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All Album Releases for Summer (June - August) of 2020

2020.09.22 02:31 NoYeezyAtWeezyHeezy All Album Releases for Summer (June - August) of 2020

Below is a list of all the albums and EP's that were released in June through August. If there are any I missed or anything you think should be added, let me know and I'll gladly add it because I'm sure there are many I have missed. I've linked all of the ones that there have been album discussions if you would like to go leave your thoughts or rank the album. Also leave a comment below if one or multiple albums stood out to you for the month. Enjoy!

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Dissolver No. 7 - Star Spangled Punch
Oak Grove - Must You Have Love Handles Before You Have a Handle On Love?
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2020.07.25 15:46 PM-ME-A-PRIME-NUMBER Offseason Review Series: The 2020 New York Jets

New York Jets

Division: AFC East
 
1 New England Patriots (12-4)
2 Buffalo Bills (10-6)
3 New York Jets (7-9)
4 Miami Dolphins (5-11)
 

Coaching Changes

The Jets did not make any major coaching changes this offseason, retaining HC Adam Gase, OC Dowell Loggains, and DC Gregg Williams.
 

Free Agency

Players Lost/Cut
Player Position New Team
Trevor Siemian QB Free Agent
Bilal Powell RB Free Agent
Ty Montgomery RB New Orleans
Robby Anderson WR Carolina
Demaryius Thomas WR Free Agent
Kelvin Beachum LT Arizona
Brent Qvale LG Houston
Ryan Kalil C Free Agent
Tom Compton RG San Francisco
Brandon Shell RT Seattle
Brandon Copeland EDGE New England
Paul Worrilow ILB Free Agent
Albert McClellan ILB Free Agent
Trumaine Johnson CB Free Agent
Darryl Roberts FS Detroit
Rontez Miles FS Free Agent
Blake Countess DB Free Agent
Lachlan Edwards P Free Agent
 
The Jets reshaped their weapons for Sam Darnold this offseason, losing three veterans and bringing in a number of free agents and draft picks. GM Joe Douglas opted not to re-sign RB Bilal Powell who the Jets drafted in 2011, and he remains a free agent. Most significantly, Douglas allowed his top offensive weapon in WR Robby Anderson to walk to Carolina on a 2-year, $20.0 MM deal, creating a void at outside receiver. The team has also not re-signed WR Demaryius Thomas, who filled in for Quincy Enunwa last season and remains a free agent.
 
The biggest change that the Jets made to their personnel this offseason was along the offensive line, and as such there were a number of veteran casualties. LT Kelvin Beachum started for the Jets from 2017 to 2019, but he seems to have regressed, but he projects to compete for Arizona on a 1-year deal. The Jets also let C Ryan Kalil go, who unretired to snap for Sam Darnold last offseason but disappointed and got injured, and he remains a free agent. RG Tom Compton was forced into action last season with the injury to Brian Winters, and he, as is characteristic of his NFL career thus far, struggled massively in run blocking and pass pro, but he projects to compete anyway next year for San Francisco on a 1-year deal. Joe Douglas and Adam Gase never expressed interest in RT Brandon Shell for the long term, benching him for the raw Chuma Edoga early in 2019, so it was not a surprise to see the Jets let Shell go to start for Seattle on a 2-year contract.
 
The Jets mostly kept their 7th-ranked total defense in tact this offseason, only losing two key pieces. EDGE Brandon Copeland left for New England on a 1-year contract, which is not a surprising location, as Copeland is a great utility player, functioning as a rush linebacker, an off-ball linebacker, and a core special teamer for the Jets in 2019. Similarly, Joe Douglas has not re-signed the versatile FS Rontez Miles, who has played high safety, box safety, and a key special-teams role during his seven-year Jets tenure, and he remains a free agent.
 
The Jets cut CB Trumaine Johnson, which was virtually a no-brainer after two injury-plagued seasons in which his lack of speed was frequently exposed. The only real decision was whether to cut Johnson immediately, which would have resulted in a $12.0 MM dead cap hit in 2020, or to designate Johnson as a post-June 1 cut, which would have resulted in a $4.0 MM dead cap hit in 2020 and a $8.0 MM dead cap hit in 2021. Joe Douglas opted for the latter, meaning that the Jets saved a total of $11.0 MM by cutting Johnson in 2020. Grade: A
 
The Jets cut FS Darryl Roberts in mid-March. The Jets had high hopes for Roberts following the 2018 season, prompting them to sign him to a three-year contract with an out after one year. Roberts had a rocky first eight games of the season at cornerback before injuring his calf and being benched in favor of Maulet and Austin. Roberts remained a special-teams asset and good safety depth in December, but ultimately GM Joe Douglas decided he could cut Roberts, save $6.0 MM, and look elsewhere for a replacement. Grade: B
 
Players Signed
Player Position Old Team Length Salary
Joe Flacco QB Denver 1 year $1.5 MM
David Fales QB NY Jets 1 year $0.9 MM
Frank Gore RB Buffalo 1 year $1.1 MM
Breshad Perriman WR Tampa Bay 1 year $6.5 MM
Josh Doctson WR Minnesota 1 year $0.9 MM
Daniel Brown TE NY Jets 1 year $0.8 MM
Alex Lewis LG NY Jets 3 years $18.6 MM
Greg Van Roten LG Carolina 3 years $10.5 MM
Josh Andrews LG Indianapolis 1 year $1.0 MM
Connor McGovern C Denver 3 years $27.0 MM
George Fant RT Seattle 3 years $27.3 MM
Jordan Jenkins EDGE NY Jets 1 year $3.9 MM
Neville Hewitt ILB NY Jets 1 year $2.0 MM
Patrick Onwuasor ILB Baltimore 1 year $2.0 MM
James Burgess ILB NY Jets 1 year $0.9 MM
Pierre Desir CB Indianapolis 1 year $4.0 MM
Arthur Maulet CB NY Jets 1 year $0.9 MM
Quincy Wilson CB Indianapolis 1 year $1.3 MM
Brian Poole NCB NY Jets 1 year $5.0 MM
Bennett Jackson FS NY Jets 1 year $0.7 MM
 
Jets GM Joe Douglas used to work in Baltimore, where he was supposedly very influential in the decision to draft QB Joe Flacco, so this signing is far from surprising. While Joe Flacco may be trending down in his play, $1.5 MM feels like a bargain for the chance at solid veteran insurance for Sam Darnold. However, his neck surgery will supposedly keep him out for the opening of the season. Grade: B
 
After the draft, the Jets signed RB Frank Gore to a 1-year, $1.1 MM deal to ensure that he will play his 16th season in green and white. Gore is a physical back who played under Jets HC Adam Gase in San Francisco in 2008 and in Miami in 2018. Gore can take some of the pressure off of starting RB Le'Veon Bell in 2020 as the Jets move towards a "runningback by committee" system. Grade: B
 
The Jets-Ravens connection proved strong again with the signing of WR Breshad Perriman. Perriman was a first-round pick for the Ravens in 2015 while current Jets' Director of Player Personnel Chad Alexander was with Baltimore, and though he never really produced at a high level there, he had a resurgence in 2019 for the Buccaneers. Especially in November and December, where he performed at a 1000-yard rate projected over a whole season, Perriman proved to be a legitimate outside option across from Mike Evans with Chris Godwin in the slot. Perriman is a big, athletic receiver who projects to be worth the $6.5 MM deal to get a shot on the outside. Grade: A
 
Yet again, the Jets signed a former Ravens player, re-signing LG Alex Lewis, who played 2016 through 2018 with Baltimore before GM Joe Douglas traded for him in the 2019 offseason. Lewis stepped in for Kelechi Osemele last season and was a serviceable starter. Lewis is good in pass pro, versatile, and a good zone fit as a guard. However, Lewis could touch up on his penalties and overall run blocking for 2020. GM Joe Douglas only gave Lewis a 3-year, $18.6 MM deal which actually has an out after 1 year, which seems like a solid price to get another look at a 28-year-old guard who might be part of the team's future. Grade: B
 
The Jets' biggest free-agent singing in 2020 in terms of guaranteed money was former Broncos' C Connor McGovern at $18.0 MM. McGovern is an athletic lineman with experience at guard and center. He is a powerful center, and that serves him well in the run game. However, McGovern has a weak anchor and inconsistent pad level and leverage in the pass game. For this reason, despite the need at center, Joe Douglas' decision to commit two years to a center who is, perhaps, below average in pass pro is worthy of scrutiny. Grade: C
 
The biggest heavily-scrutinized acquisition that the Jets made in 2020 was probably signing former Seahawks RT George Fant to a 3-year, $27.3 MM contract. Fant functioned primarily as a swing tackle and as a sixth offensive lineman in Seattle, as he could not see the field as a starter over Germain Ifedi. Fant remains a very raw pass protector in terms of his anchor and the fluidity of his kickslide, and his ability in the run is only theoretically a strength in zone blocking. While Fant's contract has an out in 2021, it is a bit strange to see him making a similar salary to Bryan Bulaga and Halapoulvaati Vaitai. Grade: D
 
The Jets were patient in re-signing their own free agents, which probably helped get good value retaining EDGE Jordan Jenkins. Despite notching 15 combined sacks over the past two seasons, Jenkins only got $3.9 MM from the Jets. The sack number is a bit misleading, though, due to a high quantity of "coverage sacks" and a relatively modest pressure rate. However, Jenkins is a fine run defender, and he'll slot in as EDGE #1 again for the Jets in 2020. Grade: B
 
The Jets also acquired a former Raven on defense with LB Patrick Onwuasor, and they only paid $2.0 MM to bring him in. Onwuasor is an undersized linebacker but a good linear athlete, and while he struggles reading offensive cues and getting off of blocks to stop the run, he is a really good coverage player with the ability to get home as a pass rusher. Onwuasor has played next to CJ Mosley before, and he could potentially contribute in subpackage and base 4-3 looks, in addition to in a depth capacity and on special teams. Grade: A
 
With the cuts of Trumaine Johnson and Darryl Roberts, GM Joe Douglas decided to fill a starting cornerback spot with former Colts CB Pierre Desir on a 1-year, prove-it deal. Desir lacks longspeed, but he is a long, physical corner with decent short-area quickness. However, Desir lacks refinement in press and zone. With that said, $4.0 MM is a reasonable price to get a fill-in outside cornerback in 2020. Grade: B
 
This signing probably didnt get much national coverage, but re-signing CB Arthur Maulet could pay huge dividends for the Jets in 2020. In 2019, Trumaine Johnson and Darryl Roberts failed to hit expectations, forcing Maulet, Nate Hairston, and rookie Blessuan Austin into the outside cornerback rotation. Maulet is the only one of that group who was not benched for performance reasons. For a mere $0.9 MM, retaining a guy in Maulet who is familiar with the defense who will compete to start in 2020 is seemingly a no-brainer. Grade: A
 
Instead of making another draft choice, the Jets decided to trade pick 211 for former Colts CB Quincy Wilson. Wilson, a former 2nd-round pick, was a raw prospect coming out of Florida, and his penalties and lack of zone instincts followed him to the pros and led to his benching. However, Wilson is a big, long, and athletic corner, and at only 23 years of age, it makes sense that GM Joe Douglas wants to bring him on board to compete in an iffy cornerback room. Grade: C
 
This signing went somewhat under-the-radar, but Jets fans were thrilled when the team retained NCB Brian Poole to play slot on a 1-year, $5.0 MM contract. Poole is a good run defender with an ability to rush the passer, and he had a career year in coverage in 2019. Brian Poole is a good fit for Gregg Williams' defense, so retaining him to start in 2020 for a mere $5.0 MM seems to be a good value. Grade: B
 

Draft

Round Number Pos Player School
1 11 LT Mekhi Becton Louisville
2 59 WR Denzel Mims Baylor
3 68 FS Ashtyn Davis Cal
3 79 EDGE Jabari Zuniga Florida
4 120 RB La'Mical Perine Florida
4 125 QB James Morgan FIU
4 129 LT Cameron Clark Charlotte
5 158 CB Bryce Hall Virginia
6 191 P Braden Mann Texas A&M
 
The eleventh pick, Louisville LT Mekhi Becton, was my favorite acquisition that the Jets made during the 2020 offseason. While there were other options on the board, namely Tristan Wirfs, Henry Ruggs, and CeeDee Lamb, that the Jets presumably could have considered, Becton was the exact player I thought the Jets should take when he fell to 11. The first thing that stands out about Becton is his massive size, as he's 6'7", 364 lbs, with a monstrous 83-inch wingspan. Becton, however, is much more than a heavy lineman, as he defies expectations with his exceptional 5.1-flat movement skills. Becton is a hulking run blocker who is inexperienced but a fluid mover in pass pro. Becton projects to replace Kelvin Beachum and slide in at left tackle immediately in his rookie season. Grade: A
 
Wanting to add more picks to build the Jets in his image in his first year as GM, Joe Douglas opted to move down from 48 to 59 in the second round. This was a costly move, as it caused the Jets to miss out on AJ Epenesa and Darrell Taylor, but the Jets managed to grab a falling Senior Bowl standout in Baylor WR Denzel Mims. Mims is a height-weight-speed freak with good length, hands, and blocking. Mims should start at outside receiver across from Breshad Perriman in year one. Grade: B
 
The Jets' first third-round pick of 2020 was a real surprise to many fans, as although the team already had arguably the best safety tandem in football with Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye, the Jets drafted Cal FS Ashytn Davis with the 68th-overall draft selection. Davis is a freak athlete who played high safety, box safety, and even slot corner at Cal and would almost definitely have been drafted significantly higher but for teams' inability to medically check his groin post-surgery. It's possible that Gregg Williams will utilize Davis as a big nickel defender this year, but this selection could also give the Jets flexibility if Marcus Maye, who is a free agent in 2021, or Jamal Adams, with whom the Jets are supposedly far apart on a long-term contract, depart. Grade: B
 
Despite having a starting EDGE tandem consisting of Jordan Jenkins and Tarell Basham and losing Brandon Copeland to New England, the Jets did not add outside talent to the position group before the draft, forcing GM Joe Douglas to pick Florida EDGE Jabari Zuniga at 79 overall. Zuniga is a good linear athlete with a decent ability to set the edge and some interior versatility, and he could project to replace Jordan Jenkins as a starter in 2021. However, Zuniga struggles with stiff hips and slow reaction time at the snap, and plus he missed most of the 2019 season with ankle injuries. The Jets probably hit the right position with Zuniga, who should factor into the pass-rush rotation with Jenkins, Basham, and Kyle Phillips, but it's hard to justify drafting Zuniga with guys like Jonathan Greenard, Terrell Lewis, and DJ Wonnum still on the board. Grade: C
 
With his first day-3 selection as GM, Joe Douglas chose Florida RB La'Mical Perine. Perine is a physical runner with some receiving versatility out of the backfield. However, Perine doesn't really offer very much in terms of speed or vision, and drafting a RB instead of going offensive line, pass rush, receiver, or cornerback with Le'Veon Bell already in the fold was a curious move. Grade: D
 
The second of the Jets' 4th-round picks probably stirred up the most intrigue, as most casual football fans probably didn't expect the Jets to draft a quarterback. With that said, the Jets have gone a combined 0-6 over the past two seasons in games that Darnold did not start, and at this time David Fales was slated to be the backup quarterback, so drafting FIU QB James Morgan in the fourth round, which I thought was a value anyway, was a good choice. Morgan is a thick quarterback with a live arm with developmental potential. Grade: B
 
With their third pick in the fourth round, the Jets chose a player with the potential to start soon on the offensive line in Charlotte LT Cameron Clark. Clark is a powerful lineman who started at left tackle in his rSo, rJr, and rSr seasons and has good short-area quickness despite his 5.29 forty. Some have floated Cameron Clark as a potential convert to guard for the Jets due to his sloppy pass-pro footwork. Grade: B
 
The Jets addressed the secondary in round 5, taking Virginia CB Bryce Hall at 158 overall. Hall is a long, tall corner who moves well, has zone instincts, and contributes in the run game. However, Hall's struggles in press and off-man probably project him better as a safety in the NFL rather than as a corner, which doesn't seem to be a need with Adams, Maye, and Davis already in the fold, and Hall's ankle injury prevented him from working out at the Combine, leaving teams in a state of uncertainty about his health and his testing numbers. Grade: C
 
With their 6th-round pick, the Jets went special teams with Texas A&M P Braden Mann. Mann has a big leg and can handle kickoff duties. Mann projects to replace Lachlan Edwards, but this may have been a tad high for a punter. Grade: C
 
The Jets had an intriguing undrafted free agent class with a number of guys who warranted day-3 draft consideration, but two guys that I liked pre-draft stood out as being worth mentioning. Georgia WR Lawrence Cager is a physical receiver at the line of scrimmage and a redzone threat. Alabama NCB Shyheim Carter played the STAR role in Nick Saban's defense, and he proved his versatility as a college approximation of a nickel corner, a box safety, a high safety, and a subpackage linebacker, and he likely would have been drafted if teams had been able to conduct medical rechecks on him after a minor injury prevented him from working out at the Combine.
 

Other Offseason News

After tensions flared at the trade deadline last season, SS Jamal Adams expressed his frustrations with a lack of a contract extension on social media before supposedly requesting a trade in June. However, according to Connor Hughes at The Athletic, the Jets still hope to sign Adams to a long-term contract. Reportedly, over half of the teams in the NFL have expressed interest in adding the defensive star, but the Dallas Cowboys have gotten the most traction as a potential trade partner, with La'El Collins and Michael Gallup coming up as potential trade targets. Jamal Adams is still on his rookie contract for 2020, and the Jets accepted his fifth-year option for 2021.
 
Also, this isn't really news, but former Jets' All Pro CB Darrelle Revis continued his spat with 49ers' All Pro Richard Sherman, culminating in this unusual Tweet:
3 facts here.
@RSherman_25
•I’m more handsome than him according to women.
•I’m better at corner than him according to everyone.
•Shutdown corners are paid more than Zone 3 corners which I’m currently still am today.
 

Projected Starting Lineup

Pos 1 2 3 4
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QB Sam Darnold J Flacco J Morgan
RB Le'Veon Bell F Gore L Perine T Cannon
WR Breshad Perriman J Smith
WR Denzel Mims V Smith
SWR Jamison Crowder B Berrios
TE Chris Herndon R Griffin D Brown
LT Mekhi Becton C Clark
LG Alex Lewis G Van Roten
C Connor McGovern J Harrison
RG Brian Winters
RT George Fant C Edoga
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EDGE Jordan Jenkins K Phillips
EDGE Tarell Basham J Zuniga
DT Henry Anderson N Shepherd F Fatukasi
DT Quinnen Williams S McLendon
ILB CJ Mosley N Hewitt B Cashman
ILB Avery Williamson P Onwuasor H Langi
CB Pierre Desir B Hall
CB Arthur Maulet Q Wilson
NCB Brian Poole S Carter
SS Jamal Adams A Davis
FS Marcus Maye M Farley
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K Sam Ficken
P Braden Mann
LS Thomas Hennessy
 
Roster Bubble (In): RB Trenton Cannon, WR Jeff Smith, ILB Harvey Langi, NCB Shyheim Carter, K Sam Ficken
 
Roster Bubble (Out): WR Josh Doctson, TE Trevon Wesco, LG Josh Andrews, EDGE John Franklin-Myers, CB Blessuan Austin
 

Position Group Strengths and Weaknesses

QB - Neutral/Weakness
Jets fans aren't going to love this one, but Sam Darnold is arguably still a bottom-third passer going into 2020. Darnold has been surrounded by a poor supporting cast over the past two years, including a turnstile of receivers with drop issues across Robby Anderson and linemen with pass-pro issues, but he certainly has not dominated like other young quarterbacks such as Lamar Jackson, Patrick Mahomes, Deshaun Watson, and Carson Wentz. The Jets have a good group behind Darnold, though, including Joe Flacco, who supposedly won't be ready for week 1, and James Morgan, a 4th-round rookie out of FIU.
 
Backfield - Strength
Le'Veon Bell, who is making $15.5 MM this season, is an all-around back in terms of running between the tackles, receiving, and pass protecting. The Jets also signed the ageless wonder Frank Gore to take some of the pressure off of Bell. Joe Douglas also drafted La'Mical Perine to contribute in the backfield.
 
Pass Catchers - Neutral/Weakness
In 2020, the Jets are banking on production from unproved pass catchers who have performed well in limited sample sizes. Joe Douglas signed Breshad Perriman, who had a very productive end to his 2019 season, to man one of the outside receiver spots. He also drafted Denzel Mims out of Baylor to presumably also start as a rookie. Jamison Crowder broke out last year as an above-average slot receiver, and Chris Herndon missed virtually all of last season but played well in his rookie season as a tight end. The receiver depth lacks standout names, with Vyncint Smith as the presumptive WR4, but the tight end depth is strong, with Ryan Griffin returning on a multi-year extension.
 
Offensive Line - Weakness
The Jets entirely remade their offensive line, and while each position is arguably improved on paper, it is still young and unproven. Most significantly, at LT, Joe Douglas drafted Mekhi Becton at 11, who is already a really good run blocker with the tools to grow in pass pro. Douglas also re-signed Alex Lewis, who is probably serviceable but below average, to start at left guard, but he could face competition from 4th-round rookie Cameron Clark. The Jets signed Connor McGovern to start at C, and while he should solidify the position for at least the next two years, he is not extraordinary. Right guard shapes up to be an open competition between incumbent Brian Winters, who is serviceable when healthy, and new acquisition Greg Van Roten. At RT, the Jets signed George Fant, who played mostly as a swing tackle or sixth offensive lineman for Seattle to compete with Chuma Edoga.
 
