San Diego & Kansas City

San Diego is the eighth-largest city in the United States and second-largest city in California. Kansas City, Missouri (informally abbreviated KC) is the largest city in the US state of Missouri and is the anchor city of the Kansas City Metropolitan Area, the second largest metropolitan area in Missouri. 5.0/5

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San Diego rumors have Mike McCoy being let go after the Kansas City game, perhaps as early as Monday. Is the team moving to LA?
Chicago and Kansas City. A team who is 0-2 and another team who should be 0-2 if San Diego didn't choke the game aw…
Ian Kennedy goes from San Diego defense to Kansas City defense. Which is like going from Kansas City weather to San Diego…
In seven days I have been in San Jose, San Diego, Chicago (twice), D.C., Charleston, Hilton Head, Detroit, Kansas City and Las Vegas.
Elizabeth ‘Betty’ Fern Faggard Bulkley January 09, 2015 4:16 PM Loving mother and grandmother, pillar of strength Calm, strong and independent to the end, Betty Bulkley died peacefully on December 28, 2014 in her own apartment at Claremont Manor as she had wished, under hospice care after a recent diagnosis of ovarian cancer. Just shy of 88, she was able to enjoy a “big table” Thanksgiving and a joyful Christmas Day with her daughter and four generations of family, and told family she was ready to go. Born to J. Ward Faggard and Margaret Jones Faggard on January 10, 1928 in Wichita Falls, Texas, she spent her early years in Texas and Kansas City, Missouri, returning as a teenager to Texas where she graduated at age 16 as valedictorian of her high school class in Corpus Christi. She moved with her parents to San Diego to be near her brother Joe, a US Marine who was recovering in the hospital after being seriously wounded in the Pacific Theatre during World War II. As a freshman at Occidental Colleg ...
ALL I SEE IS THE ZIT, BUT I LIKE THE HORSES! We all know, by now, that my wife Suzie loves horses. Now that Son, Chris and daughter-in-law Aindrea generously gave us an HD TV with Netflix tied in, Suzie is hooked on the CBC productions of 'HEARTLAND'. So much for the Bronco/Raider game for me, at least I got a chance to see Kansas City beat up on the Chargers with their rookie QB, Chase Daniel backup for injured Alex Smith. Ravens took Wild Card so we'll see is Daniel gets traded or leaves KC next season. Nice performance by the kid beating Phillip Rivers and San Diego. Going into my cell to watch the game. Then I'll tell you about our theatre experiences in this area over the last 20 years! 'HEARTLAND' is nice but it's a little too chick flick for my taste. I do like the horses, but I just look at the zit on 'Amber's' chin and that bugs me! Go Broncos!
In the simplest terms, the only way the Bills make the playoffs is if they win their last two games at Oakland and New England, and only two of the other five teams in contention for the three remaining available berths reach 10 wins. AFC North rivals Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and Baltimore are all at nine wins, while AFC West rivals Kansas City and San Diego are at eight. If one of the teams from the North loses twice, and both the Chargers and Chiefs lose at least once, two wins by the Bills gets them in. The Bengals host Denver, and close at Pittsburgh. It's very possible they could lose both and finish 9-6-1. The Steelers host the Chiefs and Bengals. It seems likely they win at least one, and get to 10 wins. The Ravens are at Houston and host Cleveland. It's not asking much for Baltimore to split, or win both, so it would be at 10 or 11 victories. The Chiefs are at Pittsburgh and host San Diego. A split is likely and that knocks them out, but if they sweep, they'd be at 10. And San Diego is at San Franc ...
E 'di nuovo quel periodo! It's Thursday, people! The weekend is almost here...hang in there! Plus, it's Italian Night at the Ozona Tavern! Johnny Tavern here to remind you about Chef Sammy's delectable Italian entrées just waiting to make your evening a special one. Lip smacking food paired with tasty wine--what more could one ask for? Thursday night means there's also football! In the NFL, tonight's game features the Denver Broncos entertaining the San Diego Chargers at 8:25 pm. The game pits the underrated San Diego defense versus Peyton Manning and the high-octane Denver offense. Chargers are coming off a disappointing home loss to division rival Kansas City. The Broncos are coming off the thrashing of a talented San Francisco 49ers team. The Broncos are tough at home, but my gut feeling is that the Chargers' defense will force turnovers and give QB Philip Rivers an advantage in the battle for possession. Chargers win by 6. Enjoy food, football, and fun tonight at the Ozona Tavern. And don't forget to ...
Week 8 Preview San Diego Chargers at Denver Broncos Forget the AFC West, the two best teams in the AFC are playing tonight. San Diego comes into town tonight with a sour taste in their mouth from a loss at home to Kansas City. Seeking redemption, they will try to prevent a losing streak as they face the best team in the NFL in the Denver Broncos. Before I get much further, the spread is Denver favored by 7.5. If I were to bet, I’d put my money on the Chargers because of the Vegas spread. San Diego, under Phillip “Cry-baby” Rivers, has played their best games against Denver. True, Rivers is 10-6 versus Denver all time… but who did he face in most games? Answer… Kyle Orton and Tim Tebow. San Diego has one win versus Denver in the last 5 meetings including last years playoff game since Peyton Manning joined the Broncos. Denver clearly has the edge when passing because DT88 is playing the best he has ever played right now, Julius Thomas is probably the best TE in the NFL right now, Emmanuel Sander . ...
Kansas City pulls off upset in San Diego, winning 23-20 on FG w/ 21 seconds left. Andy Reid: 14-2 all-time after bye. htt…
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We celebrate the 1985 Kansas City World Champion Catcher and former skipper of the Kansas City Royals John Wathan. Wathan "the Duke", turns 65 on Saturday. Born in Cedar Rapids Iowa and played his high school sports for the Saints of Saint Augustine High in San Diego. He plays his college baseball at the University of San Diego. His 1st professional team would the San Jose Bees. He breaks in with the Royals in 1976, wearing number 25. He plays in the ALCS in 76, 77 and 78. In 1980, he has a career high 6 homeruns and 58 rbis and plays in the World Series. 1981, plays in the divisional series. He plays in the 1985 World Series and earns a ring, it would be hist season has a player. 1986 -assistant Coach 1987 - Manager at Omaha 1987 -1991 Manager of the Royals 1992 -Manager California Angels 1992 - 3rd base coach Angels 1993 - Bench Coach Angels 1994 - Bench Coach Red Sox 1996-1997 -Royals broadcaster
And now, here are our Week 4 picks for the Pick 5 contest. Again, if you haven't played yet, it's not too late. Just make your picks below and we will add you into the fun! Rules: $1000 each week to bet. Minimum $50 per game. You must pick 5 games, but you do NOT have to bet your whole $1000. Any games you pick must be submitted before that game kicks off. Any other questions, ask me! And the games and the lines: Thursday: NY Giants @ Washington (WASH favored by 3.5) Sunday: Green Bay @ Chicago (Pick 'Em) Buffalo @ Houston (HOU favored by 3.0) Tennessee @ Indianapolis (IND favored by 7.5) Carolina @ Baltimore (BAL favored by 3.0) Detroit @ NY Jets (Pick 'Em) Tampa Bay @ Pittsburgh (PIT favored by 7.5) Miami @ Oakland (MIA favored by 4.5) Jacksonville @ San Diego (SD favored by 13.5) Philadelphia @ San Francisco (SF favored by 5.5) Atlanta @ Minnesota (ATL favored by 2.5) New Orleans @ Dallas (NO favored by 3.0) Monday New England @ Kansas City (NE favored by 3.5) Good Luck!
Denver will walk away with the AFC West, followed by San Diego, Oakland and Kansas City.
I have an idea for a league using the 75-76 NHL/ WHA teams off the download given with the two leagues' 6 - team sets: East: Toronto Maple Leafs, Pittsburgh, New England, Toronto Toros, Washington and NY Rangers; Central: Atlanta, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit and Kansas City; West: Los Angeles, Vancouver, San Diego, California, Edmonton and Minnesota North Stars. 4 games x each divisional foe and 2 games vs each other team...44 games. Just a thought.
Breakfast Event – August 26 Where: Church of the Nativity 119th and Mission Road – Leawood, KS 66209 Parish Hall (Lower Level) Speaker: Deacon Dan Powers Time: Breakfast* 7:00-7:30am Speaker 7:45-8:15am Q & A 8:15-8:30am Cost: All attendees $10.00, Unemployed $5.00 Catholic Business Network welcomes Deacon Dan Powers Chief Executive Officer of Catholic Charities of Kansas City- St. Joseph. Dan is originally from Detroit and has a BA in Finance from Michigan State University and an MBA from Pepperdine in Malibu, California. After a successful career supervising Senior level Business Analysts with a $1 Billion dollar, fast growing semi-conductor company in El Segundo, California, Dan was 'called' by God to help build His Kingdom with the Catholic Diocese of San Diego and eventually as an Executive Director for Catholic Social Services of the Upper Peninsula in Michigan before coming to Kansas City. Dan was Ordained Permanent Deacon in 2006 in California and currently incardinated to the Deaconate in ...
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Hm! You know what these cities have in common? Chicago, Green Bay, Minneapolis, Seattle, St. Louis, Kansas City, San Diego.
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Reggie Batts and Lil S on a plane to San Diego- then Vegas and Kansas City. Road warriors!
Tony Gwynn - so respected in San Diego for what he did on and off the baseball field. Tony will be missed in our city. Thank you Tony, you were an inspiration for many boys and girls... How many players have stayed with only 1 MLB team. Baseball and the business of baseball has changed over the years...you will see fewer and fewer... I have been a Boston Red Sox fan ever since I was little boy and of course thrilled to see Yaz at the top. Take a look at all the Hall of Famers in this list. 1. Carl Yastrzemski, Boston, 3,308 2. Stan Musial, St. Louis, 3,026 3. Cal Ripken, Baltimore, 3,001 4. Brooks Robinson, Baltimore, 2,896 5. Robin Yount, Milwaukee, 2,856 6. Craig Biggio, Houston, 2,850 7. Al Kaline, Detroit, 2,834 8. Derek Jeter, NY Yankees, 2,732 9. Mel Ott, NY Giants, 2,730 10. George Brett, Kansas City, 2,707 11. Ernie Banks, Chicago Cubs, 2,528 12. Chipper Jones, Atlanta, 2,499 13. Dave Concepcion, Cincinnati, 2,488 14. Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 2,440 15. Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh, 2,433 16. Luke Ap ...
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Asher Roth Reveals RetroHash Tour Dates Asher Roth is planning to start the summer right. He will provide his salivating fans the opportunity to catch him front and center for his “RetroHash” tour. “Mr. I Love College” will be on the road starting June 16th in Washington DC and will wrap things up July 2nd in Santa Ana, California at the Constellation Room. Here are the dates for the rapper. You can expect him to bring the the house down when he performs cuts off his new album, RetroHash. June 16, Washington D.C. @ Rock N Roll Hotel June 17, Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar June 18, Cleveland, OH @ Cambridge Room at House of Blues June 19, Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge June 21, Kansas City, MO @ Czar June 22, Denver, CO @ Bluebird June 23, Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex June 25, Vancouver BC @ Fortune June 26, Seattle, WA @ Neumos July 1, San Diego, CA @ Irenic July 2, Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room Carl Lamarre
SAN DIEGO (AP) - It was right there for the taking - twice. The Kansas City Royals just couldn't close out the game when they had their chances. Will Venable hit a two-run single in the 12th inning to give the Padres a 6-5 win over Kansas City on Monday night, giving San Diego its second consecutive victory in its final at-bat. The Royals held a one-run lead on two occasions late in the game, but couldn't close it out as they ran their season-high losing streak to five games. "Things just aren't going our way right now," Kansas City first baseman Eric Hosmer said. "We have got to stick with it and things are going to change." Closer Greg Holland, who failed to protect a 4-3 lead in the ninth when he allowed Jedd Gyorko's solo homer, said the Royals should still be encouraged. "It's a tough loss for the guys, especially having the lead twice late," he said. "But at the end of the day, the starting pitching is throwing well and we hit the ball well (Monday night)." San Diego also won Sunday in its final at- ...
