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  1. STUNNED Jaguars demolish Chiefs in a high-flying affair.
  2. THE REDSKINS GENERAL MANAGER MAY SUBMIT A RESPONSE UNTIL 11:30 PM ET 3/23/2017 Javier Fields may have suffered a partially torn rotator cuff in the week one loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. The recommendation by doctors would be for a second opinion that may take a week to come through but to at least leave him out of the active roster during the next game. The Redskins have been asked to reach a decision on Thompson's injury: A ) Do nothing. Javier Fields will be ready for week 2. B ) Rest Fields and wait for second opinion. Javier Fields will be inactive for week 2 and may be inactive in future weeks depending on the opinion of the doctors. Doctors may also hold him out longer than just committing to the surgery (including the next offseason). C ) Commit to rotator cuff surgery. Javier Fields will be out until the 2021 season.
  3. Are you being punished for past transgressions by LaserCats?
  4. lmfao
  5. Also your receivers are god awful
  6. New Orleans Saints (0-0) at Carolina Panthers (0-0) Arizona Cardinals (0-0) at Green Bay Packers (0-0)
  7. Games tomorrow 8 // 10 // 12, I'm working til 5-6.

  8. Coaches Head Coach Traits None Offensive Coordinator - Josh McDaniels -8% total scheme change penalty +5% QB skill +3% WR skill -15% WR durability Defensive Coordinator - Richard Smith +4% ILB/OLB progression +5% ILB fitness -4% OLB aggressiveness Captains (One Offensive, One Defensive, One Special Teams) WR Mark Walker 5-11 190 6 Florida [Speed] 79 ILB Richard Wilson 6-2 231 5 Oregon State [Mike] 87 CB Marcus Farmer 6-1 177 5 Louisville [Zone Coverage] 70 Offense Quarterback QB Byron Harper 6-3 225 2 Utah [Hybrid] 80 QB Christian Barkley 6-3 211 1 Texas Tech [Pocket] 83 QB Kamau Davis 6-2 218 5 Indiana [Pocket] 89 Running Back RB Bradie Sapp 5-11 185 6 Virginia Tech [Power] 77 RB Asante Sowell 6-3 194 1 Wisconsin [Power] 87 (3rd Down) Running Back RB Bradie Sapp 5-11 185 6 Virginia Tech [Power] 77 RB Asante Sowell 6-3 194 1 Wisconsin [Power] 87 Fullback FB Neill Sharper 6-2 212 5 LSU [Run Blocking] 86 Wide Receiver WR Raheem Robinson 6-3 192 R Oklahoma State [Speed] 83 WR Tyrone Turner 6-5 202 R Eastern Washington [Target] 74 WR Mark Walker 5-11 190 6 Florida [Speed] 79 WR Taylor Eifert 6-3 208 1 Nebraska [Target] 80 WR Curtis Settles 6-0 207 2 Penn State [Speed] 83 WR Robert Curtis 6-5 213 1 BYU [Target] 74 Tight End TE Jordan Kemp 6-3 225 R Georgia [Blocking] 80 TE Amir Nassib 6-0 229 1 Cincinnati [Receiving] 70 TE Derek Harrison 6-1 251 6 Rutgers [Receiving] 94 Left Tackle OT Rafael O'Donnell 6-5 310 R Colorado State [Run Blocking] 80 OT Thomas Donaldson 6-4 302 4 Virginia Tech [Run Blocking] 78 OT Ryan Stallworth 6-5 293 3 Kentucky [Pass Blocking] 72 Left Guard OG Jason Peterson 6-7 291 1 Michigan State [Run Blocking] 72 OG Robert Roaf 6-7 267 4 Michigan State [Run Blocking] 92 Center C Patrick Ena 6-5 306 