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Marimac Teagle Montgomery shared a link.
at Nov 1, 2014 3:36:29 AM
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton reunites with 'Sunday giveaway' kids
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Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton explains the tradition of "Sunday giveaway" and reunites with some of the lucky kids who received a football after one of Newton's touchdowns.
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Gloria Brondial shared Vanessa Horn's photo.
at Nov 1, 2014 3:36:03 AM
Vanessa Horn's Photos
It's time. And I need your help.

My book, Profit With Honor, will soon be complete.
In naming conventions for programs, products and books, it is typically recommended to use words and phrases your target audiences uses.

I was asked, "Vanessa, does your target audience use the word HONOR?"

My response was, "Not yet."

The book and program are created for network marketing and direct sales professionals. The network marketing and direct sales industry is made up primarily of individuals with huge hearts trying to make a difference in their own lives and in the lives of others.

Unfortunately, due to poor "old school" practices that were dishonoring of their closest relationships, the industry is repairing a reputation previously seen as running off friends and family. It is still not uncommon to hear a networker refer to themselves as having come from the NFL Club, "No Friends Left" Club. I've been in the industry for 9 years. I've built to the top twice. It doesn't have to be that way.

The origin of Profit with Honor was a play on words from the verse in Mark 6:4, ""A prophet is honored everywhere except in his own hometown and among his relatives and his own family." It is designed to elevate the industry and turn it around from a prophet without honor to Profit WITH HONOR.

It is a guide for honoring self and honoring others in the process of prospecting.

I need your help.

I am looking for avenues to promote the book in advance of its sell. Podcasts, industry articles, interviews, team conference calls, events... my intention is to find all the other networkers who are committed to doing business from a place of honor. Who want to honor the prospect in front of them and come from a place of service. Who have WHY's that are beyond yachts and Ferrari's but who see their profession as one of the greatest platforms for making an impact for good. Will you help forward this to them or put them in contact with me?

This is a message and work entirely bigger than me.

And if you would like to be notified of the book release (we'll have a special promotional rate for 24 hours only), then let me know in the comments below that you'd like to be added to the list. I have some free resources in advance as a thank you.
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Tyme Oner
at Nov 1, 2014 3:30:56 AM
Though I dislike NFL network with a passion, it was nice to hear all of the cast this morning, pick Miami over San Diego. I'm busy Sunday at game time, I'm going off grid and recording it. Therefore, I am watching it late night... going to be so so sooooo hard but I want to watch it unspoiled in the entirety.
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Gloria Brondial shared Vanessa Horn's photo.
at Nov 1, 2014 3:29:51 AM
Vanessa Horn's Photos
It's time. And I need your help.

My book, Profit With Honor, will soon be complete.
In naming conventions for programs, products and books, it is typically recommended to use words and phrases your target audiences uses.

I was asked, "Vanessa, does your target audience use the word HONOR?"

My response was, "Not yet."

The book and program are created for network marketing and direct sales professionals. The network marketing and direct sales industry is made up primarily of individuals with huge hearts trying to make a difference in their own lives and in the lives of others.

Unfortunately, due to poor "old school" practices that were dishonoring of their closest relationships, the industry is repairing a reputation previously seen as running off friends and family. It is still not uncommon to hear a networker refer to themselves as having come from the NFL Club, "No Friends Left" Club. I've been in the industry for 9 years. I've built to the top twice. It doesn't have to be that way.

The origin of Profit with Honor was a play on words from the verse in Mark 6:4, ""A prophet is honored everywhere except in his own hometown and among his relatives and his own family." It is designed to elevate the industry and turn it around from a prophet without honor to Profit WITH HONOR.

It is a guide for honoring self and honoring others in the process of prospecting.

I need your help.

I am looking for avenues to promote the book in advance of its sell. Podcasts, industry articles, interviews, team conference calls, events... my intention is to find all the other networkers who are committed to doing business from a place of honor. Who want to honor the prospect in front of them and come from a place of service. Who have WHY's that are beyond yachts and Ferrari's but who see their profession as one of the greatest platforms for making an impact for good. Will you help forward this to them or put them in contact with me?

This is a message and work entirely bigger than me.

And if you would like to be notified of the book release (we'll have a special promotional rate for 24 hours only), then let me know in the comments below that you'd like to be added to the list. I have some free resources in advance as a thank you.
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The Whodat Huddle
at Nov 1, 2014 3:27:59 AM
Thoughts who dat nation?
-Saintjo
NFC South Debate
Sean Payton let the NFL know his thoughts on Thursday night games: (via Katherine Terrell)

"I just think its foolish," Payton Said "Ive got three guys that are hurt in there now" (RT Strief, WR Stills, RB Ingram)

Saints didnt send a player to the NFL network post game set in a quiet protest

"Dont mind playing them, but I object to have to play them coming right off of a Sunday Night Game" "Its not an excuse for your players, you dont want it to be." "it just crazy, foolishness.

