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We're rolling along. Here's your teaser for this Friday's* chapter, the second of two offseason chapters.

 

*-will probably post it Thursday night again

 

 

 

Ch. 57 - Castles of Glass

 

The Knights and the league deal with fallout of Rose's release. Free agency transitions into contract extension season. Schneider deals with Harden's request for personnel control. The 2015 schedule comes out. The Knights enter the draft with a hole at cornerback.

 

Word Count: 6,227

 

 

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How do we know Malik Rose is black? :ooo:

 

 

Ok, football season starts Friday. Here's your teaser plus full schedule.

 

 

 

Ch. 58 - The New Jungle

 

After a tumultuous offseason, the Knights start their season with two home games against the Patriots and Ravens. Players adjust to a new season and, for some, new lives.

 

Word Count: 4,596

 

 

 

Los Angeles Knights 2015 Schedule

  1. :Pats: *
  2. :Ravens:
  3. @ :Browns:
  4. @ :Bears:
  5. :Broncos: [sNF]
  6. @ :Chargers: ***
  7. Bye Week
  8. :Bengals:
  9. @ :Steelers: [TNF]
  10. @ :Lions:
  11. :Vikings:
  12. :Chiefs: [sNF]
  13. :Packers: [MNF]
  14. @ :Colts:
  15. :Chargers:
  16. @ :Broncos:
  17. @ :Chiefs:

 

* - NFL Kickoff Game

*** - Game played in Wembley Stadium

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Ain't no white dude named Malik Rose fam

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I wonder with a collection of us there now in San Diego, I wonder if an early appearance for Daniels and Jaxson is on the cards

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Well, we're rolling along now. Here's your teaser plus standings plus stats!

 

Teaser & Standings:

 

 

Ch. 59 - Light the Road

 

Next up on the Knights' schedule are two road trips to Cleveland and Chicago, followed by their first divisional game, a Sunday Night Football match with the Broncos. The Knights' reshuffled secondary begins to reveal itself. Rifts begin between players. Phillips balances work and family.

 

Word Count: 5,469

 

 

Standings, after Week 2
AFC East AFC North AFC South AFC West
NE 2-0 CIN 2-0 JAX 1-1 DEN 2-0
NYJ 2-0 CLE 1-1 TEN 1-1 KC 1-1
BUF 1-1 PIT 1-1 HOU 0-2 LA 1-1
MIA 1-1 BAL 0-2 IND 0-2 SD 1-1
NFC East NFC North NFC South NFC West
DAL 2-0 GB 2-0 ATL 2-0 ARZ 2-0
WAS 1-1 MIN 1-1 CAR 2-0 STL 1-1
NYG 0-2 CHI 0-2 TB 1-1 SF 1-1
PHI 0-2 DET 0-2 NO 0-2 SEA 0-2

Stats:

QB Jonathan Maverick
vs. NE: 25/40, 302 yds, 2 TD, 1 INT
vs. BAL: 26/38, 292 yds, 2 TD, 2 INT
2015 Season: 51/78, 594 yds, 4 TD, 3 INT, 7.62 YPA
WR Da'Jamiroquai Jefferspin-Wilkes
vs. NE: 6 rec, 70 yds
vs. BAL: 7 rec, 95 yds, 1 TD
2015 Season: 13 rec, 165 yds, 12.7 YPC, 1 TD
WR Joseph Watson
vs. NE: 8 rec, 95 yds
vs. BAL: 4 rec, 52 yds
2015 Season: 12 rec, 147 yds, 12.3 YPC, 0 TD
TE Logan Bishop
vs. NE: 7 rec, 60 yds, 1 TD
vs. BAL: 3 rec, 35 yds
2015 Season: 10 rec, 95 yds, 1 TD
OLB Zack Grantzinger
vs. NE: 7 tackles
vs. BAL: 6 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 INT
2015 Season: 13 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 INT
ILB Briggs Randall
vs. NE: 11 tackles
vs. BAL: 12 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack
2015 Season: 23 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack

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Are we really about to hit the halfway point for regular-season chapters? We just got back. :( Anyway, here's your teaser plus stats and standings.

