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Friday, September 18, 2015
10:49 PM - September 18, 2015. Written by kpeltz96
Detroit Tigers at Kansas City Royals
Sep 1, 2015123456789RHE
Detroit (57-75)000000000060
Kansas City (75-57)010000040581
W: Ventura (W, 6-7) L: Verlander (L, 7-8) S: Davis (S, 5)
Scoring Summary

The story of this game was the dominance of the Royals' pitching staff. Yordano Ventura pitched 6 innings of shutout baseball, striking out 10 batters in the process and Louis Coleman and Wade Davis shut down the Tigers in the final third of the game. Ventura, Coleman, and Davis combined for 17 strikeouts in this game. Miguel Cabrera, J.D. Martinez, and Alex Avila each struck out 3 times and only 4 different Tigers reached base tonight. Justin Verlander pitched very well tonight despite the 4 earned runs. He gave up a run in the 2nd inning, but then went into cruise control up until the 8th inning when the Royals manage to put up 4 runs including a 2-run triple to put the game out of reach. This was the first game the Tigers played since the hiring of new general manager Kyle Peltz and his team will look to rebound in game 2 in Kansas City tomorrow. Shane Greene (6-16, 6.17 ERA) will take the mound for Detroit and Hyun-Jin Ryu (4-0, 1.42 ERA) will be pitching for the Royals.
Dynasty: kpeltz96
08:56 PM - September 18, 2015. Written by Bloop33
Washington Capitals Stats - 2015
Alexander Ovechkin10941341448
Nicklas Backstrom1026840212
Karl Alzner101673023
Andre Burakovsky1025721022
Evgeny Kuznetsov1042620029
Matt Niskanen10145-41011
Dmitry Orlov1006610012
T.J. Oshie1022420020
Marcus Johansson1031420926
John Carlson1022441189
Brooks Orpik10033-3094
Stuart Percy41230002
Tom Wilson1020220018
Jay Beagle10112-20217
Justin Williams10112-31021
Brooks Laich8022-30212
Jason Chimera10101-30013
Taylor Chorney60110140
Michael Latta6011-20210
Tayor Beck9000-30213
Braden Holtby96011.90.9401
Justin Peters20108.40.7710

With a 7-1-2 record, the Caps currently sit in 2nd in the division. Alex Ovechkin is leading the team offensively as expected, but the big issues come from the 2nd and 3rd line players. Guys like Justin Williams, TJ Oshie need to step up their offensive games. So far the secondary scoring has basically been Kuznetsov and Buravosky, which bodes well for the future, but in the short term we need the veterans to perform.

So far I've made 1 trade, sending a fairly good prospect and a draft pick to Toronto for some young guys they weren't really playing and who have little potential. Taylor Beck has struggled with the rest of the depth lines to score, but Stuart Percy has performed well paired on the 3rd pair with Dmitry Orlov to date.

Goaltending has been great when Holtby is in net, but Jusitn Peters allowed 7 goals in 3 periods and is now in the AHL, with Phillip Grubauer being called up at the end of the month.
Dynasty: Bloop33
05:20 PM - September 18, 2015. Written by kpeltz96
MLB Standings - Updated: Sep 1, 2015
Blue Jays7160-633509
Red Sox64677.0525511
White Sox616912.5505521
Athletics (AL West)557720.5492627

