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Thursday, October 19, 2017
07:41 PM - October 19, 2017. Written by korndogg8323
Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Indians
Sep 28, 2017123456789RHE
Minnesota (82-77)000000001160
Cleveland (103-56)04300000X790
W: Mike Clevinger (7-2) L: Hector Santiago (8-13)
Scoring Summary
SCORING DETAILSMINCLE
CLE2Diaz singled to center. Lindor scored.01
CLE2Gomes homered to left. Diaz and Ramirez scored.04
CLE3C. Santana singled down the left field line. Almonte and Guyer scored. Encarnacion to third.06
CLE3Lindor singled to left. Encarnacion scored. C. Santana to second.07
MIN9Buxton singled to center. D. Santana scored.17
Minnesota Twins
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
BATTING:
2B: D. Santana (32)
RBI: Buxton (44)
GIDP: Kepler
Cleveland Indians
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
BATTING:
2B: Lindor (29)
HR: Gomes (11)
RBI: C. Santana 2 (85), Lindor (42), Diaz (56), Gomes 3 (42)
HBP: Encarnacion (by Santiago), Urshela (by Pressly)
GIDP: Diaz
BASERUNNING:
SB: Lindor (4)
Minnesota Twins
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Santiago (L, 8-13)2.06770215.12
Haley5.03000203.43
Pressly1.00000102.96
TEAM TOTALS8.0977051
PITCHING:
HBP: Santiago, Pressly
Cleveland Indians
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Clevinger (W, 7-2)8.06110903.26
Goody1.00000206.75
TEAM TOTALS9.06110110
Dynasty: korndogg8323
10:41 AM - October 19, 2017. Written by C1Man1
#16 Temple to Face Tulane


Temple travels to Tulane this weekend to face the Green Wave. Temple will need to stop an aerial attack and establish the ground game to become bowl eligible.

Matchup Preview *|* October 20, 2018
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#16 Temple Owls
(5-1 (2-1), 2-0 Away)
Tulane Green Wave
(2-4 (1-2), 1-2 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
2743Total Yards3331
2405Total Offensive Yards2614
1370Passing Yards1828
1035Rushing Yards786
29.3Points Per Game25.8
11Passing TD14
9Rushing TD4
127First Downs122
29Red Zone Attempts19
18-10Red Zone TD-FG9-5
96Red Zone Percentage73
Defensive Stats Comparison
2199Total Yards Allowed2735
1313Passing Yards Allowed1090
886Rushing Yards Allowed1645
128Points Allowed187
18Sacks9
3Fumble Recoveries2
5Interceptions8
21Red Zone Attempts23
14-2Red Zone TD-FG14-3
76Red Zone Percentage73
Injury Report

A. Christian (Torn Shoulder)
2 W

A. Hardin (Strained Shouler)
1 W
Game Notes
Game time is 1:00 PM
Mercedes-Benz Stadium is ranked 86th toughest place to play
Average attendance is 18,478
Tulane is 349-290-31 all time at home
Tulane is currently on a 1 game home losing streak
Dynasty: C1Man1
10:28 AM - October 19, 2017. Written by C1Man1
Top Stories


#1 Alabama upset by Arkansas 28-37
#3 Cal falls to Oregon State 31-34
BCS Rankings come out and Miami is out on top, followed by Oregon

BCS Rankings


NCAA Football Rankings - BCS Rankings - Updated: Oct 14, 2018
RKTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
1Miami701.000
2Oregon700.995
3Ohio State600.989
4TCU500.981
5South Carolina700.981
6Wisconsin510.974
7Alabama510.968
8Pittsburgh510.957
9Notre Dame610.950
10Oklahoma510.945
11Arkansas520.944
12Florida520.934
13California610.928
14Clemson420.927
15Michigan State510.921
16Temple510.910
17Ole Miss620.898
18Mississippi State520.876
19Texas510.862
20Oregon State520.861
21Auburn520.858
22Kentucky430.837
23Utah420.834
24Boston College510.834
25Iowa320.828


Heisman Watch


Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 14, 2018
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Darius JonsonHBFlorida
Tyson TimmonsHBSouth Carolina
Antone WatsonHBMiami
Victor WilliamsHBWisconsin
Jimmy GreenHBOregon
Dynasty: C1Man1
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
07:55 PM - October 17, 2017. Written by C1Man1
#15 Temple Survives Memphis


Junior Marcus Charles had ice in his veins, as he kicked the game winning field goal as time expired to win the game for Temple. After being iced 3 times, Charles put the ball through the uprights and was carried off the field (Disclaimer: I had to actually control the kicking, as there was no other way. It was my first time seeing the kicking meter actually all iced up, so that was pretty cool.)

