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at Nov 22, 2014 1:44:21 PM
Welcome Leone' Williams, I see you are " Former Boss at Petal Faire Nursery". I thought you owned it? We are very happy to have a person with such extensive knowledge of our indigenous flora in the group. We are all looking forward to your contribution( no pressure! ). Andy de Wet
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at Nov 22, 2014 1:43:32 PM
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SATURDAY sees the year's final PDC ProTour weekend kick off with Players Championship 19 at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.

The 128-player tournament offers a £50,000 prize fund for PDC Tour Card Holders and PDPA Associate Members.

The tournament is the first of a double-header across the weekend in Coventry, which is the last on the PDC ProTour ahead of the Cash Converters Players Championship Finals and William Hill World Darts Championship.

The draw will be made at 11am following the close of registration, with play commencing at 12pm. All games are the best of 11 legs.

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Follow live scores from selected matches at the PDC Live Scores Website,

Results can be followed throughout the day below and via the@PDCResults Twitter feed.

Players Championship 19
Saturday November 22, Ricoh Arena, Coventry
First Round
Gary Anderson BYE
Gerwyn Price 6-4 Pete Dyos
Ben Ward 6-2 Paul Nicholson
Colin Lloyd 6-5 Steve West
Terry Jenkins 6-1 Ryan de Vreede
Johnny Haines 6-3 David Dodds
Stephen Bunting 6-4 Wayne Jones
Paul Amos v Michael Barnard
Josh Payne 6-5 Justin Pipe
Andy Jenkins 6-3 Ryan Harrington
Ian Moss 6-4 Darren Webster
Stuart White v Ross Smith
Simon Whitlock 6-3 Matthew Edgar
John Henderson 6-2 Joe Lacey
Jamie Bain 6-0 Kevin Painter
Arron Monk v Tomas Seyler
Peter Wright 6-1 James Hubbard
Peter Hudson 6-1 Dan Russell
Benito van de Pas 6-2 Wayne Pepper
Matt Clark v Mark Webster
Kim Huybrechts 6-4 Mark Barilli
Glenn Spearing 6-2 Richie Howson
Wes Newton 6-2 Kurt Parry
Kyle Anderson v Mickey Mansell
Robert Thornton 6-4 Ricky Evans
Dennis Smith 6-3 Terry Temple
Ryan Palmer 6-4 Jamie Lewis
Scott Mackenzie v Ronny Huybrechts
Ian White 6-1 Keegan Brown
Darren Johnson 6-3 Magnus Caris
Jamie Caven 6-2 Mark Frost
Chris Aubrey 6-4 Jason Hogg
Brendan Dolan BYE
Conan Whitehead 6-5 Nigel Heydon
Christian Kist v Ron Meulenkamp
Rowby-John Rodriguez 6-2 Joe Murnan
Steve Beaton 6-4 Mark Forman
Matt Padgett 6-4 Mark Walsh
Andy Hamilton Mark Dudbridge
Brett Claydon v Jeff Batham
Mervyn King 6-5 James Richardson
John Bowles 6-4 Stuart Kellett
Andy Smith 6-3 Connie Finnan
Andy Parsons v Darron Brown
Vincent van der Voort v Steve Douglas
Daryl Gurney 6-3 Jerry Hendriks
Andrew Gilding 6-1 Ian McFarlane
Kevin Dowling v John Part
James Wade 6-4 Gary Stone
Steve Brown 6-3 David Ladley
Jelle Klaasen 6-5 Kevin McDine
Steve Hine v Jyhan Artut
Adrian Lewis 6-3 Kevin Thomas
David Pallett 6-4 Joey Ten Berge
Ronnie Baxter 6-2 Robert Owen
Colin Osborne v Steve Grubb
Michael Smith 6-4 Antonio Alcinas
Jim Walker 6-2 Tony Newell
Raymond van Barneveld 6-1 Nick Fullwell
Jason Lovett 6-1 Joe Cullen
Dave Chisnall 6-3 Adam Hunt
Mick Todd 6-2 Marc Dewsbury
Dean Winstanley 6-2 Ross Twell
William O'Connor v Brian Woods

Second Round
Gary Anderson v Gerwyn Price
Ben Ward v Colin Lloyd
Terry Jenkins v Johnny Haines
Stephen Bunting v (TBC)
Josh Payne v Andy Jenkins
Ian Moss v (TBC)
Simon Whitlock v John Henderson
Jamie Bain v (TBC)
Peter Wright v Peter Hudson
Benito van de Pas v (TBC)
Kim Huybrechts v Glenn Spearing
Wes Newton v (TBC)
Robert Thornton v Dennis Smith
Ryan Palmer v (TBC)
Ian White v Darren Johnson
Jamie Caven v Chris Aubrey
Brendan Dolan v Conan Whitehead
(TBC) v Rowby-John Rodriguez
Steve Beaton v Matt Padgett
(TBC) v (TBC)
Mervyn King v John Bowles