Rocketman Sports Free Play Kansas City @ San Diego Play: San Diego +108 The Kansas City Royals travel to San Diego to take on the Padres on Monday night. Kansas City is 8-22 last 3 years when the total is 7 or less. Kansas City is scoring only 3.1 runs per game against left handed starters this year. Kansas City is allowing 5.6 runs per game their past seven games overall. San Diego is allowing only 2.7 runs per game at home this year where they are holding opponents to a .212 combined team Batting Average. Eric Stults is 1-0 with a 3.27 ERA in his two home starts this year. Kansas City is 3-14 last 17 games against the NL West. San Diego is 15-5 last 20 games when Stults starts at home. Kansas City is 0-6 last 6 meetings against San Diego. We'll recommend a small play on San Diego tonight! Monitored at the Sports Watch Monitor
Now that you've had time to check out the 2014 schedule, are you thinking of going to any games? If you are going to a road game, you'll want to join Patriots Tailgate where we connect you with other Pats fans for parties, tailgates, group tickets, etc. San Diego is gonna be the big one this year, but it's also a great opportunity to see Lambeau Field in Green Bay or maybe Kansas City.
MULEBALL today. The University of Central Missouri Basketball Team is playing for the NCAA Division II Championship at 2 pm. GO MULES! During the game I will be flying to Florida to leave tomorrow on a cruise through the Panama Canal. Cruise ends in San Diego where I will spend two nights, then drive to Palm Springs for two nights. Sorry to miss all the great music being performed in Kansas City this weekend. Good Luck to all my friends involved in these concerts. DLS
RIP Ralph Wilson. One of the original members of the "Foolish Club" ( the eight members, included Lamar Hunt who started the Dallas Texans before moving the team to Kansas City and becoming the Chiefs, formed the AFL and then merged with the NFL to give us the Super Bowl), Wilson invested $25,000 to start the Buffalo Bills franchise. The only surviving member is Barron Hilton (LA Chargers, later moving the team to San Diego after Jack Murphy, a newspaperman, helped him get a stadium built). That's right Paris Hilton's grandfather! Wilson's $25,000 investment is now worth $870 million, much more than a $10 million Barron Hilton sold his team for in 1966. (Since then the Hilton family has struggled.LOL!)
Back in cold Kansas City. No more sunny and 75 weather. You will be missed San Diego.
To the other side, AFC AFC West! Denver Broncos: Grade A Denver loaded up. Adding Talib, Ward and Ware on defense definitely jumps out as them understanding what it'll take to get that elusive Super Bowl. The Oakland Raiders: Grade B- Letting their LT walk was costly but with the defensive acquisitions of Tuck and Woodley, they made a better move. Making a couple more moves will continue to move them in the right direction. San Diego Chargers: Grade C San Diego didn't make many moves, but they didn't lose anyone either. Look for San Diego to remain quiet and get better through the draft. The Kansas City Chiefs: Grade D- The chiefs have been underwhelming to say the least. Most notable signing is Hussain Abdullah, while losing the left side of their line and Geoff Schwartz. Serious moves need to be made in the draft to continue the success seen last year. Projection: Denver: 11-5 San Diego: 9-7 Kansas City: 8-8 Oakland: 8-8
Well so far free agency for Denver has been about a wash. Pick up a great safety but lose a great offensive lineman. I am happy however to see Kansas City lose 5 starters today. 3 offensive lineman, defensive lineman and their best return man and backup running back. San Diego has done nothing and the Raiders are well.the Raiders. let their best offensive lineman go for less money than they signed and injury plaqued older offensive lineman and lose one of their best defensive players. The ghost of Al Davis is alive and well in oakland.
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2/20/2014 Latest # of People who have shown at least a little interest in behappy news and issues posts during the past 28 days. Oddly enough, probably 98% of the unknown strangers below are likely family, friends or others who know or follow at least one of only a little over 100 strangers who have 'liked' yOUR behappynews page. People showing an Interest is a wonderful start but their Involvement and Participation are critical for a HAPPY ENDING. The primary purpose of these updates are to show how much the other 2% of you have made a difference in these numbers of the other 98% below and to sincerely thank you for what you have done. New York, NY 479 Chicago, IL 419 Washington, DC 291 Atlanta, GA 262 Los Angeles, CA 212 Philadelphia, PA 194 Kansas City, MO 193 Wichita, KS 187 Baltimore, MD 183 Houston, TX 173 St. Louis, MO 156 Manhattan, KS 153 Austin, TX 151 San Francisco, CA 150 Brooklyn, NY 145 Boston, MA 143 Lawrence, KS 143 San Diego, CA 133 Columbus, OH 126 Minneapolis, MN 121 Dallas, TX 111 Seat ...
At home the Seahawks play Arizona, San Francisco, St.Louis, Dallas, NY Giants, Oakland and Green Bay. Away we play Arizona, San Francisco, St.Louis, Philadelphia, Washington, Kansas City, San Diego and Carolina. Its going to be a great season. I just wished we could have played Indianapolis. And it would be great to watch future Hall of Famer Eli Manning live at Century Link.
Super Bowl Week: After a record breaking season for Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, they had to East Rutherford, New Jersey- MetLife Stadium to take on Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks who have only lost to 3 opponents (Indianapolis Week 5, San Francisco Week 14 and Arizona Week 16). Denver also only lost to 3 opponents this season as well (Indianapolis Week 7, New England Week 12 and San Diego Week 15). Both teams are playing at an extremely high level with solid wins throughout the season against power Football teams including: San Francisco, Kansas City and New England. They both had a difficult schedule in the regular season and the Post Season (in order): Carolina , San Francisco, Jacksonville, Houston, Indianapolis, Tennessee, Arizona, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Atlanta, Minnesota, New Orleans, San Francisco, the New York Giants, Arizona and St. Louis. Whereas the Broncos took on: Baltimore, New York Giants, Oakland, Philadelphia, Dallas, Jacksonville, Indianapolis, Washington, San Diego, K ...
Answer to yesterdays question. History The American Football League started in 1960 as competition with the National Football League. Few thought the league would have a chance to succeed, but it was backed by the money and organization of Lamar Hunt. The Hunt family had made billions in oil and were able to provide support for the eight teams in the league, one of which Hunt owned. While the AFL was ridiculed by the more established league because it featured wide open offensive play and seemed to ignore defense, the fans in its cities took to the exciting brand of football. With franchises in Boston, New York, Denver, Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, Oakland and Buffalo, the league soon took hold. The Dallas franchise moved to Kansas City and the Los Angeles team moved to San Diego and the league soon showed staying power. When the AFL signed and drafted college football superstar Joe Namath -- he was signed by the N.Y. Jets -- the NFL knew that its rival was most likely going to survive. Instead of trying ...
Marty Schottenheimer coached 26 NFL seasons and made the playoffs 13 times... but only won 5 playoff games (which means he stinks right?). If you look at the history of the teams he coached after he left it isn't that pretty... *Cleveland - 22 seasons, 3 playoffs, 2-3 in the playoffs, soon to be 11 coaches. Kansas City - 15 seasons, 4 playoffs, 0-4 in the playoffs, 6 coaches. Washington - 12 seasons, 3 playoffs, 1-3 in the playoffs, now 5 coaches. San Diego - 7 seasons, 4 playoffs, 4-4 in playoffs, 2 coaches. *Cleveland is taking the history of the Browns prior to the old franchise move to Baltimore and then the new Browns in Cleveland. So all combined a nice 56 seasons, 14 playoffs, a 6-14 playoff record and only 24 coaches. Maybe someone should have kept him around a little longer...
Steelers fan inmate sues NFL for blown Succop call January 10, 2014 10:52 EST By JOE MANDAK Associated Press PITTSBURGH (AP) -- A Pittsburgh Steelers fan imprisoned for murder has sued the league and wants a federal judge to delay the remainder of the playoffs so the Steelers can have another chance to qualify for them. The Steelers were knocked out of the playoffs when San Diego beat Kansas City 27-24 in overtime in their final regular season game. The game went into overtime when Kansas City kicker Ryan Succop missed a last-second field goal try that would have won the game. The NFL has since acknowledged San Diego should have been penalized, meaning Succop should have gotten another chance to make the kick. Inmate Daniel Spuck wants the playoffs delayed until Succop can try the kick again -- or until the Steelers play a neutral-site game against San Diego for a playoff spot. The NFL hasn't commented. Read More at:
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A little perspective for Cowboy fans who want to fire everyone. IRVING, Texas - No one is happy. Not you for sure. Not Jerry or Stephen. Not Jason Garrett, nor the assistant of your choice. And certainly not the players. Kind of reminds me of this poem's final verse: Oh, somewhere in this favored land the sun is shining bright; The band is playing somewhere, and somewhere hearts are light, And somewhere men are laughing, and somewhere children shout; But there is no joy in Mudville - mighty Casey has struck out. Yeah, the Cowboys, too. For the fourth consecutive season the Cowboys must sit home to watch them others play this weekend: Philadelphia and New Orleans, Green Bay and San Francisco, then Kansas City and Indianapolis, Cincinnati and San Diego. Then next week Seattle and Carolina, Denver and New England join the NFL postseason party. But no Cowboys, experiencing their longest absence from the playoffs since the five-season span from 1986 to 1990, but not quite as devastating as those six years to s ...
Sizing Up The Field Oh no! Not another commentary about the 2016 Presidential election! Don't worry, it's not. It's Saturday. Time for a lighter discussion. Besides, engaging in speculation re: the 2016 election would be folly at this point. Sure, Public Policy Polling shows that Chris Christie would win over Hillary Clinton if the election were held today. HOWEVER, at this same point during Bush's second term, polling had Rudolph Giuliani defeating Hillary Clinton.and we all know that's EXACTLY how it turned out. JK So I prefer to size up the NFL playoffs today.which can be just as tricky to predict as politics. But here goes: This weekend, I believe the weather will be the big story. Kansas City over Indianapolis: Colts beat the Chiefs in Week 16. Historically, that doesn't bode well for Andrew Luck's crew. Philadelphia over New Orleans: Warm weather team playing in this bitter cold? The Eagles won't soar, but will eke out a victory. Cincinnati over San Diego: See above. Green Bay over San Francisco: Be ...
Morning Links: Keiser arrested after fight Eric D. Williams SAN DIEGO -- Good Morning. Teri Figueroa and Michael Gehlken of U-T San Diego report that San Diego Chargers linebacker Thomas Keiser was arrested on a misdemeanor battery charge at a restaurant bar in the Gaslamp Quarter, a popular area for nightclubs here in San Diego Sunday evening. According to the report, Keiser, 24, and another man had an altercation that turned into a fight. Keiser was arrested at about 11 p.m. on Sunday, hours after his team’s victory over Kansas City. Keiser is out on bail. Per the report, the man involved in the fight had minor injuries and refused treatment at the scene. “We’re aware of the issue involving Thomas,” the Chargers said in a statement. “We’ll continue to monitor the situation and let the legal process run its course.” Keiser's arrest is bad timing for the Chargers, as they try and build momentum for the playoffs. With the return of Melvin Ingram and Jarret Johnson, Keiser's playing time has b ...
Philip Rivers' San Diego Chargers looking dangerous for playoffs By Adam Schein Sometimes, it's OK to be both really, really lucky -- and also good. Meet your 2013 San Diego Chargers, who earned a trip to the playoffs with a little -- who am I kidding, a lot -- of help from a variety of friends. After getting by with said help to nab the AFC's No. 6 seed, the Bolts could be dangerous, landing a solid matchup (and maybe match-ups) this January. And they'll know exactly where to send their thank-you cards. Yes, the Chargers needed to win. But they also needed the Dolphins to lose -- so Rex Ryan and the Jets will get a gift basket for knocking off the Fins in Miami. San Diego needed the Ravens to fall -- and the defending champs were bounced in Cincy. Then, as if the football gods were smiling on sunny San Diego, Kansas City coach Andy Reid, knowing that his team had its playoff spot locked down despite getting beaten up in Week 16 by the Colts, oddly decided to rest his starters vs. the Bolts. No Jamaal Cha ...
