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Sunday, January 11, 2015
07:38 PM - January 11, 2015. Written by Bloop33
Depth Chart -
  • Catcher
  • Luis Torrens (83)
  • Derrick Chung (78)
  • First Base
  • Billy Butler (88)
  • Tyrone Meyer (80)
  • Second Base
  • Devon Travis (83)
  • Third Base
  • Brandon Drury (88)
  • Mitch Nay (87)
  • Shortstop
  • Starlin Castro (88)
  • Richard Urena (80)
  • Left Field
  • Rymer Liriano (90)
  • Center Field
  • Mike Trout (99)
  • Dalton Pompey (85)
  • Right Field
  • Preston Tucker (84)
  • Starting Pitcher
  • Kenta Maeda (94)
  • Daniel Norris (92)
  • Braden Shipley (92)
  • Jeff Hoffman (90)
  • Jen-Ho Tseng (90)
  • Relief Pitcher
  • Scott McNair (87)
  • Ryan Cook (86)
  • Mike Morin (86)
  • Tim Collins (84)
  • Daniel Hudson (84)
  • Carson Smith (84)
  • Closer
  • Griffin Murphy
  • Blake Hasselbrock

Dynasty: Bloop33
03:53 PM - January 11, 2015. Written by bayers3

1:00PM ET - January 3rd, 2016
Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis, IN

Baltimore Ravens at Indianapolis Colts
Jan 3, 20161ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Baltimore Ravens (#6 9-7, 3-5 Away)06309
Indianapolis Colts (#1 15-1, 8-0 Home)14714338

Top Performers

Passing : A. Luck (IND) - 261YDS, 3TD
Rushing : T. Richardson (IND) - 30CAR, 138YDS, 2TD
Receiving : T.Y. Hilton (IND) - 11REC, 82YDS, TD

INDIANAPOLIS - After stunning the Patriots in the Wild Card round, the Ravens drew the short straw for a trip to Indianapolis. The Colts were not in their juggernaut form, but the Ravens did little to take advantage of the few mistakes the Colts made. Baltimore barely had possession of the ball, and the Colts running game wasn't going to give them any more.

The Colts jumped out to a 21-0 lead before things really started to go bad for Baltimore. Ray Rice was basically unable to get more than 1-2 yards a carry, but the Ravens weren't ready to abandon the run. Things really turned against the Ravens after a crazy series of possessions that started with William Moore picking off a toothless Joe Flacco in the 2nd quarter. A quick pass to T.Y. Hilton on the next drive resulted in a fumble after a big hit, giving the Ravens the ball on the Indianapolis 32 yard line. Flacco drove the team closer, looking to make it 21-7, but a Bjoern Werner sack would force a 4th & Goal situation and make Baltimore kick a FG.

Richardson shoulders the load against Baltimore.

Not long after breaking the shutout the Ravens would use a killer punt return to get them in FG range again. The Colts defense held them and Justin Tucker hit his second FG of the game. He would add one more after the half, but that was it for the Ravens.

The Colts would add two more scores to really put the game away, their punishing run game would make things hellish for Baltimore. Richardson would fumble the ball away on the 17, but Baltimore would be pinned in and nothing came of it.

Andrew Luck would be his usual self, going 29/33, and he didn't need to be much more thanks to the Colts defense and running game. It seemed like the Colts were saving their best for next week, and after the remainder of the games played out they would need it.

The Denver Broncos would crush the Bengals 25-3 for a date with the Colts next week. Philadelphia topped Green Bay 28-6, and San Francisco trounced New Orleans 35-13.
Dynasty: bayers3
Saturday, January 10, 2015
09:50 PM - January 10, 2015. Written by bayers3

INDIANAPOLIS - With the Colts at home and the regular season over the playoff picture is complete, and the Divisional round matchups are set. Indianapolis is the favorite to win the Superbowl, but there are a number of teams poised to knock them off. Denver is a very good team, and if they make it to Tampa Bay they will probably have to go through Philadelphia or San Francisco.

