Franz Kafka

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  1. 3rd Down Efficiency 5-17 3-17
  2. Who were this week's studs and duds? STUDS Christian Skaggs, QB, 32 of 50 for 457 yards, 6 TD - 133.1 QBR Arrest warrant has been filed for what Skaggs did to the Saints' defense on Sunday. E.J. McQuarters, DE, 2 sacks, FF, FR, 3 tackles EJM came up big for the Bengal defense in their impressive week one showing. Raheem Robinson, WR, 4 catches for 75 yards 3 carries for 45 yards, TD 2 of 2 for 27 yards, TD Robinson did it all in Jacksonville's big win over Kansas City. Charles Johnson, DE, 3 sacks, 4 tackles Johnson helped the Broncos' D flex their muscles in a dominant week one performance. Daleroy Smart, ILB, 2 FF, FR, 8 tackles Smart picked up where he left off last season - wreaking constant havoc for opposing offenses. Curtis Henry, TE, 12 catches, 160 yards, 2 TD It was a long day for the Saints. Nick Hall, QB, 25 of 34 for 329 yards, 3 TD, 133.1 QBR Hall was nearly flawless against a stout Indianapolis defense. DUDS Sean Jenkins, WR, Not on statsheet Jenkins was nowhere to be seen in the Saints' disappointing season opener Jarius Jones, QB, 15 of 25 for 137 yards, 0 TD, 2 INT, 41.6 QBR Jones laid an egg in his Seahawks' debut. Quincy Honeycutt, RB, 11 carries for 14 yards Ew. Shawn Cole, RB, 10 carries for 16 yards Cole went to the Honeycutt School for Running Backs Javier Fields, QB, 17 of 30 for 195 yards, 0 TD, 3 INT, 36.8 QBR Fields' completed 66.7% of his passes to a human being on Sunday. Norris Brooksheer, QB, 29 of 46 for 241 yards, 0 TD, 2 INT, 58.3 QBR Never good when you've got a pair of duds on the same team.
  3. Raheem Robinson to Asante Sowell, 8 yd TD pass - 11:56 (14-37)
  4. NFL overall - 96.33 NFL offense 96.37 NFL defense - 95.82 NFL special teams - 99 NFC overall - 94.92 NFC offense - 94.82 NFC defense - 94.28 NFC special teams - 99 AFC overall - 94.59 AFC offense - 94.91 AFC defense - 94.28 AFC special teams - 94.5
  5. Note: I picked the same offense for both (RB, FB, WR, WR, TE) and I picked whichever defensive scheme gave the team a higher rating.
  6. Here's the All-Conference and All-NFL teams based on player rating. In the event of a tie, the more inexperienced player gets then nod. In the event of a tie in rating and years, I break the tie. NFC Breakdown by team AFC Breakdown by team NFL Breakdown by conference NFC - 14 (7 offense, 5 defense, 2 special teams) AFC - 10 (4 offense, 6 defense) Breakdown by team
  7. Under the "time" section here: http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=2020_Florida_Gators_season#Regular_Season what do we put?
  8. Detroit Lions HC SlinkyJr 2 Years // $10,700,000 $5,350,000 per year
  9. Bingo - How much of a chance will Blacknall get at the starter's spot this season? Can you compare and contrast he and Rambo's styles?