Dear Pittsburgh Steelers and Fans, We're sorry to hear that your chance to move on in the playoffs was missed due to multiple poor calls by referees in yesterday's San Diego vs. Kansas City game. You have our sincerest apologies. Very Sincerely (LOL), The 2005 Seattle Seahawks
So the Steeler's fans are saying the refs screwed them by not calling a penalty on the field goal that Kansas City missed. I would like to introduce you to one Ed Hochuli who screwed San Diego a couple years back by blowing his whistle too early. Guess what! Refs get it wrong sometimes. Sometimes it's in your favor, sometimes it's not. Life is not fair. Deal with it.
I AM LIVID AND WHY IS NOTHUNG BEING DONE ABOUT THIS?? Published: Dec. 30, 2013 at 01:30 p.m. Updated: Dec. 30, 2013 at 02:34 p.m. NFL: Refs erred on line-overload rule in San Diego Chargers' victory For the second time this season, a player safety rule became a point of controversy on a game-deciding field goal. The NFL said Monday that the San Diego Chargers violated the "line-overload rule" for place kicks when they lined up with seven players on one side of the ball on the Kansas City Chiefs' missed field-goal attempt at the end of regulation Sunday, according to NFL.com. The Chargers won in overtime, earning a playoff spot that would have gone to the Pittsburgh Steelers had Kansas City captured the victory. "With 0:08 remaining in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers, Kansas City faced a fourth-and-12 from the San Diego 23. The Chiefs attempted a 41-yard field that was no good," the league said in a statement. "On the play, San Diego lined up with s ...
On Ryan Succop's missed field goal -- the one that would have given Kansas City a win over San Diego, thus putting the Pittsburgh Steelers into the playoffs -- officials missed an illegal formation...
Good Morning! Well once again we have no Cowboys to route for in the playoffs, so what's new? Let's make early predictions though, of the teams left, Jim & Lisa want to know who you think will win Super Bowl 48? (Just in case you're not sure who's left: Denver, Seattle, Kansas City, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Philadelphia, San Diego, Cincinnati, San Francisco, Green Bay, New England, Carolina.)
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Wow! What an exciting final day of the regular season in the NFL. it doesn’t get any better than yesterday with games with playoff implications going down to the wire. Aaron Rodgers is back and Green Bay is in the playoffs. I don’t see the Packers getting to the Super Bowl, but if I was a fan of any other team in the NFC, I would be afraid, very afraid! To its credit San Diego gets to the playoffs, but it really had a tougher time than expected against Kansas City. Kansas City was resting most of its players and still could’ve won the game. I don’t have any problem with what KC did by the way. If you clinch a playoff spot, you earn the right to do whatever you want. How about Miami? Buffalo and the Jets on your schedule to wrap up the season and you score just 7 points. Where have you gone Larry Czonka? I don’t see the Patriots getting to the Super Bow either.I just don’t trust that defense especially against a prolific quarterback. You either win the Super Bowl or you don’t and that’s the ...
I love this line from Don Banks of Sports Illustrated: "Kansas City kicker Ryan Succop will never have to buy another beer in San Diego if he so desires."
SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego Chargers' three-year playoff drought is over, thanks to another epic, heart-stopping win against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chargers have needed help for weeks, and everything fell into place on Sunday, with the last piece being a 27-24 overtime victory over a Chiefs team that already had clinched the AFC's No. 5 seed and rested 20 of 22 starters. Nick Novak kicked a 36-yard field goal with 5:30 left in overtime. The Chargers, who trailed by 10 points in the fourth quarter, then held the Chiefs on downs to win it after they reached the San Diego 41. Earlier in the day, the Chargers (9-7) got the help they needed when Miami and Baltimore both lost. San Diego has won four straight and five of six heading into a wild-card game next weekend at AFC North champion Cincinnati. The Chiefs (11-5) go into the playoffs having lost five of seven. They play at AFC South champion Indianapolis, which won 23-7 in Kansas City last week. With the Chargers on the verge of an embarrassing collapse ...
Final: San Diego defeats Kansas City 27-24 in OT. Chargers are playoff-bound. Chiefs will be No. 5 seed at Indy.
A Possible Thought for the Day - Do other teams in the NFL owe their best efforts to the rest of the league in games that don't mean anything to them? The Steelers essentially sank their own playoff boat by losing the first 4 games of the year... But, they have won enough games in the second half of the season to have a mathematical chance - that chance is now dependent on Kansas City beating San Diego... Kansas City has decided that since their playoff position is already decided, they will not play their best players - essentially giving the game to San Diego... Is this the proper decision by the Chiefs when it involves the integrity of the rest of the league? . Unlike Bill Cowher, I don't think it is...
Gr, I hate it when you're right Bill Simmons. "My prediction: Pittsburgh blows out The Secretly Tanking Browns, Baltimore barely loses in Cincy and Miami shockingly falls to the J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS.6 Hey, there's life for the Steelers yet! We head into the late games with Pittsburgh's fans banking on Kansas City's second string to come through in San Diego … only to watch in horror as Phil Rivers fist-pumps, finger-points and psycho-grins his way to a convincing victory that will inevitably be blacked out in Southern California because Roger Goodell hates everyone who lives in Los Angeles. Your 2013 no. 6 seed in the AFC, defying 6-to-1 odds against it happening … the Chargers of San Diego! Could you talk me into taking Phil Rivers in Cincy in Round 1? Actually … yes! YES YOU COULD!"
Chiefs’ Daniel, other backups ready for chance KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Chiefs are paying Chase Daniel more than $4 million in salary and bonuses this season, yet the backup quarterback has not taking a meaningful snap in a game. There’s an argument to be made that fact won’t change Sunday, when the Chiefs head to San Diego to play a game that can’t affect their playoff situation. Kansas City is already locked into the No. 5 seed and is merely waiting to find out who it will face the following weekend. But there’s also an argument to be made that every snap Daniel takes — and it stands to reason there will be many — is very important. After winning their first nine games, the Chiefs have lost four of their last six. And any positive vibes that came with back-to-back wins over Washington and Oakland may have evaporated in a 23-7 rout last weekend by the Colts, a potential first-round playoff opponent. So while most of the starters will likely sit out the majority of this one, it could be ...
Today in Sports History -- Dec. 27 By The Associated Press 1953 — The Detroit Lions edge the Cleveland Browns 17-16 for the NFL championship. Doak Walker's extra point, following a 33-yard scoring pass, is the difference. 1959 — The Baltimore Colts beat the New York Giants 31-16 in the NFL championship. Three field goals by Pat Summerall give the Giants a 9-7 lead after three periods, but Baltimore's defensive backfield makes three interceptions that result in scores. 1964 — The Cleveland Browns break out after a scoreless first half with 17 points in the third quarter and go on to beat the Baltimore Colts 27-0 for the NFL title. 1974 — Ohio State junior running back Archie Griffin wins the Heisman Trophy. 1987 — Steve Largent of the Seattle Seahawks becomes the NFL's all-time reception leader in the Seahawks' 41-20 loss to Kansas City. Largent's six catches gives him 752, surpassing the 750 by San Diego's Charlie Joiner. Gayle Sierens announcing the game for NBC becomes the first female play-by ...
THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1865 - James H. Nason of Franklin, Mass., received a patent for a coffee percolator. 1917 - The U.S. government took over operation of the nation's railroads. 1972 - Harry S. Truman, the 33rd president of the United States, died in Kansas City, Mo., at age 88. 2004 - Peyton Manning of the Indianapolis Colts broke Dan Marino's single-season touchdown pass record when he threw his 48th and 49th of the season in a victory over San Diego.
Record: 10-3-1, first, AFC West Points scored/allowed: 302/208 Coach: Hank Stram Summary: Nine seasons earlier, the then-Dallas Texans outlasted the Houston Oilers 20-17 in double overtime to claim the AFL title. This season, as the Chiefs, the franchise faced another epic double-OT playoff battle, on Christmas Day. Kansas City missed two opportunities to close the deal against the Dolphins in the memorable 27-24 loss. K.C. opened the season with a 21-14 loss to San Diego; only the Jets and Lions beat the Chiefs later in the campaign. Against Oakland, Kansas City managed a 20-20 tie and a 16-14 victory. Offense: 39 Offensive line: 18. LT James Efflo “Jim” Tyrer earns his final Pro Bowl spot and the only 5. Guard Ed “Bluto” Budde, the sole 4, also earns his last Pro Bowl berth. The rest, including sophomore center John Carl “Jack” Rudnay, are 3’s. Receivers: 11. All eyes, of course, will be on 5-point WR Otis “Slug” Taylor, the only A. Rookie WR Elmo Wright is a 3 and B, while TE Morris ...
Chiefs coach Andy Reid says he hasn't decided whether to rest his starters on Sunday against San Diego, even though Kansas City has nothing to gain by winning the game.
So much fun last night at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art Happy Hour concert!! Thanks to those that braved the inclement weather to join us. It was a memorable night in one of my favorite places in Kansas City. Our thanks to the Kemper for hosting us. Today we're back on a plane (writing from 40K feet up - modern technology is amazing), and headed to San Diego to re-join Johnny Boyd and his smoking' band for the Black & White Ball! | TONIGHT | Sat. 14 | Infinity Dancesport | San Diego, CA | 7p | $25
ELMWOOD LEADER-ECHO December 20, 1945 FENTIMAN – WEIDENHOFT Double ring ceremony performed Saturday, December 1, 1945, at 5:00 p.m. by Chaplain John L. Groom in the chapel at the U. S. Naval Hospital, San Diego, Calif., uniting in holy matrimony, Ens. Verda Weidenhoft (NC), daughter of Mrs. Lottie Weidenhoft of Beloit, Kans. , and Cpl. Glen R. Fentiman, son of Mrs. And Mrs. Ray D. Fentiman of Unadilla, Nebr. Bridesmaid was Ens. Pauline Baldwin (NC) attired in Navy uniform, who wore a corsage of white roses. Best man was Lt. Freeman Baldwin of Hot Springs, Arkansas, who wore army regulation uniform. The bride was attired in a two piece wool chartreuse suit with a corsage of tea roses with dark brown accessories and brown pill box hat with finger-tip veil. She is a graduate of Beloit high school, St. Luke’s School of Nursing in Kansas City, Mo., a registered nurse in state of Missouri, Member of American Nurses Association and American Red Cross Nurses Association. Received commission in Navy Nurses C . ...
Did you know NFL teams Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Kansas City and San Diego have not played a indoor game as of 13 games into the season. Also K.C. and S.D. have not played on turf.
7 Len Dawson, Kansas City vs. San Diego, Nov. 15, 1964 record for most in a game... by one player Mathew Stafford has 4.. now. and I cant find the record for team fumbles in one game
Double Coverage: Bengals at Chargers By Eric D. Williams and Coley Harvey Vontaze Burfict and the Benglas travel to face Philip Rivers' Chargers in a game with AFC playoff implications. The Cincinnati Bengals travel to San Diego on the team's longest road trip this season to face a Chargers team that's re-energized after a big win on the road against AFC West rival Kansas City. The Bengals lead the AFC North at 7-4, but will have to hold off hard-charging division rivals Baltimore and Pittsburgh down the stretch for the division title. Cincinnati should be well-rested coming out of a bye week. But the Bengals have struggled under coach Marvin Lewis in those situations, posting a 3-6-1 record during his tenure after bye weeks. At 5-6, San Diego needs a win to stay in the hunt for the final AFC wild-card berth. The Chargers finish with four of their final five games at Qualcomm Stadium. ESPN.com Chargers reporter Eric D. Williams and Bengals reporter Coley Harvey break down the matchup: Williams: Coley, wha ...
