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Monday, September 29, 2014
10:02 AM - September 29, 2014. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings
Oct 12, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Detroit Lions (2-4)00077
Minnesota Vikings (5-1)3107020
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense269315
Rushing Yards64213
Passing Yards205102
First Downs1417
Punt Return Yards1824
Kick Return Yards1337
Total Yards300376
3rd Down Converstion2-12 (16%)6-16 (37%)
4th Down Conversion0-2 (0%)0-1 (0%)
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1-1-0 (100%)4-2-1 (75%)
Posession Time22:5937:01
Scoring Summary
0:43(MIN) Blair Walsh 18 Yard FG03
9:48(MIN) Jerick McKinnon 3 Yard TD Run010
0:00(MIN) Blair Walsh 41 Yard FG013
8:38(MIN) Christian Ponder 3 Yard TD Pass to Kyle Rudolph020
1:31(DET) Dan Orlovsky 19 Yard TD Pass to T.J. Jones720
Detroit Lions
Dan Orlovsky25/3723411
Joique Bell14533.70
Theo Riddick188.00
Dan Orlovsky133.00
Calvin Johnson1012012.00
Eric Ebron4317.70
Golden Tate22211.00
T.J. Jones11919.01
Kevin Ogletree2189.00
Sidney Rice11414.00
Joique Bell5102.00
Dominic Raiola21
Chris Snee01
LaAdrian Waddle01
Stephen Tulloch100.000
Don Carey50.000
DeAndre Levy50.000
Ashlee Palmer50.000
Ndamukong Suh50.000
Ezekiel Ansah42.000
Nick Fairley40.000
Rashean Mathis40.000
Darryl Tapp40.000
Bill Bentley30.000
James Ihedigbo30.000
Darius Slay30.000
Devin Tayloe30.000
Caraun Reid21.000
Alex Henery 0/01/110
Sam Martin833341.61
Golden Tate11313.00
Theo Riddick11818.00
Minnesota Vikings
Christian Ponder13/2213410
Matt Cassel0/1000
Matt Asiata271053.80
Jerick McKinnon161036.41
Christian Ponder650.80
Adam Thielen5418.20
Kyle Rudolph33110.31
Devin Hester22211.00
Jerick McKinnon12121.00
Jarius Wright11515.00
Greg Jennings144.00
Phil Loadholt33
Brandon Fusco10
Matt Kalil10
Robert Blanton61.000
Chad Greenway50.000
Shaun Prater50.000
Josh Robinson50.000
Harrison Smith40.000
Anthony Barr31.000
Linval Joseph31.000
Captain Munnerlyn30.010
Audie Cole30.000
Sharrif Floyd21.000
Everson Griffen20.000
Corey Wootton20.000
Blair Walsh2/22/2841
Jeff Locke 730944.13
Devin Hester12323.00
Jarius Wright11414.00
Marcus Sherels22412.00
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
06:55 AM - September 29, 2014. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers
Oct 2, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Minnesota Vikings (4-1)13207747
Green Bay Packers (2-3)00077
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense481266
Rushing Yards198107
Passing Yards283159
First Downs2210
Punt Return Yards50
Kick Return Yards49110
Total Yards535376
3rd Down Converstion9-16 (56%)2-11 (18%)
4th Down Conversion0-1 (0%)0-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals5-3-1 (80%)1-1-0 (100%)
Posession Time39:2720:33
Scoring Summary
10:21 (MIN) Christian Ponder 8 Yard TD Pass to Greg Jennings70
5:45(MIN) Blaie Walsh 54 Yard FG100
1:38(MIN) Blair Walsh 46 Yard FG 130
13:36(MIN) Matt Asiata 5 Yard TD Run200
2:53(MIN) Blair Walsh 47 Yard FG230
1:59(MIN) Christian Ponder 23 Yard TD Run300
0:01(MIN) Blair Walsh 33 Yard FG330
7:43(MIN) Christian Ponder 5 Yard TD Pass to Greg Jennings400
12:56(MIN) Matt Asiata 28 Yard TD Run470
10:11(GNB) Eddie Lacy 2 Yard TD Run477
Minnesota Vikings
Christian Ponder25/3528521
Matt Asiata311244.02
Jerick McKinnon12534.40
Christian Ponder22110.51
Jarius Wright710114.40
Kyle Rudolph8617.60
Adam Thielen 35117.00
Greg Jennings44611.52
Jerick McKinnon22110.50
Matt Asiata155.00
Matt Kalil20
Brandon Fusco10
Phil Loadholt10
John Sullivan01
Anthony Barr70.000
Harrison Smith60.000
Jasper Brinkley50.000
Corey Wootton42.000
Chad Greenway40.000
Shaun Prater40.000
Linval Joseph30.000
Josh Robinson30.000
Sharrif Floyd21.000
Antone Exum, Jr.20.000
Robert Blanton10.010
Blair Walsh4/44/41654
Jeff Locke28542.52
Devin Hester24924.50
Marcus Sherels252.50
Green Bay Packers
Matt Flynn17/2818501
Eddie Lacy12574.71
James Starks8465.70
John Kuhn122.00
Matt Flynn122.00
Jarrett Boykin47619.00
DaVante Adams33712.30
Jordy Nelson3258.30
Jermichael Finley2189.00
Randall Cobb11717.00
Eddie Lacy166.00
DuJuan Harris231.50
James Starks133.00
Josh Sitton11
Don Barclay12
Morgan Burnett130.000
Julius Peppers100.000
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix80.000
A.J. Hawk80.000
Josh Boyd51.000
Brad Jones50.000
Datone Jones40.000
B.J. Raji40.000
Casey Hayward30.000
Tramon Williams30.000
Khyri Thornton20.000
David Bakhtiari20.000
Nick Perry10.010
Mason Crosby0/11/110
Tim Masthay725336.10
Tramon Williams410526.20
James Starks155.00
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
Sunday, September 28, 2014
09:11 PM - September 28, 2014. Written by dmoyer1994
Hello and welcome to my Hawaii Rainbow Warriors dynasty! After several restarted and failed dynasties, I have finally compiled a list of house rules to make my dynasty experience more realistic and fun for myself. I have also decided to chronicle the experience on OperationSports because I love their dynasty table generators and it will make the experience more fluid for everyone involved.
This is not my first dynasty with the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors. I had a previous dynasty with them in which I went 10-3 and 7-2 in my first two seasons before I decided to end it due to it being unrealistic. I felt that the wins were coming too easily and the recruiting was very easy at Hawaii, despite them being off of the mainland. So in this dynasty I have implemented a bunch of house rules that will hopefully make it more realistic.
My long term goals for this dynasty will be to eventually move Hawaii to the Pac-12 and to win a national championship with the 'Bows. Of course, the move to the Pac-12 will only happen after I have several Mountain West Conference championships under my belt. I don't have a determined amount in time, but it definitely needs to be more than 2-3 or when I feel that Hawaii can successfully compete in the tougher Pac-12 conference.

