Rams injury updates: Sebastian Joseph-Day injured his knee Sunday night


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‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’

Disney’s blockbuster Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings is racing towards the £12m mark, topping the UK-Ireland box office for a second consecutive weekend. 

It is one of only nine titles released in 2021 to pass the £10m mark, with four of these released by Disney. It is also one of just three films in that time, alongside Black Widow and Fast & Furious 9, to pass the £10m after two weekends, and has higher takings from that time than either of those two titles (Black Widow was at £11.2m, Fast & Furious 9 at £10.8m).

Disney will be looking for Shang-Chi to kick on past the £20m mark, in the two-and-a-half weeks before James Bond title No Time To Die eats up cinema screens.

Fellow Disney title and former number one Free Guy held second spot, falling 27.8% with £689,906 taking it to £14.3m from five weekends – a decent performance for a rare blockbuster not based on or connected to pre-existing material.

Universal’s Aretha Franklin biopic Respect was the highest-grossing new title this weekend, opening to £424,060 from 605 locations at a modest average of £700.

The studio also had the number four title, with horror Candyman dropping 44.5% with £418,414 taking it to £3.76m total from three weekends.

Warner Bros’ Malignant opened to £409,449 from 524 locations at an average of £783, just making it into the top five.

The PAW Patrol Movie moved to sixth spot for Paramount, dropping 31% in its fifth weekend with £324,000 taking it to £7.29m.

Grow Creative UK scheme will train 1000 people to tackle skills shortage.

Audrey Diwan’s film won the top prize at Venice this weekend.

The psychological thriller is Sebastian Godwin’s feature directing debut.

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Streamers generating more work but offering fewer rights to filmmakers.

Spanish producer and Bulgarian filmmaking duo have been collaborating organically since debut feature ’Cat In The Wall’. 

Modest US deals are expected to close in the coming days but for now buyers are taking their time and surveying what is on offer.

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The Bear’s Den, September 14, 2021

Windy City Gridiron 14 September, 2021 - 05:00am

Eddy Jackson roasted by fans for his recent comments on tackling, while Coach McNagy tries out his McDonalds groove...

David Montgomery a Bright Spot in Bears Loss - On Tap Sports Net - The Bears’ loss on Sunday night wasn’t pretty, but David Montgomery was a massive bright spot for Chicago against the Rams.

Eddie Jackson’s Commentary on Tackling Came Out at an Awful Time for Eddie Jackson - Bleacher Nation - Not exactly what you want to hear after last night’s game, when Jackson was looking a lot like last year.

So That Happened - Da Bears Blog - The inevitable car wreck to open the 2021 Chicago Bears season took place in Los Angeles Sunday night.

Social media can’t believe McDonald’s ad with Matt Nagy - 670 The Score - The Chicago Bears community on social media couldn’t believe their collective eyes when an apparent McDonald’s employment advertisement featuring coach Matt Nagy surfaced following the team’s bad loss Sunday night.

Ellis: By sitting Justin Fields, what are Bears waiting for? - 670 The Score - The Bears clearly are going to make a change at quarterback sooner than later, so why do they insist on delaying the inevitable?

Emma: Why Justin Fields’ small role has big implications - 670 The Score - The Bears lost 34-14 to the Rams on Sunday night in their season opener, which featured rookie quarterback Justin Fields having a small role.

Transition: Bears’ Eddie Jackson deserves to be benched - 670 The Score - Bears safety Eddie Jackson is the third-highest-paid player on the team by way of average annual value on his current contract, but he was one of Chicago’s worst performers in a loss at the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday night.

Bears-Rams takeaways: Thoughts on Allen Robinson, new additions, and comparison to Rams - Chicago Sun-Times - A look at some topics beyond the obvious from the season opener in Inglewood, California.

Bears-Rams podcast: Breaking down a blowout loss - Chicago Sun-Times - Some things were surprising, and some were very familiar in the Bears’ 34-14 loss to the Rams.