The game went back and forth many times, as Temple once again saw a hurry up, read option offense that they struggled with. Temple's defense struggled to stop the attack, giving up many long runs. On Memphis' last drive, the defense held their ground and forced a punt. With a little over 1 minute left and armed with 3 timeouts, Temple drove down the field, with Baker running twice up the middle in the red zone to line up the kick for Charles to kick the winning field goal.

Temple Owls at Memphis Tigers
Oct 13, 20181ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
#15 Temple Owls (4-1 (1-1))01701027
Memphis Tigers (2-3 (2-0))0107724
Team Stats Comparison
TEMMEM
Total Offense483401
Rushing Yards198153
Passing Yards285248
First Downs2517
Punt Return Yards3236
Kick Return Yards054
Total Yards515491
Turnovers01
3rd Down Conversion7-157-14
4th Down Conversion1-20-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals3/22/1
Penalties1-152-18
Possession Time22:0713:53
Scoring Summary
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGTEMMEM
7:52(TEM) TD Tem: C. McCutcheon, 11 Yd pass from L. O'Donnell (M. Charles kick)70
6:23(MEM) FG Mem: B. Williamson, 39 Yd FG73
2:11(TEM) FG Tem: M. Charles, 23 Yd FG103
1:04(MEM) TD Mem: K. Perez, 14 Yd pass from J. Coleman (B. Williamson kick)1010
0:00(TEM) TD Tem: J. Young, 8 Yd pass from L. O'Donnell (M. Charles kick)1710
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGTEMMEM
5:05(MEM) TD Mem: S. Jackson, 43 Yd pass from J. Bush (B. Williamson kick)1717
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGTEMMEM
8:55(MEM) TD Mem: J. Bush, 14 Yd run, (B. Williamson kick)1724
6:27(TEM) TD Tem: J. Young, 8 Yd pas from L. O'Donnell (M. Charles kick)2424
0:00(TEM) FG Tem: M. Charles 33 Yd FG2724
Temple Owls
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
L. O'Donnell27-3528530
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
D. Baker301605.30
L. O'Donnell11191.70
W. Brooks5193.80
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
J. Young1316212.42
I. Doucette5479.40
C. McCutcheon44310.71
R. Williams33411.30
D. Baker1-4-4.00
G. Joseph133.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
D. Harvey20
A. Reese20
N. Vaughn01
M. Horne01
A. Blankenship01
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
E. Roberts82.000
C. Johnson71.000
M. Warren7000
M. Sanders6000
A. Coleman5000
L. Holt51.000
J. Pleasant4000
G. Rankin3000
J. Stratton21.000
J. Harrison2000
B. Smith1000
C. Spencer1000
L. Johnson1000
R. Smith1000
M. McFadden1000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
M. Charles2/23/3934
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
T. Wade520040.00
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
J. Pleasant0000
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
J. Pleasant33210.60
Memphis Tigers
Dynasty: C1Man1
02:51 PM - October 17, 2017. Written by C1Man1
#15 Temple Looking to Bounce Back Against Memphis


Temple is looking to get back to their winning ways against Memphis. With a weak rushing defense, Darius Baker is hoping to exploit that weakness and have a big day.

Matchup Preview *|* October 13, 2018
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#15 Temple Owls
(4-1 (1-1), 1-0 Away)
Memphis Tigers
(2-3 (2-0), 1-1 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
2228Total Yards2527
1922Total Offensive Yards1783
1085Passing Yards933
837Rushing Yards850
29.8Points Per Game19.0
8Passing TD9
9Rushing TD3
102First Downs97
24Red Zone Attempts15
15-8Red Zone TD-FG6-4
95Red Zone Percentage66
Defensive Stats Comparison
1798Total Yards Allowed2218
1065Passing Yards Allowed904
733Rushing Yards Allowed1314
104Points Allowed197
13Sacks6
2Fumble Recoveries0
5Interceptions5
17Red Zone Attempts31
12-1Red Zone TD-FG18-4
76Red Zone Percentage70
Injury Report