On a different note, I don't have the capabilities to mod the game so that I can have a 4-team playoff, so I'll be sticking with the regular BCS format. It sucks, because I'd love to implement a playoff system, but the dynasty shall move on without it.
House Rules
Number of Signees: I can only sign (# of seniors + 2). For example, if I have 19 seniors on my team, I can only sign 19 recruits.
No Scouting: I cannot scout any of the recruits.
One Athlete: I can only sign one athlete to a recruiting class.
Regional Restrictions:
1 Star Prestige: I can only recruit my home state and pipelines.
2/3 Star Prestige: I can only recruit my home state, pipelines, and the states of Washington, Oregon, and California.
4 Star Prestige: I can only recruit my home state, pipelines, and the states of Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona, Nevada, and Idaho.
5/6 Star Prestige: There are no distance limitations but any other restrictions still apply.
Outsiders: I can recruit three outsiders from outside of the regional restrictions in order to build up more pipelines.
Away Game Recruiting: I can recruit one player from a state in which Hawaii is scheduled to play an away game. For example, if Hawaii is scheduled to play at Michigan State, I can recruit one player from the state of Michigan. I can recruit more than one player from that state ONLY IF two or more recruits are from the same hometown.
Interest Restrictions:
Top 10: Hawaii must be in a recruit's Top 10 in order to recruit them.
Outsiders: Hawaii does not have to be in these recruit's Top 10, but I cannot recruit any player that is one star higher than the school's current prestige.
Away Game: Hawaii does not have to be in these recruit's Top 10, but I cannot recruit any player that is one star higher than the school's current prestige.
In State: I can recruit any player within my home state, regardless of that player's ranking.
FCS Teams: I cannot schedule any FCS teams.
Rivalry Games: I must schedule at least one rivalry game per season if the schedule permits so.
Player Rankings
Manual Offseason Improvement Rankings: I will be manually editing each of my player during the offseason and not using the pre-programed training boosts that the game gives each player at the end of the season. I have not yet figured out which format to use for this, so I'll update this as needed.
Achievement Boosts: I will be giving CPU (and possibly my own) players boosts for achieving certain awards. Such awards will include a spot on an All-America team and each of the individual awards that are given near the end of the season. I have not yet figured out which format to use for this, so I'll update this as needed.
Dynasty: dmoyer1994
11:08 AM - September 28, 2014. Written by bayers3