It was a lousy weekend for my sports teams. The Colts were terrible, the Lions lost a game that they never should have and the Broncos let New England beat them in the second half. But for that screw up on the punt in OT, they might have gotten at least a tie out of the game. The good news is the Bears lost so the Lions still have a slight advantage. The bad news, they play Green Bay on Thanksgiving. I can only hope they wake up in time to help themselves this year. Then the Broncos get Kansas City on Sunday. Thanks to the KC loss to San Diego, they still have a shot at first in their division. And so it goes. 5 weeks to go and anything can happen. Who wants it the most? PS Can Washington beat San Francisco?
Rivers Leads Chargers To 41-38 Win Over Chiefs by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS November 24, 2013 6:19 PM KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Philip Rivers called it the kind of game that could save the Chargers' season. Seyi Ajirotutu called its defining play the greatest catch of his career. The once-embattled quarterback stoically marched San Diego downfield against Kansas City on Sunday, and then found his unheralded wide receiver with a 26-yard scoring strike with 24 seconds remaining that gave San Diego a 41-38 victory and ended its three-game losing streak. "It's one of those you'll never forget, that's for sure," said Rivers, who threw for 392 yards and three touchdowns against a Kansas City defense that had been among the NFL's best. "It's kind of what our season's been about," Rivers said. "Can you drive and score at the end?" The touchdown pass to Ajirotutu answered one that Alex Smith had thrown to Dwayne Bowe with 1:22 left in the game — one that had seemingly given the Chiefs (9-2) the victory. It turned out ...
More questions than answers for Kansas City after second straight loss:
Well I must say that the two games that I saw Sunday between Kansas City and San Diego was a good game even though we lost, but I must say that I feel better that Denver suffered the same fate that lost there game as well. This coming Sunday is a very big game for Kc we must beat Denver.
Here's my predictions for tomorrow's NFL games: Pittsburgh over Cleveland 17-14, New York Jets over Baltimore 20-14, San Francisco over Washington 35-10, New York Giants over Dallas 28-27, Denver over New England 38-14, Kansas City over San Diego 21-14, and Green Bay over Minnesota 31-17.
and gentlemen, The Captain is back with his paper and pen, ready to give you The Wrap for Week 10. Let's get to it: The two sun-less teams from the Sunshine State had plenty of reason to wear shades after the week's games, congratulations to the Jacksonville Jaguars on their first win at Tennessee and also the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for knocking off the side tracked Dolphins. Road trippin' was a good thing for the Seahawks, beating the Falcons and avenging last year's playoff loss in Atlanta, the Eagles are in the Foles of the NFC East race with their win over Green Bay and the Rams obliterated Indianapolis, as Tavon had a coming out party. There may have been no Tigers in this fight, but oh my the Lions got the best of the Bears, for a rare outdoor division win and Carolina's defense was the difference in their victory at San Fran. Denver stayed on track for their upcoming showdown with Kansas City, by knocking off the charge less Chargers in San Diego. Arizona flew above .500 with their win against the st ...
Big Show today starting at 3 o'clock it's the Veterans Day edition and I have a ton to talk about. 5A football playoff coverage over the weekend and how Fairview does not want to Face Pomona again also why it's harder to beat a team the second time around.I also have NFL coverage headlines from around the league Denver's victory against San Diego how they need to get better protection from the line and why Denver is going to beat Kansas City and give them the first loss of the year. I also have NHL coverage your Colorado Avalanche are 14-2 and looking strong even through Semyon Varlamovs legal trouble and how it's going to come down to them and my Blackhawks who win this division and why I think both these teams will be facing each other in the Stanley Cup Playoffs also headlines around the league. I will also try to finally get some chal coverage in Denver is back in town tomorrow night after losing four out of five on the road you will get my take on what this team needs to do better and why I think t . ...
Going into Week 10, the teams I had "in the hunt" included Tennessee, San Diego, Cleveland, Miami, Oakland and Baltimore. Let's take a look at each team now and how things roughly shape up. Oakland (3-6) With their loss today the Raiders are virtually out. They'd have to go perfect the rest of the way. However, with games against Denver and Kansas City left on the schedule, that's highly improbable. Just note, today they had a laundry list of injuries, which included Darren Mcfadden, and they only lost by 4. The Raiders are improving week to week and play games tough. The Jets host them week 14 with them likely poised to play spoiler. San Diego (4-5) (2-4 vs. AFC) The Chargers are set for the same fate as the Raiders. Today's game against Denver was the first of 4 versus both Kansas City and Denver. Despite the resurgence by Phillip Rivers, the Bolts only crime is playing in the AFC West. Tennessee (4-5) (3-3 vs. AFC) It looked like Tennessee would come out of week 10 in the driver seat for the 6th wildca ...
Kansas City Press Release: Unfortunate Turn Of Events Today Immediately following the game in San Diego, Kansas City Chiefs General Manager John Dorsey said, "It's really just terrible luck that we have to play a starting NFL Quarterback next week." Peyton Manning was harassed all game by the San Diego Chargers, and the Officials did what they could to make sure Kansas City's goal to face all backup quarterbacks could be secured by not throwing flags on anything. Refusing to be named, one NFL Official said, "We definitely wanted to keep San Diego in it, so we threw flags whenever Rivers fumbled the snap. We assumed keeping the game close would be the best way to keep Manning under fire." When reached for comment about having to face a starting NFL quarterback, backup quarterback Alex Smith said, "Well there was that one time I threw two touchdowns in a game, that was pretty insane. I think I even had over 100 yards." Andy Reid did manage to finish a pile of uncooked pasta in time to comment on the game, s ...
well, judging by the score alone I would guess that Purdue just sat on the sidelines and let Ohio State run up and down the field throughout the game.how else do you get to 56-0 Ohio State? Oklahoma State took care of Texas Tech, Penn State ws delightful in their win over Illinois and Georgia took care of Florida. Am watching Missouri game now and then ending my evening with Miami vs Florida State. Next Thursday night is going to be very strange.Oregon is playing Stanford, Baylor is playing Oklahoma and there's the NFL Thursday night game.speaking of NFL tomorrow should be interesting.Kansas City at Buffalo (rooting for Buffalo - sorry Andy) Minnesota is probably going to lose at Dallas and coach Grazier will have the same expression on his face he's had the last 2 games - like he's constipated. Tennessee is at St. Louis.yeah, Good Luck with that guys. New Orleans at New York Jets please Coach Payton and Drew Brees beat the living crap out of them please. San Diego at Washington Redskins.sorry Jose, I ...
Here's my pro football predictions for this weekend: Philadelphia over Oakland 41-38, Baltimore over Cleveland 28-27, New England over Pittsburgh 45-14, San Diego over Washington 35-20, and Dallas over Minnesota 41-27. Other games of interest, I am predicting Kansas City to remain unbeaten with a 35-14 win over Buffalo. I also predict Carolina over Atlanta 28-21, New Orleans over the NY Jets 38-20, Indianapolis over Houston 35-14, Green Bay over Chicago 31-30, and Seattle will keep Tampa Bay winless with a 45-7 thrashing.
Alright, let's see how bad I suck at this. Here are this week's winners in the NFL: Atlanta, Detroit, Miami, New England, Dallas, Chicago, Carolina, San Diego, San Francisco, Green Bay, Kansas City, Baltimore, Denver, Seattle, and Minnesota.
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The San Diego Chargers are wondering whether Philip Rivers can get through the game without turning the ball over, and what the possibilities will be if he does. On Monday night he will take the field with his team against Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts in a game that will get underway at 8:40 PM ET at San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium.   The Colts are the leaders in the AFC South, while the Chargers, who don't have much hope of catching both Kansas City and Denver in the AFC West, would like to thrust themselves into the Wild Card mix.    Here are the NFL odds on this game as they are currently posted for the customers at Colts  -1   San Diego Chargers +1   Over 50.5 Points  -110    Under 50.5 Points  -110     Do the Colts need a little Luck? You bet they do. Andrew Luck has been an NFL quarterback for only 21 games, yet he has brought his team to a fourth quarter comeback victory on nine different occasions.  Last Sunday he did it yet again as he took the Colts to a win over the previous ...
Oakland evens up their series with Detroit at 1-1 with a walk off single in the bottom of the 9th to beat Detroit 1-0. Boston beats up Tampa Bay some more with a 7-4 victory and takes a 2-0 series lead. NFL SUNDAY: Noon games: New Orleans at Chicago New England at Cincinnati Detroit at Green Bay Seattle at Indianapolis Baltimore at Miami Philadelphia at New York Giants Kansas City at Tennessee Jacksonville at St. Louis. 3pm games: Carolina at Arizona 3:05pm Denver at Dallas 3:25 Sunday night: two games Houston at San Francisco 7:30pm San Diego at Oakland 10:35(NFL network) game is late due to playoff game last night in Oakland, athletics and raiders use the same field, they need to change the entire stadium around for football and baseball. NASCAR SPRINT CUP LINEUP IN KANSAS CITY: START TIME: Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback will instruct drivers to start their engines at 2:08 p.m. Eastern time today (1:08 local), followed by the green flag at 2:16 p.m. So if you want to skip the pre-race show and just tune in f ...
NFL Picks: Kansas City (-3), Denver (-8), San Diego (-3), Green Bay (-7), New England (-1). Riding the coattails of the favorites this week.
Good job Denver Broncos on another smashing game...San Diego,Oakland n Kansas City better watch out lol...can u say champs lol
They already talking about the Broncos going undefeated. I don't know, we still got the Cowboys, the Chargers and Chiefs twice, and lets not forget the Patriots and the Texans on the road. You look at the schedule and you tell me who we might lose to. wk5@ Dallas wk6 Jacksonville wk7@ Indianapolis wk8 Washington wk9 bye wk10@ San Diego wk11 Kansas City wk12@ New England wk13@ Kansas City wk14 Tennessee wk15 San Diego wk16@ Houston wk17@ Oakland Honestly I don't see us losing any division games that includes the Chiefs. I don't care how good they look. We have the number 1 run defense without Von Miller and Champ Bailey just imagine when they get back. We're already scary and if we're still undefeated when we get to full strength on defense then going unbeaten sounds real good bit I don't want to though. I don't want us to be another New England, we all know what happened, but no need to talk about the past the present time is what matters. Holla at me.
So...Packers have a bye week. 49'ers already played. Gonna be a boring day, come kick-off time. I guess I'll try to call the games: Baltimore over Buffalo. Cincinnati over Cleveland. Detroit over Chicago. Seattle over Houston. Indianapolis over Jacksonville. Kansas City over New York. (I'd pick Jacksonville over NYG if it happened.) Minnesota over Pittsburgh. Arizona over Tampa Bay. Denver over Philadelphia. Oakland over Washington. Sorry, RG3 fans, but he still don't have the groove yet. Dallas over San Diego. New England over Atlanta. I'm not going to call the Miami/New Orleans game. Two very tough teams, two very tough offenses. Experience goes to NO, but momentum has Miami's back. The two are mutually exclusive. How would YOU call the games?
Foster23's start em sit em for week 4 QB's Start em Tony Romo (At SD) -This week, Romo has the best matchup on the table against the Chargers, who have allowed the most Fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks. So far this year, Matt Schaub, Michael Vick and Jake Locker have all scored at least 29 Fantasy points against San Diego, and Romo should follow suit. Please people, believe in Romo this week. He won't let you down. Michael Vick (At DEN) - Don't give up on Vick now after one game against the Chiefs. Kansas City's defense is for real, and Vick might have struggled with the typical Thursday night blues. Prior to his 17 Fantasy points against the Chiefs, Vick had at least 29 points in his first two games. And he's facing a Broncos defense that has allowed at least 20 Fantasy points in two of three outings this year, including dual threat Terrelle Pryor last week. Vick's production will likely come in a comeback effort, but no matter how he gets his Fantasy points they still count. Andy Dalton (At CLE)- ...
I'm heading down to New Jersey tomorrow to spend time with family and then catch the Eagles-Chiefs game in Philadelphia, so here are my picks for Week 3. Philadelphia over Kansas City. Houston over Baltimore. NY Giants over Carolina. Green Bay over Cincinnati. Dallas over St. Louis. Minnesota over Cleveland. New England over Tampa Bay. New Orleans over Arizona. San Diego over Tennessee. Detroit over Washington. Atlanta over Miami. Buffalo over NY Jets. San Francisco over Indianapolis. Seattle over Jacksonville. Chicago over Pittsburgh. Denver over Oakland. 43-5 for my picks so far this season. I need to start placing bets.