Andy Smith v (TBC)
(TBC) v Daryl Gurney
Andrew Gilding v (TBC)
James Wade v Steve Brown
Jelle Klaasen v (TBC)
Adrian Lewis v David Pallett
Ronnie Baxter v (TBC)
Michael Smith v Jim Walker
Raymond van Barneveld v Jason Lovett
Dave Chisnall v Mick Todd
Dean Winstanley v (TBC)
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at Nov 22, 2014 1:38:11 PM
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Nick Dee commented at Nov 22, 2014 1:39:40 PM
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at Nov 22, 2014 1:36:35 PM
SJAA Football All-League 2014
Most Valuable Player Priest Jennings 12 Chavez
Offensive Player of the Year Lavante Bushnell 11 Stagg
Defenisve Player of the Year Noah Faatau 11 Bear Creek
Offensive Back of the Year Osai Brown 11 McNair
Defensive Back of the Year Darius Livingston 11 Bear Creek
Offensive Lineman of the Year Tristen Taylor 12 Stagg
Defensive Lineman of the Year Tevita Esau 11 Bear Creek
Punter of the Year Craig Perkins 12 Bear Creek
Kicker of the Year Roberto Saucedo 11 Stagg
Scholar Player of the Year Julius Davila 12 Chavez
Coach of the Year John Ward Chavez
1st Team Offense
Quarterback Sean Buligon 12 Edison

Running Back Chris Chappell 12 Franklin
Lester Williams 12 Stagg
Tight-End Danny Lopez 11 Chavez
Austin Sith 10 McNair
Wide Receiver Michael Thompson 11 Stagg
Derrion Grim 11 McNair
Offensive Line Angelo Chavez 12 Bear Creek
Augie Acosta 12 Chavez
Tylor Cornwell 12 Stagg
Angel Meza 12 Chavez
Mike Chhoy 12 McNair
Utility Kiante Bell 12 Edison
Sean Hamilton 11 McNair
1st Team Defense
Defensive Line Kalon Williams 11 Chavez
Denzal Brown 11 Franklin
Miquan Maxey 10 McNair
Linebackers Jeffrey Valverde 12 Stagg
Craig Perkins 12 Bear Creek
Seth Santos 12 McNair
JaQuan Williams 12 Edison
Tramaine Williams 12 Chavez
Defensive Backs Sergio Fernandez 12 Chavez
Benjamin Reece 12 Bear Creek
Robert Aguilar 11 Chavez
Cutrell Haywood 10 Stagg
2nd Team Offense
Quarterback Brice Weber 12 Bear Creek
Running Backs Franklin Reeves 11 Stagg
Pedro Segura 12 Bear Creek
William Lewis 12 Edison
Terrance Ritzow 11 Chavez
Steven Rosales 12 Bear Creek
Tight-End Sean Hamilton 11 McNair
Tyrone Tyrone 12 Chavez
Wide Receivers Lamar Housely 12 Chavez
James Reed 12 Chavez
Offensive Line Thomas Torres 12 Chavez
Alex Barajas 11 Stagg
Vincent Grimaldi 12 Bear Creek
Angel Vazquez 12 Stagg
Aaron Nhorn 11 McNair
2nd Team Defense
Defensive Line Tino Glover 11 Franklin
Aaron Patrick 12 Stagg
Michael Roy 11 McNair
Linebacker James Rankins 12 Chavez
Emmanuel Zaragoza 11 McNair
Seth Tennis 10 McNair
Keith Dosier 11 Chavez
DeAngelo Harris 10 Edison
Johnathan Phillips 11 Stagg
Defensive Backs Darryl Kapule 12 Chavez
Daniel Ruiz 11 Stagg
Steven Hill 12 Bear Creek
Honorable Mention
Andy Vang Bear Creek
Johnny Larez
Nick Kiel
Jonathan Bondoc
Antonio Lopez
Jake Stewart
Dominik Lowrance
Nickolas Rosiles Chavez
Serri Galloway
Luis Barajas
Marcos Sanchez
Tomiwa Ologundudu
Deon White
Devon King Edison
Alexander Woods
Jonathan Trejo
Richley Gatewood
Jaelin Ivy
Gerardo Maciel
Brandon Frausto Franklin
DeShane Muldrew
Jerry Forson
David Camel Boyd
Greg Dorners
Mark Martinez
Shaqur Van Hook McNair
Sharif Van Hook
Desmond Bague
Semise Palefau
Sosifate Palefau
Kameron Davis
Samuel Belasco Stagg
Maurell Robinson
James Green
Richard Santos
Jalend Dinwiddie
Khen Ouk

Final Standings League Overall Special 1st Team 2nd Team HM
Chavez 4-1 7-3 3 7 8 6
Stagg 3-2 4-6 3 5 6 6
McNair 3-2 4-6 1 6 5 6
Bear Creek 3-2 4-6 4 3 5 7
Edison 2-3 3-7 0 3 2 6
Franklin 0-5 1-9 0 2 1 6
Totals: 11 26 27 37
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Sue Webb
at Nov 22, 2014 1:31:08 PM
Had a great night, thank's to Ady Cattley for asking me to double deck with him & thanks to Steve and Andy for allowing me on their decks. Thanks to Sharon, for just being Sharon love you all to bits.