Defensive Line - Weakness
This is a tough pill to swallow for Jets fans, but the days of Muhammad Wilkerson, and Leonard Williams are over. At EDGE, the Jets have arguably the worst duo in the NFL with Jordan Jenkins and Tarell Basham presumably playing as starters, with rookie 3rd-round pick Jabari Zuniga and 2019 UDFA Kyle Phillips playing rotationally and John Franklin-Myers competing for snaps. Starting on the interior, the Jets have Quinnen Williams, the former third-overall selection who notched 2.5 sacks and 4 TFLs in his rookie season and was arrested in March on a weapons charge, and Henry Anderson, a nimble interior penetrator who had a breakout year in 2018 before regressing to the mean in 2019. Nathan Shepherd, Steve McLendon, and Foley Fatukasi should all see plenty of tread on the DL, as well.
 
Linebackers - Strength
The Jets had a nearly-comical number of injuries at off-ball linebacker last season, but on paper, the unit appears very strong. CJ Mosley, 2019 FA acquisition, missed almost the entire 2019 season with a groin injury, but when healthy, he is one of the best linebackers in football. Avery Williamson, who projects to start across Mosley in 2020, is a good run defender but missed the entire 2019 year with a torn ACL. Returning starter Neville Hewitt, cheap FA acquisition Patrick Onwuasor, and promising second-year player Blake Cashman could each play in various base or subpackage roles, in addition to on special teams.
 
Secondary - Neutral
Similar to the defensive line, the Jets secondary is a tale of two halves, in this case safeties and cornerbacks. At safety, the Jets have reigning All Pro Jamal Adams and solid free safety Marcus Maye returning, in addition to the versatile 3rd-round pick Ashtyn Davis out of Cal. Outside cornerback is in flux, as new acquisition Pierre Desir should lock up one spot, while Arthur Maulet, Quincy Wilson, 5th-round rookie Bryce Hall, and Blessuan Austin could compete for the other starting spot, with last year's breakout player Brian Poole locking up the slot. Nate Hairston and Shyheim Carter could compete for other key depth roles in the secondary.
 
Special Teams - Strength/Neutral
At kicker, the Jets had a rocky performance last year, so they brought in Brett Maher to compete with last year's starter Sam Ficken. At punter, the Jets have rookie Braden Mann, who handles kickoffs and whose 47.1 yards per punt would have ranked 4th in the NFL last year. At longsnapper, Thomas Hennessy is an asset in coverage and will return in 2020. Additionally, WR Vyncint Smith and FS Matthias Farley project to play major roles in kick coverage next season, with other jobs up for grabs.
 

Schedule Predictions

Week 1 at Buffalo: L - Other than the loss of Shaq Lawson and the additions of Stefon Diggs and AJ Epenesa, the Bills mostly had a quiet offseason, though with encouraging performances from young players in Josh Allen, Ed Oliver, Tremaine Edmunds, and Tre'Davious White and with the team coming off of a 10-6 campaign, there’s a lot about which to be enthusiastic in Buffalo. The Bills, who went 10-6 last year and made the playoffs, beat the Jets here in their home opener. Record: 0-1
 
Week 2 vs San Francisco: L - The 49ers took a huge leap in 2019, marching through the NFC and into the Super Bowl, and the additions of Trent Williams, Brandon Aiyuk, and Javon Kinlaw should keep them competitive in 2020. If Jamal Adams is on the team, he might be able to get in George Kittle's way, but nevertheless the 49ers should be one of the NFL's most well-rounded football teams, and so it would be difficult to envision the Jets winning in week 2. Record: 0-2
 
Week 3 at Indianapolis: L - The Colts had a big free agency period, signing Philip Rivers and adding DeForest Buckner in a trade while retaining their entire offensive line. While the Jets went 7-9 last season, just like the Colts did, the Colts probably are the favorites to win at home, especially with the advantage that the Indianapolis offensive line should have over the New York pass rush. Record: 0-3
 
Week 4 vs Denver: L - While the Broncos went 7-9 last season, they have championship aspirations in 2020, as they went 4-1 in Drew Lock's starts last year and added Melvin Gordon, Jerry Jeudy, KJ Hamler, and Albert Okwuegbunam to a group of weapons already containing Philip Lindsay, Courtland Sutton, Noah Fant, and Jeff Heuerman while retaining defensive stars in Von Miller, AJ Johnson, and Justin Simmons. Though it is a home game, the Jets should be seen as heavy underdogs in week 4. Record: 0-4
 
Week 5 vs Arizona: W - The Cardinals look poised to improve in 2020, with the additions of DeAndre Hopkins, Jordan Phillips, and Isaiah Simmons, but questions remain with the offensive line and defensive line, in addition to with the poor playcalling from Kingsbury and Joseph at times during last season. This could be a key game for Quinnen Williams, Henry Anderson, Steve McLendon, and the interior defensive line to feast on a poor Cardinals' interior offensive line and for Gregg Williams to outmatch Kingsbury and Murray at home. Record: 1-4
 
Week 6 at LA Chargers: L - The Chargers revamped their team this offseason, adding Justin Herbert in the draft and surrounding him with Bryan Bulaga, Trai Turner, and Joe Reed on offense and Kenneth Murray and Chris Harris on defense. Though the quarterback situation is in flux in LA, it’s unlikely that the Jets will go on the road to the West Coast and beat an otherwise well-rounded team. Record: 1-5
 
Week 7 vs Buffalo: W - The Jets have beat the Bills at least once in 8 of the last 10 seasons, and so the Jets should have a shot to win one at home. Record: 2-5
 
Week 8 at Kansas City: L - The Chiefs has a pretty quiet offseason aside from locking up Patrick Mahomes and Chris Jones on long-term deals, as they added Mike Remmers, Taco Charlton, Willie Gay, and Lucas Niang while losing Stefen Wisniewski, Emmanuel Ogbah, Reggie Ragland, and Kendall Fuller. Despite the offseason losses, Reid and Mahomes should easily be able to storm past the Jets at home. Record: 2-6
 
Week 9 vs New England: W - The Patriots took a hit this offseason, obviously headlined by the loss of Tom Brady but also supplemented by key defensive losses in Kyle Van Noy, Jamie Collins, and Duron Harmon in addition to a general lack of attention towards improving a lackluster wide receiver corps. The Jets haven't beat the Patriots since their week 16 overtime thriller in 2015, but a November home game could be a good chance to do it, as the Patriots don't really possess the weapons to exploit issues with the Jets' cornerbacks nor the pass rush to exploit issues with the Jets' offensive line. Record: 3-6
 
Week 10 at Miami: W - The Dolphins had a very poor 2019, finishing 5-11 with the 27th-ranked total offense and the 30th-ranked total defense, and as such they had an incredibly busy offseason, adding Matt Breida, Ereck Flowers, Ted Karras, Kyle Van Noy, Shaq Lawson, Emmanuel Ogbah, Elandon Roberts, and Byron Jones in free agency and Tua Tagovailoa, Austin Jackson, Noah Igbinoghene, Robert Hunt, Raekwon Davis, and Solomon Kindley in the draft. However, in Miami before the bye would be a good chance for Adam Gase to get a revenge game win, seeing as the Dolphins still have weaknesses all over their roster including quarterback, offensive tackle, and edge rusher. Record: 4-6
 
WEEK 11 BYE
 
Week 12 vs Miami: L - With all their offseason additions, the Dolphins figure to match up fairly evenly with the Jets in 2020, and so it's likely that the two teams will split the season series. Record: 4-7
 
Week 13 vs Las Vegas: W - The Raiders had a very busy offseason, adding Jason Witten, Maliek Collins, Nick Kwiatkoski, Prince Amukamara, and Damarious Randall in free agency and Henry Ruggs, Damon Arnette, Lynn Bowden, Bryan Edwards, and Amik Robertson in the draft with their only major losses being Darryl Worley and Karl Joseph. At home against a West Coast opponent, the Jets would be wise to take advantage of some of the Raiders’ weaknesses in this game, including inexperience at wide receiver, edge rusher, linebacker, and cornerback. Record: 5-7
 
Week 14 at Seattle: L - The Seahawks went 11-5 last season and were one play away from securing the top seed in the NFC, so their offseason was pretty quiet, mostly focusing on the offensive line with the losses of Germain Ifedi, DJ Fluker, and George Fant and the additions of free agents Brandon Shell, BJ Finney, and Cedric Ogbuehi, and draft pick Damien Lewis. Pete Carroll is one of the best coaches in football today, and in this late-season matchup at Seattle he’ll have the personnel advantage against the Jets offense, which lacks talented weapons and blockers. Record: 5-8
 
Week 15 at LA Rams: L - The Rams regressed to 9-7 last year and then had a difficult offseason, losing Todd Gurley, Brandin Cooks, Dante Fowler, and Nickell Robey-Coleman, with their only major addition being A’Shawn Robinson. The 2020 Rams are not the Super Bowl Rams of the past, but with both McVay and Goff still on board, the Rams have to be favorites to take this late-season home game against the Jets. Record: 5-9
 
Week 16 vs Cleveland: W - The Browns had a busy offseason, hiring head coach Kevin Stefanski, losing Greg Robinson, Joe Schobert, and Damarious Randall, signing Austin Hooper, Jack Conklin, Andrew Billings, Karl Joseph, and Damarious Randall, and drafting Jedrick Wills, Grant Delpit, and Jacob Phillips. Despite these additions, however, Cleveland still has a new, inexperienced offensive playcaller at head coach and a question mark at quarterback, and Gregg Williams generally handles quarterbacks who struggle with post-snap reads well with disguised coverages and aggressive blitz packages. Record: 6-9
 
Week 17 at New England: L - With the expanded playoffs, the Patriots have an even greater chance to make the postseason this year than they otherwise would, so this late-season match in Foxborough could be a consequential, divisional-revenge game for New England. Record: 6-10
 
Final Record: 6-10
While I firmly believe that the Jets improved significantly this offseason, especially in terms of the offensive line and getting players back from injury, this year’s schedule is substantially more difficult that last year’s, which could result in less games in the wins column for 2020. Last year, the Jets closed out the back-half of their season going 6-2 playing against rookie Daniel Jones, rookie Dwayne Haskins, Carr, Dalton, Fitzpatrick, Lamar Jackson, rookie Devlin Hodges, and Matt Barkley, and this year the Jets have to play both the AFC West and the NFC West, which is a jump in competition level.
 

Training Camp Battles

WR #2: Denzel Mims vs Vyncint Smith
Jets fans would hope that starting receiver isn’t much of a battle, but since rookie wideouts traditionally are been known to take longer learning the playbook, the other receiver spot next to Perriman and Crowder is in flux. Denzel Mims, the rookie receiver from Baylor, is the odds-on favorite to get a starting role and to play as a deep threat and red-zone threat in year one. However, if Mims proves to be too raw off the bat, the Jets could fall back on Vyncint Smith, who had 17 receptions last year and showed his value as a deep threat.
 
Left Guard: Alex Lewis vs Cameron Clark
Following a 2019 season where Alex Lewis spot-started in place of Kelechi Osemele, the Jets rewarded him with a 3 year, $18.6 MM contract, and he goes into 2020 as the favorite to start at left guard once again. With that being said, the possibility exists that rookie tackle Cameron Clark out of Charlotte will kick inside and compete at left guard.
 
Right Guard: Brian Winters vs Greg Van Roten
After a 2019 season in which Brian Winters went down with a shoulder injury in week 10, many expected the Jets to cut him, but he instead will return as the incumbent starter at right guard. However, new free agent acquisition Greg Van Roten could switch to the right side and compete against Winters to start.
 
Right Tackle: George Fant vs Chuma Edoga
After the Jets had a poor performance form their offensive line in 2019, GM Joe Douglas brought in competition at all position, including at right tackle. George Fant, former Seattle swing tackle, is the presumptive favorite to land the starting job, despite his lack of starting experience. Chuma Edoga could compete as well, but his performance in both run blocking and pass pro was so shaky last year that he needed extensive help from tight ends.
 
EDGE #2: Tarell Basham vs Kyle Phillips vs Jabari Zuniga vs John Franklin-Myers
The Jets started Jordan Jenkins and Tarell Basham at edge rusher last season, so it was somewhat of a shock to see them add absolutely no outside talent until the middle of the third round, and so now Gregg Williams and the defensive staff are forced to make the pitiful decision between starting Basham, Kyle Phillips, Jabari Zuniga, or John Franklin-Myers across from Jenkins. Basham, who the Jets claimed off waivers in 2018, is the odds-on favorite to start once again after only notching 2 sacks and 4 quarterback hits in 54% of the Jets' defensive snaps. Kyle Phillips, the second-year player from Tennessee who was a five-star high-school recruit, is a thicker lineman best suited to play on run downs who could push for starting snaps as well. Jabari Zuniga, 3rd-round rookie out of Florida, is a third contender for the starting job, but his interior versatility and similarity to Jenkins in terms of his stiffness and poor pad level could suggest the Jets envision him in more of a rotational role. Franklin-Myers, a large and athletic pass rusher who missed last season with an undisclosed injury after the Jets claimed him off waivers from the Rams, could compete for a large snap share with a strong camp.
 
DT #2: Henry Anderson vs Nathan Shepherd
This battle won't get much media coverage, as both Anderson and Shepherd project to get plenty of tread on the New York defensive line, but nevertheless the two will compete in training camp for the upper hand in the snap count. Henry Anderson, incumbent starter and penetrating defensive lineman, saw his production fall off a bit in 2019, in part due to a nagging shoulder injury. Nathan Shepherd saw his role increase in the back half of the season after a suspension sidelined him from weeks two through eight, and with a good camp, he could establish himself as the primary nimble-footed complement to the heftier, run-stopping trio of Williams, McLendon, and Fatukasi.
 
CB #2: Arthur Maulet vs Quincy Wilson vs Bryce Hall vs Blessuan Austin
The outside cornerback spot across from Pierre Desir is probably the most open starting battle on the team. Arthur Maulet, the undersized but physical cornerback out of Memphis, is probably the favorite to start after outplaying Johnson and Roberts last season to win the left cornerback job. Quincy Wilson, the former second-round pick, should be Maulet's primary competition after the Jets traded a draft pick to acquire him from the Colts. Bryce Hall, the rookie 5th-round corner from Virginia, is a darkhorse to start as well if he is healthy to start the season. Blessuan Austin, the former 6th-round pick, might factor into the competition, but he'll have to climb out of Gregg Williams' doghouse after reacting poorly to his week-16 benching last season.
 
Kicker: Sam Ficken vs Brett Maher
Sam Ficken, who hit 70% of his kicks last season, will compete with Brett Maher, who hit 67% of his kicks last season, for the starting kicker job, but neither candidate should have to handle kickoffs with rookie punter Braden Mann in the fold.
 

Offensive and Defensive Schemes

Adam Gase, head coach and offensive playcaller for the Jets, runs a zone-blocking, short-passing offense mostly out of 11 personnel while also mixing in some 2-TE sets. In the run game, Gase is willing to run gap concepts based on his offensive line personnel, but he favors his inside zone running playcalls. In the pass game, Gase likes to stack his receivers, throw checkdowns, split his backs out wide, and utilize the sidelines.
 
Gregg Williams, defensive coordinator for the Jets, runs a 3-4 hybrid, blitz-heavy defense with an emphasis on zone coverage. In the front seven, Williams has used both 3-4 and 4-3 base packages, though he mostly uses nickel fronts and one-gapping penetration schemes. In the secondary, Williams stresses MOFC shells, press-zone concepts, and disguised coverages and blitzes.
 
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2020.07.19 17:24 PM-ME-A-PRIME-NUMBER r/NFL Offseason Review — 2020 NY Jets

New York Jets

Division: AFC East
 
1 New England Patriots (12-4)
2 Buffalo Bills (10-6)
3 New York Jets (7-9)
4 Miami Dolphins (5-11)
 

Coaching Changes

The Jets did not make any major coaching changes this offseason, retaining HC Adam Gase, OC Dowell Loggains, and DC Gregg Williams.
 

Free Agency

Players Lost/Cut
Player Position New Team
Trevor Siemian QB Free Agent
Bilal Powell RB Free Agent
Ty Montgomery RB New Orleans
Robby Anderson WR Carolina
Demaryius Thomas WR Free Agent
Kelvin Beachum LT Free Agent
Brent Qvale LG Houston
Ryan Kalil C Free Agent
Tom Compton RG San Francisco
Brandon Shell RT Seattle
Brandon Copeland EDGE New England
Paul Worrilow ILB Free Agent
Albert McClellan ILB Free Agent
Trumaine Johnson CB Free Agent
Darryl Roberts FS Detroit
Rontez Miles FS Free Agent
Blake Countess DB Free Agent
Lachlan Edwards P Free Agent
 
The Jets reshaped their weapons for Sam Darnold this offseason, losing three veterans and bringing in a number of free agents and draft picks. GM Joe Douglas opted not to re-sign RB Bilal Powell who the Jets drafted in 2011, and he remains a free agent. Most significantly, Douglas allowed his top offensive weapon in WR Robby Anderson to walk to Carolina on a 2 year, $20.0 MM deal, creating a void at outside receiver. The team has also not re-signed WR Demaryius Thomas, who filled in for Quincy Enunwa last season, and he remains a free agent.
 
The biggest change that the Jets made to their personnel this offseason was along the offensive line, and as such there were a number of veteran casualties. LT Kelvin Beachum started for the Jets from 2017 to 2019, but he seems to have regressed, and he remains a free agent. The Jets also let C Ryan Kalil go, who unretired to snap for Sam Darnold last offseason but disappointed and got injured, and he remains a free agent. RG Tom Compton was forced into action last season with the injury to Brian Winters, and he, as is characteristic of his NFL career thus far, struggled massively in run blocking and pass pro, but he projects to compete anyway next year for San Francisco on a 1 year deal. Joe Douglas and Adam Gase never expressed interest in RT Brandon Shell for the long term, benching him for the raw Chuma Edoga early in 2019, so it was not a surprise to see the Jets let Shell go to start for Seattle on a 2 year contract.
 
The Jets mostly kept their defense in tact this offseason, only losing two key pieces. EDGE Brandon Copeland left for New England on a 1 year contract, which is not a surprising location, as Copeland is a great utility player, functioning as a rush linebacker, an off-ball linebacker, and a core special teamer for the Jets in 2019. Similarly, Joe Douglas has not re-signed the versatile FS Rontez Miles, who has played single-high safety, box safety, and a key special teams role during his seven-year Jets tenure, and he remains a free agent.
 
