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Friday, November 18, 2016
09:06 AM - November 18, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Bills Dominant in Blowout

--Before the Brown's offense could even get on the field, they were already down ten points and it didn't get any better. Buffalo quarterback Tyrod Taylor threw for three touchdowns and never let up in the 47-9 blowout of the Browns. Tight end Charles Clay decimated the Brown's defense, racking up over 100 yards and a touchdown while consistently moving the chains. On the ground, runningback LeSean McCoy ran for two long scores and tallied over 150 yards. In a game where the worst offense in the league went against the worst defense in the league, the worst offense certainly won out.

On the other side of the ball, quarterback Cody Kessler had no help for most of the day. After Andrew Hawkins fumbled the first kickoff for the Browns, Kessler and the offense marched onto the field already down by ten points. The offensive line gave Kessler no protection as he was harassed constantly for much of the game. The Browns running game couldn't get going and Kessler had to rely on airing the ball out to move the offense. It was too bad the wide receivers couldn't get any separation and constantly dropped passes thrown their way. Reliable tight end Gary Barnidge was the only option for Kessler, and Barnidge made the most of it racking up over 100 yards.

Cleveland Browns at Buffalo Bills
Jan 1, 1ST2ND3RD4THOTSCORE
Cleveland Browns (3-10)0900--9
Buffalo Bills (4-9)1714610--47
Team Stats Comparison
CLEBUF
Total Offense245517
Rushing Yards82197
Passing Yards163320
First Downs1619
Punt Return Yards123
Kick Return Yards18821
Total Yards434561
Turnovers20
3rd Down Converstion4-146-12
4th Down Conversion1-20-0
2-Point Conversion0-10-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/03/3
Penalties1-150-0
Posession Time19:1624:44
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGCLEBUF
5:20(BUF) D. Carpenter, 25 yd FG03
5:10(BUF) R. Woods 6 yd pass from T. Taylor (XP Good)010
0:51(BUF) C. Clay 3 yd pass from T. Taylor (XP Good)017
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGCLEBUF
5:22(BUF) L. McCoy, 47 yd run (XP Good)024
1:19(CLE) C. Coleman 10 yd pass from C. Kessler (2PT Failed)624
0:29(BUF) M. Gillislee 12 yd pass from T. Taylor (XP Good)631
0:00(CLE) P. Murray, 46 yd FG931
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGCLEBUF
5:07(BUF) D. Carpenter, 20 yd FG934
0:07(BUF) D. Carpenter, 28 yd FG937
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGCLEBUF
7:26(BUF) D. Carpenter, 54 yd FG940
2:14(BUF) L. McCoy, 51 yd run (XP Good)947
Cleveland Browns
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
QB C. Kessler17/3919011
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
HB D. Johnson Jr13403.0
QB C. Kessler22613.0
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
TE G. Barnidge1012312.3
WR C. Coleman33210.61
HB D. Johnson Jr13030.0
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
S I. Campbell10
OLB E. Ogbah31
ILB D. Davis9
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
K P. Murray1/21/1446
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
P M. Palardy628948.12
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR A. Hawkins818823.5
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR A. Hawkins111.0
Buffalo Bills
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
QB T. Taylor23/363273
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
HB L. McCoy241877.72
HB M. Gillislee188.0
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
TE C. Clay710114.41
WR R. Woods58016.01
HB L. McCoy13232.0
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
S C. Graham10
DE K. Williams33
ILB Z. Brown51
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
K D. Carpenter4/45/51755
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
P C. Schmidt13838.01
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR S. Watkins12121.0
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR S. Watkins3237.6
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
Thursday, November 17, 2016
09:45 AM - November 17, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Matchup Preview *|* Week Fifteen
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Cleveland Browns
(3-10, 1-5 Away)
Buffalo Bills
(4-9, 2-4 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
6,147 (18th)Total Yards5,310 (32nd)
3,792 (30th)Total Offensive Yards3,389 (32nd)
2,224 (30th)Passing Yards2,149 (32nd)
1,568 (6th)Rushing Yards1,240 (18th)
20.7 (21st)Points Per Game14.3 (32nd)
Defensive Stats Comparison
5,295 (32nd)Total Yards Allowed4,373 (21st)
3,101 (23rd)Passing Yards Allowed3,306 (31st)
2,194 (32nd)Rushing Yards Allowed1,067 (2nd)
443 (32nd)Points Allowed270 (11th)
Injury Report
QB Josh McCown
Herniated Disk (IR)
WR Marquise Goodwin
Herniated Disk (2 Weeks)
OLB Corey Lemonier
Broken Collarbone (IR)
HB Reggie Bush
Fractured Foot (3 Weeks)

OLB Jerry Hughes
Herniated Disk (4 Weeks)

NT Marcel Dareus
Herniated Disk (7 Weeks)

G Gabe Carimi
Torn Pectoral Muscle (IR)
Game Notes
These two teams have nothing to play for except pride this Sunday when the Cleveland Browns come to Buffalo to take on the Bills. The Bills have the 32nd ranked offense while the Browns have the 32nd ranked defense. Something has to give right?