My Playlist for 21st November - Montgom Hall, Wath-upon-Dearne

The Ovations - Pretty Little Angel - Goldwax
The Invitations - They SayThe Girls Crazy - Silver Blue
Larry Houston Let's Spend Some Time Together - HFMP
Archie Bell & the Drells - Dancing to your Music - Glades
William Bell & Carla Thomas - I Need You Woman - Stax
Bobby Hebb - Love Love Love - Philips
Jeff Barry - I'll Still Love You - Red Bird
The Temptations - Loneliness Made Me Realize - Tamla
The Sweet Delights - Baby Be Mine - Atco
Cooking on 3 Burners - This Girl
Len Wade - The Night the Angels Cried - United Artists

Also a big thanks to the crowd for listening and having a dance,and all the compliments, made my night. Thank you xxxx
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Trev Whitley commented at Nov 22, 2014 1:34:49 PM
        top playlist xx
Sue Webb commented at Nov 22, 2014 1:40:32 PM
        Thank Trev. x
Sharon Rigby commented at Nov 22, 2014 1:40:35 PM
        Sue thank you. you and Ady did a brilliant double deck spot we had plenty of positive feed back xxxx
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        Thats good to know. xx
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You probably know this already Ken and Linda but I know you go there so thought I'd share it with you. June x
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Be warned! If you are near a border to abroad but are not crossing it, you will probably be charged roaming fees on your mobile phone unless you set to manual in the settings.
We were at South Stack Holyhead North Wales (UK!) and have been charged as if we were over the sea in Eire. Luckily I was alerted by the message I got and changed my settings and was only charged £1.66, which O2 have refunded. Andy didn't think he needed to and his bill is double what it usually is. June x
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Lorine Zineb Nora Talhaoui, 31, for Sweden and Europe forever known as Loreen, now two and a half years' distance to the victory in the Eurovision Song Contest with "Euphoria". She has, quite deliberately, moved on.
It is probably wise. History shows that it is almost impossible to run with the speed of a Eurovision win and build a lasting artistic achievement on it. Better to take advantage of the space and the exposure and create something of their own.
- But I love 'Euphoria' still. Its almost impossible to play it in the usual way at my concerts. I sing it just for yourself, I let the audience sing instead of me, with me, says Loreen when Sydsvenskan reaches her in Stockholm.
With the premiere on Wednesday, she will now make Christmas show at Moriskan in Malmo.
- And I had absolutely no thought. But they explained the concept to me, what they wanted to do, and I had to realize this ... that I would actually be able to think of doing. Although I do not see myself as a classical julmänniska I love togetherness that Christmas can bring.
The timing is lousy. Loreen has been busy with other things, "insanely great", she says, and plans to release a new album next year. The music sounds different from before, Loreen steels itself for the width of the reactions, the fans will love or hate, her prognosis.
We are currently finishing of everything from music to the cover art and video recording. Much of it takes place in London, where some of the team around Loreen work.
- But is it right then it is right. Would I do anything further, my work with the disk, then it was this. Something that feels worth the effort, something that can develop me as a creator. On Moriskan I will have the space to create something, like a painting. For me it is very important. I will not only put me there and draw some sing back-track. It will be an experience, something with quality, something a music and art lover can remember, says Loreen.
Parts of the project are still unclear, although the premiere approaches. And that's the point. It must - it has Loreen demanded from the beginning - is a measure of hotheaded at Moriskan husband and emcee Nour El-Refai and others involved in the production.
- We need to think theatrically. The venue is very special, the scream after that. Should it be really good and fine tuning things must have changed there. The feeling every day saying something to me, this particular audience, I want to give this particular. Then we'll do it.
The press release talks about acrobatics and cabaret, and DJ gigs well into the night. Not just an ordinary Christmas show, in other words.
- But improvisation, we must not forget. When I think I can hear what we're doing, then it becomes a different quality if it comes from within, and agree with the sentiment.
Someone directly julmänniska is Loreen not. She likes American Swing and big band classics, Christmas songs with impressive arrangements, such as Andy Williams or Frank Sinatra could do. But this will be something else.
- A little more "arty-farty", haha. And I like that. There needs to think outside the box and do something else, even at Christmas.
