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Sunday, October 19, 2014
04:37 PM - October 19, 2014. Written by Cards_King70
My RNS playbook:
http://www.simsports.net/viewPlayboo...bid=2627&gid=2

I tried to come up with RNS idea that can be close to Mouse Davis, June Jones, and Jack Pardee. However, today has more advance especially variety of 4 wrs formations while defenders especially OLB gets stronger and faster which gave RNS trouble to deal with pass rushers since it has no FB or TE. Well, RB is technically FB in run n shoot system because they have FB body build and have good passing block except they're better run than actual FB, though.

Now, I am going to outline formations.

Ace

1. Spread

2. Trio 4WR

3. Trips 4WR

Despite NCAA Football 14 has lack of Ace formations for run n shoot, I was able to find 3.

Pistol

1. Spread

2. Trips 4WR

3. Trips Open

Like Ace, it doesn't have many formations for RNS either. Oh, Pistol didn't invent until ex-Nevada Chris Ault invented in 2005 for Kaeperchoke even though Jones never use them while he coached Hawaii and SMU because his qbs are usually pocket passers.

Shotgun

1. 5WR
2. 5WR Trio
3. 5WR Trips
4. Double Flex
5. Flanker Close
6. Flanker Close WK
7. Spread
8. Trips
9. Trips HB WK
10. Trips Open
11. Trips Open STR

Actually, I added 5WR and couple of Ace formations after I edited my playbook because I felt that I did not have enough plays or formations. Not mention I had to remove traps or counter plays because RNS OL are not known for run blockers while they're rely on fitness rather than power.

Requirements:

QB- Must have mobility because of roll out and sprint out while must have high AWR and THA ,so Balance would be an ideal for your qb. Height: 6-2 to 6-4 Weight: 210-220

HB: Must be at 230 or up while they usually have FB body build. Good PBK, TRK, BTK, and ACC. You should recruit Power running back ,but Balance would be fine too. Otherwise, you can convert FB or ATH to HB as long as they can run faster i.e. 85ish spd.

WR: Original RNS preferred midget receivers ,but it's no longer work because they usually had problem against bigger and stronger which was due to bump n run. You probably want mix of possession, speedy, and balance. As for height and weight, they're not matter as long as they're not fat tomcats. You may take notice that June Jones did convert tight ends to wide receivers when he became SMU head coach. He also did recruit some receivers that have tight end body build. CTH, RTE. and CIT are must have for your receivers.

OL: Pure pass blocking. They're tend to be small than average OL like I mean you'll want to recruit OL that are 280 to 290 after all they're fitness. 6-3 to 6-5 is probably best result for OL.

Advantge: RNS can expose weakness of defense ,so qb will have no problems to throw the balls for 50+ times. Not mention HB usually have high YAC than traditional offense rbs which was due to 4/5 cbs.

Disadvantage: Unfortunately, RNS is awful at red zone especially 5 yards and goalline which is due to no tight ends or fullback. This mean you'll need to strike the score before reach 5 yards or goalline. If you recruit ATH that has TE body build, you might able to solve red zone problem but no guarantee, though. Since RNS doesn't have FB and TE, OL has to be at elite level to protect qb. If you don't have that kind of OL, you will have to rely on quick release by rely on short passes.

Key Plays:

Running plays: Zone, Draw, and Smash/Dive

Both Smash and Dive are same which are part of EA being lazy.

Passing plays: Switch, Go, Choice, Curl, Flood, and especially RNS.

References:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Run_and_shoot_offense

http://smartfootball.blogspot.com/20...ot-part-1.html

http://fastandfuriousfootball.com/wp...and-shoot1.pdf

http://www.xsosfootball.com/run-n-shoot-offense-101/

Recruiting Recommendations:

QB: Balance
RB: Power
WR: Mix of 3
OL: Passing Block

Strategies:

Set toward Passing to 85 that means you will call passing plays for 85% of times. Of course, you can set to 75 or even 65 if you have elite HB or scrambling qb ,but you add some option i.e. read option from shotgun/pistol for your qb, though.

Conservative/Aggressive: RNS tends to be conservative ,so it should be between 30-50. 40 would be an ideal number for your calling.

No Huddle: Normal

Although some RNS might be aggressive for no huddle i.e. Gambler with Kelly ,but Jones usually goes with normal with some situations especially red zone and hurry up.
Dynasty: Cards_King70
03:54 PM - October 19, 2014. Written by kdenson1283

In his debut, new head coach, Tomas Single shows that taking over someone else's team isn't all what it is cut out to be. Redskins 1st team had put a great foot forward in the first quarter; limiting the Patriots from moving the ball up the field. Single told reporter s at the post game conference that things will be shaken up throughout the team, and they will all be on the same page come the season opener. This sounds like Single has plans to reinvent a new team in such little time. "I believe we have made a great decision in bringing Coach Single to the Redskins, the time is now to start something fresh and get the city behind what this organization is doing.

New England Patriots at Washington Redskins
Aug 7, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
New England Patriots (0-0)0733141
Washington Redskins (0-0)01001525
Team Stats Comparison
NWEWAS
Total Offense271358
Rushing Yards10446
Passing Yards167312
First Downs1312
Punt Return Yards00
Kick Return Yards46151
Total Yards317509
Turnovers1 (+2)3 (-2)
3rd Down Converstion5-10 (50%)2-6 (33%)
4th Down Conversion1-1 (100%)0-0 (0%)
2-Point Conversion0-0 (0%)1-1 (100%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals3/11/1
Penalties1-361-28
Posession Time19:2012:40
New England Patriots
Washington Redskins
Dynasty: kdenson1283
Saturday, October 18, 2014
07:45 PM - October 18, 2014. Written by philliesfan136
War of the Worlds!