RT Zach Strief was also vocal saying "At the end of the day its stupid, But youre concerned about players safety you claim."

-SaintJo
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Jimmye Johnston Absood commented at Nov 1, 2014 3:34:44 AM
        I missed it, what's going on??
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Bert's Sports Page
at Nov 1, 2014 3:27:23 AM
Washington Redskins Making Right Decision Giving RGIII Starting Nod in Week 9: Music to the ears of Washington Redskins fans is their franchise quarterback saying Friday morning, “I'm ready to go, ready to play, get back out there with the guys and have fun.” Robert Griffin III was cleared medically by doctors Thursday, and head coach Jay Gruden confirmed after practice Friday he will start this week at the Minnesota Vikings, per the Redskins' official Twitter feed. Furthermore, beat writer Mike Jones of The Washington Post tweeted the Redskins offense will have its full playbook at their disposal in Griffin’s return, and he will play with no limitations. The Washington Redskins also peaked fans' interest with a tweet containing Gruden's comments about a projected "exciting game plan" for Sunday's matchup: Make no mistake about it: If Griffin is 100 percent—as every indication gives us reason to believe that he is—he has to start this week at Minnesota. Never mind that Colt McCoy has played well in six quarters of action—completing 85.7 percent (36 of 42) of passes for 427 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Disregard that the Redskins could have waited one more game and have Griffin return after a Week 10 bye. The fact of the matter is McCoy has been a career backup, and the Redskins are treating him as such. After splitting first-team reps in practice with McCoy earlier this week, Griffin got the majority of those reps in practice as the week went on, and Gruden said he showed improvement each day, per Jones. So after suffering a dislocated ankle in Week 2, it is time, once again, to hand the keys to the franchise back to the former No. 2 selection of the 2012 NFL draft. Anchor Dianna Marie Russini of NBC4 in Washington tweeted the Redskins are ready for Griffin to take the reins against the Vikings: Griffin completed 78.4 percent (29 of 37) of his passes in Week 1—his only full game this season— while completing passes to eight different receivers, albeit in a 17-6 loss at Houston, shaking off the preseason rust which saw him go 13 of 20 with a pair of interceptions. He may be rusty again this week—having been out of game action since September 14—but additional practice would not be the cure for rust. NFL Network analyst Charley Casserly noted on Friday’s episode of Around the NFL the only way for Griffin to shake off that rust is by “[getting] in the game and … go play from there.” The Redskins are a team currently riding the momentum of a two-game win streak. However, they have won those two games by scoring a nominal 39 points, staying in those games more so due to their defense forcing a combined four turnovers. The defense has allowed 17 points per game over the last two weeks, compared to 27.7 points per game over their 1-5 start. To keep their very slim playoff hopes alive, assume the Redskins have to finish 7-1, or, at worst, 6-2, much like 2012 when they won their last seven games—led by then-rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III—after a 3-6 start. The likelihood of that happening again is slim-to-none—but having Griffin back under center could be the spark the offense needs to sustain a winning streak. Said left tackle Trent Williams on Griffin's return, per The Washington Post: “He’s a playmaker. Obviously, his athleticism brings a different dynamic to the decision, so we’re happy to get him back.” Liz Clarke and Mike Jones of The Washington Post published an article outlining the pros and cons of Griffin returning: “The wisdom of starting Griffin on Sunday will be debated, given that the game is on the road, the Vikings’ defense is formidable and the team has a bye week following that would allow for an additional week of recovery without missing a game.” The best-case scenario would be Griffin leads the Redskins to a win at Minnesota, and the team goes into their bye week with plenty of confidence before another very winnable game at home against Tampa Bay in Week 11. With no remaining questions to answer regarding his injury, Griffin and the Redskins would head into that game with their sights set at evening their record at 5-5 with six games still to play. Though their season has been hanging in the balance for the last two weeks, a win by the RGIII-led Redskins over Minnesota would mean much more in terms of confidence and momentum heading into the bye week. The Redskins can eclipse their win total from a season ago in a matchup of first-year head coaches and former Cincinnati Bengals coordinators. Gruden’s counterpart—Minnesota head coach Mike Zimmer—has the Vikings defense playing at a high level in his first year there, allowing 323.8 yards per game (eighth in the NFL) and 21.6 points per game (12th). But the Vikings offense ranks 29th in the league in both of those marks, meaning the Redskins defense should perform well as Griffin settles in and gets back into game flow. The worse-case scenario is Griffin returns and plays much like he did in 2013, when he showed regression from the quarterback who led the team to a late-season surge and into the playoffs a season earlier. Those inconsistencies still give the Redskins the best chance to win on a week-to-week basis, but at the very least it gives the front office eight games to evaluate whether he can still be the long-term answer moving forward. If it is not Griffin, then the answer is not currently on the Redskins roster. As such, Gruden told ESPN 980 in Washington that Griffin has done nothing to lose his job and reiterated that Thursday telling The Washington Post: There’s no cons of playing him now if he’s healthy. If he’s ready physically, then I think he should play, and that’s what it comes down to. All the doctors are on board; the trainers are on board. … There is no way they would think about clearing Robert unless they knew for sure he was 100 percent. It’s intact; it’s steady; it’s structurally good. So there is no reason not to play him from a physical standpoint. The Redskins coaching staff is rightfully looking at the big picture here and not overreacting to one week with McCoy under center, and it is absolutely the correct call as Griffin gives the team the best chance to win—and the only chance to piece together several games of high-quality quarterback play. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com #NFL #WashingtonRedskins #Opinion #RobertGriffinIII
Washington Redskins Making Right Decision Giving RGIII Starting Nod in Week 9
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Music to the ears of Washington Redskins fans is their franchise quarterback saying Friday morning, “I'm ready to go, ready to play, get back out there with the guys and have fun.” Robert Griffin III was cleared medically by doctors Thursday, and head coach Jay Gruden confirmed after practice…
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Scott Berry shared NFC South Debate's status update.
at Nov 1, 2014 3:26:44 AM
NFC South Debate
Sean Payton let the NFL know his thoughts on Thursday night games: (via Katherine Terrell)