She has sometimes described the live music experience as a joint performance, as an artist and musician and audience create together.
- Yes, I like that image. It gives me a lot more when the affinity arises, but that I stand there and do my own thing and not inviting. I love it when people come together and sing something together. Are there thousands of people in the room, then it's no longer about me.
It's a bit early to think about Christmas yet, but Loreen has still two ideas of what she desires.
- I want a Maschine, a drum machine, but I would call it one for an electronic instrument ... And on the spiritual plane, I wish me new insights. If I can get that would be great!
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NFL Week 12 Picks: The Incredible Shrinking Seahawks: Riffs, rants, observations and dissenting opinions from the voices in my head: Here's a warped and dented take on this weekend's games, featuring extra Batman references and Ice Station Zebra parodies. Note: All times listed are Eastern, lines are via Odds Shark and game capsules are listed in the order you should read them. Cardinals at Seahawks Sunday, 4:05 p.m. Line: Seahawks -7.5 One day, you're wondering who would win a battle between the Seahawks and the 1985 Bears, or a robot army, or the Justice League of America. A few months later, you are wondering if the Seahawks have what it takes to beat Drew Stanton. Life is funny. What we saw in February was no mirage. The 2013 Seahawks sized up one of the best offenses in NFL history in the Super Bowl, sawed off its top branches, chopped it down, ground its stump, filled its root base with topsoil, planted a garden where it once stood and built a cozy cabin out of its remains. The Super Bowl was no one-game fluke; it was a continuation of the near-historic level of excellence that began (give-or-take) in December 2012 and extended through the season opener this year. If you did not pencil the Seahawks in as likely repeat champions from the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl through the first week of September, you certainly had them locked in for 12 wins and some serious playoff damage. The Seahawks could still technically win 12 games, but they are more likely to flat-out miss the postseason. Football Outsiders gives the Seahawks just a 43.5 percent chance of reaching the playoffs, well below the Cardinals (97.1 percent). The Seahawks now have just a 2.0 percent chance of winning the Super Bowl, weaker odds than … shudder … the Dolphins (2.1 percent). The Seahawks have shrunk to mortal size little by little since February. Their free agent losses, from Golden Tate to Red Bryant and Chris Clemons, were noteworthy but not crippling. The lack of a first-round pick seemed like no big deal for such a talented young roster. One by one, the injuries mounted: Zach Miller, Brandon Mebane, Max Unger. The Percy Harvin trade (and subsequent rumor-mongering) made all the headlines, but the real problem was quieter: week by week, the Seahawks kept losing a little more of what made them THE SEAHAWKS. Without Mebane last Sunday, they could not stop Jamaal Charles. Without Unger in the fourth quarter, they could not run the ball. With young Pro Bowlers still sprinkled all over the roster, what's left is still a playoff-caliber team. But it's just a playoff-caliber team, nothing more. The Cardinals, meanwhile, are the worst 9-1 team ever, according to Football Outsiders' DVOA metric. Don't send me angry Tweets until you click the link and read the charts: the Cardinals are in some good company. The 2012 Falcons are right beside them, and they came within a few plays of the Super Bowl. But we're talking about a team with a backup quarterback who has eight career starts under center, whose leading rusher (Andre Ellington) averages 3.4 yards per carry and whose sack leader (Alex Okafor) has five. Calling them weak by the standards of a .900 winning percentage is an understatement. The Cardinals have been consistent and resilient, getting some amazing next-man-up performances from the fringes of their bench, but we are past the "pesky little team" point of the season and must start evaluating the Cardinals as a playoff contender. The Cardinals fail the stat test and the name recognition test, yet despite the analytic pessimism, Football Outsiders gives them a 10.7 percent chance of winning the Super Bowl—five times the Seahawks' chances. Every win not only improves the Cardinals chances but hurts the 49ers and Seahawks chances, stacking the NFC playoffs with opponents that have not looked immortal this calendar year. Those playoff odds should change this week. A journeyman backup is facing the Seahawks secondary in Seattle. Injuries in the trenches and defections among the receivers aside, do we really have to question the results? We do, which is a clear sign of just how far the mighty have fallen. Prediction: Seahawks 22, Cardinals 20 Lions at Patriots Sunday, 1 p.m. Line: Patriots -7.5 The Patriots have notched some convincing wins over challenging opponents this season, but most have been familiar foes: Peyton Manning, the Colts, the Jets in this is our Super Bowl mode, the pre-intimidated for your convenience Bengals. It's like Batman preparing for the umpteenth breakout at Arkham Asylum. Let's see, I need an