 

Teaser & Standings

 

 

Ch. 60 - The English Way

 

Next on the Knights' schedule is an international game at Wembley Stadium against the Chargers. Their 2-3 record, however, makes the trip feel like a must-win scenario, while the team deals with the logistical challenges of playing in London.

 

Word Count: 5,709

 

Standings, after Week 5

AFC East AFC North AFC South AFC West
NE 4-0 CIN 5-0 IND 3-2 DEN 5-0
NYJ 3-1 PIT 3-2 TEN 1-3 LA 2-3
BUF 3-2 CLE 2-3 HOU 1-4 SD 2-3
MIA 1-3 BAL 1-4 JAX 1-4 KC 1-4
NFC East NFC North NFC South NFC West
NYG 3-2 GB 5-0 ATL 5-0 ARZ 4-1
DAL 2-3 MIN 2-2 CAR 4-0 STL 2-3
PHI 2-3 CHI 2-3 TB 2-3 SEA 2-3
WAS 2-3 DET 0-5 NO 1-4 SF 1-4

 

 

 

Stats:

 

 

QB Jonathan Maverick
@CLE: 27/37, 357 yds, 4 TD, 1 INT
@CHI: 26/48, 262 yds, 2 TD, 0 INT
vDEN: 22/41, 249 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT
2015 Season: 126/204, 1462 yds, 10 TD, 5 INT, 7.17 YPA
WR Da'Jamiroquai Jefferspin-Wilkes
@CLE: 9 rec, 109 yds, 2 TD
@CHI: 6 rec, 92 yds, 1 TD
vDEN: 5 rec, 56 yds, 1 TD
2015 Season: 33 rec, 422 yds, 12.8 YPC, 5 TD
WR Joseph Watson
@CLE: 5 rec, 86 yds, 1 TD
@CHI: 6 rec, 61 yds
vDEN: 2 rec, 19 yds
2015 Season: 25 rec, 313 yds, 12.5 YPC, 1 TD
TE Logan Bishop
@CLE: 6 rec, 71 yds
@CHI: 4 rec, 65 yds
vDEN: 7 rec, 75 yds
2015 Season: 27 rec, 306 yds, 1 TD
OLB Zack Grantzinger
@CLE: 9 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack
@CHI: 5 tackles, 1 sack
vDEN: 9 tackles, 1 TFL
2015 Season: 36 tackles, 3 TFL, 2 sacks, 1 INT
ILB Briggs Randall
@CLE: 12 tackles, 1 FF
@CHI: 10 tackles
vDEN: 14 tackles, 1 TFL
2015 Season: 59 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack, 1 FF

 

 

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*nods to Cooper and Cassie* Bring extra toilet paper, boys. :yep:

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Ok, we're at the unofficial halfway-but-maybe-not-halfway point: five chapters down, five to go before the playoffs. The Knights are sitting at 3-3, but the standings show them very much in the wild card hunt. Be sure to check the stats to see just how much the passing game balled out in London.

 

Teaser & Standings:

 

 

Ch. 61 - Uneasy Lies

 

The Knights face two AFC North opponents after their bye week, a home game against Cincinnati where Harden coaches against Tom Everett and a trip to Pittsburgh for Thursday Night Football. Tensions rise between Harden and McKenzie. Javad begins his plan to get back at Phillips. The league's trade deadline causes some front office drama. Wilkes suffers when an old secret resurfaces. Watson tries to conquer his stuttering problem.

 

Word Count: 5,734

 

 

Standings, after Week 6

AFC East AFC North AFC South AFC West
NE 5-0 CIN 6-0 IND 3-3 DEN 6-0
NYJ 4-1 PIT 4-2 HOU 2-4 LA 3-3
BUF 3-3 CLE 2-4 TEN 1-4 SD 2-4
MIA 2-3 BAL 1-5 JAX 1-5 KC 1-5
NFC East NFC North NFC South NFC West
NYG 3-3 GB 6-0 CAR 5-0 ARZ 4-2
PHI 3-3 MIN 3-2 ATL 5-1 STL 2-3
DAL 2-3 CHI 2-4 TB 2-3 SF 2-4
WAS 2-4 DET 1-5 NO 2-4 SEA 2-4

 

 

 

Stats:

 

 

