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    England gave themselves a great chance of an historic series victory over Australia after recovering from an ominous start to defeat the Wallabies 39-28 at Suncorp Stadium. Emil Audero Jersey . Early tries by Michael Hooper and Israel Folau threatened to overrun the Grand Slam champions but they responded magnificently with Jonathan Joseph, Marland Yarde and Jack Nowell crossing.The boot of Owen Farrell, who had replaced George Ford at fly-half, did the majority of the scoreboard damage as he kicked 24 points to seal Englands first ever victory in Brisbane. Nowell plundered his try in the final minute of a pulsating showdown as Australia went in search of a match-winning try of their own. Michael Brown clashed with Australian coach Nathan Grey as he was obstructed trying to take a lineout England head to Melbourne for next Saturdays second Test knowing one more win would complete a series triumph over the World Cup finalists and identify them as a genuine force in the global game.Head coach Eddie Jones remains unbeaten since taking over at Twickenham and now has seven Test victories in the bank, but the most recent of these - against the side he once coached - is by far the most precious. Michael Hooper scores Australias first try James Haskell had clearly listened to Jones demand for England to play bodyline rugby as he smashed David Pocock backwards with a thunderous tackle, but it was Australia who made the stronger start and they crossed inside the opening 10 minutes.The warning signs were there as only a turnover on the whitewash by Maro Itoje prevented a Wallabies try, but they were more accurate shortly after when a fine break by Folau created the space for Hooper to score.Jones had predicted Australia would come out breathing fire and he was proved correct as they tore into the breakdown and repeatedly broke the gain line, creating space almost at will. Israel Folau dives over to score The Wallabies were irrepressible as they renewed their assault once more and this time it was Folau who touched down, skipping around a tackle from Farrell after Englands defence had been stretched to breaking point.A Farrell penalty got England off the mark but it was still one-way traffic as they struggled to cope with Australias pace and power, at least until a dose of good fortune fell their way. Dylan Hartley said England will keep their feet on the ground Two missed touch-finders resulted in the Wallabies being pinned back in their own 22 and the deficit was slashed further when they were penalised at the breakdown with Farrell punishing the error.Bernard Foley appeared to have added a stunning solo try but obstruction by Rory Arnold on Luther Burrell that created the initial opening resulted in it being ruled out. Jonathan Joseph pounces on the loose ball after a mistake by Samu Kerevi to score Englands first try Farrell ran hard and straight and made ground and once Australia had been penalised once again - they now trailed 8-1 on the penalty count - the Saracens fly-half was on target with the three points.And just as the half-hour mark passed, England seized the lead when two hare-brained passes were pounced on by Joseph who hacked ahead, gathered and touched down.Honours were even at the scrum with each side winning penalties which were kicked by Farrell and Foley respectively, with the British and Irish Lion having the final say of the half. Owen Farrell scored 24 points in a masterful kicking performance England made the best possible start to the second period when a lineout drive ended with Haskell peeling off the back and striding 20 metres before being halted.The respite for Australia was only temporary, however, as two phases later Ford - who had replaced Burrell on the half-hour - used a brilliant long pass to give Yarde a simple run in. Eddie Jones praises his England side after they beat his native Australia Farrell continued to hit the mark from the kicking tee as England stormed 29-13 ahead, and things got even better when Scott Sio was sin-binned as Australias scrum began to buckle.However, the Wallabies hinted at their own fightback when Hooper produced a fine finish after good work from Folau.Farrell appeared to have given England some breathing space with his sixth penalty but when Tevita Kuridrani powered over the lead was reduced to 32-25 after Foley converted. James Haskell put in 18 tackles against Australia to help England to an impressive 39-28 victory A nail-biting climax awaited and the nerves only intensified when Foley kicked a long-range penalty with two minutes remaining to offer sight of victory.Instead, it was England who had the final say when Nowell collected Fords superb kick and touched down to start the victory celebrations. Douglas Costa Jersey . A little more than one year after missing a last-second tip-in that would have given the Wolverines a share of the Big Ten regular-season title, the 6-foot-8 forward scored on a layup with 7. Andrea Barzagli Jersey . DETROIT LIONS AT CHICAGO BEARS, 1:00 PM (ET) Detroit - G Rodney Austin, WR Ryan Broyles, DT Nick Fairley, QB Kellen Moore, DT Caraun Reid, CB Mohammed Seisay, DE Larry Webster Chicago - S Chris Conte, DT Brandon Dunn, QB David Fales, K Robbie Gould, CB Terrance Mitchell, OT Michael Ola, DE Trevor Scott GREEN BAY PACKERS AT TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS, 1:00 PM (ET) Green Bay - LB Carl Bradford, DT Bruce Gaston, C Garth Gerhart, CB Davon House, WR Jeff Janis, TE Justin Perillo, QB Scott Tolzien Tampa Bay - OT Anthony Collins, CB Isaiah Frey, WR Robert Herron, RB Mike James, WR Solomon Patton, FB/TE Evan Rodriguez, LB Lawrence Sidbury KANSAS CITY CHIEFS AT PITTSBURGH STEELERS, 1:00 PM (ET) Kansas City - WR Donnie Avery, CB Marcus Cooper, OT Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, OL Eric Kush, QB Aaron Murray, RB Charcandrick West, DT Nick Williams Pittsburgh - WR Justin Brown, DE Clifton Geathers, G Chris Hubbard, QB Landry Jones, S Troy Polamalu, TE Matt Spaeth, CB Ike Taylor MINNESOTA VIKINGS AT MIAMI DOLPHINS, 1:00 PM (ET) Minnesota - LB Anthony Barr, OT Carter Bykowski, DB Ahmad Dixon, OT Charlie Johnson, FB Zach Line, CB Shaun Prater, TE Kyle Rudolph Miami - G Nate Garner, WR Matt Hazel, S Don Jones, WR Rishard Matthews, LB Chris McCain, G Dallas Thomas, RB Daniel