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Youll put up with a lot when all you have to do is win the AFC South. That assignment comes with a whole truckload of margin for error. You sign an unproven quarterback for $37 million guaranteed, and he throws 14 interceptions in your first 13 games? Not great, surely, but you feel like you can let him work it out. Win with defense, muddle along. All you need is nine wins anyway, right? Give the kid time to work out the bugs.Then you get to Week 15, and he throws two more interceptions right out of the gate, and youre losing to Jacksonville. Meanwhile in Kansas City, the team in your own division that was lucky enough to be picking No. 2 the year Marcus Mariota came out is going to upset the Chiefs, and youre looking at the very real possibility of being in second place on Christmas Eve. At that point, its too much. At that point, its Tom Savage time.This is the story of the 2016 Houston Texans, who by sundown Sunday had finally had enough of Brock Osweiler?-- contract be damned -- and will roll with Savage instead this week as they work to hold off the upstart Tennessee Titans. At this point in the NFL season, it cant matter what a guy is getting paid. If he hasnt shown he can play by now, he has to take a seat and let someone else show whether he can play.What happens from here with Osweiler is a complete unknown. Savage could flop and hand him back the job before the playoffs. Osweiler could have a monster offseason, get the starting job back next summer and run with it. Or he could never play another down for the Texans as long as he lives. There is no way to know how its going to go long term.But short term, its Savage, who, one Jaguars player told me Monday, sliced and diced us -- did a really great job of looking at the best matchups and just going with them. He gets Cincinnati this week and then, potentially, a division championship game against Tennessee in Week 17. Savage doesnt have to be a franchise savior or even a long-term answer. He just has to keep from throwing the ball to the other team for the next month or so, and then he and the Texans will figure out where to go from there.Its the time of year when coaches cant worry about feelings or pride or what the plan was back in August. Its time to ask yourself, What gives us the best chance to win this game right here?so we can make it to next week?In Houston in December 2016, that means its Tom Savage time.Heres what else we learned in Week 15:Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott arent a flukeThe Dallas Cowboys star rookies bounced back from their tough division loss to the Giants with a stunner of a performance Sunday night. Prescott was 32-for-36 passing. Elliott rushed for 159 yards, puncturing a Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense that came in as hot as any in the league. Dallas playcallers need to keep it boring -- enough with the third-down reverses and trick plays. If they stick with their bread-and-butter and run Elliott behind that monster offensive line, theirs is a formula that travels in January. The rookies are clearly the kinds of competitors you want on your side in the biggest games.Neither is the Giants defenseThe New York Giants gave defensive tackle Damon Harrison $9.25 million a year, even though he comes off the field on third down. The reason for that is -- because of what Harrison does on first and second downs -- the opponent has a lot longer to go on third down than it used to when it played the Giants. The Giants could have a hiccup in a short week if injured cornerback Janoris Jenkins cant answer the bell Thursday in Philadelphia, but the fact that they could insert Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie in his place Sunday and Rodgers-Cromartie wasnt pouting about his reduced role says a lot about whats going on in East Rutherford right now. Their offense isnt where it needs to be, but the defense believes it can win games.The Broncos lucked out on Osweiler, but all is not well at Mile HighFirst of all, the praise Denver Broncos general manager John Elway gets for letting Osweiler leave in free agency is a bit overstated. Elway wanted Osweiler back somewhat badly. He was willing to pay good money to keep Osweiler. He got outbid by Houston. And while Trevor Siemian doesnt appear to be the problem in Denver, whatever the Plan B ended up being on offense this season hasnt worked. The Broncos offensive line cant protect Siemian. Their receivers drop too many passes. At a must-win time of year, the Broncos have lost two straight by the uninspiring combined score of 29-13. They are on the outside of the AFC playoff field looking in, and they probably have to win this week in Kansas City and next week at home against Oakland if they want a chance to get back in and defend their Super Bowl title. Good luck with that.You cant fire Mike McCarthy if youre the PackersThe best coaches are problem-solvers, the ones skilled at identifying problems and devoting themselves to creative solutions. McCarthy ran out of running backs, so he made one out of wide receiver Ty Montgomery, who had 162 rushing yards in the teams white-knuckle victory over the Bears on Sunday. It has been four weeks since certified wizard Aaron Rodgers said that thing about running the table, and the Green Bay Packers are 4-0. One more win sets up a division title game against Detroit in Week 17. I get that the standards are high in Green Bay, where the Packers have made the playoffs seven years in a row. But considering the Packers rebound from their midseason swoon, its hard to buy McCarthy as a coach whose time is up.The two open head-coaching jobs come with big quarterback questionsNo one who isnt enamored with Jared Goff is going to take the Los Angeles Rams head-coaching job,?and no one who isnt enamored with Blake Bortles is going to take the Jacksonville Jaguars job. That sounds obvious, but Bortles 2016 performance is a perfect illustration of how the quarterback position can do you in if it isnt right. Both players look like major projects right now, after Bortles took a big step backward this season, and the franchises in question need to keep the care and development of their young quarterbacks front of mind when deciding on their next coaches. Womens Nike Air Vapormax .