NFL Standings - Updated: Dec 21, 2015
New Orleans-Y1051
San Francisco-Y1330
Green Bay-X970
New England-Y1240

The wildcard weekend wrapped up with a few surprises as underdogs knocked off heavy favorites. Baltimore stunned New England 19-10 at Foxborough, and Seattle lost a close one 14-15 at New Orleans. The Bengals were bailed out by Baltimore, who now has to face the Colts, but a trip to Denver is their consolation prize.

The week off gave the Colts time to recover and deal with the avalanche of awards and accolades on both sides of the ball. Andrew Luck would take home his second straight MVP Award, and Chuck Pagano won his first Coach of the Year award thanks to their 15-1 turnaround. Pagano was awarded the 2013 George Halas Award, but this year could be even bigger.

NFL Award Winners
Most Valuable PlayerAndrew Luck (2nd)QBIndianapolis Colts
Coach of the YearChuck Pagano (1st)HCIndianapolis Colts

Offensively the Indianapolis Colts were dominant, and perhaps dominant isn't a good word when describing how good they were. Luck finished #1 in passing yards (4735) and TD passes (44), Trent Richardson finished #1 in rushing yards (1696) and TDs (20), T.Y. Hilton finished #1 in receiving yards (1669) and receiving TDs (16), and Cecil Shorts III capped it off by finishing #2 in yards (1384) and receiving TDs (11). As a whole, the Colts offensive finished #1 in 1st Downs, Total Yards, Passing Yards, Rushing Yards, and Points Per Game. With stunning numbers like that the Colts are bound to send numerous players to the Pro Bowl.

Defensively the Colts showed incredible levels of improvement. The rebuilding of this defense by GM Phil Emery has really paid off. Indianapolis finished #3 in Total Yards Allowed and Points Allowed, #2 in Interceptions, and #1 in Sacks and Rushing Yards Allowed. Hard to beat a team with those kinds of numbers.

Despite all of the awards and pending Pro Bowl selections, the only award that matters to this team now is the Super Bowl trophy. Three more wins and it will be theirs.
Dynasty: bayers3
Friday, January 9, 2015
11:40 PM - January 9, 2015. Written by cts413
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Pittsburgh Steelers
Sep 28, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-2)073717
Pittsburgh Steelers (2-2)71414742
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense356327
Rushing Yards90148
Passing Yards266179
First Downs2021
Punt Return Yards1514
Kick Return Yards13442
Total Yards505383
3rd Down Converstion6-12 9-12
4th Down Conversion1-10-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2-04-0
Posession Time27:0932:51
Scoring Summary
7:04(PIT) A. Moats, returned interception 15 Yds(S.Suisham kick)07
12:54(PIT) A.Brown 5 Yd pass from B. Roethlisberger(S.Suisham kick)014
3:51(PIT) L. Bell, 1 Yd run(S.Suisham kick)021
0:32(TAM) L. Murphy Jr. 18 Yd pass from M. Glennon(C.Barth kick)721
10:07(TAM) C. Barth, 50 Yd FG1021
4:17(PIT) W.Gay, returned interception 77 Yds(S.Suisham kick)1028
1:05(PIT) L.Bell, 19 Yd run(S.Suisham kick)1035
7:58(PIT) A.Brown 2 Yd pass from B.Roethlisberger(S.Suisham kick)1042
2:21(TAM) M.Evans 8 Yd pass from J.McCown(C.Barth kick)1742
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Mike Glennon18/3219313
Josh McCown6/97310
Doug Martin18663.60
Mike James3165.30
Mike Glennon11111.00
Louis Murphy Jr.1-3-3.00
Luke Stocker66410.60
Vincent Jackson55511.00
Mike Evans55110.21
Louis Murphy Jr.4379.21
Russell Shepard22311.50
Brandon Myers23618.00
Luke Stocker10
Michael Johnson4100
Dashon Goldson6000
Lavonte David6000
Mason Foster6000
Alterraun Verner6000
Connor Barth1/22/2550
Michael Koenen210050.01
Eric Page512324.60
Doug Martin11111.00
Doug Martin3155.00
Pittsburgh Steelers
Ben Roethlisberger18/2318420
Le'Veon Bell18774.22
Legarrette Blount14584.10
Dri Archer351.60
Ben Roethlisberger11212.00
Lance Moore1-4-4.00
Antonio Brown9798.72
Lance Moore44711.70
Heath Miller33812.60
Darrius Heyward-Bey155.00
Legarrette Blount11515.00
David Decastro31
Heath Miller20
Michael Palmer20
Ramon Foster10
Matt Spaeth10
William Gay6011
Arthur Moats2011
Mike Mitchell8010
Lawrence Timmons9000
Ryan Shazier7000
Shaun Suisham0/06/660
Brad Wing313846.01
Dri Archer12323.00
Antonio Brown11919.00
Antonio Brown11414.00