The Browns are coming off of yet another stinker, losing to the Bengals 31-21. That game marked Cleveland's eighth straight loss. Rookie Cody Kessler threw four three touchdowns in the game but it was his four interceptions that sealed the deal.

Meanwhile, the Bills are coming off of their first win in eight weeks upsetting the Pittsburgh Steelers 21-14. Quarterback Tyrod Taylor threw for three scores to dangerous tight end Charles Clay. The Browns have had trouble guarding tight ends at times this season, so look for Taylor to try to get him going early.
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
Monday, November 14, 2016
01:15 AM - November 14, 2016. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Los Angeles Kings at Minnesota Wild
Oct 18, 2016123F
LAK (0-3-0)0101
MIN (2-1-0)1214
Three Stars
Min: Devyn Dubnyk, G
40 Saves, 97.6 Save %
Min: Eric Staal, LW
1 Goal, 1 Assist, 2 Hits
Min: Jason Pominville, RW
1 Goal
Team Stats Comparison
LAKMIN
Shots on Goal4123
Hits1315
Faceoffs Won-Lost15/3015/30
Penalty Minutes00:006:00
Power Plays Converted0/30/0
Power Play Opportunities30
Time on Attack7:374:07
Scoring Summary
FIRST PERIOD
MIN5:31: Eric Staal (1) (Unassisted)
SECOND PERIOD
MIN14:43: Jason Pominville (1) (Eric Staal)
MIN15:30: Matt Dumba (1) (Victor Bartley, Erik Haula)
LAK17:46: Kyle Clifford (1) (Jordan Nolan, Andy Andreoff)
THIRD PERIOD
MIN19:27: Zac Dalpe (1) (Marco Scandella)
Los Angeles Kings - Goalies
GOALIESSHOTSSAVESSV %GAA
Jonathan Quick231983%4
Los Angeles Kings - Skaters
SKATERSTOIGA+/-SOGPIM
Drew Doughty23:2400+110:00
Tyler Toffoli22:4900-330:00
Jake Muzzin22:2100+100:00
Brayden McNabb21:0600-410:00
Jeff Carter19:4300-340:00
Nick Shore18:3700-140:00
Rob Scuderi18:0900-100:00
Alec Martinez17:5500-320:00
Matt Greene17:0500000:00
Jordan Nolan16:0901+140:00
Anze Kopitar14:5200-100:00
Andy Andreoff14:3701+100:00
Marion Gaborik14:3700-140:00
Tanner Pearson13:4500-250:00
Teddy Purcell13:0900-160:00
Trevor Lewis11:0700030:00
Dustin Brown10:2700020:00
Kyle Clifford10:1310+120:00
Minnesota Wild - Goalies
GOALIESSHOTSSAVESSV %GAA
Devyn Dubnyk414098%1
Minnesota Wild - Skaters
SKATERSTOIGA+/-SOGPIM
Marco Scandella23:2601+210:00
Mikko Koivu22:1700000:00
Matt Dumba22:1110+110:00
Ryan Suter20:5600010:00
Jared Spurgeon19:2500+210:00
Jonas Brodin18:2800000:00
Jason Zucker18:2200+212:00
Nino Niederreiter16:2100010:00
Victor Bartley15:3401+100:00
Zach Parise15:0700022:00
Zac Dalpe14:1610030:00
Christian Folin14:0500-110:00
Eric Staal14:0511+332:00
Teemu Pulkkinen13:5900-110:00
Jason Pominville12:2310+210:00
Erik Haula12:0101+120:00
Charlie Coyle11:2600+220:00
Chris Stewart9:3700+120:00
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
Saturday, November 12, 2016
09:57 AM - November 12, 2016. Written by Tmizzle
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It's Mike here again bringing you another pre-season outlook on this years Miami Heat. The Roster is flawed, there is no question about it. The Heat have serious questions on nearly 75% of the roster. The first is at the PG position. The Heat do not have a pure PG on the roster except for starter Goran Dragic. The Heat seem to be fine with Tyler Johnson getting serious minutes at the PG position along with second year player Josh Richardson who has played PG last year and in College at Tennessee. The second position the Heat are lacking talent at is the PF position. The heat are without a clear starter with only Josh McRoberts on the roster as the only pure PF.Derrick Williams and James Johnson are expected to play good minutes at the PF position. The other position is at SG. This position isn't lacking bodies, just a clear cut starter. Waiters, Richardson, TJ, Ellington and Mcgruder are all expected to get run time at the SG spot. Waiters has been named the pronounced starter, but as we have seen before, Waiters has let down countless times and we are expecting it will happen again. With J-Rich and TJ getting minutes at PG, that leaves Ellington picking up minutes at SG. Bosh not being able to play this year leaves a all star player void on the roster. The Las Vegas total amount of wins for the Heat this year are 34.5, we will see where they sit at the all star break. But, at least the draft is stacked this year! Until next time, This is Mike signing out from the Ross SPorts network....Aidoo

