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      SageBow got a reaction from TazerMan in [The Players' Tribune] "Fourth" by Kevin Williams   
      Week 8, 2019. Tommy Furrey tears his ACL. Man I see the pain in his face. We're 1-5, in a winnable game against the Houston Texans and boom, our top receiver goes down. There's no happy ending here. He doesn't grit his teeth and say "win one for me." We don't go on to beat the Texans. We actually go on to lose every single game for the rest of the year.
       
      See growing up I always heard coach's favorite mantra. "Next Man Up." You know what next man up really means? It means you're not good enough to start. It means you're the Plan B. That's been me my entire life.
       
      Senior year at Boston College, guess what. K Will is fourth on the depth chart. Fourth. You look at the guys in front of me. Mosi Bartos is now a Colt. Tom Branch is killing it in Detroit. Hell even Allama Banta is repping that BC #WRU leading the charge for the LA Rams. But then there's me. Redshirt senior. Fourth.
       

       
      After the season I had no idea what I was gonna do. No invite to the combine. What am I gonna do with my communications degree you know? Sorry Pops but I didn't go to school, I went for ball. Day 3, 7th round, pick 191. Tampa Bay comes calling and I'm a Buc. All I can think about is relief. I went to offseason work outs, went to training camp, and guess where's K Will on the Depth Chart? Fourth.
       

       
      I play out the rest of my Bucs career, bouncing around as the fourth or fifth receiver on the depth chart. 2019, I don't even make it all the way through my contract. Legal loopholes, my agent knows. End up at Tennessee on a minimum contract.
       
      I'm not here to preach to the guys on the bench. It sucks. Here's all I got to say. You know what you're capable of. You alone. And as much as it sucks that you have to wait your chance, as much as it sucks hearing "Next Man Up," you have to be that guy. You have to take your opportunities and show the world what you got. Guess what, when Tommy went down in Week 8, the announcers said its over. Ain't receiver worth it in Tennessee and they've got no running game. Know what they were saying after the game? "Hello, Kevin Williams."
       
      I been here. I been fourth.
       
      But guess what, I'm first now.
       
      KEVIN WILLIAMS / CONTRIBUTOR

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      SageBow got a reaction from SlinkyJr in [2021] Week 7 Headlines   
      Who Is Rob Zeko
      Steelers soundly beat division rival 28-10
       

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      SageBow got a reaction from SlinkyJr in [2021] Week 7 Headlines   
      Who Is Rob Zeko
      Steelers soundly beat division rival 28-10
       

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      SageBow reacted to smckenz3 in [2021] Brian Brown Throws 200th Career TD   
      Brown takes his helmet off on the sidelines after tossing his 200th career TD.
       
      A major milestone for the league's best player happened on Sunday night.  As Brian Brown sat back in the pocket, looked off Jets' OLB Dennis Himes, and threw a dart to Greg Cobb who took it in for the score the crowd erupted.  Brown, who has been with the Dolphins since 2015, threw his 200th career touchdown pass in one of the biggest games of the young 2021 NFLHC season.  The victory over the 5-0 Jets is just another chapter in what has been one of the best periods of QB play that the league has ever seen.  Since the beginning of the 2020 season Brown has thrown for 6,732 yards at roughly a ~68% completion rate with an astounding 65 TDs to only 12 INTs.  
       
      Obviously Brown has physical gifts, but what makes him special is his dedication to study and improving his craft.  When asked about the milestone starting guard Jace Blakely said "The dude is always the first one in the building studying film.  We'll get out there on the field and it's amazing how he reads blitzes and the coverage.  It wouldn't surprise me if he knows some of these team's defenses better than their defensive coordinator."  It's not just the study that makes Brown great it's the willingness to dedicate himself to making those around him great as well.  Receiver J.C. Weldon was excited to be drafted by the Dolphins "It's a dream come true to play ball with a guy like BB.  He's always staying after practice to work with me and GC88 (Greg Cobb) on the timing of our routes.  It's hard not to work hard when your best player works harder than anyone."  Offensive Coordinator Ken Whisenhunt is able to add new wrinkles every week, "When you have a guy under center like Brian you can really open and expand on the playbook.  He knows what to do and how to get everyone where they need to be, you don't throw 200 touchdowns this quickly unless you're special."  
       
