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    导出博客文章FARMINGDALE, N. Adidas Swift Run Pas Cher .Y. -- Patrick Reeds place in the Ryder Cup is looking better with each round at The Barclays, and so are his prospects of winning.Even with a careless finish Friday at Bethpage Black, Reed rode a fast start to a 3-under 68 and a two-shot lead over Emiliano Grillo and Rickie Fowler going into the weekend of the opening FedEx Cup playoff event.The Barclays is the final tournament for Americans to earn one of the eight automatic spots on the Ryder Cup team. Reed, who has gone 55 tournaments worldwide since his last victory, came into the week at No. 8.At the moment, thats no longer a concern.Really, Im going into this week trying to win a golf tournament, Reed said. If I take care of me and do what I need to do this week, then Ryder Cup will take care of itself. So Im not going into this week looking at it as, `Oh, I need to do this for the Ryder Cup. Im going in this to think, `All right, I need to go win a golf tournament.Reed was at 8-under 134.Fowler mostly likely needs third place alone to have any chance of qualifying for the Ryder Cup, and he has done his part. He played bogey-free in the sweltering heat, though still missing plenty of birdie chances. Par is never bad on the Black Course, however, and Fowler shot a 69.He has dropped only one shot all week, missing a 4-foot par putt Thursday that spun out of the back of the cup.Any time you can go bogey-free out here at this place, its good golf, Fowler said. Feel very good about my ball-striking and tee-to-green right now. See if we can get some more putts to go in.Grillo also had a 69, opening with a double bogey and finishing with a bogey.Ryan Moore (68) was three shots behind, while defending champion Jason Day (70) and Jordan Spieth (67) were four back.Day tied for the lead early in the round when he ran off four straight birdies on the easier front nine. But his tee shots got wild, he finished some swings with only one hand on the club, and he dropped four shots around the turn.Im really looking forward to the weekend, Day said. I feel like Im really close.Spieth missed the cut at The Barclays a year ago, and he started off Friday in that direction when his approach to the tough 10th buried in the lip of a deep bunker. Spieth had to play away from the green and made double bogey.And then he decided to start over. His caddie, Michael Greller, told him to forget the hole ever happened and try to get those two shots back before making the turn. He eventually did, and then a lot more.Spieth played shot 31 on the front nine, including a 6-iron that hopped out of the rough to 3 feet on the par-5 fourth hole for an eagle, and shot a 67 to get back into the mix. He still has a lot of ground to make up on Patrick Reed. Still, this round could have gotten away from him early.Resetting a goal there is really key for me to get my mind away from what happened and look forward, Spieth said. I know its such a tough golf course. Its rare when we play tournaments on courses this challenging. Normally theyre majors. But 4 under makes up a lot of ground.It moved Spieth up to a tie for fifth, which beats having the weekend off.Spieth is among the few who only have to think about the end of the FedEx Cup. He is No. 5 in the standings, and he already has clinched a spot on the Ryder Cup team.The top 100 in the FedEx Cup advance to the next playoff event outside Boston next week, and 13 players outside the top 100 were eliminated when they didnt advance to the weekend. As for the Ryder Cup, three players who missed the cut can no longer qualify -- Bill Haas, Kevin Na and Daniel Summerhays.Bethpage, host of the U.S. Open twice, showed how it can punish bad shots. Kevin Chappell one shot behind until he went bogey-double bogey-bogey to finish his round, posting a 72. Reed could have avoided his own sloppy finish. He three-putted from 30 feet on No. 16, bounced back with a 5-iron to 2 feet for birdie on the 17th, and then opted for driver on the closing hole.He was thinking 3-iron off the tee to play short of the bunkers. His caddie suggested driver for a shorter shot into the green, particularly because Reed had hit driver beautifully over the previous hour. This one went enough left to find a bunker, however, leading to another bogey. Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Acheter En Ligne .  Aside from the trilogy main event title fight, there are a number of intriguing matchups in the heavyweight, welterweight and lightweight divisions. Adidas Gazelle Bleu Moon/Blanche Femme . You can watch the game live on TSN at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt. The Flyers had won seven of eight before dropping their last two outings on consecutive days over the weekend. Philadelphia was handed a 6-3 loss by the visiting Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday afternoon before dropping a 4-1 decision to the Rangers the following night in New York City. http://www.swiftrunpascher.fr/achat-homme-adidas-nmd-cs2-noir-cq2373.html . The Masters champion and winner of last weeks Australian PGA has a three-round total of 14-under 199 at Royal Melbourne. "Im in a really good position for tomorrow," Scott said. IRVING, Texas -- Bill Callahan is replacing coach Jason Garrett as the play-caller for the Dallas Cowboys. So said owner Jerry Jones on Tuesday. Even Callahan himself confirmed it. All of which served only to get Garrett to dig in a little deeper in his refusal to publicly acknowledge a change in the role hes had since Jones hired him as offensive co-ordinator in 2007. "There is no real advantage for us to reveal whos calling the plays explicitly, and how were going to do it, in early June," Garrett said. "Its just the way I feel about it. We have a plan in place. Weve had a plan in place for a long, long time. I dont want to get into that plan much further than I already have." Garrett kept play-calling duties when he replaced head coach Wade Phillips halfway through the 2010 season. Jones wanted Phillips to be the defensive play-caller when he hired him, and he wanted the same for Garrett on the offensive side. But Jones dropped the first hint during Senior Bowl practices in January that a change was in the works. He even specifically mentioned Callahan, who called plays for the Oakland Raiders as offensive co-ordinator and head coach from 1998 to 2003. Callahan, who is offensive co-ordinator and offensive line coach, has consistently deferred to Garrett when the topic came up this off-season, but finally relented when told that Jones had said the decision to let Callahan call plays was made weeks ago. Callahan looked to be the one calling plays during off-season workouts, and Jones said anyone "looking at practice ... can get a pretty good idea of how its going there." "Its a real honour and a great responsibility," Callahan said. Swift Run Noir. "Im flattered to be part of this and take on the additional responsibilities of calling the plays in the course of the game." Garrett has faced the question of whether he would give up play-calling duties because of poor game management decisions in several losses the past two seasons. The Cowboys finished 8-8 and missed the playoffs both times. Callahans offence had a rough season in his debut with the Raiders, but finished no worse than eighth in points and yards per attempt each of the next four years. Callahan also spent four years as head coach at Nebraska. "I think hes an outstanding coach with the kind of experience that I really think is good for us right now," Jones said. "The fact that he has been head coach, college, as well as in the NFL, you bring all of that to bear." Garrett said his refusal to announce the change had nothing to do with whether he agreed with it. "Im completely on board with all decisions we make," Garrett said. "We make collective decisions in this organization. We always have and we always will." While playfully acknowledging that he wasnt thrilled with his owner revealing the play-calling decision, Garrett said his relationship with Jones has never been better. "Hes an outstanding owner because he cares a great deal about this football team and making the NFL and the Dallas Cowboys great," Garrett said. "When youre in an environment like that, working for a guy like that, the pedal is down and thats a good thing. The pedal is down for all of us." Stitched Jerseys China NFL Jerseys White China NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Discount NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Hoodies Wholesale Authentic Jerseys ' ' '
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