It was certainly a game the Bucs will want to forget. They didn't get the game they were looking for out of Mike Glennon tonight in what was his worst performance so far this season. Coach said they will be watching a lot of film in practice to gear up for the saints next week.

The Steelers improve to 2-2 after the win over the Bucs today. This was this teams best performance this season along with their QB's Ben Roethlisberger. He through his first game with no int's this season. Their Running game started out quite mediocre however picked up towards the end of the game where Blount and Bell had big carries to close out the third quarter. The steelers travel to Jacksonville next week without the services of Legarrette Blount so we will most likely be seeing Archer getting more reps in practice this week. Until next time goodnight!
Dynasty: cts413
04:10 AM - January 9, 2015. Written by ATrain102291
John Morrison vs. Big Show: We kick off the Post-Mania edition of Raw with the return of the Shaman of Sexy, John Morrison, after a near 3 year absence. Morrison takes control early, feeding off of the crowd before Show begins to overpower him. After reversing a spear, Morrison connects with Starship Pain to win in front of his hometown Los Angeles crowd.

AJ vs. Cameron: Doesn't take much for AJ to dominate and defeat Cameron. A camera cuts to show Divas Champion Nikki Bella nervously taking in AJ's victory.

The Usos vs. Gold & Stardust:The champions and #1 contenders faced off in a very good non-title match. After solid back & forth, Jimmy connects on two Uso Splashes to pin Stardust and give the Samoan bros an early upperhand in the rivalry. Even more exciting tag team still to come.

BNB & Ryback vs. Bryan & Ziggler: The WWE Universe was absolutely electric for this contest, pitting supervillains Bad News Barrett & Ryback against penulmitate fan favorites Daniel Bryan & Ziggler. Ryback & BNB took control, double teaming Ziggler and keeping Bryan far from the contest. After a hot tag, Bryan stormed the ring to Yes! chants, planted BNB & Ryback with running knees, and secured an exciting victory.

Main Event: John Cena vs. Kane : In the main event of the night, Alberto Del Rio made his way to ringside to "enjoy" the Cena vs. Kane match. A distraction from Del Rio allowed Kane to take advantage, and dominate for the majority of the contest. Despite two Tombstone Piledrivers from Kane, Cena once again showed miraculous resolve to hit an AA and defeat Kane. The show closed with an intense staredown between Champion and possible challenger.

Colin Cassady w/Enzo vs. Gotch w/English: One half of the Vaudevillains defeated the giant Cassady with a Fireman's carry slam after interference from English.

Kalisto vs. Showtime Moore: The Blue-Chip NXT prospect Moore made his debut in a big way, pinning 1/2 of the NXT Tag champions in a dominant performance. If this is any indication of his future in WWE, expect major things from Showtime.

Chris Hero vs. Hideo Itami: A competitive battle from two in-ring veterans, Itami is able to unleash a GTS to pick up the victory in what is sure to be the first of many matches between the two.