2016-17 Miami Heat
#NAMEPOSAGEHTWTSALARY
1Chris BoshPF326-11235$23,741,060
2Wayne EllingtonSG286-4200$6,000,000
4Josh McRobertsPF296-10240$5,782,450
5Luke BabbittSF276-9225$1,227,286
7Goran DragicPG306-3190$15,891,725
8Tyler JohnsonSG246-4186$5,628,000
11Dion WaitersSG246-4220$2,898,000
16James JohnsonSF296-9250$4,000,000
17Rodney McGruderSG256-4205$543,471
20Justice WinslowSF206-7225$2,593,440
21Hassan WhitesideC277-0265$22,116,750
22Derrick WilliamsSF256-8240$4,598,000
35Willie ReedC266-10220$1,015,696
40Udonis HaslemPF366-8235$4,000,000
Dynasty: Tmizzle
Friday, November 11, 2016
10:35 AM - November 11, 2016. Written by Tmizzle
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Well, here we are again folks as another NBA season begins for your Miami Heat. It's your good old friend Mike Ross here from the Ross Sports Network bringing you yet another outlook on the new NBA season and the sole focus is now shifted to the new Heat GM in Mike Smith. In my eyes, Smith has been given a tough task with this new era beginning fir the Miami Heat. It was a somewhat rough off season for Riley and company as the 2016 off season didn't go exactly as planned. This all starts with the sudden departure of Dwyane Wade who before next season has played every year with the heat since being drafted. Wade decided to take his talents to Miam.....Chicago to play for his hometown team. If losing Wade wasn't enough, Heat All Star power forward Chris Bosh has also possibly played his last days as a Miami Heat player. Doctors will not clear him to resume basketball activities after sitting last year again for blood clots found in his body. Rumors have surfaced the Heat will not cut him until March 1st to ensure all of his salary comes off the books for the 2017 season. This would also make it so that if Bosh does sign with another team (If cleared that is) he can not be on the playoff roster for that team. With that being he case, 2016 could mark the end for the big three error after Lebron took his talents back to Cleveland last season. Withe the Heat trying to scrap together a ballclub who could win games They quickly re-signed Center Hassan Whiteside to a 4 year 98.5 million dollar contract. They then went on to match the Brooklyn Nets offer to Tyler Johnson and re-signed TJ to a 4 year 50 million dollar deal. After that they then went o to finish putting the roster together as they signed Derrick Williams to a 1 year 4.5 million dollar deal, James Johnson 1 year 4 million dollar deal, Willie Reed 1 year 800k deal with a 1 million dollar second year option, 2 year 12 million dollar deal for Wayne Ellington and they brought back Long time Miami Heat power froward Udonis Haslem on a 1 year 4 million dollar deal. They also signed Dion Waiters to a late 1 year 3 million dollar deal with a second year player option worth up to 3 million. The Heat also traded their second round pick to the Pelicans for Luke babbitt. With the shape of this roster, last years playoff appearance could be the last one for awhile as the Heat seem to be going into rebuild mode. Riley is never known for that though as he calls it the "re-up" mode as he try's to rebuild while still winning. The Heat will need bigger performances from Whiteside and Goran Dragic. Dragic's name has also been floated around in a deal as he has been linked to the Sixers, Suns and Rockets. But as of right now, Dragic and Whiteside are core pieces of this Heat rotation. The Heat will also need to get more production from last years 10th pick in the draft Justice Winslow as he takes over the starting small forward spot with the departure of both starter Deng and Joe Johnson. The Vegas odds has the heat at 34.5 games won and the heat would look to show up those odds but it seems the odds may be against them. for now, this is Mike Ross for the Ross SPorts Network...Aidooo
Dynasty: Tmizzle
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
San Diego Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs
Sep 11, 20161ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
San Diego Chargers (1-0)777728
Kansas City Chiefs (0-1)06039
Team Stats Comparison
SDGKAN
Total Offense360308
Rushing Yards8633
Passing Yards274275
First Downs2113
Punt Return Yards00
Kick Return Yards5048
Total Yards410356
Turnovers12
3rd Down Converstion10-138-15
4th Down Conversion0-00-1
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4-4-03-0-3
Penalties3-304-45
Posession Time32:1027:50
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGSDGKAN
5:31(SDG) Philip Rivers 3 Yard TD Pass to Travis Benjamin70
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGSDGKAN
11:48(KAN) Cairo Santos 21 Yard FG73
4:34(SDG) Andre Williams 9 Yard TD Run143
0:49(KAN) Cairo Santos 26 Yard FG146
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGSDGKAN
8:05(SDG) Philip Rivers 4 Yard TD Pass to Travis Benjamin216
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGSDGKAN
14:47(KAN) Cairo Santos 21 Yard FG219
11:00(SDG) Philip Rivers 5 Yard TD Pass to Travis Benjamin289
San Diego Chargers
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Philip Rivers22/3127430
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Melvin Gordon21763.60
Andre Williams5204.01
Dexter McCluster111.00
Philip Rivers3-11-3.60
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Travis Benjamin88510.63
Antonio Gates46716.70
Dontrelle Inman44812.00
Melvin Gordon14242.00
Hunter Henry2168.00
Jeremy Butler177.00
Derek Watt155.00
Tyrell Williams144.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
Joe Barksdale10
Matt Slauson10
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Craig Mager80.010
Joey Bosa60.000
Melvin Ingram60.000
Dwight Lowery60.000
Denzel Perryman50.010
Jeremiah Attaochu50.000
Casey Hayward50.000
Jahleel Addae40.000
Brandon Flowers40.000
Adrian Phillips40.000
Jatavis Brown20.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Josh Lambo0/04/440
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Drew Kaser28743.51
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Dexter McCluster35016.60
Kansas City Chiefs
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Alex Smith22/3727502
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Spencer Ware17331.90
Alex Smith100.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Chris Conley48721.70
Travis Kelce5428.40
Tyreek Hill34113.60
Albert Wilson34013.30
Demetrius Harris12222.00
Spencer Ware4184.50
Jeremy Maclin11717.00
Anthony Sherman188.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
Eric Fisher20
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Jaye Howard140.000
Ron Parker120.000
Eric Berry100.000
Derrick Johnson80.000
Justin Houston60.000
Tamba Hali40.000
Chris Jones40.000
Marcus Peters40.000
Dontari Poe40.000
Steven Nelson30.000
Phillip Gaines20.000
Terence Garvin20.000
Daniel Sorensen20.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Cairo Santos3/40/0926
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Dustin Colquitt29145.51
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
De'Anthony Thomas23015.00
Tyreek Hill11818.00
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
12:56 AM - November 8, 2016. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Denver Nuggets at Minnesota Timberwolves
Nov 7, 20161ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Denver (CPU)27352326111
Minnesota (Me)23332834118
Denver Nuggets
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Emmanuel Mudiay, PG326/231/44/62511117
Jamal Murray, SG333/70/30/0350016
Danilo Gallinari, SF368/171/40/05110417
Nikola Jokic, PF294/50/00/0910108
Jusuf Nurkic, C307/100/09/149000023
BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Wilson Chandler, SF245/102/31/26400113
Jameer Nelson, PG176/81/12/22500115
Gary Harris, SG161/30/00/0033012
Kenneth Faried, PF161/30/01/21110003
Juan Hernangomez, PF112/31/22/2101007
TEAM TOTALS43/89 (48%)6/17 (35%)19/28 (68%)5625629111
Minnesota Timberwolves
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Kris Dunn, PG356/144/90/02902216
Zach LaVine, SG357/142/52/40400118
Andrew Wiggins, SF296/132/70/03700014
Gorgui Dieng, PF353/70/04/612410010
Karl-Anthony Towns, C3412/162/27/918600233
BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Shabazz Muhammad, SF200/70/73/4201113
Cole Aldrich, C152/20/00/0330114
Tyus Jones, PG144/61/30/0221019
Brandon Rush, SF141/40/32/3100004
Nemanja Bjelica, PF133/60/01/1330007
TEAM TOTALS44/89 (49%)11/36 (31%)19/27 (70%)5238348118
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
Saturday, October 29, 2016
10:31 PM - October 29, 2016. Written by TheGoldViper
Hello OS Community, and welcome to my friend Max and I's Universe Mode for WWE 2K17! If you haven't read the Introduction and Pilot to what Max and I's goals are for the mode, and why we started this seemingly hard-to-organize undertaking, I do recommend reading it before this. Admittedly, the motivations are simple, and in brief, all we want to do is try something new and rekindle the spark of old SvR GM Modes with Inter-Branded PPVs and the like. Again, you can read into more detail about who Max and I are, and what's up with this mode here (http://www.operationsports.com/TheGo...brand-warfare/); but for now, let's start the show.