Player (Prospect Grade - John Sickels, Current Level)

1B, Issac Koufax (Grade : A, AAA Pawtucket)

The crown jewel of Boston's system and one of their best draft picks in years. Will probably spend the entire season in AAA as a formality as he would be in the majors right now if Will Middlebrooks hadn't been signed to a 4-year deal after a big 2014 season. Still a gold glove defender with 25+ HR .300 hitting upside, profiles as similar to Freddie Freeman offensively.

LHP, Trey Ball (Grade : B, AAA Pawtucket)

Looks ready for an MLB trial run, should be given a shot to win a spot in the rotation in 2017. Started the season 5-1 with a 2.93ERA, command could use sharpening but at this point is basically a finished product.

OF, Tyron Green (Grade : B, A-Advanced Salem)

Tyron has coaches drooling and rival organizations wishing they had rolled the dice on him and his brother. As expected he defends extremely well and could be promoted to AA by mid-season just based on his fielding. Hitting has been better than expected, showing very good plate discipline despite an aggressive approach to the plate. His quick compact swing helps him make up for the aggression, and with some additional work could flash some real power. Ripped through rookie and Class A ball last season after being drafted and finished with a few games at Salem, stole 20 bases in 2015 in basically half a season.

OF, Justin Green (Grade : B, A-Advanced Salem)

Very similar to his brother Tyron, but with a slightly less aggressive approach at the plate. Showed a good eye and killed pitches over the plate on his way to a .432BA across rookie and Class A. Hit a few more HR than his brother, 12, but with a little more work could turn some of his hard hit doubles into HR. Elite defender, should be promoted to AA at some point this season to be tested by more advanced pitching and better breaking balls.

RHP, Roddy Gibson (Grade : B, AAA Pawtucket)

An embarrassment of riches for Boston, yet another young hard throwing starter. Very good stuff, but still needs work on his command. Throws his fastball for strikes but it's seriously hit-or-miss with his secondary offerings. Could use a year in AAA to work on his command before a possible chance at the majors.

LHP, Brett Gilchrist (Grade : B-, AA Portland)

Former college pitcher who looks just about ready for the majors. Doesn't have the stuff of Gibson, but throws strikes and shows command of his secondary pitches that could see him promoted to AAA soon. The fact that he is left handed may give him a boost, but Boston is suddenly loaded with lefty pitchers (Owens, Davis, Ball) so he might find himself stuck behind them.

OF, Pedro Santana (Grade : B-, AAA Pawtucket)

Grade is practically based solely on his defense. The switch to CF was basically seamless and he could be the best defensive outfielder in the minors. Still limited in the long run by his hitting, no power to speak of but decent with pitch recognition. Monster on the base paths could be a 40+ base stealer in the majors if he played every day, but long term value is probably as a defensive utility man.