Sin Cara vs. Corey Graves vs. Finn Balor: Corey Graves kept out of the action and allowed Cara and Balor to duel while he spectated. Cara would miss a top rope Senton, giving Graves th chance to storm the ring & hit Lucky 13 on Balor for the victory.

Adrian Neville vs. Tyler Breeze: Two gifted in-ring performers put on a main event worthy of any Raw or Smackdown. Tyler Breeze threw it all at the NXT Champion Neville but ultimately came up short. Instead of the normal bickering and complaining between competitiors, a look of mutual respect swept over the competitiors. Stay tuned to see where this goes.

The Primetime Players vs. Miz & Mizdow: Smackdown is reunited with Thursday nights on the same night that Darren Young & Titus O'Neil reform the Primetime Players. The men making moves faced off with the World Tag Champs Miz & Mizdow in a non-title match. After taking Miz to the brink, a Skull-Crushing Finale ultimately spoils the occasions and earns victory for the champs.

Naomi vs. Paige: In a battle of two talented young Divas, Naomi throws her innovative
offense at Paige before succombing to two Paige Turner's and a Paige victory.

Rey Mysterio vs. Seth Rollins: One man who would not have his return to the ring spoiled was Rey Mysterio, who faced a daunting task in the "Future of the WWE" Seth Rollins, but connected with a 619 to score the big win.

RVD vs. Sheamus: A reinvigorated Sheamus rebukes his normally jovial nature and shows untapered aggression in a Brogue-kicked win over RVD.

Main Event: Randy Orton vs. Mark Henry: The WHC exacts a measure of revenge from their one-sided rivalry a few years back with an RKO to take down the World's Strongest Man and close Smackdown.

Weekly Wrap Up: An action-packed start to the WWE reboot saw a lot of old rivalries revisted, and a few new ones started. John Cena defeated old rival Kane in the Raw main event (despite Del Rio interference) and Orton was finally able to beat Mark Henry on the Smackdown side. Rey Mysterio pulled a slight upset over the younger Seth Rollins, possibly sparking a feud. NXT Champion Neville was taken to the brink by Prince Pretty Tyler Breeze, as Breeze proved that he more than belongs in the title picture. This week also featured many returns and reunions, most notable of which being John Morrison who scored two wins. Will there be even more returns next week? How will Cena respond to Del Rio's interference? Will Sheamus continue to sport his Celtic Mean Streak in an effort to reach WHC Randy Orton? Raw pulls out a narrow victory as Show of the Week, Match of the Week goes to Neville vs. Breeze, and the Superstar of the Week is a returned John Morrison.
Dynasty: ATrain102291
Thursday, January 8, 2015
10:26 PM - January 8, 2015. Written by ATrain102291
WWE.com - We officially turn a new page in WWE history, as the post-Mania season has brought us an all new brand split, designed to create fierce competition between Raw & Smackdown. The championship began to become too muddled, as the same superstars hogged all the TV time and stunted the growth of the company. Under this WWE reboot, each show will feature their own World, singles, tag, and Divas champion along with Brand-Exclusive PPVs. Now, each superstar will have the ability to fully display their skills in unique, brand-specific rivalries. Somewhere between the two, we will feature NXT as the strong developmental brand, with World and tag team champions as well as live specials every few months. To put it simply, it all begins again.