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. 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The former Australia allrounder is imparting wisdom gained during his experiences coaching Sri Lanka, as well as in the IPL with 2016 champions Sunrisers Hyderabad, about the challenges of bringing together different sets of characters and how it has moulded some of his philosophies. For most of the coaches in the room, the insights are a rare glimpse into the inner workings of professional team structures. One stands out, though, both for his stature as a player and for his seeming determination to fit in and be one of the guys.In the coaching area, all the knowledge that you gain over the years playing international cricket, its good to pass that on to the younger fellas, says Shivnarine Chanderpaul, who has been a decade-long Florida resident in the greater Orlando area. The 42-year-old may still be churning out runs in the West Indies domestic scene, but international retirement has got him thinking about another career path.Since Ive been living out here for over ten years now, Im trying to get involved in cricket out here and help out as much as I can, Chanderpaul says. I think in the US its a good place where the young fellas need someone like me with the knowledge and experience Ive gained over the years to help them out with cricket.Chanderpaul sits down to have his lunch among a group of five other local coaches, finding out about their experiences. The next day he sits with the whole group in the Central Broward Regional Park east grandstand in basic chairback seats - rather than sneaking off to the cordoned-off VIP marquee tent - to take in a Caribbean Premier League match with his fellow coaches.As much as he is immersing himself in the seminar experience with an eye on a future coaching vocation, part of him still believes he shouldnt be in Florida at all but rather back in the West Indies. Instead, and from afar, he watched the Test side get humbled inside four days by India in Antigua.Chanderpauls last appearance came in May 2015, against England, where he made a nine-ball duck. He was dropped ahead of the home Test series against Australia, drawing curtains on a poor run of form that saw him make 183 runs at 16.63 in the 11 innings that followed his 30th and final Test century the previous September at home against Bangladesh. He finished 86 runs short of Brian Laras mark for most Test runs made for West Indies. But he remains defiant that his axing was premature. Regardless of any records at stake, if he had his way, hed still be playing for West Indies today at age 42 had he not been pushed out the door.I just finished the first-class season, my average was close to 50, it was 49 point something [49.83], says Chanderpaul, who played five games - sandwiched between a February stint in the UAE at the Masters Champions League - helping Guyana defend their first-class title in the WICB Professional Cricket League. I had a torn calf and batted with it in the last innings to save the match [against Leeward Islands]. I batted at No. 10.Alzarri [Joseph] was [bowling] under the lights. It was overcast all day. The lights came on, it was dark and were batting after six under the lights. The shadows were all around and I pointed it out to the umpires. They say theyre not gonna call off the game, they wanted the overs to finish. He was bowling all kinds of short balls and I was thumping it all over the park.I still think I have a lot to offer, I had a lot to offer them. My average proved that. But mind you, the selectors have already moved on.So they have, and the way Chanderpauls exit was handled was less than ideal. Six months after his formal retirement announcement - more a concession that he would not be recalled than a willing departure - the manner of his leaving still clearly rankles. For Chanderpaul, it comes down to the lack of gratitude and respect he feels he was due for all the he gave West Indies cricket over the years, though he realises hes not alone in receiving an undignified farewell.I dont think [the selectors] handled it properly, Chanderpaul says. It was not the way they should have done something. They should have done it better. This is something that happened way back in the past, when I started my career with some of the senior players, maybe like [Courtney] Walsh and other guys, Desmond Haynes. These are things that happened to those guys and it was not handled properly.At this day and age, you expected it to be better but it was not and I ended up getting the same treatment in the back end of it, where you are totally disrespected and you were not treated right, and youve given so many years of service to the Caribbean and theres nobody there to properly honour you and send you off properly, maybe like what Sachin [Tendulkar] got in India or some of the other players Ive seen got a proper send-off. It was nothing like that. It hurt in the end because youve done so much for the West Indies.Youve put in so many years. A