The Jets cut CB Trumaine Johnson, which was virtually a no-brainer after two injury-plagued seasons in which his lack of speed was frequently exposed. The only real decision was whether to cut Johnson immediately, which would have resulted in a $12.0 MM dead cap hit in 2020, or to designate Johnson as a post-June 1 cut, which would have resulted in a $4.0 MM dead cap hit in 2020 and a $8.0 MM dead cap hit in 2021. Joe Douglas opted for the latter, meaning that the Jets saved a total of $11.0 MM by cutting Johnson in 2020. Grade: A
 
The Jets cut FS Darryl Roberts in mid-March. The Jets had high hopes for Roberts following the 2018 season, prompting them to sign him to a three-year contract with an out after one year. Roberts had a rocky first eight games of the season at cornerback before injuring his calf and being benched in favor of Maulet, Austin, and Canady. Roberts remained a special-teams asset and good safety depth in December, but ultimately GM Joe Douglas decided he could cut Roberts, save $6.0 MM, and look elsewhere for a replacement. Grade: B
 
Players Signed
Player Position Old Team Length Salary
Joe Flacco QB Denver 1 year $1.5 MM
David Fales QB NY Jets 1 year $0.9 MM
Frank Gore RB Buffalo 1 year $1.1 MM
Breshad Perriman WR Tampa Bay 1 year $6.5 MM
Josh Doctson WR Minnesota 1 year $0.9 MM
Daniel Brown TE NY Jets 1 year $0.8 MM
Alex Lewis LG NY Jets 3 years $18.6 MM
Greg Van Roten LG Carolina 3 years $10.5 MM
Josh Andrews LG Indianapolis 1 year $1.0 MM
Connor McGovern C Denver 3 years $27.0 MM
George Fant RT Seattle 3 years $27.3 MM
Jordan Jenkins EDGE NY Jets 1 year $3.9 MM
Neville Hewitt ILB NY Jets 1 year $2.0 MM
Patrick Onwuasor ILB Baltimore 1 year $2.0 MM
James Burgess ILB NY Jets 1 year $0.9 MM
Pierre Desir CB Indianapolis 1 year $4.0 MM
Arthur Maulet CB NY Jets 1 year $0.9 MM
Quincy Wilson CB Indianapolis 1 year $1.3 MM
Bennett Jackson FS NY Jets 1 year $0.7 MM
Brian Poole DB NY Jets 1 year $5.0 MM
 
Jets GM Joe Douglas used to work in Baltimore, where he was supposedly very influential in the decision to draft QB Joe Flacco, so this signing is far from surprising. While Joe Flacco may be trending down in his play, $1.5 MM feels like a bargain for the chance at solid veteran insurance for Sam Darnold. However, his neck surgery will supposedly keep him out for the opening of the season. Grade: B
 
After the draft, the Jets signed RB Frank Gore to a 1 year, $1.1 MM deal to ensure that he will play his 16th season in green and white. Gore is a physical back who played under Jets HC Adam Gase in San Francisco in 2008 and in Miami in 2018. Gore can take some of the pressure off of starting RB Le'Veon Bell in 2020 as the Jets move towards a "runningback by committee" system. Grade: B
 
The Jets-Ravens connection proved strong again with the signing of WR Breshad Perriman. Perriman was a first-round pick for the Ravens in 2015 while current Jets' Director of Player Personnel Chad Alexander was with Baltimore, and though he never really produced at a high level there, he had a resurgence in 2019 for the Buccaneers. Especially in November and December, where he performed at a 1000-yard rate projected over a whole season, Perriman proved to be a legitimate outside option across from Mike Evans with Chris Godwin in the slot. Perriman is a big, athletic receiver who projects to be well-worth the $6.5 MM deal to start on the outside. Grade: B
 
Yet again, the Jets signed a former Ravens player, re-signing LG Alex Lewis, who played 2016 through 2018 with Baltimore before GM Joe Douglas traded for him in the 2019 offseason. Lewis stepped in for Kelechi Osemele last season and was a serviceable starter. Lewis is good in pass pro, versatile, and a good zone fit as a guard. However, Lewis could touch up on his penalties and overall run blocking for 2020. GM Joe Douglas only gave Lewis a 3 year, $18.6 MM deal which actually has an out after 1 year, which seems like a solid price to get another look at a 28-year-old guard who might be part of the team's future. Grade: B
 
The Jets' biggest free-agent singing in 2020 in terms of guaranteed money was former Broncos' C Connor McGovern at $18.0 MM. McGovern is an athletic lineman with experience at guard and center. He is a powerful center, and that serves him well in the run game. However, McGovern has a weak anchor and inconsistent pad level and leverage in the pass game. For this reason, despite the need at center, Joe Douglas' decision to commit two years to a center who is, perhaps, below average in pass pro is worthy of scrutiny. Grade: C
 
The biggest heavily-scrutinized acquisition that the Jets made in 2020 was probably signing former Seahawks RT George Fant to a 3 year, $27.3 MM contract. Fant functioned primarily as a swing tackle and as a sixth offensive lineman in Seattle, as he could not see the field as a starter over Germain Ifedi. Fant remains a very raw pass protector in terms of his anchor and the fluidity of his kickslide, and his ability in the run is only theoretically a strength in zone blocking. While Fant's contract has an out in 2021, it is a bit strange to see him making a similar salary to Bryan Bulaga and Halapoulvaati Vaitai. Grade: D
 
The Jets were patient in re-signing their own free agents, which probably helped get good value retaining EDGE Jordan Jenkins. Despite notching 15 combined sacks over the past two seasons, Jenkins only got $3.9 MM from the Jets. The sack number is a bit misleading, though, due to a high quantity of "coverage sacks" and a relatively modest pressure rate. However, Jenkins is a fine run defender, and he'll slot in as EDGE #1 again for the bets in 2020. Grade: B
 
The Jets also acquired a former Raven on defense with LB Patrick Onwuasor, and they only paid $2.0 MM to bring him in. Onwuasor is an undersized linebacker but a good linear athlete, and while he struggles reading offensive cues and getting off of blocks to stop the run, he is a really good coverage player with the ability to get home as a pass rusher. Onwuasor has played next to CJ Mosley before, and he could potentially contribute in subpackage and base 4-3 looks, in addition to in a depth capacity and on special teams. Grade: B
 
With the cuts of Trumaine Johnson and Darryl Roberts, GM Joe Douglas decided to fill a starting cornerback spot with former Colts CB Pierre Desir on a 1 year, prove-it deal. Desir lacks longspeed, but he is a long, physical corner with decent short-area quickness. However, Desir lacks refinement in press and zone. With that said, $4.0 MM is a reasonable price to get a fill-in outside cornerback in 2020. Grade: B
 
This signing probably didnt get much national coverage, but re-signing CB Arthur Maulet could pay huge dividends for the Jets in 2020. In 2019, Trumaine Johnson and Darryl Roberts failed to hit expectations, forcing Maulet, Nate Hairston, and rookie Blessuan Austin into the outside cornerback rotation. Maulet is the only one of that group who was not benched for performance reasons. For a mere $0.9 MM, retaining a guy in Maulet who is familiar with the defense who will compete to start in 2020 is seemingly a no-brainer. Grade: A
 
Instead of making another draft choice, the Jets decided to trade pick 211 for former Colts CB Quincy Wilson. Wilson, a former second-round pick, was a raw prospect coming out of Florida, and his penalties and lack of zone instincts followed him to the pros and led to his benching. However, Wilson is a big, long, and athletic corner, and at only 23 years of age, it makes sense that GM Joe Douglas wants to bring him on board to compete in an iffy cornerback room. Grade: C
 
This signing went somewhat under-the-radar, but Jets fans were thrilled when the team retained DB Brian Poole to man the slot on a 1 year, $5.0 MM contract. Poole is a good run defender with an ability to rush the passer, and he had a career year in coverage in 2019. Brian Poole is a good fit for Gregg Williams' defense, so retaining him to start in 2020 for a mere $5.0 MM seems to be a good value. Grade: B
 

Draft

Round Number Pos Player School
1 11 LT Mekhi Becton Louisville
2 59 WR Denzel Mims Baylor
3 68 FS Ashtyn Davis California
3 79 EDGE Jabari Zuniga Florida
4 120 RB La'Mical Perine Florida
4 125 QB James Morgan FIU
4 129 LT Cameron Clark Charlotte
5 158 CB Bryce Hall Virginia
6 191 P Braden Mann Texas A&M
 
The eleventh pick, Louisville T Mekhi Becton, was my favorite acquisition that the Jets made during the 2020 offseason. While there were other options on the board, namely Tristan Wirfs, Henry Ruggs, and Ceedee Lamb, that the Jets presumably could have considered, Becton was the exact player I thought the Jets should take when he fell to 11. The first thing that stands out about Becton is his massive size, as he's 6'7", 364 lbs, with a monstrous 83-inch wingspan. Becton, however, is much more than a heavy lineman, as he defies the norm with his exceptional 5.1-flat movement skills. Becton is a hulking run blocker who is inexperienced but a fluid mover in pass pro. Becton projects to replace Kelvin Beachum and slide in at left tackle immediately in his rookie season. Grade: A
 
Wanting to add more picks to build the Jets in his image in his first year as GM, Joe Douglas opted to move down from 48 to 59 in the second round. This was a costly move, as it caused the Jets to miss out on AJ Epenesa and Darrell Taylor, but the Jets managed to grab a falling Senior Bowl standout in Baylor WR Denzel Mims. Mims is a height-weight-speed freak with good length, hands, and run-blocking toughness. Mims should slot in as a starting outside receiver across from Breshad Perriman in year one. Grade: B
 
The Jets' first third-round pick of 2020 was a real surprise to many fans, as although the team already had arguably the best safety tandem in football with Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye, the Jets drafted California FS Ashytn Davis with the 68th-overall draft selection. Davis is a freak athlete who played single-high safety, box safety, and even slot cornerback at Cal and would almost definitely have been drafted significantly higher but for teams' inability to medically check his groin post-surgery. It's possible that Gregg Williams will utilize Davis as a big nickel defender this year, but this selection could also give the Jets flexibility if Marcus Maye, who is a free agent in 2021, or Jamal Adams, with whom the Jets are supposedly far apart on a long-term contract, depart. Grade: B
 
Despite having a starting EDGE tandem consisting of Jordan Jenkins and Tarell Basham and losing Brandon Copeland to New England, the Jets did not add outside talent to the position group before the draft, forcing GM Joe Douglas to pick Florida EDGE Jabari Zuniga at 79 overall. Zuniga is a good linear athlete with a decent ability to set the edge and with some interior versatility, and he could maybe project to replace Jordan Jenkins as a starter in 2021. However, Zuniga struggles with stiff hips and slow reaction time at the snap, and plus he missed most of the 2019 season with ankle injuries. The Jets probably hit the right position with Zuniga, who should factor into the pass-rush rotation with Jenkins, Basham, and 2019 UDFA Kyle Phillips, but it's really hard to justify drafting Zuniga with guys like Jonathan Greenard, Terrell Lewis, and DJ Wonnum still on the board. Grade: C
 
With his first day-3 selection as GM, Joe Douglas chose Florida RB La'Mical Perine. Perine is a physical runner with some receiving versatility out of the backfield. However, Perine doesn't really offer very much in terms of speed or vision, and drafting a RB instead of going offensive line, pass rush, receiver, or cornerback when Le'Veon Bell was already in the fold was a curious move. Grade: D
 
The second of the Jets' fourth-round picks probably stirred up the most intrigue, as most casual fans probably didn't expect the Jets to draft a quarterback. With that said, the Jets have gone a combined 0-6 over the past two seasons in games that Darnold did not start, and at this time David Fales was slated to be the backup quarterback, so drafting FIU QB James Morgan in the fourth round, which I thought was a value anyway, was a good choice. Morgan is a thick quarterback with a live arm with developmental quarterback potential. Grade: B
 
With their third pick in the fourth round, the Jets chose a player with the potential to start soon on the offensive line in Charlotte T Cameron Clark. Clark is a powerful lineman who started at left tackle in his rSo, rJr, and rSr seasons and has good short-area quickness despite his 5.29 forty. Some have floated Cameron Clark as a potential convert to guard for the Jets due to his sloppy pass-pro footwork. Grade: B
 
The Jets went corner in round 5, taking Virginia CB Bryce Hall at 158 overall. Hall is a long, tall corner who moves well, has zone instincts, and contributes in the run game. However, Hall's struggles in press and off-man coverage schemes probably project him better as a safety in the NFL rather than as a corner, which doesn't seem to be a need with Adams, Maye, and Davis already on the roster, and Hall's ankle injury prevented him from working out at the Combine, leaving teams in a state of uncertainty about his health and his testing numbers. Grade: C
 
With their sixth-round pick, the Jets went special teams with Texas A&M P Braden Mann. Mann has a big leg and can handle kickoff duties. Mann projects to replace Lachlan Edwards, but this may have been a tad high for a punter. Grade: C
 
The Jets had an intriguing undrafted free agent class with a number of guys who warranted day-3 draft consideration, but two guys that I liked pre-draft stood out as being worth mentioning. Georgia WR Lawrence Cager is a physical receiver at the line of scrimmage who will attempt to make the team as a redzone threat. Alabama DB Shyheim Carter played the STAR role in Nick Saban's defense, and he proved his versatility as a college approximation of a subpackage linebacker, a nickel corner, a box safety, and even a high safety, so he'll vie to make the team as a versatile depth defensive back and as a special-teams ace.
 

Other Offseason News

After tensions flared at the trade deadline last season, SS Jamal Adams expressed his frustrations with a lack of a contract extension on social media before supposedly requesting a trade in June. However, according to Connor Hughes at The Athletic, the Jets still hope to sign Adams to a long-term contract. Reportedly, over half of the teams in the NFL have expressed interest in adding the defensive star, but the Dallas Cowboys have gotten the most traction as a potential trade partner, with RT La'El Collins and WR Michael Gallup coming up as potential trade pieces. Jamal Adams is still on his rookie contract for 2020, and the Jets accepted his fifth-year option for 2021.
 
Also, this isn't really news, but former Jets' All-Pro CB Darrelle Revis continued his spat with 49ers' All-Pro CB Richard Sherman, culminating in this unusual Tweet:
3 facts here.
@RSherman_25
•I’m more handsome than him according to women.
•I’m better at corner than him according to everyone.
•Shutdown corners are paid more than Zone 3 corners which I’m currently still am today.
 

Projected Starting Lineup

QB: Sam Darnold
RB: Le’Veon Bell (and Frank Gore)
WR: Breshad Perriman, Denzel Mims
SWR: Jamison Crowder
TE: Chris Herndon (and Ryan Griffin)
LT: Mekhi Becton
LG: Alex Lewis
C: Connor McGovern
RG: Brian Winters
RT: George Fant
EDGE: Jordan Jenkins, Tarell Basham
DT: Henry Anderson, Quinnen Williams (and Steve McLendon)
ILB: CJ Mosley, Avery Williamson (and Patrick Onwuasor)
CB: Pierre Desir, Arthur Maulet
NCB: Brian Poole
SS: Jamal Adams
FS: Marcus Maye
K: Sam Ficken
P: Braden Mann
LS: Thomas Hennessy
 

Position Group Strengths and Weaknesses

QB - Neutral/Weakness
Jets fans aren't going to love this one, but Sam Darnold is arguably still a bottom-third passer going into 2020. Darnold has been surrounded by a poor supporting cast over the past two years, including a turnstile of receivers across Robby Anderson with drop issues and linemen with pass-pro issues, but he certainly has not dominated like other young quarterbacks such as Lamar Jackson, Patrick Mahomes, Deshaun Watson, and Carson Wentz. The Jets have a good group behind Darnold, though, including Joe Flacco, who said he won't be ready for week 1, and James Morgan, a fourth-round rookie out of FIU.
 
Backfield - Strength
Le'Veon Bell, who is making $15.5 MM this season, is an all-around back in terms of running between the tackles, receiving, and pass protecting. The Jets also signed the ageless wonder Frank Gore to take some of the pressure off of Bell. Joe Douglas also drafted La'Mical Perine to contribute in the backfield.
 
Pass Catchers - Neutral/Weakness
In 2020, the Jets are banking on production from unproved pass catchers who have performed well in limited sample sizes. Joe Douglas signed Breshad Perriman, who had a very productive end to his 2019 season, to man one of the outside receiver spots. He also drafted Denzel Mims out of Baylor to presumably also start as a rookie. Jamison Crowder broke out last year as an above-average slot receiver, and Chris Herndon missed virtually all of last season but played well in his rookie season as a tight end. The receiver depth lacks standout names, but the tight end depth is strong, with Ryan Griffin returning on a multi-year extension.
 
Offensive Line - Weakness
The Jets entirely remade their offensive line, and while each position is arguably improved on paper, it is still young and unproven. Most significantly, at LT, Joe Douglas drafted Mekhi Becton at 11, who is already a really good run blocker with the tools to grow in pass pro. Douglas also re-signed Alex Lewis, who is probably serviceable but below average, to start at left guard, but he could force competition from fourth-round rookie Cameron Clark. The Jets signed Connor McGovern to start at C, and while he should solidify the position for at least the last two years, he is not extraordinary. Right guard shapes up to be an open competition between incumbent Brian Winters, who is serviceable when healthy, and new acquisition Greg Van Roten. At RT, the Jets signed George Fant, who played mostly as a swing tackle or sixth offensive lineman for Seattle but certainly has the athletic ability to outperform Chuma Edoga from last year.
 
Defensive Line - Weakness
This might be surprising to the non-Jets fans, but the days of Muhammad Wilkerson, and Leonard Williams are over, and pressure from the defensive line probably won't come easily for Gang Green. At EDGE, the Jets have arguably the worst duo in the NFL with Jordan Jenkins and Tarell Basham presumably playing as starters, with rookie 3rd-round pick Jabari Zuniga and 2019 UDFA Kyle Phillips playing rotationally. Starting on the interior, the Jets have Quinnen Williams, the former third-overall selection who notched 2.5 sacks and 4 TFLs in his rookie season and was arrested in March on a weapons charge, and Henry Anderson, a nimble interior penetrator who had a breakout year in 2018 before coming back down to Earth in 2019. Nathan Shepherd, Steve McLendon, and Foley Fatukasi should all see plenty of tread on the DL, as well.
 
Linebackers - Strength
The Jets had a nearly-comical number of injuries at off-ball linebacker last season, but on paper, the unit appears very strong. CJ Mosley, 2019 FA acquisition, missed almost the entire 2019 season with a groin injury, but when healthy, he is one of the best linebackers in football. Avery Williamson, who projects to start across Mosley in 2020, is a good run defender but missed the entire 2019 year with a torn ACL. Returning starter Neville Hewitt, cheap FA acquisition Patrick Onwuasor, and promising second-year player Blake Cashman could each play in various base or subpackage roles, in addition to on special teams.
 
Secondary - Neutral
Similar to the defensive line, the Jets secondary is a tale of two halves, in this case safeties and cornerbacks. At safety, the Jets have reigning All Pro Jamal Adams and solid free safety Marcus Maye returning, in addition to the versatile 3rd-round pick Ashtyn Davis out of Cal. Outside cornerback is in flux, as new acquisition Pierre Desir should lock up one spot, while Arthur Maulet, Quincy Wilson, and Blessuan Austin could compete for the other starting spot, with last year's breakout player Brian Poole locking up the slot. Nate Hairston, Javelin Guidry, Shyheim Carter, and 5th-round rookie Bryce Hall could compete for other key depth roles in the secondary.
 
Special Teams - Strength/Neutral
At kicker, the Jets had a rocky performance last year, so they brought in Brett Maher, who hit 67% of his field goals last season, to compete with Sam Ficken, who hit 70% of his field goals last season. At punter, the Jets have rookie P Braden Mann, who handles kickoffs and whose 47.1 yards per punt would have ranked 4th in the NFL last year. At longsnapper, Thomas Hennessy is an asset in coverage and will return in 2020. Additionally, WR Vyncint Smith and FS Matthias Farley project to play major roles in kick coverage next season, with other jobs presumably up for grabs.
 

Schedule Predictions

Week 1 at Buffalo: L - Other than the loss of Shaq Lawson and the additions of Stephon Diggs and AJ Epenesa, the Bills mostly had a quiet offseason, though with encouraging performances from young players in Josh Allen, Ed Oliver, Tremaine Edmunds, and Tre'Davious White and coming off of a 10-6 campaign, there’s a lot about which to be enthusiastic in Buffalo. The Bills, who went 10-6 last year and made the playoffs, beat the Jets here in their home opener. Record: 0-1
 
Week 2 vs San Francisco: L - The 49ers took a huge leap in 2019, marching through the NFC and into the Super Bowl, and the additions of Brandon Aiyuk, Javon Kinlaw, and Trent Williams should keep them competitive in 2020. If Jamal Adams is on the team, he might be able to get in George Kittle's way, but nevertheless the 49ers should be one of the NFL's most well-rounded football teams, and it would be difficult to envision the Jets defeating them. Record: 0-2
 
Week 3 at Indianapolis: L - The Colts had a big free agency period, signing Philip Rivers and adding DeForest Buckner in a trade while retaining their entire offensive line. While the Jets went 7-9 last season, just like the Colts did, the Colts probably are the favorites to win at home, especially with the advantage the Indianapolis offensive line should have over the New York pass rush. Record: 0-3
 
Week 4 vs Denver: L - While the Broncos went 7-9 last season, they have championship aspirations in 2020, as they went 4-1 in Drew Lock's starts last year and added Melvin Gordon, Jerry Jeudy, KJ Hamler, and Albert Okwuegbunam to a group of weapons already containing Philip Lindsay, Courtland Sutton, Noah Fant, and Jeff Heuerman while retaining defensive stars in Von Miller, AJ Johnson, and Justin Simmons. Though it is a home game, it's hard to imagine the Jets defeating the Broncos in 2020. Record: 0-4
 
Week 5 vs Arizona: W - The Cardinals look poised to improve in 2020, with the additions of DeAndre Hopkins, Jordan Phillips, and Isaiah Simmons, but questions remain with the offensive line and defensive line, in addition to with the poor playcalling from Kingsbury and Joseph at times during last season. This could be a key game for Quinnen Williams, Henry Anderson, Steve McLendon, and the interior defensive line to feast on a poor Cardinals' interior offensive line, and for Gregg Williams to outmatch Kingsbury and Murray at home. Record: 1-4
 
Week 6 at LA Chargers: L - The Chargers revamped their team this offseason, adding Justin Herbert in the draft and surrounding him with Bryan Bulaga, Trai Turner, and Joe Reed on offense, and Kenneth Murray and Chris Harris on defense. Though the quarterback situation is in flux in LA, it’s a bit hard to envision the Jets going on the road to the West Coast and beating an otherwise well-rounded team. Record: 1-5
 
Week 7 vs Buffalo: W - The Jets have beat the Bills at least once in 8 of the last 10 seasons, and so the Jets should have a good chance to win one at home. Record: 2-5
 
Week 8 at Kansas City: L - The Chiefs has a pretty quiet offseason aside from locking up Patrick Mahomes and Chris Jones on long-term deals, as they added Mike Remmers, Taco Charlton, Willie Gay, and Lucas Niang while losing Stefen Wisniewski, Emmanuel Ogbah, Reggie Ragland, and Kendall Fuller. Despite the offseason losses, Reid and Mahomes should easily be able to storm past the Jets at home. Record: 2-6
 
Week 9 vs New England: W - The Patriots took a hit this offseason, obviously headlined by the loss of Tom Brady but also supplemented by key defensive losses in Kyle Van Noy, Jamie Collins, and Duron Harmon in addition to a general lack of attention towards improving a lackluster wide receiver corps. The Jets haven't beat the Patriots since their week 16 overtime thriller in 2015, but a November home game could be a good chance to do it, as the Patriots don't really possess the weapons to exploit issues with the Jets' cornerbacks nor the pass rushers to exploit issues with the Jets' offensive line. Record: 3-6
 
Week 10 at Miami: W - The Dolphins had a very poor 2019, finishing 5-11 with the 27th-ranked total offense and the 30th-ranked total defense, and as such they had an incredibly busy offseason, adding Matt Breida, Ereck Flowers, Ted Karras, Kyle Van Noy, Shaq Lawson, Emmanuel Ogbah, Elandon Roberts, and Byron Jones in free agency and Tua Tagovailoa, Austin Jackson, Noah Igbinoghene, Robert Hunt, Raekwon Davis, and Solomon Kindley in the draft. However, in Miami before the bye would be a good chance for Adam Gase to get a revenge game win, seeing as the Dolphins still have weaknesses all over their roster including quarterback, offensive tackle, and edge rusher. Record: 4-6
 
WEEK 11 BYE
 
Week 12 vs Miami: L - With all their offseason additions, the Dolphins figure to match up fairly evenly with the Jets in 2020, and so it's likely that the two teams will split the season series. Record: 4-7
 
Week 13 vs Las Vegas: W - The Raiders had a very busy offseason, adding Jason Witten, Maliek Collins, Nick Kwiatkoski, Prince Amukamara, and Damarious Randall in free agency and Henry Ruggs, Damon Arnette, Lynn Bowden, Bryan Edwards, and Amik Robertson in the draft with their only major losses being Darryl Worley and Karl Joseph. At home against a West Coast opponent, the Jets would be wise to take advantage of some of the Raiders’ weaknesses in this game, including inexperience at wide receiver, edge rusher, linebacker, and cornerback. Record: 5-7
 
Week 14 at Seattle: L - The Seahawks went 11-5 last season and were one play away from securing the top seed in the NFC, so their offseason was pretty quiet, mostly focusing on the offensive line with the losses of Germain Ifedi, DJ Fluker, and George Fant and the additions of free agents Brandon Shell, BJ Finney, and Cedric Ogbuehi, and draft pick Damien Lewis. Pete Carroll is one of the best coaches in football today, and in this late-season matchup at Seattle he’ll have the personnel advantage against the Jets offense, which lacks talented weapons and blockers. Record: 5-8
 
Week 15 at LA Rams: L - The Rams regressed to 9-7 last year and then had a difficult offseason, losing Todd Gurley, Brandin Cooks, Dante Fowler, and Nickell Robey-Coleman, with their only major addition being A’Shawn Robinson. The 2020 Rams are not the Super Bowl Rams of the past, but with both McVay and Goff still on board, the Rams have to be favorites to take this late-season home game against the Jets. Record: 5-9
 
Week 16 vs Cleveland: W - The Browns had a busy offseason, hiring head coach Kevin Stefanski, losing Greg Robinson, Joe Schobert, and Damarious Randall, signing Austin Hooper, Jack Conklin, Andrew Billings, Karl Joseph, and Damarious Randall, and drafting Jedrick Wills, Grant Delpit, and Jacob Phillips. Despite these additions, however, Cleveland still has a new, inexperienced offensive playcaller at head coach and a question mark at quarterback, and Gregg Williams generally handles quarterbacks who struggle with post-snap reads well with disguised coverages and aggressive blitz packages. Record: 6-9
 
Week 17 at New England: L - With the expanded playoffs, the Patriots have an even greater chance to make the postseason this year than they otherwise would, so this late-season match in Foxborough could be a consequential, divisional-revenge game. Record: 6-10
 
Final Record: 6-10
While I firmly believe that the Jets improved significantly this offseason, especially in terms of the offensive line and getting players back from injury, this year’s schedule is substantially more difficult that last year’s, which could result in less games in the wins column for 2020. Last year, the Jets closed out the back-half of their season going 6-2 playing against rookie Daniel Jones, rookie Dwayne Haskins, Derek Carr, Andy Dalton, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Lamar Jackson, rookie Devlin Hodges, and Matt Barkley, and this year the Jets have to play both the AFC West and the NFC West, which is a huge jump in their level of competition.
 

