WATCH: Lance Moore has already won TD dance of the weekend

With the Buffalo Bills and New Orleans Saints tied 0-0 late in the first quarter, Drew Brees hit wide receiver Lance Moore for a 15-yard touchdown. While the touchdown put the Saints up by a touchdown, the captivating moment came when Moore decided to celebrate his touchdown with a dance. Check out the touchdown dance below: I am not sure if Moore is trying to do a jig or what the heck that dance was. Either way, I am sure the fans in New Orleans are happy to see Lance Moore back in the end zone. The post WATCH: Lance Moore celebrates TD with an interesting dance appeared first on DOWN & DISTANCE – Presented by Sports-Kings

Reuters Sports Schedule at 1400 GMT on Sunday, Oct 27 (Reuters)

Reuters sports schedule at 1400 GMT on Sunday: – – – – MOTOR RACING Formula One: Indian Grand Prix, New Delhi Vettel joins the F1 greats with fourth title GREATER NOIDA, India – Germany’s Sebastian Vettel roared into the record books as Formula One’s y..

NFL Sunday inactives: Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe expected to play against Cleveland Browns (Shutdown Corner)

Kansas City Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe sustained a slight groin pull this past Thursday, but is expected to play against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
Bowe did not participate in practice this past Friday and was listed as questionable heading into Sunday’s game. However, ESPN reporter Ed Werder expects Bowe to play.
I get sense Chiefs expecting DeWayne Bowe and Kendrick Lewis to play even though both listed questionable.
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) October 26, 2013
In addition, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport believes Bowe will play.
From #NFLGameDay : #Chiefs expect WR Dwayne Bowe to play today with that groin injury. Will work out pre game, but should be ready to roll.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 27, 2013
Bowe is currently second on the Chiefs in catches with 25 and third in yards with 295. He has two touchdowns.
Other key NFL injuries:
Broncos: ESPN’s Chris Mortensen said Denver quarterback Peyton Manning will play against Washington despite having two sprained ankles. Manning will start on Sunday and rest during Denver’s bye next week.
Both of P. Manning’s ankles are sprained, including a high right ankle sprain aggravated by Robert Mathis’ 2nd sack. Pain killer for today.
— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) October 27, 2013
Injuries suffered in week 6 vs. Jaguars (Babin hit) High ankle sprain was confirmed by Dr. Robert Anderson. Bye week coming at good time
— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) October 27, 2013
Saints: Tight end Jimmy Graham has a plantar fascia injury, according to Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer. Graham is active and will play against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, but his participation might be limited.
Updating on @NFLONFOX this AM, Jimmy Graham has plantar fascia injury. He told me its a pain issue and is …
— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) October 27, 2013
Graham went in early to get extra treatment on it this AM b4 tests it on field. Plantar fascia is partially torn. He needs it to fully tear — Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) October 27, 2013
Partially torn plantar fascia is extremely painful and makes it hard to run and cut. No way to predict until he runs this AM
— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) October 27, 2013
For that kind of injury you want it to fully tear to get relief — Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) October 27, 2013
Cardinals: As expected, running back Rashard Mendenhall will not play against the Atlanta Falcons due to a toe injury, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Mendenhall did not practice last week and was listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game. Rookie running back Andre Ellington will start.
Bills: Running back C.J. Spiller (ankle) was listed as doubtful and is inactive against New Orleans.
Cowboys: Running back DeMarco Murray missed last week’s game because of a knee injury, and although several reports stated he would play against Detroit, he is inactive on Sunday.
DeMarco Murray officially ruled OUT, as is Miles Austin for Cowboys.
— StaceyDales (@StaceyDales) October 27, 2013
Lions: Running back Reggie Bush previously said he expected to play against Dallas, and it appears he will be ready to go on Sunday.
Despite his knee injury and limited practice Friday, Lions RB Reggie Bush is expected to play today vs. Dallas.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 27, 2013
Seahawks: Receiver Percy Harvin is not expected to play against the St. Louis Rams on Monday Night Football, according to coach Pete Carroll.
“We’re managing his rehabilitation and trying to do it as really right (as they can),” Carroll told The Seattle Times. “We worked him hard and then rested him and then will continue to do that until his conditioning has caught up and he’s ready to go. He won’t be playing in this game, he won’t be able to do that this quick. But like we said, next week we will start it up and over the weekend (go) back day-to-day again and just trying to bring him along. But we are excited about getting this close to his return and we will just have to see when it is right to do that.”
Dolphins: Bryant McKinnie, who was recently acquired by Miami, will start at left tackle against New England, according to Adam Beasley of Tyson Clabo will head to the bench, while Jonathan Martin is expected to play right tackle.
Patriots: Despite a photo of Tom Brady on the team’s website with his middle and ring fingers taped together on his throwing hand, the quarterback is expected to play on Sunday. Meanwhile, receiver Danny Amendola (concussion, groin) will play against Miami, while cornerback Aqib Talib will miss another game with a hip injury.
We will update the list of inactives as more news develops on Sunday.
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Week 8 picks: Bills at Saints

Publisher Nick St. Denis, associate editor Dan Begnoche and senior contributor Sean Donovan pick the cross-conference battle between the Buffalo Bills (3-4) and the New Orleans Saints (5-1).Dan’s take:Buffalo’s defense has shown that it’s not to be taken lightly through seven weeks, but it’s yet to face a complete offense like Drew Brees & Co. The return of receiver Lance Moore will help supplement the possible absence of tight end Jimmy Graham, and the Saints’ running backs continue to stretch the field against a linebacking corps without one of its tops coverage men. A couple key turnovers by a Thad Lewis-led offense put New Orleans in the driver’s seat before halftime, though this won’t be a career performance by any means for the Saints’ electric quarterback. Prediction: Saints 32, Bills 21Nick’s take:The Saints were unbeaten before losing to the Patriots in an excruciating last-second Week 6 decision. Coming off a bye and hosting a 3-4 te..