4 Texas A&M [Pass Blocking] 83 OG Jason Peterson 6-7 291 1 Michigan State [Run Blocking] 72 Right Guard OG Ian Meyer 6-5 289 3 Georgia Tech [Pass Blocking] 66 OG Dave Young 6-4 296 4 Oregon [Pass Blocking] 85 Right Tackle OT Toma Pinati 6-1 313 R Buffalo [Run Blocking] 76 OT Glenn Boyd 6-6 311 3 Florida State [Pass Blocking] 86 OT Mahamadou Dennis 6-3 257 1 TCU [Run Blocking] 80 Defense Left Defensive End DE Thomas Conley 6-4 263 1 Missouri [Contain] 75 DE Preston Bryant 6-8 280 3 Michigan State [Blitz] 84 Defensive Tackle(s) DT Ronald Barker 6-4 299 R Boston College [2-Gap] 80 DT Larry Holmes 6-6 275 3 LSU [1-Gap] 74 Right Defensive End DE Ethan McCall 6-0 263 R Nevada [Blitz] 70 DE Shamar Manning 6-1 276 2 Florida State [Contain] 78 Left Outside Linebacker OLB Hugh Boerigter 6-2 251 4 Stanford [Blitz] 75 OLB Jeff Williams 6-2 237 5 Wisconsin [Coverage] 88 Middle Linebacker(s) ILB Melvin Cooper 6-2 227 4 Tennessee [Will] 77 ILB Christian Haywood 6-3 243 1 Arizona [Mike] 86 ILB Richard Wilson 6-2 231 5 Oregon State [Mike] 87 Right Outside Linebacker OLB Donnie Bavaro 6-2 239 5 Florida [Coverage] 85 OLB Brett Wilson 6-1 235 2 Louisville [Coverage] 75 Cornerbacks CB B.J. Dawkins 5-11 176 6 Washington State [Man Coverage] 76 CB Marcus Farmer 6-1 177 5 Louisville [Zone Coverage] 70 CB Cody Hanna 5-11 196 1 Clemson [Man Coverage] 67 CB Jay Wade 5-10 211 1 Alabama [Zone Coverage] 82 CB Gary Chamberlain 6-1 174 4 Notre Dame [Man Coverage] 82 Free Safety FS Jake Pugh 5-11 193 3 Florida State [Man Coverage] 73 FS Kevin Johnson 6-0 174 2 Syracuse [Man Coverage] 81 Strong Safety SS Mark Dean 5-10 205 1 Nevada [Zone Coverage] 78 SS Larry Reeves 5-11 204 6 Tennessee [Man Coverage] 89 Special Teams Kicker K Alejandro Aguirre 5-11 198 1 Oklahoma [Accuracy] 87 Punter P Jason Sochia 5-10 169 3 Notre Dame [Accuracy] 93 Kickoff Specialist K Alejandro Aguirre 5-11 198 1 Oklahoma [Accuracy] 87 Kick Returner WR Curtis Settles 6-0 207 2 Penn State [Speed] 83 Punt Returner WR Curtis Settles 6-0 207 2 Penn State [Speed] 83 Holder QB Byron Harper 6-3 225 2 Utah [Hybrid] 80 Long Snapper OG Jason Peterson 6-7 291 1 Michigan State [Run Blocking] 72 Kickoff Team (10 Players, not including the Kick Returner) TE Jordan Kemp 6-3 225 R Georgia [Blocking] 80 TE Amir Nassib 6-0 229 1 Cincinnati [Receiving] 70 WR Tyrone Turner 6-5 202 R Eastern Washington [Target] 74 WR Mark Walker 5-11 190 6 Florida [Speed] 79 WR Robert Curtis 6-5 213 1 BYU [Target] 74 ILB Melvin Cooper 6-2 227 4 Tennessee [Will] 77 CB Marcus Farmer 6-1 177 5 Louisville [Zone Coverage] 70 CB Cody Hanna 5-11 196 1 Clemson [Man Coverage] 67 FS Jake Pugh 5-11 193 3 Florida State [Man Coverage] 73 SS Mark Dean 5-10 205 1 Nevada [Zone Coverage] 78 Hands Team (11 Players, to be used during Onside Kicks) TE Derek Harrison 6-1 251 6 Rutgers [Receiving] 94 TE Jordan Kemp 6-3 225 R Georgia [Blocking] 80 WR Raheem Robinson 6-3 192 R Oklahoma State [Speed] 83 WR Taylor Eifert 6-3 208 1 Nebraska [Target] 80 WR Curtis Settles 6-0 207 2 