ENGLEWOOD, Colo. Fake Vans For Sale . - Peyton Manning was sorry to see Eric Decker go and is glad hell be able to catch up with him Sunday. With Emmanuel Sanders taking over for Decker in Denver, the Broncos are humming right along without the former Broncos receiver who caught an NFL-best two dozen TD passes over the 2012 and 2013 seasons. Manning is coming off a career-best 479-yard passing performance against Arizona, which is 405 yards more than Jets QBs Geno Smith and Michael Vick combined for in a shutout loss at San Diego last week. Decker said he was under no illusions when he joined the Jets in free agency last offsea6son that New York would all of a sudden become a power passing team. I knew what the philosophy was here. I knew what challenges that we have, Decker said in a conference call with Denver media. Right now, we havent played very consistently. We havent done enough to win ballgames. The Jets (1-4) take a four-game losing streak into Sundays game against the Broncos (3-1) at MetLife Stadium, site of the Super Bowl, where Decker had one of the worst games of his career. Lined up mostly against Seahawks star cornerback Richard Sherman, Decker caught one pass for 6 yards. With big paydays for Demaryius Thomas and Julius Thomas on the horizon, the Broncos couldnt afford to break the bank for Decker like the Jets did with a five-year, $36.5 million deal. They were sad to see him leave. I know he was a very popular Denver Bronco for the way he played the game and I really enjoyed working with him, Manning said. Hes a hard worker. Hes one of the first guys that I threw to when I signed here in the spring of 2012. We developed a pretty good rapport early. And it paid off as Decker averaged 86 catches for 1,176 yards and 12 TDs in his two seasons with Manning. I was happy for him with how he was rewarded by the Jets and I sent him a text last week and if I get a chance to visit with him before or after the game, I look forward to it, Manning said. Decker looks forward to catching up, not just with old friends but production-wise. After two injury-free seasons with Manning, Decker has been hampered by a pulled hamstring since training camp. He was taken out after getting just one catch against Chicago in Week 3 as a precaution and was held out last week against the Chargers. He has just 14 catches for 204 yards and two TDs so far, not enough to help the Jets solve their offensive struggles. Im not frustrated at all with the situation. Its growing pains, Decker said. Obviously getting to know a new quarterback takes time, takes repetition, takes experience, and I havent helped myself being out with a nagging hamstring issue. Im working to get back on the field. Decker said he wasnt surprised or bothered that the Broncos didnt make a big push to re-sign him last season. He said he loved Denver and would have liked to play his entire career in the Rocky Mountains but once the Broncos didnt offer something before he became a free agent, he knew it was time to move on. I understand the business side of it and its a two-way street, Decker said. Ive got all the respect for John Elway and that organization and what theyre doing. Obviously theyve made good choices and I wouldnt say Im frustrated or mad that they didnt (re-sign him) but I would say I definitely enjoyed my time out there. And hes starting to enjoy the Big Apple, too. It just takes time to get comfortable in a new environment but I definitely feel welcomed here as well, Decker said. I have great teammates, great organization. More ma-and-pa food opportunities out here I would say as far as Italian and some of the food might be just a little bit, I wont say better, but you have more options. Thats a big difference and the weather in Denver; its hard to beat the weather in Denver. Thats something that was nice, too. Fake Vans From China . - Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Jason Babin is now a free agent. Fake Vans Website . The New York Rangers centre had a goal and two assists in a 4-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators ending a 13-game goal-scoring drought.ABBOTSFORD, B.C. - Olivier Roy made 24 saves as the Abbotsford Heat beat the Charlotte Checkers 7-1 in American Hockey League action Tuesday. Roy was making his first start with the Heat and was seven minutes away from his first career AHL shutout. The 22-year-old was acquired by the Calgary Flames from the Edmonton Oilers on Nov. 8, but was immediately assigned to their ECHL affiliate Alaska before his call up when Joey MacDonald suffered a concussion last week. When Joni Ortio was recalled to the Flames on Sunday to replace the injured Kari Ramo, Roy got his chance to start. Corban Knight had a goal and two assists to lead the way offensively. Max Reinhart and Markus Granlund had a goal and an assist, while Josh Jooris, Blair Jones, Ben Street and Carter Bancks also scored for Abbotsford (30-14-4). The Heat have now won three straight and are 4-0-2 in their past six games. With the win they move into a tie for first in the Western Conference with Grand Rapids. John Muse allowed four first-period goals on just 12 shots before Mike Murphy relieved him, making 24 saves for Charlotte (22-22-1) Philippe Cornet scored the lone Checkers goal. The Heat opened the scoring at 4:29 of the first. Jooris finished off a great Heat possession, one-timing a pass from Corey Locke in the high slott off the post and in, beating Muse glove side. Fake Vans 2020 . . Its the third straight game Jooris has scored. Roy made a big save just shy of the eight-minute mark while the Checkers were killing a penalty. Chris Terry cut to the front of the net from the corner and tried to wrap the puck around Roys right pad, but the 2009 fifth-round choice stretched out his leg to cover the far post, keeping his team up by one. Reinhart scored at 8:54 on the same power play to make it 2-0. Granlund fed it to Knight, who quickly found Reinhart backdoor for the one-timer. The Heat chased Muse from the crease with two goals in 28 seconds. First, Jones one-timed Derek Smiths set up from the left face-off dot on the power play. Then Bancks collected Lane MacDermids rebound before backhanding home a goal. Granlund scored another power-play goal, taking a loose puck in the slot and whipping one past Murphy at 8:17 of the third to give him his team-leading 20th goal of the season. Two minutes later Knight deflected Smiths point shot past Murphy to make it 6-0. Cornet broke Roys shutout bid with seven minutes to go after he one-timed Victor Rasks centring feed just inside the post. Street scored his 18th of the season, one-timing Brett Olsons set up at 14:54 to restore the six-goal cushion. ' ' '