We start our journey on April 3rd, 2016, Arlington, TX, AT&T Stadium; where WWE, seeing that hype for this year's WrestleMania was dwindling, pushed their "second brand split" idea a bit sooner than planned, and entrusted RAW and SmackDown to a McMahon each (it wouldn't be WWE without 'em), and well, more importantly, us. The WWE Draft has come and gone as of March 28th RAW and March 31st SmackDown (available in Spreadsheet form, with pick analysis and full rosters here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing*) and WrestleMania is almost over. New Titles are being introduced, some are returning, and one championship in particular is still being fought for, even with Roman Reigns Vs. Triple H to follow in the Main Event. But that match won't be contested for the WWE Championship (which sounds surprising to you if you know the last 6 months of WWE programming). No, that match instead is for pride between the two, Roman trying to get redemption, and Triple H trying to retain his spot at the top of the WWE food chain. Pride, Redemption, and a sense of Belonging are all admirable qualities to beat the tar out of someone for, but this match is for the WWE World Championship. The "Richest Prize in the Game" cliche everyone rolls their eyes at when commentary mentions it does bear some truth. Even if Buddy Rodgers, Bruno Sammurtino, and Pedro Morales don't catch your fancy, this title still holds relevancy in the current-day WWE by being the top Male Title up for grabs in this brand split.
Both brands want the WWE Title. It's the Championship with the most history and most decorated lineage in wrestling today. It's the title every wrestling fan has fond memories of, it's the title that wrestling fans look back on a specific superstar that held it with legitimacy and respect, and not "Well, that guy's a multiple time World Champion, but he was never THE World Champion." It's what makes a brand seem legitimate in this war of attrition, and two viable and able contenders will duke it out for Wrestling's Greatest Prize, one from each brand. Which two contenders? Which brand will get the title and start this "New Era" on the right foot? Please read the next installment, coming soon; "A New Beginning". Thanks for reading.




