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  1. :Redskins:

    +6 London Fletcher

    +5 Brian Orakpo

    +4 Ryan Kerrigan

    +3 LaRon Landry

    +2 Santana Moss

    +1 Fred Davis

     

    :Eagles:

    +6 Jason Peters

    +5 LeSean McCoy

    +4 Trent Cole

    +3 Evan Mathis

    +2 Jason Babin

    +1 Nnamdi Asomugha

     

    :Cowboys:

    +6 DeMarcus Ware

    +5 Jason Witten

    +4 Jay Ratliff

    +3 Tony Romo

    +2 Tyron Smith

    +1 Sean Lee

     

    :Giants:

    +6 Eli Manning

    +5 Jason Pierre-Paul

    +4 Kenny Phillips

    +3 Hakeem Nicks

    +2 Ahmad Bradshaw

    +1 Mathias Kiwanuka


  2. Jaguars hired former Bucs OC Greg Olson as assistant head coach/QBs.

    Allowed to walk after Raheem Morris was fired, Olson had also interviewed for the passing game/quarterbacks coach position in Chicago. Olson earned kudos for his development of Josh Freeman, but was forced to reel in the offense in 2011 to compensate for his QB's shaky decision-making. He'll have an even steeper challenge on his hands with Blaine Gabbert.

     

    Rotoworld


  3. Lee and Bruce.

     

    Also, fuck you guys for letting Bootsy Collins, Roger Waters, and John Paul Jones fall out of the running.

     

    Bootsy vs. Geddy Lee was pretty damn close, and considering you voted Geddy over Chris Squire, you must think highly of him. Roger Waters is great but there's no way he deserved to beat Entwistle last round. And I was sad to see JPJ go as well but can't complain with Bruce being the one to take him out.


  4. This is a lot different from the Trolls where we sucked asshole for 2 years. haha

     

    Nice change of pace, isn't it?

     

    Realistically speaking, as far as expectations go, we should have a national title-caliber team sophomore year. After all, we only lost one game this year with 22 starting freshmen. Going undefeated next year should get us in the NCG at the very least. Then for junior year, we will be an unstoppable force of soul destroyers playing at a level collegiate athletics has never before seen. Senior year, of course, will depend on exactly how many Crusaders bail for the NFL.


  5. New Falcons DC Mike Nolan plans to place an emphasis on the secondary in 2012, and potentially incorporate more nickel looks to defend against an increasingly pass-happy league.

    "The future looks like it’s going to be five starting DBs if these quarterbacks keep doing what they’re doing," said Nolan. "I think the secondary is one of the most important areas today, more than it was 15-20 years ago. ... There are probably more good quarterbacks in the league than there’s ever been. ... It’s really important to have a good secondary." Nolan's comments indicate that the Falcons will prioritize re-signing free agent CB Brent Grimes.

    Source: Atlanta Field Report


  6. Season Recap

     

    Final Coaches Poll

    1. Wisconsin (13-0)

    2. West Virginia (12-1)

    3. Oregon (12-1)

    4. Florida (12-2)

    5. Missouri (12-2)

    6. Oklahoma (12-2)

    7. Tennessee (11-2)

    8. Ohio State (10-3)

    9. USC (11-2)

    10. TGP (13-1)

     

    National Champions: Wisconsin Badgers

    Heisman Trophy Winner: Graham Harrell, QB, Texas Tech

     

    Player Statistics

     

    Passing

    J. Cuda: 294/504, 3,897 Yds, 7.7 YPA, 38 TD, 19 INT, 140.6 QB Rating

     

    Rushing

    R. Stark: 221 Car, 964 Yds, 4.3 YPC, 11 TD

    J. Cuda: 87 Car, 197 Yds, 2.2 YPC, 1 TD

     

    Receiving

    M. Matthews: 103 Rec, 1183 Yds, 11.4 YPC, 15 TD

    A. lolBangyfail: 64 Rec, 756 Yds, 11.8 YPC, 3 TD

    H. Powah: 38 Rec, 740 Yds, 19.4 YPC, 9 TD

    R. Stark: 32 Rec, 562 Yds, 17.5 YPC, 5 TD

     

    Blocking

    P. Manutz: 21 Pancakes, 9 Sacks Allowed

    T. Green: 21 Pancakes, 4 Sacks Allowed

    B. Towes: 16 Pancakes, 4 Sacks Allowed

    L. Virgil: 14 Pancakes, 5 Sacks Allowed

     

    Defensive

    M. Defense: 41 Tackles, 17 TFL, 8 Sacks, 3 FF, 1 FR, 2 Pass Def

    G. Eagle: 36 Tackles, 16 TFL, 4 Sacks, 8 Pass Def

    J. Beastmode: 32 Tackles, 13 TFL, 6 Sacks, 10 Pass Def

    A. Milsap: 22 Tackles, 13 TFL, 3 Sacks, 1 FR, 2 Pass Def

     

