NFL fines Aaron Donald $21,000 for Week 1 outburst

It has not been a banner start to the season for the Los Angeles Rams. The NFL is fining defensive tackle Aaron Donald $21,000 for his temper tantrum in the fourth quarter of the Ram’s 28-0 loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football last week.

According to Manti Te’o Jersey ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Gronkowski will miss Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins. The tight end originally suffered the injury in a scrimmage against the Chicago Bears Aug. 15.

Though the Patriots were able to defeat the Cardinals without Gronkowski, his value to the team goes without saying. For the second consecutive contest, Jimmy Garoppolo will be forced to work with an undermanned offense. Tackle Sebastian Vollmer and running back Dion Lewis were placed on the PUP list prior to the start of the season.

The Patriots’ injury Matt Slauson Jersey woes will stretch to the defensive side of the ball this week as well. Linebacker Dont’a Hightower, who’s developed into one of the leaders on defense, is doubtful with a knee injury.

Throughout the Bill Belichick era, the Patriots have largely been able to withstand injuries and win games while stretching the edges of their depth chart. But with Garoppolo under center instead of Tom Brady for the first four weeks of the season, the challenge this season is more daunting.

In addition to the Patriots, a number of other teams are dealing with injuries to star players heading into Sunday’s action. Many are electing to pay through the pain, which is always a risky endeavor –– especially this early in the season.

It’s just a series of increasingly racist comments

Thank God for Stubhub. Fake Fake: I’m from Toronto. Buffalo hates us, and – well, to be honest, we really ‘t care. The truth is, they depend on us to fill their stadiums and arenas to root for their teams and drink their wonderfully affordable American beer. We know it. They know it. Go to any Sabres game when they’re playing the Toronto Maple Leafs and you’ll – it’s always a home game for Toronto. And they Carlos Boozer Jersey get all uptight about this fact. And we laugh, and laugh. And then we drive home to Toronto because why the hell would anyone live Buffalo.Can’t you just post our record for the last 14 years and save your time? : They have the lowest average ticket price the entire league, yet the supposedly rabid fan base can’t be bothered to show up.Buffalo, everything is named after, unremarkable, corrupt president whose only connection to the city is that he was assassinated there.

How fitting. The only president with any true connection to the city is Fillmore, who served three years after died. He was the last Whig and had no vice president. Behind the times and unprepared for disaster. Again, how fitting. We D’Angelo Russell Jersey have not had a good QB since. Our most famous all-time player is a sociopathic murderer. People still talk about winning AFL championships the 1960s, as if that somehow dulls the pain of never winning a Super Bowl. We have two good running backs, of course we are pissing them both off that they leave as soon as they can. We signed to a 4 billion dollar contract, and the most notable thing he did was threaten to kill himself when his gold digging fiancee dumped him, then sue her to get his ring back.You are stepping over rivers of urine as you walk anywhere the building. Andrew: Have you seen lately? It looks like there’s a very tiny black hole just behind his nose that is slowly sucking his face inward. Adam: You know those Conference Champions shirts that teams sell for exactly 10 days after they qualify for the Super Bowl but before they play it? You always wonder, Who the hell would buy that? After all, they’re totally useless after the Super Bowl – you either have nothing to celebrate or a more braggadocious shirt to buy. Bills fans wear those shirts to this day, unironically.The Bills suck because they hired a mildly successful coach from a college known for its basketball team and it’s a HUGE improvement. The Bills fanbase is 95% unbearable. Have you ever visited a Buffalo Bills message board or the team Facebook page?

