Did your Premier League team live up to expectations this weekend? Weve asked former Manchester United, Chelsea and England midfielder, and Sky Sports Now guest, Ray Wilkins to grade each side based solely on their 90-minute performance on Saturday and Sunday.So how did your team fare? Did they get an A or an F, or somewhere in between? Read on to see how each top-flight side has been ranked... Premier League results Arsenal 1-0 Norwich Everton 2-1 Bmouth Man Utd 1-1 Leicester Newcastle 1-0 Palace Stoke 1-1 Sunderland Southampton 4-2 Man City Swansea 3-1 Liverpool Watford 3-2 Aston Villa West Brom 0-3 West Ham Southampton - A+Southampton were absolutely outstanding, and Citys poor display should take nothing away form how good Ronald Koemans men were. City have short-changed fans Manchester City have short-changed supporters this season, says Graeme Souness Newcastle - A Andros Townsend netted a stunning winner against Crystal Palace Newcastle simply had to win this game. When it comes to the end of the season its all about getting results and they dealt with the pressure riding on the game remarkably well.Swansea - AThe Swans have done well under Francesco Guidolin and the victory quite rightly secured their safety in the Premier League for another season. Im delighted for them.Watford - A Troy Deeney won it for Watford with two late goals Watford did ever so well. Troy Deeney got himself in the goals again and he would have loved scoring two late goals against the Villa.West Ham - AThe Hammers have been a revelation this season and they deserve top marks for another assured display. Mark Noble proved his worth again with two well-taken goals. An all-round top performance from Slaven Bilics men.Arsenal - B Arsenals game with Norwich was subjected to a fan protest by disgruntled home supporters With protests taking place in the ground Arsenal managed to come through an awkward game with a victory. They got the job done.Aston Villa - BVilla came so close to getting the victory I wanted them to get but it wasnt to be. It was a gutsy performance that showed slight signs of improvement.Bournemouth - B Marc Pugh equalised for Bournemouth at Goodison Park Eddie Howes men have really played some wonderful football this season both at home and away, and that was the case at Goodison Park, they were just a touch unfortunate not to get something from the game.Crystal Palace - BPalace could have got back into the game at St James Park but were unfortunate to see Yohan Cabaye miss a penalty. It was a spirited display and theyve got to keep on performing in the same manner ahead of the FA Cup final.Everton - B Leighton Baines celebrates scoring his teams winning goal against Bournemouth Losing eight games at home this season has been tough for Everton so they had to win this game. They got the job done against Bournemouth and they deserve credit for that.Leicester - B The Super Sunday panel felt Leicester were fortunate not to have a penalty awarded against them at Old Trafford It wasnt the most glamourous performance from Leicester but they took a step closer to the title with a point that heaps the pressure on Spurs.Norwich - B Norwich failed to convert their bright performance into goals Up to the penalty area Norwich were superb but, unfortunately, they cant score a goal. Nathan Redmond in particular had a couple of chances but they couldnt find a way through and it cost them.Stoke - BMarco Arnautovic put Stoke ahead, I had no problems with the goal as I didnt think Younes Kaboul had been fouled in the build-up. All in all it was a fair result. Defoe earned Sunderland a point with a late penalty at the Britannia Sunderland - BI always fancy Sunderland to get something because of Jermain Defoe and that proved to be the case at the Britannia. Defoe is first class, hes a goalscorer and what hes achieved this season has been phenomenal.Liverpool - CLiverpool made a lot of changes but youd still expect them to go and perform, especially when you consider Daniel Sturridge, Christian Benteke and Lucas featured.Man Utd - C Anthony Martial capped a bright start for United with the opener at Old Trafford United were fantastic in the first 25 minutes at Old Trafford but Leicester pegged them back and they struggled to replicate their bright start as the game wore on.West Brom - CWest Brom seem to be on a little bit of a holiday at the minute and they were comprehensively beaten at home, which will no doubt disappoint Tony Pulis.Man City - E Manchester City were comprehensively beaten at St Marys City were absolutely appalling, they were nowhere near good enough. They had 11 international players playing but they just didnt apply themselves properly.What do you think? Do you agree with the ratings? 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BELLEFONTE, Pa. -- A Penn State lawyer on Monday turned claims in a civil lawsuit against a former coach who offered key testimony against Jerry Sandusky, saying its not the schools fault he cant find a coaching position but rather a response to the mans own failure to stop the child sexual abuse he witnessed.Attorney Nancy Conrad cited Mike McQuearys own words from an email as the defamation and whistleblower lawsuit began, saying the national media and public ruined him -- not Penn State.He should not be permitted to exploit the tragedy that was caused by Jerry Sandusky for his own personal financial gain, she said. McQueary is seeking at least $4 million in lost wages and other damages.Conrad said comments that flooded in to the university after Sandusky was first charged in 2011 with child molestation were deeply critical of McQueary for not acting to stop an alleged child rape.Yet he walked away, Conrad told jurors, saying any harm to McQueary is a result of his own decisions and actions.McQueary has said he happened to go to a team shower late on a Friday night in February 2001 and saw Sandusky engaging in what he concluded was a sexual act with a boy about 10 to 12 years old. He slammed his locker shut and saw they had separated, but did not say anything to Sandusky, a retired assistant coach, nor did he report the matter to police.Instead, he met about the incident the next day with then-head coach Joe Paterno, and more than a week later with two high-ranking school officials.Nothing happened until nearly a decade later, when police investigating other complaints about Sandusky got a tip to contact McQueary. His testimony helped convict Sandusky of being a sexually violent predator, and Sandusky is now serving a lengthy prison sentence while appealing a 45-count conviction.McQueary says he was put on leave, and then his expired contract was not renewed as retaliation for his help in the criminal case. 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McQueary told her he felt he had not been properly supported during a prosecution news conference, his story had not been accurately told in a grand jury report and that he felt he was being vilified.Former university lawyer Wendell Courtney recounted telling one of the administrators, Gary Schultz, to report the shower incident matter to child welfare authorities.It was my assessment that the appropriate course of conduct would be to report it and let the Department of Public Welfare investigate it in a manner it deemed appropriate, Courtney said.He said Schultz described the incident as horseplay and did not mention any sexual component, as McQueary claims he related to Schultz, then the schools vice president with supervisory authority over police, and Tim Curley, then the athletic director.Lisa Powers told jurors that Spanier knew at least a week ahead of time that Sandusky, Curley and Schultz were going to be charged in November 2011. He called her into a meeting with then-general counsel Cynthia Baldwin and Steve Garbin, then the trustees chairman, to work on a news release -- a statement the lawsuit claims made it appear McQueary had lied.Powers said Spanier seemed to have formed a strong opinion.He had already indicated that he knew that the charges were groundless, Powers testified. He felt it was an attack on his leadership team and nothing more. ' ' '