RHP, Austin Berkeley (Grade : B-, A Greenville)

Transformation has been stunning after a rough start in rookie ball. Coaching staff has rebuilt his delivery without losing any of the velocity that made Boston drool. Looks like they may have struck gold in the tall-hard-throwing-RHP lottery they have played recently, but there is still work to do. Fastball is a solid 70 with 80 not far off, but he continues to struggle with secondary pitches and works a little too high in the zone. Fastball in the 100's allows him to use the upper half, but can be wild at times and hittable when his secondary offerings aren't working. Coaches have him working on a circle change, slider, and a hard splitter that can be devastating at times. Some scouts have compared him to Aroldis Chapman, others Rick Ankiel, a year in Class A will give Boston a better idea of where he is headed as a player.

RHP, Leonidas Alcantara (Grade : C+, A-Advanced Salem)

Another solid sleeper pick by Boston, could see a massive rating upgrade going into the 2017 season. Breezed through rookie and Class A Greenville in his first pro season with an overpowering fastball. Secondary offerings are a work in progress, but flash plus potential. The fastball has been so good for him that below-average secondary offerings (Circle change, curve) generated swing-and-miss results at the lower levels. Potential mid-rotation starter, reminds scouts of recent Boston draft jackpot Leonys Bravo.

RHP, Rafael Alcantara (Grade : C+, A-Advanced Salem)

Another twin who is eerily similar to his brother. Rafael's fastball isn't as dominant as Leonidas' but his secondary pitches have come along much more quickly. Mainly his hard splitter has made up for anything his fastball lacked. Throws for strikes including his below-average change up, but the Fastball-Splitter combo has been enough to devastate younger hitters so far.

RHP, Allen Webster (Grade : C+, AAA Pawtucket)

Webster is looking at his last chance in the Red Sox system, he may be traded if they can find someone willing to take him on. He's on the wrong side of the best bullpen in baseball, and it's hard to see where he fits in especially with a few of the guys above him on this list. Declining production and age are probably dooming his career at this point.
Dynasty: bayers3
09:56 AM - September 28, 2014. Written by sonsart2
Luton Town spent the first half trying to breakthrough with a goal, and when they did. They didn't stop there.

CM Jake Hessenthaler opened up the scoring in the 45th minute with a brilliant chip shot from the edge of the box that gently sailed over the outstretched hands of Northampton GK Duke and just under the crossbar for the game's first goal.

In the 81st minute, CAM Luke Guttridge sent a pass to streaking RM Luke Rooney, who settled the ball and fired a shot under a diving goalkeeper into the back of the net.

Finally in the 2nd minute of extra time in the second half, CAM Jim Stevenson sent a through ball to sprinting Luke Guttridge. He first-timed the ball with authority from just outside the 6 yard box over goaltender Duke's shoulder and into the top right corner of the net.

Oct 7, 2014 - Luton Town vs Northampton Town
Luton Town ()123
Northampton Town ()000
Team Stats Comparison
Luton TownNorthampton Town
7Shots on Target1
0Yellow Cards0
0Red Cards0
70%Shot Accuracy33%
86%Passing Percentage80%
Dynasty: sonsart2
08:40 AM - September 28, 2014. Written by sonsart2
A goalless draw between Northampton and Luton Town today, in what was a very even game. There were a few loose moments for both defenses at times, but neither team was able to capitalize. The draw was a well earned discision for both sides.

With the draw Luton Town moves to 5-5-1 and remain in 2nd place, now 3 points behind league leading Southend United. Northampton Town is in 3rd at 6-2-3. They are tied with Luton Town in both points and goal differential, but fall behind in goals scored 17-12. It's still early in the season (about 1/4 of the way through), but only 3 points separate 2nd from 10th place in the league table.

Next up is a rematch of today's game with Northampton in Round 2 of the J. Paint Trophy. This time the game will be in Luton Town on only 3 days rest. It will be interesting to see how many of today's starters play again.