Postgame Pompei: Bears doomed by pass-protection woes, defensive lapses in loss to Rams – The Athletic - David Montgomery shined on the ground, but the offensive line wasn't effective in opening up the passing game.

The Bears' plan for Justin Fields turned into a 5-play tease against the Rams – The Athletic - Andy Dalton started, but Justin Fields played five snaps against the Rams in Week 1, and it could have easily been more.

Bears - Rams Postgame Show - The Chicago Audible - Listen as The Chicago Audible crew breaks down the Chicago Bears 34-14 Week 1 loss to the Los Angeles Rams.

Bears vs. Rams: Takeaways from Chicago’s 34-14 loss - Bears Wire - From the Bears' atrocious secondary to Justin Fields' debut, here are our takeaways from the Bears' Week 1 loss to the Rams.

Studs and Duds from Bears’ Week 1 loss to Rams - Bears Wire - A breakdown of the best and worst performances from the Bears' Week 1 loss to the Rams

Bears sticking to Justin Fields plan, despite Week 1 performance - RSN - Andy Dalton didn't play poorly against the Rams, but Fields clearly brings something special to Matt Nagy's offense.

What Justin Fields learned from Bears debut, first NFL snaps - RSN - Matt Nagy's rookie quarterback didn't play much, but he made the most of his time on the field.

Bears, Rams observations: Justin Fields shines, defense struggles - RSN - Matt Nagy's team looked outmatched in Los Angeles on Sunday Night Football, but at least his rookie quarterback played well.

Under Center Podcast: Bears vs Rams Postgame recap: Was there anything good about that game? - RSN - Bears lose the season opener to the LA Rams on Sunday Night Football 34-14. We know you’re frustrated so we got you covered.

Andy Dalton: It’s a long season, the whole NFC North is in the same position - ProFootballTalk - “It’s a long season,” Dalton said, via SI.com. “I think everybody understands that. And I think if you look at the way the division shook out today we’re still in the same position.”

Bears and Rams fans provide first brawl at SoFi Stadium - Chicago Sun-Times - A person attending the game told TMZ that a Bears fan started arguing with several Rams fans shortly after the game began and stadium security had to step in and make the belligerents change seats.

The Bears’ plan for Justin Fields turned into a 5-play tease against the Rams – The Athletic - Andy Dalton started, but Justin Fields played five snaps against the Rams in Week 1, and it could have easily been more.

Bears-Rams podcast: Breaking down a blowout loss - Chicago Sun-Times - Some things were surprising, and some were very familiar in the Bears’ 34-14 loss to the Rams.

Ryan Fitzpatrick will be placed on IR after MRI confirms he suffered a hip subluxation - ProFootballTalk - It’s going to be at least a few weeks before Washington quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick returns to the field.

The tenuous status and candid concerns of Aaron Rodgers could be hurting the Packers - ProFootballTalk - Rodgers said they were overconfident. There’s also a chance they were distracted. Not by anything specific but by the endless chatter about Rodgers wanting out in the most recent offseason and about Rodgers likely being out in the next one.

The Repack, Week 1: How bad is this Saints loss? - Acme Packing Company - The interception should have counted.

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Leming: 10 Bears’ Takes after Chicago’s Week 1 loss to the Los Angeles Rams - Windy City Gridiron - The Chicago Bears completed the shutout of the NFC North on Sunday Night, falling to the Los Angeles Rams by a score of 34-14. Was this just a week one blunder or are there causes for concern?

Curl's Morning After Notes: Bears week one loss only medium-devastating after sleeping on it - Windy City Gridiron - The Bears lost a game they expected to lose. Amidst the depths of disappointment, some rays of light still peak from the darkness, the brightest of which is their rookie QB.

Wiltfong: Takeaways from the snap counts, stats, and more - Windy City Gridiron - We’ve go over the complete playing time breakdown, and spotlight a few individual and team statistics from the Chicago Bears in their 2021 week one loss to the L.A. Rams.