      The time for celebration is short in the NFLHC as the Dolphins are set to match-up with the 2020 AFC champion Las Vegas Raiders on Thursday night.  As one would expect after the milestone victory Brown was solely focused on the Raiders.  "I mean I love playing football and I'm blessed to have been in a situation that allows me to reach 200 touchdowns.  However, I'm focused on the Raiders.  I'm focused on David Pennington, or how to help my guys with the ways they blitz with Shah Vareen, or dealing with one of the best linebackers in the game with Alex Martin.  I'll let you guys celebrate 200 touchdowns while I prep for Vegas."  Well, we can do that Brian because 200 TDs is pretty damn special.      
       
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      SageBow got a reaction from SlinkyJr in [2021] Week 7 Headlines   
      Who Is Rob Zeko
      Steelers soundly beat division rival 28-10
       

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      SageBow reacted to Jamzz in [2021] Week 7 Headlines   
      This One Hurts

      Four more Vikings join their teammates in the hospital after a blowout loss to the Ravens.
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      SageBow reacted to alienufo in [2021] Week #7 - 1 PM   
      Jared Lee, DT - Moderate Ankle Sprain
      Stephen Elliott, FS - Severe ACL Rupture
      Tyler Trent, SS - Moderate Biceps Pull
      Ilan Youngblood, K - Moderate Elbow Sprain
       

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      SageBow reacted to joedchi in [2021] Week #7 - TNF   
      Wishing he was still in South Bend.
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      SageBow reacted to constapatedape in [2021] Week #7 - TNF   
      Letting my boy Keil shine
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      SageBow reacted to grv413 in [2021] Week #7 - TNF   
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      SageBow got a reaction from vollmagnet in [2021] Week 6 Headlines   
      Shellshocked
      Blake Shell does the unthinkable, winning an NFL game at the expense of our Steelers
       

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      SageBow reacted to Weeze56m in [2021] Week #6 - Saturday Evening   
      i figured it out. every time oregan state wins, i lose.
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      SageBow reacted to Joopear in [2021] Week #6 - Saturday Evening   
      5-0 boys
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      SageBow reacted to bingo415 in [2021] Week #6 - Saturday Evening   
      Way to go Beavers!! If you have a coach, congrats. If not, AI is a hell of a drug.
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      SageBow reacted to owensr37 in [2021] Week #6 - Saturday Evening   
      I’m speechless
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      SageBow reacted to npklemm in [2021] NFLHC Franchise Interview #4   
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      SageBow reacted to bingo415 in [2021] Week 5 Power Rankings   
      I don't believe either of you will win...
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      SageBow reacted to bingo415 in [2021] Week 5 Power Rankings   
      All smiles in Jacksonville after the win over the Chiefs
       
      Week 5 is just about when the real ceilings of team become apparent--early season coaching missteps are usually corrected by now for main contenders, injuries are beginning to pile up, but not so significant that teams with a real chance are lost to the training table, and defenses are either figuring out how to defend bad offenses or they aren't. Call it the first REAL weekend of football. At least that's what I'm going with this week. 
       
      Remember, if you don't like where you are in these Rankings...play better!
       
      Their Toughest Opponents Might be the Injury Report
      1.     Green Bay Packers 
      2.     Miami Dolphins 
      3.     New York Jets 
      4.     Las Vegas Raiders 
      The Jets were primed for an upset: scrambling QB vs. Grv, tons of injuries, no WRs to throw to besides Paul Howell…and the Jets pulled it out. Three more injuries to defensive starters put them seriously behind the 8-ball this week at the Dolphins, who look very much like a Ferrari approaching 6th gear, but with an injury question of their own in Marcus Barry. Green Bay is finding new and exciting ways to get emotionally invested in games each week, and the Raiders look like their singular mission is to get back to the Super Bowl (and maybe get Nick Hall an MVP along the way).
       
      Clearly in the Playoff Hunt, These Teams are One Injury Away from the Top Tier
      5.     Philadelphia Eagles 
      6.     Tennessee Titans 
      7.     Jacksonville Jaguars 
      8.     Kansas City Chiefs 
      9.     Chicago Bears 
      The Eagles handling of the Saints in New Orleans was impressive on a couple counts, but it was no coincidence that it came with a healthy backfield. The Titans made minced meat of the Chargers, but yet another ding, this time to Tyler Jones, leaves the Training Staff as the MVP of the Tennessee sideline. The Jaguars, no strangers to exotic offenses, abruptly quieted the Kansas City cheers. Christian Barkley has not been asked to do much more than make a few throws and not turn the ball over, but he put the team on his back and threw darts. The Chiefs fell back to earth a bit, but they still have a solid cushion and a run-based offense that isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. The Bears beat the Vikings again, but three of there 4 wins are against Minnesota and San Fran—not the caliber wins of the teams just ahead of them.
       