"I just think its foolish," Payton Said "Ive got three guys that are hurt in there now" (RT Strief, WR Stills, RB Ingram)

Saints didnt send a player to the NFL network post game set in a quiet protest

"Dont mind playing them, but I object to have to play them coming right off of a Sunday Night Game" "Its not an excuse for your players, you dont want it to be." "it just crazy, foolishness.

RT Zach Strief was also vocal saying "At the end of the day its stupid, But youre concerned about players safety you claim."

-SaintJo
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NFC South Debate
at Nov 1, 2014 3:25:15 AM
Sean Payton let the NFL know his thoughts on Thursday night games: (via Katherine Terrell)

"I just think its foolish," Payton Said "Ive got three guys that are hurt in there now" (RT Strief, WR Stills, RB Ingram)

Saints didnt send a player to the NFL network post game set in a quiet protest

"Dont mind playing them, but I object to have to play them coming right off of a Sunday Night Game" "Its not an excuse for your players, you dont want it to be." "it just crazy, foolishness.

RT Zach Strief was also vocal saying "At the end of the day its stupid, But youre concerned about players safety you claim."

-SaintJo
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Joshua Pellegrin commented at Nov 1, 2014 3:27:36 AM
        Fuck Goodell don't like the saints anyway let his bitch ass kbow what's on yall mind speak up you'll be heard.. WhoDat Nation has yall back !
Joshua Pellegrin commented at Nov 1, 2014 3:32:51 AM
        Max yall 2-6 let it go buddy
Justin Broome commented at Nov 1, 2014 3:26:49 AM
        This is why I like Payton he takes up for his players
Harrison Littleton commented at Nov 1, 2014 3:43:23 AM
        Simple solution to this problem. Have the teams play on Thursday as long as they had their bye week on the previous sunday.
Ross Blachier commented at Nov 1, 2014 3:36:54 AM
        Goodell you a fag, just retire already. Fuck, gtf to Canada with your pussy shit. Stay in your office or at a cowboys game sucking jerry jones off. Peyton, you the man. I know you won't let this get us down. WHO DAT all day baby, that's how we roll
Greg L. Hughes commented at Nov 1, 2014 3:33:45 AM
        And The Lord High Goodell can still kiss my ass.
Max Mizmeister commented at Nov 1, 2014 3:30:05 AM
        Pisses Payton off? Then I like it! Plus Matt has a good Thursday night record
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Dan Russell
at Nov 1, 2014 3:24:52 AM
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Mychael Gallagher commented at Nov 1, 2014 3:29:49 AM
        Awesome. I just signed up! Thanks man.
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TV-Aholic
at Nov 1, 2014 3:08:20 AM
Primetime Cable Ratings: October 30, 2014

The whole idea of having CBS simulcast the first half of the THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL package was to build excitement and viewers for the night, and help boost the NFL Network numbers for the second half of …
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Chad J. Collins shared Brian Arrojo's status update.
at Nov 1, 2014 2:55:41 AM
Brian Arrojo
First qb ever to throw for 500yds in two games #rothelisbeger! But nfl network would rather talk about americas team getting beat.. i litteraly get so pissed watching the steelers games anymore, i expect them to go 13-3 every year anything less is unacceptable in book
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The 28th Street Tavern
at Nov 1, 2014 2:38:49 AM
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