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Wednesday, January 18, 2017
07:45 PM - January 18, 2017. Written by Midnite2sixman
Matchup Preview | January 22, 2017
Minnesota Vikings
(13-4, 6-2 Away)
Dallas Cowboys
(14-3, 7-2 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
7147 (12)Total Yards7350 (2)
6016 (9)Total Offensive Yards6459 (2)
3541 (23)Passing Yards4489 (3)
2475 (1)Rushing Yards1970(12)
26.2 (9)Points Per Game32.3 (1)
23 (23)Passing TD35 (3)
25 (2)Rushing TD24 (4)
293 (6)First Downs309 (3)
69 (3)Red Zone Attempts69
39-14Red Zone TD-FG42-7
76% (16)Red Zone Percentage71% (22)
Defensive Stats Comparison
5006 (3)Total Yards Allowed5838 (22)
3471 (4)Passing Yards Allowed4136 (25)
1535 (2)Rushing Yards Allowed1702 (7)
310 (4)Points Allowed356 (10)
42 (14)Sacks57 (1)
20 (1)Fumble Recoveries12 (15)
12 (27)Interceptions24 (2)
19.3Points Per Game22.2
49Red Zone Attempts53
28-10Red Zone TD-FG23-14
77%Red Zone Percentage69%
Injury Report
Cordarrelle Patterson-WR (Elbow)
La'el Collins-LG (Thumb)
Adrian Peterson-RB (Ankle)
Sean Lee-LB (Shoulder)

Cedric Thornton-DT (Quad)

Ezekiel Elliot-RB (Elbow)
Game Notes
NFC Championship Game. Dallas defeated Minnesota 19-16 in week 13 in Minnesota.
Dynasty: Midnite2sixman
07:26 PM - January 18, 2017. Written by Midnite2sixman
Matchup Preview | January 22, 2017
Pittsburgh Steelers
(12-6, 7-2 Away)
New England Patriots
(12-5, 7-2 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
7723 (1)Total Yards7325 (5)
6797 (1)Total Offensive Yards6201 (5)
4506(2)Passing Yards4660 (1)
2291 (2)Rushing Yards1541 (27)
31.1 (2)Points Per Game29.8 (3)
32 (5)Passing TD40 (1)
28 (1)Rushing TD15 (21)
316 (1)First Downs312 (2)
75 (1)Red Zone Attempts71 (2)
44-12Red Zone TD-FG42-14
74% (18)Red Zone Percentage78% (9)
Defensive Stats Comparison
5432 (8)Total Yards Allowed5226 (4)
1819 (8)Passing Yards Allowed3738 (15)
1819 (16)Rushing Yards Allowed1488 (1)
366 (14)Points Allowed274 (2)
18 (32)Sacks41 (16)
10 (21)Fumble Recoveries2 (32)
20 (6)Interceptions25 (1)
22.8Points Per Game17.1
49Red Zone Attempts47
28-7Red Zone TD-FG21-16
71%Red Zone Percentage78%
Injury Report
Ross Cockrell-CB (Elbow)
Rob Gronkowski-TE (Back)
Bud Dupree-LB (Torn Pectoral)
Julian Edelman-WR (Back)
Marcus Gilbert-RT (Hip)

Ross Ventrone-SS (Groin)

