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Sunday, September 21, 2014
06:26 PM - September 21, 2014. Written by mwink31


Year 1

Owner Mode
All Pro
13 Min Qrt
17 Second Accel Clock
Speed: Normal
Injuries 65

JoshC1977's Slider Base w/ minor tweeks
Mizzou's Rosters

QB Acc: 15/22
Pass Block: 40/55
WR Catch: 40/40
Fumbles: 40/40
Reac Time: 45/55
INT: 15/20
Pass Cover: 35/45
Tackle: 20/30

FG Power: 50/50
FG Acc: 39/45
Punt Power: 50/50
Punt Acc: 55/80
Kick Power 50/55

Offside: 55
False Start: 55
Holding: 50
Facemask: 52
DPI: 95
OPI: 45
K/P Int: 60
Clipping: 55
Int Ground: 50
Rough Pass: 51
Rough Kick: 25

With new ownership and a new coaching staff, Tennessee hopes to make the next step and move into the playoffs under first year coach Ken Whisenhunt. He will need some help from his starting quarterback Jake Locker. Locker's health will be the key to the Titans success in the AFC South. Also, a strong running game lead by Shonn Greene will be of utmost importance if Tennessee wants to hang with Indy and Cincinnati.

This dynasty will be simple and keep the information to a minimum. Please take a few seconds and enjoy the season!

2014 Week 1

Matchup Preview | September 7, 2014
Tennessee Titans
(0-0-0, 0-0-0 Away)
Kansas City Chiefs
(0-0-0, 0-0-0 Home)

Tennessee Titans at Kansas City Chiefs
Tennessee Titans (0-0-0)76014-27
Kansas City Chiefs (0-0-0)0737-17
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense376267
Rushing Yards155111
Passing Yards221156
First Downs2111
Punt Return Yards3313
Kick Return Yards6345
Total Yards472325
3rd Down Converstion53
4th Down Conversion01
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/11/0
Posession Time28:4623:14
Tennessee Titans
Jake Locker23/4122310
Shonn Greene281535.52
Dexter McCluster144.00
Shonn Greene7639.00
Justin Hunter6416.80
Nate Washington55010.00
Kendall Wright2168.00
Delanie Walker24120.51
Derek Hagan11212.00
Kansas City Chiefs
Alex Smith14/2422621
Joe McKnight18945.20
Alex Smith3196.30
Dwayne Bowe45413.50
Junior Hemingway34414.70
Joe McKnight242.00
Donnie Avery29849.02
Travis Kelce166.00
Anthony Sherman177.00
Danario Alexander11313.00
Dynasty: mwink31

Week 15 has passed, and it may have been the most bizarre week the NFL has seen in quite some time. Jeremy Chisenhall, WR for the Colts who was leading the league in receiving yards, made the decision to retire from playing, and immediately accepted the head coaching job opening in Cincinnati. This move has the entire league speechless and dumbfounded. Chisenhall was asked why this decision was made, and replied; "I just would rather be a coach than a player."

Regardless of whether or not this move makes sense, Chisenhall is already showing some people that maybe he should be coaching, as he lead his new team to victory over the AFC North leaders, the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Chisenhall's fast-paced no huddle scheme had the Pittsburgh defense on its heels, and that allowed for Dalton to exploit some major mismatches in the coverage. Dalton threw for 350 yards and a TD, but he still needs to improve as he threw 2 Int's, which were both returned for touchdowns. The Bengals defense was incredible against Big Ben, as they forced an INT and two fumbles out of Roethlisberger, recovering one of the fumbles at their own five yard line.The defense shut the offense down completely, allowing zero offensive points. The finals score was 21-14.

This drops the Steelers down to 9-5, but keeps them at the top of the AFC North, right behind them are the Baltimore Ravens at 8-6. As for the Bengals, they are now 4-9-1. It has been a disappointing season, but Chisenhall is trying to prove that he can make this team a contender next season.
Dynasty: JCHISENH2016
09:48 AM - September 21, 2014. Written by Roscosuper
The End

This is the end of my NHL '14 Be a GM campaign. There was a delay due to a PC problem and I've decided not to continue as I've begun work on '15.