      The NFC South is the Terry Crews Version of the AFC North
      10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
      11. New Orleans Saints 
      12. Carolina Panthers 
      13. Atlanta Falcons 
      14. Dallas Cowboys 
      Yes, I know that Dallas is not in the NFC South…but they really should be. They are the team that completes the South: run-oriented beasties that counter the slick-passing Panthers, edge-rushing Falcons, dual-threat Bucs, and airing it out Saints. So, for the purposes of this list, Dallas is in the South. Now…at this point, the South is a toss up, just like AFC North. Unlike the AFC North, all of these teams have legit playoff aspirations, and all would be favored by 10 points over any AFC North team. I give a slight edge to the Bucs and Saints, but only because their wins have been in-division and I think they have a bit more consistency (which is crazy to say) at QB than the Panthers and Falcons. If Dallas loses to the Broncos this weekend, they’ll be sent back to the mostly-pathetic NFC East.
       
      Slightly Above-Average Teams that Play Brutally-Tough Schedules
      15. Houston Texans 
      16. New England Patriots 
      The Pats are the best 2-3 team in the League, but they aren’t gonna win many more, because they have 6 more games against teams ranked higher than they are here. That, rightly, sucks for the Pats and Reggie Watkins. The Texans have shown some muscle at times, but couldn’t put it together for a home win against the struggling Broncos. And THEY play 7 more games against teams ranked above them here. That sucks for Leshoure and the Houston faithful as well. The other thing these two teams have in common: defend the pass and they have no answers.
       
      Who Freaking Knows?…5-11 or 9-7 is in the realm of possibility
      17. Washington Redskins 
      18. Los Angeles Rams 
      19. Denver Broncos 
      20. Arizona Cardinals 
      21. Buffalo Bills 
      The Rams, Cardinals, and Bills all had a bye in Week 5, which was probably good, considering what happened to the Redskins. The blasting at the hands of the Cowboys indicates that Tanner Bowman, as one would expect of a rookie, is going to have some terrible games. Accordingly, Washington is going to have an up-and-down season. I lean slightly toward more ‘up’ than ‘down’ for the Skins, but who knows. The Rams, clearly one of the more talented teams in the League, just hasn’t had a season they are used to, but have the ability to turn it on. The Bills and Cardinals appear to be identical entities: bright spots in a cloudy sky. But the Broncos are coming off a win at Houston that felt less like an aberration and more like a team (and a coach) that have shaken off 4 weeks of rust and are starting to play like division winners again. I know it’s only one week, but says here Denver walks into Dallas and beats the Cowboys for two in a row.
       
      ABSOLUTELY Should be in the Top Half of these Rankings
      22. Indianapolis Colts 
      23. Pittsburgh Steelers 
      These two teams are too talented not to be ranked higher. Yes, the Colts have the rest of the AFC South to contend with, and just lost to the Raiders. The schedule can be uncompromising at times. But, c’mon Colts—you have Aaron Shea in his prime. This is getting awkward. (DISCLOSURE: Colts beat the Broncos in week 1) And the Steelers should have walked away with the AFC North this season. They stole Chester Henson and had it all on a platter. Losing to the Patriots in London is only Example D of why this has been a massive disappointment in the Steel City. The Power Rankings are officially angry at both franchises for not being better right now.
       
      It’s Up to the Coaches to Makes Some Adjustments
      24. Detroit Lions 
      25. San Francisco 49ers 
      26. Baltimore Ravens 
      27. Cleveland Browns      
      28. Minnesota Vikings 
      29. Cincinnati Bengals 
      Baltimore, in their close Monday night loss to the Jets, showed some underrated coaching prowess, moving their secondary offense to the wishbone. That move gave them a real chance against the Jets, and opened Brett Fisher to have the best game of his career, albeit against a Gravy-coached team. That type of coaching innovation/adaptation/exploration will be necessary for all these teams, if they hope to be drafting outside the Top 5…let alone make a push for the playoffs. Kudos to Blake Shell and the Lions for getting win #1…boo to the Niners for not realizing they were playing Blake Shell and blitzing accordingly.
       