It’s just a series of increasingly racist comments. Starting with subtle racists longing for the days of some obscure white player from the 60’s, and making its way to overt racists calling a gang member for wearing a baseball hat backwards.Wash the sheets all you want, but if you get out your black light you can still Nix’s DNA all over the organization. Justin: While spending the past nine years central southwest, I had the pleasure of watching EJ bumblefuck his way through several seasons at State and somehow manage to not up badly enough for the Seminoles to lose too often. Everything about the kid screamed fourth-round draft pick until good ol’ boy Nix showed up to the draft.dies fast Buffalo – almost instantly. Terry: The worst part about life is being a Bills fan. Fuck Gailey.The Bills playoff drought has now seen three popes. Adam: Probably nothing sums up the entire Bills experience better than a conversation I had once a San Francisco hotel elevator. A husband and wife walked with me, wearing full 49ers gear. They asked where I was visiting from, and I said Buffalo. The husband immediately looked at me and said, I’m sorry. This was 2009, when the 49ers were still one of the shittiest teams football too.The third preseason game is the most important. to recap ours, we lost 30, our best player’s step-grandfather went on a murder spree, and we’re working out Leinart and Beck. The sad thing is, expression didn’t change when I heard about any of this. You come to expect these things when you’re closing on two decades since your last playoff victory and there’s a decent chance team officials are employing a type scheme concerning the owner.Fuck Nix, Crypt Keeper wannabe, and the whole city of Buffalo. I Time Warner never brings back I ‘t have to watch favorite team get slaughtered by the end of the 1st quarter every week. Kyle: It’s the running our team- : a marketing genius with no football knowledge whatsoever. He previously served as the team’s general manager, which again, is extremely troubling considering he knows absolutely nothing about football. He’s a former college baseball player who initially worked the front office for the Marlins, which kind of makes sense. Now he’s the President and Chief Executive Officer of NFL team. How the did this happen? Seamus: Hating on Buffalo is like on a with terminal bladder cancer who also survived the Rwandan genocide as a kid. There is nothing Buffalo except very cold, obese people scrounging for the meager scraps of a -depleted industrial past. Nolan: The date was October 11th, 2009. completes 2 for 23 yards with a pick.

Every is sweet its own way

Menu The New Knicks look for their fifth consecutive victory over the Magic Wednesday night when the two teams collide at Madison Square Garden. The Knicks have won both games this season between the two and both were. New has won two of its last three, including a 106 home victory over the Atlanta Hawks on. exploded for 42 points on 15-for-28 shooting and 9-for-12 from 3-point range. J.R. Smith and Amare Stoudemire both netted 18 points off the bench. ‘s nine triples tied a franchise record and the Knicks shot 59 percent from Rick Nash Jersey beyond the arc. He matched John Starks, Latrell Sprewell — who did it twice — and. He’s playing unbelievably high right now, Knicks center Tyson Chandler said of. It seemed every time he put it up it was going. He kind of put the team on his back. has scored at least 20 points 29 straight games, which is tied for the longest stretch franchise history. Chandler, who join as an Eastern Conference All Star next month, only had two points and three rebounds against the Hawks, who shot 60 percent from the field on. The Magic have lost six a row and only managed 77 points against the Brooklyn Nets on Monday. Nikola Vucevic led the Magic with 18 points and nine rebounds, while Moe Harkless, recently inserted into the starting lineup, posted a career-high 16 points. scored 15. One night after going off for 31 points thanks to eight made 3-pointers, J.J. Redick only had five points against the Nets on 2-for-13 shooting. Jameer Rod Gilbert Jersey only managed nine points. During the Magic’s six-game slide, has allowed 103 ppg. If you want something to change you’ve got to make a change, said. We can’t wish and pray that a team won’t make shots; we have to make them miss shots. We can’t worry and pray that the ball go ; we have to put the ball the hole. Harkless started place of Arron Afflalo, who missed the Nets’ game with a strained left calf. Afflalo is listed as day-to-day. This is the Knicks second of a five-game homestand, while is on the second of a five-game road swing. The Magic’s last victory against the Knicks came at MSG on Jan. 16 of last year.

PITTSBURGH — As it turned out, the team many doubted would have the right stuff to succeed the new NHL had the perfect blend of Europeans and North Americans, of experience and youth, of skill and grit. It was a winning combination, a championship formula. The Detroit Red, hockey’s most successful franchise for more than a dozen years, are back on top after winning their fourth Cup championship the past 11 seasons with a 3 victory Wednesday over the Pittsburgh Penguins Game 6 of the finals at Mellon Arena. This club completed a successful transition from of Red hockey dominated by Yzerman, Shanahan and Sergei Fedorov to one that now is led by Henrik Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk, two of the best all-around players the league. The main link between those eras, Nicklas Lidstrom, became the first European captain of a Cup winner. Zetterberg won his first Cup and became the second European player to capture the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP. The Red won championships when they could spend freely, and now they’ve won with payroll limitations.