QB Jonathan Maverick
@SD: 30/44, 425 yds, 5 TD, 0 INT
2015 Season: 156/248, 1887 yds, 15 TD, 5 INT, 7.61 YPA
WR Da'Jamiroquai Jefferspin-Wilkes
@SD: 9 rec, 112 yds, 1 TD
2015 Season: 42 rec, 534 yds, 12.7 YPC, 6 TD
WR Joseph Watson
@SD: 6 rec, 128 yds, 1 TD
2015 Season: 31 rec, 441 yds, 14.2 YPC, 2 TD
TE Logan Bishop
@SD: 4 rec, 67 yds, 1 TD
2015 Season: 31 rec, 373 yds, 2 TD
OLB Zack Grantzinger
@SD: 6 tackles, 1 sack
2015 Season: 42 tackles, 3 TFL, 3 sacks, 1 INT
ILB Briggs Randall
@SD: 10 tackles, 1 sack, 1 INT
2015 Season: 69 tackles, 2 TFL, 2 sacks, 1 FF, 1 INT

 

 

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We got good stuff lined up this week, as Friday's chapter tips the scales at over 6,000 words (the 6th KoA chapter to cross that threshold, for those keeping score at home). Remember that while we're halfway through the regular season, we only have four regular season chapters left!

 

Teaser & Standings:

 

 

Ch. 62 - The Line That Divides

 

The Knights confront the possibility of a divided locker room, with two NFC North battles on the horizon: a trip to Detroit, and a home game against Minnesota. Wilkes continues to dodge his reading issues. Injuries start piling up. Farmers Field prepares to host Super Bowl 50.

 

Word Count: 6,021

 

 

Standings as of Week 9

AFC East AFC North AFC South AFC West
NE 8-0 CIN 7-1 IND 4-5 DEN 7-1
NYJ 5-3 PIT 5-4 HOU 3-5 LA 4-4
BUF 4-4 BAL 2-6 JAX 2-6 SD 3-5
MIA 3-5 CLE 2-7 TEN 2-6 KC 3-5
NFC East NFC North NFC South NFC West
NYG 5-4 GB 6-2 CAR 8-0 ARZ 6-2
PHI 4-4 MIN 6-2 ATL 6-3 STL 4-4
WAS 3-5 CHI 2-6 NO 4-5 SEA 4-4
DAL 2-6 DET 1-7 TB 3-5 SF 3-6

 

 

 

Stats:

 

 

QB Jonathan Maverick
vsCIN: 27/42, 327 yds, 4 TD, 1 INT
@PIT: 21/35, 256 yds, 1 TD, 2 INT
2015 Season: 204/325, 2470 yds, 20 TD, 8 INT, 7.60 YPA
WR Da'Jamiroquai Jefferspin-Wilkes
vsCIN: 9 rec, 98 yds, 1 TD
@PIT: 4 rec, 49 yds
2015 Season: 55 rec, 681 yds, 12.4 YPC, 7 TD
WR Joseph Watson
vsCIN: 8 rec, 141 yds, 1 TD
@PIT: 9 rec, 98 yds
2015 Season: 48 rec, 680 yds, 14.2 YPC, 3 TD
TE Logan Bishop
vsCIN: 3 rec, 23 yds
@PIT: 8 rec, 74 yds, 1 TD
2015 Season: 42 rec, 470 yds, 3 TD
OLB Zack Grantzinger
vsCIN: 7 tackles, 1 sack
@PIT: 7 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 FF
2015 Season: 56 tackles, 4 TFL, 4 sacks, 1 FF, 1 INT
ILB Briggs Randall
vsCIN: 9 tackles
@PIT: 11 tackles, 1 TFL
2015 Season: 89 tackles, 3 TFL, 2 sacks, 1 FF, 1 INT

 

 

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Sorry I'm a few days late, though I'm not sure anyone reads these. :( Three regular-season chapters to go.

 

Teaser & Standings:

 

 

Ch. 63 - Beverly Park

 

Consecutive wins have brought the Knights to 6-4, but next they face back-to-back primetime games: the division rival Chiefs on Sunday Night Football, and a Super Bowl XLIX rematch with the Packers on Monday Night Football. The front office looks toward the offseason, particularly the precarious situation with Flash. Phillips goes on the offensive in the war of attrition with Javad. Bishop's plan to combat the locker room divide is put into motion.

