Each week, well take a look at some top performers from the CFL, with an eye to looking ahead to some matchups that could be favourable for TSN Fantasy Football, CFL Edition, presented by Joseph Abboud. Nike Air Max Online . Here are some of the best from Week One and some to watch in Week Two: TOP PERFORMERS Anthony Allen, RB, Saskatchewan (176 YDS, 2 TD, 30 touches vs. Hamilton) - Powerfully-built back burst onto the scene in his CFL debut, after a couple of years in the NFL, playing 21 games with the Baltimore Ravens. Not likely to duplicate those numbers week after week, but expectations will be significantly higher after that start. Drew Willy, QB, Winnipeg (19-for-27, 308 YDS, 4 TD, 1 INT vs. Toronto) - The 28-year-old quarterback had shown promise in limited action over the past two seasons, completing 68.7% of his passes for 1182 yards, nine touchdowns and five interceptions in 147 pass attempts, but Willy controlled the season-opener against Toronto and, since this is a quarterbacks league, Willys play gives the Blue Bombers reason for optimism, which isnt the easiest thing coming off a 3-15 season. Adarius Bowman, WR, Edmonton (9 REC, 105 YDS, 1 TD) - A big target who is a couple of years removed from his only 1,000-yard season, Bowman had a big game against B.C., and his fourth-quarter touchdown proved to be the difference in the game. With Fred Stamps kept under wraps, the Eskimos needed Bowman to step up, and he did. PLAYERS TO WATCH IN WEEK TWO Henry Burris, QB, Ottawa - Hes older and starting for an expansion team, but Smiling Hank also led the CFL in passing yards last season, by a pretty sizeable margin. The Redblacks are just getting started and there will likely be some tough stretches along the way, but its entirely conceivable that Burris could have a big day throwing the ball against the Blue Bombers in Week Two. Nic Grigsby, RB, Winnipeg - As much as the Redblacks are something of an unknown quantity as an expansion team, its probably worth taking a look at players going up against them, and the Blue Bombers running back had a terrific start to the season, gaining 139 yards from scrimmage on 23 touches against Toronto. Can he do it again? Chris Getzlaf, SB, Saskatchewan - While the Roughriders didnt have to open up the passing game too much in Week One, and Getzlaf had a modest two catches for 42 yards against Hamilton, they go up against an Argonauts defence that was shredded by Willy in Week One. Getzlaf, who was bothered with a quad injury in camp, ranked fifth in the league with 1,045 receiving yards last season and could be the prime target if Riders QB Darian Durant has to air it out a little more. Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. Clearance Womens Nike Air Max . LOUIS - The St. Cheap Nike Air Max 1 . Kevin Durant certainly played like there was on Sunday night, scoring 36 points and grabbing 10 rebounds as the Thunder made quick work of the visiting Pacers with a 118-94 win. http://www.supplyairmax.com/wholesale-nike-air-max-1/ . Berdych and Stepanek played all five matches when the Czechs beat Spain 3-2 in the final last November in Prague to win the countrys first title as an independent nation. ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The Texas Rangers needed a reason to feel good about themselves on getaway day before starting a pivotal six-game homestand that includes a series against the team theyre fighting for the AL West title. They got it from a bullpen that ate up 5 2-3 innings and prevented a three-game sweep by the Los Angeles Angels, a team they will face in a four-game series that wraps up the regular season schedule. Alex Rios homered in the first and drove in the go-ahead run with a bloop double in the seventh, Elvis Andrus also had two RBIs, and the Rangers hung on for a 4-3 victory Sunday. They remained 1 1-2 games out of first place, as Oakland beat Houston 7-2 to complete a three-game sweep. "It was a very big win. We needed it bad," manager Ron Washington said. "They took the lead, but we didnt give in. We just kept fighting and were able to make some good things happen. Its only one win, but it was huge." Angels rookie Buddy Boshers walked Leonys Martin with one out in the seventh and Ian Kinsler greeted Michael Kohn (1-2) with a ground-rule double into the left field corner. Andrus followed with a looper into right-centre and was robbed