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Thursday, September 20, 2018
12:27 PM - September 20, 2018. Written by davidan
The Titans got a much needed win at home in an unexpected way over the reigning Super Bowl Champion Eagles this week in Nashville. The win was critical to keep the Titans in good early season position at a record of 2-2. After a road win to open the year in Miami, the team would drop two straight against division rivals Houston and Jacksonville. Returning home and taking care of business against the Eagles was a nice lift to finish out the first quarter of the season.

The defense forced an early turnover on Carson Wentz, which actually would knock him out of the game as well with a dislocated ankle unfortunately. Mariota would capitalize with a quick strike TD pass to Tajae Sharpe. This was a great sign as Sharpe has been asked to step up in the wake of Corey Davis and Rishard Matthews both currently sidelined with injury.

Ryan Succop added a season high four Field Goals and Kevin Byard sealed the win in the 2nd half with a Pick Six for a Touchdown. Byard was actually the star of the game with 2 INT and 5 tackles and a TD backing up his Pro Bowl season from a year ago.

In addition to these performances the Defense forced a total of 5 Turnovers as Nick Foles really struggled in relief duty of Wentz and the Eagles were knocked out of their gameplan. Derrick Henry grinded out another 100 yard performance on the ground to continue his league leading rushing attack to start the season. Dion Lewis also added a nice change of pace especially out of the backfield