Oct 4, 2014 - Northampton Town vs Luton Town
Northampton Town ()000
Luton Town (5-5-1)000
Team Stats Comparison
Northampton TownLuton Town
3Shots on Target3
1Yellow Cards0
0Red Cards0
60%Shot Accuracy50%
80%Passing Percentage68%
Dynasty: sonsart2
07:06 AM - September 28, 2014. Written by sonsart2
ST Paul Benson scored twice in the first 26 minutes, and Luton cruised to a 2-1 victory over Bury.

In the 8th minute, Benson scored on a rebound off a shot from CAM Luke Guttridge. Benson has found himself often in a position to score on rebound chances.

In the 26th minute, Benson would score again. This time, it was a penalty awarded to Luton Town on a clumsy foul in the box that resulted in a yellow card for RB Soares, the offender. Benson easily chipped the ball into the left side of the net as the goaltender went right.

The score would remain 2-0 until Bury got on the scoreboard when it was far too late to save the game. In the 89th minute, Soares put a cross in from the right side on a free kick that was headed off the post by Nardiello. Hussey slide under Luton defender Steve McNulty to slide the ball by the keeper for Bury's only goal.

With the win, Luton Town (5-4-1) finds itself up to 2nd place in the league, 1 point behind Southend United. Bury (3-2-5) is in 18th place.

Sep 20, 2014 - Luton Town vs Bury
Luton Town ()202
Bury ()011
Team Stats Comparison
Luton TownBury
7Shots on Target2
2Yellow Cards2
0Red Cards0
58%Shot Accuracy50%
80%Passing Percentage76%
Dynasty: sonsart2
Luton Town scored 3 times in the first 21 minutes to put this game away early. Exeter City looked lost for most of the game, as they were quickly disheartened by the relentless Luton Town attack.

Luton Town's first goal came in the 2nd minute, when Luke Guttridge slipped between two defenders with the ball and striking with authority from 12 yards out.

Just 9 minutes later, Guttridge would strike again, this time from the edge of the penalty area into the bottom right corner.

In the 21st minute, ST Paul Benson sent a pretty pass to Guttridge who first-timed a shot that glanced off the far post, but Benson streaked toward the goal on the shot and easily put the ball in uncontested.

The score would remain at 3-0 until Guttridge struck again in the 87th minute. ST Mark Cullen send a pass from the left edge of the penalty area to a streaking Guttridge who struck a beautiful shot from 18 yards into the bottom left corner of the net.

With the win, Luton Town moves to 4-4-1 into 4th place, 1 point out of the lead. Exeter City (2-2-5) finds itself in 22nd place.

Sep 20, 2014 - Exeter City vs Luton Town
Exeter City ()000
Luton Town ()314
Team Stats Comparison
Exeter CityLuton Town
1Shots on Target5
0Yellow Cards0
0Red Cards0
50%Shot Accuracy62%
88%Passing Percentage80%
Dynasty: sonsart2
01:57 AM - September 28, 2014. Written by sonsart2
For the second time in 3 matches, Luton Town could only capture a draw despite leading in the waning moments.

ST Paul Benson scored two goals to give Luton Town one goal leads. The first came just 7 minutes into the match when CAM Jim Stevenson blast a shot from the left corner of the box. His shot was brilliantly saved by the keeper, but the rebound was easily put away into the bottom right corner by Stevenson.

The lead would remain 1-0 for only 4 minutes. In the 11th minute, Oxford CM Rose took a free kick from just outside the right side of the box. The ball was headed away from the net by Luton CM Andy Drury, but Luton CAM Jim Stevenson mistakenly headed the ball back in front of the box where Oxford's Collins headed the ball straight down to his teammate ST Morris. His shot hit the post, but he slid to get the rebound and put the ball into the open net.

Luton's Benson would strike again in the 34th minute. Off a nice pass from CM Solomon Taiwo, Paul Benson first timed the ball in from about 8 yards out just over the keepers reach into the top left corner.

The final Oxford goal came off a free kick. This time LM Brown sent a ball from about 40 yards away unto the box where ST Hylton headed the ball over an outstretched GK Mark Tyler to tie the game in the 5th minute of extra time in the second half.

With the draw, Luton Town now has 13 points (3-4-1) and finds itself in 8th place. Oxford United (2-3-3) is now in 15th place.
Dynasty: sonsart2
Saturday, September 27, 2014
03:18 PM - September 27, 2014. Written by bkrich83

Joe Flacco has thrown for 22 TD's and 3,320 yards so far this season.

I usually just play single seasons with different teams. I started with the 2014 Baltimore Ravens.

The Ravens are off to a 9-4 start one game behind the surprising Cleveland Browns.

NFL Standings - Updated: Dec 13, 2014

Teams Stats

Baltimore Ravens Stats - 2014
Joe Flacco274/4743,3207.0255.471221086.1
Bernard Pierce2561,0624.17238
Justin Forsett1364903.61700
Lorenzo Taliaferro10585.81100
Kyle Juszczyk8313.9600
Steve Smith jr,5775713.3571
Torrey Smith5661911.1239
Dennis Pitta4569215.4249
Jacoby Jones3754314.7767
Bernard Pierce211678.0021
Justin Forsett161418.8121
Kyle Juszczyk15946.3013
Marlon Brown1114313.0236
Owen Daniels99610.7323

Team Schedule Results

Baltimore Ravens 2014 Schedule
Sep 7vs BengalsWon, 13-10
Sep 11vs SteelersWon, 27-24
Sep 21at BrownsLost, 13-10
Sep 28vs PanthersLost, 30-20
Oct 5at ColtsWon, 26-16
Oct 12at BuccaneersLost, 30-24
Oct 19vs FalconsWon, 33-14
Oct 26at BengalsWon, 40-38
Nov 2at SteelersWon, 31-28
Nov 9vs TitansWon, 29-13
Nov 24at SaintsLost, 24-20
Nov 30vs ChargersWon, 38-29
Dec 7at DolphinsWon, 23-16
Dec 14vs Jaguars
Dec 21at Texans
Dec 28vs Browns

Ravens Injury Report Week 15
PosPlayerInjury Note
TEDennis PittaRuptured Disk (2 Weeks)
LBTerrell SuggsDislocated Ankle (2 Weeks)
CBLardarius WebbBroken Hand (4 Weeks)
Dynasty: bkrich83
02:44 PM - September 27, 2014. Written by sonsart2
An unfortunate own goals off the shoulder of Dagenham defenseman David Batt in the 60th minute was all the scoring Luton Town would need in a 1-0 win.

Luton Town put constant pressure on Dagenham, but were unable to score on their own. Luton Town outshot Dagenham 12-3. Six of those 12 shots made their way to the keeper, but none went past him.

The Luton Town manager was not thrilled with the performance. "We beat the last place team in the league. Congratulations. If we're going to compete for a spot in League 1, we're going to have to finish better."

With the win, Luton Town has 12 points in 7 games, moving them to 8th in the League standings. Dagenham's 2 points leaves them in 24th and in bottom position.

Sep 13, 2014 - Luton Town vs Dagenham & Redbridge
Luton Town ()011
Dagenham & Redbridge ()000
Team Stats Comparison
Luton TownDagenham & Redbridge
6Shots on Target2
1Yellow Cards0
0Red Cards0
50%Shot Accuracy66%
84%Passing Percentage70%
Dynasty: sonsart2
01:31 PM - September 27, 2014. Written by sonsart2
Luton Town led for nearly 75 minutes during this game, but a late goal by Akpa Akpro in the 90th minute stole 2 points from Luton Town. League leading Shrewsbury Town tied the game 2-2.

The scoring began in the 7th minute when Luke Guttridge curled a shot just out of the reach of the Shrewsbury GK Leutweiler.

The score would remain 0-1 until the 71st minute, when Shrewsbury's Wildig sent a clever cross to Singer, who headed the ball beyond the hard-charge GK Tyler.

Luton Town would answer back 7 minutes later, when Rooney fired a shot from the right side of the box. Leutweiler made the save, but was unable to control the ball. Newly acquired and fresh off the bench M Jake Hessenthaler got his head to the ball first and guided it gently under the crossbar. Luton Town felt the win was inevitable.

But Shrewsbury, who had been scrappy all day, wouldn't have it. As th clock ticked into the 2nd minute of extra time, Wesolowski sent a ball ahead down the middle ad into the box. Luton midfielder Jonathan Smith got his head to it, but sent the ball directly to Shrewsbury's Akpa Akpro, who had time to settle the ball and send a strike just inside the left post to finalize a 2-2 draw.

With the draw, Luton Town has 9 points through 6 games and finds itself in 11th place. Shrewsbury Town remains on top of the League 2 table with 13 points.

Sep 6, 2014 - Shrewsbury Town vs Luton Town
Shrewsbury Town ()022
Luton Town (2-3-1)112
Team Stats Comparison
Shrewsbury TownLuton Town
2Shots on Target9
1Yellow Cards0
1Red Cards0
40%Shot Accuracy60%
82%Passing Percentage75%
Dynasty: sonsart2
06:29 AM - September 27, 2014. Written by sonsart2
Luton Town earned the second victory of the season with a 2-1 win over Carlisle United.

The first half was goalless until Benson & Drury combined on a well executed give and go in the 45th minute. Benson got the ball to Drury down low, where he sent a clever back heel back to Benson who beat his marker and put the ball in the short side corner of the goal.

The game remained 1-0 until the 75th minute, Luton Defenseman Griffiths had a bad giveaway in the box to Thirlwell, who sent a nice pass to Paynter to put the ball away.

Unhappy with a potential draw, Stevenson sent a pass into the right side of the box to Lafayette who blasted the ball into the opposite side of the net.

The 2-1 win moves Luton Town to 2-2-1, in 10th place in League 2. Carlisle United drop to 2-0-3 in 15th place.

Luton Town sent CDM Andy Parry on a season loan to Notts County.
With the transfer window closing in 24 hours, it will be interesting to see who Luton Town is able to acquire. They have $695,000 and $2,500 per wek available to them.