 

Word Count: 5,177

 

 

NFL Standings (after Week 11)

AFC East AFC North AFC South AFC West
NE 10-0 CIN 7-3 HOU 5-5 DEN 8-2
BUF 5-5 PIT 6-4 IND 5-5 LA 6-4
NYJ 5-5 BAL 3-7 JAX 4-6 SD 5-5
MIA 4-6 CLE 2-8 TEN 2-8 KC 4-6
NFC East NFC North NFC South NFC West
NYG 5-5 GB 7-3 CAR 10-0 ARZ 8-2
PHI 4-6 MIN 6-4 ATL 6-4 SEA 5-5
WAS 4-6 CHI 4-6 TB 5-5 STL 4-6
DAL 3-7 DET 2-8 NO 4-6 SF 3-7

 

 

 

Stats:

 

 

QB Jonathan Maverick
@DET: 22/39, 225 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT
vsMIN: 15/25, 151 yds, 1 TD, 0 INT
2015 Season: 241/389, 2846 yds, 22 TD, 9 INT, 7.32 YPA
WR Da'Jamiroquai Jefferspin-Wilkes
@DET: 5 rec, 59 yds
vsMIN: 0 rec, 1 2-pt conversion
2015 Season: 60 rec, 740 yds, 12.3 YPC, 7 TD
WR Joseph Watson
@DET: 6 rec, 72 yds
vsMIN: 3 rec, 25 yds, 2 carries, 28 yds
2015 Season: 57 rec, 777 yds, 13.6 YPC, 3 TD
TE Logan Bishop
@DET: 5 rec, 78 yds, 1 TD
vsMIN: 8 rec, 101 yds, 1 TD
2015 Season: 55 rec, 649 yds, 11.8 YPC, 5 TD
OLB Zack Grantzinger
@DET: 6 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1 INT, 1 defensive TD
vsMIN: 8 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack
2015 Season: 70 tackles, 6 TFL, 6.5 sacks, 1 FF, 2 INT
ILB Briggs Randall
@DET: 10 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FF
vsMIN: 12 tackles, 1 TFL
2015 Season: 111 tackles, 4 TFL, 3 sacks, 2 FF, 1 INT

 

 

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Two regular-season chapters left. Playoff push time! Be sure to check out the standings to see where the Knights stand. And there's lots of good stuff in the stats as well. Wilkes and Watson are about to go over 1,000 yards on the season, Bishop is on pace to fall just short of that mark, Grantzinger is close to double-digit sacks, etc.

 

Teaser & Standings:

 

 

Ch. 64 - Final Warning

 

First up on the Knights' December schedule is a road trip to Indianapolis for a potential Wild Card Round preview, then a monumental game: Malik Rose and the Chargers come to Farmers Field. Flash looks ahead to the offseason. The front office prepares for relocation bids to Los Angeles. The Phillips vs. Javad conflict comes to a head. Cooper and Sampson re-enter the narrative in what it ends up being a consequential conversation.

 

Word Count: 5,270

 

 

Standings (after Week 13)

AFC East AFC North AFC South AFC West
NE 11-1 CIN 9-3 HOU 6-6 DEN 10-2
NYJ 7-5 PIT 7-5 IND 6-6 LA 8-4
BUF 6-6 BAL 4-8 JAX 4-8 SD 6-6
MIA 5-7 CLE 2-10 TEN 3-9 KC 5-7
NFC East NFC North NFC South NFC West
NYG 5-7 GB 7-5 CAR 12-0 ARZ 10-2
PHI 5-7 MIN 7-5 ATL 6-6 SEA 7-5
WAS 5-7 CHI 5-7 TB 6-6 STL 4-8
DAL 4-8 DET 3-9 NO 4-8 SF 4-8

 

 

 

Stats:

 

 