Game Notes
AFC Championship Game. Steelers defeated the Patriots 27-24 in week 7 in Pittsburgh.
Dynasty: Midnite2sixman
11:32 AM - January 18, 2017. Written by Midnite2sixman
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Sunday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Pittsburgh at New England 3pm (CBS)
Minnesota at Dallas 6:30 (Fox)
Dynasty: Midnite2sixman
11:08 AM - January 18, 2017. Written by Midnite2sixman
NFL Standings - Updated: Jan 1,
Dallas Cowboys133
Washington Redskins115
New York Giants 106
Philadelphia Eagles610
Minnesota Vikings124
Green Bay Packers88
Detroit Lions511
Chicago Bears412
Tampa Bay Buccaneers88
New Orleans Saints88
Carolina Panthers79
Atlanta Falcons79
Arizona Cardinals 115
Seattle Seahawks115
Los Angeles Rams 511
San Francisco 49ers313
1.Dallas Cowboys133
2.Minnesota Vikings124
3.Arizona Cardinals 115
4.Tampa Bay Buccaneers88
5.Washington Redskins115
6.Seattle Seahawks115
New England Patriots115
Buffalo Bills106
New York Jets97
Miami Dolphns88
Pittsburgh Steelers106
Baltimore Ravens88
Cincinatti Bengals610
Cleveland Browns016
Tennessee Titans79
Indianapolis Colts79
Houston Texans610
Jacksonville Jaguars511
Denver Broncos115
Kansas City Chiefs115
Oakland Raiders115
San Diego Chargers610
1.New England Patriots115
2.Denver Broncos115
3.Pittsburgh Steelers106
4.Tennessee Titans79
5.Kansas City Chiefs115
6.Oakland Raiders115
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Dynasty: Midnite2sixman
Monday, January 16, 2017
10:57 AM - January 16, 2017. Written by Steelers4190
Miami Dolphins at Pittsburgh Steelers
Miami Dolphins (9-7)0100010
Pittsburgh Steelers (13-3)72171045
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense165471
Rushing Yards88146
Passing Yards77325
First Downs920
Punt Return Yards042
Kick Return Yards93122
Total Yards258635
3rd Down Converstion510
4th Down Conversion00
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals
Posession Time20:0839:52
Miami Dolphins
Ryan Tannehill2/101001
Brandon Doughty3/73701
Ryan Nassib2/73001
Kenyan Drake17663.90
Josh Robinson6122.01
Ryan Tannehill3103.30
Martellus Bennet34013.30
Seth Roberts22914.50
Devonte Parker122.00
Jarvis Landry166.00
Pittsburgh Steelers
Ben Roethlisberger28/4032551
DeAngelo Williams21904.31
Kenan McMillan 9242.70
Le'Veon Bell4164.00
Eli Rogers710915.61
Antonio Brown69716.21
Martavis Bryant44310.80
Ladarius Green4399.81
Sammie Coates 22512.51
Jesse James263.01
DeAngelo Williams252.50
Angelo Roan91.500
Bud Dupree51.500
Ryan Shazier5000
Cam Heyward40.500
Stephon Tuitt4100
Javon Hargrave41.500
Sean Davis4020
Mike Mitchell4010
Chris Boswell1/16/6923
Jordan Berry29648.01
Sammie Coates212261.00
Demarcus Ayers5428.40
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After a dominating 40-13 win over the visiting Bengals the Dolphins packed their bags and headed up north to Heinz Field to take on the number one seeded Pittsburgh Steelers. The Dolphins' backfield would be down a horse as they lost Jay Ajayi to injury in their victory over the Bengals. The Steelers got off to a fast start taking the opening kick off 91 yards inside the Dolphins' ten yard line. Ben Roethlisberger would throw his first of five TDs as he hit Jesse James two plays later. The Steelers dominated from the word go creating constant pressure and forcing two Dolphin QBs from the game with injuries. They intercepted three passes each one being from a different QB. The Steelers didn't leave the game unscathed as Le'Veon Bell left the game early with an ankle injury, but it is not expected to hold him out of the AFC Championship Game. The Steelers will host the winner of the Chiefs and Titans.
Dynasty: Steelers4190
Sunday, January 15, 2017
03:23 PM - January 15, 2017. Written by glenzariczny
Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers
Dec 11, 20161ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Seattle Seahawks (12-1)0140620
Green Bay Packers (6-7)606012
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense404232
Rushing Yards16223
Passing Yards242209
First Downs1911
Punt Return Yards382
Kick Return Yards410
Total Yards483234
3rd Down Converstion5-11 (45%)6-15 (40%)
4th Down Conversion0-0 (0%)0-1 (0%)
2-Point Conversion0-0 (0%)0-1 (0%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/2 (100%)0/2 (100%)
Posession Time34:4425:13
Scoring Summary
8:27(GNB) Mason Crosby, 28 Yd FG03
1:28(GNB) Mason Crosby, 35 Yd FG06
11:06(SEA) Jermaine Kearse, 3 Yd pass from Russell Wilson (Steven Hauschka Kick)76
8:49(SEA) Jermaine Kearse, 73 Yd pass from Russell Wilson (Steven Hauschka Kick)146
3:06(GNB) Blake Martinez, returned interception 66 Yds (2-Pt Conv Failed)1412
9:48(SEA) Steven Hauschka, 19 Yd FG1712
0:18(SEA) Steven Hauschka, 37 Yd FG2012
Seattle Seahawks
Russell Wilson22/3226123
Thomas Rawls281415.00
Christine Michael Sr.7152.10
Russell Wilson166.00
Jermaine Kearse612120.12
Jimmy Graham55410.80
Paul Richardson55110.20
Doug Baldwin3248.00
Nick Vannett177.00
Luke Willson177.00
Thomas Rawls1-3-3.00
Bobby Wagner110.010
Cliff Avril72.000
Michael Bennett71.000
DeShawn Shead50.000
Earl Thomas III50.000
K.J. Wright51.000
Ahtyba Rubin31.000
Tharold Simon20.010
Steven Hauschka2/32/2837
Jon Ryan28241.01
Doug Baldwin24120.50
Doug Baldwin33812.60
Green Bay Packers
Aaron Rodgers21/4123802
Eddie Lacy14231.60
Jordy Nelson47218.00
Eddie Lacy6498.10
Jeff Janis23919.50
Richard Rodgers5357.00
Randall Cobb33210.60
DaVante Adams11111.00
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix150.000
Clay Matthews113.000
Jake Ryan90.000
Kroy Biermann90.500
Damarious Randall80.010
Morgan Burnett80.000
Nick Perry70.500
Quinten Rollins60.000
Mike Daniels60.000
Chris Banjo50.000
Carl Bradford40.010
Blake Martinez10.011
Mason Crosby2/20/0635
Brandon Fields624240.31
Randall Cobb122.00
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Dynasty: glenzariczny
12:00 PM - January 15, 2017. Written by Steelers4190