Erik Warren (Pulled Hamstring)
1 W

J. Brooks (Broken Hand)
3 W
Game Notes
Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM
Game is regionally televised
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
Ranked 96th toughest place to play
Average attendance: 17,082
Memphis is 190-162-7 all time at the Liberty Bowl
Currently on a 1 game winning streak
Dynasty: C1Man1
02:39 PM - October 17, 2017. Written by C1Man1
Head Coaches in Jeopardy of Losing Their Jobs

Todd Monken, Old Dominion
Tony Peterson, Troy
David Gibbs, Kansas
Larry Fedora, North Carolina
Kurt Roper, Utah State
Todd Graham, Arizona State
Rod Carey, Nevada
Kliff Kingsbury, South Alabama
Bill Clark, UAB
Curtis Irvin, UMass
Tommy Tuberville, Cincinnati
Jimbo Fisher, Florida State
Kevin Sumlin, Texas A&M
Joe Wickline, NC State
Dynasty: C1Man1
02:35 PM - October 17, 2017. Written by C1Man1
Realignment Talks Heating Up


The Big 12 is hoping to be the big mover in the next realignment. They are looking to expand to 14 and be on level footing with the Big 10, SEC, and ACC. Rumors have it BYU and Cincinnati could be the first 2 selected, with 2 others still being considered. Possible candidates are USF, UCF, Memphis, Tulsa, Southern Miss, New Mexico, or Utah State.

The ACC hasn't stayed quiet, though. They are considering the possibility of being the first conference to go to 16 teams, and thus forming a "super conference". It is rumored they are looking at UConn, ECU, USF, UCF, and possibly Memphis.

The SEC has stated they are content with 14 members, along with the Big Ten, are neither are looking to respond.

The Pac 12 has stated they may look into expanding to 14 at some point, but they are not looking for candidates at the moment.

If realignment does occur, changes wouldn't take affect until the 2020 season.

Mid Year Heisman Watch


Heisman Watch - Updated: Oct 7, 2018
NAMEPOSSCHOOLSEASON STATS
Tyson TimmonsHBSouth Carolina126 Rush 825 Yds, 14 TDs
Victor WilliamsHBWisconsin129 Rush 863 Yds, 10 TDs
Clayton WeddleQBWyoming109-169, 1350 Yds, 16 TDs
Kennan BensonWRCal8 Catches, 72 Yds, 0 TD
Jimmy GreenHBOregon151 Rush, 926 Yds, 6 TDs


Stats Leaders


NCAA Football Leaders - Updated: Jan 1,
PassingYdsRushingYds
1. B. Parker BYU21441. T. Carter Vandy1017
2. J. Wilcox Tulane15902. C. Waters Hawai'i975
3. R. Miller CMU15633. J. Green Oregon926
4. Z. Britt SDSU15544. G. Sutton Miss. St.889
5. L. Marshall Cal15355. V. Langford Nevada885
ReceivingYdsTacklesSOLO
1. J. Wright UTEP7741. M. Brown Vandy30
2. D. Avery Texas7692. M. Sanders Temple29
3. E. Hill CMU7503. B. Sanders Syracuse27
4. S. Clarke BYU7334. R. Daily Louisville27
5. B. Kirby Rice7275. M. Shaw Kentucky27
SacksInterceptionsINT
1. J. Brown North Carolina6.51. J. Manning Vandy9
2. B. Watkins Louisville6.52. P. Randall Buffalo5
3. R. Daily Louisville6.53. Z. Pitts Louisville5
4. L. Ferguson West Virginia6.04. A. Carter Georgia St.5
5. D. Williams Clemson6.05. J. Williams Northern Illinois5
KickingLONG
1. R. O'Donnell ALabama561.
2. A. Jefferson Georgia552.
3. K. Jackson Iowa St.543.
4. M. Lloyd San Jose State544.
5. K. Gore Texas A&M545.
Dynasty: C1Man1
01:47 PM - October 17, 2017. Written by C1Man1
Top Stories


#2 Notre Dame falls to Michigan State in the Battle for the Megaphone, 38-14
#9 Temple falls to Houston, 24-28