Uh oh, guess what day it is? Guess what day it is... Nah, I don't mean Hump Day. It's time to look into my NFL Crystal Ball and I see some angry teams blowing out their opponents, a huge upset and a team being 3-0 who doesn't deserve to be 3-0 - clue: they should've lost against the Bills - 'nuff said. Last week I was 11-5 which makes me 21-11 for the young season, not bad at all. With no further ado, here's the picks (home teams in CAPS) Thursday: PHILADELPHIA 31 Kansas City 17 Sunday: BALTIMORE 16 Houston 14 NY Giants 31 CAROLINA 28 Green Bay 24 CINCINNATI 20 WASHINGTON 41 Detroit 20 San Diego 35 TENNESSEE 10 New Orleans 38 Arizona 3 New England 17 Tampa Bay 16 DALLAS 24 St. Louis 23 MINNESOTA 12 Cleveland 7 MIAMI 17 Atlanta 14 Buffalo 23 NY JETS 16 San Francisco 41 Indianapolis 10 SEATTLE 56 Jacksonville 0 PITTSBURGH 16 Chicago 10 Monday: Oakland (yes, this is my upset game) 24 DENVER 21 (OT)
Just looking over fantasy results from last night. My Julius Thomas pickup panned out pretty well for this week. As did my staying away from Ravens receivers. If you own Peyton Manning you must feel pretty good. If you for some reason started Jacoby Jones you probably don't so much. A few other NFL predictions I have for the upcoming season: - I'm all in on the Cleveland Browns. I don't know if they're a playoff team but I think they stop being a doormat. Norv Turner is a terrible head coach but he's a fantastic offensive coordinator. If there's one thing he knows how to do it's get results from QB's. Watch Weeden this year. - Russell Wilson, Andrew Luck, and Ryan Tannehill will all improve upon last year's promising rookie campaigns. I think RGIII will come back down to earth a bit. - The Raiders and the Jets will be as awful as advertised. I'm also not predicting good things from Kansas City, San Diego, Jacksonville (but who is?), and I have this gut feeling that it is going to be a long season for Minn ...
WAAAHOO! Weddle on the list!!! Ranking the AFC West defensive backs By Bill Williamson Our AFC West 2013 positional rankings series marches on with a deep, strong group of defensive backs: 1. Eric Weddle, San Diego: He is everything you want in a safety. He is a complete player. 2. Eric Berry, Kansas City: With extended health, the sky is the limit for this special player. 3. Champ Bailey, Denver: He is 35, but he still is a high-impact player. 4. Brandon Flowers, Kansas City: Coaches and scouts around the league rave about this player. 5. Sean Smith, Kansas City: Big, athletic player should strive in Kansas City. 6. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Denver: Playing opposite Bailey should benefit this talent. 7. Tyvon Branch, Oakland: Having Charles Woodson on his side should take pressure off this solid player. 8. Dunta Robinson, Kansas City: Robinson’s versatility will help the Chiefs. 9. Derek Cox, San Diego: A solid player who was badly needed. 10. Charles Woodson, Oakland: He still has something left in ...
Our AFC West positional rankings continue with a look at a strong group of linebackers: 1. Von Miller, Denver: A complete player. One of the top defensive players in the NFL. 2. Tamba Hali, Kansas City: Still a strong pass-rush presence. 3. Justin Houston, Kansas City: A dynamic player. His star is rising. 4. Derrick Johnson, Kansas City: Steady, underrated tackles machine. 5. Donald Butler, San Diego: He is flashing big-time skills. The Chargers need to re-sign him. 6. Dwight Freeney, San Diego: The Chargers hope he can still be a sack master. 7. Wesley Woodyard, Denver: He had a tremendous 2012 season. Good overall player. 8. Jarret Johnson, San Diego: Hard-nosed player who fits the defense well. 9. Nick Roach, Oakland: Raiders are thrilled about this free-agent acquisition. Defense could begin with him. 10. Manti Te'o, San Diego: Chargers expect instant production from this instinctive rookie. 11. Shaun Phillips, Denver: The Broncos think he can still help as a pass-rusher. 12. Kevin Burnett, Oakland: ...
This summer... Interviews/hiring in Boston, Minneapolis, Kansas City, LA. Weddings in Massachusetts and North Dakota. Fishing in New Hampshire. Working/playing in The Bay Area and NorCal. San Diego for a week. Poker tournaments in Vegas. And maybe two weeks in Europe.
As Ed and I finalize our Key West trip in August, we both realized that this will be our last trip for a while. We both have discussed going to other places - places I want him to see or places we've never been before. I want to show him Provincetown, Fire Island and New Hope, and we want to check out a *** cruise, San Francisco, San Diego, Palm Springs, Hawaii and Saugatuck. We would also like to get to cities near us like Chicago, Minneapolis, Kansas City and Omaha. Key West is wonderful and we will be back someday, but we would like to explore.
Great Family News! KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Houston Astros claimed left-hander Wade LeBlanc off waivers from the Miami Marlins on Saturday and expect to use him out of the bullpen to provide depth in long relief. LeBlanc plans to join the team in time for Sunday's series finale in Kansas City, at which point the Astros will make a corresponding roster move. LeBlanc went 1-5 with a 5.18 ERA in seven starts for the Marlins this season. He's 20-32 with a 4.47 ERA in six major league seasons spent with San Diego and Miami. Astros manager Bo Porter said he's familiar with former second-round pick going back to LeBlanc's days with the Padres. His best season was in 2010, when he was 8-12 with a 4.25 ERA. Copyright 2013 by The Associated Press
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Three finals in the books today... Max Scherzer improves to 7-0 as the Tigers pick up a 6-1 win at home against the Twins. Cole Hamels continues to struggle, dropping to 1-8 on the year as the Phillies get pounded at Nationals Park 6-1. The Orioles blew a three run lead in the bottom of the ninth, as the Blue Jays scored four runs to stun the O's 6-5 in Toronto. Elsewhere around the league at the moment... B9 - CHI Cubs 4, Cincinnati 4 B9 - Cleveland 5, Boston 4 T9 - CHI White Sox 5, Miami 3 T8 - Oakland 6, Houston 0 T8 - LA Angels 3, Kansas City 2 T7 - Pittsburgh 5, Milwaukee 3 T3 - Texas 2, Seattle 0 B2 - Arizona 4, San Diego 1 B2 - St. Louis 3, LA Dodgers 2 T2 - Colorado 2, San Francisco 0 The Late game tonight will be Atlanta visiting the Mets at 8:05 ET.
OH MAN ITS ABOUT TO GO DOWN THIS SUMMER. FIRST STOP Kansas City, Missouri FOR A WEEK AND THEN TO San Diego, California TO SEE Lani Bello, Vince Gimeo, Yvonne Rene'e Johnson. Then back to Kansas city drive from there to Visit Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, South Carolina for a week and then to DMV.. Then Sept to Miami Beach, Florida with my Bro Dre, and my bro Ian if he free and Lopez Fidel l if he back and like 6 more people its about to go down. I'm straight kicking it this summer... oh yea the Las Vegas, Nevadathis winter or spring let's get it.. Yo living it like its my last LLEEGGOOO
Girolomo "Momo" Adamo was an Italian mobster in the American Mafia. He lived in Chicago and Kansas City before moving to Los Angeles[1] in the 1930s and soon became Underboss to Jack Dragna in the Los Angeles crime family. His brother Joseph Adamo was also a member of the crime family. Both he and his brother were well connected criminals in San Diego, working with such mobsters as Frank Bompensiero. In 1950, Momo was arrested along with several members of Jack Dragna's family including Tom Dragna (brother), Louis Dragna (nephew), and two men named Frank Paul Dragna (his son and nephew, respectively) after Jack fled the state after being named in the California Crime Commission report as a member of a crime syndicate in Los Angeles. The five of them were taken into custody by the Los Angeles Police Department, who believed they were responsible for bombing Mickey Cohen's home or knew who was.[2] They were all released without being charged when the police couldn't find evidence of their involvement (Tom b ...
MLB Spring Training Baseball starts today with 4 games on the schedule starting at 1pm est. Detroit at Atlanta 1pm est Cincinnat at Cleveland 3pm est Kansas City at Texas 3pm est San Diego at Seattle 3pm est The Toronto Blue Jays kick off their Spring Training schedule tomorrow afternoon in Lakeland, FL against The Detroit Tigers at 1pm est nd you can watch the game Live on Rogers Sportsnet and listen to it on Sportsnet 590 The Fan. Blue Jays manager John Gibbons has said that Brandon Morrow will get the ball Saturday. THUMBS UP to finally say BASEBALL IS BACK and to watch it on tv again... GO JAYS GO!!! - Adam L
Despite eye-witness reports that former Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers head football coach (and current ESPN NFL analyst), Jon Gruden was in Vatican City earlier today, he has denied any interest in the vacant position of Head Coach/Pope/Pontiff of the Catholic Church. "Ridonkulous" says Gruden. "I was there vacationing with my family. My son and I took the Pope-mobile for a spin. It was a blast!" Over the past five years, Gruden (or "Chuckie," as he is affectionately referred to by others within his profession) has reportedly been linked to NFL head coaching vacancies in Oakland, Washington D.C., Chicago, Seattle, Kansas City, Buffalo, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Francisco, San Diego, New York, Houston, Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa Bay, Minnesota and Arizona. He has also been linked to head coaching vacancies at several NCAA football programs, including Notre Dame, Texas Tech, Tennessee, Miami, Florida, Florida State, Stanford, Arkansas, Auburn, Nebraska, Rutgers, Michigan, Ohio State, W ...
Here is a list of the top ten AFC West free agents. Anybody on here that you DON'T want to see be released from your team? -Rodney 1. Ryan Clady, Denver, LT: He is a premier player. He made All-Pro this season. Denver will either extend him or give him the franchise tag. 2. Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City, WR: Bowe can be a top-level receiver. There will be fast interest if he hits the open market. 3. Branden Albert, Kansas City, LT: Albert came into his own in 2012. He is going to be a rich man, whether it’s from the Chiefs or on the open market. 4. Brandon Myers, Oakland, TE; Myers has a breakout receiving season in 2012. There will be interest on the open market. The Raiders will try to keep him, but it may not be easy. It could help Oakland that it is a strong tight end free agent class. 5. Louis Vasquez, San Diego, OG: Scouts love this player. He is the Chargers’ best offensive lineman. 6. Antoine Cason, San Diego, CB: The word around the league is Cason will get interest. He could price himself out of ...
On January 25 in Baseball History... 1945 - The New York Yankees are sold by the Ruppert estate to Larry MacPhail, Dan Topping, and Del Webb for $2.8 million. For that price, the trio obtains 400 players (266 of them in military service), Yankee Stadium, parks in Newark and Kansas City, and leases on other minor-league stadia. 1974 - Ray Kroc, fast-food entrepreneur (McDonald's), buys the San Diego Padres for $12 million. 1978 - The San Diego Padres trade pitcher Dave Tomlin and an estimated $125,000 in cash to the Texas Rangers for aging pitcher *** Perry. Perry will win the N.L. Cy Young Award with San Diego in 1978.
All head coaching vacancies are now full.. Arizona signed Bruce Arians, San Diego signed Mike McCoy, Chicago signed Marc Trestman, Philadelphia signed Chip Kelly, Jacksonville signed Gus Bradley, Kansas City signed Andy Reid, Cleveland signed Rob Chudzinski, and Buffalo signed Doug Marrone. Who do you think made the best choice ? Which new coach will have the best success ? If your team signed a new coach are you happy with the choice ? --Zach
Im completely excited to see Chip Kelly with the Eagles, and Mike McCoy with the Chargers, if he can help Phillip Rivers with his footwork and fix that o-line San Diego is very dangerous, and Andy Reid in Kansas City probably drafting Geno Smith, did the AFC West just get interesting??