Training Camp Battles to Watch

WR #2: Denzel Mims vs Vyncint Smith
Jets fans would hope that starting receiver isn’t much of a battle, but since rookie wideouts traditionally have been known to take longer learning the playbook, the other receiver spot next to Perriman and Crowder is in flux. Denzel Mims, the rookie receiver from Baylor, is the odds-on favorite to get a starting role and to play as a deep threat and red-zone threat in year one. However, if Mims proves too raw off the bat, the Jets could fall back on Vyncint Smith, who had 17 receptions last year and showed his value as a deep threat.
 
Left Guard: Alex Lewis vs Cameron Clark
Following a 2019 season where Alex Lewis spot-started in place of Kelechi Osemele, the Jets rewarded him with a 3 year, $18.6 MM contract, and he goes into 2020 as the favorite to start at left guard once again. With that being said, the possibility exists that rookie tackle Cameron Clark out of Charlotte will kick inside and compete at left guard.
 
Right Guard: Brian Winters vs Greg Van Roten
After a 2019 season in which Brian Winters went down with a shoulder injury in week 10, many expected the Jets to cut him, but he instead will return as the incumbent starter at right guard. However, new free agent acquisition Greg Van Roten could switch to the right side and compete against Winters to start.
 
Right Tackle: George Fant vs Chuma Edoga
After the Jets had a poor performance form their offensive line in 2019, GM Joe Douglas brought in competition at all position, including at right tackle. George Fant, former Seattle swing tackle, is the presumptive favorite to land the starting job, despite his lack of starting experience and struggles with pass-pro footwork. Chuma Edoga could compete as well, but his performance in both run blocking and pass pro was so shaky last year as a rookie that he needed extensive help from tight ends to prevent the right side from entirely becoming a liability.
 
EDGE #2: Tarell Basham vs Kyle Phillips vs Jabari Zuniga vs John Franklin-Myers
The Jets started Jordan Jenkins and Tarell Basham at edge rusher last season, so it was somewhat of a shock to see them add absolutely no outside talent until the middle of the third round, and so now Gregg Williams and his defensive staff are forced to make the pitiful decision between starting Basham, Kyle Phillips, Jabari Zuniga, or John Franklin-Myers across from Jenkins. Basham, who the Jets claimed off of waivers in 2018, is probably the odds-on favorite to start once again after notching 2 sacks and 4 quarterback hits in 54% of the Jets' defensive snaps. Kyle Phillips, the second-year player from Tennessee who was a five-star high-school recruit, is a thicker lineman best suited to play on run downs who could push for starting snaps as well. Jabari Zuniga, 3rd-round rookie out of Florida, is a third contender for the starting job, but his interior versatility and similarity to Jenkins in terms of his stiffness and poor pad level could suggest the Jets envision him in more of a rotational role. The wildcard in this battle is John Franklin-Myers, who was claimed by the Jets off of waivers from the Rams at the start of 2019 but who also notched a pair of sacks in his rookie year and is really explosive for his size.
 
DT #2: Henry Anderson vs Nathan Shepherd
This battle won't get much media coverage, as both Anderson and Shepherd project to get plenty of tread on the New York defensive line, but nevertheless the two will compete in training camp for the upper hand in the snap count. Henry Anderson, the penetrating defensive lineman, saw his production fall off a bit in 2019, in part due to a nagging shoulder injury and utilization in different fronts and roles. Nathan Shepherd saw his role increase in the back half of the season after a suspension saw his role increase in the back half of the season after a suspension sidelined him from weeks two through eight, and with a good camp, he could establish himself as the primary nimble-footed complement to the heftier, run-stopping trio of Quinnen Williams, Steve McLendon, and Foley Fatukasi.
 
CB #2: Arthur Maulet vs Quincy Wilson vs Bryce Hall vs Blessuan Austin
The outside cornerback spot across from Pierre Desir is probably the most open starting battle on the team. Arthur Maulet, the undersized but physical cornerback out of Memphis, is probably the favorite to start after outplaying Johnson and Roberts last season to win the left cornerback job. Quincy Wilson, the former second-round pick, should be Maulet's primary competition after the Jets traded a draft pick to acquire him from the Colts. Bryce Hall, the rookie fifth-round corner from Virginia, is a darkhorse to start as well if he is healthy to start the season. Blessuan Austin, the former sixth-round pick, might factor into the competition, but he'll have Williams' doghouse after reacting poorly to his week-16 benching.
 
Kicker: Sam Ficken vs Brett Maher
Sam Ficken, who hit 70% of his kicks last season, will compete with Brett Maher, who hit 67% of his kicks last season, for the starting kicker job, but neither candidate should have to handle kickoffs with rookie punter Braden Mann in the fold.
 

Offensive and Defensive Schemes

Adam Gase, head coach and offensive playcaller for the Jets, runs a zone blocking, short passing offense mostly out of 11 personnel while also mixing in some 2-TE sets. In the run game, Gase is willing to run gap concepts based on his offensive line personnel, but he certainly favors his inside zone running playcalls. In the pass game, Gase likes to stack his receivers, throw checkdowns, split his backs out wide, and utilize the sidelines.
 
Gregg Williams, defensive coordinator for the Jets, runs a 3-4 hybrid, blitz-heavy defense with an emphasis on zone coverage. In the front seven, Williams has used both 3-4 and 4-3 base packages, though he mostly uses nickel fronts and one-gapping penetration schemes. In the secondary, Williams stresses MOFC shells, press-zone concepts, and disguised coverages and blitzes.
 
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2020.07.05 20:18 LearningIsListening A not-so-brief rundown of letters D-F in Jeffrey Epstein's 'Little Black Book'