lot of times youve been injured and you still go out and play. A lot of times I went back home to Guyana injured from tours that Ive been on for West Indies and go back home and play, and you give so much service for your country and to West Indies and on the back end you were not properly honoured for it.For all the frustration that lies just underneath the surface, Chanderpaul sounds somewhat at peace when talking about life after West Indies.dddddddddddd On the one hand, he says that playing nowadays has been much more relaxing, not much stress anymore, almost as if the selectors really did do him a favour by taking the decision out of his hands. The dual challenge of taking on the worlds best bowlers while dragging along a weakened West Indies batting unit took its toll.Theres nothing much I can do about that now, he says of being dropped once and for all. You have to move on and put that in the past, put it behind me and just move on and just look ahead and see what there is to do now. Thats why Im here [attending the coaching seminar].Though he may not be doing it any more for West Indies, Chanderpaul still relishes the challenge of facing the regions best bowlers and gains satisfaction from being able to share his wisdom while acting as a player-coach of sorts out in the middle.I think thats one of the reasons why the [Guyana] chairman of selectors, Rayon Griffith, keeps me around the Guyana set-up, because he feels once Im there, I would help the younger batters, Chanderpaul says. A lot of times maybe its not technically - they might not need technical help but they might need help with the mindset and the way theyre thinking, and how to bat and how to go out and do certain things, and the way they think, sometimes that is what we need to clear up and help them with.I remember one instance, the last game I played with Guyana in Antigua, Alzarri Joseph was bowling, the wicket was green and Raymon Reifer came in to bat. Alzarri bowled him a few short balls and he was ducking. The wicket on the first day wasnt as quick as it was supposed to be and I said to him, Raymon, stop ducking and stand up and hit the ball. Then he listened to me and then he started to stand up and started hitting it, and he felt good about himself, that Im there to help him and Im telling him certain things he can do.Throughout his innings I was able to help him through and tell him certain areas and certain situations, This is what you do and that is how you think about the innings, that is how you play the ball, look out for this, look out for that. I keep talking to them and try to help them through the innings. Whoever comes to bat with me, Ive done the same thing.Another motivating force for him to keep playing is the opportunity to bat alongside his 20-year-old son, opening batsman Tagenarine, who Shivnarine refers to by his middle name Brandon. Father and son have been room-mates on tour in the domestic scene and it has allowed dad a sharper window on how his son is developing.He was talking to me about bowlers. This guys bowling very fast. I was listening and saying, Really? Was he bowling fast? I was pretending like I didnt know. I was listening to him. Shannon [Gabriel] was coming down fast. I said, Really? It didnt look so, but if you say so, Chanderpaul says laughing.I know Shannon was bowling fast. I just wanted to hear what he was saying. I just wanted to have a feel of how his innings was going, how he was pacing his innings, what he was thinking, what he was doing. Just the feel of everything by just listening to him, I didnt have to say much, just stand there listening to him talking about it. Then is when I can help him and tell him what to expect, what to do and not to do. Chanderpaul is also encouraged by other young talent in Guyanas PCL title-winning side, such as Shimron Hetmyer. The captain of the victorious West Indies side at the 2016 Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh scored his maiden first-class hundred this year for Guyana in the title-clinching victory over Jamaica, and though Hetmyers opportunities in the CPL were limited - he played just one match for Guyana Amazon Warriors - Chanderpaul doesnt hold back his praise for the emerging batsman.In the Under-19 tournament he didnt score much in the beginning, but in the back end he was always getting runs, chipping in at times when the team needed some scores, but hes a very good player. In the last first-class game in Guyana, he scored a hundred against Jamaica and we won that game. I was injured the game before that one, so I did not play, but we won that game and were able to win the competition. Hes a very good young talent and hes pretty much got shots all over the park.Chanderpaul says he wants to play at least one more first-class season for Guyana, shepherding the younger players along, and then sit back to decide if the itch to get into coaching needs to be scratched. Until then, though, his main itch continues to be for scoring runs, whether its for Guyana or just a casual game of club cricket in Sarasota, Florida.You have to actually put in the work if you want to get better. If you want to be one of the top players around the world, you have to put in the extra work in different areas you can improve in and get better. I spent hours and hours and hours in the nets, batting and batting and batting trying to work on my skills.I just came over and played two games in Sarasota because I play for Sarasota Cricket Club. I go down there and play two games over the weekend. Yes, its a friendly game, but I still take them seriously. I had gone and made 160 and 140. 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