In addition to Be a GM, I may also try a HUT a dynasty (can I call it that?). I'm not familiar with HUT, but I'm willing to give it a try if I can find goals or objectives to achieve in the mode. Any ideas would be welcome.

Thank you to anyone who may have followed along this past year. I hope to see you out there for '15.

Dynasty: Roscosuper
Saturday, September 20, 2014
11:04 PM - September 20, 2014. Written by JCHISENH2016

The Colts came up short on the road this week against the now 5-4 Kansas City Chiefs. The loss was very disappointing for Indianapolis, as this seemed like a game they were sure to win.

Andrew Luck can be officially considered "on the hot seat" as he threw for just 116 yards, and zero touchdowns.

The KC secondary had Chisenhall on lock-down, as he had just 25 receiving yards for the entire game, and the team as a whole was completely shutout in the second half, leading to a final score of 27-6.

Head coach Chuck Pagano has not made any official statement on whether or not Ryan Fitzpatrick will get some snaps this upcoming week against Houston, but you can assure that Luck's disappointing stats have caused some uncertainty about his spot on the depth chart. The Colts are now 7-2, and will go into Houston to play the 4-5 Texans.
Dynasty: JCHISENH2016
10:21 PM - September 20, 2014. Written by JCHISENH2016

The Colts were looking to come back from a humiliating loss in Buffalo last week, and they did just that against Carolina today. The win was not pretty by any means, but in the end they got the job done with a 16-10 victory. Luck was still a bit sloppy, with a completion percentage of just 58.2%, but he did have a passing touchdown. Despite not scoring a touchdown, Jeremy Chisenhall still made his presence known as he had over 100 receiving yards once again, and has now passed Calvin Johnson for the leader in receiving yards this season with 1,030. This has been an incredibly unexpected rookie season for the late-round draft pick out of UAB, but for Indianapolis it is a very pleasant surprise.

The Colts are headed to Kansas City next week to take on the 4-4 Chiefs. Luck will look to improve himself, as he has struggled ever since coming back onto the field after his early-season injury.
Dynasty: JCHISENH2016
09:30 PM - September 20, 2014. Written by JCHISENH2016

As week 8 in the 2015 NFL season comes to an end, the division-leading Colts have dropped their first game of the season to the still undefeated Buffalo Bills. The score was not even close, as the final was 45-17. Andrew Luck struggled in his first game back from injury, as he had a completion percentage below 50%. The only high point for the Colts was WR Jeremy Chisenhall, who scored two TD's and had 131 yards receiving. This loss is a big blow for the Colts at the midpoint in the season, as they had defeated several good teams before this, with a few coming down to the wire. They are still 6-1 however, and are heading into Carolina as they hope to bounce back against the 4-3 Panthers.
Dynasty: JCHISENH2016
Thursday, September 18, 2014
11:08 PM - September 18, 2014. Written by hellinas00
1986 Cleveland Browns at 1940 Chicago Bears

Dynasty: hellinas00
08:14 PM - September 18, 2014. Written by bayers3

KANSAS CITY, MO - Boston continues to roll, dominating opponents with defense and pitching. Chris Archer would get the nod today against a familiar foe in James Shields. Shields has had some success against the Red Sox, and this lineup might be susceptible to being shut out.

Things got tense in the 2nd when the Royals managed to load the bases, but Archer went to his slider-fastball combo to get out of the jam. As expected, this game was a pitching masterpiece from both starters. Fans of pitching and defense would have loved this game, fans of hitting would have left before anything happened offensively.

It took 7 innings for someone to score, and it was the Red Sox that put an end to Shields' shutout. Boston finally got a rally together on Shields and put a man on 1st and 3rd with no outs before manager Ned Yost pulled Shields for Luis Ayala. Ayala pitched well, but Mookie Betts hit a towering fly ball to CF for a sac fly that would easily score Blake Swihart from 3rd.

A big day for Swihart would fuel the Red Sox offense.

Xander Bogaerts made it 2-0 in the 8th with a solo-HR, and then Leonys Bravo closed it out in the 9th for his 6th save. Archer finished the game by allowing only 2 hits and 3BB on his way to a 5th win.