Below is a rundown of letters D-F of Epstein's contacts. Last year, I wrote about letters A-C. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/cpis3n/a_brief_rundown_of_the_first_ten_pages_of_jeffrey/). There are some misspelled names. Epstein entered their names like this.
I have bolded some of the more interesting connections and information, but there could be much more that I overlooked. I hope something here strikes an interest in someone and maybe we can get more investigations out of this. Please, if you know anything more about any of these people than what is presented here, post below. I am working off of the unredacted black book found here: https://www.coreysdigs.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Jeffrey-Epsteins-Little-Black-Book-unredacted.pdf
D-F
d’abo, Henri & Tatiana: John Henry Erland d’Abo is the grandson of the 9th Duke of Rutland (more info on what these titles all mean can be found here: https://www.debretts.com/expertise/essential-guide-to-the-peerage/what-is-the-peerage/). Tatjana is his wife. Henry is the chairman of Wilton Payments Ltd, a private company that helps with financial intermediation. He and Christopher O’Neill are the primary shareholders of the company. O’Neill is Tatjana’s half-brother, a British-American financier, and husband to Princess Madeleine, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland, a daughter of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.
d’abo, Mrs. Jennifer: British entrepreneur who passed away in 2003. d’Abo was once married to Peter Cadbury from the family of the famous chocolate company. Peter did not work for the company, but he and Jennifer d’Abo had a son together. Their son, Joel Cadbury, became owner of the Groucho Club, a watering hole often frequented by famous people. Three years after Cadbury sold the club, their website became the center of a child pornography scandal (link to story: https://www.sott.net/article/242698-Groucho-Clubs-website-forum-hit-by-child-pornography-scandal)
D’Alessie, Carman: This name turned up no results, however, we can safely assume that this is actually Carmen D’Alessio, the international nightlife guru who helped spawn Studio 54 and other famous clubs. She is a party legend with countless celebrity ties.
d’Arenberg, Prince Pierre: Family lineage can be traced back 1000 years. European royalty. Extremely wealthy not because of his ties to nobility, but because his mother, Margaret Bedford, was an heiress to Standard Oil (Exxon).
d’Uzes, Jacques De crussol: The 17th Duke of Uzes. Not much else found on him. Margaret Bedford married into his family shortly after her divorce with Prince Charles Auguste Armand d’Arenberg, father of Prince Pierre d’Arenberg.
Dabbagh, Amr A.: A wealthy businessman/investor from Saudi Arabia. Dabbagh recently faced corruption charges but settled with the Saudi Arabian government. Has ties all around the world, as he is a member of and/or serves/served on the boards of the World Economic Forum, London Business School, Cleveland Clinic, Jeddah Economic Forum, Harvard Institute for Social and Economic Policy in the Middle East, etc.
Dahl, Sophie: ‘90s-’00s model-turned-author and maternal granddaughter of famous author Roald Dahl (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, James and the Giant Peach, etc.) Dahl has been seen in photos with Ghislaine Maxwell.
Darrin, Drake: Not much information found. Darrin runs an investment group out of Greenwich, Connecticut. Lived about a mile away from Epstein in NYC.
Dartmouth, William: The 10th Earl of Dartmouth. Member of the European Parliament from 2009-2019. Became a stepbrother of Princess Diana when his mother embarked on a 2nd marriage with Diana’s father, John Spencer.
Davies, Jeff: Most likely refers to the current CFO for Legal & General Group. Davies was once a senior partner at Ernst & Young.
Davies, David & Linda: Sir David Davies is a wealthy banker and businessman with deep connections. A family friend introduced him to David Rockefeller back in the ‘60s, which helped him get his start. Linda, daughter of a Chinese-Malaysian tycoon, is his second wife. They were married for over 20 years but are now divorced.
Davis, Michael: A current partner at N3 Media, Davis has had many jobs. He started out working at CAA, one of the top agencies in the world. Check out this list of celebrities and athletes that they represent (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Creative_Artists_Agency_clients). Davis then went on to produce movies and TV shows before transitioning to digital media.
Day, Nick and Heather: Not much to be found on these two. There are several articles that speak of their ranch in Kenya. Apparently, it is a fairly popular spot where people stay to get some rest and solitude.
de Andrade, Marcelo: An international banker (not the serial killer) who lives within one mile of Epstein’s mansion in NYC. de Andrade was married to Lisa Bjornson, a successful banker and higher-up at J.P. Morgan Securities back in the ‘90s.
de Baecque, Patrick: de Baecque has his hands in online news media (lefigaro.fr) in France. de Baecque was named Director of Sales and Operations at Dolead in 2017. Dolead is a company that is involved with online marketing.
de Cabrol, Milly: A high-end interior designer based out of NYC.
De Cadenet, Alen: Alain de Cadenet is one of Epstein’s many Formula One contacts. Someone here probably knows more about de Cadenet, but he used to be a racecar driver and now works for ESPN and the Speed Channel as a host.
de Clermont-Tonnerre, Hermine: A French princess who used to have a penchant for partying. The only daughter of Charles Henri, 11th Duke of Clermont-Tonnerre, Hermine was one of 500 guests invited to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother’s 100th birthday back in 2000. Hermine got in a motorcycle crash a month ago that put her in a coma.
De Georgiou, Anouska: A former British Playboy model who claims that Epstein groomed and raped her as a teenager when she met him in the 1990s. Her experience with Epstein is detailed in this article (https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9974171/anouska-de-georgiou-jeffrey-epstein-rape-claims-nbc-playboy/). She speaks about how Epstein was able to lure her into the life as a young girl.
De Soto, Fernando: Very difficult to pinpoint. Best guess is that this is the Head of Real Estate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Madrid, Spain. I could be wrong, but this is the one that made the most sense.
Dedieu, Jean & Paulette: Nothing found.
Del Bono, Luca: Co-founder of Quintessentially Group, a hospitality group that specializes in leisure, travel, and tourism.
Dell, Adam: Brother of Michael Dell (Founder of Dell Technologies and 27th ranked richest person in the world in Forbes’s BS rankings that discount the elite families). Adam is a venture capitalist who has a baby with Padma Lakshmi.
Deluca Dina & Fouard Chartuuni: Fouad Chartouni is the president of Kensico Properties, a real-estate holding company in New York. Chartouni and his brother own the Lowell Hotel in New York. The Lowell is a high-end 5 star hotel that caters largely to film executives, fashion design CEOs, publishing CEOs, and financial CEOs. Madonna lived there for nearly a year after breaking up with Sean Penn. Dina Deluca is Chartouni’s wife. She used to work as an assistant in film and television, but now focuses on her DDC28 brand of bath and beauty products.
Derby Earl / Cntess Cass & Ted: Edward Stanley (known informally as Teddy) is the 19th Earl of Derby. Caroline Stanley is Ted’s wife. She was a socialite during the ‘90s and is the daughter of Robin Neville, the 10th Baron Braybrooke.
Derby, Ros & Jonathan: No info found.
Di Vita, Charlotte: Best known for her handcrafted teapots, di Vita started off as a volunteer who helped raise funds to help poor people, most notably in Kenya, Thailand, and Brazil. She helped locals grow food and even helped build 3 schools (37 teachers, 1100 students) through a charity, Trade plus Aid, in Bawku, Ghana, in 1995.
Dickenson, Debbie: Supermodel and actress. Sister of the more famous Janice Dickinson.
Dickinson, Janice: One of the most successful models of the ‘70s and ‘80s, Dickinson has been occasionally labeled as the first ever supermodel. Opened her own modeling agency in 2005. Ironically, she accused Bill Cosby of raping her back in 1982 and wrote about it in her memoir. When called to the stand during Cosby’s trial, Cosby’s lawyer pointed out the differences between Dickinson’s testimony and her account of the incident in her memoir. Dickinson said that her accusations of Cosby raping her while under oath were the absolute truth, while she took “poetic license” with some of the details in her memoir.
Dietrich Marc Antoine and Cath: Baron Marc-Antoine de Dietrich is a businessman. He resigned as director of Vossloh Cogifer in 2011.
Dietrich, Paul & Laura: Paul is Chief Investment Officer of Fairfax Global Markets LLC. They manage investments for private investors, retirement funds, and private institutions.
Dimbelby, Johnathan: Jonathan Dimbleby is a famous British reporter, political radio and television show host, and author.
Diniz, Pedro: Former Formula One driver and businessman. Now runs a large scale organic farm in Brazil.
Dixon, Alexandra: No info found.
Djerassi, Dale: Film producer and private investor who was married to Ghislaine Maxwell’s sister, Isabel, from 1984-1989.
Dolbey, Alex & Suzie: Suzie Dolbey (nee Murray-Philipson) is the daughter of the recently deceased Robin Murray-Philipson, who was the descendant of the Viscounts Elibank. Alex Dolbey has been the director of several management and investment companies.
Donne, Alegra: Couldn’t find much except a bunch of pictures of her hobnobbing at fancy parties. Actual name is Maria Allegra Donn.
Dori: Dori Cooperman is a socialite blogger who is friends with Alex von Furstenberg, Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, among others. Daughter of Edwin Cooperman, former Chairman of Travelers Bank Group. Used to work for the famous publicist, Lizzie Grubman, who has represented Jay-Z, Britney Spears, and the Backstreet Boys. Cooperman is known for getting into trouble due to issues with drugs and alcohol.
Dorrit: Dorrit Moussaieff is an Israeli jewellery designer, editor, and businesswoman who married into royalty. Dorrit was the First Lady of Iceland from 2003-2016 after marrying President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson in 2000. Although Moussaieff claims that Epstein only had her phone number because they “lived on the same street in London sometime between 1978 and 1983,” the Daily Mail published a picture of her and her husband, President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, with Ghislaine Maxwell.
Doss, David & Christy Prunier: David Doss has worked as producer and/or executive producer on NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, Oprah in Africa, Primetime (with Diane Sawyer), Anderson Cooper 360, and Live PD. Doss now serves as senior VP of news programming for Al Jazeera America. Christy Prunier is a former Hollywood exec and founder of the Willa brand of beauty products.
Douglas, Diandra: Actor Michael Douglas’s first wife.
Dr. Eli Wiesel: Most likely Elie Wiesel, the famous Holocaust survivor and Jewish author of Night**. Wiesel was accused of sexual assault in 2017 (source:** https://www.newsweek.com/elie-wiesel-me-too-account-690891)
Drax, Jeremy: Founder of Parham Holdings, a London property operation.
Dreesmann, Bernard: Executive Chairman of Morleys department stores in London.
Driver, Minnie: Famous movie and television actress.
Dubb, Anthony V.: Dub is an investment banker and founder of Indigo Capital, LLC.
Dubbens, Peter: Peter Dubens is a British Internet entrepreneur and investor. Founder of Oakley Capital.
Dubin, Glen: Glenn Dubin is a billionaire hedge fund manager. There is a great article detailing Dubin and his wife’s relationship with Epstein here: https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2019/09/glenn-dubin-epstein-questions). Summary of the article: Dubin was the first one accused by Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre. Rinaldo Rizzo, Dubin’s chef, testified that sexual activities occurred between Dubin and a 15-year-old girl, which led to him and his wife quitting as personal chefs of the Dubins. Dubin’s wife, Dr. Eva Andersson-Dubin, dated Epstein for a long time before she married Dubin. The couple was so close with Epstein that even after Epstein was convicted in 2008 and officially a registered sex offender, they invited him to Thanksgiving dinner and wrote a letter to his probation officer that they trusted him around their children, who were all minors at the time. Multiple sources say Epstein was actually their children’s Godfather, but a spokesman for the couple denies it. Glen Dubin and Epstein helped each other with their business ties, as well. Dubin also had other ties with Epstein (personal friends with Les Wexner and others). Dubin and his wife are definitely major players in the Epstein saga.
Dubin, Louis & Tiffany: Louis Dubin is a real estate developer specializing in upper-middle class condominiums. Has sold luxury condominiums to the likes of Charles Bronfman, who has ties to the Clintons, Wexner, and whose family were in the NXIUM cult. Tiffany Dubin is the stepdaughter of the now deceased billionaire, A. Alfred Taubman, the owner of Sotheby’s, a famous auction house in NYC that often hosts parties for the rich and famous.
Dubin, Peter: Epstein is/was a moron. This is the same Peter Dubens listed just above.
Duchess of York: Former wife of Prince Andrew. Mother of Princess Beatrice and Eugenie. God knows the stories she could tell. Rumor has it her toes still look like prunes to this day.
Ducrey-Giordano, Francisco: Likely the owner of General Vegetables out of Italy. No further info found.
Duesing, Paul: An interior architectural designer who has worked on luxury and personal resorts all around the world. Duesing claims Epstein tried to hire him to work on Epstein’s home on Epstein’s private island back in 2002, but Duesing declined because he didn’t like Epstein. Says he doesn’t even know how Epstein got his number in the first place. Perhaps it was Duesing’s ties with the royal family. He tells stories of getting the Queen Mother drunk, being close with Lord and Lady Lloyd, working on the home of Mohamed Al-Fayed, father of Dodi, Princess Diana’s boyfriend who died in the car crash with her.
Duke of York: Prince Andrew, the toe-sucking pedophile (allegedly), himself. Photographed with victims, Epstein, and Maxwell many times over. His reputation has been completely crushed.
Dunbar Johnson Miranda & Steph: Stephen Dunbar-Johnson is the president, International of the New York Times Company. He oversees the strategic development of the Times Company’s international businesses. He also spent 12 years working at The Financial Times. Miranda Dunbar-Johnson is Stephen’s wife. She serves on The Paris Committee, which “plays a crucial role in increasing Human Rights Watch’s visibility in France.” David de Rothschild is on the honorary committee.
Dunne, Griffin: An actor, producer, and director best known for his role as Jack in An American Werewolf in London (1981).
Dunne, Philip & Dominice: Philip Dunne is a Conservative Party politician who has been a Member of Parliament since 2005. Domenica is his wife.
Duong, Anh: An artist, actress, and model best known for her self-portraits and her portraits of art collectors and influencers. As a model, Duong has worked for Dolce & Gabbana, Christian Dior, Donna Karan, Karl Lagerfield, Moschino, Yohji Yamamoto, and others.
Durso Luigi: Luigi d’Urso was a noble and Italian railroad executive who died in 2006. His grandfather was the 9th Duke di Cassano. His mother was the great-granddaughter of George Clymer, one of the founding fathers of the U.S. and signee of both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. d’Urso was also married to French designer and model Ines de la Fressange.
Duthie, John & Charlotte: John is primarily a television director based out of London. Duthie also won some poker tournaments against some of the world’s best players in the early 2000s. His wife, Charlotte played a big role in Sir James Goldsmith’s political career as a member of the Referendum Party back in 1997. Goldsmith received 3.5% of the vote in Putney, a constituency located in London.
Dzhabrailou, Umar: Umar Dzhabrailov is a Russian politician and advisor to Sergei Prikhodko, the current First Deputy Head of the Russian Government Office and Deputy Prime Minister of Russia in Dmitry Medvedev’s Cabinet. Dzhabrailov was rumored to be romantically linked to Naomi Campbell, supermodel and one of the main suspects in Epstein’s underage sex scandal, in the early 2000s. Dzhabrailov, a supremely wealthy businessman, ran for president in 2000, garnering 0.1% of the vote as an Independent. Dzhabrailov was a partner in Russia’s Radisson Hotel along with American entrepreneur Paul Tatum. After their falling out in 1996, Tatum was shot and killed. Some think Dzhabrailov was responsible while others think he was set up.
Ecclestone, Bernie: A billionaire British business magnate and former chief executive of Formula One Group. Ecclestone has faced some minimal controversies for tax evasion, bribery, and saying that Hitler was a man who was “able to get things done.” Disgustingly enough, Ecclestone, at the age of 89, became a father to his first son, Ace, on July 1, 2020.
Eckon, Paul: Paul Ekon is an international investor and venture capitalist who allegedly fled South Africa in the mid-90s because he was being investigated for links to a gold-smuggling syndicate. Has strong ties to South Africa, including being a personal friend of former president, Thabo Mbeki.
Edsel, Lucinda: No info found.
Edwards, Andrew & Tracy: Unsure. There was an Andrew Edwards and Tracy Edwards on linkedin who have a background in finance, but it is not conclusive whether or not they are the ones listed here or if they are even married. There is also a Tracy Edwards who is a former British sailor who used to work as a Project Manager for Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) and now teaches children of Internet safety and online reputation. This would be a far more interesting connection, but I cannot find anyone by the name of Andrew with a relevant relationship to her.
Ellan, Johnathan: No info found. Given his email, likely an employee of Starwood Capital Group, a private investment firm that is widely known for their luxury hotels. Starwood also specializes in real estate and energy.
Elias, Brian: A Miami Beach attorney.
Eliasch, Johan & Amanda: Johan is a Swedish billionaire businessman whose company, Gethal, was fined for alleged deforestation of the Amazon in 2008. The charges were dropped. Amanda is his ex-wife.
Elingworth, Charlie & Amanda: Charles Ellingworth is an author, businessman, and director of several real estate companies, most notably Cadogan Group, which owns most of the property in Chelsea, an affluent area in Central London.
Elizabeth: Not enough info.
Ellenbogen, Eric: An entertainment exec of Classic Media (a subsidiary of Dreamworks) and former CEO of Marvel Enterprises.
Ellingworth, Mr. & Mrs.: Charlie and Amanda listed just above.
Elliot, Ben: Current Co-Chairman of the Conservative Party in the UK and nephew of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (Prince Charles’s current wife). Elliot is also co-founder of Quintessentially Group, a hospitality group that specializes in leisure, travel, and tourism. Epstein has several ties to this group. Elliot’s spokesman has said that Elliot never met Epstein. However, Elliot has been a dinner guest of Ghislaine Maxwell in New York.
Elliott, Gail & Joe Coffey: Gail Elliott is an English fashion designer and former model. Joe Coffey is her husband and co-owner of their fashion brand, Little Joe Woman.
Ellison, Mandy & Ralph: Ralph Ellison is a pharmaceutical executive and investor. He was CEO of DOR BioPharma Inc., now known as Soligenix Inc. a company focused on treating rare diseases. Soligenix came under scrutiny two years ago when they were accused of ripping off stockholders.
Elwes, Anabel: Not much information to be found on Annabel Elwes, although it is clear that she runs in elite circles. Back in 1997, Elwes organized the Hong Kong handover party in order to aid the Hong Kong Cancer Fund. Guests included Anthony de Rothschild (eldest son of Evelyn de Rothschild); James Hewitt (former cavalry officer who revealed that he had an affair with Princess Diana while she was with Prince Charles. Possibly the biological father of Prince Harry, if rumors are to be believed); actress Isla Fisher of Wedding Crashers fame; socialite Tamara Beckwith; and Bassam Debs (listed in the Panama Papers).
Epstein, Ed: An investigative journalist and friend of Epstein. Denies any knowledge of Epstein’s penchant for underage girls.
Erba Noona: Noona Smith-Petersen is a public relations executive who has worked for Giorgio Armani, Valentino, Calvin Klein, and Tod’s. She now owns her own PR firm. Noona is married to Enrico Erba, who is a client manager for Giorgio Armani.
Espirito, Santo, Manuel and Ros: Manuel Espirito Santo is likely an heiemployee of the Portuguese banking cartel, Espirito Santo, which received a major bailout in 2014.
Estlin, Jean-Marc: Jean-Marc Etlin is a banker and current partner in CVC Capital Partners, one of the world’s largest private equity and investment advisory firms.
Estrada, Juffali, Christina: Christina Estrada is a former Pirelli Calendar model and ex-wife (2001-2014) of Saudi billionaire heir and businessman, Walid Juffali. She received a £75 million settlement after their divorce.
Evans, Chris: Not the Captain America Chris Evans, but the UK television host and radio DJ. Evans has been rumored to often “flash” people at work (source: https://www.insider.com/police-build-case-on-chris-evans-sexual-assault-claim-2016-7). The BBC has also refused to investigate claims from an ex-Top Gear presenter that Evans “grabbed her breasts and touched himself.” When Evans was 35, he married 18-year-old pop star Billie Piper. They eventually separated and divorced years later.
Eveheart, Angie: Angie Everheart was one of the most well-known models of the 1990s. She has accused Harvey Weinstein of masturbating in front of her.
Faber, David: Due to the London area phone number listed, this is likely the former Conservative member of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. His maternal grandfather, Harold Macmillan, was Prime Minister of the UK from 1957-1963. As of 2010, Faber was to become head of Summer Fields, his former prep school. Summer Fields, an exclusive all-boys prep school, has come under scrutiny in the past. Tom Parker Bowles, son of Camilla Duchess of Cornwall (Prince Charles’s wife), has claimed that Summer Fields was “a hotbed of the sorts of things that are coming out now,” according to this article (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2812235/Tom-Parker-Bowles-former-headmaster-dismisses-food-writer-s-claims-old-primary-school-hotbed-impropriety-complete-rubbish.html) from the Daily Mail published in 2014. Parker Bowles went on to claim that one master would join naked boys in the shower.
Faber, Sally & Brook Johnson: Charles “Brook” Johnson is a millionaire UK businessman and polo player. His wife, Sally Faber was a weather girl in the 1980s and former wife of former David Faber (listed above). They live next door to Prince Charles in Highgrove.
Faibairn, Charlotte: Charlotte Fairbairn is an author who has worked in the arts, politics, and journalism. Most importantly, she is the eldest daughter of Sir Nicholas Fairbairn (1933-1995), a Scottish politician and former legal adviser to Margaret Thatcher, who was posthumously accused of child molestation and sexual assault against an adult female. Sir Nicholas’s name was allegedly on a list of VIPs who attended parties at an underage boys brothel in the 1980s with Cyril Smith, another British government official and alleged serial sex offender. More info can be found on both here: https://www.scotsman.com/news/politics/sir-nicholas-fairbairn-child-abuse-scandal-link-1531718 and here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyril_Smith
Fairfax, The Hon Rupert: Hon. Rupert Alexander James Fairfax is the son of Thomas Brian McElvie Fairfax, 13th Lord of Fairfax of Cameron. Rupert is currently Managing Director of Fairfax Saddles, which was awarded the Queen’s Award for Innovation in 2018. This is the highest business award in the UK.
Fairweather, Natasha: A well-known literary agent who was the literary editor of The Moscow Times and writereviewer for the London Times and The Economist.
Fairweather, Ms. Catherine: Former travel editor at Harper’s Bazaar and Porter. Married to photojournalist Don McCullin. McCullin co-wrote The Palestinians with Jonathan Dimbleby, another Epstein associate listed above.
Fairweather, Ambassador & Lady: Sir Patrick Fairweather is a retired British diplomat. He worked as Ambassador to Angola (1985-1987), Italy (1992-1996), and Albania (1992-1996). Lady Maria Fairweather was a linguist and professional interpreter who once helped out Bill Clinton and Boris Yeltsin when the official interpreter disappeared at a crucial moment just before the commencement of the G7 Summit.
Fakhre, Armado & Jasmine: Amado Fakhre is the British-Argentinian Founder and former CEO of Coral Capital, a Havana-based investment group best known for its joint venture partner in Havana’s upscale Saratoga Hotel. Fakhre was arrested for corruption and Coral Capital was forced to shut its doors in Havana. Fakhre was interrogated for 20 months in a Cuban safe house and eventually got sentenced to 5-7 years for bribery, but did not have to serve any time. No explanation has been given. Jasmine is his wife.
Fakhre, Danny & Christine: Danny Fakhre is the Chairman of Kochii Oil out of Australia. Christiane is his wife.
Fall, Meredith: No info found.
Fallah, Mrs: Likely Gina Fallah, mother of Christina Fallah. Gina’s father was Reza Fallah, an Iranian businessman and political advisor.
Fallah, Ms. Christina & Jon Robe: Christina Fallah is an interior designer and owner of Christina Fallah designs.
Falletans, Olivier de: Managing partner at Bryan, Olivier, & Co., a mid-market investment bank in Technology. Olivier comes from a family of nobility dating back to at least the 13th century.
Fanjul, Pepe: Jose “Pepe” Fanjul is a billionaire businessman involved in sugar and real estate. Vice Chairman and President of Flo-Sun. “Pepe” is a Republican. He was one of the largest contributors to George W. Bush’s campaign, is an ardent supporter of Marco Rubio, and co-hosted a large fundraiser for Donald Trump. His older brother, Alfonso Fanjul Jr., is a Democrat and was a co-chair of Bill Clinton’s Florida campaign, further proving that POLITICAL PARTISANSHIP IS A CROCK OF SHIT.
Faulkner, Terence & Cornelia: Terence Faulkner is Chairman of Leathams PLC, a London-based food distributor. Cornelia is Terence’s wife. She is Director of Leathams and a specialist decorator.
Feeley, Fiona: An interior designer at Atelier Designs.
Fekkai, Frederic: A French celebrity hairstylist.
Feldman, Andrew: Orthopaedic surgeon in New York City.
Felix, Helena: Not much to be found on Helena. She was possibly the director of an investment firm called Edenhaven Limited. Her husband, Peter, was an oral surgeon. He passed away in 2011.
Fell, David & Anne: Nothing much found here. After a lot of digging, it turns out that David Fell lives in an apartment at 1177 Avenue of the Americas, a real estate holding of Larry Silverstein, owner of the World Trade Center who (allegedly) took out insurance on the WTC just before 9/11.
Ferragamo, Leonardo & Beatrice: Leonardo is the son of Salvatore Ferragamo, the creator of Salvatore Ferragamo, S.p.A., an Italian luxury goods company specializing in shoes, leather goods, and watches.
Ferranti, Hugo: Hugo de Ferranti is an art dealer. He is also a Director for Action on Addiction, a UK-based charity for people with drug and alcohol addiction issues. Kate Middleton has served as patron of Action on Addiction since 2012.
Ferry, Brian: Bryan Ferry is a singesongwriter and the owner of Studio One recording studio in London. In the 1970s, he was the frontman for the British rock band, Roxy Music.
Fiennes, Martin: The heir apparent to the Baron Saye and Sele, a title of peerage in England. Lives in Broughton Castle. Cousin of actor Ralph Fiennes.
Fiennes, Martin: Same person.
Fiennes, Ralph: Famous actor. Cousin of Martin Fiennes. The fact that Epstein knows so many people in this family is troubling.
Fiennes, Suzzana: A British artist who works exclusively with Prince Charles. Susannah is the twin sister of Martin Fiennes and cousin of actor Ralph.
Fifer, Chuck: Not positive, but could be actor Chuck Pfeiffer, who is a close friend of Oliver Stone and was in Wall Street with Michael Douglas. However, it could be someone else. Pfeiffer didn’t have much of an acting career.
Figg, Christopher & Charlotte: Christopher Figg is a movie producer and CEO of Piccadilly Pictures. Figg is best known for producing the first 3 Hellraiser movies, Trainspotting, Dog Soldiers, Heidi, Coriolanus (directed by and starring Ralph Fiennes), We Need to Talk About Kevin, and many others. Charlotte is his wife.
Finch Charles: A failed director who became a talent agent for William Morris. Oversees a private equity finance unit called Finch Asia and is Chairman of Dean & Deluca (66 stores nationwide). Most notably, Charles Finch is known to host extravagant, A-list laden parties at Cannes, home of the world-famous film festival, pre-Oscar parties, and pre-BAFTA parties. There is an in-depth article from the Hollywood Reporter about Finch and his Cannes parties here (https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/meet-charles-finch-ultimate-cannes-party-host-you-need-know-1001847). Regulaoccasional guests of his Cannes parties included: Harvey Weinstein, Rush Hour director Brett Ratner (accused of sexual abuse by 6 women, including actress Olivia Munn and actress/model Natasha Henstridge), Mick Jagger, and Netflix bigwig Ted Sarandos. Finch’s pre-Oscar and pre-BAFTA parties have attracted the likes of Jeff Bezos, Robert De Niro, Sofia Coppola, Pedro Almodovar, Margot Robbie, Rashida Jones (daughter of Quincy Jones, music mogul who has been accused of nefarious sexual endeavors), Tracee Ellis Ross, and others Finch is the son of famous actor Peter Finch (A-list actor from the 1960s-1970s, best known for his role in the movie Network, for which he won an Oscar for Best Actor) and Yolande Turner (actress). A deeper look into Finch’s parties and connections would definitely prove interesting.
Finklestein, Howard: Finkelstein is a public defender in Broward County, Florida. In Florida (and some other states), public defenders are elected, not appointed.
Firyal Princess: Jerusalem-born Jordanian princess who was once married to Prince Muhammad bin Talal. Firyal was named an UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador in 1992. Princess Firyal launched the International Hope Foundation in 1994 for the benefit of homeless and street children. Firyal holds positions with several museums (The Louvre, The Tate, MOMA, and Guggenheim), as well as positions with Columbia University, New York Public Library, United Nation Association, and International Rescue Committee.
Fisher, Dan: Given the address listed (Trump Tower), it is possible that this is a former lobbyist (https://www.citizen.org/news/36-former-lobbyists-working-trump-clear-conflicts-interest/) and current Special Assistant to the President and Director of the White House Visitors Office, however I am unable to confirm this information with 100% certainty.
Flick Mook: Likely Friedrich Christian Flick, known as Mick Flick. The Flick family was a billionaire coal and steel conglomerate that was accused of war crimes during the Holocaust. Flick’s grandfather financially supported the Nazi Party and used 48,000 forced laborers from the concentration camps, many of whom died due to the conditions. Grandfather Flick was found guilty of war crimes at Nuremberg and served 3 years of his 7-year sentence. Mick (Mook) sold most of his holdings in the ‘80s and retired a billionaire.
Foman, Bobby & Jeanette: Robert Q. Fomon currently works as a Managing Director for Morgan Stanley. He specializes in wealth management. He used to be an Assistant Director at Bear Stearns (owned by Chase), one of the investment banks that went under as a result of the 2008 financial crisis. His father is. Robert M. Fomon, Jeanette is his wife. D-F continued below....
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2020.06.04 17:08 ChildfreeFamily Help fact-checking a list of well known Childfree people

I'm compiling a list of childfree people for a blog. I have found a few lists online (which have been helpful). But in some cases they were not up-to-date. A person may have had children since being added to their list (example: I had to remove George Clooney who appeared on a number of lists). Or there might be some people missing who should be on the list.
If you have a moment to scan the list and let me know of any other errors or omissions it would be appreciated.
It has been fun working on this list. A few people on it surprised me. Thanks again for any help.
\Edit for clarification: the term "childfree", in the sense of this list, will be in regards to people who never had a child from a live birth, fostered a child, adopted a child, or was a step-parent.*