WWE Roster - Apr 1, 2015
Monday Night Raw RosterRawThursday Night Smackdown RosterSD
John Cena (Face)WWE Ch. Randy Orton (Face)WHC
Daniel Bryan (Face)Roman Reigns (Face)
Alberto Del Rio (Heel)Bray Wyatt (Heel)
Ryback (Heel)Seth Rollins (Heel)
Big Show (Heel)Sheamus (Heel)
Dolph Ziggler (Face)Rob Van Dam (Face)
Dean Ambrose (Face)Rusev (Heel)IC Champ
Kane (Heel)Mark Henry (Heel)
Luke Harper (Heel)Miz & Mizdow (Heel)World Tag Champs
Bad News Barrett (Heel)US ChampThe New Day (Face)
Chris Jericho (Face)Erick Rowan (Face)
Gold & Stardust (Heel)Rey Mysterio (Face)
The Usos (Face)WWE Tag Team ChampionsKidd & Cesaro (Heel)
John Morrison (Face)2. William Regal (Heel)
The Ascension (Heel)The Hurricane (Face)
Curtis Axel (Heel)Shelton Benjamin (Face)
Jack Swagger (Face)Primetime Players (Face)
Dudley Boyz (Face)Paige (Heel)Divas Champ
Bo Dallas/Fandango (Heel)Natalya (Face)
AJ Lee (Face)Naomi (Face)
Nikki Bella (Heel)Divas ChampionTamina (Heel)
Brie Bella (Heel)Justin Gabriel (Heel)
Summer Rae/Cameron (Face)R-Truth (Face)
Dynasty: ATrain102291
06:32 AM - January 8, 2015. Written by Devinelser
Episode 1: 2014-15 breakdown and offseason.

14-15 breakdown
Roster moves (Trades/signings)

Knicks receive
Jeremy Lamb
2015 1st round pick via thunder
Thunder receive
Tim Hardaway jr.

Knicks sign Andray Blatche (1 year 5 mil)

Other notable trades from around the league
Clippers receive: AL Jefferson
Hornets receive: Deandre Jordan 2017 2nd pick
Dynasty: Devinelser
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
06:14 PM - January 7, 2015. Written by cts413
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Matchup Preview | September 28, 2014
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(2-1, 1-0 Away)
Pittsburgh Steelers
(1-2, 0-1 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
1653Total Yards1258
1382Total Offensive Yards1002
1059Passing Yards667
323Rushing Yards335
34.7Points Per Game22.0
7Passing TD4
5Rushing TD2
68First Downs45
11Red Zone Attempts7
8-2Red Zone TD-FG1-4
90%Red Zone Percentage71%
Defensive Stats Comparison
1142Total Yards Allowed1167
839Passing Yards Allowed715
303Rushing Yards Allowed452
82Points Allowed108
3Fumble Recoveries2
27.3Points Per Game36.0
11Red Zone Attempts12
8-2Red Zone TD-FG7-4
9%Red Zone Percentage8%
Injury Report
Jonathan Casillas
Broken Collarbone (5 weeks)
Jarvis Jones
Upper Arm Fracture (2 weeks)
Carl Nicks
Foot Fracture (2 weeks)
Nick Williams
Pulled Groin (1 week)
Mike Jenkins
Shoulder Tear (2 weeks)

Demar Dotson
Dislocated Elbow (1 week)

Game Notes
Enter important notes about this game...
Dynasty: cts413
05:40 PM - January 7, 2015. Written by cts413
A game that proved to be a close one ended up with the Colts being handed a loss by Titans in the last few seconds. Luck was asked after about his accuracy and the three picks he threw. "You saw me connect on the deep passes to Hilton right? I didn't make all the passes needed to win, I've already put this one behind me and I'm focusing on the next one". Luck threw a pick six in the late minutes of the game. They had a chance to run the clock down and go to overtime or try for the win. Luck threw another pick late with 1:53 to go and the Titans started from the 50 yard line. They ran the ball up the field and Bonani won the game for the Titans with 1 second left. Jason McCourty gets todays player of the game ward. He finished with 2 Interceptions and a Touchdown that turned out to win them the game.