antidote for Joker laughing gas, a bunch of coins to throw at Two-Face, something to slice through Bane's steroid tubes, shark repellent for when I am inevitably fed to sharks, and extra-special protection for when I meet Catwoman (scratch ointment, you creeper). This should take about 90 minutes. The Patriots face an all-new rogue's gallery in the next two weeks. They have not met the Lions or Packers since 2010. They won both meetings four years ago, but Shaun Hill and Matt Flynn were the quarterbacks. Amazingly, Tom Brady has never faced Matthew Stafford or Aaron Rodgers. Brady-Rodgers is next week's duel to end all duels. Brady versus the Lions defense is the matchup to watch this week. The Lions defense ranks first in the NFL in Football Outsiders' DVOA and has not given up more than 24 points all season. Brady's traditional weakness is a defensive front that can apply pressure without much blitz-and-stunt gingerbread, and the Lions defense is similar enough to the Dolphins and Chiefs defenses (though the Chiefs have many more wrinkles) to use their success as a blueprint. The Patriots don't need a signature Tom Brady performance to win. With Darrelle Revis sounding focused and motivated this week (it was bound to happen sometime), they can shut down a Lions offense making its annual descent into Megatron-or-bust territory. Jonas Gray can swing into action like Robin if Batman is coping with a mini-slump; like the real Batman, Brady has a lot of Robins, and LeGarrette Blount just returned to do his Jason Todd routine. Unlike their archrivals in Denver, the Patriots can shift gears and grind out a win. But it won't be easy, and the next two weeks will determine if the Patriots are not just ready for tougher challenges, but different challenges. Prediction: Patriots 23, Lions 17 Dolphins at Broncos Sunday, 4:25 p.m. Line: Broncos -7.5 Dolphins defensive tackle Jared Odrick made smart use of his mini-bye after the Thursday night win against the Bills: He spent a few days in the high-altitude town of Randolph, Utah. What did he do? "Shoot coyote, eat good food, went up into the mountains, hiked a little bit," he told the Miami Herald. What better way to prepare for Peyton Manning in Denver than a Rocky Mountain coyote hunt? The coyote is not speedy, like the roadrunner. It is not rascally, like the rabbit. It's wily, like Peyton Manning. As winter approaches, the coyote also gets territorial, and so do the Broncos: They must protect their home-field advantage now if they hope to preserve it in January. The wise hunter gets used to the thin air and prepares for crafty quarry. Manning must get used to a depleted supporting cast. Emmanuel Sanders (concussion), Julius Thomas (ankle) and Montee Ball (groin) are in various probabilities of availability for Sunday, none of them very high. Backups like Ronnie Hillman and Virgil Green are just returning from injuries, meaning Manning may rely on old standby Jacob Tamme, newcomer rookie Kapri Bibbs and any other weapons he can find in the Acme catalog. The Dolphins are a better version of the Rams team that upset the Broncos last week: stout front seven, diverse offensive weapons, shaky line, an almost pathological unwillingness to throw more than 15 yards down the field. Picking the Dolphins to keep things close on Sunday and build a late-season run out of Jets and Vikings games is perfectly reasonable. But picking them to out-fox the coyote (and John Fox) in its home territory would be a little daffy. Prediction: Broncos 26, Dolphins 20 Cowboys at Giants Sunday, 8:30 p.m. Line: Cowboys -3 An anonymous NFL insider with ties to the Giants provided Game Previews with the following insights about the team as they try to snap a five-game losing streak and make some tough decisions about rebuilding. He insisted, however, that his identity remain completely secret: On Tom Coughlin: "He should be fired." Eli Manning: "I roll my eyes when I hear his name. He's not a leader. He should be cut." Perry Fewell: "I may not be an expert on defense like my twin brother, but I know a bad coach when I see one. Fired." Rookie Andre Williams: "Reminds me a lot of Ron Dayne, a great collegiate runner who was unable to win a starting job from m … I mean, unable to win a starting job. They need an all-purpose runner who can provide 2,390 scrimmage yards per year, in addition to being a Renaissance Man who is about so much more than football. But not Rashad Jennings. Someone balder." Antrel Rolle: "Spends a lot of time talking to the media, holding teammates accountable, and self-promoting. That sort of behavior stopped being charming precisely at the end of the 2006 season." The Cowboys play their first of three games in twelve days on Sunday, traveling from New York to Dallas (Eagles on Thanksgiving) to Chicago in a marathon that will go a long way toward determining their playoff fortunes. When we asked our completely anonymous and 100 percent unidentifiable insider, who may or may not have first-hand knowledge of the running back position, whether DeMarco Murray could handle 75-80 touches in just twelve games, he responded: "Hey, you know anyone who works in television? One of the major networks, preferably? I'm looking for a real gig, no more guest-judging for cooking competitions like a C-lister. Let me give you my resume. I