Another blockbuster announcement by COO Triple H as we begin the road to Payback. In the vein of ROH's Border Wars, WWE will go to war with an invasion of Japan's biggest stars of today! NJPW and other assorted Japanese promotions have agreed to a meeting with and against the vast collection of WWE superstars.

Although we have seen appearances by wrestlers in the Rising Sun, they are still contracted to their companies. If the WWE is victorious, they will claim these stars full-time for the RAW, Smackdown, or nXt rosters. Whoever guides the WWE side to an overall victory will also be rewarded in the form of contendership for a title in the future.

On the other hand, there is something at stake for NJPW as well. They have extreme pride in being the top pro wrestling promotion in the world. Should they come out on top, a member from their side will receive a shot at the WWE champion, Daniel Bryan. That would likely occur at the upcoming PPV Payback.

The rosters in question:

WWE
Daniel Bryan (WWE Champion)
Randy Orton
AJ Styles
The Usos
Kurt Angle
C.M. Punk
Dean Ambrose
Rey Mysterio
Brock Lesnar
Alberto Del Rio (Intercontinental Champion)
Roman Reigns
Antonio Cesaro
Wade Barrett
Damien Sandow (World Heavyweight Champion)
Seth Rollins
Cody Rhodes
Jack Swagger
Chris Jericho
Ryback (United States Champion)
Kofi Kingston
Dolph Ziggler
Austin Aries
John Cena

VS

NJPW / Team Japan
Hiroshi Tanahashi (IWGP Champion)
"The Rainmaker" Kazuchika Okada
KENTA
The Great Sasuke
The Young Bucks
Ultimo Dragon
Tiger Mask
"Machine Gun" Karl Anderson
Alex Shelley
Jun Akiyama
Kenta Kobashi
TENSAI
Kyle O'Reilly
Jushin Liger
Prince Devitt (NXT Champion)
Captain New Japan
Adam Cole
Low-Ki
Mitsuhara Misawa
Bad Luck Fale
Shinsuke Nakamura (IWGP Intercontinental Champion)
Yuji Nagata
Yoshi Tatsu
Dynasty: philliesfan136
07:44 PM - October 18, 2014. Written by philliesfan136
Post-BATB Roster Shuffle


After Bash at the Beach, RAW GM/COO Triple H and Smackdown GM philliesfan have agreed to slightly cut down the rosters to open up spotlight for young talent. Legends and prospects alike were brought back in the past to be a part of huge rosters climbing the ladder and igniting feuds. This allowed plenty of fresh matchups every week on Raw, Heat, and Smackdown.

But for the sake of superstars making the most out of their time on the red and blue brands, the aforementioned Legends will be inactive and certain wrestlers will be demoted to nXt. They will be able to develop fully before returning to the main roster and sharpen their craft with different competition. The Legends are always welcome to rejoin the main roster. That being said, the Cruiserweight title and European title will remain as minor championships on Friday and Monday nights. However, the NWA Heavyweight title, held by Prince Devitt, will be unified with the NXT championship.

Starting immediately, Devitt will defend the NXT gold in the minors, hoping to work his way into a big league spot.
Dynasty: philliesfan136
06:09 PM - October 18, 2014. Written by bayers3
THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR (COLTS DYNASTY REPORT)

8:30PM EST - November 3rd, 2014
MetLife Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ

Indianapolis Colts at New York Giants
Nov 3, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Indianapolis Colts (4-5, 3-2 Away)3771027
New York Giants (3-5, 2-2 Home)00077


Top Performers

Passing : A. Luck (IND) - 248YDS, 2TD
Rushing : T. Richardson (IND) - 18CAR, 104YDS, TD
Receiving : D. Allen (IND) - 10REC, 97YDS, TD

EAST RUTHERFORD - Monday Night Football usually isn't the best place to start a week after trading a number of players and firing your General Manager. The Colts couldn't have picked a worse week to be on national television, but with a BYE looming in Week 10 they can lick their wounds if necessary.

Luckily for Indianapolis, a trip to play the Giants wasn't going to test them much. The Giants were just bad all game, and the way they played it's a surprise they came into today with three wins. The Colts didn't light up the scoreboard, but their defense managed to get turnovers and make it easy for Andrew Luck and the offense.

The first half was all Indianapolis, an Adam Vinatieri FG and a Dwayne Allen TD catch would send the Colts into the locker room up 10-0. Prince Amukamara would pick off Luck on a deep pass to Da'Rick Rogers, but that was the best New York could do all game.



The Giants had no answer for Allen.

The Colts added a 10 yard TD run by Trent Richardson in the waning seconds of the third quarter before the Giants came to life for their best drive of the game. The Giants only scoring drive, spanning the third and fourth quarter, lasted 17 plays for 80 yards ending in a 14 yard TD pass to Mario Manningham.

