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January 31, 2019
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The weather is getting cold and teams are starting to think playoffs. Were heading into the final stretch, when the most outstanding of the outstanding truly prove themselves in going above already lofty expectations to secure that playoff spot; that home field advantage; that division title. While the race for Most Outstanding Player will be won and lost over the next six weeks, we take a look at the candidates who have done enough to put themselves in the late season conversation with the TSN.ca MOP Watch. Through the first 13 weeks of the 2013 season, who is the frontrunner for the leagues top individual award? The Saskatchewan Roughriders had two top candidates in RB Kory Sheets and QB Darian Durant through the first half of the season, but both have since fallen back to the pack, coinciding with the Riders recent fall in the standings. Durants dimmed star has been due to some uneven play the past three weeks while Sheets has been injury related. Toronto Argonauts QB Ricky Ray is another candidate to lose ground to injury. Prior to his shoulder woes the veteran had a dazzling stat line of 15 touchdowns to zero interceptions and a nearly 80 percent completion rate. If Ray and backup Zach Collaros could share the award, it would all but be wrapped up. The young Collaros is making a case for himself as it is, most recently leading the Argos to a three-game road winning streak in Rays stead. All these injuries opened the door to players like Henry Burris, who leads the league in passing in Hamilton, and Jon Cornish, the league leader in average yards per carry with the Stampeders. Meanwhile Edmontons first-year starter Mike Reilly has put up the individual numbers to warrant MOP consideration but his teams win/loss record hampers his case. The Rouge asks: Through the first 13 weeks of the season, who is your pick for Most Outstanding Player? Youve heard what weve had to say, now its your turn. As always, its Your! Call. 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The terms were not disclosed. Air Jordan 3 Retro Outlet . - For a general manager who preaches building through the draft, Reggie McKenzie has struggled to find impact players his first two years in Oakland.SANDY, Utah -- Javier Morales scored on a penalty kick in the closing seconds of stoppage time to lift Real Salt Lake to a 2-2 draw with the Philadelphia Union on Wednesday night. Luis Gil also had a goal as Salt Lake (10-5-4) extended its unbeaten streak to 11 matches, including US Open Cup play, while outscored opponents 27-9. Conor Casey had a goal and an assist, and Sebastien Le Toux also scored for the Union (7-5-6), winless in six matches against Salt Lake. Morales earned a penalty kick after Raymon Gaddis was called for a handball. Morales bounced the ball off the right post and sent it inside the left post to seal Salt Lakes comeback. Philadelphia took a 1-0 lead on Le Touxs goal in the 13th minute. Casey pushed the ball down the right flank and sidestepped a sliding Carlos Salcedo near the end line to feed a cross into Le Toux in the goalmouth. Le Toux tapped the ball behind goalkeeper Josh Saunders as he dove forward for it. Salt Lake nearly tied things up in the 19th minute as Joao Plata crossed the ball from the right wing into Robbie Findley, who had great position inside the 6 yard box. Findley headed the ball forward just as Sheanon Williams knocked him off-balance.dddddddddddd It sent Findleys header on an angle that forced it just outside the right post. Gil came off the bench and provided the breakthrough goal in the 75th minute, winning the ball on a corner kick from Morales and heading it home to tie the score. Philadelphia regained the lead a minute later when Antoine Hoppenot stripped the ball away from Nat Borchers on the right flank. He drew Saunders off the line with a challenge threat and fed a pass to a wide open Casey at the top of the box. 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