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Saskatchewan is sitting pretty and close to where they wanted to be at the start of the 2013 season. They are hosting a playoff game, albeit not the Western Final as they would have liked, but hosting a playoff game none the less. Make no mistake, "Mosaic Magic" this time of the season is a huge advantage for the Green Machine! Darian Durant received some much needed and well deserved rest last week. That move should reap rewards and pay big dividends for the Riders offensively. Couple that with resting Kory Sheets and I like the move big time! Darian needs to cut it loose with his arm and his legs! If Durant can pressure the edges of the defence with his ability to run the football it will open massive holes for Sheets. You establish Darians ability to run early, it will make Sheets, a serious threat already, almost unstoppable. Then you can anticipate play action coming into the picture with big play potential involving Weston Dressler, Taj Smith, Geroy Simon, and Robb Bagg. All primary explosive targets! Slowly the Riders have worked in Drew Willy, the second year product from the University of Buffalo, and this kid can play and play well. Hes gone stealth the last two thirds of the season and could be flying under the RedBlacks radar but he shouldnt be! Hes a straight up ball player that has gained valuable playing experience in his limited time in 2013.The Riders would prefer if Willy never has to step on the field again in 2013, unless of course it is in mop up duty during a big win. Make no mistake, with the loss of Chris Getzlaf for likely the remainder of the season the importance of Darian utilizing his mobility to stretch and strain BCs defence is imperative to activate the run game and set up play-action for the aforementioned "Quad Squad" of Dressler, Smith, Simon and Bagg. Darians been a warrior this season playing through several injuries, including a broken foot and a broken rib, all which were accurately reported on our TSN telecast on October 19. This is a "Green Light Special" opportunity for Darian to breakthrough and guide his team to their first Grey Cup Championship under his direction. If hes able to do that, he would become the third quarterback in the last three years to host and win the Cup! Much work to be done for that tremendous feat to become a reality... Anything less would not be acceptable as the 2013 Riders have gone all in! Ready Break!!! [url=]cheap nfl jerseys[/url] . Coetzee eagled the par-5 10th hole and birdied his closing three holes in a round that was just two shots more than his best on the European Tour, a 62 which equalled the Old Course record at St. [url=]cheap nfl jerseys wholesale[/url] . Akiyama (13-5 with two no contests) is coming off a February loss to Jake Shields at UFC 144 in his debut at 170 pounds. 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PETERSBURG, Fla. - Slumping Carlos Pena may have found his swing at the top of the Tampa Bay lineup. Pena hit a three-run homer during a five-run fourth and the Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 8-5 on Tuesday night. Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon moved Pena up from the middle of the lineup to the leadoff spot in an attempt to help him break out of an offensive funk. Pena, who snapped an 0 for 18 slide on his sixth homer of the season, entered Tuesday hitting just .116 in May. "You cant really quantify how much of a difference it makes, but Joe is really smart by shifting things like that," Pena said. "It changes the energy and good things like this happen, not only individually but as a team. We put up some runs on the board and felt more comfortable." Penas homer to centre off Drew Hutchison (3-2) was estimated at 452 feet. He finished with two hits in five at-bats. "I liked his at-bats in general," Maddon said. "Overall its just about a mind set. Its just about what youre thinking and changing that a little bit. Its all about confidence. When he gets his confidence going youre going to see a lot more of that." Drew Sutton had RBI double and Chris Gimenez hit a run-scoring grounder as the Rays took a 6-0 lead in the fourth. Gimenez also had a fifth-inning RBI single. Rays starter Matt Moore walked three in the fifth and couldnt get through the inning as the Blue Jays scored four times to get within 6-4. Jose Bautista drove in two with a bases-loaded single and two more runs scored when third baseman Sean Rodriguez was charged with an error for an errant throw to first on Edwin Encarnacions grounder. "Obviously, Im just upset with myself in that situation," Moore said. "I know Im better than that, and thats not the way I want to represent myself." Moore allowed four runs, three hits and four walks in 4 2-3 innings. Hutchison lasted four innings, giving up six runs and seven hits. "I just didnt make good pitches," Hutchison said. "Obviously struggled. Didnt give us a chance to win." Relliever Wade Davis (1-0) gave up one run in two innings.dddddddddddd Fernando Rodney pitched the ninth for his 14th save. Tampa Bay also got solo homers from Luke Scott and B.J. Upton. Yan Gomes had a sixth-inning solo homer for Toronto. First base umpire Andy Fletcher briefly left after being hit by a batted ball. Fletcher appeared to get struck on the left arm behind the bag by Brett Lawries foul liner with two outs in the Toronto fourth inning. He returned to the field in the fifth. "It seemed like the further he moved, the more the ball chased him," Lawrie said. "Just a bit of bad luck that it hit him." Lawrie was called out by second umpire Rob Drake as part of a double play in the eighth. Drake ruled that Lawries momentum on a slide into second carried him past the bag and that he did not re-touch the base returning to first on Gomes fly out. "All I wanted to know was what was going on," Lawrie said. "I didnt know what happened. For me, I didnt go to third base. I slid in, popped up and went back (to first). If Im getting called out for something, Im just wondering why Im getting called out. I just didnt get an answer tonight." Lawrie completed a four-game suspension on Sunday. Lawrie was ejected last Tuesday by home plate umpire Bill Miller after complaining about consecutive called strikes. When Lawrie slammed his helmet on the ground, it bounced up and hit Miller on the right hip. NOTES: Tampa Bay 3B Evan Longoria (partial tear left hamstring) has started a light running program. Longoria continues fielding grounders and taking batting practice. ... Toronto manager John Farrell said a minor league progression plan for DH-OF Vladimir Guerrero has not been finalized. "He is in great shape," Farrell said. "The early view has been positive," Guerrero is currently with the extended spring training team. ... Rays OF Desmond Jennings (sprained left knee) could soon be ready for a short minor league rehab assignment. ... Encarnacion, who has been getting treatment for a mino