am not sure Matt Lauer's contact information is up to date, but still …" Prediction: Giants 27, Cowboys 20 Rams at Chargers Sunday, 4:05 p.m. Line: Chargers -5 We've reached the point in the Rams season where all hope is lost, yet the team goes on a late-season run where we all marvel at their young talent. The Rams won three straight games after starting 3-6-1 in 2012, and we marveled at Robert Quinn, Chris Givens and Janoris Jenkins. They went 4-3 last season after starting 3-6, and we marveled at Zac Stacy, Tavon Austin and Alec Ogletree. Last week's Broncos upset came with the help of Tre Mason and Aaron Donald, while Greg Robinson faced DeMarcus Ware all afternoon without getting completely clobbered. You would think that a team that goes on a late run with the help of young talent each year would … you know … turn the corner after a few years and become a true contender. But everyone knows Jeff Fisher teams require four years of .500 gestation and a franchise move before making the playoffs (see: 1995-1998 Oilers-Titans). So everything should fall into place by 2016. The Chargers are coming off their second straight bye week. That's usually a hack joke, but if you watched the Raiders game, you know the Chargers scored an early touchdown after a Raiders opening-play fumble and went right back to Netflix. Their most productive play after that first touchdown was drawing the Raiders offside, but the Raiders were content to run off tackle for no gain and throw incomplete passes all day, so it did not matter. The win kept the Chargers in the playoff picture, but it is hard to argue that they are back to late-September form. They cannot stand around and watch the Rams get in their own way on Sunday, because "Rams in their own way season" has officially ended. Prediction: Chargers 24, Rams 21 Browns at Falcons Sunday, 1 p.m. Line: Falcons -3 Josh Gordon returns from suspension this week. With Falcons cornerback Robert Alford out with a wrist injury, coach Mike Smith hinted (via ESPN) that Desmond Trufant would shadow Gordon all over the field on Sunday. That's a smart plan since Trufant is the Falcons' only decent cornerback anyway, Alford included. The Browns released Ben Tate, who began losing his job to Terrance West and Isaiah Crowell at the start of training camp (Tate is now in Minnesota trying not to look like an afterthought). The Falcons lost pesky committee back and special teamer Antone Smith to a broken leg against the Panthers. The Browns will probably be without Karlos Dansby, tight end Jordan Cameron is still suffering concussion symptoms and rookie cornerback Justin Gilbert has not earned a regular defensive role. The Falcons offensive line and defense look like a mash-up of the last two East-West Shrine Game rosters, and Browns lineups are almost as obscure. So … why don't the Browns and Falcons just play 3-on-3 in the parking lot: Brian Hoyer, Gordon and Joe Haden versus Matt Ryan, Julio Jones and Trufant? That would be more fun than an actual Browns-Falcons game. I can even draw up some killer play ideas: Both these teams have legitimate playoff chances, so they will be taking this game very seriously. Since it's the battle of a 6-4 last-place team against a 4-6 first-place team, it may be hard for the rest of us to do the same. Prediction: Browns 26, Falcons 24 Titans at Eagles Sunday, 1 p.m. Line: Eagles -12.5 As concerned as the Eagles must be about Mark Sanchez's return to form after a one-game reprieve from being Mark Sanchez, plus the fear that their secondary is not deep or consistent enough to beat a team that can successfully throw downfield, the team should be most terrified of the Shaun Alexanderization of LeSean McCoy. Alexander, you may recall, was one of the best running backs in the NFL from 2003 to 2005. A great offensive line and excellent Mike Holmgren scheme helped him, but Alexander did not rush for 5,011 yards and 47 touchdowns in three seasons simply because Walter Jones flattened the entire defense with one pancake block week after week. Alexander was great, and he was a joy to watch. Alexander signed a massive $62 million contract after the 2005 season and promptly became useless. Whether or not one had to do with the other, Alexander suddenly acquired two terrible habits: bouncing inside runs to the outside and going to the ground at the first sign of contact. The Seahawks spent two full seasons enduring 22-carry, 76-yard games that dwindled to 14-carry, 35-yard games, their hoped rekindling whenever Alexander mixed in a 100-yarder every two months or so. McCoy has not signed any historic contracts recently, but he has bounced an awful lot of runs to the outside since the Eagles started juggling interior linemen in September, and the Packers knocked him to the turf with some grazing blows last Sunday. The McCoy of 2011 and 2013 could lead the Eagles to the playoffs with any quarterback this side of Matt Barkley. The Alexander impersonator we have seen much of this season could sink a team that needs consistency and ball control to win games. But then, maybe ball control is a bad thing against the Titans. The Steelers only let them have the ball for 20 minutes and 11 seconds, but they responded with their third highest point total of the year. Give the Titans enough rope and they will tangle