Kevin Byard Above makes 1st of Two INT in Win against Eagles

Philadelphia Eagles at Tennessee Titans
Sep 30, 20181ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Philadelphia Eagles (3-1)037010
Tennessee Titans (2-2)3109325
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense399256
Rushing Yards121112
Passing Yards278144
First Downs1815
Punt Return Yards2229
Kick Return Yards9785
Total Yards518370
3rd Down Conversion76
4th Down Conversion01
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals66100
Posession Time15:2620:34
Scoring Summary
4:34(TEN) R. Succop, 37 YD FG03
8:54(TEN) T. Sharpe 15 YD Pass from M. Mariota (R. Succop Kick)010
7:34(PHI) J. Elliot, 29 YD FG310
2:29(TEN) R. Succop, 38 YD FG313
5:59(TEN) R. Succop, 36 YD FG316
5:04(PHI) M. Wallace 6 YD Pass from N. Foles (J. Elliot Kick)1016
1:24(TEN) K. Byard, Returned INT 38 YDS (Two Point Failed)1022
5:48(PHI) R. Succop, 45 YD FG1025
Philadelphia Eagles
Nick Foles20/3729814
Carson Wentz2/4801
Darren Sproles181075.9
Corey Clement8141.8
Dallas Goedert714320.4
Mike Wallace66110.21
Kamar Aiken46115.3
Darren Sproles2-2-1.0
Alshon Jeffrey23115.5
Richard Rogers11212.0
Jason Peters1
Lane Johnson1
Jordan Hicks10
Malcolm Jenkins8
Nigel Bradham7
Sidney Jones IV71.0
Rodney McLeod Jr6
Ronald Darby6
Fletcher Cox51.0
Corey Nelson5
Brandon Graham4
Tim Jernigan4
Chris Long22.0
Michael Bennett2
Jalen Mills1
Joe Walker1
T.J. Ward1
Jake Elliot1/11/1430
Jon Ryan317658.7
Donnel Pumphrey Jr49724.3
Darren Sproles22211.0
Tennessee Titans
Marcus Mariota20/3318110
Derrick Henry251024.1
Dion Lewis4184.5
Dion Lewis6498.2
Taywan Taylor44812.0
Delanie Walker3196.3
Tajae Sharpe35819.31
Derrick Henry210.5
Jonnu Smith263.0
Taylor Lewan2
Ben Jones1
Wesley Woodyard9
Rashaan Evans8
Adoree Jackson71
Logan Ryan62
Malcolm Butler6
Kenny Vaccaro6
Kevin Byard521
Jurrell Casey3
Brian Orakpo31.0
Aaron Wallace22.0
Dane Cruikshank2
Harold Landry2
DaQuan Jones1
Will Compton1
S. Finch1
Ryan Succop4/41/11345
Brett Kern523747.42
Michael Campanaro38528.3
Dion Lewis22914.5
Dynasty: davidan
01:41 AM - September 20, 2018. Written by Reiny09
Minnesota Wild at Dallas Stars
Oct 19, 2018123F
MIN (5-2-0)2002
DAL (3-4-0)0011
Three Stars
D. Dubnyk, G
1.00 GAA, 54 SV, .982 SV%
G. Olofsson, D
1 G, 2 Hits
E. Staal, C
1 G, 1 Hit
Team Stats Comparison
Shots on Goal2155
Faceoffs Won-Lost24-4141-24
Penalty Minutes18:0010:00
Power Plays Converted1
Power Play Opportunities68
Time on Attack6:527:59
Scoring Summary
MIN7:27 G. Olofsson (1) (M. Granlund, J. Zucker)
MIN19:05 E. Staal (2) (Unassisted)
DAL5:39 T. Seguin (2) (A. Radulov)
Minnesota Wild - Goalies
D. Dubnyk555498%1.00
Minnesota Wild - Skaters
J. Brown6:01
C. Coyle12:2712:00
M. Dumba22:424:00
J. Eriksson Ek3:4612:00
E. Fehr12:06
M. Foligno12:451
M. Granlund21:371+232:00
M. Hendricks15:31
M. Koivu21:023
L. Kunin14:343
G. Olofsson22:201+21
G. Pateryn8:50+12:00
M. Read1:43
N. Seeler14:101
J. Spurgeon27:13+11
E. Staal20:391+23
R. Suter25:29
J. Zucker21:111+236:00
Dallas Stars - Goalies
A. Khudobin211990%2.05
Dallas Stars - Skaters
J. Benn24:2362:00
B. Comeau9:57-13
R. Elie4:02-1
R. Faksa6:49-1
J. Honka13:19-12
M. Janmark18:007
S. Johns25:24-14:00
J. Klingberg28:33-16
E. Lindell24:3222:00
M. Mersch2:12-11
M. Methot19:59-1
V. Nichushkin16:187
T. Pitlick9:04
R. Polak7:47-1
A. Radulov26:1113
T. Seguin22:0519
D. Shore21:30-16
J. Spezza11:2032:00
Dynasty: Reiny09
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
