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  1. Official Yankees Thread

    With expanded September rosters, an impressive left-handed arm who can pitch multiple innings could be a sensible Yankees call-up. With a mid-90s fastball, Tarpley has the heat that seemingly each Yankees pitching prospect possesses. Where he separates himself is a hard sinker that keeps batted balls on the ground and in the ballpark — a valuable commodity for a southpaw who could face a lot of left-handed hitters in Yankee Stadium with its short porch. https://nypost.com/2018/08/19/long-road-for-yankees-prospect-could-end-with-ultimate-reward/
  2. An interesting discussion....... https://cheeseheadtv.com/blog/clone-of-pack-a-day-podcast-episode-24-packers-fantasy-football-preview-126?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

    .......and choking is a surety
  4. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    Make note and update your records accordingly..... The Eagles’ greatest hits album has moonwalked past Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” to become history’s best-selling album of all-time. The Recording Industry Association of America told The Associated Press on Monday that the Eagles’ album — “Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975” — is now certified 38x platinum, which means sales and streams of the album have reached 38 million copies. The album was released in 1976 and pushes Jackson’s “Thriller,” which is 33x platinum, to second place.
  5. Wide Receiver Outlook

    I've got the answer to all our angst........ Trade Kumerow to CLE for Josh Gordon
  6. Wide Receiver Outlook

    Lucas? Lucas who? Oh....thats right. The O lineman
  7. NFL News & Notes

    ESPN's breakout players for the NFC North: Green Bay - Kenny Clark The 2016 first-round pick went the first 26 games of his NFL career without a sack. Then something clicked, and he posted 4.5 sacks in his next five games. The Packers believe the athletic defensive tackle will pick up where he left off last season. The addition of Muhammad Wilkerson to the D-line along with the productive Mike Daniels and new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine's creative scheme should also free up Clark to make more big plays. Minnesota - Brandon Zylstra The Vikings liked the former CFL standout so much that they signed him to a futures deal in early January. Among a deep crop of receivers battling for spots not belonging to Adam Thielen, Stefon Diggs and Laquon Treadwell, Zylstra sticks out as a player whose physical tools and route precision could earn him an important role. The Minnesota native led the CFL with 100 catches for 1,687 yards and eight touchdowns in 2017 and appears to be a lock for the 53-man roster. Detroit - Kenny Dolladay The second-year pro is healthy after a rookie year that saw him miss a handful of games with a hamstring injury. He's working with the ones and offers the Lions a second deep threat with exceptional leaping ability, along with veteran Marvin Jones. With Eric Ebron off in Indianapolis, Golladay's target share should open up, and he has the skill and the catch radius to become a dynamic performer. A 700- to 750-yard season is not unrealistic for Golladay, which would be a good year in an offense that had two 1,000-yard receivers in 2017. Chicago - Anthony Miller The Bears have several new wide receivers, including free agents Allen Robinson and Taylor Gabriel. But second-round pick Miller, in the slot, has shown in camp he could make an impact early and often with excellent hands and crisp routes.
  8. ?? Jeff Janis is not on either the GBPs or TN. If you're looking for Janis stats - you need to be looking at CLE games.
  9. ?? Thats a link to Packers/Titans stats....and Janis isnt in there either....for obvious reasons.
  10. When: Friday, August 24th @ 10:30PM EST Where: Oakland Coliseum, Oakland Will Khalil be hopping a flight back to Green Bay?
  11. I guess - but ESPN must've missed them cause he doesnt show up in the Box Score. http://www.espn.com/nfl/boxscore?gameId=401030992
  12. Wide Receiver Outlook

    Agree with this - and I wouldnt have a problem KEEPING Davis. Again - I was hopeful he's pickup and show his WR'ing skills. I think he's got talents there - but that looks like opportunity lost at this stage. Plus - to accentuate @AlexGreen#20 - point (which I'd also raised) - the lack of turnovers on ST's matters. Bottom line - I'm just not sold on Kumerow. We've yet to see him against #1 DBs where he could quickly and right before our eyes revert back to PS Kumerow. I'll take Allison over him and keep all the rookies.