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LA Rams injury updates: Sebastian Joseph-Day suffers knee injury Sunday night

NBC Sports Chicago 13 September, 2021 - 09:25pm

Week 1 has come and gone and the Rams remain relatively healthy headed into next week

Sean McVay says that Sebastian Joseph-Day suffered a knee injury on Sunday night but he is expected to play this upcoming Sunday. May be held out for a day or two this week.

This will be something to monitor throughout the week as Joseph-Day is a force in the run game and will be a key component in helping stop the Colts dynamic backfield of running backs, Jonathan Taylor and Nyheim Hines. The LA Rams defense had their hands full with Bears RB David Montgomery, but he was a big part of slowing that down for the most part.

Towards the end of the game against the Chicago Bears, it was shown that outside linebacker Leonard Floyd walked off the field gingerly but we’ll have to wait on an update with that. If McVay didn’t mention anything on it today to the media, it may be a non-issue. Besides the injury to Sebastian Joesph-Day it seems the Rams came out of this game relatively clean. This is a sigh of relief from all the injuries that were occurring leading up to the season as it seemed the team could just not escape it.

Staying healthy this season is pivotal for the Rams this season as the NFC West is going to be some tough competition this year.

THE MORNING AFTER: The screenshot of Bears’ defensive concerns

Da Windy City 13 September, 2021 - 12:21pm

INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 12: Cooper Kupp #10 of the Los Angeles Rams is brought down by Eddie Jackson #4 of the Chicago Bears during the second half at SoFi Stadium on September 12, 2021 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Look, people are talking about the team’s quarterback play, as Justin Fields had a collection of plays sprinkled in with starter Andy Dalton. The rookie even scored a touchdown, providing the brightest moment in the second half when the Bears were down by just six.

Fields’ time is coming sooner than later, no matter how much the Bears may want to stick with the veteran Dalton. The unit actually had its moments on Sunday thanks to the inspired running of David Montgomery (108 yards, 6.8 per carry, TD), Fields’ touchdown, and some decent plays by the starting quarterback to get seven drives inside Rams’ territory.

While impressive, the unit managed just 14 points on the night, which wasn’t going to cut it because of the biggest concern of the night for the Bears. It’s not one that people are used to discussing when it comes to this team in the Matt Nagy era, but as the fourth season of it begins, the defense is the primary cause for concern after a 34-14 loss at SoFi Stadium.

The struggles can be summed up in one screenshot.

Glad to see the Bears defense is still taking precaution against COVID-19 and are socially distancing pic.twitter.com/rDKzyjsxT2

This is a shot of Cooper Kupp making a 56-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter on Sunday, doing so without having a Bears’ player within ten yards of him. Eddie Jackson, Marqui Christian, and Tashaun Gipson Jr. helplessly watch as Kupp gets into the endzone untouched.

It’s a moment that was repeated a few times on the evening by the defense, who had a number of blown coverages that allowed Matthew Stafford to keep the Rams’ offense rolling most of the evening. Van Jefferson had similar separation on his 67-yard touchdown on Los Angeles’ first offensive series that got the defense off on the wrong foot.

Those were one of seven pass plays on the night by the Rams that went for 17-or-more yards, as the unit gave up 312 passing yards and 11.6 per completion during the evening. Along with coverage issues came problems with tackling, as misses piled up through the night and allowed Los Angeles to open up what was a six-point game in the third quarter.

A 3rd-and-13 with 6:40 to go in the game was the perfect example, as Kupp worked around a few missed tackles to pick up a first down that essentially ended the game.

“It definitely doesn’t sit well,” said linebacker Roquan Smith of the performance. “We know that’s not our style. We know we have to come in this week, we all have to look ourselves in the mirror, and we just have to get better from it because that’s not the standard.

“We have to keep the standard the standard.”

To be frank, they didn’t on Sunday, making for a rare Bears loss where it was the defense that was taking most of the criticism.

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Nicholas touched down on the eastern part of the Matagorda Peninsula, about 10 miles (17 kilometers) west southwest of Sargent Beach, Texas, with maximum winds of 75 mph (120 kph), according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami. Nicholas was the 14th named storm of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season.

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