11:53 PM - September 19, 2018. Written by Reiny09
Arizona Coyotes at Minnesota Wild
Oct 16, 2018123F
ARI (3-1-1)0213
MIN (4-2-0)0000
Three Stars
D. Kuemper, G
0.00 GAA, 22 SV, 1.000 SV%
C. Dvorak, C
1 G, 1 A, 3 Hits
D. Stepan, C
2 A, 4 Hits
Team Stats Comparison
Shots on Goal3822
Faceoffs Won-Lost24-2727-24
Penalty Minutes4:0018:00
Power Plays Converted20
Power Play Opportunities92
Time on Attack9:107:03
Scoring Summary
ARI9:41 A. Galchenyuk (4) (A. Goligoski, D. Stepan)
ARI17:43 B. Perlini (4) (R. Panik, C. Dvorak)
ARI18:52 C. Dvorak (1) (J. Oesterle, D. Stepan)
Arizona Coyotes - Goalies
D. Kuemper2222100%0.00
Arizona Coyotes - Skaters
J. Chychrun21:04
K. Connauton10:33
L. Crouse8:071
J. Demers24:0312:00
C. Dvorak15:4211+11
E. Ekman-Larsson24:444
C. Fischer10:211
A. Galchenyuk23:4913
A. Goligoski27:021+11
M. Grabner10:191
V. Hinostroza8:34
M. Hossa7:283
C. Keller21:405
J. Oesterle12:431+12:00
R. Panik18:021+15
B. Perlini20:1417
B. Richardson10:282
D. Stepan23:362+13
Minnesota Wild - Goalies
A. Stalock383592%3.00
Minnesota Wild - Skaters
J. Brodin17:18
J. Brown9:58
C. Coyle16:122
M. Dumba25:17-1
J. Eriksson Ek5:112
E. Fehr16:08-112:00
M. Foligno16:27-122:00
M. Granlund15:571
M. Hendricks16:202:00
M. Koivu22:20-122:00
L. Kunin13:3044:00
G. Olofsson16:44
Z. Parise1:051
G. Pateryn17:33-1
J. Spurgeon20:372
E. Staal14:251
R. Suter22:3814:00
J. Zucker16:2232:00
Dynasty: Reiny09
10:23 PM - September 19, 2018. Written by Reiny09
Minnesota Wild at Nashville Predators
Oct 15, 2018123F
MIN (4-1-0)0235
NSH (4-1-1)0000
Three Stars
M. Granlund, RW
2 G, 2 A
E. Staal, C
1 G, 2 A, 1 Hit
D. Dubnyk, G
0.00 GAA, 24 SV, 1.000 SV%
Team Stats Comparison
Shots on Goal3824
Faceoffs Won-Lost29-3333-29
Penalty Minutes8:0024:00
Power Plays Converted10
Power Play Opportunities113
Time on Attack7:246:13
Scoring Summary
MIN7:14 M. Granlund (1) (E. Staal, J. Zucker)
MIN18:37 M. Hendricks (1) (G. Olofsson, M. Granlund)
MIN3:04 E. Staal (1) (J. Zucker, M. Granlund)
MIN7:04 M. Granlund (2) (E. Staal, J. Zucker)
MIN9:45 Z. Parise (1) (G. Olofsson, G. Pateryn)
Minnesota Wild - Goalies
D. Dubnyk2424100%0.00
Minnesota Wild - Skaters
J. Brodin24:0322:00
J. Brown9:02
C. Coyle20:03+17
M. Dumba22:34+12:00
J. Eriksson Ek6:09+11
E. Fehr7:21
M. Foligno8:412
M. Granlund23:5222+36
M. Hendricks7:261+11
M. Koivu19:35+13
L. Kunin9:32
G. Olofsson9:472+22:00
Z. Parise18:391+162:00
G. Pateryn11:121+2
J. Spurgeon26:57+11
E. Staal20:5912+24
R. Suter25:44+21
J. Zucker22:203+24
Nashville Predators - Goalies
P. Rinne383387%5.00
Nashville Predators - Skaters
V. Arvidsson19:0842:00
N. Bonino18:34-12:00
M. Ekholm21:25-11
R. Ellis21:38-11
K. Fiala14:52-11
F. Forsberg19:38-232:00
D. Hamhuis12:29-1
R. Hartman5:28-1
S. Hartnell4:1322:00
M. Irwin11:1812:00
C. Jarnkrok7:19-12:00
R. Johansen19:21-112:00
R. Josi27:49-31
C. Sissons7:0312:00
C. Smith16:15-23
P. Subban25:38-324:00
K. Turris17:48-224:00
A. Watson7:251
Dynasty: Reiny09
12:38 AM - September 19, 2018. Written by davidan
The Titans got off to a promising start in Week 3 against the Jags on the Road, however, things would flame out in the later part of the 3rd Quarter in route to their 2nd loss in a row, and a tough start to Divisional play for the 2018 season. The Titans now find themselves in an early backs against the wall situation within the AFC South as they have dropped consecutive early season games to the Texans and Jaguars.

