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  1. Draft order has been updated to reflect the results from the divisional round.
  2. Finally went back and finished the Kastor quest in Wonderlands and haven't felt any real desire to do the Chaos Chamber or any of the DLC, though I did give it a go a couple of times. So, I decided to do another Ghost of Tsushima playthrough. I know there were conversations about it here not too long ago but, man, this game is special.
  3. There was a video I was watching the other day that said that home field for the playoffs actually rotated by division once upon a time. Specifically, the video was on the 1974 Vikings. That year, the top 4 teams (Vikings, Niners, Cardinals, and Redskins) were all 10-4, but because it was the NFC Central's turn to have home field, the Vikings got home field advantage that season. So, with the Wild Card rule, the Vikings played the Cardinals and the Redskins played the Rams. Just seems a strange way of doing things, honestly.
  4. Everything seems just sort of random. Doesn't matter which browser or anything like that. Sometimes I can use the page thing to go through the threads, sometimes I can't. Sometimes my links to tweets automatically embed, sometimes they don't. Not sure whether the issue is on my end or the server end, honestly.
  5. Stayed on the coaching staff three days longer than he should have.
  6. The initial post has been updated with the picks that were determined by the Wild Card Weekend results.
  7. Also, Trevor Lawrence has still never in his life (high school, college, pros) lost a game on a Saturday.
  8. 27-point comeback and Al Michaels and Tony Dungy called it with all the energy and excitement you'd expect from a quarterfinal match at the World Badminton Championships.
  9. Good lord, not sure if that pull could have been any deeper. Well done, sir!
  10. Yep. . .Schefter reporting that the Dolphins are preparing like Skylar Thompson will start this week.
  11. I'd say they'd just end up jobbing to Bert and Ernie, but. . .well, those rumors. . .
  12. Sean Ross Sapp is reiterating that nobody with WWE has confirmed it yet and there are some that "have even said they don't believe it."
  13. Cardinals are reportedly parting ways with Steve Keim as their GM, though he could stay with the franchise in another capacity. Don't know if this means anything for Kliff Kingsbury.
  14. With nearly all of the 2022 NFL regular season in the books, the 2023 NFL Draft order is taking shape. This year's draft will be held in Kansas City. The following is the draft order for the first round of this year's draft, with each team's record and strength of schedule, which is the first tiebreaker for determining draft position. The team with a lower SoS gets the higher draft pick. Carolina Panthers (from Chicago Bears, 3-14, .572): Bryce Young, QB, Alabama Houston Texans (3-13-1, .481): C.J. Stroud, QB, Ohio State Houston Texans (from Arizona Cardinals, 4-13, .529): Will Anderson, Edge, Alabama Indianapolis Colts (4-12-1, .512): Anthony Richardson, QB, Florida Seattle Seahawks (from Denver Broncos, 5-12, .481): Devon Witherspoon, CB, Illinois Arizona Cardinals (from Los Angeles Rams, 5-12, .519, through Detroit Lions): Paris Johnson, OT, Ohio State Las Vegas Raiders (6-11, .474): Tyree Wilson, Edge, Texas Tech Atlanta Falcons (7-10, .467): Bijan Robinson, RB, Texas Philadelphia Eagles (from Carolina Panthers, 7-10, .472, through Chicago Bears): Jalen Carter, DL, Georgia Chicago Bears (from New Orleans Saints, 7-10, .507, through Philadelphia Eagles): Darnell Wright, OT, Tennessee Tennessee Titans (7-10, .510): Peter Skoronski, OT, Northwestern Detroit Lions (from Cleveland Browns, 7-10, .524, through Houston Texans and Arizona Cardinals): Jahmyr Gibbs, RB, Alabama Green Bay Packers (from New York Jets, 7-10, .539): Lukas van Ness, Edge, Iowa Pittsburgh Steelers (from New England Patriots, 8-9, .502): Broderick Jones, OT, Georgia New York Jets (from Green Bay Packers, 8-9, .524): Will McDonald, Edge, Iowa State Washington Commanders (8-8-1, .536): Emmanuel Forbes, CB, Mississippi State New England Patriots (from Pittsburgh Steelers, 9-8, .519): Christian Gonzalez, CB, Oregon Detroit Lions (9-8, .535): Jack Campbell, LB, Iowa Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-9, .503): Calijah