Thomas NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS AT NEW YORK JETS, 1:00 PM (ET) New England - CB Kyle Arrington, RB LeGarrette Blount, OL Dan Connolly, CB Alfonzo Dennard, OT Jordan Devey, WR Julian Edelman, RB James White NY Jets - DT T.SURREY, B.C. -- B.C. Lions starting quarterback Travis Lulays recovery from off-season shoulder surgery appears to be on schedule as he takes part in the teams mini-camp. But with off-season signing Steven Jyles absent and his future in question, the Lions are lacking a bona fide backup with CFL experience. Lulay limited the number of throws while only making short passes in drills Tuesday, the second day of a three-day mini-camp for offensive players at the teams Surrey, B.C., training complex. But he was hopeful of being ready for main training camp in June. "Its getting better," said Lulay. "Its been a good couple days to come out and throw the ball around. Obviously, Im still limited, Im still progressing to getting back to where I need to be. But its been a really good measuring stick for this stage of the game." Lulay underwent surgery to repair a damaged labrum suffered in a collision while scoring a touchdown in September. He missed six regular-season games but was able to play in the Western semifinal loss to the Calgary Stampeders. "Im being cognizant of my numbers," he said. "Im just not over-throwing because the biggest thing is, with a shoulder, its such a delicate joint. Over-doing it is one of the worst things you can do. "So Im just understanding that its a progression and just taking steps up the ladder each week. This (camp) is just another part of that. The mobility, the range, is great. Its just continuing to get that end range (i.e. long-pass) and that strength back." General manager Wally Buono said medical reports indicate that Lulay will be ready for the main training camp in Kamloops, B.C., and the quarterback has gone "way beyond the call of duty" in his recovery efforts. "The camp was held at this time for a specific reason," said Buono. " (Part) of it was to make sure Travis could go out and do all the things that hes been doing. Right now, it looks very promising." Jyles, who has seven years of CFL experience but did not play last season because his services were not in demand, was conspicuous by his absence after agreeing to terms with the Lions in April. "Im fine with it," said Buono. "As I intimated before, we were going to bring five quarterbacks to this camp, and one of the things we were going to do was evaluate which quarterback we probably wouldnt invite to the main camp. So this, right now, is just helping our decision." Jyles absence left the Lions with four QBs in the mini-camp. With new offensive co-ordinator Khari Jones beginning to implement his system, this is an important time for quarterback hopefuls to start learning the revised playbook and executing plays in advance of the clubs main June training camp. However, the camp is voluntary for those invited. Jyles, who has three young children, is working in the Dallas area. "I respect the fact that he put his family first," said Buono. "Obviously, (deciding whether to pursue an unguaranteed spot with the Lions) is not an easy decision and, at this point,, he felt it was just best not to leave his job. Gianluigi Buffon Jersey. " Since beginning his CFL career in 2006, Jyles has had two stints with Edmonton and also played for Saskatchewan, Winnipeg and Toronto. With Jyles absent, second-year Lion Chris Hart is the only other quarterback at the camp with CFL experience. NFL veteran John Beck, 32, and Jarrett Lee, who was drafted in 2012 by the San Diego Chargers but did not play in the NFL, are also signed and taking part in the mini-camp. Hart spent most of last season as the clubs fourth quarterback, but feels he has "improved a lot" since he took part in an offensive mini-camp a year ago. "I dont want to say anything (on the backup job)," he said. "I let the coaches do their job and pick who they need to pick. Im just battling for the job and Im going to compete. Im going to work hard like Im No. 1." "Obviously, this is a good test for him, too, because we spent a year with him," said Buono. "Hopefully, hes a lot more comfortable. Hopefully, even though the system is new, the verbiage is easier for him." Beck, a second-round selection of the Miami Dolphins in the 2007, is looking to secure regular employment with the Lions after taking a winding path to B.C. In addition to the Dolphins, he played six seasons with Baltimore, Washington and Houston. The Brigham Young University grad has started seven NFL regular-season games and thrown for 1,417 yards and three touchdowns on 140 completions. Beck spent last season out of football. But instead of pursuing a different career, he spent his time honing his skills while enjoying extra time with his wife and their three sons and hoping for a team to call. "Ive gotta be honest," he said. "Id never really anticipated that my journey would take me to Canada. My journey started in the NFL. I thought thered be some really good opportunities in it for me, and my journey started off in the situation you dont want have it start off on. Go to (Miami) the worst team in the NFL and have everybody get fired. It cant get much worse than that. "But Im very excited that my journey has taken me here. Thats the fun part about it. Im excited for the opportunity thats here." Lee spent five years at Louisiana State, a perennial powerhouse, where he completed 317-of-565 attempts for 3.949 yards and 32 touchdowns. New offensive co-ordinator Jones believes that Lulay is "on track" to being ready to start the season and is not perturbed by Jyles absence. "My job is to coach the guys that are out here," said Jones. "If he shows up, then he shows up." Notes: The Lions were forced to find a new backup after former backup Thomas DeMarco was claimed by Ottawa in the CFL expansion draft, veteran Buck Pierce retired to become an assistant coach with Winnipeg, and Joey Elliott was released after two stints with B.C. last season. a Veteran offensive guard Patrick Kabongo, entering the option year of his contract, is not attending the camp as he works outside of football in Edmonton. Black China NFL Jerseys Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Wholesale Authentic Jerseys Discount Jerseys ' ' '