Things got off to a quick and promising start for the Titans when they found themselves up early on the Heels of a nice Derrick Henry TD Run.

Titans RB Derrick Henry Scores Long TD Run Early but it's not enough

The Titans built upon their lead with a Pick 6 from Kenny Vaccaro, who had made big INT's now in 2 of the first three games and really been a key player on Defense.

However, the Jaguars put a lot of pressure on Marcus Mariota throughout the contest leading to 4 Interceptions from Mariota, 2 of which found themselves in the hands of Jalen Ramsey, one of the hottest young players in the NFL. Mariota was also on the ground more than we would like to admit with the pressure from the Jags pass rush. Not all of the blame can be placed on Mariota however, as the Titans were operating with a much depleted WR corps. Having lost both Corey Davis and Rishard Matthews to injury it was a tough situation to overcome.

On a positive note Delanie Walker, overcame double coverage throughout the game to lead all Titans receivers with 6 Grabs. Derrick Henry also built upon his NFL rushing lead with another strong performance of 99 yards on 18 carries.

Perhaps the biggest highlight for the Titans came from special teams as Ryan Succop connected on a 59 year Field goal, a very impressive kick that briefly gave the Titans the lead into the 3rd Quarter.

Next week the Titans return home to face Super Bowl Champion Eagles who will be the ender to the first Quarter of the season. An important game for the Titans to avoid a 1-3 start which would really put them in trouble.

Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars
Sep 23, 20181ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Tennessee Titans (1-2)1403017
Jacksonville Jaguars (2-1)70141031
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense321395
Rushing Yards9996
Passing Yards222299
First Downs1616
Punt Return Yards216
Kick Return Yards1220
Total Yards464401
3rd Down Conversion68
4th Down Conversion20
2-Point Conversion
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals0100
Posession Time18:4317:17
Scoring Summary
6:26(JAC) T. Bohanon, 11 YD Run (J. Lambo Kick)07
5:07(TEN) D. Henry, 32 YD Run (R. Succop Kick)77
2:56(TEN) K. Vaccaro, Returned INT 23 YD, (R. Succop Kick)147
7:54(JAC) D. Westbrook 51 YD Pass from B. Bortles (J. Lambo Kick)1414
5:55(TEN) R. Succop, 58 YD FG1714
1:14(JAC) M. Jackson, Returned Fumble 6 YDS, (J. Lambo Kick)1721
6:22(JAC) J. Lambo, 29 YD FG1724
1:55(JAC) K. Cole 5 YD Pass from B. Bortles (J. Lambo Kick)1731
Tennessee Titans
Marcus Mariota28/4625704
Derrick Henry18995.51
Dion Lewis400
Delanie Walker69115.2
Derrick Henry441.0
Tajae Sharpe3175.7
Taywan Taylor34816.0
Jalston Fowler3175.7
Jonnu Smith23015.0
Justin Hardy155.0
Dion Lewis6457.5
Ben Jones1
Josh Kline1
Tyler Marz1
Rashaan Evans101.0
Kevin Byard91
Wesley Woodyard81.0
Brian Orakpo5
Malcolm Butler5
Derrick Morgan4
Jurrell Casey3
Adoree Jackson31
Kenny Vaccaro31
DaQuan Jones2
Logan Ryan1
Bennie Logan1
Harold Landry1
Ryan Succop1/22559
Brett Kern417443.50
Adoree Jackson49924.8
Michael Campanaro12323
Adoree Jackson22110.5
Jacksonville Jaguars
Blake Bortles21/3830823
T.J. Yeldon26883.4
Tommy Bohanon382.71
Dede Westbrook715321.91
Keelan Cole5469.21
Marquise Lee46917.3
Ben Koyack2178.5
T.J. Yeldon133.0
Austin Seferian-Jenkins11313.0
Niles Paul177.0
Myles Jack12
Telvin Smith Sr61
Tashaun Gipson Sr51.0
Jalen Ramsey52
Cody Davis51
Yannick Ngakoue4
Calais Campbell31.0
Blair Brown3
Marcell Dareus31.0
Ronnie Harrison3
Dante Fowler Jr21.0
Malik Jackson2
D.J. Hayden21.0
Leon Jacobs2
A.J. Bouye1
Josh Lambo1/24729
Logan Cooke527354.60
D.J. Chark166.0
Dynasty: davidan
12:09 AM - September 19, 2018. Written by Reiny09
Carolina Hurricanes at Minnesota Wild
Oct 13, 2018123F
CAR (1-4-0)0000
MIN (3-1-0)1102
Three Stars
D. Dubnyk, G
0.00 GAA, 29 SV, 1.000 SV%
C. Coyle, C
2 G
G. Pateryn, D
1 A, 3 Hits
Team Stats Comparison
Shots on Goal2926
Faceoffs Won-Lost23-1818-23
Penalty Minutes19:0013:00
Power Plays Converted00
Power Play Opportunities47
Time on Attack8:406:36
Scoring Summary
MIN19:11 C. Coyle (1) (J. Brown, G. Pateryn)
MIN16:34 C. Coyle (2) (Unassisted)
Carolina Hurricanes - Goalies
S. Darling2426108%2.03
Carolina Hurricanes - Skaters
S. Aho18:204
C. de Haan21:06-11
J. Faulk26:082:00
M. Ferland11:40-2
D. Hamilton21:20-1
J. Martinook7:261
B. McGinn10:312
B. Pesce12:51-21
V. Rask22:354
J. Slavin21:552:00
J. Staal21:2322:00
A. Svechnikov14:582
T. Teravainen16:4412:00
T. Van Riemsdyk17:322:00
L. Wallmark9:02-2
J. Ward7:25-245:00
J. Williams20:2162:00
V. Zykov5:2912:00
Minnesota Wild - Goalies
D. Dubnyk2929100%0.00
Minnesota Wild - Skaters
J. Brodin20:11
J. Brown11:411+22:00
C. Coyle10:042+24
M. Dumba25:331
E. Fehr9:371
M. Foligno9:53+22:00
M. Granlund18:053
M. Hendricks7:542:00
M. Koivu14:3912:00
L. Kunin6:43
N. Niederreiter17:193
G. Olofsson8:425:00
Z. Parise13:493
G. Pateryn12:501+2
J. Spurgeon25:29+22
E. Staal26:313
R. Suter27:151
J. Zucker25:454
Dynasty: Reiny09
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
11:56 PM - September 18, 2018. Written by davidan
The Titans got confirmation of some bad news to the Wide Receiver corps coming off the tough loss at home to the Texans in week 2. In the Monday press conference it was confirmed that the team will be without both Rishard Matthews and Corey Davis for at least the next few weeks. Both players were injured early in the contest against the Texans and did not return. Matthews is suffering from an abdominal tear and will miss less action than Davis who received an upper arm fracture and will be out 5-6 weeks.