Another FG and a Danario Alexander TD catch put the Colts up 27-7 for good, and the Giants ended a humiliating Monday Night Football game with another loss. The Colts, looking good despite the recent off-field trauma, get to head into the BYE with some decent momentum.
Dynasty: bayers3
NFL Regular Season Week 4 Recap
Thursday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
New York Giants 16, Washington 13R. Griffin III - 332A. Morris - 111P. Garcon - 121
Sunday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Green Bay 24, Chicago 20J. Cutler - 283E. Lacy - 65A. Jeffery - 109
Buffalo 17, Houston 7E. Manuel - 207A. Foster - 70A. Johnson - 95
Tennessee 6, Indianapolis 12A. Luck - 165D. McCluster - 57T. Hilton - 98
Carolina 10, Baltimore 28J. Flacco - 254J. Forsett - 46J. Forsett - 84
Detroit 28, New York Jets 23G. Smith - 398R. Bush - 54J. Kerley - 114
Tampa Bay 12, Pittsburgh 14M. Glennon - 235L. Bell - 70V. Jackson - 90
Miami 15, Oakland 7D. Carr - 212L. Miller - 66K. Thompkins - 78
Jacksonville 20, San Diego 26B. Bortles - 341D. Woodhead - 65J. Blackmon - 147
Philadelphia 13, San Francisco 50C. Kaepernick - 199F. Gore - 118V. Davis - 96
Atlanta 27, Minnesota 21T. Bridgewater - 355A. Peterson - 116J. Jones - 148
New Orleans 23, Dallas 17D. Brees - 409P. Thomas - 73M. Colston - 143
Monday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
New England 30, Kansas City 30T. Brady - 389S. Ridley - 91J. Edelman - 134
BYE WEEKS: Arizona, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Seattle, St. Louis


NFL Standings - Updated: Sep 29, 2014
NFC EASTWLTPFPA
Washington Redskins3109467
New York Giants2204174
Philadelphia Eagles13082125
Dallas Cowboys13089115
NFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Minnesota Vikings310108101
Detroit Lions2207979
Green Bay Packers22078101
Chicago Bears1308686
NFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
New Orleans Saints31010989
Atlanta Falcons31011590
Carolina Panthers2207178
Tampa Bay Buccaneers1308096
NFC WESTWLTPFPA
San Francisco 49ers40011974
Seattle Seahawks3009039
St. Louis Rams2109868
Arizona Cardinals2108147
AFC EASTWLTPFPA
Buffalo Bills3107857
New England Patriots121111112
Miami Dolphins1305980
New York Jets1307394
AFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Pittsburgh Steelers3109648
Baltimore Ravens3108789
Cincinnati Bengals1206964
Cleveland Browns1205082
AFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Indianapolis Colts40010084
Houston Texans2205560
Tennessee Titans04033102
Jacksonville Jaguars04066100
AFC WESTWLTPFPA
Kansas City Chiefs21112791
San Diego Chargers1207384
Denver Broncos12099103
Oakland Raiders1306077


NFL League Leaders - Updated: Sep 29, 2014
Passing YardsYDSPassing TouchdownsTD
1. Drew Brees - NO1,2651. Drew Brees - NO11
2. Matt Ryan - ATL1,2472. Matt Ryan - ATL10
3. Tom Brady - NE1,1723. Tom Brady - NE10
4. Tony Romo - DAL1,1494. Tony Romo - DAL8
5. Andrew Luck - IND1,1495. Joe Flacco - BAL8
Rushing YardsYDSRushing TouchdownsTD
1. Adrian Peterson - MIN4521. LeVeon Bell - PIT7
2. Marshawn Lynch - SEA4482. Marshawn Lynch - SEA5
3. Jamaal Charles - KC4303. Eddie Lacy - GB5
4. Frank Gore - SF4014. Chris Ivory - NYJ4
5. Alfred Morris - WAS3375. Joique Bell - DET3
Receiving YardsYDSReceiving TouchdownsTD
1. Steve Smith Sr. - BAL4401. Julian Edelman - NE5
2. Marques Colston - NO3912. Jimmy Graham - NO5
3. Vincent Jackson - TB3843. Tyler Eifert - CIN4
4. T.Y. Hilton - IND3824. Dwayne Harris - DAL3
5. Julio Jones - ATL3825. Mike Williams - BUF3
SacksSCKInterceptionsINT
1. Jason Worilds - PIT6.01. Richard Sherman - SEA3
2. Mario Williams - BUF5.02. Terrence Newman - CIN3
3. Lawrence Timmons - PIT5.03. Jerod Mayo - NE3
4. Anthony Spencer - DAL5.04. Jelani Jenkins - MIA 2
5. Junior Galette - NO5.05. Louis Delmas - MIA2
Dynasty: glenzariczny
10:47 AM - October 18, 2014. Written by glenzariczny
The Seattle Seahawks head into their bye week undefeated at 3-0, and while that is definitely a plus, this team is dealing with a myriad of things that are putting their season in peril. Russell Wilson is still a few weeks away from returning from his elbow injury, and when he gets back he will have a depleted receiving corps to throw because of the Percy Harvin deal. Speaking of the Harvin deal, what effect will this have on the team going forward? Reports came out that he was beginning to wear thin in the locker room, but many of the receivers now former teammates were taking to twitter immediately following the trade to voice their shock, and some sadness that their teammate was now gone. Was Harvin really as much of a problem as the media is now trying to make him out to be? Why did we not hear anything about Harvin's locker room "issues" for his entire tenure in Seattle until after he was out the door? These are questions that no doubt people will be asking, and the Seahawks have to not let it be a distraction for them as they continue to push towards another playoff run.