Boston Red Sox at Kansas City Royals
Apr 27, 2016123456789RHE
Boston (18-8)000000110280
Kansas City (14-12)000000000040
W: Archer (5-0) L: Shields (5-1) S: Bravo (6)
Dynasty: bayers3
05:21 PM - September 18, 2014. Written by kdenson1283
Pre-season game two, was a devastating lose to the Browns. Owner, Denson, met with the media in the press conference room. "We are still fixing too many issues on the team, and really not getting a good chance at what our first team-ers can do on the field. The depth chart reads we have a great second and third string, but their display of awareness on the field is not there yet. It's pre-season the season is ahead of us and we will be ready to contend." Kirk Cousins, has displayed a lack of awareness on the field, throwing interception after interception. "When I get on the field, I play up to my highest ability, but once I see that I have made a couple turnovers. I'm second guessing my decisions." Cousins has told The Flunkies on, 107.6Dahfan.

Is this what we are looking forward to here in D.C.? Blow out after blow out. This will be a long fall and winter if this team does not improve from their 3-13 season of a year ago.

Cleveland Browns at Washington Redskins
Aug 18, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Cleveland Browns (1-0)0331723
Washington Redskins (0-1)03025
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense172310
Rushing Yards14757
Passing Yards25253
First Downs1016
Punt Return Yards00
Kick Return Yards14177
Total Yards186487
3rd Down Converstion13
4th Down Conversion10
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0/10/1
Posession Time19:1116:49
Cleveland Browns
Washington Redskins
Dynasty: kdenson1283
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
09:33 PM - September 16, 2014. Written by hellinas00
1966 Kansas City Chiefs at 2012 San Francisco 49ers

Dynasty: hellinas00
08:27 PM - September 16, 2014. Written by bayers3


Houston Texans (10-6) : The Texans went from 12-4 to 2-14 at the drop of a hat, but most feel at it's core this team is closer to a 12-4 team than a 2-14 one. They will still be elite defensively, especially with Jadeveon Clowney and JJ Watt controlling the line of scrimmage, but offensively they will probably go through some growing pains. After passing on a QB in the draft they will have to rely on Ryan Fitzpatrick after signing him off the junk heap, but they will probably continue to have a good running game so it might not be so bad. Rookie head coach Bill O'Brien is known more for his passing, their success may depend on his ability to reform a passing attack that was 15th overall in 2013. Schedule is very favorable with games against Oakland, Buffalo, and Cleveland.

Absolutely terrifying.

Indianapolis Colts (9-7) : This is more about the overall weakness of the division than the strength of the Colts, especially on defense. With the way Luck has asserted himself and played beyond his years it's very likely that the Colts claw their way back to an AFC South title, but it won't be easy. They have some brutal games (like traveling to Denver for their first game, and a visit from the Patriots) but dates with Dallas, Cleveland, and Washington will give them chances to stay ahead of their rivals. Injuries and suspensions have also limited the Colts' ceiling.

Could Luck-Hilton be the next Manning-Harrison?

Tennessee Titans (7-9) : Ken Wisenhunt takes over a team that has the potential to be very exiting, but also could fall flat on it's face. This team is going to be very dependant on Jake Locker, if Wisenhunt can work his magic they could be pretty good right away, but if Locker gets injured (again) things will go south really quickly. Schedule is decent with an opening game at vaunted Arrowhead and a late-season gift in the form of a visit from the Jets.

Locker and the Titans under Wisenhunt could surprise.

Jacksonville Jaguars (6-10) : The Jags are hard to read, after years of drafting high they have a lot of young talent but continue to stumble on the field. Jacksonville started 2013 0-8 before going 4-4 in the second half while looking like a completely different team. To be fair, two of those wins were against the Texans, but they showed enough to give fans hope. They will have a brutal late-night west coast game at San Diego, but they will get Cleveland, Dallas, and the NY Giants at home. They also dodge the Patriots with their AFC East match up against the Dolphins. Probably a year or two away from being decent, a lot of young talent is bound to sneak up on a team or two (or six).