      The Best BAD Team in the League
      30. Seattle Seahawks 
      I’ll say it: the Seahawks are bad. Like, almost-lose-to-the-Giants-then-score-3-points-against-the-Packers BAD. And they deserve to be ranked here at present. But…I would wager on the Seahawks to beat the two teams below them, and half the teams ranked #24-29, so…I’m calling them the Best BAD Team in the League. And that makes them kinda fun or funny, in a way. Not Funny Ha-Ha, but Funny Uh-Oh.
       
      Who’s Getting a Win First? Answer: Neither
      31. Los Angeles Chargers 
      32. New York Giants 
      I now believe that, given their talent and schedules, neither of these teams will win a game this season. And then in week 7, when the Chargers beat the Broncos, I will bury my face in snow until March.
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      SageBow reacted to bingo415 in 2021 Donation Drive -- A Call to Action   
      Hello fellow CFBHC and NFLHC coaches and community members! February 4th is Super Bowl Sunday--when we all enjoy the game with friends, liters/litres of beer/cola, more chicken wings than Jumbo can shake a stick at, and so much chip dip... February 4th is also the kickoff date for our Annual CFBHC Donation Drive. This Donation Drive is your chance to give back to the community that has given YOU so much. 
       
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      The Donation Drive will kick off Super Bowl Sunday, and last through February. What a great time to give! 
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      SageBow reacted to Darman in 10 Things I Like and Don't Like, Slim Shady Edition   
      10 Things I like, and Don’t Like, including a very sad New York Giants offense
       