NFL Week 4 Power Rankings
RK (LW)TeamRecordNext Game
1 (-) San Francisco 49ers3-0Philadelphia
2 (-) Seattle Seahawks3-0BYE
3 (+3) Minnesota Vikings3-0Atlanta
4 (-1) New Orleans Saints2-1@ Dallas
5 (-) Carolina Panthers2-1@ Baltimore
6 (+1) St. Louis Rams2-1BYE
7 (+8) Indianapolis Colts3-0Tennessee
8 (+16) Washington Redskins3-0New York Giants
9 (-) Denver Broncos1-2BYE
10 (-) Kansas City Chiefs2-1New England
11 (-) Pittsburgh Steelers2-1Tampa Bay
12 (-) Baltimore Ravens2-1Carolina
13 (+8) Detroit Lions1-2@ New York Jets
14 (-10) Green Bay Packers1-2@ Chicago
15 (+2) Atlanta Falcons2-1@ Minnesota
16 (-8) Tampa Bay Buccaneers1-2@ Pittsburgh
17 (-4) Arizona Cardinals2-1BYE
18 (-4) San Diego Chargers1-2Jacksonville
19 (-3) Dallas Cowboys1-2New Orleans
20 (-2) Cincinnati Bengals1-2BYE
21 (+1) Buffalo Bills2-1@ Houston
22 (+3) Houston Texans2-1Buffalo
23 (-3) New York Giants1-2@ Washington
24 (-1) Miami Dolphins0-3@ Oakland
25 (+3) Oakland Raiders1-2Miami
26 (-7) New England Patriots1-2@ Kansas City
27 (-1) Chicago Bears1-2Green Bay
28 (-1) New York Jets1-2Detroit
29 (-) Cleveland Browns0-3BYE
30 (-) Philadelphia Eagles1-2@ San Francisco
31 (-) Tennessee Titans0-3@ Indianapolis
32 (-) Jacksonville Jaguars0-3@


NFL Standings - Updated: Sep 22, 2014
NFC EASTWLTPFPA
Washington Redskins3008151
New York Giants1202561
Philadelphia Eagles1206975
Dallas Cowboys1207292
NFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Minnesota Vikings3008774
Detroit Lions1205156
Green Bay Packers1205481
Chicago Bears1206662
NFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
New Orleans Saints2108672
Atlanta Falcons2108869
Carolina Panthers2106150
Tampa Bay Buccaneers1206882
NFC WESTWLTPFPA
San Francisco 49ers3006961
Seattle Seahawks3009039
St. Louis Rams2109868
Arizona Cardinals2108147
AFC EASTWLTPFPA
Buffalo Bills2106150
New York Jets1205066
New England Patriots1208182
Miami Dolphins1204473
AFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Pittsburgh Steelers2108236
Baltimore Ravens2105979
Cincinnati Bengals1206964
Cleveland Browns0305082
AFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Indianapolis Colts3008878
Houston Texans2104843
Tennessee Titans0302790
Jacksonville Jaguars0304674
AFC WESTWLTPFPA
Kansas City Chiefs2109761
Oakland Raiders1205362
Denver Broncos12099103
San Diego Chargers1204764
Dynasty: glenzariczny
NFL Regular Season Week 3 Recap
Thursday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Tampa Bay 20, Atlanta 39M. Ryan - 332S. Jackson - 87R. White - 121
Sunday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
San Diego 24, Buffalo 20E. Manuel - 210C. Spiller - 60K. Allen - 85
Dallas 14, St. Louis 49S. Bradford - 253Z. Stacy - 72K. Britt - 95
Washington 35, Philadelphia 14N. Foles - 317A. Morris - 80R. Cooper - 135
Houston 10, New York Giants 3R. Fitzpatrick - 244A. Foster - 55A. Johnson - 135
Minnesota 27, New Orleans 24D. Brees - 269A. Peterson - 94J. Graham - 100
Tennessee 7, Cincinnati 27A. Dalton - 339G. Bernard - 68M. Jones - 101
Baltimore 27, Cleveland 13J. Flacco - 322J. Forsett - 71S. Smith Sr. - 182
Green Bay 17, Detroit 27M. Stafford - 216R. Bush - 97G. Tate - 83
Indianapolis 24, Jacksonville 20A. Luck - 299T. Gerhart - 57T. Hilton - 102
Oakland 31, New England 28T. Brady - 279M. Jones-Drew - 79J. Edelman - 95
San Francisco 23, Arizona 20C. Kaepernick - 267F. Gore - 48S. Johnson - 85
Denver 20, Seattle 28P. Manning - 292M. Lynch - 138D. Thomas - 99
Kansas City 30, Miami 13A. Smith - 239J. Charles - 93B. Hartline - 123
Pittsburgh 16, Carolina 20C. Newton - 206J. Stewart - 76K. Benjamin - 88
Monday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Chicago 33, New York Jets 18J. Cutler - 319M. Forte - 80A. Jeffery - 135


Seahawks send league spinning with Harvin trade




In a deal that sent shockwaves throughout the NFL this week the Seattle Seahawks dealt explosive WR Percy Harvin to the New York Jets for a third round pick in the upcoming draft. Fans were stunned by the deal, as it's rare to see a contending team deal such a valuable asset. Shortly after the deal surfaced, rumors of locker room discontent and anger management issues began to surface about the wide out, and perhaps the issues behind the scenes were more than the Seahawks were willing to deal with. Whatever the case the Seahawks already shaky receiving corps took a big hit with this deal, and now guys like Doug Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse will need to step up and be starters for this team, while the rookies Paul Richardson, and Kevin Norwood will now get their time to shine.
Dynasty: glenzariczny
Friday, October 17, 2014
07:18 PM - October 17, 2014. Written by Saints1o1
James McKnight, 26 years old has been named the new head coach for Southern University for basketball. After a couple of weeks as head coach he released the depth chart.