Titans Injury Report WR - Week 3
PosPlayerInjury Note
WRRishard MatthewsAbdominal Tear
WRCorey DavisUpper Arm Fracture

The next man up mentality is in the spotlight as the Titans will now turn to young players Taywan Taylor and Tajae Sharp to take over the top 2 receiving spots in the absence of Matthews and Davis. It was announced the team has also reached terms with Free Agent WR Justin Hardy as well a 3 year pro that will join the team this week in preparations for Jacksonville.

The expectation is that without the service of Matthews and Davis for the next few weeks that TE Delanie Walker will draw extra attention in upcoming games from opposing Defenses.

On the optimism front neither player will be placed on IR and both are expected to rejoin the team in the next 4-6 weeks.
Dynasty: davidan
10:54 PM - September 18, 2018. Written by Reiny09
Chicago Blackhawks at Minnesota Wild
Oct 11, 2018123F
CHI (0-4-0)1001
MIN (2-1-0)0022
Three Stars
D. Dubnyk, G
1.00 GAA, 49 SV, .980 SV%
J. Brown, RW
1 G, 2 Hits
N. Niederreiter, LW
1 G, 4 Hits
Team Stats Comparison
Shots on Goal5028
Faceoffs Won-Lost37-2121-37
Penalty Minutes4:0020:00
Power Plays Converted11
Power Play Opportunities93
Time on Attack8:556:25
Scoring Summary
CHI15:58 J. Toews (1) (P. Kane, D. Keith)
MIN0:41 N. Niederreiter (2) (M. Dumba, E. Staal)
MIN16:16 J. Brown (1) (R. Suter, R. Spurgeon)
Chicago Blackhawks - Goalies
C. Crawford282693%2.03
Chicago Blackhawks - Skaters
A. Anisimov19:45-12
C. Dahlstrom9:37
A. DeBrincat22:1882:00
V. Ejdsell6:28
J. Hayden12:33-1
D. Kampf7:143
P. Kane23:51110
D. Keith24:5713
M. Kruger11:36-11
C. Kunitz10:351
B. Manning8:381
A. Martinsen7:0122:00
C. Murphy26:11-13
J. Rutta23:19-12
B. Saad15:053
N. Schmaltz15:253
B. Seabrook27:18
J. Toews25:0518
Minnesota Wild - Goalies
D. Dubnyk504998%1.00
Minnesota Wild - Skaters
J. Brodin20:482
J. Brown9:331+122:00
C. Coyle12:04+11
M. Dumba22:1012:00
E. Fehr8:50
M. Foligno10:13+112:00
M. Granlund15:251
M. Hendricks11:421
M. Koivu20:3822:00
L. Kunin10:292:00
N. Niederreiter17:0116
G. Olofsson16:482
Z. Parise12:202
G. Pateryn15:531
J. Spurgeon21:531+112:00
E. Staal16:491+114:00
R. Suter22:441+144:00
J. Zucker16:101
Dynasty: Reiny09
After a solid week 1, the Tennessee Titans had a let down in week 2 as Deshaun Watson and the Texans come to Nashville and frustrate the Titans. Watson was erratic early and would have 3 interceptions in the contest. However in the 2nd half after adjustments, he was able to continually find the soft spots in the Titans Defense with both the pass and run and would throw for 299 yards total and 3 Touchdowns.

The Texans ran the ball well with a group effort and were able to Intercept Marcus Mariota twice and keep the pressure high on the Titans with 6 sacks.