Ok Giants fans, if your team doesn't make the playoffs next year, its their own fault. No excuses. You will be forced to take Mark Sanchez (lmao). Anyways, here are your opponents for next year. Home: Dallas, Washington, Philadelphia, Green Bay, Minnesota, Seattle, Denver, Oakland. Away: Dallas, Washington, Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit, Carolina, Kansas City, San Diego. Good Luck.
NFL Predictions: Game 1 – Houston Texans Vs Cincinnati Bengals Cincy is on a role, winning a lot down the stretch, but against who? Kansas City, Oakland, San Diego, Philly? Not really a big deal. They beat the Ravens in week 17, but they didn’t start a QB, and Ray Rice had 1 series of carries. The game worth mentioning that they won since week 11 is against Pitt, in Pitt, with the Steel Curtain falling short by 3. But, that was also somewhat of a fluke, since the kicker in Pittsburgh was 40 out of his last 40 in kicks 40yds and shorter, and then missed a 29 yd FG at home in the game, a game in which the Steelers lost by 3. Suffice to say, the Bengals haven’t impressed me much this year, but they have beat who they’ve needed to down the stretch to get themselves in the playoffs. Against teams over .500 this year, the Bengals went 4-4 (one of those wins in week 17 again when the Ravens weren’t trying, so take it for what you will.) That’s still pretty respectable though, but the road record is w ...
Thinking ahead to 2014 and looking back on 2013 I've so much to be thankful for: Wonderful adventures (Puebla & Oaxaca, Asia with Alan Mah, Kansas City, Istanbul, New York, San Diego to name a view) ... a stupendous sales year, learning how to use Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 before they come out with Version 6, an amazingly great group of clients, friends made, weight lost and not refound, my web site updated, database project done, presentations powerful, house decluttered, photos taken and processed. ... and the thrill of know that Anderson Cooper finally got rid of that talking head which has been blathering incessantly to the left of him on CNN's New Year's Celebration. How was your 2013? Ira Serkes
Cowboys’ Opponents For 2013 Finalized; Hosting Top QBs Posted 3 hours ago While the NFL schedule won’t be released officially until early April, the Cowboys at least know all 16 opponents for the 2013 season. That was finalized after Sunday’s season-finale loss to the Redskins, which dropped the Cowboys to 8-8 and a third-place finish in the NFC East. That slotted the Cowboys to play at New Orleans and at home against St. Louis – two other third-place teams in the NFC South and NFC West. The Cowboys will play all NFC North teams next year, meaning trips to Detroit and Chicago, with home games against Green Bay and Minnesota. The Cowboys will also play the AFC West, with games at home against Denver and Oakland, traveling to San Diego and Kansas City. It should be a good year to see opposing quarterbacks at Cowboys Stadium, with Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers and Sam Bradford coming to town, along with the NFC East rivals Robert Griffin III and Eli Manning. Home opponents: NY Giants Philadelphia Was ...
Unemployment line got longer today. "With the regular season ending the day before, the firings came at a furious clip and within a two-hour span the following were sacked: Andy Reid in Philadelphia, Lovie Smith in Chicago, Norv Turner in San Diego, Pat Shurmur in Cleveland, Romeo Crennel in Kansas City and Chan Gailey in Buffalo, Though he also had a losing record, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan held onto his job while general manager Mike Tannenbaum was let go. Jacksonville fired its GM, Gene Smith, and coach Mike Mularkey could go soon, too. The Chargers and Browns made it a clean sweep. San Diego dismissed GM A.J. Smith along with Turner. Cleveland fired GM Tom Heckert along with Shurmur." *** some big names -Anthony
We just played our last show of 2012 in Chicago, and after many airport delays I'm finally home. Sitting here, I was just reflecting back on the last year and the whirlwind we've had. To say it's been amazing, is truly an understatement!! Can't thank you all enough for the love and support you've given us!!! Going out with a bang, :-) here's a rundown of the last 2.5 weeks alone. We've played shows in: San Francisco, Phoenix, Tucson, Seattle, NYC, Santa Ana, Los Angeles, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Kansas City, Bakersfield, and Chicago. We've met a ton of great people along the way and played with some pretty amazing bands: The Shins Passion Pit Alt-J Tegan and Sara Genius Churchill Heroes and Villains Anberlin Pacific Air and more... We shot a music new video. Went to at SiriusXM Alt Nation. Are currently somewhere in the 20's In the Alternative Charts, and are on some pretty amazing best songs of the year lists: The Huffington Post with Jon Chattman Talks and more... Whew! :-) Now, after we get bit ...
No Qb Spots next year Geno Smith to Kansas City, Matt Barkley to Cardnals, Terrel Pryor Oakland, and Tyler Wilson to San Diego
A "more than reliable source" tells 610 Houston's Nick Wright that Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel and GM Scott Pioli have both been informed they will be fired at season's end. Although he's now based in Houston, Wright is a former Kansas City radio host with a history of breaking Chiefs news. Similar to the situation in San Diego, we're unlikely to get official word on Crennel and Pioli's fate until after Week 17, but there's zero reason to believe either will be retained. Pioli has undermined an otherwise promising roster by failing disastrously in his quest to find a quarterback, while Crennel has proven every bit as overmatched as he was in Cleveland. Retaining Crennel after he guided the Chiefs to a 2-1 finish as interim coach in 2011 could end up as a job-killing decision for Pioli. His reported bizarre behind-the-scenes behavior surely did him no favors with owner Clark Hunt, who will be undergoing his second GM search in five years. For what it's worth, Wright's report has been shot down in several qu ...
Time to finish the season strong...week 16 NFL picks: Atlanta takes down Detroit this Saturday, then I've got the Raiders sliding by Carolina, Saints go marching out of Dallas with a win, Green Bay over Tennessee, AP & the Vikings run over Houston, New England takes down Jacksonville, Indy over Kansas City, Buffalo on the road in Miami, Washington plucks the Eagles, Pittsburgh in a tough one over Cincy, Tampa Bay drops St. Louis, the Jets fly over San Diego in Norv's last game as a head coach, Denver easily over Cleveland, Baltimore bounces back over the Giants, Chicago over Arizona and in the game of the week Seattle surprises San Francisco. Who you got?
Shipped out to San Diego and New Mexico today! Monday blocks to Kansas City and South Carolina ! So excited and thankful for all the orders!
Week 15 NFL picks: Thursday Night Football I have Cincy flying over Philly, Atlanta at home over the Giants, Baltimore surprises Denver, Green Bay takes down Chicago, Washington over Cleveland, Houston bounces back over Indy, Jacksonville sneaks by Miami, Tampa Bay surprises New Orleans, Minnesota over St. Louis, Detriot easily over Arizona, Seattle gets by Buffalo, Carolina over San Diego, Pittsburgh on the road in Dallas, Oakland takes Kansas City at home, New England in the game of the week over the Niners and the Jets represent on Monday Night over Tennessee. What you got?!?
WEEK 15 IN THE NFL December 13(Thursday Game)Cincinnati at Philadephia Sunday Games(December 16) NY Giants at Altanta, Minnesota at St Louis, Jacksonville at Miami, Green Bay at Chicago, Washington at Cleveland, Denver at Baltimore, Indianapolis at Houston, Tampa Bay at New Orleans, Detroit at Arizona, Carolina at San Diego, Seattle at Buffalo, Pittsburgh at Dallas, Kansas City at Oakland, San Francisco at New England.Monday(December 17) NY Jets at Tennessee. Now Let's Make Them Do What They Do.and get Picky with me!
We are heading out on the road again in February with our good friends Senseless Beauty, in what we are dubbing the " Headed West For The WinTOUR" From Feb.1st-Feb.15th, Starting with our Cd Release and Tour Kickoff at home in Waterloo, Then ending in Mason City for our return home,and SB's cd release, and dates in between which we are about to list, if you or anyone you know can help with a date please hit up one of us in one of the bands, we would love to come hangout and play in your city, also the cities listed are just general area does not have to be in that city, any help would be beyond grateful! 2-1 Waterloo, Iowa East (The Opportunist EP Release/tour kickoff) 2-2 Kansas City,Missouri 'TBA" 2-3 Oklahoma City/Tulsa,Oklahoma "Help Book" 2-4 Amarillo/Dallas/FTW,Texas "TBA" 2-5 Albuquerque,New Mexico 2-6 Tempe/Phoenix, Arizona "Help Book" 2-7 San Diego, California "Help Book" 2-8 Bakersfield, California "Help Book" 2-9 Las Vegas, Nevada "Help Book" 2-10 Salt Lake City/Ogden, Utah "Help Book" 2-11 Ch ...
If you don't want to rush out on July 7th, here are rates up until July 8th. (Some flight prices will stay the same, some will be less) Today’s Sample: Using July 4 – July 8, 2013 (as far out as available) as travel dates, the current airfares are as follows (based on Kayak.com): Little Rock to Seattle: $420.00 Memphis to Seattle: $529.00 St. Louis to Seattle: $432.00 Dallas to Seattle: $384.00 Houston to Seattle: $477.00 Chicago to Seattle: $412.00 Kansas City to Seattle: $282.00 Baltimore to Seattle: $477.00 Lexington to Seattle: $524.00 Fayetteville to Seattle: $623.00 Fort Smith to Seattle: $574.00 Austin to Seattle: $352.00 Corpus Christi to Seattle: $593.00 San Antonio to Seattle: $306.00 Washington DC to Seattle: $306.00 Atlanta to Seattle: $452.00 Detroit to Seattle: $522.00 San Francisco to Seattle: $270.00 San Jose to Seattle: $283.00 San Diego to Seattle: $258.00 Los Angeles to Seattle: $306.00 Milwaukee, WI to Seattle: $375.00 Grand Rapids, MI to Seattle: $464.00 Omaha, NE to Seattle: $412 ...
Roethlisberger went through a full practice Wednesday for the first time since he left the Nov. 12 game against Kansas City with shoulder and rib injuries, and as long as there are no setbacks, he will make his first start in nearly a month against San Diego in Heinz Field.
An anonymous businessman from Kansas City, Missouri traveled to New York City last week to help out victims of Superstorm Sandy. He's going by the name "Secret Santa" . . . and he plans to give away 1,000 hundred-dollar bills to people around the country. That's a total of $100,000. He's been to San Diego, Chicago, and Charlotte, North Carolina to hand out money. I don't think Montgomery is on his stop list. Bubba
Putting week 13 behind me and moving on to week 14 picks: the Thursday Night match up is a tough one for me, but I have to go with the Broncos over my beloved Raiders. Then I've got Buffalo at home over St. Louis, Atlanta on the road in Carolina, Cincy upsets the Cowboys, Cleveland in a toss up over Kansas City, Indy at home over Tennessee, Jacksonville upsets the lowly Jets, Minnesota in a stunner over Chicago, Pittsburgh over San Diego, Tampa Bay hurts Philly, Washington over Baltimore (only because they're at home), the 49ers hook the Dolphins, the Giants rebound at home over the Saints, Seattle over Arizona, Green Bay drops Detroit and on Monday Night...wow, a tough one, but I see Houston over New England. Talk to me!
My NFL Picks for week 13: Jacksonville at Buffalo: Buffalo Seattle at Chicago: Seattle San Francisco at St. Louis: San Francisco New England at Miami: New England Arizona at NY Jokes: Arizona Indianapolis at Detroit: Indianapolis Minnesota at Green Bay: Green Bay Houston at Tennessee: Houston Carolina at Kansas City: Carolina Tampa Bay at Denver: Denver Cleveland at Oakland: Cleveland Cincinnati at San Diego: San Diego Pittsburgh at Baltimore: Baltimore Philadelphia at Dallas: Philadelphia New York Giants at Washington: New York Giants. -Moe
Sun. Afternoon game - [Kansas City] Kamikazes 7 Cincinnati 6, 13 innings WP - 1969 Larry Dierker (14-8), in relief LP - Rookie Casey Huffer (2-3), in relief star - Kam 2b 1983 Jim Gantner (.319-2 HR-51 RBI) - Gantner had 4 Singles on the day in 7 AB. The most important one was the Walk-off Single in the 13th. It followed a lead off Double (the 2nd of the day, by 3b Wade Boggs and an Error by Cin 2b Bip Roberts that allowed Kam lf Bill Bruton to reach Base. Standings - Kam (48-41) is 2nd in AL West, 10 GB San Diego. Kam is also 2nd in the AL Wildcard Standings, 5 GB Minnesota of the East and 1 Game Ahead of St. Louis of the East and Houston of the Central. outlook - Twice in June, Kam pulled within 1 Game of Min and the Wildcard lead. But a 6 Game Losing Streak just before the All-Star break threatened to take Kam out of contention. Since the break, Kam has won 6 of 8. Things are back almost where they were 2 weeks ago. The big difference for Kam is that Min has increased its lead. Kam's ...
As an extreme Titans fan I'm exctied for Steve McNair's success in Baltimore. Which is why I almost broke out in tears when he threw his 3rd INT. People keep comparing him to his success in Tennessee but remember when he was there he had Eddie George. Jamal Lewis dosnt seem to have that spunk' he had two seasons ago.Baltimore is good. There defense is the best in the AFC hands down. But in order to compete with AFC defensive powerhouse's like Jacksonville, Denver (who we saw last night has one heck of a D), San Diego, and Kansas City, they are going to have to complimant their running game a little more. This years Jamal Lewis is no one where near to the 1999 and 2000 Eddie George which is what helped make McNair what he was. I would love to see get a ring though!And yes the game looked B-E-A-UTIFUL in HD. I could literally see 1 or 2 gray hairs sprout from Brian Billick's scalp in frustration.p.s. i love the podcast
It's an NFL On CBS Week 11 doubleheader. Tomorrow start your day as always with J.B. and crew for the NFL Today at 12:00 Eastern Time. Then the 1:00 kickoffs features either Cincinnati at Kansas City, Cleveland at Dallas, Jacksonville at Houston or New York Jets at St. Louis. Then at 4:25, some of you will see the Andrew Luck-Tom Brady showdown as Indianapolis travels to New England while others will see the big AFC West showdown between San Diego at Denver. It's an NFL On CBS Week 11 doubleheader tomorrow.
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NFL picks for Week 11 (last week 10-3-1, hope for no ties this week) Sunday Green Bay at Detroit- Packers. Rodgers overcomes injuries to his defense Arizona at Atlanta- Falcons rebound from 1st loss Philadelphia at Washington- Redskins take advantage of Nick Foles 1st NFL start for Eagles Tampa Bay at Carolina- Panthers in upset, Tampa Bay isn't that good Cleveland at Dallas- Cowboys, but it's closer than they like NY Jets at St Louis- Rams Cincinnati at Kansas City- Chiefs in 2nd upset of week Jacksonville at Houston- Texans big, will be resting starters in 4th qtr New Orleans at Oakland- Saints. Drew Brees has big day, Raiders have no defense Indianapolis at New England- Patriots. Andrew Luck gets 1st taste of rivlary, but too much Tom Brady at home San Diego at Denver- Broncos basically wrap up AFC West Baltimore at Pittsburgh- Steelers do enough at home with Byron Leftwich Monday Chicago at San Francisco- 49ers. I'm not a big Jay Cutler fan, but Bears have no offense without him
It's NFL Week 10-Byes this week include-Arizona, Cleveland, Green Bay and Washington. The team I am calling out this week is the Super Bowl Champion NY Giants-Hopefully they bounce back this week and beat Cincinnati. My Saddest Game of the Week is Dallas at Philadelphia. Basura Game of the Week is Kansas City at Pittsburgh. Game of the Week is Houston at Chicago. Here are my picks this week-Jacksonville over Indianapolis, New England over Buffalo, Tennessee over Miami, Seattle over NY Jets, Baltimore over Oakland, NY Giants over Cincinnati, Denver over Carolina, Tampa Bay over San Diego, Philadelphia over Dallas, New Orleans to shock Atlanta, Detroit over Minnesota, San Francisco over St. Louis, Da Bears over Houston and Pittsburgh destroys Kansas City!!!
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On Sunday, ESPN reported that suspended New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton was in further coaching limbo after having his contract extension voided by the NFL. Barring a new agreement with the Saints, Payton could become a free agent at the end of the season. Although Payton has been tainted by the Bountygate scandal, you'd have to think that there still would be plenty of teams willing to hire a Super Bowl-winning coach, a man who owns one of the game's most brilliant offensive minds. Owners and general managers would trip over themselves to make him an offer to come to cities that could have vacancies — Philadelphia, San Diego, Kansas City, Cleveland, Jacksonville and Tennessee seemingly among the options. Let me see, did I leave any possibility out? Oh, yeah ... Dallas — which happens to be the place I believe Payton will end up in 2013. I think Payton and his agent, or someone close to Payton, leaked the story to ESPN for a number of possible reasons: to squeeze the Saints by putting public pres ...
Week 9 NFL Picks: San Diego over Kansas City (Thursday Night Football), Cincinnati over Denver (upset), Baltimore over Cleveland, Green Bay over Arizona, Chicago over Titans, Miami over Indianapolis, Washington over Carolina, Detroit over Jacksonville, Houston over Buffalo, Tampa Bay over Oakland (upset), Seattle over Minnesota, New York over Pittsburgh, Dallas over Atlanta (upset), Philadelphia over New Orleans (Monday Night Football).
Just a little story I was reading and wanted to share about the Bronco's Their schedule is about to lighten up a whole bunch. Look at what’s ahead for Manning and his Broncos teammates: Week 9 @ Cincinnati (3-4) Week 10 @ Carolina (1-6) Week 11 vs. San Diego (3-4) Week 12 @ Kansas City (1-6) Week 13 vs. Tampa Bay (3-4) Week 14 @ Oakland (3-4) Week 15 @ Baltimore (5-2) Week 16 vs. Cleveland (2-6) Week 17 vs. Kansas City (1-6) NEED A LIGHT? Coaches on hot seat close to going up in flames, Alex Marvez says. That is nine games in a row with eight of those nine coming against teams with losing records. The one team with a winning record — the Baltimore Ravens — is no doubt trending downward after the losses of Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb. You can make a solid argument that not only will Denver be favored in every game from here on out, but that it will be a major upset if it does not “win out” the rest of the way. Now, the NFL’s tough and there are strange things — injuries, upsets, freak occurr ...
From Peter King (NFL analyst for SI) regarding last night's CHARGERS victory: "Encouraging game for the terminally up-and-down Chargers, the 31-13 win over the already-playing-out-the-string Chiefs. Encouraging, but hardly convincing. San Diego is 4-4. The Chargers are 2-4 since Week 2, with both wins over Kansas City. Last night, I heard Herman Edwards say on ESPN that the Chargers are ready "to get on a roll,'' I believe is how he phrased it. Edwards may be right, if Philip Rivers continues to be as efficient as he was (18 of 20) Thursday, and if the pass rush can chase the quarterback the way it did Matt Cassel. But haven't we heard that 67 times before over the last six or eight years? The Chargers ready "to get on a roll?'' The same team that, before Thursday night, was outscored in the previous three halfs 42-6? The AFC is eminently playoff-makeable this year, obviously, but I'll need to see more proof than a landslide fourth quarter against a 1-7 white-flag-waver before I even begin to believe in t ...
Kansas City at San Diego?...really...sounds like a Netflix night. BTW if you have not watched the History Channel's The Men Who Built America, it is really good.
Good Morning, Day 69 – That looks like the same number inverted to fit each other. “Warning” Do not Google that number!! There will be no pictures today associated with count. ;-) It’s a terrific Thursday. I tell you; two nights without sports, I’m having withdrawals!! You can only watch so many repeat episodes of Two and a Half Men, Seinfeld, Frasier, Everybody Loves Raymond, Friends, etc…now ”Big Bang” always good. Thank goodness tonight has football! The start of week nine in the NFL brings Kansas City to San Diego not such a great match up but usually the two plays each other well. I have picked San Diego in the pool for the week. The kids reportedly got lots of candy last night and had a good time! I hope everybody has a great Thursday. The “watch” I bought is driving me nuts….more to follow…
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I need a distraction today. Like football. 1 NFL, 3 Coll games tonight. My Top Plays: NFL...Kansas City (+8) over San Diego, and the Over (41.5). Coll...Western Kentucky (-8.5) over Middle Tennessee State, and in the Eastern Michigan-Ohio game, the Under (58).
In ranking the Kansas City Chiefs a DISTANT last 31st place in the NFL standings here is what Sports Illustrated had to say: " I'm confident the Chiefs will again some day take the lead in a regular season NFL game. It might even happen Thursday night, at San Diego, in a game the football nation can't wait to see. If there's a team that looks as lifeless as Kansas City, it would have to be Norv Turner's swooning Chargers Read more:
This week is NFL Week 9 and as usual, 3 primetime games will be coming your way. NFL Network's Thursday Night Football features Kansas City at San Diego, NBC's Sunday Night Football features the undefeated Atlanta Falcons as they play host to the Dallas Cowboys while ESPN's Monday Night Football this week features Philadelphia at New Orleans. That's all just part of what should be a very exciting NFL Week 9.
Time for the weekly NFL Pick. So far this season I am 63-41. TNF - Minnesota over Tampa Miami over New York Jets (Upset game) Packers over the Jacksonville Jaguars. # 12 is on a roll...look out San Diego over Cleveland... Sorry to Bob Martin...I'd love to pick Cleveland Philly over ATL... ATL is due for an off game, and The iggles might just do it Chicago over Carolina --- Cam has attitude... a bad one, but he has one at least New England Over St. Louis, but I wouldn't be surprised if Fish pulls the upset TN over Indy... TN has gotten some confidence, which should be enough to win in Indy Detroit over Seattle... I think you all know where I stand on the Seahawks. I can't pick em Kansas City over Oakland...DGOTW New York Giants over The Cowboys. The "Gints" get even for the first game of the year Denver over New Orleans. Drew will struggle with the elevation... Just like Obama San Francisco over Arizona... The Cards aren't flying so high these days
Sports fans with a more depressing recent history of torture than me. Cleveland fans, Cincy fans (basically any *** that still lives in Ohio), Seattle fans, DC fans, San Diego fans, and anyone that lives near Kansas City. Mack Brown, Manny Diaz, Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett can all go suck it.
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Here's my fearless NFL Picks after a 2nd straight 10-5 week. Arizona d Buffalo; New England d Seattle (Brady & offense too good despite West Coast travel for Pats); San Francisco d NY Giants (Niners at home and revenge from last year's playoff loss); Minnesota d Washington (if RG3 healthier, I would actually pick the Skins!); Houston d Green Bay (we'll see if Houston is worthy of Super Bowl talk!); Denver d San Diego (winner could control AFC West - Money on Peyton!); Tampa Bay d Kansas City; Indianapolis d NY Jets (LUCK says Indy wins! He is a remarkable QB!); Cincinnati d Cleveland; Philadelphia d Detroit (loser out of playoffs); Atlanta d Oakland; Miami d St. Louis (tight one to call! Miami QB & Reggie Bush playing well and at home); Baltimore d Dallas (same for Ravens - to be in Super Bowl talk, they must knock out Jerry's Cowboys!) ... 5-Week Record: 43-35.
Looking for a soundtrack for your Saturday morning? I'm sitting in for Ernie Denise 7-9 am (pacific) on San Diego's Jazz 88.3 www.jazz88.org. I'm thinking it would be nice to get up to Nancy Wilson, Lester Young, Cal Tjader, Stan Getz, Art Pepper, Miles Davis, Billie Holliday, Hank Crawford, Milt Jackson, Ahmad Jamal, & Count Basie's Kansas City 6 sounds like the core of a fine morning playlist to me.