Every is sweet its own way, this one is sweet because we’re a salary-cap world and people thought three years ago our organization was going to go on a downturn, General Manager Ken Holland said. This validates the program. It is the Red ‘ first title since 2002 and the 11th franchise history. And they did it with more Europeans than any previous Cup-winning club. We don’t look at passports, we like skill, we like them to play hard, Holland said. Babcock makes them organized, he pushes them. It’s a global game, said Babcock, who won his first Cup his fifth as NHL coach. are phenomenal players, they’ve won the Olympics, the World Championships, other things. Why wouldn’t they win this? We have some of the best players the world, some of the most competitive, and it showed tonight.

With the Nuggets up nine, and threatening to pull away the fourth quarter

With the Nuggets up nine, and threatening to pull away the fourth quarter, Will Bynum did everything he could to keep the Detroit Pistons the game. It started with a pass. Bynum got picked up by Harrington Anthony Collins Jersey on a defensive switch, and was easily able to dribble into the lane past the larger, slower defender. As two other Nugget players converged to stop Bynum’s penetration, he dumped the ball off to Daye cutting along the baseline for easy layup. That was about all the passing Bynum could be bothered with as he put on a scoring clinic the rest of the quarter, using his quickness to either get to the hoop or create separation for a step-back, mid-range jumper. It didn’t matter who the Nuggets assigned to contain Bynum, and they tried just about everyone, he simply couldn’t be stopped. The Pistons managed to trim the Nuggets’ lead to one with six minutes remaining, but were never able to take control.

Bynum continued to pour the points, finishing the final quarter with 17 on 8 shooting, but it was the former Pistons Austin Seferian-Jenkins Jersey point guard Chauncey Billups who slammed the door on Detroit’s rally. Billups, largely defended by Bynum, went on a fourth-quarter scoring binge of his own. the final five minutes of the game, Billups scored 14 points, including four three-pointers, living up the to the Mr. Big Shot nickname he earned hitting dozens of clutch shots on the Palace court. Bynum’s defensive woes were unfortunate, but somewhat expected. To be fair, he’s at a major size disadvantage trying to Billups, and it was clear that carrying the scoring load drained a significant portion of his energy. can’t capitalize on big opportunity When Stuckey went down with a shoulder injury late the first quarter, and Hamilton at home with the flu, found himself line for expanded role.

Yet, when the Pistons needed someone to step up on the offensive end, was only able to provide a brief spark before fizzling out. During a three-possession stretch the third quarter aggressively attacked off the dribble – knocking down a pull-up jumper from the free-throw line and drawing a pair of shooting fouls at the rim. It appeared he was ready to take over the game. Instead, he closed out the quarter missing two wide-open threes and giving up a steal that resulted a fast-break layup on the other end. After drawing a somewhat questionable offensive foul on the first possession of the fourth quarter, gave up a big to J.R. Smith after failing to get around off-the-ball screen. Kuester pulled shortly after, ending his night with more than nine minutes left the game. ‘s final numbers were pretty disappointing. He finished with 15 points on 4 shooting, one assist and three turnovers.

It should be noted, did perform admirably on the defensive end. Despite the aforementioned Smith, played aggressive, harassing defense on Billups and Smith during the second and third quarters, limiting the effectiveness of both players. played tough Coming into Wednesday’s contest with the Pistons, had been playing his best basketball over a month. Over ‘s last four, he had posted 29-point and seven-rebound averages. Against Detroit, he finished with 18 points after being held to 5 from the floor. managed to fill up other areas of the stat sheet, grabbing 10 rebounds and dishing out seven assists, but he was also coerced into five turnovers. Tayshaun deserves most of the credit for ‘s struggles, doing excellent job preventing him from establishing position on the low block, staying front of him when he faced the basket and forcing him to regularly settle for mid-range jump shots. It certainly didn’t hurt that the two times beat of the dribble the first quarter he blew the layup attempts.

The NFL’s appointed investigator

Could win another four Super Bowls and still you would find some fans willing to argue that Cool’s perfect record title Cary Williams Jersey was more impressive, or that the New England player never threw passes as pretty as Marino’s. But won a good people round to his position on , this writer included. Besides the fact of winning four titles, he now owns three Super Bowl MVP awards – a figure matched only by Montana. His 13 career touchdowns Super Bowls are two more than his idol mustered. total he broke, matched or improved upon nine separate championship game records on night.

More compelling than any of those numbers, though, was the absolute assurance he demonstrated during New England’s final, game-winning drive. To complete eight of eight passes against the best defense of a generation was the stuff that legends are made of.