2015 Detroit Tigers Stats - Hitting
Miguel Cabrera5108316437325936810100.322.402.553
Victor Martinez497651491702275536900.300.370.467
Ian Kinsler4626813526522713569135.292.352.513
Dixon Machado3213291152029394224.283.363.343
Jose Iglesias2262761630142129102.270.345.323
Nick Castellanos50062134272942569773.268.345.384
Tyler Collins383411001911255337173.261.318.410
Alex Avila1973050921027295900.254.355.472
Steven Moya107172772102083110.252.314.636
Anthony Gose27636692113242151114.250.307.366
J.D. Martinez4454011023415682910624.247.300.418
James McCann2652561121120175340.230.278.294
Rajai Davis375428622342732852611.229.297.336
2015 Detroit Tigers Stats - Pitching
Ian Krol54082001176.165251123581.152.95
Anibal Sanchez2727980170171.11606412431671.183.36
Neftali Feliz65036101081.27837744641.494.08
Justin Verlander2626770140153.21527117541181.344.16
Tom Gorzellany3703300176.27437932661.384.34
Bruce Rondon45004350038.04720221361.794.74
Alfredo Simon2626910080147.2184822246671.565.00
Al Alburquerque59017102365.16837938881.625.10
Randy Wolf262688080136.1171811459831.695.35
Alex Wilson5803210767.17343825521.465.75
Shane Greene2626616080127.0155872168971.766.17
Blaine Hardy35001201028.03923416201.967.39
Dynasty: kpeltz96
04:24 PM - September 18, 2015. Written by kpeltz96
The rosters that I'll be using for this franchise are as of September 1st and I'll be simulating through August 31st and start from there.
Dynasty: kpeltz96
The Cleveland Browns lead by coach Lovie Smith came up just short of a draft Champions championship this afternoon losing to the New York Jets in the finally by a final score of 17-14.
This was a team built with a stud wide receiving core Dez Bryant, Steve Smith, and DeAndre Hopkins, Colby Fleener at TE and Matt Forte as the RB, and Cam Newton as the QB.
The defense featured Chris Long, Haloti Ngata, and Jason Taylor upfront. Rolando Mclain at linebacker, Brandon Flowers and Dominic Rodgers-Cromarti at CB.
The team shutout The San Diego Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs in the first two rounds and came oh so close in the championship game vs the Jets.

The Browns fell behind early when Adrian Peterson scored on a run from the goal line but tied things up just before halftime when Cam Newton found Dez Bryant in the endzone for a five yard TD pass. It looked like the Browns had taken control of the game in the fourth quarter when Newton hit DeAndre Hopkins in the end zone for a ten yard TD pass then on the second play of the Jets next drive Brandon Flowers picked of a pass from Russell Wilson that was intended for Andre Johnson. That's when things changed big time.

With 1:55 up 14-7 and the Jets with only one time out the Browns tried to put things away with Forte and the run game, only they were unable to do so. After three failed attempts to pick up a first down on the ground with Forte, Newton threw a pick of his own on fourth down. Wilson then hooked
up with Andre Johnson to tie the game at 14 all with 1:25 remaining.

On the ensuing drive the Newton once again threw an int looking for DeAndre Hopkins and it would cost the Browns the championship. Wilson would hook up with Andre Johnson on two plays in which he out mussled CB Brandon Flowers to make huge receptions and lead to a Jets field goal as time ran off the clock and the Jets defeated the Browns 17-14.

It was a bitter ending for a team the for the most part dominated in all phases of the tournament. However it was one of the best teams I have ever built in this mode.