*(
Special Thanks to r/SquaredCircle user "theory_of_the_game" for the template and awesome formula work that I used as a template for my draft Spreadsheet!)
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Dynasty: TheGoldViper
06:40 PM - October 29, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Scoreboard: Week Fourteen
Thursday's Games
Raiders 10, Chiefs 31
Sunday's Games
Redskins 23, Eagles 14
Texans 24, Colts 25
Broncos 17, Titans 13
Saints 24, Buccaneers 20
Cardinals 16, Dolphins 24
Bears 13, Lions 20
Steelers 14, Bills 21
Chargers 23, Panthers 28
Vikings 17, Jaguars 20 (OT)
Jets 20, 49ers 10
Falcons 16, Rams 17
Seahawks 30, Packers 27
Cowboys 17, Giants 27
Monday's Games
Ravens 11, Patriots 29


Injury Report
PosPlayerInjury Note
QBNE Tom BradyHerniated Disk (2 Weeks)
WRCIN Brandon LaFellBroken Collarbone (8 Weeks)
TOAK Donald PennPartial ACL Tear (9 Weeks)
GIND Joe HaegPartial PCL Tear (5 Weeks)
TSEA J'Marcus WebbFractured Elbow (IR)
DESEA Michael BennettTorn Hamstring (IR)
NTBAL Brandon WilliamsTorn Pectoral Muscle (IR)
OLBPHI Nigel BradhamTorn Pectoral Muscle (IR)
ILBIND D'Qwell JacksonTorn Pectoral Muscle (IR)
CBDAL Brandon CarrTorn Pectoral Muscle (IR)


NFL Standings - Updated: Week Fourteen
NFC EASTWLTPFPA
New York Giants103334279
Washington Redskins85302277
Dallas Cowboys58297300
Philadelphia Eagles112254328
NFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Detroit Lions94308253
Minnesota Vikings76307300
Green Bay Packers67340315
Chicago Bears58231302
NFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Carolina Panthers103328247
Atlanta Falcons76286278
New Orleans Saints58288311
Tampa Bay Buccaneers58245281
NFC WESTWLTPFPA
Seattle Seahawks--Y94333252
Arizona Cardinals58261302
San Francisco 49ers58220276
Los Angeles Rams211252346
NFC WILD CARD RACEWLTPFPA
Washington Redskins85302277
Minnesota Vikings76307300
Atlanta Falcons76286278
Green Bay Packers67340315
New Orleans Saints58288311
Dallas Cowboys58297300
Chicago Bears58231302
Arizona Cardinals58261302
San Francisco 49ers58220276
Tampa Bay Buccaneers58245281
AFC EASTWLTPFPA
New England Patriots--Y112362291
Miami Dolphins76273284
New York Jets67277270
Buffalo Bills49187270
AFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Cincinnati Bengals94314250
Pittsburgh Steelers85316250
Baltimore Ravens67267296
Cleveland Browns310270443
AFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Jacksonville Jaguars112279187
Tennessee Titans94300219
Indianapolis Colts85278281
Houston Texans49215298
AFC WESTWLTPFPA
Kansas City Chiefs76309248
Denver Broncos76270301
San Diego Chargers58316328
Oakland Raiders49234290
AFC WILD CARD RACEWLTPFPA
Tennessee Titans94300219
Indianapolis Colts85278281
Pittsburgh Steelers85316350
Denver Broncos76270301
Miami Dolphins76273284
Baltimore Ravens67267296
New York Jets67277270
San Diego Chargers58316328


Y--Clinched Division TItle

AFC Players of the Week
KC QB Alex Smith- 31/48, 337 yards, 4 TD
CIN S George Iloka- 4 tack, 3 INT

NFC Players of the Week
SEA QB Russell Wilson- 27/46, 364 yards, 3 total TD
NYG CB Eli Apple- tack, INT, Def TD
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
06:12 PM - October 29, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Iloka, Defense Propel Bengals

--The Browns had another letdown today, as safety George Iloka picked off three passes to move the Bengals past them 31-21. The defense couldn't be blamed for this loss, picking off Andy Dalton twice and limiting Giovani Bernard to just 85 yards rushing.

The Browns had the lead until the end of the third quarter, when Kessler continued turning the ball over. The Browns defense had to go back on the field rather quickly and simply wore down over the course of the second half. Bernard rushed for three touchdowns which led to the Bengals scoring 21 straight points. The Browns never could come close after that.

Kessler turned the ball over a total of five times. Part could be blamed by the lack of separation between receivers and the Bengal's defense. Kessler mostly checked down to his runningbacks or found his most reliable target, tight end Gary Barnidge. Barnidge finished with over 100 yards receiving on the day and added a touchdown to his stats. Recently second half collapses have become the M.O. for the Browns. Luckily, the Bills are the next opponent on the schedule and it is a very winnable game.

Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns
1ST2ND3RD4THOTSCORE
Cincinnati Bengals (8-4)010714--31
Cleveland Browns (3-9)7077--21
Team Stats Comparison
CINCLE
Total Offense367302
Rushing Yards8366
Passing Yards284236
First Downs1516
Punt Return Yards1932
Kick Return Yards20115
Total Yards406449
Turnovers25
3rd Down Converstion8-144-11
4th Down Conversion0-01-1
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4/12/0
Penalties0-03-25
Posession Time25:2518:35
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGCINCLE
0:29(CLE) G. Barnidge 11 yd pass from C. Kessler (XP Good)07
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGCINCLE
4:57(CIN) M. Nugent, 41 yd FG37
1:31(CIN) T. Boyd 8 yd pass from A. Dalton (XP Good)107
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGCINCLE
6:57(CLE) I. Crowell 45 yd pass from C. Kessler (XP Good)1014
2:39(CIN) G. Bernard, 15 yd run (XP Good)1714
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGCINCLE
9:51(CIN) G. Bernard, 4 yd run (XP Good)2414
6:08(CIN) G. Bernard, 1 yd run (XP Good)3114
3:36(CLE) A. Hawkins 10 yd pass from C. Kessler3121
Cincinnati Bengals
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
QB A. Dalton21/3529012
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
HB G. Bernard23753.23
HB J. Hill2105.0
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
WR T. Boyd5387.61
TE T. Eifert58917.8
WR B. LaFell48721.7
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
S D. Landry8
OLB K. Dansby52.5
S G. Iloka63
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
K M. Nugent1/14/4741
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
P K. Huber522144.2
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
CB A. Jones12020.0
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
CB A. Jones2199.5
Cleveland Browns
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
QB C. Kessler20/3727934
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
HB D. Johnson Jr12584.8
FB D. Coleman144.0
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
TE G. Barnidge811714.61
HB I. Crowell45513.71
HB D. Johnson Jr22110.5
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
CB T. Williams111
OLB C. Lawrence11
ILB C. Kirksey11
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
K P. Murray3/33
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
P M. Palardy522344.62
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR A. Hawkins511523.0
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR A. Hawkins5326.4
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
02:43 AM - October 29, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Matchup Preview *|* Week Fourteen
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Cincinnati Bengals
(8-4, 3-3 Away)
Cleveland Browns
(3-9, 2-4 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
5,986 (5th)Total Yards5,698 (18th)
4,095 (11th)Total Offensive Yards3,490 (30th)
2,596 (11th)Passing Yards1,988 (32nd)
1,139 (20th)Rushing Yards1,502 (4th)
23.5 (11th T)Points Per Game20.7 (23rd T)
Defensive Stats Comparison
3,551 (3rd)Total Yards Allowed4,928 (32nd)
2,403 (3rd)Passing Yards Allowed2,817 (21st)
1,148 (16thRushing Yards Allowed2,111 (32nd)
229 (7th)Points Allowed412 (32nd)
Injury Report
LT Andrew Whitworth
Fractured Elbow (IR)
QB Josh McCown
Herniated Disk (IR)

OLB Corey Lemonier
Broken Collarbone (IR)
Game Notes
Though their postseason hopes are over, the Browns hope to make some noise before the end of the season. They have a chance to do that this Sunday when the Bengals come to town. Last time these two teams met, The Bengals destroyed the Browns in Cincinnati 38-7. However, this time things may be a bit different. The Browns are getting back their starting right tackle Shon Coleman and cornerback Tramon Williams is making his return since suffering a devestating injury early on in the season. After losing seven straight games and getting a bye to rest, the Browns are destined to win this one, right?

Since beating the Browns, the Bengals have won five straight and are back in contention for the AFC North title. Tied with the Steelers at 8-4, the Bengals need to win this one to keep in the hunt for a home game come postseason time. Quarterback Andy Dalton is having a great year, throwing for 21 touchdowns and 8 interceptions, throwing for over 2,700 yards thus far while receiver A.J. Green is having a probowl season hauling in 67 passes for 858 yards and five touchdowns. Another challenge the Browns have is going up against the third best defense in the league.
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
11:44 AM - October 19, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Scoreboard: Week Thirteen
Sunday's Games
Cowboys 20, Vikings 23
Lions 20, Saints 13
Rams 17, Patriots 20
Broncos 9, Jaguars 27
49ers 14, Bears 28
Texans 15, Packers 31
Chiefs 12, Falcons 16
Dolphins 27, Ravens 13
Eagles 9, Bengals 20
Bills 7, Raiders 21
Buccaneers 21, Chargers 16
Giants 20, Steelers 26
Redskins 27, Cardinals 20
Panthers 19, Seahawks 31
Monday's Games
Colts 24, Jets 17
BYE WEEKS: Browns, Titans


Injury Report
PosPlayerInjury Note
WRCHI Marquess WilsonHerniated Disk (6 Weeks)
TENYJ Owen DanielsBroken Jaw (3 Weeks)
GHOU Xavier Su'a-FiloBroken Hand (8 Weeks)
CWAS Kory LichtensteigerBroken Forearm (10 Weeks)
GMIA Jermon BushrodTorn Groin Muscle (IR)
DEPIT Stephon TuittFractured Elbow (IR)
NTBUF Marcell DareusHerniated Disk (8 Weeks)
OLBMIN Anthony BarrComplete Achilles Tear (IR)
OLBDAL Sean LeeTorn Quadricep (3 Weeks)
CBMIN Terrence NewmanTorn Hamstring (11 Weeks)