QB: Russell Wilson (Sea)
RB: Ezekiel Elliot (Dal)
Flex: Le'Veon Bell (Pit)
TE: Eric Ebron (Det)
WR: Antonio Brown (Pit)-----Allen Robinson (Jax)
LT: Tyron Smith (Dal)
LG: Andrew Norwell (Car)
C: Alex Mack (Atl)
RG: Zack Martin (Dal)
RT: Marcus Gilbert (Pit)


Edge Rushers: Khalil Mack (Oak)------Kony Ealy (Car)
Interior lineman: Damon Harrison (NYG)------Sheldon Rankins (NO)
Linebackers: Luke Kuechly (Car)----- Ryan Shazier (Pit)----Bud Dupree (Pit)
Cornerbacks: Jamar Taylor (Cle)------Jason McCourty (Ten)
Safeties: Harrison Smith (Min)------Adrain Amos (Chi)
Defensive Back: Marcus Peters (KC)

Special Teams:
Place Kicker: Chris Boswell (Pit)
Punter: Pat McAfee (Ind)
Punt Returner: Sintamuel Sayers (Chi)
Kick Returner: Tyler Lockett (Sea)
Dynasty: Steelers4190
11:00 AM - January 15, 2017. Written by Steelers4190
So due to unfortunate circumstances the rural road I was on was without internet for about a week. Due to this I was typing all my posts on a word document and was going to paste them here.......unfortunately I have lost the document . Will be posting the end of the season recap and will be sure to update the season weekly in the following seasons.

NFL Standings - Updated: Jan 7, 2017
Dallas Cowboys (Y)1150527331
Washington Redskins (X)1060439419
New York Giants (X)970374392
Philadelphia Eagles4120339456
Chicago Bears (Z)1240427317
Green Bay Packers970460382
Minnesota Vikings970398350
Detroit Lions790432457
Carolina Panthers (Y)1150391285
Atlanta Falcons970393392
New Orleans Saints880472436
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3130338440
Seattle Seahawks (Y)1240425306
Los Angeles Rams790395421
Arizona Cardinals 6100384435
San Francisco 49ers5110336428
Miami Dolphins (Y)970389438
New York Jets970378399
New England Patriots790368383
Buffalo Bills 6100330401
Pittsburgh Steelers (Z)1330604300
Cincinnati Bengals (X)970407395
Baltimore Ravens880374382
Cleveland Browns4120310439
Tennessee Titans (Y)1150473413
Indianapolis Colts6100334481
Jacksonville Jaguars 6100406459
Houston Texans5110371450
Kansas City Chiefs (Y)1060482360
Denver Broncos (X)970428401
Oakland Raider6100309383
Los Angeles Chargers6100363419
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Team Rankings:

OFF Yards: 1st (464.4 YPG)
OFF Points: 1st (37.8 PPG)

DEF Yards: 7th (332.3 YPG)
DEF Points: 2nd (18.8 PPG)

SACKS: 4th (56)
INTS: T-5th (19)

Pittsburgh Steelers Stats - 2017
Ben Roethlisberger397/572 (69%)4,9858.7311.6884310116.6
Brian Hoyer47/63 (74%)5188.239.87342106.4
Le'Veon Bell3061,6175.37916107.81
Fitzgerald Toussaint561612.911317.90
DeAngelo Williams571452.5339.70
Ben Roethlisberger16483.0813.06
Kenan McMillan8212.6801.31
Martavis Bryant6172.82101.10
Antonio Brown11111.000.70
Eli Rogers 133.0010.20
Antonio Brown1061,57114.8138898.2700
Martavis Bryant671,02715.3128568.5457
Le'Veon Bell625448.802636.3480
Ladarius Green5464311.964240.2269
Eli Rogers5170613.848044.1295
Jesse James302779.242617.379
Sammie Coates2533013.256120.6248
Demarcus Ayers131088.32218.341
Kurt Bauman 1112211.102061.037
DeAngelo Williams7578.10183.840
Xavier Grimble 6569.30143.59
Roosevelt Nix2105.0170.64
Alejandro Villanueva5
David DeCastro3
Maurkice Pouncey3
Marcus Gilbert 2
Ramon Foster2
B.J. Finney1
Chris Hubbard 1
Jerald Hawkins0
Ryan Shazier64651293.512631
Lawrence Timmons53551085.012120
William Gay49571061.08631
Mike Mitchell525310506420
Sean Davis4153940.561210
Bud Dupree43347712.016200
Artie Burns482977051230
Ross Cockrell3532721.071730
Cam Heyward2231555.57101
Stephon Tuitt2426507.010100
Anthony Chickillo2325484.07110
Angelo Roan2221435.03100
Vince Williams14132701100
Jimmy Belcher2062600010
Javon Hargrave138217.54000
Robert Golden8101801100
Lewis Seigler8101800200
Arthur Moats37100.51000
Harmon Gilberry61701000
Senquez Golson42600000
Justin Gilbert33600000
Rioll Gash4261.00000
Tyler Matakevich44801000
Field GoalsExtra Points
Chris Boswell313686%53627088%155
Jordan Berry482,26647.241.80164
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Team Awards:
Team MVP: QB Ben Roethlisberger
Joe Green Award: Angelo Roan

League Awards:

2017 NFL Awards
Most Valuable PlayerRussell WilsonQBSeattle Seahawks
Coach of the YearJohn FoxChicago Bears (12-4)
Offensive Player of the YearBen RoethlisbergerQB Pittsburgh Steelers
Defensive Player of the YearKony EalyDTCarolina Panthers
Offensive Rookie of the YearBlake AnguloQBChicago Bears
Defensive Rookie of the YearMack HensonCBIndianapolis Colts
Best QuarterbackRussell WilsonQB Seattle Seahawks
Best Running BackEzekiel ElliotRBDallas Cowboys
Best Wide ReceiverAntonio BrownWR Pittsburgh Steelers
Best Offensive LinemanZack MartinOGDallas Cowboys
Best Defensive LinemanKony EalyDTCarolina Panthers
Best LinebackerLuke Kuechly MLBCarolina Panthers
Best Defensive BackJason McCourtyCBTennessee Titans
Best KickerChris BoswellK Pittsburgh Steelers
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The Steelers enter the postseason as the number seed in the AFC and while holding the best record in all of football. Offensively the Steelers were led by their big three. Roethlisberger turned in his best season of his great career tying his career high in completion percentage while throwing for career highs in yards and TDs. Many around the building feel that it is down right ridiculous that he did not win the MVP. Le'Veon Bell continued to be a threat on the ground and through the air. His 1,617 yards and 16 TDs were both second in the NFL this season. Antonio Brown makes 100+ catch seasons look routine as he posted his 5th straight season of doing so. His 106 receptions led the league while his 1,571 yards were second in the league. He was also 2nd in TDs. The Steeler air attack was far from a one man show. Martavis Bryant returned from his suspension with a bang as he posted his first 1,000 yard season of his career and was tied for third in the NFL in TD catches at 12. Ladarius Green and Jesse James was the most productive TE tandem in the league as they combined for 84 receptions for 920 yards and 10 TDs. Eli Rogers continued to show his savviness in the slot as he consistently moved the chains for the high powered offense. Sammie Coates contributed with big play ability finding the endzone 5 times on just 25 catches. As a whole the Steelers had 8 different receivers catch TDs this year. The offensive line created holes for All-Pro Le'Veon Bell and kept QB Ben Roethlisberger clean as they continued to show that they can rival the group in Dallas. The Defense was led by ILB Ryan Shazier who turned an all pro season. He was all over the place recording sacks, INTs, and TFLs. The Steelers got after QBs all year long and took advantage of mistake throws from QBs. If there is one area of concern is their propensity to blitz has led to some big plays. The Steelers will have to limit those if they wish to continue being a top defense in the postseason.
Dynasty: Steelers4190
Saturday, January 14, 2017
11:47 AM - January 14, 2017. Written by Toastandtoaster
Seahawks 27
Vikings 20

Key takeaways
1:Even though it's he first preseason game, I had thought our team played well enough to win. With the new playbooks, learning them will take time. So a not so short leash will be had. As far as playbook learning goes.

2:No idea why Marshawn Lynch racked up 42 carries in the first preseason game and it seemed like they had first team defense out there for most of the game as well. As I had run with 1st team for the 1st half, and 2nd for the 3rd quarter and 3rd string for the 4th. I thought we played well. A lot of tackles were missed in the second half and Seattle was driving the ball easily down the stretch against our depth players but for the most part everything went to plan and it was a great game outcome for us.

3:Position battles are shaping up nicely. No clear winners yet, and they only one to take a step back would be Ponder. He had multiple chances to drive down and score in the fourth, but just couldn't execute. He held the ball for far too long on quick reads and just wasn't really effective. But next week vs the Ravens he will get first team reps so that will show his true ability to challenge for the position.
Dynasty: Toastandtoaster

QB1:Teddy Bridgewater/Matt Cassel
QB2:M.Cassel/Christian Ponder
RB2:Matt Asiata/Jerick McKinnon
WR1/2:Greg Jennings/Jerome Simpson/Cordarrelle Patterson
RG1:Vladimir Ducasse/Brandon Fusco
CB2:Xavier Rhodes/Derek Cox
SS1:Andrew Sendejo/Jamarca Sanford

Primarily, the battles I'm watching are Both QB spots since I believe in having a good backup, the WR spots since I very rarely use 3 or more WRs so a 2 WR base needs to be the best ones, and the CB 2 spot. A classic veteran vs rookie battle.
Dynasty: Toastandtoaster
This is my first dynasty so bear with me for awhile while I get the hang of things.

I am using Goody's sliders.
15 minute quarters.
A semi updated roster. I can't remember who made it, but it is current in that Teddy Bridgewater is a rookie.

Coach's name is my own, Chris Condon
Playbooks: Offense:Slightly modified Army run.
Defense: Modified Zimmer 4-3
Skills: PHY:QB/OL LVL 3

*Coach Condon, having no NFL coaching experience let alone any college coaching experience, how do you believe that you are the right man for the job?

+Well I would believe that, that question would come as more of a question for the owner than myself but I'll try and keep our conversations in the hiring process simplified. The owner, Mr. Wilf, believes that the team became too exotic. Why build a passing game around a great RB in Adrian who can't catch? If he is your center stone, why isn't the offense conforming to him. Ziggy has been a great supporter of the gophers football team I volunteer as a scout for. He had noticed that many of the players I had coached at the Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity highschool football team had gone to the gophers and had very well success. So I do believe he wants a hometown coach for a good old fashioned team.

*What kind of offense and defense will you bring to this team?

+The same gameplans I have coached for years. I bring an old school offense filled with split backs and near formations and some full house. No shotgun. Everything is under center. As for defense, I like to run a base cover 2 4-3, with a rarely seen today 4-4 on running downs. Both schemes have a variety of man coverage and blitzes in them to keep defenders guessing. As with the 4-4, you always have 8 in the box, but you could bring any number of people in to blitz. The confusion is never ending. I never understood why it isn't used a lot any more. One more question please.

*How do you expect to succeed in a old school power running game when everything about this game has evolved into a passing league?

+That's exactly why it will work. Nobody has seen these formations in a long time in this league and the players maybe haven't since high school. Confusion wins a lot of games. Just ask the 85 bears and their 46 or Bill Walsh about his quick slinging QBs. Trends come and go. I'm ready for the running revaluation again. It's just a matter of time before we will need to change our game. But hopefully that won't come before a couple of rings. Now if you will excuse me, my wife has a pot roast in the oven that I can smell from here. Thank you.
Dynasty: Toastandtoaster
Saturday, January 7, 2017
10:00 AM - January 7, 2017. Written by Steelers4190
Pittsburgh Steelers Depth Chart - 2017
Regular Offense
WRAntonio BrownEli Rogers (Slot 1)Demarcus Ayers (Slot 2)Kurt Bauman (Slot 3)
TELadarius GreenJesse JamesXavier Grimble
LTAlejandro VillaneuvaJerald HawkinsChris Hubbard
LGRamon FosterB.J. FinneyChris Hubbard
CMaurkice PounceyB.J. FinneyChris Hubbard
RGDavid DeCastroB.J. FinneyChris Hubbard
RTMarcus GilbertJerald HawkinsChris Hubbard
WRMartavis BryantSammie Coates Cobi Hamilton
QBBen RoethlisbergerBrian Hoyer
FBRoosevelt NixJesse James
HBLe'Veon BellDeAngelo WilliamsFitzgerald ToussaintKenan McMilan
Base 3-4 Defense
LDECameron HeywardRioll GashL.T. Walton
NTJavon HargraveDan McCullers
RDEStephon TuittL.T. WaltonJohnny Maxey
LOLBBud DupreeAngelo RoanArthur Moats
LILBRyan ShazierTyler Matakevich
RILBLawrence TimmonsVince Williams
ROLBAnthony ChickilloAngelo RoanArthur Moats
CBRoss CockrellJimmy BelcherJustin Gilbert
SSSean DavisRobert GoldenHarmon Gilberry
FSMike MitchellLewis Seigler
CBArtie BurnsWilliam Gay (Slot CB 1)Senquez Golson (Slot CB 2)
Special Teams
KChris Boswell
PJordan Berry
HJordan Berry
PRDemarcus AyersKurt BaumanEli Rogers
KRKenan McMilanSammie CoatesJustin Gilbert
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A look at the depth chart shows a couple of things. OLB Anthony Chickillo won the starting job opposite of Bud Dupree and Angelo Roan showed enough to be the third guy in the rotation working both sides. Jerald Hawkins will serve as the team's swing tackle and Finney will work all three interior spots. Chris Hubbard has the ability to work all five spots giving us position flexibility and even more added depth. William Gay was able to hold on to his slot CB spot. Golson may push for time though due to him being athletically superior at this point. Jimmy Belcher will be the first outside CB off the bench if an injury occurs to Burns or Cockrell. Kenan McMilan won himself a KR spot and Demarcus Ayers will start the season as the PR, but a rotation could take palce to give Kurt Bauman who snuck onto the final 53 a chance to field some. Karlos Williams was cut during final cuts due to his 10 game suspension and the desire to keep certain guys who are in our plans beyond this season. Cobi Hamilton also found a way to stick around on the roster. Where he lacks in NFL athleticism he makes up with grit and unselfishness. He will serve as a key STer and is the best run blocking WR on the roster. Undrafted rookie Harmon Gilberry made the roster and will be contributing on ST while also serving as a reserve safety.

2017 Schedule:

@ Bengals
@ Titans
@ Raider
vs Browns
@ Ravens
vs Patriots
vs Jaguars
@ Texans
vs Bengals
@ Lions
vs Ravens
@ Packers
vs Vikings
vs Colts
@ Browns
vs Bears
Dynasty: Steelers4190
09:19 AM - January 7, 2017. Written by Steelers4190
Washington Redskins at Pittsburgh Steelers
Washington Redskins ()0140721
Pittsburgh Steelers ()71401738
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense442374
Rushing Yards115111
Passing Yards327263
First Downs1919
Punt Return Yards815
Kick Return Yards120127
Total Yards570516
3rd Down Converstion65
4th Down Conversion10
2-Point Conversion
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals
Posession Time29:2730:33
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GAME NOTES: The Starters got a very limited action, but looked good. They scored on their lone drive with Ben throwing a TD toss to Eli Rogers to cap the drive. Zach Mettenberger had a great day throwing for 156 yards and a TD to Darrius Heyward-Bey. Defensively we had some bright spots. The starters got a three and out and reserve CB Justin Gilbert had a pick six as he fights for his roster spot.

CUTS: RB Trey Williams, RB Dreamius Smith, WR Marcus TUcker, C Quinton Schooley, RT Brian Mihalik, and DE Caushaud Lyons


Oakland Raiders at Pittsburgh Steelers
Oakland Raiders ()0314320
Pittsburgh Steelers ()10714233
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense276476
Rushing Yards66174
Passing Yards210302
First Downs1021
Punt Return Yards521
Kick Return Yards13567
Total Yards416573
3rd Down Converstion313
4th Down Conversion10
2-Point Conversion
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals
Posession Time20:0539:55
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GAME NOTES: Starters received a little more work. Roethlisberger threw two TDs in two drives. Brian Hoyer had a stronger performance than he did in week 1 throwing two TDs as well. Sammie Coates posted over 100 yards on 5 catches and a TD to keep his name in the rotation as WR Cobi Hamilton caught a TD to keep his name in the mix to make the final 53. Mettenberger had a terrible follow up to his performance from last week. 1st Round pick Jimmy Belcher record an interception and 6 passes defended.

Week 3:
STEELERS @ Dolphins
28 7

GAME NOTES: Starters played 3 quarters and left the game with a 21-0 lead. Ben threw for 149 yards a TD and an INT while going 13 of 17. Le'Veon Bell had over 100 and 2 TDs on 10 carries. Antonio Brown had 81 yards receiving on 5 catches and a TD. Sammie Coates caught another TD from Brian Hoyer. Making it hard to keep him off the field.

CUTS: WR Antwan Goodley, RT Ryan Harris, CB AL-Hajj Shabazz, WR Darrius Heyward-Bey, and LB L.J. Fort.

Week 4:
STEELERS @ Buccaneers
38 17

CUTS: QB Zach Mettenberg, LT Reid Griggs (PS), LB Darby Johnstone (PS), OLB Shaq Riddick, S Daimion Stafford, FB Lamarcus McWilliams (PS), TE Mason Tynes (PS), RB Karlos Williams Sr, S Jordan Dangerfield and RT Matt Feiler
Dynasty: Steelers4190
09:18 AM - January 7, 2017. Written by thegna4

New York Knicks (6-12) at Minnesota Timberwolves (6-12)
Nov 30, 20161234Final
New York2415261984
Top Performers
New York Knicks
Anthony - 37 pts
Porzingis - 11 pts, 13 reb
Minnesota Timberwolves
Towns - 41 pts, 12 reb, 4 blk
Dieng - 14 pts, 9 reb
Team Stats Comparison
FG Made-Att37-8634-71
3PT Made-Att6-236-23
FT Made-Att4-415-16
New York Knicks
Derrick Rose364-141-80-0171039
Justin Holiday273-61-40-0100007
Carmelo Anthony3616-283-52-24310137
Kristaps Porzingis325-121-10-013212111
Joakim Noah324-80-00-01002108
Courtney Lee231-40-10-0031002
Brandon Jennings172-50-12-2010036
Kyle O'Quinn150-50-20-0621000
Willy Hernangomez131-20-00-0520002
Mindaugas Kuzminskas91-20-10-0221002
Minnesota Timberwolves
Ricky Rubio320-00-02-2370022
Zach LaVine364-141-40-0350019
Andrew Wiggins323-92-50-0533038
Gorgui Dieng326-90-02-29200114
Karl-Anthony Towns3617-252-44-512214041
Nemanja Bjelica210-30-22-2411002
Shabazz Muhammad192-81-73-3211118
Kris Dunn161-20-12-2051044
Cole Aldrich161-10-00-0410102
Dynasty: thegna4
08:30 AM - January 7, 2017. Written by Steelers4190
Cleveland Browns
HC Hue Jackson returns to lead the Browns after a season that led to the number one overall pick. The Browns are a young team that showed fight last season. They look to be improved and their first three picks, all within the first thirty-three picks of the draft, look to step in as immediate starters. The Browns selected QB Shawn Leonhardt out of Indiana University with the thirteenth pick. Leonhardt played under Steelers HC Nick Cotner at Indiana and the Browns are hoping they finally hit on the position with the pick. Hue Jackson's staff has been very pleased with what he has shown this summer. The Browns have a solid group of backs with none being over the age of 24. Isaiah Crowell will lead the way as he comes off a 1,000 yard season and has a new contract to show for it. At the WR position Terrelle Pryor will lead the way after posting 81 catches for 1,125 yards and 13 TDs. He will be joined by last season's number one pick Cory Coleman and free agent acquisition Adam Thielen. Gary Barnidge will once again be the lead TE. The offensive line looks to be improved with the main battle being at Center. Incumbent Cameron Erving will battle 2nd round pick Glenn Leach for the position. Defensively the Browns will lean on Jamie Collins up front and number one overall pick FS Rayquez Bean on the back end. Jamar Taylor and Joe Haden will man the outside corner spots and Danny Shelton will look to build on his strong 2016 at Nose.

Cincinnati Bengals

After missing the Playoffs for the first time since Andy Dalton has been the starting QB for the Bengals they look to have a strong 2017. Dalton will return as the QB of the team and looks to build off his strong campaign that had him lead the league in completion percentage. Giovanni Bernard and Jeremy Hill return as the lead backs. Hill went over 1,000 yards and rushed for more than 10 TDs for the second time of his career. Bernard will look to continue his production as a change of pace back and receiver out of the back field. A.J. Green and Tyler Eifert will lead the pass catchers with FA acquisition Kenny Britt and 2nd year WR Tyler Boyd joining the bunch. The offensive line will have a new LT in 1st round pick Jaron Cunningham with Byron Stingly starting at the opposite tackle. Bodine will be at Center and enters the final year of his rookie contract. He has struggled mightily in his career and this could be his last season to prove something. Defensively the Bengals will lean on Carlos Dunlap and Karl Klug to provide pressure off the edge. The middle of the line has recieved a boost in the signing of Linval Joseph to pair him with Geno Atkins. The LB group will be led by the controversial Vontaze Brufict. The secondary will need William Jackson III to bounce back from the injury that sidelined him his entire rookie campaign. It enters the season as a weakness with Valentino Blake serving as the CB opposite Jackson III and headlines Tashaun Gipson and Shawn Williams at Safety.

Baltimore Ravens

Few teams were as injury stricken as the 2016 Ravens and this lead to the #3 overall pick. That marks two seasons in a row the Ravens have had to fight the injury plague. Joe Flacco returns at QB and will look to have more consistency with his WR group. Terrance West will headline the RB group with Kenneth Dixon and Devontae Booker behind him. Mike Wallace will be the teams number one WR and will be joined by former 1st round pick Breshad Perriman, who will try to shake the looming bust status, and rookie Antwan Highsmith out of Indiana. The Ravens have one of the deepest TE rooms in the NFL with Crockett Gilmore, Maxx Williams, Ben Watson, and Dennis Pitta. The offensive line looks to stay healthy and keep Flacco upright. They are lead by RG Marshal Yanda and 2nd year LT Ronnie Stanley. Defensively the Ravens will be led by LB CJ Mosely and 1st round pick LB Josiah Hansen. Terrell Suggs returns to help bring pressure on QBs. CB Jimmy Smith returns after missing 10 games and 2nd CB Tavon Young looks to build on his very strong rookie season.

Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers won 11 games in 2016, the division crown, and made it to the AFC Championship game. Their biggest change in the off season was the retirement of Mike Tomlin and the hiring of Nick Cotner to replace them. The Steelers enter the 2017 season with one of the strongest rosters in the league as Nick Cotner looks to add his flavor to Todd Haley's offense. On offense the Steelers will be led by the killer Bs and have one of the strongest offensive lines in the league with that unit being headlined by all pros Maurkice Pouncey and David DeCastro. WR Martavis Bryant rejoins the group after being suspended all of 2016. Defensively the Steelers will being depending on jumps from all three of their rookie starters from a year ago. Burns, Davis, and Hargrave all posted strong rookie campaigns and are on the cusp of becoming household names. The camp battles to watch will be at OLB between Rookie Angelo Roan and 3rd year man Anthony Chickillo and at slot corner between the savvy William Gay and young Senquez Golson who is finally healthy after spending his first two seasons on IR.
Dynasty: Steelers4190

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