Top 25 Scoreboard


Results
#2 Notre Dame 14 - Michigan State 38
#3 Miami 34 - Florida State 28 (OT)
#4 TCU 39 - Iowa State 34
#5 California 48 - FIU 41
#6 Oregon 28 - Stanford 21
#7 Ohio State 34 - Purdue 13
#8 Wisconsin 45 - Maryland 28
#9 Temple 24 - Houston 28
#11 Pittsburgh 51 - North Carolina 45 (OT)
#12 Ole Miss 24 - #20 Auburn 27
#13 Georgia 12 - Mississippi State 28
#14 Arkansas 14 - #16 South Carolina 42
#15 Utah 33 - Washington State 35
#17 Clemson 31 - #21 Louisville 28 (OT)
#18 Nebraska 16 - Penn State 42
#19 Florida 24 - Vanderbilt 7
#22 Michigan 14 - #23 Rutgers 17
#24 Texas 31 - Fresno State 17
#25 UCF 23 - SMU 35


AP Top 25


NCAA Football Rankings - AP Top 25 - Updated: Oct 7, 2018
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)WLPOINTS
11Alabama (33)501497
23 Miami (21)601425
35California (5)601324
46Oregon (1)601288
54TCU (1)401279
67Ohio State501253
78Wisconsin511015
816South Carolina601000
910Oklahoma41937
1011Pittsburgh41899
112Notre Dame51892
1217Clemson42675
1320Auburn51661
1419Florida42586
159Temple41585
1612Ole Miss52579
1713Georgia42484
1814Arkansas42482
1923Rutgers41445
20--Michigan State41438
21--Mississippi State52438
2224Texas51383
2321Louisville42262
24--Iowa31250
2515Utah41185


Dropped Out

Nebraska (18), Michigan (22), UCF (25)
Dynasty: C1Man1
Monday, October 16, 2017
10:15 PM - October 16, 2017. Written by korndogg8323
Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Indians
Sep 27, 2017123456789RHE
Minnesota (82-76)000001000140
Cleveland (102-56)00030001X490
W: Danny Salazar (12-5) L: Kyle Gibson (14-8) S: Cody Allen (45)
Scoring Summary
SCORING DETAILSMINCLE
CLE4Lindor singled to right. Kipnis scored. Encarnacion to second.01
CLE4Ramirez singled to first. Encarnacion scored. Lindor to third. Chisenhall to second.02
CLE4Zimmer singled to short. Lindor scored. Chisenhall to third. Ramirez to second.03
MIN6Sano hit a sacrifice fly to left center. D. Santana scored.13
CLE8Lindor singled to center. C. Santana scored. Encarnacion to second.14
Minnesota Twins
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
BATTING:
RBI: Sano (79)
HBP: Dozier (by Salazar)
SF: Sano
BASERUNNING:
CS: Rosario (9)
Cleveland Indians
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
BATTING:
2B: C. Santana (26)
RBI: Zimmer (5), Lindor 2 (41), Ramirez (46)
GIDP: Chisenhall, Ramirez
BASERUNNING:
SB: Kipnis (12)
CS: Lindor (7)
Picked Off: Brantley (by Mejia)
Minnesota Twins
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Gibson (L, 14-8)3.16332003.13
Mejia3.21001204.04
Pressly1.02110003.09
TEAM TOTALS8.0944320
Cleveland Indians
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Salazar (W, 12-5)7.041111202.46
Miller (H, 25)1.00000200.89
Allen (S, 45)1.00000101.84
TEAM TOTALS9.04111150
PITCHING:
HBP: Salazar
Dynasty: korndogg8323
05:44 PM - October 16, 2017. Written by LetBaalPlead
Bleed Red Radio

Dan Scott: Welcome to Bleed Red Radio's first show. I'm your host, Dan Scott, here with me is my co-host, Paul Richards. For our first show, we will just be discussing our expectation and predictions for the Bulls this season as well as other NBA teams.

Paul Richards: Why don't we get underway then, shall we? Let's go ahead and discuss the situation in Chicago. We are obviously in rebuilding mode, expecting to get a top pick in this year's draft. I think the two issues that will be addressed is what to do with both Robin Lopez and Nikola Mirotic. Lopez could be used as trade bait for a mid-level team for some young players, as well as to dump off his 2-year $28.15 million deal. Mirotic, on the other hand, needs to be dealt with in order to give more playing time for Bobby Portis and rookie Lauri Markkanen. He would be excellent for a contending team in need of a stretch 4.