      After an extended break, here we go
       
      The State of Traded QBs
      There were multiple QBs moved this past offseason and regular season through trades, including a trade of starting Quarterbacks. Reggie Watkins, Paul Davenport, RJ Stanford, and Mike Thomas were all traded for, but only one of these trades has really gone well. Reggie Watkins is having an excellent season for the Patriots. He is completing nearly 70 percent of his passes, and has a 12:3 TD to INT rate. The AFC East isn’t winnable for the Pats still, but Watkins hot play so far has made this team much more interesting.
      For the 3 trades the results have not been good. The Giants made trades for both Mike Thomas and Paul Davenport, and still neither of them started this past week. Paul Davenport is still holding out, and Mike Thomas has been a bust so far for the team. Mike Thomas has easily been the worst QB of players who were intended to start this year. This is a family article, so I won’t show his stats. But they are bad. And he’s been benched. For David Brezina. On purpose. Maybe he has potential too.
      The Giants received Davenport in a trade with the Steelers for RJ Stanford. The Steelers were considered a contender in the AFC North, though that doesn’t mean a ton this season, but the Davenport holdout situation changed the trajectory. Replacing him with R.J. Stanford has had moderate success in Pittsburgh, however his production is a significant step down from the production of RJ Stanford. The Steelers have indicated that Stanford is not the answer. The Steelers may be in a precarious position of being too good for a top tier QB, and could struggle opening up their pocket books for a Free Agent Quarterback.
      Oregon State 2021
      I recognize that the good times may not last forever in Corvallis, Oregon. But this is a program that has struggled keeping a coach and creating program momentum for their entire existence. Oregon State had won 4 games over the past 5 seasons before this one. So when Oregon State can start a season a season 4-0, even after losing their head coach in the offseason, they deserve their moment. Oregon State has even started to receive some Coaches Poll votes. While these votes are probably less indicative of their skill and level of competition, it does recognize the hill that Oregon State has had to climb to even get to this point.
      This is the feel good story of the college season so far, and I know there are plenty of people who want to see this team have even more success.
      End of Toledo 2021?
      [Insert video of Sad Titanic Flute playing].
      If you like Field Goals, Toledo-Florida could be the best game of the season. The implications of this game were huge, as Toledo was looking to make a run to the playoffs this season through a non P5 conference. Toledo had started the season 3-0, even though they had looked shaky at times, and had the chance to launch their playoff run with a win against Florida at home. However, backed by their dominant run game and offensive line, Florida was able to pull off a double overtime victory on the road.
      This definitely damages the chances that Toledo has of making the playoffs, and deflates some of the self promoted hype, but Toledo still controls its own destiny.
      It is simple for Toledo. Win out.
      TCU rumbling on
      The Hype is real for this TCU program. Coach Danger has promoted his team heavily this season (as he does in most), and going into Conference play, this TCU team seems worthy of the hype.
      They have wins against talented programs out of conference in USC and LSU (who both considered themselves playoff contenders preseason), and have survived their first two conference games against Tennessee and Texas Tech. TCU hopes to finish their season strong, and not suffer from any lapses, as the pressure of the potential of playoffs creeps closer with every victory.
      Bears and Chiefs Surprise Starts
      Even the most optimistic fans of Chicago and Kansas City could not have seen this coming. Using different methods, the Chiefs and the Bears have both come out the gates at 4-1. The Chiefs have leaned on a very run heavy offense, that has prioritized ball security in the passing game, and an opportunistic defense. The Bears have gotten a good start out of Norris Brooksheer, despite shaky offensive line play. While the Bears haven’t faced an intimidating running back in their wins, the play of their run defense has been excellent.
      Both teams feel that they can make the playoffs, the Bears play a weak schedule to finish out the season, but the Chiefs face a more difficult schedule. Both teams have played duds of games so far this season, and will need to have consistent performances to continue their success.
      My Quarter Season Award Winners
      MVP/Offensive Player of the Year: Brian Brown MIA. It feels like Brian Brown had fallen away from the public eye to a degree these last few seasons. Quarterbacks like Christian Skaggs, Aaron Shea, Nick Hall, and Jason Johnson have gained a lot of attention in the last few seasons, at the expense of Brian Brown.
      But Brown is back this season. The addition of J.C. Weldon has proven to be one of the best picks in the 2021 draft this season. That’s a sentence that makes the Jets organization cringe. Brown is 5th in the NFL in passing yards, second in passer rating, and a ridiculous 13 to 1 TD to INT ratio. The Dolphins were unlucky to miss the playoffs last season, and this year they hope to take luck out of the equation in their chase for a trophy.
      Runner Up: Thomas Wheeler TEN, one of the best free agent signings in recent memory.
      Defensive Player of the Year: Carlos Washington PIT. It is strange to me that my leading candidate for this award plays for a struggling defense. But the rookie defensive end out of Michigan has come out the gates hot this year. He has 5 sacks, which is tied for 8th in the NFL, 1st in Tackles for Loss, and is tied for 2nd in the NFL in tackles. Oh, he’s also forced 2 fumbles and has a recovery this season. Not a bad start to his career.
      Runner up: Anthony Ortiz BUF. Is he the player you’d want to start a defensive line with the most right now?
      Offensive Rookie of the Year: J.C. Weldon MIA. Who gave Brian Brown a receiver? That trade was ridiculous at the time, and hasn’t aged well since. But this isn’t about bad trades, but about good plays. Weldon is first in his rookie class in Catches, Yards, and TD’s at the WR position, and has top 10 NFL numbers in each of those categories. Along with veteran receiver Greg Cobb, Weldon has helped Brian Brown get back into the MVP conversation, and he looks to dominante AFC East Defensives for Years to come.
      Runner Up: Denorris Jackson TB. Close battle for this number 1 position. DNJ may actually be more important to his team’s success than Weldon.
      Defensive Rookie of the Year: Carlos Washington PIT. See Above.
      Runner Up: Javier Grady/Josiah Harden DAL/ARI. It’s not really close but I needed to fill this slot.
      Coach of the Year: Coach Nmize KC. While I expect a different name to be here by the end of the season, Nmize has to get his props for getting an Erasmus McCready led team to a 4 win season. Will it continue? Probably not. Is it possible for it to continue? First of all, through God all things are possible, so jot that down.
      Giants terrible offense
      The Giants are averaging 6.6 Points per game.
      End of the Penn State Dynasty
      This isn’t a complete surprise to many people, including Coach Gravy. It’s not even completely disappointing either for the Penn State program, who lost the #1 and #2 picks in the 2021 NFLHC draft. With 2 losses, the Nittany Lions have most likely been eliminated from the College Football Playoff. But instead of mourning the end of this dynasty, the success of this team should be celebrated and we should look forward to a much more open season of CFBHC, with no team seeming to be as dominant as this Penn State team.
      Western Michigan and Illinois
      2 of my favorite programs in CFBHC are Illinois and Western Michigan. What makes them my favorite programs are their coaches, FlutieFlakes and Jieret. Both of these guys are, in my eyes, top 10 college level coaches. Jieret made the playoffs with Western Michigan last season, and showed that his team deserved his place in the playoff. The Illinois team consistently has one of the best defenses in the the Big 10 and Flutie has crafted a unique identity for his squad. Neither of those two coaches have shown any indication of leaving their teams, but it would be interesting to see what they could do at a program like Texas (if it ever opened up).
      Panthers Struggles
      Christian Skaggs and the Carolina Panthers: The Panthers declared themselves as being all in before this season started. While they could still save their season in a weak division, they haven’t played like title contenders so far. Skaggs hasn’t played like an MVP candidate, and while his play isn’t bad, it is far below his normal standard, and he does lead the NFL in Interceptions so far.
      The Panthers have an opportunity of Thursday Night to try to get their season back on track, as they play a divisional foe in the Atlanta Falcons.
      The Panthers defense has been bad this year, and their offense hasn’t been good enough to overcome it.
      While the NFC South is a flawed, and weaker division, the Panthers can’t be lethargic, because those Tampa Bay Bucs are a talented team as well. If the Panthers can’t find their groove again, their season could be in trouble.