Penn State [Speed] 83 ILB Melvin Cooper 6-2 227 4 Tennessee [Will] 77 CB Jay Wade 5-10 211 1 Alabama [Zone Coverage] 82 CB Gary Chamberlain 6-1 174 4 Notre Dame [Man Coverage] 82 FS Kevin Johnson 6-0 174 2 Syracuse [Man Coverage] 81 SS Larry Reeves 5-11 204 6 Tennessee [Man Coverage] 89 Punt Return Team (10 Players, not including the Punt Returner) TE Jordan Kemp 6-3 225 R Georgia [Blocking] 80 TE Amir Nassib 6-0 229 1 Cincinnati [Receiving] 70 WR Tyrone Turner 6-5 202 R Eastern Washington [Target] 74 WR Mark Walker 5-11 190 6 Florida [Speed] 79 WR Robert Curtis 6-5 213 1 BYU [Target] 74 ILB Melvin Cooper 6-2 227 4 Tennessee [Will] 77 CB Marcus Farmer 6-1 177 5 Louisville [Zone Coverage] 70 CB Cody Hanna 5-11 196 1 Clemson [Man Coverage] 67 FS Jake Pugh 5-11 193 3 Florida State [Man Coverage] 73 SS Mark Dean 5-10 205 1 Nevada [Zone Coverage] 78 Inactive None
  9. NO ONE CAN SUBMIT A RESPONSE. Tai Miller's wife, Shawna, recently gave birth to a son, Tai Jr. Tai has been overjoyed by this recent addition to his family and has worked hard in pre-season workouts with his new-found energy. Tai Miller gains +13% fitness and +3% chemistry.
  10. You put up 21 on the secondary defense of Tampa... I think that's pretty fucking horrific.
  11. DT Richard Hicks 6-5 297 3 North Carolina [2-Gap] 51 KR Richard Dodge 6-3 186 1 Bowling Green [Speed] 78 KR Rickie Baird 5-11 171 4 Cincinnati [Speed] 71 LS Charlie Cornwell 6-3 288 R Oregon [Traditional] 62 OLB Michael Patten 6-2 237 2 California [Coverage] 51
  12. Stating something without checking your facts is the height of laziness.
  13. I ran 2RB and he wasn't starting. Think before you speak.
  14. It's like Cade's soul is inhabiting bingo's body.
  15. NO ONE CAN SUBMIT A RESPONSE. Iowa farm boy and professional football player Taylor Randolph may have achieved fame and fortunate when he secured his spot on the New England Patriots team as an offensive tackle. However, the country boy hasn't forgotten his roots in agriculture. Randolph revealed in a recent interview that he used his entire signing bonus from the Patriots following this years NFL draft to purchase cattle for his parents. When Randolph was in college and short on cash, his parents would sell a cow to fund him. According to an article written by Ryan Wilson for CBS Sports, Randolph grew up on the family farm and spent the off-season back at the home place, before he was drafted by the Patriots. "He took every single dollar of that bonus and, when people were buying cars, he replaced every cow his mom and dad sold to help him in college," said Randolph's agent Jimmy Conway. "The only thing Taylor did was to buy back his horse that he had sold in high school for $300." Randolph's hard work ethic and toughness on the field likely come from his years spent on the family farm chasing down aggressive chickens and helping his parents udder up. Taylor Randolph has gained +6% starting fitness and +3% chemistry.

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