Dan: Right, I can't wait to see Lauri on the floor this year,
he is my sleeper pick for rookie of the year actually.

Paul: Really?

Dan: Oh yes, Markkanen is a well-developed rookie. He was absolutely fantastic at Arizona as a freshman. I'd actually compare him to Dirk Nowitzki.

Paul: Hm, I think Lonzo Ball for the Lakers will be this year's rookie of the year. But let's go ahead and look at the schedule for the Bulls for the first week of October. We will be playing at Toronto and vs. San Antonio for our first two games. What do you think about the two matchups, Dan?

Dan: Definitely a touch opening week for us, we do not have the backcourt to handle both DeRozen and Lowry, nor do we have the frontcourt to deal with LaMarcus Aldridge and Pau Gasol, not to mention Kawhi Leonard. We will most likely begin 0-2 to start the season. We will be having a tough first month since we do not have Zach LaVine, as he is expected to miss the first 2-4 weeks with a broken kneecap, nor will we have Cameron Payne for 4-6 weeks with a broken foot.

Paul: Oh that's right. We will be running with Kris Dunn as our starting point guard, unfortunately. Finally, we will end with the Bulls' depth chart and we will return after the first week of the NBA season, thank you, and don't forget, we all bleed red. This is Paul and Dan signing off.

Chicago Bulls Depth Chart - 2017-2018
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
PGZach LaVineKris DunnJerian GrantCameron Payne
SGJustin HolidayDenzel ValentineDavid Nwaba
SFPaul ZipserQuincy Pondexter
PFNikola MiroticBobby PortisLauri Markannen
CRobin LopezCristiano FelicioDiamond Stone
Dynasty: LetBaalPlead
05:19 PM - October 16, 2017. Written by tubaSimulator
San Antonio Get Their QB; WR's Fly Off the Board
On day 2 it was the Wide Receivers who were flying off the board. With a deep and skillful class, many NFL teams were looking for an upgrade and the landslide of receiver talent started with the 49ers grabbing Luke Sullivan (Auburn) who slipped out of 1st round and down to #37. The two New York teams immediately followed, the Giants grabbing Trey Garza (USC) at #38 and the Jets picking Gabriel Rolle (Penn State) at #39. A total of 9 WR’s were picked in the 2nd round, Miami getting the last after trading places with Atlanta who had moved up to get TE Carlos Rubio ( TCU). The Dolphins selected their second rookie out of Miami University, WR Dawson Staley.

The 2nd round started off as many expected with the Express selecting a QB, but they passed on James Cave and got the their 2nd pick from Texas A&M with Jackson Mix. James Cave instead went to San Diego who’s planning for a future without Philip Rivers.

The lack of talent at MLB had Jacksonville use their first pick of the day to select Antjuan Heyward-Bey (Massachusetts) before Cleveland went with CB Cory Clayton (Miami) at #36.

The first HB was finally taken by Minnesota Vikings at #62 and it was Shariff Cromartie who was first off the board as expected. As mentioned, this HB class looks rather weak and it allowed HB Denard Dyikes (Stanford), projected to go in the 2nd round, and Malik Silvers (Oklahoma) and Lynn Reece (William & Mary), projected to go in the 3rd, to go undrafted. All three could be good options for the Express who open round 4 tomorrow.

Round 3 started the same as round 2 ended, with the Express picking CB Ladarris Braxton (Mississippi St.) on top of the 3rd right after the Steelers grabbed CB Derek Aikens (Tennessee). This was also where the Broncos had their 2nd and final pick of the 2017 draft (unless they trade back in) and they elected to go with WR Sylvester Goodwell (Buffalo). The Broncos have done a good job in free agency – although a lot of fans have been critical of the Elway’s willingness to trade away draft picks for players – and don’t have many needs on their roster so adding another weapon to develop behind D.Thomas and E.Sanders looks like a decent solution.