       
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      SageBow reacted to alienufo in [2021] Week #5 - MNF   
      of course Brett Fisher has his first good game against grv
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      SageBow got a reaction from statsheetstuffer in [2021] SSC: Week 4   
      Week 4 is over! After a slight delay, lets check out the Stats Leaders!
       
      STATS LEADERS
      Passing Yards
      Tucker Dowden,  - 1233 yards
      Elijah McManus,  - 1189 yards
      Eric McLean,  - 1088 yards
       
      Passing Touchdowns
      Elijah McManus,  - 14 TDs
      Eric McLean,  - 13 TDs
      Zack Cera,  - 13 TDs
       
      Rushing Yards
      Ethan Newby,  - 541 yards
      Trevon Yeldon,  - 538 yards
      Jamal Trufant,  - 498 yards
       
      Rushing Touchdowns
      Ethan Newby.  - 9 TDs
      Evan Grant.  - 8 TDs
      DeSean Madison,  - 8 TDs
       
      Receiving Yards
      Artavius Hopkins,  - 430 yards
      Deontray Clay,  - 420 yards
      Tevin Lattimore,  - 417 yards
       
      Receiving Touchdowns
      Artavius Hopkins,  - 7 TDs
      Daniel Hobbs,  - 6 TDs
      Parker Tripp,  - 6 TDs
       
      NOTABLE TIDBITS
       
      Take a Bow El Chacko! The NDSU superstar led them to a huge win over FBS UMass Thursday Night.
       
      Artavius Hopkins is a force to be reckoned with. 10 receptions, 139 yards, and 3 Touchdowns in huge victory over Georgia Southern. He's got superstar written all over him heading into the next level.
       
      Another big win for Florida led by Ethan Newby. 3 TDs and 172 yards on the ground as he pounded through Kentucky's defense to keep the Gators perfect.
       
      Michigan and Lucas Benton slaughtered Liberty in brutal fashion. The Wolverines sacked poor David Clevenger 10 times, as the Flames signal caller was literally seen running for his life the entire afternoon. 
       
      Down goes the Nittany Lions! Led by Khairi Bryant, the Buckeyes beat the reigning national champions in Happy Valley! Watch out B1G!
       
      MATCHUP OF THE WEEK
       
      WR Jarvis Ward vs CB Kenyon Justice  
       
      Two true superstars clashed in SEC West Divisional Play. Lets take a look to see how they performed. 
      Ward - 6 receptions for 45 yards, 1 TD
      Justice - 1 INT, 2 Tackles
       
      Verdict - Kenyon Justice  
       
      Not many people can limit Jarvis Ward. Kenyon Justice is not people. The corner shut down one of the most explosive receivers in the nation all night long. Though Ward had plenty of receptions, he was largely limited in what he could do all night. 
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      SageBow got a reaction from statsheetstuffer in [2021] SSC: Week 4   
      Week 4 is over! After a slight delay, lets check out the Stats Leaders!
       
      STATS LEADERS
      Passing Yards
      Tucker Dowden,  - 1233 yards
      Elijah McManus,  - 1189 yards
      Eric McLean,  - 1088 yards
       
      Passing Touchdowns
      Elijah McManus,  - 14 TDs
      Eric McLean,  - 13 TDs
      Zack Cera,  - 13 TDs
       
      Rushing Yards
      Ethan Newby,  - 541 yards
      Trevon Yeldon,  - 538 yards
      Jamal Trufant,  - 498 yards
       
      Rushing Touchdowns
      Ethan Newby.  - 9 TDs
      Evan Grant.  - 8 TDs
      DeSean Madison,  - 8 TDs
       
      Receiving Yards
      Artavius Hopkins,  - 430 yards
      Deontray Clay,  - 420 yards
      Tevin Lattimore,  - 417 yards
       
      Receiving Touchdowns
      Artavius Hopkins,  - 7 TDs
      Daniel Hobbs,  - 6 TDs
      Parker Tripp,  - 6 TDs
       
      NOTABLE TIDBITS
       
      Take a Bow El Chacko! The NDSU superstar led them to a huge win over FBS UMass Thursday Night.
       
