PRATTVILLE, Ala. Jalyn Holmes Jersey . - Mi Jung Hur was finally able to relax for a couple of holes after matching top-ranked Stacy Lewis stroke for stroke Sunday in the final round of the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic. The 24-year-old South Korean player never gave up the last-day lead on her way to a tournament-record 21-under 267 total. Hur birdied four of the final eight holes to beat Lewis by four strokes for her second LPGA Tour victory. The each shot 6-under 66. Hur was able to savour the end of her round, at least. She made a 36-foot birdie putt on No. 11 and set up much easier birdies after that, including one on No. 16. "After I made that, I definitely think about winning," she said. "The last two holes, I really enjoyed the golf." She allowed herself to go from relief to tears of joy before her second shot on the final hole as she wrapped up her first victory since 2009. Her father, Kwan Moo, served as her caddie and was able to share the moment as she bowed her head crying for several seconds when the win was official. "Its definitely an exciting week for me," Hur said. "I started with two birdies and it made me so much more comfortable the rest of the round. But Stacy played so well and I definitely thought about her. "I just played my own game, and after nine holes I made a few birdies on the back nine." Hur opened with rounds of 64, 70 and 67 on Capitol Hills links-style Senator layout. She broke the tournament mark of 19 under set by Katherine Hull-Kirk in 2010. It was the best 72-hole score of Hurs career. She saw on the leaderboard that Lewis had climbed to 16 under with a birdie on No. 10. Hur kept up her own string of birdies with four in six holes starting on No. 11. "It made me a little nervous, but I just focused on my ball and played my own game," she said. Lewis won in 2012 at the tournament that was dropped from the schedule last year after losing its title sponsor. She also closed with a 66. Rookie Paula Reto was third at 14 under after a 73. She shared the third-round lead with Hur at 15 under. Kris Tamulis was fourth at 13 under after a 70. Hur gained two strokes on Reto with a long birdie putt on the first hole while the former Purdue player from South Africa two-putted for bogey. Hur birdied the second hole as well while Reto had a bogey on No. 3. Reto worked her way back to 16 under before back-to-back bogeys on Nos. 11 and 12 put her four strokes back again. Lewis, a three-time winner this year, opened with four birdies in a six-hole stretch starting on No. 3. She finished her bogey-free round with five straight pars, not enough to close the gap on Hur. Lewis said it was one of her best days striking the ball "in a long time." She said the 18th hole was the only time on the back nine where she didnt have a potential birdie putt of 15 feet or less. "You get events where people kind of run away with tournaments," Lewis said. "Ive done it before. Its just golf. I played well, gave myself a ton of opportunities for birdies, which that was the goal coming into the day. "I would have liked to have made a couple of more to give her something to think about coming up those last few." Kirk Cousins Vikings Jersey . -- Andrew Wiggins is from Canada, Wayne Selden from Massachusetts and Joel Embiid from the African nation of Cameroon. Mike Remmers Jersey . -- Adrian Peterson remained in a walking boot to treat a high ankle sprain on his left leg on Wednesday, and coach Leslie Frazier said he will not play on Sunday against Atlanta if he cant hit the practice field in the next two days. http://www.vikingsteamofficial.com/kendall-wright-jersey/ . PAUL, Minn.Saints look to keep NFC South lead against Falcons The NFL has waited all season for the NFC South race to heat up, and entering Week 16, it finally has. The Atlanta Falcons travel to New Orleans this week to face the Saints in a matchup that has major implications of the division’s playoff spot. Despite being inactive against the Steelers in Week 15, Jones still ranks second in NFL receiving yards. The Falcons (5-9) sit one game behind the Saints in the standings, but with a win would take over the NFC South lead with a 2-0 head-to-head record against the Saints. With a victory, New Orleans can put themselves a win over the lowly Buccaneers next week away from a playoff home game. The Falcons have dropped two straight games and three of their last four, but a win over the Saints could allow their game against the Carolina Panthers in Week 17 to decide the division crown. The Falcons will receive a major boost if Julio Jones can suit up against the Saints, Atlanta’s leading receiver missed last week’s game against the Steelers with a hip injury. Panthers hope to keep pressure on Saints, Falcons The Carolina Panthers muddle the NFC South standings with their tie earlier in the season against the Cincinnati Bengals. Due to the tie, the Panthers sit second in the NFC South, half a game ahead of the Falcons and half a game behind the Saints. Newton practiced for the first time since the car accident on Wednesday. In order to have a chance at the playoffs, the Panthers need the Saints to lose at least one game. Their best chance of seeing that is likely this week against the Falcons. With a win this week over the Cleveland Browns, the Panthers can keep themselves in the hunt for a playoff spot. However, a Panthers loss and a Saints win would crown New Orleans as the champions. The Panthers could receive a major boost this week if quarterback Cam Newton returns from a back injury. Derek Anderson started for the Panthers last week as Newton was sidelined by injuries sustained in a car accident. Manziel tries to improve on woeful start Trying to put a major dent in the Panthers’ playoff hopes are Johnny Manziel’s Cleveland Browns. The Browns have lost three straight games to see their playoff hopes all but disappear and turned to Manziel last week looking for a spark. The plan appeared to backfire as the Browns were shut out by the Cincinnati Bengals in the team’s worst offensive game of the year. Manziel completed 10 of his 18 passes last week for just 80 yards in the loss. He also threw two interceptions and was sacked three times. Things likely cannot get any worse for the rookie in his second start, however. 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The Cardinals defeated the Rams last week, but Lindley completed just four of his 10 passes for 30 yards. The Seahawks have not battled the same injury adversity as the Cardinals this season, but have rebounded from a surprising 3-3 start with wins in seven of their last eight games. Lindley has never thrown a touchdown in the NFL. He has thrown seven career interceptions. The Seahawks secondary – or “Legion of Boom” – is not an ideal unit for Lindley to make his fifth career start against. The ‘LOB’ allows a league-low 184 passing yards per game this season and boasts first and second-team All-Pros in Richard Sherman, Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas. With a win, the Seahawks will be a Week 17 win over the St. Louis Rams away from repeating a regular-season NFC Champions. If Lindley can lead the Cardinals to victory, Arizona will be two home wins in the playoffs away from becoming the first team to play at home in the Super Bowl. 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