Or ‘s case, embellished with. It’s not like he was short of miraculous comebacks his career before now. We needed to this from because it had been Cassius Marsh Jersey since he last did it a Super Bowl. The decade- wait after his third title was beginning to diminish the notion of him as a clutch performer. He had won the first 10 playoff of his professional career, but was only 9 the postseason since 2005. For a team that had won nine divisional titles over the same spell, that was underwhelming return. It also played into the hands of those who believed that the Patriots’ successes had been built on underhand strategies. , they noted, had won no titles since New England were caught and punished for videotaping the New York Jets’ defensive coaches’ signals during a game 2007. There is still potential for this year’s success to be tarnished by the ball deflation scandal.
The NFL’s appointed investigator, Wells, advised before ‘s game that it would be weeks before he was ready to deliver a verdict. Rice and are among the prominent commentators to argue that any New England Super Bowl win this year would need to have asterisk placed next to it. A more level-headed take says that we should wait for the results of Wells’s investigation before passing judgement one way or another.

Because you wanted it: Tim Tebow chimes in on Colin Kaepernick

All we need for the Colin Kaepernick story is for Johnny Manziel to be somehow involved, and we’d have the greatest viral NFL story ever.

Tim Tebow, former NFL player, was asked about Kaepernick’s national-anthem protest. There’s not a ton of connection between the two, other than people loving to read about and talk about both of them.

And Tebow sounds like he believes in what Kaepernick is kneeling for, but doesn’t agree with the kneeling part of it.

Bradford played well from the first drive on. On the Vikings’ first third-and-long, he hit Adam Thielen on a very nice timing throw. Against the Packers’ press man coverage Bradford delivered a nice back-shoulder throw for the first down.

The Packers didn’t do a lot to disguise their defenses or have late movement with the secondary or linebackers. It was not difficult for Bradford to identify where he wanted to go with the ball. He had clean, well-defined throws and he has the arm strength to make tough throws, and made some to the sideline against Green Bay.

Bradford also had to make tough throws because he rarely had a clean pocket. This is a great example. On a third-and-4, Thielen ran a short route and tight end Kyle Rudolph ran a deeper corner route against the Packers’ Cover 2 zone. And Bradford made an unbelievable throw with Packers lineman Mike Daniels driving right guard Brandon Fusco back into his lap. It was an 8-yard touchdown.

The Eagles made the surprising move to trade Sam Bradford to the Minnesota Vikings about a week before the season and roll with Wentz, even though he had about one half of preseason experience before he suffered a rib injury. That move looks brilliant now. The Eagles banked a 2017 first-round pick in the Bradford trade and seem to have a future star at quarterback. The second overall pick looks nothing like a rookie.

Tyrell Williams: With Woodhead joining Keenan Allen on the shelf for the rest of the season, Travis Benjamin and Williams are two other Chargers who’ve seen their values get a major boost. Williams is 6-4, 205 with 4.43 speed, and he’s going to be given a major opportunity given the sudden lack of alternatives in San Diego’s passing tree (Antonio Gates is also injury prone and looks every bit his age of 36 years old). Benjamin should be treated as a WR2, and the impressive Williams looks like a WR3 at minimum.

DC Vic Fangio disappointed camp didn’t go better for Leonard Floyd

LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Four days before the season opener, Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio offered a blunt assessment of first-round draft pick Leonard Floyd.

“Overall his camp was kind of choppy,” Fangio said of the outside linebacker Wednesday. “First, early on, he had an illness that kept him out a couple days. Then he came back. Then he dinged his shoulder a little bit. It kept him out a couple days. Then he tweaked the hamstring, which kept him out.

“So I think the best word has been choppy and inconsistent, more from an availability standpoint to where he could have [had] a large chunk of good, learning practices in a week playing in a preseason game.”

“The only reason you take him in and out [of games], is one, like I said, because of those things I mentioned in training camp. I don’t think he’s in the greatest condition right now,” Fangio said. “And I think for a young guy like himself, playing 60 to 70 plays in an NFL game, he’s going to find it vastly different than the 80 plays he might have played in college. OK? He’s up against men now. And he’s found that out quickly.

“Some ways it’s not a bad way to break in. When we had Aldon Smith [whom Fangio coached in San Francisco] in his rookie year he only played about 50-some percent of the time. He was in and out, too.