      Artavius Hopkins is a force to be reckoned with. 10 receptions, 139 yards, and 3 Touchdowns in huge victory over Georgia Southern. He's got superstar written all over him heading into the next level.
       
      Another big win for Florida led by Ethan Newby. 3 TDs and 172 yards on the ground as he pounded through Kentucky's defense to keep the Gators perfect.
       
      Michigan and Lucas Benton slaughtered Liberty in brutal fashion. The Wolverines sacked poor David Clevenger 10 times, as the Flames signal caller was literally seen running for his life the entire afternoon. 
       
      Down goes the Nittany Lions! Led by Khairi Bryant, the Buckeyes beat the reigning national champions in Happy Valley! Watch out B1G!
       
      MATCHUP OF THE WEEK
       
      WR Jarvis Ward vs CB Kenyon Justice  
       
      Two true superstars clashed in SEC West Divisional Play. Lets take a look to see how they performed. 
      Ward - 6 receptions for 45 yards, 1 TD
      Justice - 1 INT, 2 Tackles
       
      Verdict - Kenyon Justice  
       
      Not many people can limit Jarvis Ward. Kenyon Justice is not people. The corner shut down one of the most explosive receivers in the nation all night long. Though Ward had plenty of receptions, he was largely limited in what he could do all night. 
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      Week 4 is over! After a slight delay, lets check out the Stats Leaders!
       
      STATS LEADERS
      Passing Yards
      Tucker Dowden,  - 1233 yards
      Elijah McManus,  - 1189 yards
      Eric McLean,  - 1088 yards
       
      Passing Touchdowns
      Elijah McManus,  - 14 TDs
      Eric McLean,  - 13 TDs
      Zack Cera,  - 13 TDs
       
      Rushing Yards
      Ethan Newby,  - 541 yards
      Trevon Yeldon,  - 538 yards
      Jamal Trufant,  - 498 yards
       
      Rushing Touchdowns
      Ethan Newby.  - 9 TDs
      Evan Grant.  - 8 TDs
      DeSean Madison,  - 8 TDs
       
      Receiving Yards
      Artavius Hopkins,  - 430 yards
      Deontray Clay,  - 420 yards
      Tevin Lattimore,  - 417 yards
       
      Receiving Touchdowns
      Artavius Hopkins,  - 7 TDs
      Daniel Hobbs,  - 6 TDs
      Parker Tripp,  - 6 TDs
       
      NOTABLE TIDBITS
       
      Take a Bow El Chacko! The NDSU superstar led them to a huge win over FBS UMass Thursday Night.
       
      Artavius Hopkins is a force to be reckoned with. 10 receptions, 139 yards, and 3 Touchdowns in huge victory over Georgia Southern. He's got superstar written all over him heading into the next level.
       
      Another big win for Florida led by Ethan Newby. 3 TDs and 172 yards on the ground as he pounded through Kentucky's defense to keep the Gators perfect.
       
      Michigan and Lucas Benton slaughtered Liberty in brutal fashion. The Wolverines sacked poor David Clevenger 10 times, as the Flames signal caller was literally seen running for his life the entire afternoon. 
       
      Down goes the Nittany Lions! Led by Khairi Bryant, the Buckeyes beat the reigning national champions in Happy Valley! Watch out B1G!
       
      MATCHUP OF THE WEEK
       
      WR Jarvis Ward vs CB Kenyon Justice  
       
      Two true superstars clashed in SEC West Divisional Play. Lets take a look to see how they performed. 
      Ward - 6 receptions for 45 yards, 1 TD
      Justice - 1 INT, 2 Tackles
       
      Verdict - Kenyon Justice  
       
      Not many people can limit Jarvis Ward. Kenyon Justice is not people. The corner shut down one of the most explosive receivers in the nation all night long. Though Ward had plenty of receptions, he was largely limited in what he could do all night. 
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