A few teams decided to dip into the 4th round projections as well to find their guy, the most interesting one being the Kansas City Chiefs drafting OLB Kevin Griffen from TCU. Griffen was suspended for not showing up for team activities at TCU and his draft stock might have taken a hit because of it. If the Chiefs don’t experience any disciplinary problems with Griffen, he might have been a steal in the 3rd round rather than a reach.
Dynasty: tubaSimulator
05:13 PM - October 16, 2017. Written by tubaSimulator
Will Round 2 Bring a WR Landslide?
If they gambled on getting a QB on top of the 2nd round, the gamble seems to have paid off for the Express with James Cave slipping out of 1st round last night and Jackson Mix from Texas A&M sitting on top of the 2nd. They created lots of excitement in San Antonio by selecting a kid from Texas A&M with the 1st overall pick in the draft and the question is whether they think Mix is a better QB than James Cave or the better marketing strategy.

Either way, at least one QB could fall to the Jets at #7 as both Jacksonville (#3) and Cleveland (#4) already got their QB’s last night and we don’t expect the Chargers (#2) or the Giants (#6) to be in the QB market at this time. Someone should at least pick up these two QB’s before they disappear off the board as we might not get another QB pick until the 4th round.

The start of the 2nd round should also see the ‘next tier’ of CB’s go off the board as well with the top ranked HB, Shariff Cromartie (Ohio State) going first in a deep HB class that lacks that 1st round/top 10 guy. Might be a good option for the Jets, who lost both Matt Forte and Bilal Powel this offseason.

We should also see the first MLB go off the board with Antjuan Heyward-Bey (Massachusetts) projected to go first of 3 possible 2nd round picks at the position.

4 WR's were drafted on day 1 and day 2 could see many more fly off the board. The WR class is deep and our experts predict we could see as many as 10-15 WR's finding their next club on day 2.
Dynasty: tubaSimulator
09:37 AM - October 16, 2017. Written by tubaSimulator
Many of us had QB Dillon Reece going #1 overall but instead the Express got their home crowd going by selecting a highly rated linebacker out of Texas A&M.

San Antonio: Maybe the Express are happy with RGIII or maybe they have a different QB on top of their wish list but either way, the Express secured themselves a pass rusher they hope can have an immediate impact and be a guy they can build their defense around. Rashad Herndon certainly has the skills to get to the QB; he's deceptively fast and can beat a blocker with every pass rushing move in the book. He needs to develop an NFL understanding of reading an offense, but Herndon is a safe pick who we expect will have an immediate impact.

As we predicted, the Chargers couldn’t pass on the opportunity to draft one of the top 2 OT prospects in this year’s draft and got a good one in Julius Kendall out of USC. The Jaguars pulled of the surprise of the evening when they went for QB Dillon Reece at #3, bringing in competition for Blake Bortles who threw for 4,050 yards last season but also threw as many picks as touchdowns and only lead the Jags to 4 wins.

At #4, the Cleveland Browns also chose to go QB. That’s the 5th time the Browns pick a QB in the first round since Tim Couch was selected in 1999. Cody Kessler had a decent rookie year but the Browns felt they couldn’t pass up on the opportunity to get a guy like Eric Stanford out of Oklahoma.

The projected 1st overall pick, WR Kareem Bowie (Oregon), fell to the New York Giants at #6 after the 49ers picked up OLB Joseph Hill (Florida State). The Jets added a DT with their 7th overall pick by selecting Cecil Reinhart (Tennessee). Many had Angelo al-Jabbar (Oklahoma) as the top DT prospect in the draft, while others didn’t feel comfortable with him because of his pro day. Al-Jabbar instead fell to the Buccaneers at #10 after back-to-back OT picks with Oakland picking Dwight Curran (Texas A&M) at #8 and Detroit selecting Norman Posey (Penn State) at #9.

Cleveland’s 2nd pick of the day came at #16 and they elected to go pass rusher with OLB Tavarius Clement (UCLA). He should fit their defense and could be an immediate upgrade. Miami decided to go local at #19, selecting OG Sherwin Vance out of Miami University before the Bengals rounded out the top 20 by selecting DE Brandon Bridgewater out of Pittsburgh with DE Bram Milner, projected to go 9th overall, still on the board.

The third QB went to Houston at #23 when they selected Chase Youngblood out of USC before we finally hit on our 2nd mock draft pick when Baltimore, looking for a replacement for Steve Smith Sr. who retired, went with WR Gabriel Dantzler from Nebraska.