QB Jonathan Maverick
vsKC: 20/35, 259 yds, 2 TD, 2 INT
vsGB: 25/38, 311 yds, 2 TD, 1 INT
2015 Season: 286/462, 3416 yds, 26 TD, 12 INT, 7.39 YPA
WR Da'Jamiroquai Jefferspin-Wilkes
vsKC: 6 rec, 89 yds, 1 TD
vsGB: 10 rec, 145 yds, 1 TD
2015 Season: 76 rec, 974 yds, 12.8 YPC, 9 TD
WR Joseph Watson
vsKC: 5 rec, 70 yds, 1 TD
vsGB: 7 rec, 96 yds, 1 TD
2015 Season: 69 rec, 943 yds, 13.7 YPC, 5 TD
TE Logan Bishop
vsKC: 6 rec, 52 yds
vsGB: 1 rec, 6 yds
2015 Season: 62 rec, 707 yds, 11.4 YPC, 5 TD
OLB Zack Grantzinger
vsKC: 5 tackles, 1 sack
vsGB: 6 tackles, 1.5 sacks
2015 Season: 81 tackles, 6 TFL, 9 sacks, 1 FF, 2 INT
ILB Briggs Randall
vsKC: 10 tackles, 1 TFL
vsGB: 10 tackles, 1 sack
2015 Season: 131 tackles, 5 TFL, 4 sacks, 2 FF, 1 INT

 

 

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Mav has thrown 11 TDs to 7 INTS since week 6 :shifty:

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Alright, down to the final regular season chapter of Part V. You guys know the drill: Knights miss the playoffs and it's over, they make it and we get a Wild Card chapter next week. (The Broncos have already clinched the West, so the Knights can't get a bye.)

 

Teaser & Standings:

 

 

Ch. 65 - Treatment

 

Closing out the Knights' regular season are consecutive divisional road games to Denver and Kansas City. Javad's story puts the Knights on the defensive, but Phillips goes on the offensive with Schneider. Maverick must confront Harden about dating Trisha. The Knights brace for a second franchise in Los Angeles.

 

Word Count: 6,477

 

 

Standings as of Week 15

AFC East AFC North AFC South AFC West
NE 13-1 CIN 10-4 HOU 7-7 DEN 11-3
NYJ 9-5 PIT 9-5 IND 5-8-1 LA 8-5-1
BUF 6-8 BAL 4-10 JAX 5-9 SD 8-6
MIA 5-9 CLE 3-11 TEN 3-11 KC 6-8
NFC East NFC North NFC South NFC West
WAS 7-7 GB 9-5 CAR 14-0 ARZ 12-2
NYG 6-8 MIN 8-6 ATL 7-7 SEA 9-5
PHI 6-8 CHI 5-9 TB 6-8 STL 6-8
DAL 4-10 DET 4-10 NO 5-9 SF 4-10

 

 

 

Stats:

 

 

QB Jonathan Maverick
@IND: 22/43, 223 yds, 0 TD, 2 INT
vsSD: 23/36, 252 yds, 0 TD, 0 INT
2015 Season: 331/541, 3891 yds, 26 TD, 14 INT, 7.19 YPA
WR Da'Jamiroquai Jefferspin-Wilkes
@IND: 5 rec, 56 yds
vsSD: 2 rec, 10 yds
2015 Season: 83 rec, 1040 yds, 12.5 YPC, 9 TD
WR Joseph Watson
@IND: 5 rec, 65 yds
vsSD: 6 rec, 71 yds
2015 Season: 80 rec, 1079 yds, 13.5 YPC, 5 TD
TE Logan Bishop
@IND: 4 rec, 39 yds
vsSD: 10 rec, 108 yds
2015 Season: 76 rec, 854 yds, 11.2 YPC, 5 TD
OLB Zack Grantzinger
@IND: 7 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack
vsSD: 5 tackles, 0.5 sack
2015 Season: 93 tackles, 7 TFL, 10.5 sacks, 1 FF, 2 INT
ILB Briggs Randall
@IND: 11 tackles, 1 TFL
vsSD: 10 tackles
2015 Season: 152 tackles, 6 TFL, 4 sacks, 2 FF, 1 INT

 

 

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PSA: Due to Hurricane Matthew, I may need to post this week's chapter sometime tomorrow, Thursday, instead of Friday morning.

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You're all welcome in advance. :smug:

 

In all seriousness, stay safe, Steven. :yep:

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Welp, there's no more KoA for a while, but I do have some end-of-year standings and stats for you guys, plus an important announcement regarding the fate of KoA.

 

Standings:

 

 

Final 2015 Standings

AFC East AFC North AFC South AFC West
NE 13-3 CIN 11-5 HOU 9-7 DEN 12-4
NYJ 10-6 PIT 10-6 IND 7-8-1 LA 9-6-1
BUF 8-8 BAL 5-11 JAX 5-11 SD 8-8
MIA 6-10 CLE 3-13 TEN 3-13 KC 8-8
NFC East NFC North NFC South NFC West
WAS 9-7 MIN 10-6 CAR 15-1 ARZ 13-3
PHI 7-9 GB 9-7 ATL 8-8 SEA 10-6
NYG 6-10 DET 6-10 NO 7-9 STL 7-9
DAL 4-12 CHI 6-10 TB 6-10 SF 5-11

 

 

 

Stats:

 

 

QB Jonathan Maverick
@DEN: 24/35, 265 yds, 2 TD, 0 INT
@KC: 27/40, 276 yds, 2 TD, 1 INT
2015 Season: 382/616 (62.0%), 4432 yds, 30 TD, 15 INT, 7.19 YPA
WR Da'Jamiroquai Jefferspin-Wilkes
@DEN: 8 rec, 103 yds, 1 TD
@KC: 9 rec, 95 yds, 1 TD
2015 Season: 100 rec, 1238 yds, 12.4 YPC, 11 TD
WR Joseph Watson
@DEN: 6 rec, 91 yds
@KC: 7 rec, 74 yds
2015 Season: 93 rec, 1244 yds, 13.4 YPC, 5 TD
TE Logan Bishop
@DEN: 4 rec, 36 yds, 1 TD
@KC: 6 rec, 63 yds, 1 TD
2015 Season: 86 rec, 953 yds, 11.1 YPC, 7 TD
OLB Zack Grantzinger
@DEN: 6 tackles, 2 sacks
@KC: 5 tackles, 1 TFL
2015 Season: 104 tackles, 8 TFL, 12.5 sacks, 1 FF, 2 INT
ILB Briggs Randall
@DEN: 12 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack, 1 INT
@KC: 11 tackles
2015 Season: 175 tackles, 7 TFL, 5 sacks, 2 FF, 2 INT

 

 

 

Announcement:

 

 

First, just to be clear, Part V is over. The Knights miss the playoffs. The season is over. Regarding Part VI...

 

Barring any sudden changes, Part VI will indeed be the final season of Knights of Andreas. There was a lenghty gap between the conclusion of Part IV and Part V's debut because I wanted to take my time in planning out the conclusion of the series. So far, everything is going according to plan.

 

I don't have a date for Part VI's first chapter yet, but you'll be happy to know I've already written a good chunk of it and outlined the entire thing.

 

And so we wait...

 

 

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86/953/7. Surely those are Pro-Bowl numbers, right?

 

Also:

 

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86/953/7. Surely those are Pro-Bowl numbers, right?

 

Here are the slashes for TEs who made the Pro Bowl IRL 2015:

 

Tyler Eifert: 52/615/13

Delanie Walker: 94/1008/6

Travis Kelce: 72/875/5

Gary Barnidge: 79/1043/9

 

 

Also: my internet is bad. I am unaware of the significance of that meme...

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Means the same as HE´S WAITING.

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Shit I just wanted an appearance from Jaxson. seems he's been completely written out :troll:

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So, I'll put this out there to you guys...where does this season rank, for you, as readers?

 

As a writer I think I could confidently say 4 > 3 > 2 > 1, but I'm not sure where to place 5.

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5 is equal to 4 for me. Some absolutely brilliant writing and some of your best was in 5 even though the Knights fell apart.

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Gonna throw this out there, as it's one of the major decisions I'm facing regarding Part VI...

 

Epilogue or nah?

 

Part VI is going to cover the 2016 season. The concept for the epilogue would be a summary of the next ten-ish years, just detailing how the Knights did record-wise with this core of players. So, do you guys want that, or would you prefer the narrative to end after this season, leaving the 2017 season and beyond to our imagination?

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