Southern University Jaguars Depth Chart - 2008
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
PGHugh ShehanOtis BanksSid Powe
SGElmer WhiteheadKonrad QuickDexter Johnsen
SFTimothy KilgoreBennie Abour-RahimWoody Fofana
PFFrancis MaWayne BurnsKeyoren McGowen
CJamon TaybronJorge Zwikker
Dynasty: Saints1o1
Thursday, October 16, 2014
03:59 PM - October 16, 2014. Written by glenzariczny
Seahawks get the best of Broncos again in rematch


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Kearse comes down with TD pass from Jackson


Seattle - The Seahawks proved once again that their defense and running game is what give them an edge over finesse offensive teams like the Denver Broncos, as they were able to win their Super Bowl rematch 28-20 in front of a raucous crowd at CenturyLink Field. Tarvaris Jackson filled in admirably for the injured Russell Wilson completing 20 of his 32 passes, while Marshawn Lynch continued what he's been doing all season with another 100+ yard rushing effort. The Seahawks were outgained by the Broncos in this matchup but the defense was able to hold against Peyton Manning when it had to. The Seahawks will now enter their early bye week on a positive and hopefully will be able to use the week to get back some of their key players from injury. We'll see you two weeks from now in the Nations capital as the Seahawks will take on the Washington Redskins.

Denver Broncos at Seattle Seahawks
Sep 21, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Denver Broncos (1-2)3140320
Seattle Seahawks (3-0)7701428
Team Stats Comparison
DENSEA
Total Offense381364
Rushing Yards119170
Passing Yards262194
First Downs1821
Punt Return Yards87
Kick Return Yards5748
Total Yards446419
Turnovers10
3rd Down Converstion2-9 (22%)8-14 (57%)
4th Down Conversion0-0 (0%)0-0 (0%)
2-Point Conversion0-0 (0%)0-0 (0%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/03/0
Penalties3-150-0
Posession Time24:4435:16
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGDENSEA
7:30(SEA) Marshawn Lynch, 2 Yd run (Steven Hauschka Kick)07
3:06(DEN) Matt Prater, 41 Yd FG37
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGDENSEA
12:06(SEA) Luke Willson, 4 Yd pass from Tarvaris Jackson (Steven Hauschka Kick)314
2:32(DEN) C.J. Anderson, 42 Yd run (Matt Prater Kick)1014
0:18(DEN) Andre Caldwell, 4 Yd pass from Peyton Manning (Matt Prater Kick)1714
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGDENSEA
14:53(SEA) Jermaine Kearse, 59 Yd pass from Tarvaris Jackson (Steven Hauschka Kick)1721
3:58(SEA) Marshawn Lynch, 2 Yd run (Steven Hauschka Kick)1728
0:46(DEN) Matt Prater, 57 Yd FG2028
Denver Broncos
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Peyton Manning29/4229211
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Monte Ball8637.80
C.J. Anderson55611.21
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Emmanuel Sanders8769.50
Demaryius Thomas59919.80
Monte Ball44110.20
Andre Caldwell4256.21
Julius Thomas2199.50
Wes Welker2157.50
Cody Latimer263.00
Jacob Tamme199.00
C.J. Anderson122.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Rahim Moore80.000
T.J. Ward80.000
Malik Jackson70.000
Lerentee McCray71.000
Danny Trevathan60.000
Aqib Talib50.000
Derek Wolfe31.000
Seattle Seahawks
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Tarvaris Jackson20/3221120
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Marshawn Lynch291384.72
Robert Turbin5224.40
Tarvaris Jackson492.20
Derrick Coleman111.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Percy Harvin5346.80
Doug Baldwin4348.50
Marshawn Lynch4266.50
Jermaine Kearse27336.51
Luke Willson22010.01
Zach Miller2157.50
Robert Turbin199.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Earl Thomas III100.000
Bobby Wagner91.000
K.J. Wright61.000
Kam Chancellor50.000
Brandon Mebane21.000
Cliff Avril21.000
Byron Maxwell20.010



Player of the Game:


Tarvaris Jackson - QB: The Seahawks veteran backup held his own on Sunday as he was an efficient 20 of 32, while also tossing two touchdown passes for the Hawks.
Dynasty: glenzariczny
05:49 AM - October 16, 2014. Written by michaellowll
My NBA 2k15 Sliders

Game Difficulty ALL-STAR
11 min qrt

Shooting Type - Real Player %
Free Throw Type - Real Player %
GameSpeed 50
Free Throw Difficulty-85

Controller Settings
Defense assist-100
Box-out assist- 100

Hum/Cpu One number means HUM/CPU are same
Offense
Inside Shot Success - 35
Close Shot Success - 35
Mid-Range Success - 45
3PT Success - 47
Layup Success - 50/48
Dunk In Traffic Frequency - 45
Dunk in Traffic Success - 40
Pass Accuracy - 46/40
Alley-oop Success - 45
Contact Shot Success - 45

Defense
Driving Contact Shot Frequency - 100
Inside Contact Shot Frequency - 100
Layup Defense Strength (Takeoff) - 100
Layup Defense Strength (Release) - 100
Jump Shot Defense Strength (Gather) - 100
Jump Shot Defense Strength (Release) - 100
Help Defense Strength - 75
Steal Success - 50/45

Attributes
Quickness - 40
Vertical - 40
Strength - 75
Stamina - 52
Speed - 40
Durability - 50
Hustle - 50
Ball Handling - 50/45
Hands - 50/45
Dunking Ability - 50
On-Ball Defense - 75
Stealing - 50
Blocking - 50/75
Offensive Awareness - 50
Defensive Awareness - 55
Offensive Rebounding - 50/45
Defensive Rebounding - 55/50
O Consistency - 50
D Consistency - 55
Fatigue rate- 52

Tendencies
Take Inside Shots - 50/25
Take Close Shots - 50/25
Take Mid-Range Shots - 50/75
Take 3Pt Shots - 50/100
Post Shots - 55/75
Attack the Basket - 50/0
Look for Post Players - 55/100
Throw Alley-Oops - 50
Attempt Dunks - 40
Attempt Putbacks - 50/25
Play Passing Lanes - 50/45
Go For On-Ball Steals - 50
Contest Shots - 55
Backdoor Cuts - 50

Fouls
Over the Back Foul Frequency - 100
Charging Foul Frequency - 100
Blocking Foul Frequency - 100
Reaching Foul Frequency - 87/100
Shooting Foul Frequency - 100
Loose Ball Foul Frequency - 100


box score here
Dynasty: michaellowll
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
10:17 PM - October 15, 2014. Written by grabursock55
Sitting in front of a room full of people was never something I enjoyed doing. Especially when I knew I was being evaluated on every little aspect of my being. I felt a little comfort having coach Thompson by my side, but honestly, I think he was just as nervous as I was.
You see, Jackson Pines never had much football tradition, but our trip to the playoffs got the school district thinking. After seeing the community rally around our school and athletes, the school partnered with the Jackson Pines Broadcasting Company to create a weekly show that would be broadcast throughout Jackson Pines. It just so happened that for their first ever broadcast, they would do a live shoot of a preseason press conference (also new to us) and neither of us really knew how to handle all of this new found attention.

"Jack," I snapped out of my daze and looked down over the room speckled with silouettes "In the preseason scrimmage against Port Boyerton South, the team looked good, and many people who were watching said that Jackson Pines would have won if that were a real game. Can you give us your thoughts about that game? Would Jackson Pines have won if that was an official contest?"
I looked at the woman who asked the question and took a moment to gather my thoughts. "Well..." I started, "I think.. I think we played well as a unit. But..." The words were not coming easily for me. "But... I think our kicking game really showed up, our kicker, Soloman Barry went 3 for 3 and a quality kicker in high school is a rarity." I looked at coach Thompson and noticed he was nodding his head.
"Do you think Jackson Pines won that game?" The woman asked again.
"You know, I'm not sure. We play against them week 4 this year, so I'll give you an answer then!"
The audience laughed and I saw another hand shoot up.
"Coach Thompson," A man with a deeper grizzled voice said "Do you see yourself in the playoffs again this season? What needs to happen for you to make the playoffs?"
I looked at coach Thompson as he was collecting himself, and I could tell he was beginning to feel more confident. He was happy that I had to answer the first question and not him. Coach Thompson started "You know, last year a lot of things fell into place for us. We snuck into the playoffs with a 5-3 record as a #10 seed. This year, our schedule really looks favorable. We are playing a lot of northern tier teams so we will have to see how well our kids travel on some of these long bus rides but I think we will manage. Honestly, the guy sitting next to me is going to be a big part of our teams production."
I felt a powerful feeling in the pit of my stomach, as coach Thompson continued "The team knows who the captain is, our opponents know who we are giving the ball to, and the college scouts are going to know who to send scholarships to. This kid has more talent than any athlete I have ever seen."
I felt an overwhelming sense of anxiety and excitemet at one time. The rest of the interview seems like a blur from there. I felt locked in from that point on. I knew that coach wasnt lying. I needed to carry the team on my back to get us to a playoff spot again this year.

2016 Schedule
9/9 @ Hopewell
9/16 ST. BENJAMIN
9/23 BYE
9/30 @ Port Boyerton South
10/7 PORT BOYERTON NORTH
10/14 BARNHART TECH
10/21 HUSS
10/28 @ Hendrickson
11/4 @ Tyloria

The hype train is running late this year in Jackson Pines. The Local sportscasters in Port Boyerton are picking the Jays to finish an all too familiar 3-5 this year. Honestly, I dont know if I can blame them. But I'm sure not going to let some sportscasters who dont know us tell us how my senior season will end. But I will admit, this season will really challenge us if we are going to make a playoff run.

College offers by week (** CURRENT CALIBER**)
1: Lock Haven University of PA (*)
2:
Dynasty: grabursock55

The Seattle Seahawks return home for the much anticipated Super Bowl rematch with the Denver Broncos. This game has lost a little bit of it's luster with Seattle's star QB Russell Wilson going down to injury last week in San Diego, but it will make no difference to the Broncos, who are longing to put "43-8" behind them, and face the demons of last years super bowl debacle at the hands of these Seahawks.

