Jerry Jones’ power doesn’t equal success

Jerry Jones has proved you can be one of the most powerful men in American sports and a bad franchise owner at the same time. Someone should actually award him a trophy for pulling that off.

Touchdown, Steelers. Ben Roethlisberger uses a hard count and draws a Titans defender offside. On the free play, he follows with a 41-yard pass to Antonio Brown down the left sideline to put Pittsburgh ahead 7-0. Roethlisberger threw for 71 yards during the drive.

Outside of Wilson, no Seahawk is more indispensable than Sherman. It’s not just how he covers and tackles. It’s also how he leads his team and intimidates opponents. His presence alone draws fear and demands respect.

Carolina had a 10-point lead at halftime and then scored touchdowns on all three of its drives in the third quarter to pull away. The Panthers moved to 7-3 on the year with the victory and have now won three straight, while Miami dropped to 4-5.

Newton compiled 254 passing yards and another 95 on the ground to go along with his four scores. Jonathan Stewart tallied 110 rushing yards on 17 carries for the Panthers, while Christian McCaffrey registered two total touchdowns.

Turnover, Miami. Cutler underthrows a pass on the first play of the drive and Luke Kuechly picks it off. Carolina has the ball on the Dolphins’ 20 with 41 seconds remaining in the second quarter.

Backup Reto Berra stopped 40 shots and six of nine shootout tries to get a 3-2 win versus the Sharks. Anaheim netminders have faced forty or more shots in five of the team’s last seven games.nike_steelers_716