“[Floyd] is athletic. He can run. I think he’s got good instincts. He just has to learn what to do and how to do it more consistently.”

Whenever Beckham takes the field, all eyes are on the electric receiver. He’s eccentric, flashy and talented. He makes one-handed grabs, plans elaborate touchdown dances and holds an extended, one-handed catch session during warm-ups.

Does it make him a villain?

“I don’t know. You tell me,” Beckham said. “Could be that way, couldn’t be that way, I don’t know. I’m more focused on this year and accomplishing the goals that we have set out — winning games.”

Opposing players, particularly Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman, have cited Beckham’s whining and constant complaining as reasons why there is dislike for him.

Cornerback Chris Culliver, now with the Miami Dolphins, called Beckham “the most complaining person I’ve went against.” Stephon Gilmore of the Buffalo Bills called him a prima donna.

But Beckham thinks differently in regards to why those perceptions exist.

“Because of this,” he said, flashing a grin from ear to ear. “I don’t know. I have fun. I’m myself at all times and I don’t think it’s necessarily liked all the time, unless you’re on my side. I can’t really control that. Like I said, I can’t control who likes, doesn’t like me. It’s football at this point.”

Beckham does have his backers. He’s popular in the locker room and is developing into a respected leader among his Giants teammates. He has also built a stable of NFL friends, including Miami’s Jarvis Landry, Cincinnati’s Jeremy Hill, Arizona’s Patrick Peterson and Tyrann Mathieu, Dallas cornerback Morris Claiborne, Pittsburgh’s Antonio Brown, Minnesota’s Teddy Bridgewater and seemingly anyone else with LSU ties.

Ravens’ John Harbaugh defends Colin Kaepernick’s right to protest anthem

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday that he respects Colin Kaepernick’s right to protest the national anthem and cited a French Enlightenment philosopher in doing so.

The rules are simple: Stay under the $155,270,000 cap, and no rookies. Otherwise, it’s my job to put together a well-balanced, versatile team, with depth at each position and players who complement each other. All while navigating prohibitive contract extensions to players I’d otherwise like to include — such as Tyrod Taylor, Darius Slay and Tyrann Mathieu, all of whom signed big deals this offseason.

There are, of course, hundreds of great players in the NFL and thousands of ways to craft this team. But I am certain that even the 1972 Miami Dolphins would agree that this year’s team, with everyone from Tom Brady to DeAndre Hopkins to J.J. Watt, would challenge their undefeated season.

Caldwell has repeatedly deflected questions about Ebron’s status.

Ebron, though, has missed a chunk of preseason time. He said that when he suffered the injury during the Lions’ mock game at Ford Field, he thought, “My life sucks,” because he didn’t know what to expect. He said he wasn’t sure of the severity of the injury and admitted he thought his season might have ended before it started.

“Did I have that in mind? I was afraid,” Ebron said. “I was afraid for the worst and just hoped for the best. I mean, easily, by far, that’s what I did. Whatever happened, happened, and I’m just taking it as slowly as I possibly can to make sure that I’m back to what we were seeing that day, because if I don’t get back there, then it’s not going to be a good season for myself.”

When Ebron does return, he will be the team’s top tight end after he caught 47 passes for 537 yards and five touchdowns last season. He’s at the top of the depth chart of a thin tight end group. Brandon Pettigrew is still on the physically unable to perform list recovering from an ACL injury. Timothy Wright is on injured reserve with an ACL injury. The Lions cut veteran Matthew Mulligan on Monday, and that leaves Orson Charles, Adam Fuehne, Cole Wick and Andrew Quarless — who will miss the first two games of the season due to suspension — as Detroit’s tight ends.

When Ebron got hurt, he leaned on his mother, Gina Jackson, for guidance. She helped him through it and actually reached out to him before he could get in touch with her. He said his phone wasn’t going crazy initially, but as more people heard what happened, they started to reach out.

Packers WR Jordy Nelson calls his return ‘hardly even a practice’

GREEN BAY, Wis. — The closest thing Jordy Nelson did to real football during his first practice in 364 days came at the end of the session, when he ran some half-speed routes while fellow receivers Randall Cobb and Davante Adams acted as cornerbacks during a jog-through.

Last week, Nelson actually warmed up in full pads before the preseason game against the Oakland Raiders on Thursday, one day after he was activated off the PUP list.