Herbert Samuel Adams – Sculptor
Charles Addams – Cartoonist (The New Yorker)
Jane Addams - Social Worker, Political Activist, Co-Founder of the ACLU, & Nobel Peace Prize Winner
Nancy Addison – Actress
Louisa May Alcott – Author
Cynthia May Westover Alden – Author, Philanthropist
Grover Cleveland Alexander – Baseball Player
Suzy Allegra – Author
Marty Allen – Comedian
John Murray Anderson – Musical Theatre Producer
Laurie Anderson – Performance Artist
Marian Anderson – Concert Singer
Louis Andriessen – Composer
Jennifer Aniston – Actress
Susan B. Anthony – Womans’ Suffragist
Samuel Appleton – Politician, Philanthropist
Geoffrey Arend - Actor
Louis Armstrong – Musician (Contested: The Louis Armstrong Museum states he had no children, but in 2012 Sharon Preston-Folta has claimed to be his daughter from Lucille “Sweets” Preston, a dancer at the New York Cotton Club)
Boris Artzybasheff – Artist
Dorothy Arzner – Film Director
Dr. Robert C. Atkins – Diet Doctor, Author, Creator of the Atkins Diet
V.C. Andrews – Author
Jane Austen – Author
Max Baer Jr. – Actor
Francis Bacon – Politician, Philosopher, Scientist
Florence Bailey – Author, Naturalist, Ornithologist
Tallulah Bankhead – Actress
Abdullah al-Baradouni – Yemeni Poet
Bob Barker – Game Show Host
Joe Barr – Canadian Politician
Lynda Barry – Cartoonist
Clara Barton - Nurse, Humanitarian, Founder and First President of the American Red Cross
Kathy Bates – Actress
Jaya Battacharya – Actress
King Baudouin – King of Belgium
Samuel Beckett – Author, Playwright, Poet
Ludwig Van Beethoven – Composer
Joe Besser – Actor
Isabella Bird – Author
Jacqueline Bisset – Actress
Lewis Black – Comedian
Eubie Blake – Musician, Composer
William Blake – Artist
Brenda Blethyn – Actress
Marc Blitzstein – Composer, Dramatist
Baroness Karen Blixen – Author
Rosa Bonheur – French Painter and Sculptor
Pierre Bonnard – Artist
William Edgar Borah – Politician
Lara Flynn Boyle – Actress
Georges Brassens – Singer
Alison Brie – Actress
Joe Bob Briggs aka John Bloom – Author, Movie Critic
Raymond Briggs – Children’s Book Author
Poppy Z. Brite – Author
Anne Bronte – Author
Louise Brooks – Actress
Helen Gurley Brown – Feminist, Editor
Reno Browne – Actress, Equestrian
Delta Burke – Actress
Kathy Burke - Actress, Comedian
James Buchanan – 15th U.S. President
Pat Buchanan – Politician, Presidential Candidate
James Burke – Creator of the PBS Series “Connections”, Scientific American columnist
Raymond Burr – Actor
Caryl Lee Burroughs – Hollywood Animal Trainer
Leo Buscaglia – Author
Brett Butler – Actress, Comedian
Julia Cameron – Director
Phyllis Carlyle – Film Producer
Dora Carrington – Bloomsbury Artist
Laura Carroll – Author
Mary Casatt – Artist
Roger Casement – Irish Patriot
Nina Cassian – Poet
Barbara Castle – British Politician
Kim Cattrall – Actress
Mary Chapin Carpenter – Singer, Songwriter
Rosamond Halsey Carr – Founder of Rwanda’s Imbabazi Orphanage, Author, Fashion Designer
Richard Chamberlain – Actor
Coco Chanel – Fashion Designer (Contested: Following her elder sister’s suicide, she looked after her son)
Stockard Channing – Actress
RuPaul Andre Charles - Drag Performer, TV Personality
Judy Chicago – Artist
Margaret Cho – Comedian
Julia Child – Professional Chef, Cookbook Author
Helen Clark – New Zealand Prime Minister
Patricia Clarkson – Actress
Dorothy Clewes – Children’s Book Author
Imogene Coca – Actress
Claudette Colbert – Actress
Billy Collins – U.S. Poet Laureate
C. Collodi – Author
William Conrad – Actor
Frances Conroy – Actress
Storm Constantine – Fantasy Writer
Jill Ker Conway – Author, first woman President of Smith College
Anne Cool – Canadian Senator
Pat Coombs – Actress
Copernicus – Scientist
John Corbett – Actor
Joseph Cornell – Artist and Creator of the Cornell Box
Ann Coulter – Political Commentator
Alec Sadler Craig – Australian Politician, Philanthropist
Quentin Crisp – Author, Actor
Tim Curry – Actor
Charlotte Curtis – First woman on the masthead of The New York Times
Patrika Darbo – Actress
Simone de Beauvoir – Author
Mahmoud Darwish – Palestinian Poet
Leonardo Da Vinci – Artist
Gray Davis – Governor of California
Ellen Degeneres – Comedian
Jeffery Deaver – Author
Eugene Victor Debs – Activist
Bessie and Sadie Delaney – Authors
Dana Delany – Actress
Don DeLillo – Author
Del Rubio Triplets – Musical Group
Bo Derek – Actress
Rene Descartes – Philosopher
Portia De Rossi – Actress
Emily Dickinson – Poet
Benjamin Disraeli – Politician, Author
Steve Ditko – Cartoonist, co-creator of the Spider-Man Comics
Dorothea Dix – Educator, writer, philanthropist
Hannah Dobryn – Author
Tamara Dobson – Actress
Richard Donner – Film Director
Lauren Shuler Donner – Film Producer
Lizzie Douglas aka Memphis Minnie- Singer, Guitarist, Songwriter
Marjory Stoneman Douglas – Environmentalist, Founder of Friends of the Everglades
Maureen Dowd – Columnist, Pulitzer Prize winner
Sir George Downing – Founder of Downing College, Cambridge, England
Gabriel Dumont – Native American Tribal Leader
Lena Dunham - Actress, Director, Producer
Francis Drake – Explorer
Fran Drescher – Actress
Esther Dyson – Author, Internet Expert
Amelia Earhart – Aviator
Deborah Eisenberg – Author
Liubov Egorova – Dancer
Anita Ekberg – Actress
T.S. Eliot – Poet
Havelock Ellis – Psychologist, Author
Tracee Ellis Ross – Actress
Harlan Ellison – Author
Elizabeth I – Queen of England
Joan Elm – Canadian Politician, Community Activist
Bonnie Erbé – PBS Commentator and Columnist
Dame Edith Evans – British Film and Stage Actress
Linda Evans – Actress
Rupert Everett – Actor
Anne Ewers – CEO of the Utah Symphony & Opera
Jane Fallon – Author
Chow Yun-Fat – Actor
Barbara Feldon – Actress
Pamelyn Ferdin – Actress
Ralph Fiennes – Actor
Lynn Fontanne – Actress
Margot Fonteyn – British Ballerina
Juliana Rieser Force – Whitney Museum Director
Richard Ford – Author, Editor of Granta
Margaretta Forten – Abolitionist
Dian Fossey – Anthropologist
Janet Frame – Poet
Felix Frankfurter – Supreme Court Justice
Tanya Franks – Actress
William Frawley – Actor
Frank Frazetta – Artist
Alice Freeman – First woman to be President of a liberal arts college, (Wellesley), helped establish the University of Chicago.
Elsie Freund – Artist, Jewelry Designer
Louis Freund – Artist
Robert Fripp – Composer, Musician
Stephen Fry - Actor, Comedian
Eva Gabor – Actress
Magda Gabor – Actress
Maxwell Gage – Noted New Zealand Geologist
Diamanda Galas – Singer
Tess Gallagher – Author
Paul William Gallico – Author
Janeane Garofalo – Actress, Comedian
Greta Garbo – Actress
Ava Gardner – Actress
Henry Garfiled aka Henry Rollins - Musician (Black Flag, Rollins Band)
Greer Garson – Actress
Gloria Gaynor – Singer
Anthony Geary – Soap Opera Actor
Ricky Gervais – Comedian
William Schwenck Gilbert – Composer for Gilbert & Sullivan
Althea Gibson – Athlete
Dorothy Gish – Actress
Lillian Gish – Actress
Katharine Bruce Glasier – Author
Susan Glaspell – Playwright
Sharon Gless – Actress
Crispin Glover – Actor
Christoph Willibald Gluck – Composer
Paulette Goddard – Actress
Robert Hutchings Goddard – Physicist
Kurt Godel – Author
Alexander Godunov – Actor, Dancer
Stephen Goldin – Author
Emma Goldman – Activist, Feminist
Valeria Golino – Actress
Jan Goodwin – Author, Travel Writer
Edward Gorey – Artist
Lotte Goslar – Dancer
Lauren Graham - Actress (Contested - Her long-term partner has a child.)
Martha Graham – Choreographer
Cecil Green – Former CEO of Texas Instruments, Philanthropist
Johnny Green – Musician
Gael Greene – Food Critic, Author
Baroness Susan Greenfield – Director of the Royal Institution, Professor of Synaptic Pharmacology at Oxford University, Neurologist
John Robert Gregg – Inventor of the Gregg Shorthand Method, Publisher
Joyce Grenfell – British Actress
Nanci Griffith – Singer, Songwriter
Martha Griffiths – First Female Michigan Lieutenant Governor
Terry Gross – NPR Host
James Grout – Actor
Mabel Dole Haden – Former President of NABWA
Catherine Hakim – British Sociologist
Daryl Hall – Singer, Musician (Hall & Oates)
Jon Hamm - Actor
Celia Hammond – Former Model and Animal Activist
Lionel Hampton – Musician
Georg Friedrich Handel – Composer
Chelsea Handler - Comedian
Howard Harold Hanson – Pulitzer-Prize Winning Composer
Setsuko Hara – Japanese Actress
Warren Gamaliel Harding – 29th U.S. President
E Chambré Hardman – Photographer
Jean Harlow - Actress
Debbie Harry – Singer (Blondie)
Alex Heard – Author
Sir Edward Heath - Politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Susan Helms – Astronaut
Christina Hendricks - Actress, Model
Adrian Henri – Poet, Painter
Marguerite Henry – Children’s Book Author
Katherine Hepburn – Actress
Milton S. Hershey – Founder of the Hershey Chocolate Company
Lorena Hickok – AP Political Reporter
Taiko Hirabayashi – Author
Nicole Hollander – Cartoonist
Thelma Holt – Actress, Theatre Producer
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. – Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (USA)
Grace Murray Hopper – Computer Scientist
Rima Horton - Politician
Soad Hosni – Egyptian Actress
Lila Kedrova Howard – Actress
Mick Hucknall – Singer
Howard Hughes - American Business Magnate, Investor, Pilot, Engineer, Film Director, Philanthropist
Bonnie Hunt – Actress
Kristin Hunter – Children’s Book Author
Lauren Hutton – Actress, Model
Patricia Ireland – President of the National Organization for Women, NOW
George J. Irbe – Creator of the Great Lakes water temperature climatology
John A. “Jack” Jackson – Philanthropist, Oilman
Tove Jansson – Children’s Book Author
Randall Jarrell – Poet
Anna Jarvis – the “Founder of Mother’s Day”
Joan of Arc – Christian Saint
Jack Johnson – First African-American to win the heavyweight boxing championship of the world.
Margaret Johnston – Actress
Martin and Osa Johnson – Authors, Photographers, explorers, and naturalists.
Richard Mentor Johnson – U.S. Vice-President
Samuel Johnson – Author, Editor
William Hugh Johnston – Labor Leader
Carolyn Jones – Actress
Renee Jones – Actress
Spike Jonze – Film Director
Ashley Judd – Actress, Activist
Madeline Kahn – Actress
Immanuel Kant – Philosopher
Julie Kavner – Actress
Nikos Kazantzakis – Author
Odette Keene – Musician
Helen Keller – Author
Joyce Kennard – Judge
Joe Kernan – Politician
Maynard Keynes – Economist, Founder of the Vic-Wells Ballet, Financed the Arts Theatre in Cambridge, England
King Louis XVI – King of France
William Lyon MacKenzie King – Former Canadian Prime Minister
William Rufus King – U.S. Vice-President
Robert Kiyosaki – Author
Caroline Knapp – Author
Aleksandra Kollontai – Author
Dean Koontz – Author
Tadeusz Kościuszko – Polish Patriot
Jerzy Kosinski – Author
Jonathan Kozol – Author, Activist
Lee Krasner – Artist
Albert Kroc – Co-Developer of McDonald’s Fast Food Chain
Henry Richardson Labouisse – Diplomat, Former Head of UNICEF
Karl Lagerfeld - Fashion Designer
Princess Lakshmi – Indian Princess
Elsa Lanchester – Actress
Philip Larkin – Author, Poet
Charles Laughton – Actor, Director
Dan Lauria – Actor
Frank John Lausche – Politician
Tom Lehrer – Singer, Musician
Jay Leno – TV Host
Richard Lewis – Comedian
Lyn Lifshin – Poet
Queen Liliuokalani – Queen of Hawaii
Siân Lloyd – Weather Broadcaster
Carole Lombard – Actress
Jack Lord – Actor
Pauline Lord – Actress
Patty Loveless – Singer
Alfred Lunt – Actor
John Lyon – Philanthropist, Regarded as the Founder of The Great Public School Of Harrow
Rose McClendon – Actress
Robert McCormick – Former Owner of the Chicago Tribune
Mary Jackson McCrorey – Politician, Activist
Hattie McDaniel – Actress
Roddy McDowall – Actor, Photographer
Odd McIntyre – Newspaper Columnist
Ian McKellen – Actor
Kristy McNichol – Actress
Janet McTeer – Actress
Christine McVie – Singer, Songwriter (Fleetwood Mac)
Dora Maar – Photographer
René Magritte – Artist
Bill Maher – TV Personality
Katherine Mansfield – Author
Shirley Manson – Singer
Vito Anthony Marcantonio – Politician
Francesca Marciano – Actress
Miriam Margoyles – Actress
Mary Ellen Mark – Award-Winning Photographer
William III & Mary II of England – King & Queen of England, Ireland, and Scotland
Bobbie Ann Mason – Children’s Book Author
Mari Matsunaga – Creator of i-mode, Named One of the Top 25 Tech Women of the Web
Theresa May - Politician, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Giuseppe Mazzini – Italian Patriot
Fradique de Menezes – President of Sao Tome and Principe
Melina Mercouri – Greek Actress
Freddie Mercury – Musician
Angela Merkel – German Chancellor
George Michael – Musician
Oscar Micheaux – Film Director, Producer, Author
Edna St. Vincent Millay – Poet
Alley Mills – Actress
Brenda Milner – Renowned Professor of Neuro-Psychology: Mcgill’s Faculty Of Medicine And At The Montreal Neurological Institute
Kylie Minogue - Singer
Helen Mirren – Actress
Margaret Mitchell – Author
Eugenio Montale – Nobel Prize Winner, Poet, Author, Editor, Translator
Vicki Moore – Spanish Animal Rights Philanthropist
John Morgan – Founder of the University of Pennsylvania Medical School, and Medical Director of the Continental Army
Lady Morgan (Sydney Owenson) – Author
Morrissey – Musician
Rob Morse – Columnist (San Francisco Chronicle)
Marjorie “Mo” Mowlam – Britain’s Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
John Mulaney – Comedian
Annamarie Tendler Mulaney – Artist
Diana Muldaur – Actress
Megan Mullally - Actress
Ona Munson – Actress
Haruki Murakami – Author
Iris Murdoch – Author
Mikayil Mushfig – Poet
Modest Mussorgsky – Composer
Kanagarajah Muthiah – Tamil Activist
Ralph Nader – Activist
Taslima Nasrin – Author
Alla Nazimova – Actress
Noel Neill – Actress
Bebe Neuwirth – Actress
Sir Isaac Newton – Scientist
Stevie Nicks – Singer (Fleetwood Mac)
Friedrich Nietzsche – Philosopher
Florence Nightingale – Nurse
Ursula Nordstrom – Children’s Book Editor
Jessye Norman – Opera Singer
Kim Novak – Actress
Rudolph Nureyev – Dancer
Anita O’Day – Jazz Singer
Georgia O’Keeffe – Artist
Frederick D. O’Neal – Actor, Playwright
Joyce Carol Oates – Author
Nick Offerman - Actor
Sandra Oh - Actress
Claire Parker – Director, Animator
Dorothy Parker – Author
Suzanne-Lori Parks – Playwright
Rosa Parks – Activist
Dolly Parton – Singer, Actress
Julia Pascal – Playwright
Ann Patchett – Author
Alicia Patterson – Editor
Wolfgang Pauli – Physicist
Linus Pauling – Winner of Nobel Prizes in Chemistry and Peace
Sarah Paulson – Actress
Michelle Paver – Author
Anna Pavlova – Dancer
Molly Peacock – Poet, President Emerita of the Poetry Society of America
Minnie Pearl – Singer
Samuel Pepys – Author
Matthew Perry - Actor
Bernadette Peters – Actress
Jean Peters - Actress
Arthur Phillip – First British Administrator Sent to Australia
Wendell Phillips – Orator and Reformer
William Phillips – Co-founder and Editor of Partisan Review , Writer, Critic
Marge Piercy – Author, Poet
Plato – Philosopher
Martha Plimpton - Actress
Edgar Allan Poe – Author
Jackson Pollock – Artist
Katherine Ann Porter – Author
Parker Posey – Actress
Beatrix Potter – Children’s Book Author
Charles Edward Potter – Politician, Philanthropist, Administrator of the Cheboygan County Bureau of Social Aid
Joyce Purnick – Former New York Times Metro Editor, Journalist
Edna Purviance – Silent Movie Actress
Colin Quinn – Comedian
Robin Quivers – Radio Host
Raffi – Children’s Musician
Bonnie Raitt – Singer, Songwriter
Joey Ramone – Musician
Ayn Rand – Writer, Philosopher, Author
A. Philip Randolph – Politician
Jeanette Rankin – 1st Female US Representative
Man Ray – Artist
Rachel Ray – Celebrity Chef
Lou Reed – Singer, Musician
George Reeves – Actor
Frances Reid – Actress
Leni Riefenstahl – Filmmaker
Janet Reno – Former U.S. Attorney-General
Judith Resnick – Astronaut
Jennifer Rhodes – Actress
Condoleezza Rice – National Security Advisor
Cliff Richards – Musician
Miranda Richardson – Actress
Alan Rickman – Actor, Director
Elizabeth Riddell – Journalist
Sally Ride – First American Female Astronaut
Bridget Riley – Artist
John Ringling – Founder of Ringling Brothers Circus
Mary Roach - Author
Morgan Andrew Robertson – Author
Debbie Rochon – Actress
Norman Perceval Rockwell – Illustrator
Eric Rohmann – Author, Winner of the 2003 Caldecott Medal for Best Illustrated Children’s Book
Ginger Rogers – Actress
Richard Roeper – Film Reviewer, Chicago Sun-Times
Wilhelm Rontgen – Awarded the first Nobel Prize for Physics in 1901, discoverer of X-Rays
William Bruce Rose Jr. aka Axl Rose - Musician (Guns N' Roses)
Mickey Rourke – Actor, Boxer
Patricia Routledge – Actress
Joan Ruddock – Activist
John Ruskin – Author
Winona Ryder – Actress
Yves Saint-Laurent - Fashion Designer
Dr. Lee Salk – Child Psychologist
Renu Saluja – Indian Film Editor
Diana Sands – Actress
Aligi Sassu – Artist
John Sayles – Director
Jean-Paul Sartre – Existential Philosopher
Diane Sawyer – TV News Anchor
Rosika Schwimmer – Author, Activist
Ed and Thelma Schoenberger – Co-founders of the Indiana Flower & Patio Show
Ellen Browning Scripps – Newspaper Columnist, Philanthropist
Joel Schumacher – Film Director
Maurice Sendak – Children’s Book Author
George Bernard Shaw – Playwright
Lionel Shriver – Author
Sarah Silverman – Comedian, Actress
Michael Sinelnikoff – Actor
Siouxsie – Singer, Musician (Siouxsie and the Banshees)
Robert Smith – Singer, Musician (The Cure)
David Shogren – Bassist (Doobie Brothers)
Betty Smith – Author
Dodie Smith – Playwright, Author of The Hundred and One Dalmatians
Gladys Louise Smith aka Mary Pickford - Actress, Producer, Screenwriter, Businesswoman
Howard Worth Smith – Politician
Kate Smith – Singer
Lemony Snicket (Real Name: Daniel Handler) – Children’s Book Author
David Souter – Supreme Court Justice
Jill St. John – Actress
Mabel Stark – Female Tiger Trainer
Gertrude Stein – Author, Patron of the Arts
Victor Strauss – WWII Journalist
Gloria Steinem – Activist, Writer
Maria W. Stewart – Author, Activist
Lily Strickland – Composer, Writer, Artist
Patrick Swayze – Actor
Loretta Swit – Actress
Henrietta Szold – Holocaust Heroine
Wislawa Szymborska – Nobel Prize Winning Poet
Amy Tan - Writer, Author
Sara Teasdale – Poet
Toni Tennille – Singer (Captain and Tennille)
Princess María Teresa of Bourbon-Parma – French-Spanish Political Activist and Academic
Nikola Tesla – Scientist, Inventor
Theodora – Empress and wife of Justinian I
Susanna Thompson – Actress
Georgianne Thon – Actress
M. Carey Thomas – President of Bryn Mawr College
Willie Mae Thornton – Singer, Songwriter
Jennifer Tilly – Actress
Wendy Tokunaga – Author
Lily Tomlin – Actress, Playwright
Ann Turkel – Model
Randy Travis – Singer
Edward Tylor – Anthropologist
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Names "U - Z" will be in a comment below (the new additions put the list over the character limit).
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2020.05.23 19:10 synnrman Movie Dicks for May 26th, 2020: "BotBotW:BotG V1"

It's time for the:

BotBotW:BotG V1

Yes, it's the "Best of the Best of the Worst: Battle of the Genres: Volume 1" for Movie Dicks, picking out some of the most popular films that were watched in the past, but were done long enough ago that they may not have been seen by all our memebers. First, Space Jesus comes to Earth to fight "Great Evil," who turns out to be an inner city pimp. Next, Chuck Jeffreys and George Chung team up for a wunza of epic failure. Finally, God and Satan sit on a train and tell half-baked stories from uncompleted movies. Can the acronym for this night get even longer? It can, but that is a story for another day.
 
The show begins at 8:00 PM CT in the PreRec Twitch chat.
 
 

Synopses:

Alien Warrior (1986): An alien from another dimension lands on earth to fight the "Great Evil" that has been unleashed on it. Directed by Ed Hunt, starring Brett Baxter Clark, Pamela Saunders, Reggie De Morton and Nelson Datu Anderson.
 
Hawkeye (1988): Hawkeye's partner is killed when a Las Vegas drug investigation goes bad. He is then teamed with Charles, a smooth talking officer who clashes with his Texas cowboy ways. Together they hit the dingier backstreets of the city to find the murderers, even if they have to bend the rules. Directed by Leo Fong, starring George Chung, Chuck Jeffreys, Troy Donahue and Hidy Ochiai.
 
Night Train to Terror (1985): God and Satan are on a train discussing the fate of three individuals. The stories of the people in question are told in a trio of very strange vignettes. Directed by Jay Schlossberg-Cohen, starring Cameron Mitchell, Richard Moll, John Phillip Law and a bunch of people from half-finished movies.
 