We also had Denver selecting a QB in the first round for the 2nd year in a row, but picked the wrong QB. Last year’s 1st rounder Paxton Lynch out of Michigan couldn’t beat Trevor Siemian in training camp and the former 7th round pick got the start. He looked decent last year and lead the Broncos to the playoffs, but without too many positions in need of upgrade for the Broncos, they felt they could get a possible franchise QB with Nick Koutouvides from USC.

In our mock draft, we had Buffalo reaching into the 2nd round to get the top C of the draft, Gary Sulak (Wisconsin) – and they did.

Then we had the Vikings doing the same, reaching into the 2nd round to get the top C left in the draft, DeMarco Elliott from Stanford. And they did.

DE Bram Milner, projected to go in the top 10, had been sitting patiently in the green room all day without being picked but finally him and his family could breathe a sigh of relief when Atlanta selected him with the #31 pick. That’s great value for the Falcons.

To close out the evening, the Super Bowl champions Pittsburgh Steelers, in need of a replacement for James Harrison, clearly read our mock draft, thought we had the right guy and followed our advice by selecting OLB Kevin George (Texas).

Three players projected to go in the first were not selected but are expected to go early in the 2nd round. WR Luke Sullivan (Auburn) was projected to go 18th, while QB James Cave (Ole Miss) and WR Gabriel Rolle (Penn State) were ranked #31 and #32 but seeing as neither the Steelers nor the Falcons were in need of a WR or QB it was always likely they would slip out of the 1st round.

Mock Draft Result: 5.5/32*
*We're gonna give ourselves half a point for predicting a QB to Denver even though we got the wrong guy!

2017 NFL Draft – Round 1
PickTeamPlayerCollegePosHtWt
1SATRashad HerndonTexas A&MOLB6'3''257
2SDJulius KendallUSCOT6’6’’306
3JAXDillon ReeceMichigan St.QB6’6’’228
4CLEEric StanfordOklahomaQB6’5’’232
5SFJoseph HillPenn StateOLB6’1’’235
6NYGKareem BowieOregonWR5’11’’202
7NYJCecil ReinhartTennesseeDT6’1’’305
8OAKDwight CurranTexas A&MOT6’6’’326
9DETNorman PoseyPenn StateOT6’5’’306
10TBAngelo al-JabbarOklahomaDT6'3''302
11NODemontray ParmeleFloridaCB5’10’’194
12CHIDeMarcus ForbesUCLACB6’4’’212
13INDCurtis TantTexas A&MOG6’4’’341
14ARIMalcolm LuzarWisconsinOT6’5’’308
15WASPrennis SewardUCLADT6'3''313
16CLE(1)Tavarius ClementUCLAOLB6’5’’252
17TENMalcolm EdmondsOklahomaOLB6’1’’241
18GBJacob StaatAlabamaOG6'3''314
19MIASherwin Vance HerndonMiamiOG6’4’’308
20CINBrandon BridgewaterPittsburghDE6’7’’310
21DALMontrey SowellWisconsinWR5’11’’190
22KCTavarus SayersLSUDE6’7’’296
23HOUChase YoungbloodUSCQB6'3''235
24SEACory RoanPenn StateOT6’6’’308
25TEN(2)Rashaun BlackwellNebraskaFS6’0’’195
26BALGabriel DantzlerNebraskaWR6’4’’221
27CARJeffrey GruderTexas A&MWR5’10’’198
28DENNick KoutouvidesUSCQB6’6’’235
29BUFGary SulakWisconsinOC6’4’’292
30MINDeMarco ElliottStanfordOC6’2’’309
31ATLBram MilnerFlorida StateDE6’5’’266
32PITKevin GeorgeTexasOLB6’4’’241