“Obviously, we’re progressing,” Nelson said. “Obviously, we’re going to see how the body reacts; that’s how it is every time you do something, but it felt good out there. I don’t know what the plan is for this weekend or next — if it’s going to be similar to what we did last week or if it’ll be more. It’s still in debate. It’s a fluid situation of how everything reacts and how we feel.

“I mean, today felt great, so I’m sure tomorrow we’ll do a little bit more. We’ll see what the practice schedule looks like. Obviously, we’ll eventually build into team periods. We should get plenty of that by the time Jacksonville comes around. We’ll see what we do this week, but I assume, just based off normal progression, that next week we’ll probably get into some competitive periods. And then Jacksonville, I don’t have any reason to think it won’t be a normal week of preparation.”

In the two-man concept, the slot receiver (in this case, Doug Baldwin) takes his route to the flat. The outside receiver (Jermaine Kearse) runs a snag route. It’s like a slant, but instead of continuing into the middle of the field, Kearse turns and faces the quarterback.

That probably isn’t the most sustainable way forward for the Vikings’ offense, not when they want their 23-year-old passer to take charge of the offense. Peterson knows it, too, and when he has a quarterback he believes could lead the Vikings to their long-sought Super Bowl berth, the 31-year-old running back is trying to adapt.

“I know it’s going to help us out in the long run, accomplishing what we want to accomplish, being able to present different looks to the defense,” Peterson said. “That’s what I’m really excited about.”

A surprise player who impressed: Although it might sound strange, expectations were not high for former Pro Bowl defensive end Cameron Wake making his 2016 debut. He is coming off a season-ending Achilles injury and just working the rust off. However, Wake showed an effective bull rush on his first play to get a hit on Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan. He played only a few snaps but it was a good step before the regular season.

When it was starters vs. starters, the Dolphins looked …: Competitive. The third preseason game had a regular-season feel and intensity in the first half and both sides were about even. Each starting quarterback threw an interception to the defense, but both offenses were able to move the ball. The Dolphins led 7-3 at halftime.

One reason to be concerned: A developing story on offense is the growing number of drops from starting tight end Jordan Cameron. The former Pro Bowler is leaving plays on the field at an alarming rate in preseason games and practices. Cameron had two additional drops against the Falcons, and there was one instance when Tannehill saw Cameron open but opted not to throw him the ball. Cameron didn’t have a propensity for drops last season, so it’s possible this is in his head. It is definitely something that must be addressed before the regular season.

Which QBs are being taken too high, too low in fantasy drafts?

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles broke out as a reliable, high-scoring fantasy weapon last season, doing so in his second NFL campaign and with modest preseason expectations. Sure, Bortles figured to improve from his underwhelming rookie statistics, but few were expecting him to end up among the top five of all fantasy quarterbacks. That was a major breakout and fantasy owners sure are interested in who is next to do the same. Well, that’s why we’re here, to not only tell you whom to avoid, but whom to expect big things from.

For their part, the Vikings know the first games at their new home won’t come without some headaches, and they’re urging fans to be patient and sensible during the first games at the stadium. Once fans are within range of the stadium’s wi-fi network on Sundays, they can get push notifications on their phones from the Vikings’ app about gates with shorter wait times, as well as help finding concessions and merchandise. The team is also introducing a sports bar outside the stadium, called the Longhouse, which will be open 2 1/2 hours before and two hours after games. A game ticket is not required for admission. That, the Vikings hope, will give fans another option should they choose to arrive outside of peak travel times. It’s probably best to remember, though, that while it opens for football this weekend, U.S. Bank Stadium will go through its share of modifications in the next year or two as it becomes evident what works best for fans.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady might be having trouble getting on the field, but he’s having no problem selling products.

On Monday, Brady launched a line of snacks — 12 1.4-ounce packages of organic fruit and nut combinations sold in a box — for $50.

Who knows how many the folks at TB12 made, but by Tuesday afternoon, they had already sold out.

This is familiar territory for Brady, whose site put out a nutrition manual, which has 89 of the quarterback’s favorite recipes — one is sweet potato gnocchi with escarole — for $200.

Despite fans grilling the price, the manual sold out in days and is on backorder for next month.

Pete Carroll praises Macklemore for picking Air Monarchs over “Chef Curry” shoes

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has become an unofficial spokesman for Nike’s Air Monarch IV shoes over the years, refusing to switch up his footwear despite numerous attempts from his players and equipment staff.