Matchup Preview *|* September 21, 2014
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Denver Broncos
(1-1, Away)
Seattle Seahawks
(2-0, Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
438.0 (3rd)Total Offensive Yards324.0 (23rd)
367.0 (1st)Passing Yards141.0 (32nd)
71.0 (22nd)Rushing Yards183.0 (2nd)
39.5 (1st)Points Per Game31.0 (T-5th)
Defensive Stats Comparison
486.5 (32nd)Total Yards Allowed296.5 (7th)
354.5 (32nd)Passing Yards Allowed238.0 (13th)
132.0 (27th)Rushing Yards Allowed58.5 (6th)
37.5 (32nd)Points Per Game9.5 (2nd)
Injury Report
Sylvester Williams
Out 2-3 Weeks
Michael Bennett
Out 3-4 weeks
Chris Clark
Out 3-4 Weeks
Russell Wilson
Out 4-6 weeks
Mitch Unrein
Out 3-4 Weeks

Von Miller
Out 4-6 Weeks



Players to Watch

Offense:


Peyton Manning - QB: I dont know if any one player's legacy has taken a bigger hit, than Peyton Manning's did in Super Bowl 48. Make no mistake about it though, he is still the best QB in the game, and one of the greatest of all time. He will be out for revenge in this one.

Defense:


Aqib Talib - CB: Talib was Denver's big offseason signing along with DeMarcus Ware. The Broncos realized they needed a more physical presence after the Super Bowl loss and Talib is at the forefront of that movement.

Prediction: Obviously the dynamic of this game has changed greatly over the past week with the Wilson injury. Seattle should still be able to run the ball effectively and keep the game close. If they can dominate time of possession and the defense can make a play they have a shot in this one, but with Wilson sidelined, it's pretty hard to make a case for Tarvaris Jackson out dueling Peyton Manning. Broncos 27, Seahawks 17

NFL Week 3 Power Rankings
RK (LW)TeamRecordNext Game
1 (-) San Francisco 49ers2-0@ Arizona
2 (-) Seattle Seahawks2-0Denver
3 (-) New Orleans Saints2-0Minnesota
4 (+2) Green Bay Packers1-1@ Detroit
5 (+4) Carolina Panthers1-1Pittsburgh
6 (+4) Minnesota Vikings2-0@ New Orleans
7 (+4) St. Louis Rams1-1Dallas
8 (-) Tampa Bay Buccaneers1-1@ Atlanta
9 (+6) Denver Broncos1-1@ Seattle
10 (-3) Kansas City Chiefs1-1@ Miami
11 (+5) Pittsburgh Steelers2-0@ Carolina
12 (-8) Baltimore Ravens1-1@ Cleveland
13 (-1) Arizona Cardinals2-0San Francisco
14 (-1) San Diego Chargers0-2@ Buffalo
15 (-1) Indianapolis Colts2-0@ Jacksonville
16 (+1) Dallas Cowboys1-1@ St. Louis
17 (+14) Atlanta Falcons1-1Tampa Bay
18 (-13) Cincinnati Bengals0-2Tennessee
19 (-1) New England Patriots1-1Oakland
20 (-1) New York Giants1-1Houston
21 (-1) Detroit Lions0-2Green Bay
22 (-) Buffalo Bills2-0San Diego
23 (-2) Miami Dolphins0-2Kansas City
24 (-1) Washington Redskins2-0@ Philadelphia
25 (-1) Houston Texans1-1@ New York Giants
26 (-1) Chicago Bears0-2@ New York Jets
27 (-1) New York Jets1-1Chicago
28 (-1) Oakland Raiders0-2@ New England
29 (-1) Cleveland Browns0-2Baltimore
30 (-1) Philadelphia Eagles1-1Washington
31 (-1) Tennessee Titans0-2@ Cincinnati
32 (-) Jacksonville Jaguars0-2Indianapolis
Dynasty: glenzariczny
NFL Regular Season Week 2 Recap
Thursday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Pittsburgh 38, Baltimore 3J. Flacco - 210L. Bell - 54A. Brown - 116
Sunday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Miami 10, Buffalo 17E. Manuel - 195C. Spiller - 69M. Wallace - 88
Jacksonville 13, Washington 19B. Bortles - 254A. Morris - 92P. Garcon - 72
Dallas 34, Tennessee 17T. Romo - 332D. McCluster - 110T. Williams - 121
Arizona 37, New York Giants 7C. Palmer - 229J. Dwyer - 68L. Fitzgerald - 60
New England 27, Minnesota 30T. Brady - 283A. Peterson - 111B. LaFell - 88
New Orleans 27, Cleveland 24J. Manziel - 315M. Ingram - 72A. Hawkins - 112
Atlanta 28, Cincinnati 14M. Ryan - 289S. Jackson - 78J. Jones - 103
Detroit 10, Carolina 24M. Stafford - 216D. Williams - 40G. Tate - 83
St. Louis 26, Tampa Bay 24M. Glennon - 324Z. Stacy - 79V. Jackson - 141
Seattle 20, San Diego 6P. Rivers - 232M. Lynch - 133P. Harvin - 128
Houston 14, Oakland 13M. Schaub - 318A. Foster - 64R. Streater - 105
New York Jets 12, Green Bay 24A. Rodgers - 257C. Ivory - 49J. Kerley - 107
Kansas City 38, Denver 45P. Manning - 367M. Ball - 90J. Thomas - 131
Chicago 17, San Francisco 20J. Cutler - 198F. Gore - 138B. Marshall - 65
Monday's GamesHi PassingHi RushingHi Receiving
Philadelphia 24, Indianapolis 27A. Luck - 315L. McCoy - 124H. Nicks - 119


Wilson MRI reveals no strcutural damage, will still miss 4-6 weeks.