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Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts
Sep 28, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Tennessee Titans (2-2)0771024
Indianapolis Colts (1-3)077721
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense245446
Rushing Yards11469
Passing Yards131377
First Downs1622
Punt Return Yards1053
Kick Return Yards6086
Total Yards315585
3rd Down Converstion117
4th Down Conversion00
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals2/12/0
Posession Time31:4328:17
Scoring Summary
8:40(TEN) K. Wright 6 Yd Pass From T. Wilson (M. Bonani Kick)70
3:01(IND) A. Bradshaw, 1 Yd Run (A. Vinatieri Kick)77
11:43(IND) T. Hilton 56 Yd Pass From A. Luck (A. Vinatieri Kick)714
5:52(TEN) S. Greene, 1 Yd Run (M. Bonani Kick)1414
9:04(IND) T. Hilton 13 Yd Pass From A. Luck (A. Vinatieri Kick)1421
2:59(TEN) J. McCourty, Returned Interception 69 Yds (M. Bonani Kick)2121
0:01(TEN) M. Bonani, 36 Yd FG2421
Tennessee Titans
Tyler Wilson16/3318110
Shonn Greene301003.31
Tyler Wilson5122.40
Leon Washington122.00
Kendall Wright6528.71
Justin Hunter46115.30
Nate Washington34113.70
Delanie Walker11414.00
Shonn Greene11111.00
Craig Stevens122.00
Michael Roos10
C. Warmack11
Michael Oher14
Zach Brown11010
Akeem Ayers5200
Jason McCourty2021
Michael Griffin2010
Maikon Bonani1/13/3636
Brett Kern839749.60
Leon Washington24321.50
Dexter McCluster11717.00
Leon Washington11010.00
Indianapolis Colts
Andrew Luck29/4737723
Matt Hasselbeck0/2001
Ahmad Bradshaw16422.61
Andrew Luck3279.00
T.Y. Hilton921824.22
Hakeem Nicks8658.10
Reggie Wayne6498.20
Coby Fleener5428.40
Dwayne Allen2136.50
Anthony Castonzo10
Gosder Cherilus01
Erik Walden6300
Arthur Jones3100
Fili Moala2100
Adam Vinatieri0/13/330
Pat McAfee421052.51
T.Y. Hilton48621.50
T.Y. Hilton7537.60
Dynasty: cts413
Monday, January 5, 2015
10:18 PM - January 5, 2015. Written by bayers3

1:00PM ET - December 20th, 2015
MetLife Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ

Indianapolis Colts at New York Jets
Dec 20, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Indianapolis Colts (15-1, 7-1 Away)71431034
New York Jets (5-10-1, 2-6 Home)00088

Top Performers

Passing : A. Luck (IND) - 279YDS, 2TD
Rushing : V. Ballard (IND) - 28CAR, 149YDS, TD
Receiving : D. Rogers (IND) - 16REC, 110YDS, 2TD

EAST RUTHERFORD - With essentially nothing left to play for in terms of the standing the Colts rested their veteran starters today against the Jets. Trent Richardson, T.Y. Hilton, and Reggie Wayne would watch the game from the sidelines to avoid any potential injuries. All three of them have missed some time this year, so it would be important that they be healthy for the playoffs.

Indianapolis could thank to heavy wind and freezing temperatures, but mostly they could thanks the hapless Jets offense. This game mostly looked like a warm up for the Divisional round, but it also served as proof that the Colts could play well away from the safety of the Lucas Oil Stadium Dome.

The Colts took their time today, going up 21-0 by half time, and once Luck had two passing touchdowns they relied on the running game to score. The Jets threatened to score in the first half with a Nick Folk 56 yard FG, but the heavy winds prevented it from being successful.

Rogers filled in well for T.Y. Hilton.

The real problem for New York was Geno Smith, who was just downright awful. Smith finished the day 8/14, and most of the incompletions weren't even close. Smith also tallied a pitiful 68 passing yards, but did manage to find Eddie Royal in the endzone to end the shutout. The Jets were basically a three-and-out machine today, not a way to win against a red hot Colts defense.

Vick Ballard shouldered the load today, carrying the ball 28 times, but Justin Forsett also saw the field quite a bit. The Colts used the ground game to end this game at halftime, they didn't need to do much in the second half to hold on to the win.