We will see what happens for the next team I build.
Dynasty: Gcooksey33
11:36 AM - September 18, 2015. Written by glenzariczny
Seattle Seahawks at St. Louis Rams
Sep 13, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Seattle Seahawks (0-1)0177327
St. Louis Rams (1-0)10371434
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense359334
Rushing Yards129146
Passing Yards230188
First Downs2119
Punt Return Yards1426
Kick Return Yards20652
Total Yards579412
3rd Down Converstion3-9 (33%)7-16(43%)
4th Down Conversion0-0 (0%)0-0 (0%)
2-Point Conversion0-0 (0%)0-0 (0%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2/2 (100%)3/0 (100%)
Posession Time29:2530:35
Scoring Summary
9:28(STL) Todd Gurley, 3 Yd Run (Greg Zuerlein Kick)07
4:54(STL) Greg Zuerlein, 51 Yd FG010
11:32(SEA) Steven Hauschka, 20 Yd FG310
7:07(STL) Greg Zuerlein, 52 Yd FG313
4:12(SEA) Marshawn Lynch, 5 Yd Run (Steven Hauschka Kick)1013
1:04(SEA) Paul Richardson, 37 Yd pass from Tarvaris Jackson (Steven Hauschka Kick)1713
9:42(STL) Jared Cook, 8 Yd pass from Nick Foles (Greg Zuerlein Kick)1720
2:29(SEA) Jermaine Kearse, 11 Yd pass from Tarvaris Jackson (Steven Hauschka Kick)2420
8:09(STL) Jared Cook, 14 Yd pass from Nick Foles (Greg Zuerlein Kick)2427
4:02(SEA) Steven Hauschka, 22 Yd FG2727
0:42(STL) LaMarcus Joyner, returned interception 47 Yds (Greg Zuerlein Kick)2734
Seattle Seahawks
Tarvaris Jackson16/2817923
Russell Wilson6/115701
Marshawn Lynch21914.31
Tarvaris Jackson3217.00
Russell Wilson3175.60
Tyler Lockett66410.60
Doug Baldwin66210.30
Paul Richardson13737.01
Jimmy Graham33210.60
Jermaine Kearse3217.01
Fred Jackson11212.00
Luke Willson144.00
Marshawn Lynch144.00
K.J. Wright130.000
Kam Chancellor100.020
Earl Thomas III90.000
Bobby Wagner81.000
Bruce Irvin60.000
Michael Bennett31.500
Cliff Avril30.500
Jeremy Lane30.500
Steven Hauschka2/23/3922
Jon Ryan313946.30
Tyler Lockett618130.10
Ricardo Lockette12525.00
Tyler Lockett11414.00
St. Louis Rams
Nick Foles18/3618222
Case Keenum2/23200
Todd Gurley251325.21
Tre Mason2157.50
Nick Foles3-1-0.30
Cory Harkey100.00
Jared Cook68013.32
Brian Quick47819.50
Todd Gurley4317.70
Stedman Bailey3186.00
Kenny Britt166.00
Tre Mason210.50
James Laurinaitis101.010
LaMarcus Joyner90.021
T.J. McDonald90.000
Janoris Jenkins70.010
Rodney McLeod Jr.70.000
Chris Long32.000
Greg Zuerlein2/24/41052
Johnny Hekker521543.01
Chris Givens25226.00
Tavon Austin22613.00
Dynasty: glenzariczny
Thursday, September 17, 2015
04:06 PM - September 17, 2015. Written by Bloop33
This is the first of many Blog posts I'll be making for my NHL 16 Washington Capitals GM Mode. I don't plan to post after every game, or even play every game. I'll likely do a end of month write up including stats, record, big moments, and things of that nature.

For now, I'll post my depth charts to start the season.

Washington Capitals Depth Chart - 2015
LWAlexander OvechkinJustin WilliamsAndre BurakovskyMichael Latta
CNicklas BackstromEvgeny KuznetsovBrooks LaichJay Beagle
RWMarcus JohanssonT.J. OshieTom WilsonJason Chimera
D #1John CarlsonBrooks OrpikDimitri Orlov
D #2Karl AlznerMatt NiskanenTaylor Chorney
GBraden HoltbyJustin Peters

I'll keep this lineup for the first month or 2, but will likely make some moves to improve the depth how I see fit.

My play style is a physical, fast paced team, much like the LA Kings. So any moves will adhere to that philosophy.

Games can be viewed at:
Dynasty: Bloop33
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
03:35 PM - September 16, 2015. Written by Son of Sam99
Detroit Red Wings March 2013-14 Schedule
Mar 4at New Jersey DevilsLost, 7-5
Mar 6vs Colorado AvalancheWon, 6-3
Mar 7vs New Jersey DevilsLost, 3-2
Mar 9at New York RangersWon, 5-2
Mar 11at Columbus Blue JacketsLost, 3-2
Mar 14vs Edmonton OilersWon, 4-3
Mar 16at Chicago BlackhawksLost, 4-3
Mar 18vs Toronto Maple LeafsWon, 4-3
Mar 20vs Pittsburgh PenguinsLost, 5-2
Mar 22at Minnesota WildLost, 5-4
Mar 23vs Minnesota WildLost, 3-2
Mar 24at Columbus Blue JacketsLost, 6-4
Mar 27vs Minnesota WildLost, 3-1
Mar 29at Toronto Maple LeafsLost, 4-3
Mar 30vs Tampa Bay LightningWon, 3-1
Dynasty: Son of Sam99
03:33 PM - September 16, 2015. Written by Son of Sam99

Entry: April 1st, 2014

Well March was a bloodbath. Just four wins in fourteen games and now the team is in risk of completely missing the playoffs. I knew when I accepted this position that the fan base would be looking to me for leadership and now that the team is struggling everyone is calling for my job since we didn’t make any moves on deadline day.

I felt that if we got everyone back and healthy it would basically be the same as making additions to the team but for some reason they cant get back the mojo they had in December and January. I’m concerned the guys are gassed after the Olympics but Babs can’t give any games off because now we need every point we can get.

In terms of making the playoffs we’re saved by the fact that our division and the rest of the Western Conference is very poor. None of the teams behind us have shown any pulse since the deadline. However a first round exit from the playoffs is almost as bad as not even making them for this franchise.

Despite the on ice disaster the team has suddenly turned into, the front office staff is all in business as usual mode and working hard to prepare for the offseason. The players below have their contracts up and several of which we’ll have to look hard at whether or not we will want to offer them another deal.

- Unrestricted Free Agents:
o Dan Cleary
o Todd Betruzzi
o David Legwand
o Kyle Quincey
o Brian Elliot
o Jonas Hustoffson
o Mikel Samuelsson

- Restricted Free Agents:
o Tomas Tatar
o Danny DeKeyser
o Riley Sheahan
o Corey Emmerton
o Mitch Callahan
o Landon Ferraro
o Max Nicastro
o Louis-Marc Aubry
o Andrej Nestrasil
Dynasty: Son of Sam99
03:29 PM - September 16, 2015. Written by Son of Sam99
March 6 2014

Wings Stand Pat on Deadline Day

Detroit, MI-- Red Wings’ interim General Manager Rick Watkins chose to stick with his current roster through to the end of the 2013-14 season as trade deadline day came and passed without any personnel moves from the team.

“The franchise has the utmost confidence in the roster we have and we believe just getting Abdelkater and Quincey back and healthy will be the best moves we can make at this point.” Watkins said this morning.
The Interim GM has a point in that getting two important players back and healthy just before the playoffs can be a big boost, however, the defense has at times shown cracks that speculators believe can’t be filled by Kyle Quincey’s return.

The team has lost their last four consecutive games and allowed an average of six goals over that span. Pundits and fans alike have assumed that performance (or lack there of) would make the Wings buyers on deadline day in an attempt to solidify a recently exposed corps of blue liners.

There is still speculation that the team could reach into the free agent market to add to the team, however, the lack of options provides little certainty.

For better or worse the Red Wings roster for the balance of the season is set.
Dynasty: Son of Sam99
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
11:35 PM - September 15, 2015. Written by bkrich83
Tennessee Titans Stats - 2015
Marcus Mariota94/1321,0407.9260.0416787.3
Zach Mettenberger1/16969.023.06919158.3
David Cobb553045.5722276.00
Bishop Sankey411182.990029.50
Dexter McCluster9465.190011.50
Marcus Mariota16352.226118.81
Terrance West4133.34006.40
Jalston Fowler155.05001.30
Harry Douglas1821211.813653.0
Kendall Wright1723613.926959.0
Delanie Walker1620712.923751.8
Dorial Green-Beckham1416711.913241.8
Dexter McCluster131179.014129.3
Bishop Sankey7578.101314.3
Justin Hunter45614.002114.0
David Cobb44110.001510.3
Craig Stevens11010.00102.5
Brian Orakpo4.0
Derrick Morgan2.0
Jurrell Casey2.0
Avery Williamson1.0
Wesley Woodyard1.0
Deiontrez Mount1.0
DaQuan Jones0.5
Karl Klug0.5
Dexter McCluster1225821.5280712.40
Field GoalsExtra Points
Ryan Succop44100339910021
Brett Kern166735942.138.7040

Tennessee Titans 2015 Schedule
Sep 13at Tampa BayLost, 13-10
Sep 20at ClevelandWon, 24-21
Sep 27vs IndianapolisLost, 31-28
Oct 11vs BuffaloWon, 19-16
Oct 18vs Miami
Oct 25vs Atlanta
Nov 1at Houston
Nov 8at New Orleans
Nov 15vs Carolina
Nov 19at Jacksonville
Nov 29at Oakland
Dec 6vs Jacksonville
Dec 13at New York (AFC)
Dec 20at New England
Dec 27vs Houston
Jan 3at Indianapolis