NFL Standings - Week Thirteen
NFC EASTWLTPFPA
New York Giants93307262
Washington Redskins75279263
Dallas Cowboys57280273
Philadelphia Eagles111240305
NFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Detroit Lions84288240
Minnesota Vikings75290280
Green Bay Packers66313285
Chicago Bears57218282
NFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Carolina Panthers93300224
Atlanta Falcons75270261
Tampa Bay Buccaneers57225257
New Orleans Saints47262291
NFC WESTWLTPFPA
Seattle Seahawks84303225
Arizona Cardinals57245278
Sn Francisco 49ers57210256
Los Angeles Rams111235330
NFC WILD CARD RACEWLTPFPA
Minnesota Vikings75290280
Atlanta Falcons75270261
Washington Redskins75279263
Green Bay Packers66313285
Dallas Cowboys57280273
Chicago Bears57218282
Arizona Cardinals57245278
San Francisco 49ers57210256
Tampa Bay Buccaneers57225257
New Orleans Saints48264291
AFC EASTWLTPFPA
New England Patriots102333180
Miami Dolphins66249268
New York Jets57257260
Buffalo Bills39166256
AFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Pittsburgh Steelers84302229
Cincinnati Bengals84283229
Baltimore Ravens66256267
Cleveland Browns39249412
AFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Jacksonville Jaguars102259170
Tennessee Titans93287202
Indianapolis Colts75253257
Houston Texans48191273
AFC WESTWLTPFPA
Kansas City Chiefs66278238
Denver Broncos66253288
San Diego Chargers57293300
Oakland Raiders48224259
AFC WILD CARD RACEWLTPFPA
Tennessee Titans93287202
Cincinnati Bengals84283229
Indianapolis Colts75253257
Denver Broncos66253288
Miami Dolphins66249268
Baltimore Ravens66256267
San Diego Chargers57293300
New York Jets57257260


AFC Players of the Week
MIA QB Ryan Tannehill- 30/37, 309 yards, 2 TD
JAX S Johnathan Cyprien- 4 tack, 3 sack

NFC Players of the Week
SEA QB Russell Wilson- 27/46, 361 yards, 4 TD
ATL CB Jalen Collins- INT, Def TD
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
11:13 AM - October 19, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Browns Enter Bye Week; Place Lemonier on IR

--The Browns have finally entered their bye week after a long stretch of games. With a record of 3-9, the Browns are eliminated from playoff contention but can still play spoiler for three of the remaining four teams on their schedule.

First off is the Bengals, who currently is at 8-4 and is second on the AFC North and is one game ahead of the Colts for the final wildcard spot at this point.

They then will travel to Buffalo to take on the 3-9 Bills, a game that is definitely winnable.

The Browns will come back home the next week to take on the 5-7 Chargers. Depending on how well the Chargers play in following two weeks, the Browns could knock them out of playoff contention with a win.

The final week of the NFL season will feature the Browns taking on the Steelers (8-4) in Pittsburgh. The Steelers could be still trying to fend of the Bengals for the AFC North crown and could also be trying to fend off another team for a wildcard berth.

All of these scenarios mean that the Browns could make a lot of teams miss the postseason as they try to get some wins in the last month of games.

They will have some added help after the bye week. CB Tramon Williams and RT Shon Coleman return to the starting lineup next week.

The Browns did receive some bad news this week. Backup OLB Corey Lemonier was placed on injured reserve after sustaining a broken collarbone against the Giants. He will finish the season with 16 tackles and a sack. Cleveland signed OLB Cameron Lawrence to the team to take is place.
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
12:41 PM - October 18, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Scoreboard: Week Twelve
Thursday's Games
Vikings 31, Lions 33
Redskins 18, Cowboys 13
Steelers 20, Colts 23
Sunday's Games
Rams 24, Saints 33
Titans 48, Bears 27
Cardinals 14, Falcons 31
Chargers 6, Texans 20
Jaguars 19, Bills 10
Bengals 29, Ravens 20
49ers 3, Dolphins 21
Seahawks 17, Buccaneers 20 (OT)
Panthers 6, Raiders 13
Chiefs 37, Broncos 17
Patriots 28, Jets 12
Monday's Games
Packers 34, Eagles 31


Injury Report
PosPlayerInjury Note
QBNE Tom BradyHerniated Disk (4 Weeks)
HBIND Frank GoreCompound Fracture (IR)
WRPIT Martavis BryantFractured Toe (10 Weeks)
THOU Duane BrownFractured Toe (3 Weeks)
GGB T.J. LangHerniated Disk (3 Weeks)
DENYJ Leonard WilliamsFractured Elbow (IR)
NTIND Sealver SiligaDislocated Kneecap (3 Weeks)
OLBMIA Koa MisiTorn Quadricep (3 Weeks)
MLBATL Deion JonesDislocated Hip (4 Weeks)
CBMIA Byron MaxwellTorn Bicep (11 Weeks)