Indianapolis gets a week off to recover and prepare for the Divisional round. Whoever comes into Lucas Oil Stadium is going to be an underdog, but all bets are off in the playoffs.
Dynasty: bayers3
08:47 PM - January 5, 2015. Written by stiets1118
Offensive Captain: Carl Battle, 5-9 174lb RS Junior from Marquette, MI. Carl moved to Anchorage with his aunt and uncle after his senior year in high school. Carl was offered a scholarship after the coaching staff saw him playing flag football at a local church. Coaches were impressed by his body control and hands, and once meeting him, came away more impressed with his maturity. Carl is majoring in Meteorology. Carl posted 38 catches for 535 yds and 2TD. Battle also saw time filling in at returner for the injured Novack. This is the 3rd year Carl has been named offensive captain.

Defensive Captain: Rashaun Morris, 6-3 196lb junior from Mansfield, OH. Morris is one of 5 children, and the first to leave the state of Ohio for college. His 3 brothers and sister all attended the University of Akron. Morris is the first to play football, and he was a stellar PG for his high school team, being named second team all-state twice. Morris brings the smarts and awareness the coaches absolutely love. Morris is like a coach on the field some say, and being named captain was unanimous. Rashaun is a Fish Management major.
Dynasty: stiets1118
08:39 PM - January 5, 2015. Written by stiets1118
Alaska State Snow Cats 2013 Schedule
Aug 29vs South AlabamaWon, 45-3
Sep 5at Texas #2Lost, 42-29
Sep 19at Colorado StateWon, 38-31
Sep 26at Air ForceWon, 44-21
Oct 3at Washington StateLost, 28-10
Oct 10vs Boise StateLost, 28-21
Oct 24vs San Diego StateWon, 31-27
Oct 31at NevadaWon, 35-32
Nov 7at Fresno StateWon, 34-28
Nov 14vs HawaiiWon, 44-15
Nov 21vs WyomingWon, 28-21
Nov 28at UNLVWon, 50-42
Dynasty: stiets1118
Welcome to my Madden NFL 15 Dynasty Blog! I have choosen the Carolina Panthers as the team to be for many reasons! They have a young franchise QB, a futures wideout star, and their defense is ready to top the charts, if not already. Cam Newton, Luke Kuechly, Thomas Davis, Greg Olsen, Johnathon Stewart, Deangelo Williams, and Kelvin Benjamin are the big named players on this squad. As years progress and as the franchise grows, we, the Carolina Panthers will develop our players into stars, and make them the big name!

This dynasty like all others is to rebuild, develop, and head to the Super Bowl. I believe as a unit, the Panthers as what it takes to get back into the playoffs, and win the division for its second year straight, but getting to the super bowl in year one, most likely, it just isn't thte case. Lots of young players and very few veteran players are on this year, and without veteran players, you really can't win championships, unless you get lucky. I'm proud to say that Cam Newton will be the long term QB for this team, and ASWELL as LUKE KUECHLY!

The schedule is tough, but if we focus on winning games, and focus on our goals. We will have no problem this season! This is The Madden NFL 15 PANTHERS CONNECTED FRANCHISE DYNASTY! I hope you guys that view my blog enjoy this, because I know I will! Oh, before I forget, feel free to leave comments down below! This way I can interact with you guys about how the season is going! I will also stream my games @ http://www.twitch.tv/aarontheboss2014
Dynasty: Regency1998
12:33 AM - January 5, 2015. Written by DanglingPenguins
Oilers 2014-2015
93Ryan Nugent-Hopkins216'0195lbsLBurnaby, BC, CAN
51Anton Lander236'0180lbsLSundsvall, SWE
27Boyd Gordon316'0200lbsRUnity, SK, CAN
8Derek Roy315'9184lbsLOttawa, ON, CAN
67Benoit Pouliot286'3193lbsLAlfred, ON, CAN
23Matt Hendricks336'0211lbsLBlaine, MN, USA
20Luke Gazdic256'4233lbsLToronto, On, CAN
12Rob Klinkhammer286'3214lbsLLethbridge, AB, CAN
4Taylor Hall "A"236'1198lbsLCalgary, AB, CAN
28Matt Fraser246'1204lbsLRed Deer, AB, CAN
16Teddy Purcell296'3198lbsRSt. Johns, NL, CAN
14Jordan Eberle "A"245'11189lbsRRegina, SK, CAN
10Nail Yakupov215'10197lbsLNizhnekamsk, RUS
86Nikita Nikitin286'4217lbsLOmsk, RUS
24Brad Hunt265'9188lbsLRidge Meadows, BC, CAN
22Keith Aulie256'6222lbsLRouleau, SK, CAN
21Andrew Ference "C"355'11184lbsLEdmonton, AB, CAN
19Justin Schultz246'2195lbsRKelowna, BC, CAN
5Mark Fayne276'3215lbsRNashua, NH, USA
2Jeff Petry276'3215lbsRAnn Arbor, MI, USA
35Viktor Fasth326'0181lbsLKalix, SWE
30Ben Scrivens286'2181lbsLSpruce Grove, AB, CAN