Dynasty: bkrich83
11:16 PM - September 15, 2015. Written by bkrich83
Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans
Buffalo Bills (1-4)0103316
Tennessee Titans (2-2)0337619
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense316504
Rushing Yards84215
Passing Yards232289
First Downs1521
Punt Return Yards
Kick Return Yards
Total Yards
3rd Down Converstion310
4th Down Conversion00
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/30/2
Posession Time24:5935:41
Buffalo Bills
Marcus Mariota29/4128901
David Cobb211527.21
Marcus Mariota5306.01
Bishop Sankey6162.70
Dexter McCluster294.50
Terrance West284.00
Harry Douglas66711.20
Dexter McCluster4489.60
Kendall Wright5336.60
Delanie Walker44611.50
David Cobb33511.70
Justin Hunter177.00
Tennessee Titans
Tyrod Taylor16/2624501
Matt Cassell1/21200
Bryce Brown24803.31
Boobie Dixon122.00
Jerome Felton122.00
Sammy Watkins510621.20
Bryce Brown4205.00
Robert Woods36020.00
Percy Harvin34816.00
Charles Clay22311.50
Dynasty: bkrich83
11:07 PM - September 15, 2015. Written by bkrich83
Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans
Sep 27, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Indianapolis Colts ()14071031
Tennessee Titans ()7140728
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense262352
Rushing Yards67118
Passing Yards195234
First Downs1317
Punt Return Yards
Kick Return Yards
Total Yards
3rd Down Converstion69
4th Down Conversion00
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2/03/0
Posession Time25:3330:27
Indianapolis Colts
Andrew Luck19/2921521
Frank Gore23622.71
Vick Ballard252.50
Donte Moncrief56012.00
TY Hilton3258.30
Andre Johnson37625.31
Coby Fleener2178.51
Griff Whalen22211.00
Dwayne Allen177.00
Dorin Dickerson11111.00
Tennessee Titans
Marcus Mariota18/2726332
David Cobb20994.90
Bishop Sankey6172.80
Dexter McCluster273.50
Kendall Wright46817.01
Dexter McCluster35016.71
Harry Douglas34615.31
Bishop Sankey2147.00
Delanie Walker22010.00
David Cobb166.00
Dynasty: bkrich83
10:58 PM - September 15, 2015. Written by bkrich83
Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns
Sep 20, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Tennessee Titans ()0731424
Cleveland Browns ()7001421
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense472326
Rushing Yards11754
Passing Yards355272
First Downs239
Punt Return Yards
Kick Return Yards
Total Yards
3rd Down Converstion106
4th Down Conversion10
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals
Posession Time36:2919:31
Tennessee Titans
Marcus Mariota29/4030522
Zach Mettenberger1/16910
Bishop Sankey14433.10
David Cobb8354.40
Dexter McCluster3206.70
Marcus Mariota492.30
Jalston Fowler155.00
Terrance West252.50
Delanie Walker812115.11
Harry Douglas68113.50
Dexter McCluster5193.80
Kendall Wright511523.01
Bishop Sankey188.00
Craig Stevens11010.00
Cleveland Browns
Austin Davis11/2728920
Johnny Manziel1/11600
Isaiah Crowell16553.41
Andrew Hawkins510521.01
Josh Gordon213366.51
Dwayne Bowe22412.00
Gary Barnridge23718.50
Isaiah Crowell166.00
Dynasty: bkrich83
10:49 PM - September 15, 2015. Written by bkrich83
Tennessee Titans at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sep 13, 20151234F
TEN ()070310
TAM ()037313
Top Performers
PASS: Jameis Winston - 15-19 226 yards
RUSH: Doug Martin - 30 att 102 yards
REC: Mike Evans - 4 rec. 90 yards
Team Stats Comparison
First Downs1316
3rd Down Efficiency
4th Down Efficiency
Total Yards
Passing Yards159204
Rushing Yards69138
Penalties-Penalty Yards
Time of Possession26:1229:48
Tennessee Titans
Marcus Mariota18/2418312
Bishop Sankey15422.80
David Cobb6183.00
David McCluster2105.00
Justin Hunter34916.30
Bishop Sankey3268.70
Kendall Wright3206.70
Harry Douglas3166.00
Delanie Walker22010.00
Jalston Fowler166.00
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jameis Winston15/1922500
Doug Martin301023.40
Bobby Rainey5214.21
Jameis Winston3155.00
Mike Evans49022.50
Doug Martin35317.70
Louis Murphy33812.80
Austin Seferian-Jenkins2178.50
Vincent Jackson11313.00
Bobby Rainey199.00
Dynasty: bkrich83