Aug 30, 2014 - Luton Town vs Carlisle United
Luton Town ((2-2-1))112
Carlisle United ()011
Team Stats Comparison
Luton TownCarlisle United
2Shots on Target1
1Yellow Cards0
0Red Cards0
33%Shot Accuracy33%
81%Passing Percentage84%
Dynasty: sonsart2
06:24 AM - September 27, 2014. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Atlanta Falcons at Minnesota Vikings
Sep 28, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Atlanta Falcons (0-4)14140331
Minnesota Vikings (3-1)71492353
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense413322
Rushing Yards43180
Passing Yards370142
First Downs1713
Punt Return Yards140
Kick Return Yards83289
Total Yards497651
3rd Down Converstion5-12 (41%)8-15 (53%)
4th Down Conversion0-00-1 (0%)
2-Point Conversion0-00-1 (0%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4-2-0 (50%)5-4-1 (100%)
Posession Time26:4033:20
Scoring Summary
7:36(ATL) Matt Ryan 6 Yard TD Pass to Julio Jones70
7:26(MIN) Devin Hester 91 Yard KR for TD77
3:45(ATL) Matt Ryan 22 Yard TD Pass to Steven Jackson147
14:45(ATL) Matt Ryan 60 Yard TD Pass to Roddy White217
9:31(MIN) Christian Ponder 3 Yard TD Pass to Devin Hester2114
7:10(MIN) Christian Ponder 37 Yard TD Pass to Adam Thielen2121
0:42(ATL) Matt Ryan 16 Yard TD Pass to Julio Jones2821
8:44(MIN) Matt Asiata 5 Yard TD Run2828
4:37(MIN) Atl: Team Safety (Matt Ryan sacked in EZ by Everson Griffen)2830
14:57(MIN) Christian Ponder 7 Yard TD Pass to Jarius Wright2837
11:06(MIN) Blair Walsh 20 Yard FG2840
5:01(ATL) Matt Bryant 53 Yard FG3140
4:51(MIN) Devin Hester 101 Yard KR for TD (2pt. No Good)3146
4:43(MIN) Christian Ponder 11 Yard TD Run3153
Atlanta Falcons
Matt Ryan31/4543141
Devonta Freeman3217.00
Matt Ryan11313.00
Steven Jackson691.50
Roddy White411428.51
Harry Douglas89311.60
Steven Jackson78412.01
Devonta Freeman35618.60
Julio Jones5469.22
Levine Toilolo12424.00
Juron Criner199.00
Bear Pascoe133.00
Drew Davis122.00
Joe Hawley03
Justin Blalock02
Jake Matthews02
Jon Asamoah01
Sam Baker01
Kemal Ishmael80.000
Dwight Lowery70.000
Jonathan Massaquoi60.000
Paul Worrilow60.000
William Moore50.000
Kroy Biermann41.000
Corey Peters40.000
Rufus Johnson, Jr.30.000
Mike Catapano21.000
Javier Arenas20.000
Malliciah Goodman20.000
Zeke Motta20.000
Desmond Trufant20.000
Sean Weatherspoon20.000
Matt Bryant1/14/4753
Matt Bosher522745.41
Harry Douglas45513.70
Javier Arenas22814.00
Javier Arenas111.00
Minnesota Vikings
Christian Ponder14/2016030
Jeff Locke0/1000
Matt Asiata311304.11
Jerick McKinnon7324.50
Christian Ponder2189.01
Adam Thielen25427.01
Devin Hester44210.51
Jerick McKinnon22211.00
Greg Jennings2157.50
Kyle Rudolph2147.00
Jarius Wright2136.51
Brandon Fusco10
Matt Kalil10
Phil Loadholt10
John Sullivan10
Jasper Brinkley70.000
Harrison Smith60.000
Linval Joseph53.000
Robert Blanton50.000
Everson Griffen42.000
Josh Robinson40.010
Chad Greenway21.000
Antone Exum, Jr.20.000
Sharrif Floyd20.000
Captain Munnerlyn20.000
Shaun Prater20.000
Jabari Price20.000
Scott Crichton 11.000
Tom Johnson11.000
Corey Wootton11.000
Blair Walsh1/16/6920
Jeff Locke517635.22
Devin Hester628347.12
Marcus Sherels166.00
Marcus Sherels24020.00
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
05:25 AM - September 27, 2014. Written by sonsart2
Twice down a goal, Luton Town managed to earn a draw.

The scoring opened in the 28th minute when Bruna sent a cross into the box from the right side of the defense to a well-marked Odejayi, but his head got to the ball before Wilkinson could reach it and sent it by GK Tyler into the top corner.

Just before the the half, the game was equalized by Luton Town. Benson sent a beautiful pass into the box to Wilkinson, who got a step on Holness and rifled a shot into the bottom right corner of the net past a sprawling Fon Williams.

Tranmere would go up again in the 65th minute. Odejayi sent a pretty pass off the side of his foot to Gill. Gill switched feet and sent a low ball under the keeper into the corner from just behind the penalty spot.

Luton Town would respond again. In the 82nd minute, with their backs to the wall, Rooney sent a pass up the middle to Cullen who put the ball away in the top corner of the goal from beyond the top of the 22 yard box.

With the tie, Luton Town (1-2-1) drops to 14th place. Tranmere Rovers (2-2-0) moves to 4th place.

Prior to the game, Luton Town announced that they had sent 18 years old LB Mark Onyemah to the Bray Wanderers on a season loan.

Aug 19, 2014 - Tranmere Rovers vs Luton Town
Tranmere Rovers ((1-1-1))112
Luton Town ((1-2-1))112
Team Stats Comparison
Tranmere RoversLuton Town
1Shots on Target3
1Yellow Cards2
0Red Cards0
25%Shot Accuracy33%
82%Passing Percentage76%
Dynasty: sonsart2