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The Game lives up to the hype this year as (10-1) Michigan traveled to Columbus to take on (10-1) Ohio State for the right to take on Purdue in the B1G Championship. After a grueling battle that took 2 overtimes to decide, it was the Wolverines who stood victorious 36-33 in what was possibly the best game of the season.


The Las Vegas Raiders and the Denver Broncos both won their games Sunday, setting up a week 17 showdown to decide the AFC West. The Raiders toppled the Chiefs 24-14 and the Broncos survived the Jaguars 27-23.


As the final week of the regular season wraps up, teams turn their attention to the conference championships and bowl season. There are some solid match ups to look forward to with big implications.


The Detroit Lions and the Indianapolis Colts won this week, while the New England Patriots and the Minnesota Vikings took losses, all becoming 6-9 on the season.


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    [2020] Week #14 - Saturday Morning

    what the hell even is maryland
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    [2019] NFL Honors

    Most Valuable Player Offensive Player of the Year Defensive Player of the Year Coach of the Year Executive of the Year Offensive Rookie of the Year Defensive Rookie of the Year Comeback Player of the Year Pepsi Rookie of the Year Walter Payton Man of the Year
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    Central Michigan beat Iowa, who ran off Purdue, who beat Wisconsin, who blasted Michigan State, who had crushed Central Michigan way back in week 2. What even is this team? (But congrats on the bowl!) Maryland-Minnesota doesn't surprise me one bit, though. The Terps can beat anybody in the country. I'm just shocked that they scored 32 points on one offensive touchdown. The ACC is now the first conference with its CCG set. Pittsburgh will rematch with Clemson, who beat the Panthers 20-17 in Pittsburgh in week 3.
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    [2020] Week #14 - Saturday Morning

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    [2020] Week #14 - Saturday Morning

    What? How?
  6. 2 points

    [2019] NFL Honors

    Alien wins COTY after nearly going undefeated, but I can't win coach of the year when I do that
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    [2019] NFL Honors

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    Well it wasn't 80-0 thankfully. Not excited about a win-or-go-home against Wake. LLAMAS MY BOY YOU DID IT! BACK-TO-BACK FOR THE CHIPS! SAM THE GIANT SLAYER!
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    FKFMBaP Updates

    >concedes 3 goals >Still gets a 6.90 rating >wut
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    [2020] Week #14 - Saturday Morning

    #20 Boston College (7-3) at NC State (5-5)* Duke (4-5) at Miami (FL) (1-8)* #22 Pittsburgh (7-3) at North Carolina (3-7)* #24 Virginia (7-2) at Georgia Tech (4-5)* Notre Dame (3-6) at Charlotte (3-7) Iowa (4-6) at Central Michigan (5-5) Ohio (5-4) at Kent State (4-6)* #19 Vanderbilt (8-2) at Florida (3-6)* #10 Minnesota (8-1) at Maryland (4-5)*
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    Good win, you guys really are the giant slayers (not to imply we're giants, but I'd say this qualifies). INT for TD, Safety, and Kickoff Return for TD...not gonna win with those non-offensive scores. Poop. Also, Iowa, for losing to a MAC team, has been temporarily excommunicated from the B1G.
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    [2019] NFL Honors

    He was thanking our computer overlords
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    [2019] NFL Honors

    executive is not voted on
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    BOWL ELIGIBLE CHIPS, BITCHES!!! CMU to the Big Ten (I mean, we've beaten as many Big Ten teams as Michigan )
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    Congrats to Central Michigan and Ohio on attaining bowl eligibility! Also Maryland... I don't even know, man.
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    Maryland having the craziest fucking season man.
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    Franz Kafka