  Last Time on Movie Dicks
 
Xtro 3: Watch the Skies (1995), DNA (1996), Robowar (1988)
 
Last Movie Dicks
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  75. Culture and Psychology,6th Edition: David Matsumoto & Linda Juang
  76. Our Global Environment: A Health Perspective,7th Edition:Anne Nadakavukaren
  77. Streetwise: Race, Class, and Change in an Urban Community,1st Edition:Elijah Anderson
  78. content details,:Signature Kisses
  79. Code of the Street: Decency, Violence, and the Moral Life of the Inner City,:Elijah Anderson
  80. Storytelling with Data: A Data Visualization Guide for Business Professionals,1st Edition:Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic
  81. Introduction to Human Disease: Pathophysiology for Health Professionals,6th Edition:Agnes G. Loeffler
  82. Lighting for Cinematography,1st Edition:David Landau
  83. Bureaucracy and Democracy: Accountability and Performance,4th Edition:Steven J. Balla; William T. Gormley, Jr.
  84. CPNE Study Guide: Pass Your First Time Study Guide Edition,:Sheri Taylor
  85. Care Plan Study Guide: How to Write Passing Care Plans for the CPNE Study Guide Edition:Sheri Taylor
  86. NYSTCE Secondary Assessment of Teaching Skills-Written Practice Questions:NYSTCE Exam Secrets Test Prep Team
  87. CNOR Exam Practice Questions,1st Edition:CNOR Exam Secrets Test Prep Staff
  88. The Nurse, the Math, the Meds: Drug Calculations Using Dimensional Analysis,3rd Edition:oyce Mulholland, Susan Turner
  89. Understanding Business Valuation: A Practical Guide to Valuing Small to Medium-Sized Businesses, 2nd Edition: Gary R. Trugman
  90. Beyond Candlesticks: New Japanese Charting Techniques Revealed,:Steve Nison
  91. How to Trade In Stocks,1st Edition:Jesse Livermore
  92. Market Wizards: Interviews with Top Traders,: Jack D. Schwager & Bruce Kovner
  93. Hire With Your Head: Using Performance-Based Hiring to Build Great Teams,3rd Edition:Lou Adler
  94. Alcohol and Drug Counselor Exam Practice Questions,1st Edition:ADC Exam Secrets Test Prep Staff
  95. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Enterprise Edition – Financial Management,3rd Edition:Mohamed Aamer Ala El Din
  96. A Brief History Of Modern India,:Rajiv Ahir
  97. Alcohol and Drug Counselor Exam Secrets Study Guide: ADC Test Review for the International Examination for Alcohol & Drug Counselors,:ADC Exam Secrets Test Prep Team
  98. CNOR Q & A: Boost Your Confidence: 200 Questions, Complete Rationale, Test-Taking Strategies,:Jennifer Vieau
  99. Indian Art and Culture,2nd Edition:Nitin Singhania
  100. Practical Psychic Self-Defense for Home and Office,:Master Choa Kok Sui
  101. From Surviving to Thriving: A Woman's Guide to Success and Self-Leadership in the Workplace,:Sarah Cordner
  102. Human Geography: Landscapes of Human Activities, 12th Edition: Mark Bjelland &‎ Daniel R. Montello &‎ Jerome D Fellmann & Arthur Getis & Judith Getis
  103. Pharmacology,3rd Edition:Michael P. Adams
  104. CompTIA A+ 220-901 and 220-902 Practice Questions Exam Cram, 1st Edition:David L. Prowse
  105. Out on the Wire: The Storytelling Secrets of the New Masters of Radio,:Jessica Abel
  106. The Atmosphere: An Introduction to Meteorology,14th Edition: Frederick K. Lutgens & Edward J. Tarbuck & Dennis G. Tasa
  107. Interpreting and Analyzing Financial Statements, (6th Edition): Karen P. Schoenebeck & Mark P. Holtzman
  108. Theatre: A Way of Seeing,7th Edition:Milly S. Barranger
  109. Calculating Dosage Safely: A Dimensional Anaylysis Approach Revised Reprint:Tracy Horntvedt
  110. Field Guide to Bitters & Amari: 500 Bitters; 50 Amari; 123 Recipes for Cocktails, Food & Homemade Bitters:Mark Bitterman
  111. PHP and MySQL in easy steps,:Mike McGrath
  112. Essentials of Cultural Anthropology: A Toolkit for a Global Age,2nd Edition:Kenneth J. Guest
  113. North Korea and Nuclear Weapons,: Sung Chull Kim & Michael D. Cohen
  114. Earth Science (15th Edition): Edward J. Tarbuck & ‎ Frederick K. Lutgens & ‎ Dennis G. Tasa
  115. Polymer Science and Technology,3rd Edition:Joel R. Fried
  116. Gardner's Art through the Ages: A Global History, Volume II,15th Edition:Fred S. Kleiner
  117. Business Statistics,2nd Edition:Robert A. Donnelly Jr
  118. Biology: The Core (2nd Edition):Eric J. Simon
  119. COMM,5th Edition:Deanna D. Sellnow
  120. Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetic Ingredients,1st Edition:Leslie S. Baumann
  121. Educating Nurses: A Call for Radical Transformation,1st Edition: Patricia Benner & Molly Sutphen & Victoria Leonard & Lisa Day & Lee S. Shulman
  122. Strengths Based Leadership: Great Leaders, Teams, and Why People Follow: Tom Rath & Barry Conchie 2219. Magic of the Northgate:Josephine McCarthy
  123. The Smart but Scattered Guide to Success,: Peg Dawson & ‎ Richard Guare
  124. The Skin Type Solution:Leslie Baumann
  125. Trading in the Zone:Mark Douglas
  126. High Output Management:Andrew S. Grove
  127. How to Make Money in Stocks: A Winning System in Good Times and Bad,4th Edition:William J. O'Neil
  128. PTCB Exam Study Guide 2017-2018: Test Prep and Practice Test Questions for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board Examination:Ascencia Test Prep
  129. Fundamentals of Corporate Finance,3rd Edition: Robert Parrino & David S. Kidwell & Thomas Bates
  130. Physical Rehabilitation, 6th Edition: Susan B. O'Sullivan & Thomas J. Schmitz T & George Fulk
  131. YinSights: A Journey into the Philosophy & Practice of Yin Yoga:Bernie Clark
  132. The Scribbler's Guide to the Land of Myth: Mythic Motifs for Storytellers:Sarah Beach
  133. SAP Purchasing and Procurement with SAP MM (Materials Management): Business User Guide (2nd Edition): Matt Chudy & Luis Castedo
  134. Jazz:Toni Morrison
  135. C# Design Pattern Essentials:Tony Bevis
  136. Tremontaine: The Complete Season 2: Ellen Kushner & Tessa Gratton &‎ Mary Anne Mohanraj & Joel Derfner
  137. ReMade: The Complete Season 1 : Matthew Cody & Kiersten White
  138. Whitehall - Season One Volume One: Liz Duffy Adams &‎ Delia Sherman &‎ Barbara Samuel
  139. Whitehall - Season One Volume Two: Liz Duffy Adams &‎ Delia Sherman &‎ Barbara Samuel
  140. India 2018:New Media Wing
  141. PFIN (with PFIN Online, 1 term (6 months) Printed Access Card) (New, Engaging Titles from 4LTR Press), 6th Edition: Randall Billingsley & Lawrence J. Gitman &‎ Michael D. Joehnk
  142. SALES FORCE MANAGEMENT 1E by GREGORY RICH,1st Edition:GREGORY RICH
  143. Psychosocial Aspects of Healthcare,3rd Edition:Meredith E. Drench
  144. An Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: Skills and Applications,3rd Edition: Helen Kennerley & Joan Kirk & David Westbrook
  145. Integrated Advertising, Promotion, and Marketing Communications (7th Edition): Kenneth E. Clow & Donald E. Baack
  146. Microbiology, 2nd Edition:Dave Wessner
  147. Essentials of World Regional Geography,3rd Edition: George White &‎ Joseph Dymond & Elizabeth Chacko &‎ Justin Scheidt & Michael Bradshaw
  148. Biology: Concepts and Investigations,4th Edition:Mariëlle Hoefnagels
  149. Give Me Liberty!: An American History (Fifth Full Edition) (Vol. 2) Fifth Full Edition:Eric Foner
  150. Introducing Philosophy: A Text with Integrated Readings,11th Edition:Robert C. Solomon
  151. The Organ Donor Experience: Katrina A. Bramstedt
  152. Learning Web Design,4th Edition:Jennifer Niederst Robbins
  153. Pura vida: Beginning Spanish,1st Edition: Norma Lopez-Burton & Laura Marques Pasqual & Cristina Pardo Ballester
  154. Who Needs Theology?: An Invitation to the Study of God,: Stanley J. Grenz &‎ Roger E. Olson
  155. Evolution, Fourth Edition: Douglas J. Futuyma & ‎ Mark Kirkpatrick
  156. MCAT Physics and Math Review 2018-2019: Online + Book (Kaplan Test Prep):Kaplan Test Prep
  157. MCAT Biochemistry Review 2018-2019: Online + Book (Kaplan Test Prep):Kaplan Test Prep
  158. MCAT Organic Chemistry Review 2018-2019: Online + Book (Kaplan Test Prep):Kaplan Test Prep
  159. MCAT General Chemistry Review 2018-2019: Online + Book (Kaplan Test Prep):Kaplan Test Prep
  160. Philosophy Within Its Proper Bounds:Edouard Machery
  161. Kotlin Android Studio 3.0 Development Essentials - Android 8 Edition:Neil Smyth
  162. The Social Work Practicum,7th Edition:Cynthia Garthwait
  163. Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life, 1st Edition: Robert N. Bellah &‎ Richard Madsen & William M. Sullivan &‎ Ann Swidler &‎ Steven M. Tipton
  164. Corruption in America: From Benjamin Franklin's Snuff Box to Citizens United:Zephyr Teachout
  165. OAT 2017-2018 Strategies, Practice & Review with 2 Practice Tests: Online + Book (Kaplan Test Prep) :Kaplan Test Prep
  166. MCAT Behavioral Sciences Review 2018-2019: Online + Book (Kaplan Test Prep):Kaplan Test Prep
  167. Secrets of the PTCB Exam Study Guide,1st Edition:PTCB Exam Secrets Test Prep Staff
  168. PTCB Exam Simplified, 3rd Edition: Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam Study Guide, 3rd Edition:David Heckman
  169. Essentials of Sports Nutrition and Supplements: Antonio, J. & Kalman, D. & Stout J.R. & Greenwood M.&, Willoughby, D.S.&, Haff,
  170. SOC,5th Edition:Nijole V. Benokraitis
  171. Exploring Biology in the Laboratory,2nd Edition: Murray P. Pendarvis &‎ John L. Crawley
  172. Society: The Basics (13th Edition):John J. Macionis
  173. Biology: How Life Works - Standalone book,2nd Edition: James Morris ,‎ Daniel Hartl ,‎ Andrew Knoll ,‎ Robert Lue ,‎ Melissa Michael ,‎ Andrew Berry ,‎ Andrew Biewener ,‎ Brian Farrell
  174. Criminal Justice Today: An Introductory Text for the 21st Century,14th Edition:Frank Schmalleger
  175. Don't Panic: A Legal Guide (in plain english) for Small Businesses & Creative Professionals ,2nd Edition: Art Neill & Teri Karobonik
  176. Juki Girls, Good Girls:Caitrin Lynch
  177. Making America: A History of the United States, Volume II: Since 1865,7th Edition:Carol Berkin
  178. Nurse Anesthesia - E-Book, 6th Edition: John J. Nagelhout
  179. CompTIA A+ 220-901 and 220-902 Cert Guide, Academic Edition,1st Edition: Mark Edward Soper
  180. Essentials of Geology (Fifth Edition):Stephen Marshak
  181. BUSN (with BUSN Online, 1 term (6 months) Printed Access Card) (New, Engaging Titles from 4LTR Press), 10th Edition: Marcella Kelly & ‎ Chuck Williams
  182. CIMA Complete Text - F2 Advanced Financial Reporting,:Kaplan Publishing's Content Team
  183. MCAT Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills Review 2018-2019,4th Edition:Kaplan Test Prep
  184. The Cosmic Perspective Fundamentals (2nd Edition): Jeffrey O. Bennett &‎ Megan O. Donahue &‎ Nicholas Schneider &‎ Mark Voit
  185. Environmental, Safety, and Health Engineering, 1st Edition: Gayle Woodside &‎ Dianna Kocurek
  186. Crushing It!: How Great Entrepreneurs Build Their Business and Influence-and How You Can:Gary Vaynerchuk
  187. Understanding Human Development (3rd Edition): Wendy L. Dunn & Grace J. Craig
  188. Psychopharmacology: Drugs, the Brain, and Behavior, 2nd Edition Jerrold S. Meyer &‎ Linda F. Quenzer
  189. Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change,7th Edition: Martin Silberberg Dr. & ‎ Patricia Amateis Professor
  190. Managerial Accounting (5th Edition): Karen W. Braun & Wendy M. Tietz
  191. Technology Strategy for Managers and Entrepreneurs,:Scott A. Shane
  192. MCAT Biology Review 2018-2019: Online + Book (Kaplan Test Prep):Kaplan Test Prep
  193. Comparative Animal Nutrition and Metabolism: Peter Robert Cheeke; & Ellen S Dierenfeld
  194. Foundations of Maternal-Newborn & Women's Health Nursing,7th Edition
  195. Conducting Health Outcomes Research,1st Edition:Robert L. Kane
  196. Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach (7th Edition): James Kurose & Keith Ross
  197. Medical-Surgical Nursing: Clinical Reasoning in Patient Care (6th Edition): Priscilla T LeMone & ‎ Karen M. Burke &‎ Gerene Bauldoff &‎ Paula Gubrud
  198. Criminal Procedure: From the Courtroom to the Street:Roger Wright
  199. Starting Out with Java: Early Objects (5th Edition):Tony Gaddis
  200. The Art of Theatre: Then and Now,4th Edition:William Missouri Downs
  201. The WPA Guide to Kentucky: The Bluegrass State: Federal Writers' Project
  202. Kentucky Place Names:Robert M. Rennick
  203. Launching the Imagination, 5th Edition:Mary Stewart
  204. Leadership for a Better World: Understanding the Social Change Model of Leadership Development,2nd Edition: Susan R. Komives & Wendy Wagner
  205. Lehne's Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice Providers, 1st Edition: Laura Rosenthal & Jacqueline Burchum
  206. Cultural Anthropology: A Toolkit for a Global Age,2nd Edition:Kenneth J. Guest
  207. Public Health Nursing: Population-Centered Health Care in the Community,9th Edition: Marcia Stanhope & Jeanette Lancaster
  208. Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision-Making,4th Canadian Edition: Jerry J. Weygandt;,& Paul D. Kimmel & Donald E. Kieso & Ibrahim M. Aly
  209. Manual of Critical Care Nursing: Nursing Interventions and Collaborative Management,7th Edition:Marianne Baird
  210. Mechanics of Materials, SI Edition,9th Edition: Barry J. Goodno &‎ James M. Gere
  211. Media Effects,1st Edition:W. James Potter
  212. Mergers, Acquisitions, and Other Restructuring Activities,9th Edition : Donald DePamphilis
  213. Marketing Plan Handbook,5th Edition:Marian Burk Wood
  214. Microsoft Visual C#: An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming,7th Edition:Joyce Farrell
  215. Computer Organization and Architecture,10th Edition:William Stallings
  216. Principles of Marketing (16th Edition): Philip T. Kotler & Gary Armstrong
  217. Principles of Marketing (15th Edition): Philip T. Kotler & ‎ Gary Armstrong
  218. The Psychology of Advertising,2nd Edition: Bob M Fennis & Wolfgang Stroebe
  219. Interpersonal Communication: Relating to Others (8th Edition) : Steven A. Beebe & Susan J. Beebe & Mark V. Redmond
  220. Fitness and Wellness,12th Edition: Wener W.K. Hoeger & Sharon A. Hoeger
  221. Producer to Producer: A Step-by-Step Guide to Low-Budget Independent Film Producing, 2nd Edition: Maureen Ryan
  222. Drugs in American Society, 9th Edition:Erich Goode
  223. Essentials of the U.S. Health Care System,4th Edition:Leiyu Shi & Douglas A. Singh
  224. Selling Today: Partnering to Create Value (14th Edition): Gerald L. Manning & Michael Ahearne & Barry L. Reece
  225. Calculation of Drug Dosages: A Work Text,10th Edition: Sheila Ogden & Linda Fluharty
  226. Drugs, Alcohol, and Social Problems,: Orcutt, James D. & Rudy, David R.
  227. Short Guide to Action Research, A, 4th Edition:Andrew P. Johnson
  228. Psychiatric Nursing: Contemporary Practice,6th Edition: Mary Ann Boyd
  229. Internet and World Wide Web How To Program,5th Edition:(Harvey & Paul) Deitel & Associates
  230. Introduction to Psychology,11th Edition:James W. Kalat
  231. Spreadsheet Modeling & Decision Analysis: A Practical Introduction to Business Analytics,8th Edition:Cliff Ragsdale
  232. Globalization and Diversity: Geography of a Changing World (5th Edition): Lester Rowntree & Martin Lewis & Marie Price & William Wyckoff
  233. Vector Calculus,4th Edition:Susan J. Colley
  234. Personal Finance: Turning Money into Wealth (7th Edition): J. Keown
  235. Human Sexuality: Self, Society, and Culture,1st Edition:Gilbert Herdt & Nicole Polen-Petit
  236. Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty,: Daron Acemoglu & James Robinson
  237. Foodservice Organizations: A Managerial and Systems Approach (9th Edition):Mary Gregoire
  238. CIMA Complete Text - Management Case Study Kindle, Edition:Kaplan Publishing's Content Team
  239. CIMA Complete Text - P2 Advanced Management Accounting, Kindle Edition:Kaplan Publishing's Content Team
  240. CIMA F2 Advanced Financial Reporting Study Text,Kindle Edition:Astranti
  241. CIMA Complete Text - E2 Project and Relationship Management, Kindle Edition:Kaplan Publishing's Content Team
  242. Conducting Health Outcomes Research, 1st Edition: Robert L. Kane & David M. Radosevich
  243. Brunner & Suddarth's Canadian Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing,3rd Edition: Pauline Paul & Rene Day & Beverly Williams
  244. Ideals and Ideologies: A Reader, 10th Edition: Terence Ball & Richard Dagger & Daniel I. O'Neill
  245. Political Ideologies and the Democratic Ideal,10th Edition: Terence Ball & Richard Dagger
  246. Two Truths and a Lie:Scott Turner Schofield
  247. Lead Generation Secrets: Your 25 Leads Per Day Blueprint,:Marquel Russell
  248. Theatrical Design and Production: An Introduction to Scene Design and Construction, Lighting, Sound, Costume, and Makeup, 7th Edition: J. Michael Gillette
  249. Contemporary Leadership in Sport Organizations,1st Edition:Scott, David
  250. Strategic Management of Technological Innovation,5th Edition:Melissa Schilling
  251. Health Promotion Throughout the Lifespan,8th Edition:Carole Edelman & Elizabeth Kudzma & Carol Mandle
  252. Introduction to Programming in Python: An Interdisciplinary Approach, 1st Edition Robert Sedgewick & Kevin Wayne & Robert Dondero
  253. Intermediate Accounting, Volume 1, Canadian Edition,11th Edition:Donald E. Kieso; Jerry J. Weygandt; Terry D. Warfield; Nicola M. Young; Irene M. Wiece
  254. Taxes & Business Strategy A Planning Approach (5th Edition): Myron S. Scholes & Mark A. Wolfson & Merle M. Erickson & Michelle L. Hanlon & Edward L. Maydew & Terrence J. Shevlin
  255. Exploring Strategic Change (4th Edition): Julia Balogun & Veronica Hope Hailey
  256. Fear of Knowledge: Against Relativism and Constructivism: Paul Boghossian
  257. Introducing Quantum Theory: A Graphic Guide,: J.P. McEvoy
  258. Federal Taxation: Comprehensive Topics (2018):Ephraim P. Smith & Philip J. Harmelink & James R. Hasselback
  259. Essentials of Human Development: A Life-Span View,2nd Edition: Robert V. Kail & John C. Cavanaugh
  260. Worlds of Difference: Inequality in the Aging Experience, 3rd Edition: Eleanor Palo Stoller & Rose Campbell Gibson
  261. Introduction to Solid Modeling Using SolidWorks 2017,13th Edition: William E. Howard & Joseph Musto
  262. Managing & Using Information Systems: A Strategic Approach,6th Edition:Keri E. Pearlson & Carol S. Saunders & Dennis Galletta
  263. Behavior Modification: Principles and Procedures,6th Edition:Raymond G. Miltenberger
  264. Give Me Liberty!: An American History (Brief Fifth Edition) (Vol. 1),5th Edition:Eric Foner
  265. Music in Childhood Enhanced: From Preschool through the Elementary Grades, Spiral bound Version,4th Edition:Patricia Shehan Campbell
  266. Communication in Nursing, 8th Edition:Julia Balzer Riley
  267. The Methuen Drama Anthology of Modern Asian Plays,1st Edition: Kevin J. Wetmore Jr. & Siyuan Liu
  268. Modern Asian Theatre and Performance 1900-2000,1st Edition: Kevin J. Wetmore Jr. & Siyuan Liu
  269. Financial and Managerial Accounting, 7th Edition: John J Wild & Ken W. Shaw & Barbara Chiappetta
  270. The Flat World and Education: How America's Commitment to Equity Will Determine Our Future,1st Edition:Linda Darling-Hammond
  271. Campbell's Physical Therapy for Children, 5th Edition: Robert J. Palisano & Margo Orlin & Joseph Schreiber
  272. The Million Dollar Listing Social Media:Sebastian Acosta
  273. Introduction to Modern Optics,2ndEdition:Grant R. Fowles
  274. Fundamentals of Optics, 4th Edition: Francis Arthur Jenkins & Harvey Elliott White
  275. Goodbye, Columbus : And Five Short Stories:Philip Roth
  276. Research Methods in the Social Sciences,8th Edition: Chava Frankfort-Nachmias & David Nachmias
  277. Public Relations Writing: Strategies & Structures,11th Edition: Doug Newsom & Jim Haynes
  278. International Business: The Challenges of Globalization (8th Edition): John J. Wild & Kenneth L. Wild
  279. Simply Keto: A Practical Approach to Health & Weight Loss:Suzanne Ryan
  280. The Politics of the Presidency,9th Edition: Joseph A. Pika & John Anthony Maltese & Andrew Rudalevige
  281. The Contemporary Congress,7th Edition: Burdett A. Loomis & Wendy J. Schiller
  282. Discrete Mathematics,8th Edition:Richard Johnsonbaugh
  283. Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology,7th Edition:Frederic H. Martini
  284. Differential Equations: Computing and Modeling (5th Edition): C. Henry Edwards & David E. Penney & David Calvis
  285. Introduction to Physical Anthropology,15th Edition: Robert Jurmain & Lynn Kilgore & Wenda Trevathan & Russell L. Ciochon & Eric Bartelink
  286. Essential Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 2nd Edition:James Stewart
  287. Fundamentals of Logic Design,7th Edition: Jr. Charles H. Roth & Larry L Kinney
  288. Earth: Portrait of a Planet (Fifth Edition):Stephen Marshak
  289. Visualizing Microbiology,1st Edition: Rodney P. Anderson & Linda Young
  290. Instructional Strategies for Students With Mild, Moderate, and Severe Intellectual Disability,1st Edition: Richard M. Gargiulo & Emily C. Bouck
  291. Contemporary Employment Law,3rd Edition:C. Kerry Fields & Henry R. Cheeseman
  292. Excursions in Modern Mathematics,9th Edition:Peter Tannenbaum
  293. Integrated Principles of Zoology,17th Edition:Cleveland Hickman, Jr.
  294. Human Microscopic Anatomy: An Atlas for Students of Medicine and Biology:Radivoj V. Krstic
  295. Sociology,16th Edition:John J. Macionis
  296. The Complete Guide to Facebook Advertising:Brian Meert & Anne Felicitas
  297. Lead Generation Secrets: Craigslist Advertising Secrets:Marquel Russell
  298. Culture and Practical Reason,:Marshall Sahlins
  299. Making Sense of Reality: Culture and Perception in Everyday Life,1st Edition:Tia DeNora
  300. Family Nurse Practitioner Certification Intensive Review, 3rd Edition:Maria T. Codina Leik
  301. Data Mining for Business Analytics: Concepts, Techniques, and Applications in R, 1st Edition: Galit Shmueli & Peter C. Bruce & Inbal Yahav & Nitin R. Patel &, Kenneth C. Lichtendahl Jr.
  302. The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement,30th Edition:Eliyahu M. Goldratt
  303. Intermediate Accounting, Volume 2, Canadian Edition,11th Edition:Donald E. Kieso; Jerry J. Weygandt; Terry D. Warfield; Nicola M. Young; Irene M. Wiecek; Bruce J. Mc
  304. Bright Futures: Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children, and Adolescents, 4th Edition: American Academy of Pediatrics & Joseph F. Hagan & Judith S. Shaw & Paula M. Duncan
  305. Essentials of Statistics for The Behavioral Sciences (MindTap Course List), 9th Edition:Frederick J Gravetter & Larry B. Wallnau & Lori-Ann B. Forzano
  306. Maternity and Women's Health Care, 11th Edition:Deitra Lowdermilk
  307. Investing in People: Financial Impact of Human Resource Initiatives (2nd Edition):Wayne Cascio & John Boudreau
  308. They Say/I Say: The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing, with 2016 MLA Update and Readings,3rd Edition: Gerald Graff & Cathy Birkenstein
  309. Sell Real Estate Using Facebook Ads [Success Secrets]:Cress Terrell
  310. Clinically Oriented Anatomy,8th Edition: Keith L. Moore & Arthur F. Dalley & Anne M. R. Agur
  311. Looking at Movies (Fifth Edition): Richard Barsam & Dave Monahan
  312. Out of the Box Owl: Not Your Basic Pitch Marketing!:Mary Shannon Moore
  313. Microbiology Fundamentals: A Clinical Approach,2nd Edition:Marjorie Kelly Cowan
  314. Pharmacology: An Introduction, 7th Edition: Henry Hitner & Barbara T Nagle
  315. Effective Practices in Early Childhood Education, 3rd Edition:Sue Bredekamp
  316. Earth Science: The Earth, The Atmosphere, and Space, 1st Edition:Stephen Marshak & Robert Rauber
  317. Teaching Science Through Inquiry-Based Instruction,13th Edition: Terry L. Contant & Joel L Bass &‎ Anne A Tweed & ‎ Arthur A. Carin
  318. MOS 2016 Study Guide for Microsoft Excel Expert,1st Edition:Paul McFedries
  319. MOS 2016 Study Guide for Microsoft Word Expert,1st Edition:John Pierce
  320. Scope of Practice:National League for Nursing