Kancey, DL, Pittsburgh Seattle Seahawks (9-8, .462): Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR, Ohio State Miami Dolphins (9-8, .537) Los Angeles Chargers (10-7, .443): Quentin Johnston, WR, Texas Christian Baltimore Ravens (10-7, .509): Zay Flowers, WR, Boston College Minnesota Vikings (13-4, .474): Jordan Addison, WR, Southern Cal New York Giants (from Jacksonville Jaguars, 9-8, .467): Deonte Banks, CB, Maryland Buffalo Bills (from New York Giants, 9-7-1, .526, through Jacksonville Jaguars): Dalton Kincaid, TE, Utah Dallas Cowboys (12-5, .507): Mazi Smith, DL, Michigan Jacksonville Jaguars (from Buffalo Bills, 13-3, .503): Anton Harrison, OT, Oklahoma Cincinnati Bengals (12-4, .524): Myles Murphy, Edge, Clemson New Orleans Saints (from San Francisco 49ers, 13-4, .417, through Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos): Bryan Bresee, DL, Clemson Philadelphia Eagles (14-3, .474): Nolan Smith, Edge, Georgia Kansas City Chiefs (14-3, .453): Felix Anudike-Uzomah, Edge, Kansas State The Miami Dolphins will not have a first-round pick this year because they forfeited it for violating league tampering rules. Everyone that is "below" Miami in the draft order will theoretically move up one spot. Teams with multiple first-round picks: Detroit Lions (acquired pick from Los Angeles Rams in Matthew Stafford trade) Philadelphia Eagles (acquired pick from New Orleans in 2022 pre-draft trade) Houston Texans (acquired pick from Cleveland in DeShaun Watson trade) Teams with no first-round pick: Los Angeles Rams (traded to Detroit in Matthew Stafford trade) Denver Broncos (traded to Seattle in Russell Wilson trade) Cleveland Browns (traded to Houston in DeShaun Watson trade) San Francisco 49ers (traded pick to Miami in 2021 as part of trade to move up for Trey Lance; Miami subsequently traded pick to Denver in Bradley Chubb trade; Denver subsequently traded the pick to New Orleans for Sean Payton) Miami Dolphins (for reasons outlined above) I'll do something about Day 2 picks that have been traded at some point here, too.
  15. The Bears have officially clinched the #1 overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, and the Houston Texans have clinched the second pick. The rest of the top five will be some combination of Seattle (via Denver), Arizona, and Indianapolis.
  16. Adam Rich, who played Nicholas Bradshaw, the youngest son on Eight is Enough, has passed away at the age of 54. https://nypost.com/2023/01/08/eight-is-enough-star-adam-rich-dead-at-54/?dg
  17. On 17 November, the Titans beat Green Bay on Monday Night Football to move their record to 7-3. That was the last game they won this season.
  18. Adam Schefter is reporting that Sean McVay will be "taking some time" after the season to decide whether or not he wants to return to the Rams in 2023.
  19. Winnipeg. Keep the extra 10 yards on the field and everything. They'll probably still each score 40.
  20. Per Tom Pelissero, the owners have approved the proposed modifications to this year's playoffs.
  21. Including a "Level 1 violation" against Harbaugh for failing to cooperate with investigators. https://twitter.com/DanWetzel/status/1611199099499315200 Certainly no connection between this and him suddenly being super interested in coming back to the NFL, though.
  22. So, here's the resolution to the AFC issue. The Bengals have been declared AFC North champions. If they are scheduled to play the Ravens on Wild Card Weekend (which could happen if the Ravens win on Sunday), the location will be determined by a coin toss. That's why the Ravens/Bengals game is now in the 1 PM Eastern window on Sunday. . .it's not for the AFC North anymore. This weekend's games: Buffalo wins, KC loses: Chiefs/Bills AFCCG takes place in Buffalo KC wins, Buffalo loses: Chiefs/Bills AFCCG takes place in Kansas City KC wins, Buffalo wins: AFCCG contested at neutral site If the Bengals make the AFCCG, they'd face Kansas City at a neutral site and they'd face Buffalo in Buffalo because they've played one less game than the Chiefs and the same number of games as the Bills). Any other AFCCG combination would be figured out by the normal seeding methods. I think that basically covers everything.
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