of a hit on a diving catch by right fielder Kole Calhoun, but Martin scored the tying run on the sacrifice fly. "Youve got to find a way to win games, and sometimes its going to be with bloopers," Andrus said. "It was a tremendous play by Martin, to be able to read that flyball and the fielder at the same time and then tag up." Centre fielder Mike Trout then attempted a diving catch on another Texas leaguer by Rios in left-centre, but missed it as Kinsler scored. "You could call it a break," Washington said. "Sometimes in a game, you need breaks. But you make your breaks by making contact. And when you make contact, things can happen." Alexi Ogando (6-4) got the victory with 1 1-3 scoreless innings. Neal Cotts gave up a leadoff double in the eighth to Calhoun, who advanced on Mark Trumbos groundout and was stranded when Tanner Scheppers struck out Hank Conger with the infield in and retired Grant Green on a flyball to centre. "Trumbo hits the ball to the right side to get the runner to third, and Im sitting there and saying: We need a strikeout here," Washington said. "We got the strikeout, then he made Green put the ball in play and we got a line drive to Martin. There was the good inning right there, and we certainly needed that." Joe Nathan, the seventh Rangers pitcher, got three outs in the ninth for his 39th save in 41 attempts and helped them avoid what would haave been the Angels first three-game sweep against them since September 2009. Mens Nike Air Max Store. . "Fortunately weve got 12 or 13 guys out there in the pen, so weve got plenty of arms to stretch it out," Nathan said. "We feel confident in all of those guys -- not just to bring them out in the fourth and fifth inning, but to come in late in the game in tight situations. We love when our starters go deep -- but when this is what we need to do on a given day, were more than glad to do that. Weve got guys with experience who know how to throw the baseball." Rangers rookie Nick Tepesch was charged with two runs and four hits in 3 1-3 innings and struck out five in his first start off the disabled list, after pitching 3 1-3 innings out of the bullpen at Oakland last Monday in his first relief outing in the big leagues. The 24-year-old right-hander was winless in eight consecutive starts before beating Houston on July 5, then was sidelined with inflammation in his elbow. Tepesch was lifted after 63 pitches with a runner at first and the score tied 1-all. Trumbo was held at third on Congers double to left field, and subsequently erased in a rundown on Greens fielders choice grounder to third baseman Adrian Beltre. But No. 9 hitter Andrew Romine lined the next pitch down the left field line for a two-run double that put the Angels ahead 3-1. The Rangers got one of the runs back in the fifth on an Andrus RBI single against Jason Vargas, who allowed two runs and six hits over six innings and struck out eight. Rios, the third batter Vargas faced, homered to left-centre for his 16th this season and fourth against the Halos. Kole Calhoun tied it with his sixth of the season leading off the second. "You never know where numbers are going to end up for a young player, but theres absolutely no doubt that he has the ability to drive the ball," manager Mike Scioscia said. "Hes a strong little guy. What his numbers will end up being, thats just going to be a function of him just continuing to put good swings on the ball." NOTES: Rangers opening day starter Matt Harrison, whose season ended after his second outing on April 6 because of back problems that required surgery twice in a span of nine days to repair a herniated disc, is scheduled to undergo Thoracic Outlet Syndrome surgery on his right side in Dallas on Monday. Harrison missed the final three months of the 2009 campaign because of the same ailment, then won 18 games last season to tie Kenny Rogers 2004 club record for left-handers. ... Andrus stole his 36th and 37th bases, tying his career best from 2011. Cheap Jerseys China NFL Jerseys China NFL Jerseys Wholesale Discount Basketball Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Authentic Cheap Baseball Jerseys Free Shipping Cheapest College Jerseys Sale Cheap Football Jerseys China Nike NFL Jerseys Canada Wholesale NHL Jerseys From China MLB Jerseys Outlet Canada Wholesale NBA Jerseys Canada Store Cheap Soccer Jerseys China Cheap Authentic Jerseys Canada ' ' '