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  • 30 Jan
    导出博客文章Ubaldo Jimenez first came to the United States as a 17-year old international
    free agent from the Dominican Republic.The now 32-year-old pitcher for the
    Baltimore Orioles?pitcher has spent nearly half his life here. On Monday, he
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    himself next to a replica of the Statue of Liberty on his Instagram. ?It
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    New Zealand for the second time after his victory in 2010. The match was similar
    to Isners quarterfinal victory over fifth-seeded Philipp Kohlschreiber which
    went to three sets, all tiebreaks and contained no breaks of serve. NEW YORK --
    Todd Bowles isnt exactly in hurry-up mode when it comes to deciding on his
    starting quarterback.Ryan Fitzpatrick or Bryce Petty? Well, the New York Jets
    coach will make the call on wholl be under center against New England on Nov. 27
    when the team returns from its bye-week break next Monday.We havent gotten there
    yet, Bowles said during a conference call Monday. Weve got a week to go for
    that. Were still evaluating everybody.Petty made his first NFL start Sunday in
    place of Fitzpatrick, who is recovering from a sprained knee. The second-year
    quarterback was 19 of 32 for 163 yards with a touchdown, but also tossed an
    interception with just under two minutes left in the Jets 9-6 loss to the Los
    Angeles Rams.That dropped New York to 3-7, with its playoff hopes now barely a
    flicker. Still, Bowles is sticking with his philosophy of playing the
    quarterback that gives the Jets the best chance to win. That means Bowles isnt
    necessarily looking to give Petty extended playing time just to see if he could
    be the quarterback of the future.At this point, not right now, Bowles said. I
    mean, he played OK (Sunday), but hes still got a lot of things to learn. You
    dont learn unless you play, but at the same time, were still trying to win
    games, too. So, well make that decision as the week goes forward.Bowles said the
    players will practice Tuesday and then have the rest of the week off. The
    coaching staff will have meetings Wednesday and then take off until next Monday.
    As for the quarterback decision, Bowles will talk to his staff and then give
    both general manager Mike Maccagnan and owner Woody Johnson a heads up on where
    the situation stands.And, the player he chooses might not necessarily hold the
    job from here on out.Going forward, it all depends on the play and the health
    and everything else of everybody, Bowles said. So, it could change, but it could
    stay the same, as well.Bowles is in a difficult situation, knowing the Jets are
    now simply playing out the season and Fitzpatrick is unlikely to be back next
    year. Geno Smith, out for the year with a knee injury, is scheduled to become a
    free agent. That leaves just Petty and rookie Christian Hackenberg as the
    quarterbacks who likely will remain on the roster next offseason. And the coach
    said Hackenberg, a second-rounder from Penn State, is not in the top two right
    now when it comes to the quarterback situation.But Bowles also has to tread
    lightly, realizing that looking toward the future at this point sends a message
    to his players that this season is already a wash.ddddddddddddWith the
    evaluation process, there comes a point in the future of an organization, toward
    the end of the season, where you try to see things if they go right here and
    there, Bowles said. But its always a tough decision one way or the
    other.Fitzpatrick sprained his left knee at Miami on Nov. 6 and was limited in
    practice all week while splitting first-team snaps with Petty. Bowles said it
    would be a game-time decision, but then decided Saturday night that Petty would
    start against the Rams.He was getting better, but he wasnt well enough on
    Saturday, in my mind, to even try to do it Sunday, Bowles said.Petty provided an
    early spark, complete with a standing ovation from the MetLife Stadium crowd as
    he took the field. He drove the Jets 99 yards on their second possession,
    finishing with his first NFL TD pass with a little razzle-dazzle on a toss to
    Brandon Marshall, who flipped it backward to Bilal Powell for a 4-yard score.But
    New Yorks offense was mostly quiet after that and the positive buzz was silenced
    by the time Petty was picked off by Alec Ogletree.The Jets also missed out on
    what appeared would be an easy touchdown just before halftime when Petty couldnt
    connect with a wide-open Robby Anderson. Bowles said Petty overthrew the ball
    slightly, but Anderson also slowed a bit on his route.He was calm and he was
    poised when he was out there, Bowles said of Petty. He threw the deep ball well.
    He understood hisreads. He went where it was supposed to go. He hurried up some
    things and thats going to happen when a first-time starter comes out there. He
    hurried some throws and he missed a couple of reads as well.But, for the most
    part, other than the one turnover, he played OK.Game notes The Jets game against
    the Patriots was originally scheduled for Sunday Night Football, but was flexed
    out of the slot and moved to a 4:25 p.m. game and replaced by Kansas City at
    Denver. ... TE Kellen Davis (elbow) cleared waivers and was added to the Jets
    injured reserve list. ... Bowles said CB Nick Marshall has a high-ankle
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