themselves, but starting on Thanksgiving, the Eagles will absolutely need their running game to start picking up slack. Prediction: Eagles 27, Titans 16 Packers at Vikings Sunday, 1 p.m. Line: Packers -10 Aaron Rodgers' statistics on passes labeled as "deep" (15-plus yards in the air) on the play-by-play: 27-of-53, 956 yards, 10 touchdowns, no interceptions, 50.9 percent complete, 18.0 yards per attempt and six pass interference penalties netting 200 additional yards. The NFL averages on deep passes are a 40.5 percent completion rate and 11.5 yards per attempt. (From the Football Outsiders internal database). Aaron Rodgers on third down with 10 or more yards to go: 16-of-24, 380 yards, four touchdowns, eight first downs, no interceptions, 66.7 percent complete, 50 percent conversion rate. Rodgers has been sacked six times on 3rd-and-long, but only once since Week 3. Rodgers has these midseason gamma-ray streaks every year: He threw 11 touchdowns and just 18 incomplete passes in a three-game 2011 streak, threw 15 touchdowns and one interception in 2012 and had completed 75 percent of his passes and thrown five touchdowns in two games before getting injured last year. During these streaks, Rodgers is the best quarterback in the NFL. Outside of these streaks (but when healthy), Rodgers is still the best quarterback in the NFL, but it's still more fun to talk about the other guys, who were the best in the NFL last decade. The Adrian Peterson suspension was a thinly-disguised blessing for the Vikings, who were in danger of becoming one of those basketball teams that tie logic in knots while trying to build their system around one overpaid veteran. This is the cleanest slate the Vikings have had since Denny Green took over in 1992, and there is plenty of young talent to build around. This is Mike Zimmer's team now, and he can now be free to really put his stamp on it. Prediction: Packers 31, Vikings 24 Jaguars at Colts Sunday, 1 p.m. Line: Colts -15 Ahmad Bradshaw fractured an ankle against the Patriots, meaning it's time for Trent Richardson to step up. Wait, wasn't the beginning of this season the time for Richardson to step up? Weren't last year's playoffs the time for Richardson to step up? Since the Colts traded for Richardson soon after Bradshaw got hurt last season, wasn't his arrival in Indianapolis really the time for Richardson to step up? Hasn't it been the time for Richardson to step up for about 14 months? Is "The Time for Richardson to Step Up" part of the Chinese Zodiac, or the Mayan Long Count? Or is it one of those vague temporal constructs like "The Age of Aquarius" or "Time to Save Money on Your Car Insurance?" The Colts should market an alarm clock that flashes "The Time for Trent Richardson to Step Up" instead of the hours and minutes. Granted, it would need a pretty wide display. But they would not have to worry about the snooze function working. Prediction: Colts 27, Jaguars 17 Bengals at Texans Sunday, 1 p.m. Line: Texans -1 The Texans beat the Bengals in the first rounds of the 2011 and 2012 playoffs. Since then, the Texans bottomed out, changed coaches, quarterbacks and philosophies, and have completely rebooted their identity, while the Bengals have remained a Marvin Lewis-Andy Dalton team customized to lose in the first round of the playoffs. The Texans still have some work to do before they can consistently beat good opponents, but while they may lose on Sunday, they are laying the groundwork for beating the Bengals in the 2015 playoffs. Prediction: Bengals 23, Texans 17 Buccaneers at Bears Sunday, 1 p.m. Line: Bears -6 Click here for an in-depth look at the doomed bromance between Lovie Smith and the Browns. Daktronics, the company which operates the Soldier Field stadium clocks, spent the beginning of this week investigating the causes of last Sunday's malfunction. "They're going to replay the actions in the control room when the score changed and the clocks were running to try to identify what the issue was, whether it was a software issue, a hardware issue or combination of both," said stadium spokesman Luca Serra (via The Pioneer Press' Brian Murphy). At least no one has to replay the actions of the previous two Bears games: that would cause broken clocks, malfunctioning calculators and increased antidepressant prescriptions. After retracing every step Matt Forte took last week, Daktronics determined that a little mouse that didn't believe in Santa Claus broke some of the sprockets but repaired them in the final seconds with the help of a catchy show tune. Redskins at 49ers Sunday, 4:25 p.m. Line: 49ers -10 This week's Robert Griffin/Jay Gruden drama can be interpreted as Exhibit QQ of Redskins dysfunction or as a conflict resolution breakthrough. After months of mouthing the platitudes both sides expected the counselor or mediator to hear (I don't mind listen to her father argue his flat-earther opinions over dinner every Sunday at all … his constant texting to the new female intern does not make me jealous in any way) both sides are finally expressing some truth: Robert Griffin: It's all on me. Everything bad that ever happens is on me. Well, wait, we miss field goals, backs and receivers fumble and opposing quarterbacks have a 104.4 rating against us. There are other guys, right? I'm allowed to be a little miffed too, aren't