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Old 05-14-2013, 12:30 PM  
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Old 07-30-2013, 06:22 AM   #976
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Maybe Chad Henne can give your offense a spark.


I just realized he's starting this week for me.

Should be fun.
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Old 07-30-2013, 09:09 AM   #977
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And risk not having SIMS tonight???

No, I don't have plans to add this soon.
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Old 07-30-2013, 09:31 AM   #978
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As we move into the back stretch of the season, my three teams have the following story lines.

Anchorage Eskimos - It took a few weeks for new QB Peyton Manning to figure out his receiving corps, but the offense is clicking on all cylinders now. With the most productive offense in the league based on points and yards, and no weak spots, injuries are the only risk. On defense, we're playing strong, and are ranked well in yards allowed and big defensive plays. However, the team is middle of the pack on points allowed and is looking to improve in that area. The team appears to be getting stronger as the season progresses.

Seattle Undertakers - This team is a poster child for line play. The offense is quite talented, but can't get off the ground as Joe Flacco is taking pressure consistently and running backs Doug Martin and Arian Foster can't find running lanes. Foster is averaging only 3.1 yards per attempt. The defense is faring better, being strong overall and particularly against the pass. However, our strong D has not translated into big plays, which has hurt. Nonetheless, the D is carrying this team right now. They're starting to move in the right direction, and we're shaking up the offensive line this week to see if we can get more production.

Provo Lone Wolf Pack - This team got off to a hot start, with a surprisingly potent offense and swarming defense. Right now, we're hit hard by the injury plague with 12 players out this week, and we're missing all of our QBs and our top 2 HBs. The pressure will be on free agent QB Todd Blackledge to maintain the winning winning record until Roethlisberger returns. Up to now, we have the #4 offense in the league in yards, but have lost Maurice Jones-Drew for the year. On defense, we have big name linebackers, and our DL and backfield have been overachieving no-names who have played surprisingly well. The D has also been hit hard by injuries, losing Orakpo early on and then his replacement Sean Weatherspoon. Weatherspoon will be back soon, though, and will bolster our efforts. This is a team that is above average statistically in every way but points, so we're hoping that evens out. This team is entering rough waters the next few weeks.
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Old 07-30-2013, 09:38 AM   #979
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Old 07-30-2013, 09:41 AM   #980
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I believe it is today, mon frere.
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Old 07-30-2013, 09:43 AM   #981
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Week 10 rosters are available. Sims on Tuesday. Not sure exactly when since there is a family get together that night.
It depends on when cdcox can peel himself away from the ancestral hearth.
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Old 07-30-2013, 09:51 AM   #982
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It depends on when cdcox can peel himself away from the ancestral hearth.
Somehow, he snuck that announcement right past me. Thanks.

(Is "snuck" a word? Maybe it should be "sneaked")
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Old 07-30-2013, 09:51 AM   #983
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This Little Rock squad is a grinder.

It seems like one of those 1 and done playoff teams you see every year that wins close games and gets by on grit.

Oh, and Von Miller/Robert Quinn having 22 sacks between them doesn't hurt.
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Somehow, he snuck that announcement right past me. Thanks.

(Is "snuck" a word? Maybe it should be "sneaked")
It isn't, though I've always maintained that it should be.
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Old 07-30-2013, 09:59 AM   #986
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It isn't, though I've always maintained that it should be.
If you ever decide to start a campaign to get it into the OED, I'll march beside you.
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Old 07-30-2013, 11:47 PM   #988
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As a minor bookkeeping note, we had a math problem on a safety free kick.

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2nd Q 5:16 3rd and 13 Free kick, ball returned to the 52 yardline.
2nd Q 5:08 1st and 10 Aurora 48 Arian Foster rushes for 4 yards.
2nd Q 4:26 2nd and 6 Aurora 44 Joe Flacco passes complete to Vincent Jackson for a gain of 35 yards.
2nd Q 3:41 1st and goal Aurora 8 Joe Flacco passes complete to Randall Cobb for a gain of 9 yards. Touchdown, conversion
Seattle 19, Aurora 0
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Old 07-30-2013, 11:51 PM   #989
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Hmm, shouldn't this penalty have been added to the play, or are some personal fouls before the snap?

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3rd Q 15:00 free agent kicks 57 yards, returned for 30 yards by David Wilson
3rd Q 14:52 1st and 10 Aurora 38 Robert Griffin III (pressured) passes complete to Jeremy Maclin for a gain of 13 yards. PENALTY. Roughing the Passer on Navorro Bowman. 15 yards.
3rd Q 14:44 1st and 10 Seattle 47 David Wilson rushes for 3 yards.
3rd Q 14:02 2nd and 7 Seattle 44 Chris D. Johnson rushes for 0 yards.
3rd Q 13:20 3rd and 7 Seattle 44 Robert Griffin III passes incomplete, dropped by David Wilson.
3rd Q 13:13 4th and 7 Seattle 44 Jon Ryan punts 44 yards, touchback.
Seattle 19, Aurora 0
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Old 07-30-2013, 11:56 PM   #990
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Hmm, shouldn't this penalty have been added to the play, or are some personal fouls before the snap?

Aurora
3rd Q 15:00 free agent kicks 57 yards, returned for 30 yards by David Wilson
3rd Q 14:52 1st and 10 Aurora 38 Robert Griffin III (pressured) passes complete to Jeremy Maclin for a gain of 13 yards. PENALTY. Roughing the Passer on Navorro Bowman. 15 yards.
3rd Q 14:44 1st and 10 Seattle 47 David Wilson rushes for 3 yards.
3rd Q 14:02 2nd and 7 Seattle 44 Chris D. Johnson rushes for 0 yards.
3rd Q 13:20 3rd and 7 Seattle 44 Robert Griffin III passes incomplete, dropped by David Wilson.
3rd Q 13:13 4th and 7 Seattle 44 Jon Ryan punts 44 yards, touchback.
Seattle 19, Aurora 0
Some of the penalty treatments are "simplified". This one might be relatively easy to fix though.
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