The Titans had several opportunities to turn the tide and momentum, but despite solid drives on two ocassions, missed Field Goals from Ryan Succop would add insult to injury. A day to forget as the good guys drop this one to the visiting Texans in an important early season divisional battle.

Tennessee will look to bounce back next week with a tough assignment of traveling to Jacksonville to open the season against the Jags in the first of two important divisional contests.

Deshaun Watson and the Texans Driving in Titans Territory (Above)

Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans
Sep 16, 20181ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Houston Texans (1-1)710724
Tennessee Titans (1-1)77
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense391206
Rushing Yards15233
Passing Yards239173
First Downs188
Punt Return Yards161
Kick Return Yards35122
Total Yards442339
3rd Down Conversion73
4th Down Conversion01
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals75100
Posession Time21:0414:56
Houston Texans
Deshaun Watson23/3229933
Lamar Miller16654.1
D'Onta Foreman13423.2
Deshaun Watons33010
Alfred Blue4153.8
Will Fuller V56312.6
Stephen Anderson5387.61
Ryan Griffin45614.01
DeAndre Hopkins3227.3
Lamar Miller38327.71
Alfred Blue22010
Braxton Miller11717.0
Nick Martin1
Senio Kelemete1
Seantrel Henderson1
Ty Nsekhe1
Kareem Jackson8
Dylan Cole7
Johnathan Joseph51
Jadeveon Clowney42.0
Christian Covington43.0
Zach Cunningham4
Tyrann Mathieu41
Benardrick McKinney3
D.J. Reader3
Aaron Colvin3
Whitney Mercilus21.0
J.J. Watt1
Corey Moore1
Peter Kalambayi1
Ka'imi Fairbairn1/13/3620
Shane Lechler622537.52
Bruce Ellington23517.5
Bruce Ellington2168.0
Tennessee Titans
Marcus Mariota21/4420812
Derrick Henry11322.9
Dion Lewis111.0
Delanie Walker5438.6
Derrick Henry5173.41
Tajae Sharpe46516.3
Michael Campanaro2147.0
Corey Davis13030
Taywan Taylor1-5-5.0
Taylor Lewan1
Quinton Spain1
Ben Jones1
Jack Conklin1
Wesley Woodyard11
Kevin Byard110.5
Logan Ryan82
Malcolm Butler71
Rashaan Evans71.0
Derrick Morgan62.0
Adoree Jackson5
Kenny Vaccaro5
Bennie Logan41.0
Jurrell Casey3
DaQuan Jones21.0
Brian Orakpo21.5
Dane Cruikshank1
Ryan Succop0/21/11
Brett Kern632153.51
Adoree Jackson410626.5
Luke Stocker11616
Adoree Jackson210.5
Dynasty: davidan
02:04 AM - September 18, 2018. Written by Reiny09
Vegas Golden Knights at Minnesota Wild
Oct 6, 2018123F
VEG (1-1-0)2002
MIN (1-1-0)0101
Three Stars
M. Fleury, G
1.00 GAA, 27 SV, .964 SV%
D. Dubnyk, G
2.07 GAA, 25 SV, .926 SV%
J. Spurgeon, D
1 A, 8 Hits
Team Stats Comparison
Shots on Goal2728
Faceoffs Won-Lost24-2424-24
Penalty Minutes31:0021:00
Power Plays Converted11
Power Play Opportunities812
Time on Attack8:049:08
Scoring Summary
VEG4:35 W. Karlsson (1) (J. Marchessault)
VEG12:43 R. Reaves (2) (C. Eakin)
MIN12:24 N. Niederreiter (1) (Z. Parise, J. Spurgeon)
Vegas Golden Knights - Goalies
M. Fleury282796%1.00
Vegas Golden Knights - Skaters
P. Bellemare9:00
W. Carrier5:492
C. Eakin10:421+14:00
D. Engelland13:0414:00
E. Haula11:4112:00
W. Karlsson23:42164:00
J. Marchessault18:41112:00
B. McNabb21:51+129:00
J. Merrill13:061
C. Miller23:221
T. Nosek9:5922:00
M. Pacioretty19:593
R. Reaves9:191+11
N. Schmidt17:011
R. Smith15:0532:00
P. Stastny13:481
S. Theodore31:23+112:00
A. Tuch8:29
Minnesota Wild - Goalies
D. Dubnyk272593%2.07
Minnesota Wild - Skaters
J. Brodin22:1512:00
J. Brown6:28
C. Coyle8:11
M. Dumba22:25-1
E. Fehr5:5215:00
M. Foligno9:1912:00
M. Granlund22:3642:00
M. Hendricks6:05
M. Koivu19:07-12
L. Kunin11:091
N. Niederreiter16:431-13
G. Olofsson9:353
Z. Parise15:3213
G. Pateryn11:382:00
J. Spurgeon26:44122:00
E. Staal20:181
R. Suter27:51-112:00
J. Zucker25:36-154:00
Dynasty: Reiny09
12:44 AM - September 18, 2018. Written by Reiny09
Minnesota Wild at Colorado Avalanche
Oct 4, 2018123F
MIN (1-0-0)0213
COL (0-1-0)0000
Three Stars
D. Dubnyk, G
0.00 GAA, 28 SV, 1.000 SV%
R. Suter, D
1 G, 10 Hits
J. Zucker, LW
1 G, 1 Hit
Team Stats Comparison
Shots on Goal3628
Faceoffs Won-Lost23-2323-23
Penalty Minutes6:0016:00
Power Plays Converted
Power Play Opportunities83
Time on Attack7:198:18
Scoring Summary
MIN3:56 R. Suter (1) (M. Dumba, Z. Parise)
MIN11:32 G. Pateryn (1) (G. Olofsson, L. Kunin)
MIN8:19 J. Zucker (1) (N. Niederreiter, J. Brodin)
Minnesota Wild - Goalies
D. Dubnyk2828100%0.00
Minnesota Wild - Skaters
J. Brodin21:341+22
J. Brown10:18
C. Coyle10:132
M. Dumba23:481+122:00
E. Fehr8:53+1
M. Foligno9:5922:00
M. Granlund18:0572:00
M. Hendricks8:32+1
M. Koivu19:27+11
L. Kunin7:551+1
N. Niederreiter19:361+22
G. Olofsson11:311+1
Z. Parise14:501+12
G. Pateryn13:081+12
J. Spurgeon23:552
E. Staal23:09+13
R. Suter27:001+12
J. Zucker22:151+17
Colorado Avalanche - Goalies
S. Varlamov363392%3.00
Colorado Avalanche - Skaters
A. Andrighetto14:271
T. Barrie17:32-1
M. Calvert10:5922:00
I. Cole24:09-22
J. Compher12:36-1
S. Girard16:241
E. Johnson21:20-14:00
T. Jost14:173
V. Kamenev13:07-21
A. Kerfoot13:34-224:00
G. Landeskog16:505
N. MacKinnon17:3922:00
P. Nemeth17:41-11
M. Nieto10:43-23
M. Rantanen2:48
C. Soderberg17:162
C. Wilson19:53-132:00
N. Zadorov22:45-22:00
Dynasty: Reiny09
Sunday, September 16, 2018
09:07 PM - September 16, 2018. Written by c.morecake2304
Private Hampton University and public Norfolk State University are both located in the Hampton Roads region of coastal Virginia. The two schools are located, respectively, in Hampton, Virginia and Norfolk, Virginia, across the James River from each other. As the name of the rivalry suggests, the James River empties into the Chesapeake Bay just downstream.

Hampton and Norfolk State are both members of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in the FCS. The football series began in 1963 and has been played a total of 54 times as of 2017.
Dynasty: c.morecake2304
01:45 AM - September 16, 2018. Written by c.morecake2304
NORFOLK, Va. — Another game against a Division I FCS opponent and the first matchup with in-state foe William & Mary in 23 years highlight the 2018 Norfolk State football schedule, which was announced Wednesday.

NSU opens the season with the annual Labor Day Classic on Saturday, Aug. 30, against BYU. Kick-off time is 6 p.m. at William “Dick” Price Stadium.

The Spartans play seven of their 12 games on the road in 2018, including a date at the University of Appalachian State on Sept. 21. It will be the Spartans' second consecutive season playing a Division I FBS (formerly I-A) opponent, after falling to Rutgers in 2017. The Wildcats of the Southeastern Conference enjoyed a stellar season in 2017, finishing 8-5 with wins over Louisville, Florida State and eventual national champion LSU.

“Appalachian State is a great challenge for us,” NSU head coach corey ashby said. “Our players love the competition, playing against a top team like that. It will certainly make us grow up fast. But if we play hard like we did at Rutgers last year, it can be a real positive for us.”

After opening MEAC play in a home contest with Hampton on Sept. 13, the Spartans travel a short distance up Interstate 64 to face William & Mary of the Colonial Athletic Association on Oct. 20 in the beginning of a home-and-home series. The two teams have met just twice previously, with the Tribe winning both. The two previous games, which occurred in 1977 and 1985, both came while NSU was in Division II. W&M is scheduled to return to Dick Price Stadium in 2019.

“I'm really happy we could make the William & Mary game happen, and it's my hope that we can make this into a long-term series,” Corey said.

The W&M game is the first of a four-game road stretch for the Spartans. NSU plays at Bethune-Cookman on Sept. 27, and after a bye week, plays at South Carolina State on Oct. 11 and at Hampton on Oct. 18.

The Spartans play their homecoming game on Oct. 25 against Florida A&M at Dick Price Stadium.

The four-game November slate starts with a road game at Howard on Nov. 1. The Spartans close out their home schedule with matchups against Morgan State on Nov. 8 and Delaware State on Nov. 15, before ending the year on the road at Jackson State on Nov. 22. Jackson st, the newest MEAC member, will again play a full conference slate in 2018, but its games will not count toward the conference standings.
Dynasty: c.morecake2304
Saturday, September 15, 2018
Starting a Blog and Season for my 2018 Titans! Madden 2018, All-Pro, using Armour and Sword's excellent sliders with a few tweaks for my play style. I play Defensive Camera, no switch, typically a D-Lineman or LB. I control QB Offense, Passing, Run After Catch and Rushing. CPU Catch and no switching.

Here Goes

Titans start off the season 1-0 after a very impressive all-around team performance on the Road in Miami. After falling down by 7 early when Miami would march down the field to score opening the game; the Titans bounced back for a strong performance on both Offense and Defense. The team road Derrick Henry with 30 carries and 160+ yards on the Ground plus a TD. Midway through the 4th Quarter with the Dolphins closing in to score on a drive that would have made things interesting, Kenny Vacarro came up huge with a Pick in the Endzone of a Tannehill pass to save the day. The Titans would add 2 more field goals behind strong late game running from Henry to seal the victory.

Kenny Vacarro Makes Big INT Late in Game to Secure Win! (Above)

Tennessee Titans at Miami Dolphins
Sep 8, 20181ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Tennessee Titans (1-0)0147627
Miami Dolphins (0-1)707014
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense339325
Rushing Yards17142
Passing Yards168283
First Downs1913
Punt Return Yards1716
Kick Return Yards034
Total Yards356375
3rd Down Conversion73
4th Down Conversion11
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals75100
Posession Time24:0411:56
Tennessee Titans
Marcus Mariota21/2820120
Derrick Henry301685.61
Dion Lewis362.0
Marcus Mariota3-3-1.0
Corey Davis88710.91
Delanie Walker56713.41
Dion Lewis4246.0
Derrick Henry2105.0
Rishard Matthews166.0
Jalston Fowler177.0
Ben Jones1
Josh Kline2
Rashaan Evans4
Aaron Wallace62
Malcolm Butler6
Kevin Byard4
Logan Ryan1
Adoree Jackson2
Kenny Vaccaro21
Brian Orakpo2
Wesley Woodyard2
Will Compton1
Jayon Brown1
Ryan Succop2/23/3944
Brett Kern419147.82
Adoree Jackson2178.5
Miami Dolphins
Ryan Tannehill21/3328811
Kenyan Drake9252.81
Frank Gore3144.7
Ryan Tannehill231.5
Mike Gesicki7598.4
Kenny Stills39130.31
DeVante Parker3268.7
A.J. Derby23015
Danny Amendola22512.5
Gavin Escobar22412
Kenyan Drake11616
Albert Wilson11717
JaWuan James2
Raekwon McMillan5
Stephone Anthony71
Reshad Jones3
Tony Lippett4
William Hayes5.5
Jordan Phillips32
Davon Godchaux1.5
Minkah Fitzpatrick4
Cameron Wake1
Xavien Howard2
Kiko Alonso21
Cordrea Tankersley2
Robert Quinn1
Cornell Armstrong1
Blair Walsh0/02/22
Matt Haack317458.01
Jakeem Grant12020
Albert Wilson11414
Danny Amendola2168.0
Dynasty: davidan
Friday, September 14, 2018
10:31 PM - September 14, 2018. Written by GangGang50394
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