I? Jay Gruden: We completely support Robert. We are all behind Robert. Well, wait, Robert has the footwork of a wounded gazelle and makes worse decisions in the pocket than the teenagers in a slasher movie. Am I allowed to say that? Yes, guys, you can say these things. Preferably to each other in closed-door meetings, where mature professionals hash things out and move forward from festering disagreements. If you need further conflict resolution, the national media should probably not be your sounding board, even though we happily volunteer our services. There are better arbiters out there. For example, Jim Harbaugh may be available in a few weeks. Prediction: 49ers 27, Redskins 14 Ravens at Saints Monday, 8:30 p.m. Line: Saints -3 The Saints are having the season we all thought the Patriots were going to have: the one where the fraying at the edges of the roster starts to show, the coaches suddenly stop having all the answers and the lost zip on the Hall of Fame quarterback's fastball becomes noticeable. The Saints appeared to be putting together a Patriots-style surge in Weeks 8 and 9 but have since receded. They will probably still make the playoffs—it's hard to imagine the Falcons beating anyone outside the NFC South—but this was the season to ride a divisional sweep to 13-wins and home field advantage. The Patriots would have done it. The Ravens are having the same season they always have. They are 6-4 and ranked third in the NFL in Football Outsiders' DVOA metric, but you probably have not thought about them at all since the NFL's Great Societal Issues Debate passed over their doorway. The AFC North is 8-1-1 in meetings with the NFC South. Throw in a pair of Jaguars/Titans games per team, and the AFC North is going to enjoy serious record inflation by season's end. The effect of the easy schedules can be seen in all of their records except for the Steelers' record, because the Steelers cannot beat terrible teams. Under the circumstances, banking on making the playoffs with 10 wins is risky, so the Ravens cannot afford to take one of their patented sloppy road losses here, especially after the Bengals proved how beatable the Saints can be at home. I am not ready to start picking the Ravens on the road, but it's a measure of how far the Saints have fallen that we are even entertaining the possibility. Prediction: Saints 23, Ravens 20 Jets vs. Bills in Detroit Monday, 7 p.m. (or First Thaw of Spring) Line: Bills -2.5 As you are probably aware, upstate New York is coping with a blizzard (like a Sharknado but with snow instead of sharks) that is early and extreme even by that region's standards. The NFL moved the game to prevent the Bills from being buried in the snow with the Jets. Buried in the snow with the Jets. Can you imagine? Game Previews proudly presents: Ice Station Pegula SAMMY WATKINS: (looking down at the floor of icebound Bills headquarters). Oh no, EJ Manuel has been torn to shreds! What happened? FRED JACKSON: The Jets Parasite must have gotten loose. Be careful, rookie. It can disguise itself as a typical NFL player, but it is completely evil. Trust no one. KYLE ORTON: Hi, guys! I was just all by myself in a location where no one can vouch for my whereabouts, doing nothing suspicious whatsoever. FRED JACKSON: Oh, really? Prove to me that you are the real Kyle Orton. Say something that only he knows. KYLE ORTON: Umm … Tim Tebow wears Green Lantern underwear? FRED JACKSON: Nice try. But the Jets Parasite would know that, too. HIT HIM WITH A SHOVEL, SAMMY! KYLE ORTON: Wait! How do you know that's really Sammy? In fact, how do I know that you are Fred? You might just be using Sammy to do your dirty work and cover your tracks. FRED JACKSON: You are right. Our only hope is to stand in a circle and stare each other down until someone makes a huge, idiotic mistake and proves he's the Jets. SAMMY WATKINS: Don't you see: That's what the Jets Parasite wants! It can't beat us if we stand united. But it wants us tired and suspicious. The Jets are playing mind games with us, and you are letting them do it! FRED JACKSON: You are right, rookie. Let's stay together and not leave each other's sight until we can hatch a plan. DOUG MARRONE: Hey guys, I have some gameplans I want you to … SAMMY, FRED AND KYLE: ARRRRRGGGGGGGHHH! (Much stabbing, shooting and shoveling). SAMMY WATKINS: You think he was the Jets Parasite? KYLE ORTON: I don't know, but he wasn't going to last long anyway. FRED JACKSON: Maybe there is no parasite. Maybe the mediocrity is within us all. Maybe that's why we're trapped in a blizzard together with no hope. Heck, I'll bet no one even knows we're still here. KYLE ORTON: You are right, Fred. C'mon Sammy, you are too young to die of despair: let's trudge through the snow in search of help. Fred, you monitor the radio to see if the NFL will send help. FRED JACKSON (twirling his mustache): Yes, that's right, wander out into the snow to freeze to death. And I, the Jets Parasite, will take over this ice station, grow in power and continue my vile scheme to take over the … (Massive explosion) (Meanwhile, at a weapons console in Foxboro). TOM BRADY: So you have drones and tactical warheads now, coach? BILL BELICHICK: Yeah … now. Mike Tanier covers the NFL for Bleacher Report. 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