    FKFMBaP Updates

    Franz Kafka's Football Manager Be a Pro Updates Update 6 - June 12, 2014 Dean Ambrose, ST - Minnesota United Dean is red hot for Minnesota. He's appeared in five league games this season, scoring three goals and winning a MotM award. He's already surpassed his 2013 goal total. Value change: $6.5k -> $8.75k Serge Bodiong, LM - Saint-Etienne Serge is still out for a few weeks with his leg injury. Value change: $400k -> $450k John Campbell, ST - Wilmington Hammerheads Campbell is a starting force for Wilmington this season - nine starts and two goals in league play. Value change: $650 -> $975 Paul Causter, GK - Manchester City Imposter has officially appeared in the Premier League! Let's not mention that he conceded three goals in his one start. Value change: $475k -> $625k Tad Cooper, GK Tadpole is still joining Dutch club FC Twente in less than a year. Foxguard Crowport, AMC - Liverpool Fox is on holiday from Liverpool, but rounded out his first season with 23 youth appearances and five goals. Value change: $125k -> $175k Marquise de Lafayette, AMR - Lille MdL finished 2013-14 with a Ligue One appearance and 15 youth starts. He totaled eight assists and six MotM awards in those youth games. Value change: $475k -> $600k Justin Duran, LM - Phoenix FC Duran is off to a great start in 2014. 10 starts, three goals, and two assists. He's on his way to becoming a star in the desert. Value change: $325 -> $600 Dexter Flowers, AMR - Shakhtar Dex is getting a ton of playing time for Shakhtar's youth side - he's now played in 26 youth games with a pair of assists and pair of MotM awards. Value change: $375k -> $425k Hunter Goodson, CB - Manchester United Goodson rounded out his 2013-2014 season with a Premier League sub appearance and 47 (!) youth games. Value change: $125k -> $170k Nick Klemm, ST - Ottawa Fury Klemm is the hottest player in the sim right now. 13 starts, nine goals, four MotM awards, and four assists. All he does is produce. Value change: $6.25k -> $7.75k Todd Lester, CM - Chelsea Todd still hasn't broken through to the first squad, but he appeared in 44 youth games with 13 assists, six goals, and four MotM awards. Value change: $205k -> $250k Derk Mertens, ST - Feyenoord Mertens is up to six first team appearances and 14 youth games. Hopefully he can become a staple next season. Value change: $36k -> $60k W.A. Mozart, RB - Austria Wien Mozart has seven league appearances with extensive cup play. Like Mertens, he's hoping to become a starter next season. Value change: $20.5k -> $24k Hans Olafson, CM - Hammarby Fotboll Hans has already matched his league games total from last season (five) and scored his first Dutch First Team goal. Value change: $9.5k -> $4.5k Walt Peck, ST - Orlando City Walt is a starter for Orlando City and is already making a big impact. 11 starts with five goals and a MotM award. Value change: $6.5k -> $7.75k Lucas Rodriguez, RM LuRod is still set to join Racing Club next year, but he did appear for Uruguay U20 in the meantime. Gabriel Shields, GK Shields will join Hans Olafson at Hammarby Fotboll in 15 months. He's also appeared once for the USA U20 team. Matthias Sindelar, ST - Red Bull Salzburg Sindelar scored his first goals in Premier Division play! Three goals in mostly substitute appearances. Value change: $51k -> $61k Okeke Uba, AM - Leverkusen Nothing new to report for Uba. He's on holiday and looks to break into the first team next season. Value change: $93k -> $110k Trenton Vielbig, GK TV will be joining FC Twente in eight months. Highest Player Value 1. Paul Causter - $625k 2. Marquise de Lafayette - $600k 3. Serge Bodiong - $450k 4. Dexter Flowers - $425k 5. Todd Lester - $250k Highest Weekly Wages (per week) 1. Marquise de Lafayette - $2,600 2. Serge Bodiong - $2,400 3. Okeke Uba - $1,600 4. Matthias Sindelar - $700 5. Nick Klemm - $625
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    FHM 3 BaP Update Page

    2020-2021 Preseason Update In starting the 2020-2021 season there has been no real movement for players except a few notable ones. However be on the lookout for a post after the season because almost everyone's contracts are expiring and they're all about to get paid! D Mondell Mondo- the first of our players to sign a big money contract as a rookie has just been reupped with the Avalance signing a 4 year/20.04 million dollar contract (AAV 5.01 million/yr) to stay as a top D on the Avs RW Christopher-Jeffrey Beckham- now an alternate captain for the Grand Rapids Griffins, but still in the AHL. G Darnerian Sohn- is the second goalie to make it to the NHL (frankly I was betting against him ever making it). But here he is as the backup goalie for the Florida Panthers, and with that a nice pay bump top 1.19 million dollars
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