Henne is probably a better fantasy option than a real QB.
Dynasty: bayers3
01:10 PM - September 16, 2014. Written by hellinas00
1968 Oakland Raiders at 2006 Chicago Bears

Dynasty: hellinas00
Monday, September 15, 2014
09:13 PM - September 15, 2014. Written by bayers3

With the pre-season out of the way we have a much clearer picture of the Colts starting lineups. It's hard to read too much from scores, with the Colts finishing 2-2, but with Andrew Luck leaving after the first few series things didn't look great. Outside of the 25-7 victory over the NY Giants there wasn't much to get Colts fans excited.


Indianapolis Colts Depth Chart - 2014
Regular Offense
WRR. WayneH. Nicks
TED. AllenC. Fleener
LTA. CastonzoJ. Reitz
LGD. ThomasJ. Mewhort
CK. HolmesT. Austin
RGH. ThorntonL. Louis
RTG. CherilusX. Nixon
WRT.Y. HiltonD. Rogers
QBA. LuckM. Hasselbeck
FBS. Havili
HBT. RichardsonA. Bradshaw
Base 3-4 Defense
LDEC. ReddingR. Jean Francois
NTB. McKinneyM. Hughes
RDEA. JonesF. Moala
LOLBB. WernerE. Walden
LILBJ. FreemanA. Jackson
RILBD. JacksonK. Sheppard
ROLBR. MathisC. Johsnon
CBV. DavisG. Toler
SSM. AdamsC. Anderson
FSL. LandryS. Brown
CBD. ButlerJ. Gordy
Special Teams
KA. Vinatieri
PP. McAfee
PRD. Moncrief
KRD. Moncrief


Quarterback : It wasn't really a question to start with, but if the Colts have a definitive answer anywhere it's under center. Andrew Luck is one of the best young quarterbacks (if not overall) in the NFL, and he should continue to drive the Colts. As Luck goes, so does the offense, which should be no surprise. It's all going to come down to the talent around him in 2015, even though they managed to exceed projections the last two seasons.

Luck may need an MVP season to get the Colts into the playoffs.

Special Teams : Adam Viniateri and Pat McAfee return, with Viniateri basically on the verge of retirement, and both continue to be solid. Griff Whalen and Donte Moncrief fought it out for return duties with Moncrief getting the nod after Whalen was cut. Coaches have eyed T.Y. Hilton for return duties, but he may be too valuable if Wayne or Nicks goes down with an injury.

Tight End : The assumption is that offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton is going to go with more two-TE formations and emphasize the run this year. The organization has been excited about Dwayne Allen, who basically missed all of 2013 with an injury, and Coby Fleener. Fleener, a former college teammate of Luck, hasn't been able to produce the numbers expected from their relationship, but with Allen out he performed well in 2013 (52REC, 608YDS, 4TD) and hopes are that he will continue to be productive. Look for Luck to find his TE tandum if the WR group struggles with injury or performance.


Defense : Alot of new faces next to ROLB Robert Mathis didn't do much to improve a unit that was 26th against the run in 2013. The Colts were decent against the pass (13th), but with SS Delano Howell moving into a starting role and CB Darius Butler starting opposite Vontae Davis, it's hard to see the Colts ranking as well in pass coverage. The Davis-Butler tandem have the ceiling of a very good pass defense, but it's hard to tell if that is ever going to materialize. The defensive line, coming out of a 3-4 scheme, is probably going to be just as bad if not worse this year. If the Colts are going to win the division or have a shot at the Wild Card they are not going to be able to depend on their defense, this is a unit that needs to be rebuilt as soon as possible.

Can Vontae Davis hold down the secondary by himself?

HB Pecking Order : Trent Richardson seemed like a no-brainer for the Colts, but now he seems like a real lemon. That being said, he still sits atop the HB depth chart, but that could change really quickly this year. Vick Ballard and Ahmad Bradshaw basically missed out on the entire 2013 season and both of them look like they could steal the starting HB job away if Richardson has a repeat of last season. All three have upside, but all three have serious downsides as well. Richardson has the advantage based on his contribution to the passing game, he still has a shot to prove that he is a 1st round talent. Few expect the Colts to rush much, but if they can't rush at all they won't be able to develop a balanced attack.

