BRIDGEND, Wales - Bernhard Langer moved closer to his second Senior British Open title on Saturday after shooting a 3-under 68 at Royal Porthcawl for a 14-under 199 and an eight-stroke lead. Langer won the title at Carnoustie in 2010 but lost in a playoff at Royal Birkdale last year. He also led going into the final round at Turnberry in 2012, only to fade on the final day. That seems unlikely to happen again on Sunday given the Germans three-day master class on the sun-kissed South Wales links with earlier rounds of 65 and 66. Langer had to settle for his third rounds fourth birdie on the 18th after missing an eagle chance from 10 feet. He dropped his only shot on the par-4 10th. "I played very nicely, got off to a good start ... Then I maybe played a little safe for a couple of holes," Langer said. "I cant believe how far I hit it on the last." Canadian Rick Gibson was Langers nearest challenger on 6-under 207 after a 66, hitting back with six birdies after dropping a shot at the first. Bob Tway of the United States was third, a further stroke back after a 68. Americans Tom Watson and Scott Dunlap shared fourth place on 209 with Englands Chris Williams, while Scotlands Colin Montgomerie, Englands Barry Lane and Fred Couples of the United States were tied for seventh on 210. Montgomerie, bidding for his third successive senior major, matched Langers 32 over the front nine but then slipped to a 4-over 40 coming home. "Bernhards the best player out here and hes proving it," said Montgomerie. "I had a horrendous back nine, now the best I can do is second." Tenth-placed Jeff Sluman had a superb opening to his third round with four straight birdie threes, before dropping a stroke at the short No. 5. He then eagled the long sixth and birdied the seventh. He finished with two pars to be out in a weeks best 6-under 29 but the American couldnt sustain it, dropping three shots and picking up just one birdie to be back in 38 for a round of 67. Playing partner Dunlap was five strokes worse than Sluman on the way out, but then came back in 31 with three birdies and an eagle, for a 65. Between them they had a 13-under betterball score of 58. Philip Walton equaled the record low round of the week of 64 to move from 7 over to level par 213. The Irishman had four birdies and dropped just one shot on the way out, then had five birdies and one bogey on the way home for two nines of 32. New Zealands Greg Turner recorded the first ace of the week when he holed his 9- iron tee shot at the 165-yard 15th on his way to a 66. San Francisco 49ers Jerseys
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The Titans are a hard team to figure out, but one constant in Tennessee this year has been the strong fantasy numbers their QBs are putting up. Lockers injury appears to be a season-ender so owners could be getting six good weeks from Fitzpatrick. Josh McCown (vs Ravens)Last week: 6/9, 62 yards, 1 TDJay Cutler was lost again to a groin injury in Week 10 and yet there wasnt panic in Chicago. Thats a testament to McCowns play filling in this year. Cutler has been labeled as “week-to-week” which translates to at least a couple weeks so owners could get a couple starts out of McCown. The veteran is averaging more than a touchdown and nearly 200 yards per appearance this season. Scott Tolzien (at Giants)Last week: 24/39, 280 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTsTolziens decent numbers are made more impressive when you consider they were done in three quarters of action, and even more impressive when you consider the Packers current state of receivers. The Seneca Wallace era lasted only a quarter as Tolzien, fresh from the practice roster, looks to be the Packers QB until Aaron Rodgers returns from injury. Others: Christian Ponder (at Seahawks), Kellen Clemens (Bye) RUNNING BACKS Andre Brown (vs Packers)Last week: 30 carries, 115 yards, 1 TDBrown shot out of the gate in his first game of the season with a higher workload than he expected, and a much higher point total than many fantasy owners expected. The latest in a long line of starting RBs for the Giants, Brown was the sixth-highest scoring back in his 2013 debut. Those numbers shouldnt last all season long but Brown looks like he could be the Giants answer at tailback (finally!) and is worth at least an RB2 spot. Rashad Jennings (at Texans)Last week: 20 carries, 88 yards, 2 catches, 19 yardsJennings was inches away on two separate occasions from having a monster game against the Giants in Week 10. As it stood the backup still managed a very serviceable 10+ points on the day. Jennings looked good running the ball and if he cashes in his goal line opportunities in the future, he would certainly be worth an RB2 spot. Expectations should be tempered however, as Oaklands offence has regressed lately leading to fewer scoring opportunities. Until Darren McFadden returns from injury (and maybe even after that) Jennings should be provided enough opportunities to warrant a start. Brian Leonard (vs Falcons)Last week: 20 carries, 57 yards, 2 catches, 16 yardsNext man up. Brian Leonard doesnt have the talent of Mike James, and certainly not of Doug Martin, but hell be given first crack at replacing them in the Buccaneers backfield. His 57 yards on 20 carries againsst the Dolphins Monday night was far from inspiring but if youre desperate at the position, the former second-rounder offers you a starters workload, at least for now.dddddddddddd. Others: Rashard Mendenhall (at Jaguars) WIDE RECEIVERS Nate Burleson (at Steelers)Last week: InjuredBurleson, who has been practicing with the Lions lately, should return from probably the coolest injury story ever for Detriots Week 11 matchup against the Steelers. Burleson played three games this season, averaging 80 yards receiving, before crashing his car reaching for some dropped morning pizza. The 32-year-old should return to his starting spot opposite Calvin Johnson and see similar numbers to those he was putting up early in the season. If the veteran can find the end zone, hell be well worth the pickup. Kendall Wright (vs Colts)Last week: 7 catches, 78 yardsWright is owned by slightly more than half the fantasy leagues so it may be too late to grab him but if hes still available hes worth a grab. The sophomore receiver has emerged as the Titans go-to pass catcher, regardless of whos behind centre, and led the team in receptions and targets in Week 10 against the Jaguars. Wright has just one touchdown on the season however, scored way back in Week 2, so hell need to improve in the red zone to secure WR2 status. Riley Cooper (vs Redskins)Last week: 3 catches, 102 yards, 2 TDsCooper had his second straight big week, lending credit to the idea that his monstrous Week 9 – like QB Nick Foles – wasnt just a fluke. Cooper appears to have some chemistry with Foles although his targets per game are still on the low side. The speedy fourth-year receiver is a playmaker however, and seems to do a lot with his opportunities, no matter how limited. Others: Tavon Austin (Bye), Marlon Brown (at Bears), Brandon LaFell (vs Patriots), Ted Ginn Jr. (vs Patriots) TIGHT ENDS John Carlson (at Seahawks)Last week: 7 catches, 98 yards, 1 TDRemember him? Carlson came out of nowhere starting for an injured Kyle Rudolph to put up a surprisingly strong fantasy line in an even more surprisingly good Thursday Nighter. Carlsons 100-yard, one touchdown performance will almost certainly not be repeated but the veteran led Minnesota in targets Thursday night, meaning he should have ample opportunity to put up some points for owners in need of a tight end. Delanie Walker (vs Colts)Last week: 4 catches, 62 yards, 1 TDWalker has been a mainstay in the “Others” section of this article all year long nut after his best week of the year, graduates to a write-up for Week 11. Youd have to be desperate to grab Walker but should you need him, hell give you a fairly consistent five points or so. Its when, and only when, he reaches the end zone that hes worth a start. Brandon Bostick (at Giants)Last week: 3 catches, 42 yards, 1 TDWorking with a second-string and then third-string QB, Bostick put up his first strong fantasy line since replacing the injured JerMichael Finley. Bostick will have to find the end zone to be worth a start and thats certainly no guarantee in the Scott Tolzien-led Packers offence. 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