MARTIN, Tenn. -- Kedar Edwards scored 23 points and Jacolby Mobley added another 19 by hitting five 3-pointers as Tennessee-Martin rolled past NAIA Cumberland, 95-64 Tuesday night.The game renews the series with in-state opponent Cumberland, which had been dormant since 1996. The Skyhawks now are 5-0 against the Phoenix.UT-Martin got off to a fast start, going on a 17-5 first-half run and building a 53-34 lead by intermission.The Skyhawks shot a brisk 38 of 67 (56.7 percent) for the game, knocking down 13 of 29 from beyond the arc and dishing out 28 assists.Three players finished with eight points for the Phoenix. Cumberland shot 25 of 64 (39.1 percent) and was 7 of 20 from deep (35 percent).The win is the second in a row for the Skyhawks, who earned their first win of the season Sunday by knocking off UT Rio Grande Valley, 88-80. Cheap Nike Zoom . Defencemen Drew Doughty, Shea Weber and forward Ryan Getzlaf also scored for the Canadians, who started their gold-medal defence 2-0. Goalie Roberto Luongo, getting the call in place of Game 1 starter Carey Price, was solid when needed in making 23 saves for the shutout. Nike Zoom China Wholesale .C. Lions has come to an end. Banks told TSN on Jan 2 that he had no interest in playing out the option year of his contract with the Lions in 2014, and he again made that clear in a conversation with Lions GM Wally Buono last week. http://www.nikezoomoutlet.com/ . And when it opened, every player was at his stall. Thats a sure sign that a team is in a slump and is searching for answers. "Its embarrassing to be at home and play the way we did," said defenceman Josh Gorges. Nike Zoom Online Shop . The 19-year-old Olsen played 34 games with the Kelowna Rockets of the WHL this season. In that time, hes recorded 17 goals and 17 assists with 36 penalty minutes. Nike Zoom Wholesale . 1 position. The Mustangs (6-0), who beat Queens 50-31 last weekend, earned 17 first-place votes and 287 points in voting by the Football Reporters of Canada. Western was last ranked first in the country in October 2011. Jacquizz Rodgers continued to dominate in Doug Martins absence, Matt Forte proved his doubters wrong, and Jay Ajayi ran his way into the NFL record books. Fantasy owners have some new names (Russell Shepard) to learn, as well as some old names (Cordarrelle Patterson) to ponder.And, naturally, some poor performances (DeVante Parker, Blake Bortles) that may have droppable consequences.But three injuries to running backs may have the biggest impact going forward.---THE INJURY REPORTThe most significant injury in Week 7 was LeSean McCoys aggravation of his balky hamstring. There was plenty of talk last week about not playing McCoy and letting the injury heal, but he started after some favorable pregame warmups ... and promptly got hurt again. McCoys situation should become clearer as the week goes by, but it wouldnt be surprising if the Bills sit him out for multiple weeks until hes fully healed.Tevin Coleman left the game Sunday against the Chargers with a hamstring injury and didnt return. And Jeremy Hill had a chest injury (which popped up a couple weeks ago) that could turn out to be more serious than initially thought as the week goes by. Devonta Freeman and Gio Bernard owners should keep close eyes on their timeshare counterparts.---AJAYI DAZZLES AGAINWhat Ajayi has done in the last two weeks -- 207 total yards in Week 6 and 216 total yards in Week 7 -- hasnt just been amazing, but also wholly unexpected. The Steelers and Bills run defenses arent bad, so Ajayi wouldnt have been singled out for great games; in fact, the Bills had only allowed one 100-yard rusher (Matt Forte in Week 2) in the first six weeks.Much of Ajayis success can be traced to his offensive line finally reaching full health and strength last week, which has stemmed Ryan Tannehill sack issues (hes been sacked once in the last two games) and allowed Ajayi to find holes and break free. Naturally, a momentum-killing bye is on tap for Week 8, and Ajayi then comes back to games against the Jets and Chargers, who have been fairly effective at stopping the run this season. But does that matter at this point?---MARQISE LEE IS NOW FANTASY RELEVANTJacksonville wideout Marqise Lee caught seven of eight targets for a career-high 107 yards on Sunday, improving upon his six-reception, 61-yard game in Week 7. Lee is averaging 6.8 targgets over his last five games and is one of the few bright spots on a Jaguars team in fantasy disarray.ddddddddddddhe 2012 Biletnikoff award winner, Lee was a 2014 second-round pick of the Jaguars, but has battled injuries for most of his NFL career. His recent performance, though, suggests he has solid rapport with Blake Bortles and is capable of making big plays when healthy. Owned in just two percent of CBSSports.com leagues, Lee should be one of the most-added players in fantasy heading into Week 8.---MISCELLANEOUS- Cordarrelle Pattersons stock is rising. On Sunday, he caught all seven of his targets for 67 yards and a touchdown against the Eagles -- his second straight week with a touchdown. Non-believers will say the score came in garbage time, but Patterson now has six or more targets in three straight games and gets a Week 8 date with the Bears, who have given up 235 or more yards to the oppositions wide receivers in their last three games. With six teams on bye next week, Patterson should warrant flex consideration in deeper point-per-reception formats.- Allen Robinson caught just two passes for nine yards -- off eight targets -- in Sundays loss to the Raiders. Robinson hasnt gone over 72 receiving yards in any game this season and has seen a decrease in receiving yards in each of the last four weeks. Hes in a no mans land of value -- Robinsons owners would be selling him too low, and his buyers would be inheriting serious risk. A buy-low trade offer would be worth exploring for an owner sitting at 4-3 or lower.- Latavius Murray returned from missing two weeks with turf toe to run 18 times for 59 yards and two touchdowns (while catching two passes for four yards). The DeAndre Washington/Jalen Richard rotation seems to be over now, and it looks like Murray may have re-claimed his role as the lead back for the 5-2 Raiders.- The Ravens, Rams, Dolphins, Giants, Steelers, and 49ers are on bye this week. And theres another game in London, meaning a 9:30 a.m. Eastern start on Sunday.---This column was provided to The Associated Press by the Fantasy Sports Network, http://FNTSY.com---This story has been corrected to show that the Raiders are 5-2 on the season. ' ' '