(1)From Philadelphia
(2) From Los Angeles
Dynasty: tubaSimulator
Sunday, October 15, 2017
03:52 PM - October 15, 2017. Written by korndogg8323
Cleveland Indians at Seattle Mariners
Sep 24, 2017123456789RHE
Cleveland (100-56)2010140008131
Seattle (79-77)000000110290
W: Corey Kluber (13-13) L: Felix Hernandez (8-15)
Scoring Summary
SCORING DETAILSCLESEA
CLE1Kipnis homered to right. Brantley scored.20
CLE3Lindor grounded into fielder's choice. Almonte scored. Kipnis to third.30
CLE5Encarnacion singled to left. Brantley scored. Almonte to third.40
CLE6Gomes reached on a fielder's choice. Santana scored. Chisenhall to third.50
CLE6Brantley doubled to left center. Chisenhall scored. Gomes to third.60
CLE6Almonte singled to center. Gomes and Brantley scored.80
SEA7Freeman singled to right. Beckham scored.81
SEA8Cano hit a sacrifice fly to left. Ruiz scored.82
Cleveland Indians
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
BATTING:
2B: Brantley (25)
HR: Kipnis (14)
RBI: Encarnacion (109), Lindor (39), Gomes (39), Kipnis 2 (45), Almonte 2 (50), Brantley (42)
HBP: Encarnacion (by Hernandez)
GIDP: Lindor
BASERUNNING:
SB: Brantley (18)
CS: Ramirez (11)
Picked Off: Almonte (by Overton)
FIELDING:
E: Jackson (1)
Seattle Mariners
HITTERSABRHRBIBBSOHRAVG
BATTING:
2B: Seager (34)
RBI: Cano (86), Freeman (38)
SF: Cano
GIDP: Motter
Cleveland Indians
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Kluber (W, 13-13)7.061101002.18
Goody0.011000010.80
Crockett0.20000106.75
Armstrong1.12000003.18
TEAM TOTALS9.09210110
Seattle Mariners
PITCHERSIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Hernandez (L, 8-15)4.17441413.95
Overton3.26441206.47
Finn1.00000001.97
TEAM TOTALS9.01388261
PITCHING:
WP: Hernandez (3), Overton 2 (5)
HBP: Hernandez
Dynasty: korndogg8323
12:33 AM - October 15, 2017. Written by C1Man1
#9 Temple Upset by Houston


Temple once again struggled with a hurry up, read option option, as Houston ran the ball effectively. After taking the lead with 30 seconds left, Houston returned the ball out to their 45 yard line, and with 3 timeouts left, moved the ball down the field. A 3 yard scamper scored the go ahead touchdown with 3 seconds left, which sealed the game for Houston

Houston Cougars at Temple Owls
Oct 6, 20181ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Houston Cougars (4-1 (1-1))0771428
#9 Temple Owls (4-0 (1-0))0371424
Team Stats Comparison
HOUTEM
Total Offense390353
Rushing Yards134165
Passing Yards256188
First Downs2024
Punt Return Yards98
Kick Return Yards14567
Total Yards544428
Turnovers21
3rd Down Conversion3-79-16
4th Down Conversion0-11-3
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4/02/1
Penalties6-503-33
Possession Time11:2324:37
Scoring Summary
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGHOUTEM
7:28(HOU) TD Hou: B. Watson, 8 Yd pass from J. Bean (M. McKenzie kick)70
0:09(TEM) FG Tem: M. Charles, 35 Yd FG73
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGHOUTEM
2:34(HOU) TD Hou: B.Walker, 9 Yd pass from J. Bean (M. McKenzie kick)143
0:00(TEM) TD Tem: L. O'Donnell 9 Yd run (M. Charles kick)1410
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGHOUTEM
7:56(TEM) TD Tem: M. Warren, INT return 64 Yds (M. Charles kick)1417
4:06(HOU) TD Hou: J. Henry, 15 Yd pass from J. Bean (M. McKenzie kick)2117
0:30(TEM) TD Tem: W. Brooks 1 Yd run (M. Charles kick)2124
0:03(HOU) TD Hou: J. Foster 3 Yd run (M. McKenzie kick)2824
Houston Cougars
Temple Owls
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
L. O'Donnell20-2818800
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
D. Baker271003.70
L. O'Donnell21602.81
W. Brooks252.51
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
J. Young1212410.30
D. Baker2157.50
C. McCutcheon2126.00
G. Joseph22010.00
R. Williams11010.00
I. Doucette177.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
A. Reese20
M. Horne10
D. Harvey12
J. Davis01
A. Blankenship01
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
M. Warren7011
E. Roberts7100
A. Coleman6000
J. Pleasant5000
L. Holt5000
C. Johnson5000
S. Vaughn4000
M. Sanders3010
C. Spencer2000
J. Stratton1000
M. McFadden1000
S. Wilkinson1000
B. Smith1000
W. McIntosh1100
A. Reese1000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
M. Charles1-23-3635
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
T. Wade28341.50
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
A. Coleman24120.50
J. Pleasant12626.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
J. Pleasant188.00
Dynasty: C1Man1

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