The results were about as good as the Seahawks could have expected as the MRI on Russell Wilson's dislocated elbow showed no damage to the tendon's, however there is still major bruising and swelling that will need to go down before Wilson can start throwing a football again, and doctors are estimating that recovery time to be about 4-6 weeks.

NFL Standings - Updated: Sep 15, 2014
NFC EASTWLTPFPA
Washington Redskins2004637
New York Giants1102251
Philadelphia Eagles1105540
Dallas Cowboys1105843
NFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Minnesota Vikings2006050
Green Bay Packers1103754
Detroit Lions0202439
Chicago Bears0203344
NFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
New Orleans Saints2006245
Tampa Bay Buccaneers1104843
Carolina Panthers1104134
Atlanta Falcons1104949
NFC WESTWLTPFPA
Arizona Cardinals2006124
San Francisco 49ers2004641
Seattle Seahawks2006219
St. Louis Rams1104954
AFC EASTWLTPFPA
Buffalo Bills2004126
New York Jets1103233
New England Patriots1105351
Miami Dolphins0203143
AFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Pittsburgh Steelers2006616
Baltimore Ravens1103266
Cincinnati Bengals0204257
Cleveland Browns0203755
AFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Indianapolis Colts2006458
Houston Texans1103840
Tennessee Titans0202063
Jacksonville Jaguars0202650
AFC WESTWLTPFPA
Denver Broncos1107975
Kansas City Chiefs1106748
San Diego Chargers0202344
Oakland Raiders0202234
Dynasty: glenzariczny
01:12 PM - October 15, 2014. Written by glenzariczny
Seattle survives in San Diego


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Percy Harvin hauls in TD pass from Russell Wilson


San Diego - The Seattle Seahawks were in a war on Sunday in San Diego, and while they came out victorious in this battle. There were some wounds suffered that could greatly impact their chances at a repeat superbowl season. Quarterback Russell Wilson went down in the 3rd quarter with what can only be described as an ugly dislocated elbow injury, an MRI will be postponed until tomorrow due to swelling, but whatever the results of that MRI are, for the first time in his career Wilson will have to miss some starts for Seattle. That means veteran backup Tarvaris Jackson will step up and start for Seattle in the immediate future, while Seattle no doubt will be brining up B.J. Daniels from the practice squad to back him up. Luckily the Seahawks got another impressive game from Marshawn Lynch, and now the running attack will need to relied on extensively until Wilson can make it back onto the field. Seattle also lost pass rusher Michael Bennett in this game for at least a few weeks. The early bye week will now come in handy as it will give these players an extra week where they dont have to miss a game to recuperate. In the mean time though Seattle must head home to take on a Denver Broncos team that wont care who is suiting up for the Hawks, they will be out for revenge in this one. It will be a tough task for the Hawks to stay undefeated past Sunday.

Seattle Seahawks at San Diego Chargers
Sep 14, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Seattle Seahawks (2-0)1070320
San Diego Chargers (0-2)33006
Team Stats Comparison
SEASDG
Total Offense323254
Rushing Yards15875
Passing Yards165179
First Downs1511
Punt Return Yards3912
Kick Return Yards3031
Total Yards392297
Turnovers32
3rd Down Converstion5-15 (33%)3-13 (23%)
4th Down Conversion1-1 (100%)0-2 (0%)
2-Point Conversion0-0 (0%)0-0 (0%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/20/1
Penalties0-01-5
Posession Time29:4730:13
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGSEASDG
11:55(SEA) Steven Hauschka, 20 Yd FG30
6:32(SDG) Nick Novak, 45 yd FG33
1:43(SEA) Marshawn Lynch, 1 Yd run (Steven Hauschka Kick)103
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGSEASDG
11:23(SDG) Nick Novak, 34 Yd FG106
0:23(SEA) Percy Harvin, 62 Yd pass from Russell Wilson (Steven Hauschka Kick)176
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGSEASDG
4:30(SEA) Steven Hauschka, 33 Yd FG206
Seattle Seahawks
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Russell Wilson12/2019410
Tarvaris Jackson2/21500
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Marshawn Lynch241335.51
Robert Turbin5142.80
Russell Wilson4123.00
Derrick Coleman155.00
Tarvaris Jackson3-6-2.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Percy Harvin512825.61
Doug Baldwin22613.00
Zach Miller2199.50
Jermaine Kearse294.50
Marshawn Lynch284.00
Ricardo Lockette11919.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Brock Coyle80.000
Kam Chancellor60.000
Earl Thomas III60.000
Michael Bennett63.000
Jeremy Lane50.000
Byron Maxwell50.000
Bruce Irvin42.000
Brandon Mebane31.000
Tony McDaniel22.000
O'Brien Schofield11.000
Richard Sherman10.010
San Diego Chargers
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Philip Rivers22/2823201
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Ryan Mathews19653.40
Danny Woodhead294.50
David Johnson111.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Ryan Mathews7517.20
Antonio Gates5438.60
Seyi Ajirotutu46115.20
Malcolm Floyd34715.60
Keenan Allen22110.50
Ladarius Green199.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Donald Butler121.000
Eric Weddle80.000
Jahleel Addae51.000
Marcus Gilchrist50.000
Jason Verrett41.000
Kendall Reyes32.000



Player of the Game:


Percy Harvin - WR: Harvin had 5 catches for 128 yards on Sunday, including a 62 yard TD bomb that opened up the lead for Seattle that they would not relinquish.
Dynasty: glenzariczny

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