Line Projections

Edmonton Oilers Depth Chart - 1
LWTaylor HallBenoit Pouliot Matt FraserRob Klinkhammer
CRyan Nugent-HopkinsDerek RoyAnton LanderBoyd Gordon
RWJordan EberleTeddy PurcellNail YakupovMatt Hendricks
D #1Andrew FerenceNikita NikitinKeith Aulie
D #2Justin SchultzJeff PetryMark Fayne
GBen ScrivensViktor Fasth
Dynasty: DanglingPenguins
Sunday, January 4, 2015
01:59 PM - January 4, 2015. Written by bayers3

1:00PM ET - December 13th, 2015
Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis, IN

Atlanta Falcons at Indianapolis Colts
Dec 13, 20151ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Atlanta Falcons (4-10-1, 1-7 Away)067720
Indianapolis Colts (14-1, 8-0 Home)14177745

Top Performers

Passing : M. Ryan (ATL) - 376YDS, 2TD
Rushing : T. Richardson (IND) - 12CAR, 166YDS, TD
Receiving : C. Shorts III (IND) - 19REC, 196YDS

INDIANAPOLIS - Well, so much for taking their foot off the pedal. The Colts completed their undefeated record at home with a walloping of the woeful Falcons today and clinched the #1 seed. This game stood as a warning to any potential playoff teams as the Colts showed how well their Balanced Offense blueprint works, and what happens when you are down in the second half.

The Falcons horrible defense, and it was truly horrible, managed to disguise a storyline that has been building all season; Andrew Luck's MVP repeat campaign. Luck went 32/35 for 308 yards and 3TD with no interceptions and now sits well ahead of the league statistically. His 119.4 QB Rating, 4456 passing yards, and 42TD leads the league, and he's only thrown 5INT. To put that in perspective, Peyton Manning is #2 with 95.4 QB rating and 3639 passing yards with 27TD to 10INT. If Luck doesn't win the MVP award it will be a travesty.

There wasn't much to see in this game as far as a competitive game goes, fans of poor tackling and long TD passes and runs would have loved it. Atlanta gave up TD passes of 22, 28, and 44 yards and Trent Richardson broke a 72 yard TD run that the Falcons could have easily stopped.

Richardson holds onto the rushing yardage lead thanks to Atlanta's tackling.

Atlanta's biggest problem on offense was running the ball, and that tilted the game in Indianapolis' favor. Mark Ingram only managed 25 yards on 11 carries, all the Falcons could do was chuck the ball down field to Julio Jones. Jones had a great day with 12 receptions for 160 yards and 2TD, but it was all too little too late.

Indianapolis was up 31-6 at halftime and the Richardson-Vick Ballard duo took over, crushing the Falcons defense for 272 rushing yards and 3TD combined. This game could have been much worse, but the Colts ground the Falcons down and put them away like prospective champions.

Indianapolis finishes their regular season next week at the New York Jets, perhaps a freezing Meadowlands visit is just the thing to put their starters on the bench. Win or lose, the Colts go into the post-season as Superbowl favorites.
Dynasty: bayers3