  10. DID YOU KNOW.... 2020 was the first draft where a QB wasn't selected in the top four Graham Burnett (8) An SEC player has been selected first overall in three straight drafts DE Tyler Jones (2020) DE Early Davis (2019) QB Aaron Shea (2018) 2020 was only the second time where two defensive ends were drafted in the top ten 2020: Tyler Jones (1) - Anthony Miller (3) 2016: Curtis Lewis (3) - Dennis Niland (4) 2020 was the first time since 2017 where a wide receiver was drafted in the top nine Raheem Robinson (2) 2020 featured the second most wide receivers taken in the first round in NFLHC history (4) 2020: Raheem Robinson (2) - Sam Hiller-Weeden (16) - Jeremy Cook (26) - Eli Austin (30) 2017: Sean Jenkins (4) - Tai Miller (9) - Mark Harrington (18) - Sonny Beckett (22) - Gordon Kleinsasser (26) The SEC had the most first round selections of any conference (8) Tyler Jones - Anthony Miller - C.J. Thomas - Terrence Rodgers Lucas Hurd - Shah Vereen - Russell Benson-Gifford Eli Austin 2020 marked the seventh time a conference had at least eight first round selections 2020 - 8 2020 was tied for the fewest first round OL taken since 2015 2020 - 5 2015 - 5 2016 - 5 2019 - 6 2016 - 8 2018 - 9 Alabama led all colleges in total picks (10) Lucas Hurd - William Anderson - Michael Hernandez - James White - Rory Weston Dillon Grant - Ethan Crockett - Eric Holder - Will Doughty - Charles O'Keefe The Big Ten led all conferences in total picks 43 Four teams had double-digit selections: 12 10 10 10 Only one team had fewer than four selections: 3 Players from the same college were only selected in consecutive picks on two occasions Nick Ramos #47 Rafael O'Donnell #48 Alex Stanford #121 Elijah Moffett #122 A record 24 players declared early for the draft, two went undrafted Leo Fleming - Nicholas Quick Of the 24 early declarations, seven went in the first round Cameron Marshall - Graham Burnett - Marquise Reed - Christian Okonkwo Akeel Morris - Martin Whiting - Eli Austin Three positions had 20+ selections this year WR - 29 CB - 23 DE - 20 2020 was the latest the first kicker was drafted in NFLHC history 2020 - #123 2018 - #108 2017 - #104 2016 - #73 2015 - #70 2019 - #67 2020 marked the fourth time in NFLHC history that the last name of the first overall selection had four or five characters 2020 - Tyler Jones 2019 - Early Davis 2018 - Aaron Shea 2015 - Tyrone Jones 2020 was the fourth time in NFLHC history that a center was selected between the ninth and twelfth pick 2019 - John Hadley #9 2020 - Lucas Hurd #10 2018 - Matt Cole #11 2015 - Enoch Dickinson #12 2020 was just the second time since 2015 with multiple first round running backs 2020 - Terrence Rodgers - Arturo Pacheco 2016 - Akili Wallace - Marcus Barry 2020 featured the second shortest first overall selection in NFLHC history 2015 - Tyrone Jones 5'11" 2020 - Tyler Jones 6'1"
  11. Allen Park, MI The Detroit Lions are pleased to introduce our 2020 NFLHC Draft picks - we look forward to a successful 2020 campaign. Fib ur First round (#26) Jeremy Cook, WR, 6'0" 217 lbs Half Moon Bay (Half Moon Bay, CA) 288 catches, 4,012 yards, 25 TD Cook was a four-year starter in Pullman, with his career culminating in an All-American selection and playoff berth this past year. He ended his Wazzu career in second place in Pac-12 history in catches and yards, and third in touchdowns. He's also the only Pac-12 receiver to finish his career with 4,000+ yards and 25+ touchdowns. Roster position: WR2 -------- Second round (#59) Richard Ryan, OLB 6'3" 230 lbs Theodore Roosevelt (Washington, DC) 126 tackles, 9 sacks, 2 INT, FR, TD Ryan was a three-year starter for the Hokies and finished his career as the all-time team leader in tackles and second in sacks. He was a part of a division winning Virginia Tech squad in 2017 and went to three bowl games during his four years in Blacksburg. He rounded out his career with 6 tackles and a half-sack in the Charlotte Bowl Roster position: OLB2 -------- Fourth round (#122) Elijah Moffett, QB 6'0" 197 lbs Hudson Valley CC (Troy, NY) 611 of 944 (64.7%), 7,737 yards, 62 TD, 16 INT, 151.8 rating After transferring from Hudson Valley CC, "The Prophet" made an immediate impact for the Scarlet Knights. He led Rutgers to their most successful run in school history - the team totaled 17 wins during his two years as starter despite having just 15 wins in the previous four seasons. He was also named National Offensive Player of the Week twice during his Scarlet Knight career. Roster position: QB2 -------- Fifth round (#144) Logan Pruitt, RB 5'7" 232 lbs Lejeune (Camp Lejeune, NC) 1,030 carries, 5,309 yards, 62 TD, 5.15 ypc 31 catches, 382 yards, 9 TD Logan Pruitt was a four-year starter for North Carolina and certainly made the most of his Tar Heel career. He heads to the NFL as the ACC's all-time leader in both rushing yards and rushing touchdowns by a wide margin - he's got the yardage crown by nearly four digits and 12 touchdowns on second place. He was also a very capable receiver, tallying nine touchdowns through the air. Roster position: RB2 -------- Fifth round (#155) Joshua Olson, ILB 5'11" 245 lbs Pershing County (Lovelock, NV) 166 tackles, sack Olson was a three-year starter for the Air Force Academy and a staple in their current run of success. The Falcons have 25 wins over the last three seasons, including two Mountain West conference titles. He finished his career as the back-to-back team leader in tackles and the all-time tackle king in Colorado Springs. Roster position: Mike ILB2 -------- Sixth round (#192) Carter Leavitt, SS 6'1" 193 lbs Donaldsonville (Donaldsonville, LA) 21 tackles, 5 INT Leavitt was a two-time starter for the Bayou Bengals and finished tied for the team lead in interceptions this season. He was a key cog in the Tiger defense that helped bring in 18 wins the last two seasons and an SEC West crown. He finished his career with 11 tackles in the 2019 Sugar Bowl. Roster position: SS2 -------- Seventh round (#192) Herman Randle, OLB 6'2" 240 lbs Pike Central (Petersburg, IN) 86 tackles, 2 sacks Randle was a starter for the Wolverines from 2017-2019 and helped lead the team to massive success. During Randle's stint, Michigan finished with 31 wins, one Big Ten title, and two top ten finishes. Due to his leadership, was elected defensive team captain for both his junior and senior seasons in Ann Arbor. Roster position: OLB3
  12. King of the Hill examines some of the top position battles entering the 2020 NFLHC Draft. STRONG SAFETY SS Corey Davis 6-2 195 R Pittsburgh [Zone Coverage] 81 vs. SS Michael Williams 6-2 187 R Tennessee [Zone Coverage] 81 The Stats (2018-2019) Davis 7 INT 79 tackles 2 TD Williams 4 INT 29 tackles 2 TD The Combine Davis 4.58 40 34" vert 10'3" broad jump 14 bench reps 4.28 shuttle 7.0 3-cone Williams 4.54 40 35.5" vert 10'4" broad jump 16 bench reps 4.35 shuttle 7.1 3-cone Personal conduct flag The Verdict Davis by a hair. The combines were roughly the same, with Williams more powerful and Davis more agile. Davis isn't afraid to step into the box and take on a running back - his tackling skills as well as the personal conduct flag for Williams give the nod to the Pitt Panther.
  13. King of the Hill examines some of the top position battles entering the 2020 NFLHC Draft. OUTSIDE LINEBACKER OLB Daquan Darcey 6-4 232 R TCU [Coverage] 80 vs OLB Martin Whiting 6-3 235 R North Carolina [Coverage] 81 The Stats (2018-2019) Darcey 106 tackles 5.5 sacks INT Whiting 63 tackles 9 sacks FR The Combine Darcey 4.58 40 35" vert 15 bench reps 4.30 shuttle 6.84 3-cone Elevated injury risk Whiting 4.51 40 36.5" vert 16 bench reps 4.18 shuttle 6.74 3-cone The Verdict This is one of the tougher matchups - Darcey was clearly the leader on TCU's defense, but Whiting has the versatility that many GMs like in an outside linebacker. I'll give the slightest edge to Whiting here, but it wouldn't surprise me to see Darcey in a Pro Bowl

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