WR Depth : Reggie Wayne is 35 and coming off a season lost to injury, Hakeem Nicks is unreliable, and TY Hilton is mostly seen as a deep threat. 2014 3rd round pick Donte Moncrief is exciting, but few think he will have much impact in his rookie year, and Da'Rick Rogers only had 14 receptions last year. Unless Hilton develops into a defacto #1WR, things could get ugly pretty fast if Wayne or Nicks struggle.
Dynasty: bayers3
08:53 PM - September 15, 2014. Written by bayers3

BOSTON, MA - The Red Sox continue to roll, bringing a 14-6 record home to face the Tigers. As luck would have it they would get to face an old friend, Jon Lester, but Chris Archer would be more than a match for the former Boston ace. This would also be an opportunity for the Tigers to get a little revenge for the ALDS drubbing last season.

The Red Sox would score early and often tonight, and Lester would not enjoy his trip to Fenway this year. Xander Bogaerts landed on 3rd and Nelson Cruz, at DH against the lefty Lester, would drive him in with an RBI single in the 1st. Will Middlebrooks would add to the misery in the 2nd with a solo-HR, the 100th of his career, that would just barely make it over the RF wall. Chris Owings would make it 4-0 with a 2R-HR, and Boston was just getting warmed up.

Jackey Bradley Jr. would hit a 2R-HR over the Green Monster in the 3rd, and then Dustin Pedroia would drive in Owings in the 4th to end Lester's day without recording a single out in the inning. Things weren't much better, in fact they got worse, once Lester left. An RBI single in the 5th by Blake Swihart would set the table for a horrific 6th inning. Doubles and singles rained down on whatever poor soul the Tigers threw in and after the dust had settled four Red Sox players collected RBIs on their way to a 5 run inning.

Owings' Combo Meal would pace the Tigers' beating.

Archer was basically stunning, striking out 16 Tigers in 7IP while only allowing 2BB. His dedication to using the slider and pounding the strike zone instead of nibbling at the corners has really paid off this year. Detroit could only must a single hit, with the Bogaerts-Owings-Pedroia trio hoovering up anything in the infield. The Tigers would salvage some respect with a Bryan Holaday solo-HR in the 8th, but the damage was done.

Detroit Tigers at Boston Red Sox
Apr 22, 2016123456789RHE
Detroit (10-9)000000010130
Boston (15-6)13211500X13200
W: Archer (4-0) L: Lester (2-2)
Dynasty: bayers3
Sunday, September 14, 2014
11:09 AM - September 14, 2014. Written by sonsart2
Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys
Oct 5, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Houston Texans ()700714
Dallas Cowboys ()101371040
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense166570
Rushing Yards48242
Passing Yards118328
First Downs330
Punt Return Yards1035
Kick Return Yards18947
Total Yards365652
3rd Down Converstion3-121117
4th Down Conversion0-00-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0-0-07-4-3
Posession Time15:0744:53
Scoring Summary
8:20(DAL) D.Murray 1 yd run (D.Bailey kick)07
4:19(DAL) D.Bailey 20 yd FG010
4:09(HOU) K.Martin 100 yd kick return (R.Bironas kick)710
14:56(DAL) D.Bailey 37 yd FG713
10:14(DAL) D.Murray 1 yd run (D.Bailey kick)720
0:00(DAL) D.Bailey 19 yd FG723
3:23(DAL) T.Williams 1 yd pass from T.Romo (D.Bailey kick)730
10:56(DAL) D.Bailey 18 yd FG733
10:32(HOU) M.Thomas 84 yd pass from R.Fitzpatrick (R.Bironas kick)1433
5:11(DAL) J.Witten 5 yd pass from T.Romo (D.Bailey kick)1440
Houston Texans
Ryan Fitzpatrick13/2713613
Arian Foster8384.70
Andre Brown144.00
Brad Smelley166.00
Ryan Griffin471.70
Arian Foster372.30
Mike Thomas28743.51
Case Keenum144.00
Devier Posey133.00
Deandre Hopkins199.00
Andre Johnson11919.00
Dallas Cowboys
Tony Romo34/4332420
Demarco Murray432245.22
Lance Dunbar6183.00
Jason Witten1113512.21
Dez Bryant66310.50
Cole Beasley56212.40
Devin Harris4235.70
Demarco Murray3103.30
Terrance Williams3186.01
Gavin Escobar122.00
Lance Dunbar11111.00
Dynasty: sonsart2