NFL Standings - Updated: Week Twelve
NFC EASTWLTPFPA
New York Giants92287236
Washington Redskins65252243
Dallas Cowboys56260250
Philadelphia Eagles110231285
NFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Detroit Lions74268227
Minnesota Vikings65267260
Green Bay Packers56282270
Chicago Bears47190268
NFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Carolina Panthers92281193
Atlanta Falcons65254249
New Orleans Saints47251271
Tampa Bay Buccaneers47204241
NFC WESTWLTPFPA
Seattle Seahawks74272206
Arizona Cardinals56225251
San Francisco 49ers56196228
Los Angeles Rams110218310
NFC WILD CARD RACEWLTPFPA
Atlanta Falcons65254249
Washington Redskins65252243
Minnesota Vikings65267260
Green Bay Packers56282270
Dallas Cowboys56260250
Arizona Cardinals56225251
San Francisco 49ers56196228
New Orleans Saints47251271
Tampa Bay Buccaneers47204241
Chicago Bears47190268
AFC EASTWLTPFPA
New England Patriots92313163
New York Jets56240236
Miami Dolphins56222255
Buffalo Bills38159235
AFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Pittsburgh Steelers74276209
Cincinnati Bengals74263220
Baltimore Ravens65243240
Cleveland Browns39249412
AFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Jacksonville Jaguars92232161
Tennessee Titans93287202
Indianapolis Colts65229240
Houston Texans47176242
AFC WESTWLTPFPA
Kansas City Chiefs65266222
Denver Broncos65244261
San Diego Chargers56277279
Oakland Raiders38203252
AFC WILD CARD RACEWLTPFPA
Tennessee Titans93287202
Cincinnati Bengals74263220
Indianapolis Colts65220240
Denver Broncos65244261
Baltimore Ravens65243240
San Diego Chargers56277279
New York Jets56240236
Miami Dolphins56222255
Houston Texans47176242
Buffalo Bills38159235
Oakland Raiders38203252


AFC Players of the Week
TEN QB Matt Cassel- 25/46, 359 yards, 3 TD
KC OLB Tamba Hali- 4 tack, INT

NFC Players of the Week
DET QB Matthew Stafford- 20/32, 303 yards, 4 TD
GB CB Damarious Randall- tack, sack, INT, FFUMB
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
11:47 AM - October 18, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Giants 21 Unanswered Doom Browns

--Down seven points heading into the fourth quarter, Giants Rashad Jennings decided enough was enough. The runningback scored three fourth quarter touchdowns to get the Giants past the Browns 35-21 Sunday.

The Browns have had trouble stopping the run all season, and this game was no different. Losing in the fourth quarter by a touchdown, Jennings decided to take over the game rushing for scores from one, seven, and three yards to put the game out of reach. Quarterback Eli Manning added two more scores, throwing touchdowns to receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and tight end Larry Donnell. Beckham, facing double coverage all game, finished with 101 yards.

The New York defense made plays when they needed to, sacking quarterback Cody Kessler four times and causing three turnovers.

Kessler would finish with 258 yards passing, completing 16/35 through the air and two touchdowns of his own.

The Browns have now lost seven straight going into their bye week.

New York Giants at Cleveland Browns
Jan 1, 1ST2ND3RD4THOTSCORE
New York Giants (8-2)70721--35
Cleveland Browns (3-8)31080--21
Team Stats Comparison
NYGCLE
Total Offense407335
Rushing Yards171100
Passing Yards236235
First Downs1615
Punt Return Yards020
Kick Return Yards62147
Total Yards469502
Turnovers23
3rd Down Converstion5-83-11
4th Down Conversion0-02-3
2-Point Conversion0-01-1
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals5-53-4
Penalties1-50-0
Posession Time22:2621:34
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGNYGCLE
7:32(NYG) O. Beckham Jr 7 yard pass from E. Manning (XP Good)70
2:43(CLE) P. Murray, 35 yd FG73
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGNYGCLE
4:10(CLE) P. Murray, 20 yd FG76
0:05(CLE) G. Barnidge 5 yd pass from C. Kessler (XP Good)713
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGNYGCLE
3:28(NYG) L. Donnell 26 yd pass from E. Manning (XP Good)1413
2:10(CLE) C. Coleman 71 yd pass from C. Kessler (2 Pt Good)1421
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGNYGCLE
7:48(NYG) R. Jennings, 1 yd run (XP Good)2121
1:50(NYG) R. Jennings, 7 yd run (XP Good)2821
0:55(NYG) R. Jennings, 3 yd run (XP Good)3521
New York Giants
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
QB E. Manning15/2125621
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
HB R. Jennings221356.13
QB E. Manning5224.4
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
WR O. Beckham710114.41
TE L. Donnell58817.61
WR V. Cruz27035.0
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
S L. Colllins7
DE J. Pierre-Paul52
OLB J. Thomas III41
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
K J. Brown0/15/55
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
P B. Wing27035.0
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR O. Beckham12424.0
WR D. Harris23819.0
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
N/A
Cleveland Browns
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
QB C. Kessler16/3525822
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
HB I. Crowell14674.7
HB G. Atkinson III4215.2
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
TE G. Barnidge812015.01
HB I. Crowell3248.0
WR C. Coleman39531.61
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
OLB E. Ogbah91
DE J. Hughes III21
CB J. Taylor1
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
K P. Murray2/41/1736
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
P M. Palardy13636.0
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR A. Hawkins614724.5
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR A. Hawkins12020.0
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB