let guys develop a little bit if they have missed out, Maddinson said. Although it was a good ball, theres always something you can do differently. Whether its a mindset or just sharpen up a little bit. Ive had time to watch it and theres definitely some things Ill be taking in when I start my innings this week.One positive for Maddinson is that, unlike on Test debut, he now has a decent pink-ball score under his belt. Prior to the Adelaide day-night Test, Maddinsons pink-ball day-night first-class career consisted of scores of 1, 18, 17, 1 and 46. But against South Australia in Adelaide last week, Maddinson scored 80 in the first innings of a day-night Sheffield Shield game to give him some confidence.Regardless of what ball it was, it was an important innings for me, Maddinson said. The game before that in Shield cricket I probably didnt get the runs I would have liked when I sort of felt in at times as well.So to be able to get 80 last week - I was still extremely disappointed to get out when and how I did in that innings, and to miss out in the second innings. But thats cricket, Ive moved on and I think the experiences that Ive gained from failing in pink-ball games has probably helped me I think in what I can prepare for this week. ' ' '

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