    R. Krawnka: 79 Tackles, 20 TFL, 5 Sacks, 3 INT, 2 FF, 8 Pass Def

    D. Enata: 70 Tackles, 14 TFL, 4 Sacks, 3 INT, 1 FR, 9 Pass Def

    S. Brock: 64 Tackles, 12 TFL, 2 Sacks, 4 INT, 1 FF, 2 Def TD, 7 Pass Def

     

    S. Stevenson: 51 Tackles, 7 TFL, 4 Sacks, 5 INT, 1 FF, 2 FR, 1 Def TD, 8 Pass Def

    D. Ryan: 36 Tackles, 4 INT, 1 FF, 2 FR, 10 Pass Def

    J. Maverick: 35 Tackles, 7 TFL, 2 Sacks, 4 INT, 2 FF, 1 FR, 1 Def TD, 18 Pass Def

    D. Miles: 19 Tackles, 5 INT, 1 FR, 12 Pass Def

     

    Kick Return

    A. lolBangyfail: 34 KR, 829 Yds, 24.3 Avg

    R. Stark: 13 KR, 261 Yds, 20.0 Avg

     

    Punt Return

    A. lolBangyfail: 45 PR, 328 Yds, 7.2 Avg


  7. FedEx Orange Bowl

    #12 TGP Crusaders (12-1) vs. #17 Cincinnati Bearcats (10-2)

     

    Scoring Summary

     

    1st Quarter

    10:35 - TD TGP - 9 yard pass from Cuda to Powah (Alexander kick), 7-0 TGP

    4:20 - TD TGP - 21 yard run by Stark (Alexander kick), 14-0 TGP

     

    2nd Quarter

    12:55 - TD TGP - 74 yard pass from Cuda to Powah (Alexander kick), 21-0 TGP

    5:21 - TD TGP - 77 yard interception return by Maverick (Alexander kick), 28-0 TGP

     

    3rd Quarter

    No Scoring

     

    4th Quarter

    3:34 - TD Cincinnati - 46 yard pass from Castillo to Oliver (Williams kick), 28-7 TGP

     

    Final Score: TGP 28, Cincinnati 7

     

    Player Statistics

     

    Passing

    J. Cuda: 9/10, 199 Yds, 2 TD, 0 INT

     

    Rushing

    R. Stark: 25 Car, 68 Yds (35 after contact), 2.7 YPC, 1 TD, 2 Fumbles

    J. Cuda: 4 Car, 27 Yds, 6.7 YPC, 2 Fumbles

     

    Receiving

    M. Matthews: 5 Rec, 62 Yds, 12.3 YPC, 1 Drop

    H. Powah: 2 Rec, 83 Yds, 2 TD

    A. lolBangyfail: 1 Rec, 21 Yds

     

    Blocking

    P. Manutz: 5 Pancakes, 0 Sacks Allowed

    B. Towes: 3 Pancakes, 0 Sacks Allowed

    T. Green: 1 Pancake, 0 Sacks Allowed

    M. Matthews: 1 Pancake

    L. Virgil: 0 Sacks Allowed

     

    Defensive

    G. Eagle: 3 Tackles, 3 TFL

    A. Milsap: 2 Tackles, 2 TFL, 1 Sack

    M. Defense: 1 Tackle

    J. Beastmode: 1 Tackle

     

    R. Krawnka: 4 Tackles, 1 TFL, 1 Pass Def

    S. Brock: 2 Tackles

    D. Enata: 1 Tackle

     

    S. Stevenson: 2 Tackles, 1 TFL, 1 Sack, 1 INT, 1 Pass Def

    J. Maverick: 2 Tackles, 2 INT

    D. Miles: 1 Tackle, 1 Pass Def

    D. Ryan: 1 Tackle

     

    Kick Return

    R. Stark: 2 KR, 26 Yds

     

    Punt Return

    A. lolBangyfail: 3 PR, 16 Yds

     

    Notes

     

    Well gentlemen, that was domination, pure and simple. Offensively, everything was clicking. Cuda only needed to throw 10 passes all game, but he was spot on with all 10 (one was dropped). Stark's stats may not be impressive but he was a weapon in space, resulting in several big runs. Defensively, we were just fucking awesome. Maverick's INT return for a TD was legendary (something Hester would do), and we held Cincinnati to 6 first downs, most of which came in garbage time, including the only 7 points they scored. The only negative was the 4 turnovers, all of which were fumbles.

     

    Congratulations, Crusaders, we are Orange Bowl champions! :rock:


  8. Really good hire by the Falcons to get Mike Nolan. I wonder if they'll be switching to the 3-4? If they could find themselves a nose tackle, they'd be pretty much set. Edwards-Lofton-Weatherspoon-Abraham woul be a hell of a LBer tandem...


  9. so, my guy's not listed in the progression, meaning I stayed the same?

     

    Yeah a few guys won't progress during the season, but don't worry; we'll all progress significantly in the offseason. And your guy is still playing well, which is most important.

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