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Nov 16, 2012 10:07pm
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MONTREAL Montreal Alouettes linebacker Shea Emry doesnt mind having only four
days off before Friday nights game against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in
Montreal. J.J. Watt Womens Jersey . The short
turnaround will help him forget the teams 38-10 season-opening loss in Calgary
on Canada Day. Last week there were too many mental errors, the Vancouver native
said. It wasnt the Alouette football weve been used to in the past. “Im just
glad its a short week so we get to move on faster. Watch the Alouettes and Blue
Bombers live on TSN, starting at 7pm et/4pm pt. Emry committed the games most
talked-about mistake in the second quarter when he was penalized for hitting
Stampeders quarterback Drew Tate while Tate was on the ground, giving the
Stampeders a first down on the Alouettes 17-yard line. Calgary quickly scored a
touchdown to open up an 18-point lead. The CFL fined Emry for the hit on
Wednesday. Emry declined to talk about the hit on Thursday, saying hes now
focused on stopping Winnipeg quarterback Buck Pierce on Friday (TSN, 7 p.m. ET).
It gives me a chance to redeem myself, within the rules, Emry said, adding that
hes put last weeks mistake behind him. “This week its Buck Pierce, who makes a
lot of plays with his legs. He can get out of a lot of difficult situations. Its
just for us to make sure we contain him and make some plays on the ball. The
Blue Bombers dropped their season opener 33-16 to the B.C. Lions in a Grey Cup
rematch in Vancouver on June 29. Pierce left that game with a leg injury in the
second quarter after completing only three of nine passes for 11 yards. Although
backup Alex Brink went 12-for-26 for 121 yards and two touchdowns in relief,
Pierce is still slated to start against Montreal. Its unclear whether the
oft-injured Pierce will last the whole game, so Emry said the Alouettes are
ready for either quarterback. Alex Brinks a great quarterback too, he said. Hes
made a lot of plays. “The main thing on our plate is making plays on those guys,
whoever is back there. There were also questions about Montreals soon-to-be
40-year-old quarterback Anthony Calvillo after he was held to 16 completions for
174 yards and only one touchdown by Calgary. He also threw two interceptions,
after giving up only eight in all of 2011. The Alouettes defence was expected to
take time to gel after several off-season roster changes. But the offence,
almost entirely intact, also looked disjointed against Calgary. It will be
tested by Winnipegs aggressive defence, which played a key role in the Bombers
East Division title last season. The toughest thing at the start of the year is
that you have to deal with all their blitzes, said Calvillo. They dont try to
confuse you much. Theyre just very good at what they do. And they play a lot of
man-to-man. The Montreal defence tightened up in the second half against
Calgary, forcing three turnovers. The Alouettes hope to carry that momentum into
Friday night, but they will do it without defensive back Dwight Anderson, who
broke his finger in practice on Wednesday. Coach Marc Trestman said Anderson
will be out of action for a couple of weeks. Montreal was already missing
defensive end John Bowman and also lost rookie end Murrell Marques for two to
four weeks with a shoulder injury. The Bombers made an adjustment on offence,
replacing rookie centre Chris Kowalczuk with Justin Sorensen. The game will be
special for Alouettes safety Kyries Hebert, who played for Winnipeg in 2006 and
2007 before jumping to the NFLs Cincinnati Bengals. The 31-year-old spent 2010
in Hamilton but didnt play at all last season. Hebert still has some old friends
in Winnipeg, but said it will be all business against Pierce on Friday. I hope
for great health for Buck Pierce, said Hebert. But any chance I get for anyone
carrying the ball in blue and gold, theyre going to get hit. Thats our mentality
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toward another lopsided loss, Durant forced up a wild three-pointer early in the
third quarter. Coach P.J. Carlesimo, having seen enough, quickly yanked the
prized rookie out of the game. Just another rough moment in a difficult season
for the young Seattle squad, which lost its 10th straight game, 111-96 to the
Dallas Mavericks on Saturday night. “I took some bad shots,” said Durant, who
tied a season low with just six points. “I took a three-pointer, and the coach
told me to go to the basket. So I put it on myself that he took me out.” Dirk
Nowitzki scored 20 points and Devin Harris keyed a game-breaking run in the
second quarter for Dallas, which won for the eighth time in nine games. The
Mavericks led by nine after one quarter and held a double-digit lead most of the
game despite having not played since losing to Sacramento on Monday. “We came
out and played pretty well,” Mavericks forward Josh Howard said. “It was great
to get back to a game. But we had the chance to work on things to get ready in
case we make playoffs.” Making the post-season seems like a crazy dream right
now for the reeling Sonics. Seattles 10 losses in a row matches the
single-season franchise record. The Sonics (9-31) last dropped 10 in a row Dec.
12-29, 1968. The longest losing streak in Seattle history is 13 games. The
Sonics lost five in a row to end the 2006-2007 season, then dropped eight more
to start this season. It has been especially rocky the past three games, as the
Sonics have lost by a combined 70 points. “Nobody wants to accept losing,”
Seattles Earl Watson said. “But its real. And its not easy.” Howard scored 17
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trying to keep a body on him,” Mavericks coach Avery Johnson said. “The plan was
to play him physical and get in his space.” Seattle, which last won Dec. 29
against Minnesota, trailed 39-34 with 7:09 left in the first half before the
Mavericks used a 27-10 run to build a 22-point halftime lead. The Mavericks hit
15 of 24 shots in the first quarter as they jumped out to a 33-24 lead. Seattle
whittled the lead to five before Dallas seized control of the game. Harris drove
for consecutive layups to put Dallas on top 54-38 with 3:24 remaining in the
second quarter. Harris scored nine in the spurt and finished with 17 points. “In
the second quarter we were awful defensively.” Carlesimo said. “We dug ourselves
a big hole during that stretch.” Seattles struggles were epitomized in the final
sequence of the first half. With 2.7 seconds remaining, Brandon Bass hit a free
throw but missed his second attempt. Bass picked up the rebound and hit a
15-foot jumper that gave the Mavericks a 66-44 advantage. The Mavericks mostly
kept the lead over 20 points after halftime, though Seattle crept within 12 in
the final two minutes after Dallas had cleared the bench. Besides the long skid,
the Sonics have also lost nine straight road games and 12 in a row to the
Mavericks. Seattle last beat Dallas on Dec. 9, 2004. Notes: Stackhouse played
after missing Mondays game with a strained hamstring. .. Saturday nights game
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Columbus Blue Jackets and the Dallas Stars met earlier in the day. .. The Sonics
fell to 4-18 on the road. ’ ’ ’ 

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