Finished 7-6 last week. Bad week. But I'm now at 57% My week 6 picks. 1. Pittsburgh over Tennessee. 2. Tampa Bay over Kansas City. 3. NY Jets over Indy Colts. 4. Cincy over Cleveland. 5. Philadelphia over Detroit. 6. Atlanta over Oakland 7. St Louis over Miami. 8. Mighty Dallas Cowboys at Baltimore??? OUCH! Confounded! 9. Zona over Buffalo. 10. San Francisco over NY Giants. 11. Washington over Minnesota. 12. New England over Seattle. 13. Green Bay over Houston. 14. San Diego over Denver. The Mighty Dallas Cowboys may have a little chance if Kyle Orton plays QB. Romo is one big Cluster Fudge. Seattle may surprise me against New England. University of Washington Huskies-35 University of Southern California-31.
Everyone is making a big deal about the Atlanta Falcons going 5-0. WHHHY??? They played Kansas City (1-4), Denver (2-3), San Diego (3-2), Carolina (1-4), and Washington (2-3)... Bring them to NY, NE, Houston, Baltimore. You dont get credit for beating up the handicapped! Sorry.
The San Diego Chargers started the season with only four cornerbacks on the roster: Quentin Jammer Antoine Cason, Marcus Gilchrist and Shareece Wright. At one point, every cornerback besides Wright was dealing with an injury. San Diego was confident with their four corners, especially because of the offseason and pre-season Shareece Wright had. Unfortunately, Wright went down with an ankle injury and is expected to miss a couple more weeks. This left the Chargers with three cornerbacks, having to put Eric Weddle guarding the slot multiple times. Greg Gatson, undrafted rookie, was one player that San Diego continued to sign from the practice squad for games and then release him after. They did this to be prepared if another cornerback got injured. Gatson isn't the answer for their fourth corner position with Wright out. After signing Nick Novak to the roster this past week, there was no room for Greg Gatson. San Diego played the entire game against Kansas City on Sunday with three cornerbacks. It was a ris ...
Good afternoon Kansas City!...How are U?...Keith Jackson again!...Are U ready to watch your CHiEFS do battle with the Chargers as they Charge into ARROWHEAD from San Diego!...Just across the parking lot from Kauffman the ROYALS home turf!...here along the Banks of The Mighty Missouri!!!
Tailgating at Arrowhead Stadium with friends and family! Shrimp boil, cranberry vodkas, and keeping my fingers crossed Kansas City will have a strong showing against San Diego today! Go Chiefs!!!
Nfl picks Atlanta over Carolina, Buffalo over New England, Minnesota over Detroit, Houston over Tennessee, San Diego over Kansas City, New York Jets over San Francisco, Seattle over St Louis, Arizona over Miami, Denver over Oakland, Cincinnati over Jacksonville, Green Bay over New Orleans, Tampa Bay over Washington, New York Giants over Philadelphia and Chicago over Dallas
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Now, the Anti-Survivor breakdown. Before the games, there were 183 left out of 560 participants. 124 had KC and Minnesota losing. I picked the Rams, so still in it. Anti-Survivor - 183 entries remaining Kansas City - 71 Minnesota - 43 St. Louis - 21 Tampa Bay - 18 Seattle - 8 Oakland - 5 Atlanta - 3 New England - 3 Tennessee - 3 Arizona - 2 Cincinnati - 2 Jacksonville - 2 New York Giants - 1 San Diego - 1 Wowsa, all I can say.
If I was a betting man, here are the picks where I'd go against the Vegas line this week: Miami over the Jets and Atlanta over San Diego. I would also take Kansas City plus the points (New Orleans will not win by 9). Games to totally stay the *** away from: Cincinnati at Washington, Philadelphia at Arizona, New England at Baltimore, and Green Bay at Seattle. Anything else: bet the favorite. ; )
As I said, you can win a lot or lose a lot, yesterday we did the latter. but learned a lot for the future upcoming conference schedule, Tenneesse can not defend the pass, they have no secondary, period, Michigan St has big time quarterback issues and offense line issues. Florida will tank in conference play, this will be the only gane they will win away from the swamp, we will be patient and wait. So for today we will do the following. On the moneyline we will take the New York Giants, Cincinnati, New England and Houston, we will take the following parlay on a 6 1/2 point teaser, going up of course on Kansas City + 10 down on the New York Giants - 1/2 down on Houston - 1/2 down on Cincinnati - 1/2 San Diego at even, this gives us a 5 teamer, for a Wild Card dog parlay we will take St. Louis + 3 New York Jets + 6 1/2 and Kansas City + 3 for a 3 teamer, on way to book, HBG call
Matthew "Nastradamus" Lindsley's picks for NFL week over Green Bay, Buffalo over Kansas City, Cincinatti over Cleveland, Minnesota over Indianapolis, Houston over Jacksonville, Miami over Oakland, Arizona over New England, Tampa Bay over New York Giants, Philadelphia over Baltimore, Seattle over Dallas, Washington over St. Louis, Pittsburgh over New York Jets, San Diego over Tennesse, Detroit over San Francisco, Atlanta over Denver.
Here are my predicted winners for Week of the NFL Schedule. Chicago (over Green Bay ... yes, again I am rolling the dice!), Indianapolis (a LUCKy guess? Indy at home, should beat the Vikes), Oakland, NY Giants, Carolina (upset New Orleans), New England, Baltimore, Kansas City, Cincinnati, Houston, Dallas, Washington, San Diego, Pittsburgh, San Francisco (in NFL!) and Atlanta (yes, over Peyton's Broncos). 1ST WEEK'S PICK RECORD: 10-6.
here are my picks not that anyone is keeping up. Green Bay, New England, N.Y. Giants, Oakland, Carolina, Minnesota, Houston, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Kansas City, Dallas, Washington, Pittsburgh, San Diego, Detroit, Denver.
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Great night at the Phillies game last night with Rebecca and Bill. Beautiful night, lots of scoring (though too many pitching changes), and $1 hot dogs to boot. That's thirteen teams in seven ballparks this year: Toronto at Milwaukee, San Diego at St. Louis, New York Mets at Washington, Kansas City at Baltimore, Kansas City again at Boston, Texas at New York Yankees, and Miami at Philadelphia. Pretty good season, I'd say.
U.S. Ambassador met with two Guyanese officials who visited the United States The participants visited New York, Washington, D.C., New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Kansas City to examine community policing efforts and strategies that nurture a culture of lawfulness through Community Engagement as well as the ramifications for communities that have lost confidence in their police forces and strategies to regain that trust. The participants also met with citizen action groups to *** public needs and priorities, including neighborhood crime prevention programs, and examined programs in schools, the community, and workplaces that promote the values and practices that make a community governable
My NFL predictions for the 2012 season. The most important player in the NFL this year is.Marshall Newhouse, LT for the Green Bay Packers. He must protect the blindside of Aaron Rodgers. Remember the 2008 season? Tom Brady when down in the first game and Matt Casell took over for the Patriots and nearly lead them to the playoffs. Well Graham Harrell is no Matt Cassell and without a solid running game the Packers will sink like a rock if Rodgers goes down, which, sadly, I think will happen this season. Keeping that in mind, here are my predictions. AFC Division winners: New England... easy schedule. Baltimore... Joe Flacco is in a contract season. Houston... see New England above. San Diego... Norv Turner must produce and so will the defense this year. Wild Cards... Kansas City and thier improved running game and Buffalo because Mario Williams plays on the left side. NFC Division winners: Dallas... Tony Romo shuts up his critics and Rob Ryan's defense becomes a force with shutdown corners. Detroit... Matt ...
Kiss my *** Raiders Fans Super Bowl XLVII is scheduled to kick off on February 3, 2013 in New Orleans. If Peter King of Sports Illustrated is correct, the Broncos will be there playing for the Vince Lombardi Trophy. In this week’s magazine, King predicts Denver to win the AFC Title and face Green Bay in the Super Bowl, with the Packers edging the Broncos by a field goal in the Championship Game, 33-30. “Fifteen years ago John Elway won a 31-24 shootout with Brett Favre in the Super Bowl,” King wrote. “This time Elway will be watching from a Superdome box, not helicoptering over tacklers in San Diego.” On their way to New Orleans, the Broncos are predicted to defeat Baltimore 27-25 in the Wild Card Round, then the Texans 23-20 in the Divisional Round before topping the Patriots 19-17 in the AFC Championship Game. All three hypothetical playoff matchups would be rematches from Denver’s regular-season schedule. The magazine has the Broncos finishing tied atop the AFC West at 10-6 with Kansas City ...
Denver has the AFC West wrapped up. Oakland is *** poor. San Diego is past their prime. Kansas City has Matt Cassell.
Baseball will be on too! Kansas City at Chicago White Sox 7:10 PM Chicago Cubs at San Diego 9:05 PM
Janitors and Supporters in 17 Cities Rally to End Poverty Wage Jobs in Houston, says SEIU HOUSTON, Aug. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Support for Houston janitors is spreading across the country following the Tuesday arrests of seven people, including 5 janitors, who participated in an act of peaceful, nonviolent civil disobedience at a protest in support of a living wage for Houston janitors. Today, hundreds of janitors and Human Rights activists in 17 cities are protesting in front of office buildings cleaned by the same cleaning contractors that employ Houston janitors--who are now on their fourth week of an unfair labor practices strike. The cities where solidarity actions are taking place are Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, New York City, Portland, San Diego, San Ramon, Seattle, St. Louis, Toronto, and Washington, D.C.
I will be on the road with The Henry Clay People starting next week. If you live in San Diego, Los Angeles, San Franciso, Salt Lake City, Denver, Kansas, St. Louis, Chicago, Cleveland, Rochester, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Chapel Hill, Charlottesville, Washington DC, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Indianapolis, Detroit, Rock Island, Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati, Nashville (yes Walker Terrell and Holland Nix I will be looking for you) Kansas City, Oklahoma City, Albuquerque, Phoenix, and Las Vegas, and fancy a rock show your in luck! Also if you want a after band slumber party at your abode hit me up. There's a couple spots we could use a place to crash. I give great foot rubs by the way! See you in June and July you Little Rock and Rollers!
What a crazy weekend!! Skated the Street League course in Kansas City, met LiL Wayne, and street skated in San Diego. Wild
In May of 1963 my Best friend was born in Memphis, Tenn. No matter where our lives took us, we always shared it with each other! Between the two of us we went around the world. Hawaii, Kansas City, San Diego and Jay! LOL We shared our Divorce's and the pain of losing our parents! We shared the great times that best friends have throughout our life! I always thought that he would outlive me.and would be the one finding it hard to put into words how much I miss my friend!! They say that you really only have just 1 or 2 close friends in life.We'll I had 1 "Best Friend" in my life. they called him Mighty Joe Young. I called him my Brother! I Miss you Joe John T "Gadu"
Artists, Promoters, Fam: So Stranger Haze is accepting dates for "The Substance" Tour from October to November trying to get a jump on planning. I know I asked a while back but just to refresh if you are in one of the following markets and have a lead on a local promoter or lead on local artists who promote, clubs, etc then hit me up asap we are looking to hit these or surrounding markets from Oct-November 2012. St. Petersburg, FL Ft. Lauderdale, FL Jacksonville, FL Atlanta, GA Greenville, SC Charlotte, NC Norfolk, VA Baltimore, MD Philadelphia, PA New York, NY Hartford, CT Worcester, MA Albany, NY Cleveland, OH Columbus, OH Toledo, OH Detroit, MI East Lansing, MI Grand Rapids, MI Chicago, IL Milwaukee, WI Indianapolis, IN Louisville, KY Nashville, TN Arkansas, AR Kansas City, MI Denver, CO Salt Lake City, UT Las Vegas, NV San Francisco, CA Los Angeles, CA San Diego, CA Phoenix, AZ Fort Worth, TX New Orleans, LA Birmingham, AL Those are major areas. But we are looking for secondary spots too. So if yo ...
The new album has been played on radio stations in San Diego, Santa Cruz, Chicago, Orlando, Massachusetts, Wichita, Lawrence, and Kansas City!!! DIY radio campaign is working, and I'm giving thanks to God!
Liked what Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Minnesota, New England, St. Louis, San Diego and Tampa Bay did with the 1st round of the NFL Draft. Hated what Kansas City, NY Jets and Seattle did with their picks. Either reaches or busts.
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