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  1. Programming Massively Parallel Processors: A Hands-on Approach, 2nd Edition: David B. Kirk & Wen-mei W. Hwu
  2. The Environmental Case Translating Values Into Policy, 4th Edition: Judith A. Layzer
  3. Organic Chemistry: Principles and Mechanisms, 2nd Edition: Joel Karty
  4. Excursions in World Music, 7th Edition: Bruno Nettl & Timothy Rommen
  5. Data Modeling and Database Design, 2nd Edition: Narayan S. Umanath & Richard W. Scamell
  6. Ethics and Professional Responsibility for Paralegals, 8th Edition: Therese A. Cannon
  7. Conducting Research in Psychology Measuring the Weight of Smoke, 5th Edition: Brett W. Pelham &, Hart C. Blanton
  8. Understanding and Managing Diversity: Readings, Cases, and Exercises, 6th Edition: Carol Harvey & M. June Allard
  9. Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics: An Applied Introduction, 5th Edition: Ralph P. Grimaldi
  10. Writing about Writing, 3rd Edition : Elizabeth Wardle & Douglas Downs
  11. Services Marketing:People, Technology, Strategy, 8th Edition: Jochen Wirtz & Christopher Lovelock
  12. The Doctor of Nursing Practice Essentials, 3rd Edition: Mary Zaccagnini & Kathryn White
  13. Essentials of Contemporary Management, 8th Edition: Gareth Jones
  14. Fundamentals of Investments Valuation and Management, 8th Edition: Bradford Jordan &, Thomas Miller & Steve Dolvin
  15. Schaechter's Mechanisms of Microbial Disease, 5th North American Edition: N. Cary Engleberg & Terence Dermody & Victor DiRita
  16. Social Psychology, 9th Edition: Saul Kassin & Steven Fein & Hazel Rose Markus
  17. Intelligence: From Secrets to Policy, 7th Edition: Mark M. Lowenthal
  18. Fitness and Health, 7th Edition: Brian J. Sharkey & Steven Gaskill
  19. How to Write an Autobiographical Novel: Essays, 1st Edition: Alexander Chee
  20. The Politics of Injustice: Crime and Punishment in America, 2nd Edition: Katherine Beckett & Theodore Sasson
  21. Media and Crime (Key Approaches to Criminology), 3rd Edition: Yvonne Jewkes
  22. Social Marketing: Changing Behaviors for Good, 5th Edition: Nancy R. Lee & Philip Kotler
  23. Successful Project Management, 7th Edition: Jack Gido & Jim Clements & Rose Baker
  24. Shelly Cashman Series Microsoft Windows 10: Intermediate, 1st Edition: Steven M. Freund & Eric Schmieder
  25. Hamric and Hanson's Advanced Practice Nursing An Integrative Approach, 6th Edition,: Mary Fran Tracy & Eileen T. O'Grady
  26. The Basics of Social Research, 7th Edition: Earl R. Babbie
  27. Framework for Marketing Management, 6th Edition: Philip T. Kotler &, Kevin Lane Keller
  28. Bank Management, 8th Edition: Timothy W. Koch & S. Scott MacDonald
  29. The Female Offender: Girls, Women, and Crime, 3rd Edition: Meda Chesney-Lind & Lisa J. Pasko
  30. The Criminalization of Mental Illness: Crisis and Opportunity for the Justice System, 2nd Edition: Risdon N. Slate & Jacqueline K. Buffington-Vollum & W. Wesley Johnson
  31. Precalculus: Concepts Through Functions, A Right Triangle Approach to Trigonometry, 3rd Edition: Michael Sullivan & , Michael Sullivan III
  32. Linear Algebra (Cambridge Mathematical Textbooks), 1st Edition: Elizabeth S. Meckes & Mark W. Meckes
  33. Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, 3rd Edition: Gregory J. Privitera
  34. Sensation & Perception, 5th Edition: Jeremy M. Wolfe & Keith R. Kluender &, Dennis M. Levi & Linda M. Bartoshuk & Rachel S. Herz & Roberta L. Klatzky & Daniel M. Merfeld
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2020.03.09 00:20 teutonic /R/NFL_DRAFT MOCK-OFFSEASON RESULTS

Hello,
I was the GM for the "mockseason" run over the past two weeks over at the /NFL_Draft subreddit. Had a lot of fun and had a great group of guys helping me out. Really happy with how it turned out, I think we hit our goals pretty well.

Intro

Going into this I had a few main priorities:
  1. Protect Sam Darnold. By just about any metric used the Jets had a terrible offensive line last year. The Jets were forced to bring extra players to block and even then that didn't work. I was a big fan of the way the Bills built their OL last year, bringing in a bunch of depth pieces/low end starters on short term deals and let them fight for spots while gradually bringing in long term assets. When you've got 5 holes you can't fill all of them in one year, but I think we made progress.
  2. Acquire EDGE talent for this first time since Abraham left. Self explanatory I think, this team's best edge talent of the 2010s was probably Jordan Jenkins or Calvin Pace and neither of them were pass-rushing edge talents.
  3. Try and work around the mistakes of Mike Maccagnan; last offseason I was one of the people who was in favour of giving Macc another shot and thought most of the blame was with Todd Bowles. Macc took that faith that myself, many fans and ownership invested in him and proceeded to have (imo) his worst offseason. He blew out the market on a RB, had players back out of deals, and entered FA with his top 3 needs being CB, EDGE and C... and then left FA with his top3 needs being CB, EDGE, C.
  4. Acquire players who have multiple years of control to allow flexible team building in future years. When looking at trades I like to try and look beyond just the upcoming year and see how the team shakes out in following years. Having the ability to have a player on essentially team options allows us to cut under performing players with no dead cap, or to keep cheap players on good deals.

Cuts

Player Position Savings Dead Cap
Trumaine Johnson CB 3M 12M
Darryl Roberts CB 6M n/a
Brian Winters OG 7.28M n/a
Josh Bellamy WST 2.25M n/a
Blake Countess CB 1.2M 0.06M
First stage of the offseason was cutting players from the roster. I think Trumaine Johnson is in an interesting situation where his roster spot is actually probably worth 3M, but if we were to not cut him this year and instead cut him next then we would just eat the 8M deadcap charge next season instead. Since I don't think the Jets are set to compete in 2020 I prefer to eat the cap hit this year and then go all in. Bellamy was a huge disappointment last year offering nothing on offense and outplayed on special teams. Roberts was an okay contract only costing us 4.5M in cap last year, but the problem was that he was the only solution to the CB problem. I wouldn't be surprised to see the team keep or restructure Winters' deal, but with the trades that I made we were free to cut him and clean up his cap space.

Trades

Number Trade Partner Giving Gaining Cap Change
1 Jaguars Avery Williamson (LB) , 3.68, 6.211 AJ Cann (IOL), 3.73, 6.189 +2M dead cap, +1.825M cap space
2 Raiders 4.117 + 2021 Giants 5th Gabe Jackson (IOL) + 2021 7 -9.6M cap space
3 Cardinals 5.158 Hakeem Butler (WR) -0.51M cap space
4 Jaguars 2.48 Yannick Ngakoue (EDGE) -19.6M cap space
5 Cardinals 3.73, 3.79 3.83, 3.95, 4.121, 5.158 n/a
We ended up making a total of 5 trades (ironically with only 3 teams) before the draft and 4 of them came before we started doing FA.
  1. Jets trade Williamson + 3.68, 6.211 for Cann + 3.73, 6.191 Williamson is a player I like but he was forced off the team with the acquisition of Mosley last year. I was prepared to cut him but was able to use him as a trade piece to acquire AJ Cann. I'll start by saying that Cann is not a great player and he seems to have struggled more with Jacksonville since they brought in Fournette and switched the running scheme, but he has looked better in the past and can be cut for no dead cap. (With the moves we make later on there's no guarantee he even makes the team this year.)
  2. Jets trade 4.117 + 2021 Giants 5th for Jackson + 2021 7 Gabe Jackson is a bit of a cap casualty in Oakland after they brought in the most expensive RT in the league's history and need to pay pro bowl+ players in Incognito and Hudson. Jackson slots into the RG spot previously occupied by Winters, and with a cap hit of only 2M more than him I felt okay making this move as it allowed us to release him, resulting in only a small net increase of cap for an upgrade at the position. He also comes on a 3 year deal with a cap hit of 9.6M each year, but most importantly he again has no dead cap and can be cut at any time. I personally expect that he plays with us for 2 of those years and probably gets cut in 2022.
  3. Jets trade 5.158 for Hakeem Butler One year after taking Butler at the top of day3, the Cardinals ship out Butler. Butler spent the previous year injured after injuring his finger in the preseason. While reports out of TC from the Cardinals beat were not positive, some of us in our war room had high grades on Butler in last years draft and are intrigued by the physical attributes he brings to the game. In retrospect, I think I could've held out for a 6 and probably overpaid a bit especially considering the depth of this draft class.
  4. Jets trade 2.48 for Yannick Ngakoue The Jaguars have elected to put the franchise tag on Yannick Ngakoue and he has made it clear that he does not want to play for them going forward so they will be forced to trade him both in real life and in this simulation. Last year the Chiefs traded Dee Ford for a 2020 2nd and Ngakoue we think is a bit better player than Ford so we were okay with paying the current year 2 instead of the future 2. Ngakoue brings that pass rusher that the Jets have missed since Abraham, and at only 24 years old he can be an asset to the team for many years to come. I tried to extend him for what we thought was a massive contract and a great deal (5 years, 110M /w 67M guaranteed), but for some reason we were not able to get the deal done in this. I think in real life he takes this deal as it meets exactly what he is looking for. Frustratingly this deal would open up 5.5M in cap space for us too, but oh well.
  5. Jets trade 3.73, 3.79 for 3.83, 3.95, 4.121, 5.158 I made this trade after trading away 3 of our 8 2020 draft picks to get back a bit more draft capital. We only had to move back a few slots in the third and were able to come away with both a 4th and a 5th for our troubles.

Re-Signings

Player Position Contract Role 2020 Cap Hit
Robby Anderson WR 4/48M, 21M gtd Key Player 7.5M
Brian Poole NCB 3/25M, 14.2M gtd Key Player 6.7M
Neville Hewitt LB 2/5M, 2.8M gtd StarteDepth 2.3M
Lac Edwards P 4/8M, 1.5M gtd Starter 1.5M
Trevor Siemian QB 1/1.8M Depth 1.8M
Rontez Miles S/ST 1/1.4M, 0.5M gtd Depth/ST 1.4M
Bilal Powell RB 1/0.95M Depth 0.95M
James Burgess LB 1/0.8M Depth 0.8M
Robby Anderson
After trading 2.48 for Ngakoue, resigning Robby became a top priority to me as we felt that it was likely we were going to miss out on the top WR prospects. Robby has shown himself to be Darnold's favourite target and (too me) has grown as a WR each year he has played. Reportedly looking for a contract in the 13-15M AAV range, we felt that his value was a little lower given the depth of the WR class and were able to give him what we felt was a very reasonable deal at 4y48M. This deal and most of the big ones I signed have a smaller cap hit this year that then increases through the remaining 3 years when the cap (hopefully) explodes with the new CBA; doing this allows me to hit Robby's AAV demands but also pay him a more reasonable % of the cap.
Brian Poole
Last year Poole bet on himself signing a one year deal worth 3M; he delivered. Poole was one of the top NCB in the league last year flourishing in Gregg Williams' aggressive scheme that allowed him to do what he does best, blitz and stop the run. Poole however was able to show last year that he was more than that and had career numbers in the passing game, significantly reducing his CMP% allowed and his Y/T. We will see how those bounce back a bit as CB tends to be a volatile position year over year. As for the deal we gave him 3/25M with 14M gtd.
Depth Signings
We brought back depth pieces on defense Hewitt and Burgess to round out the LB group behind Mosley with Cashman. Hewitt showed himself to be a valuable piece and while we didn't think Burgess was worth his 2.1M RFA tag, at 0.8M he showed enough last year to at the very least get a shot in camp. Miles is an important depth piece not only behind Maye and Adams at safety, but has also been a mainstay on our top ranked ST unit over the past few years. Another important ST piece was bringing back Lac Edwards on a 4 year deal, but only 2020 is guaranteed and we can easily move off of him in the future. Kicker will be sorted out by the real life addition of Brett Maher who will compete with Ficken and maybe a UDFA during camp.

FA Signings

Player Position Contract Role 2020 Cap Hit
Riley Reiff OT 2/15M, 4M gtd Starter 6.5M
Shaq Lawson EDGE 4/31.2M, 11.6M gtd Starter 5.85M
Daryl Worley CB 2/12.5M, 5M gtd Starter 5M
Joe Looney C/G 2/7.53M, 2.75M gtd Chance to start 3.25M
After making the big splash trade on Ngakoue and then the lesser trades of Jackson and Cann, our cap space entering FA was not as big as it could have been (~50M which is about the same as we have now before cuts). With that cap space we decided we had a few key pieces of our own we wanted to retain, but we still had plenty to spend on bringing players in to bolster our roster.
Riley Reiff & Joe Looney
My philosophy as a GM is that you need to enter the draft feeling at the very least okay with the talents you have at every position on the roster. As mentioned previously and as every Jets fan knows, OL is a huge problem for this team. I already made two additions to the interior of the OL through trades, but needed someone to be able to fill in at LT and someone more comfortable playing center. To fill the tackle need I opted for Riley Reiff who was cut by the Vikings and Joe Looney a UFA from the Cowboys. Reiff is a serviceable option at OT who we saw as someone that we might be able to get undervalue while other teams prioritized bigger names. Looney was actually our second choice here as we tried to get Stefen Wisniewski, most recently of KC, but he elected to resign with the defending champs.
Daryl Worley
We feel confident about the combination of Arthur Maulet/Blessuan Austin to fill the CB2 role, but that still leaves a vacancy opposite them on the other side. With the thought that you can't rebuild an entire team in one offseason, there are going to be some weaker units on the team. We chose to spend big on the inside and then give what is essentially a prove it deal to Daryl Worley. If Worley has a good season we can retain his services for 7.5M, and if not we can cut him for minimal dead cap. This is sort of our Darryl Roberts deal from last year, but hopefully dropping the second R from the name will help.
Shaq Lawson
Lawson is a player that is considered to be a bust; he has certainly not quite lived up to his first round draft pick status, but I think he has played well and has gotten better year over year. Lawson is still quite young, and actually had a better year than most might think. The hope is playing across from Ngakoue and rotating with some of our depth pieces (Basham, Phillips) and alongside our strong interior DL; Lawson will be able to continue that growth. My WR did an excellent job helping me with his contract, and we were able to get him on a 4 year deal worth 31.2M with 11.6M gtd.

Draft Picks

Pick Player Position School
1.11 Mekhi Becton LT Louisville
3.85 Marlon Davidson DL Auburn
3.93 Solomon Kindley LG Georgia
4.121 Damien Lewis RG LSU
5.158 Kenny Willekes EDGE Michigan State
6.189 Quintez Cephus WR Wisconsin
6.191 Lavonta Taylor CB FSU
1.11: Mekhi Becton (LT)
Now I've said eariler that I wanted to be able to take BPA in the draft, but the intention was always to draft one of the four top OT at this spot as our LT of the future. There were a couple of teams ahead of us that we knew might be going OT, but once Miami took the third QB and because Denver traded up I thought they might be going after a WR to pair with Sutton, we were able to get our guy. Personally I think Becton is the third best of the 4 tackles, but he comes with a higher ceiling and lower floor than the rest of them. Not only is Becton a huge person, but he is also extremely atheltic. Becton is still extremely raw but he only switched to LT in 2019 and has so much natural talent that with good coaching I am confident he will succeed in the NFL. It's possible he has some growing pains as he adjusts to the NFL, but in that case we can keep Reiff at LT and use Edoga at RT, who by all accounts the coaching staff is very high on (for some reason).
3.85: Marlon Davidson (DL)
Davidson is a bit of a BPA pick here as he doesn't fill an immediate need, but rather what we see as a future on in 2021 when the team says goodbye to what is now longtime piece Steve McLendon and (hopefully) Henry Anderson. Davidson has been slightly overshadowed by the monster on the interior of the Auburn DL (Derrick Brown); but he is someone that really stands out when you watch the DL play. Davidson is a four year starter in the SEC, stepping into a starting role at only 18. Each year he has gotten better as he puts on more weight and learns how to attack his opponent. We view Davidson as a guy who could rotate as a 5T in base sets and in the interior on passing downs.
3.93: Solomon Kindley (G)
Kindley was a pick I let my WR make as they were all enamoured with him. Kindley is a big body with legit power. He attacks his block and is excellent once he gets his hands on them. The concern is that he is not the greatest athlete, but that should be able to be masked by sticking him at LG and allowing him to work beside Becton.
4.121: Damien Lewis (G)
Lewis is actually a player we were considering at 3.93 so I was happy to be able to land him in the fourth. Lewis was one of the better players on a very good offensive line for the national champions. Like Kindley he is a mauler in the run game, but needs some more work in the passing game and to work on his footwork and balance. He should be able to compete for the LG position with Cann and Kindley, or redshirt behind Jackson while he continues to develop; prior to joining LSU Lewis played in JuCo so there is ample room for him to learn.
5.158: Kenny Willekes (EDGE)
Willekes is not one of the biggest men, but he is an extremely hard worker who is a force in the run game. Willekes has never shown consistent ability to get to the passer, winning normally through effort. But you need guys like Willekes who could be a valuable run defender opposite Ngakoue on some downs, or as a contributor on special teams.
6.189: Quintez Cephus (WR)
Cephus didn't have the greatest combine, running a 4.73 40. But how can you argue with the shape of his athletic profile? Lombardi trophy confirmed. Cephus is a draft crush of sam-curry and here is his write-up for why we should take him:
Very skilled route runner imo. We’ve seen that that skill is arguably the most important trait for NFL WR’s like Adams, Thomas, Julio, Amari, Thielen etc. Arguably the best frame and body of any WR in the draft, very Godwin like imo. Proved at the combine he’s also the strongest WR in the draft. Strength shows up on tape in winning jump balls and out-physicaling DBs. Can run any route, go, post, slant, out. Plays much faster on tape than a 4.7 imo. Routinely beat Big 10 secondaries deep. Not afraid to go across the middle and take on contact.
6.191: Lavonta Taylor (CB)
Taylor is a former 5* recruit who's had a disappointing college career capped off by a combine snub. We thought he provides enough value to be taken as what is essentially a priority undrafted FA. Taylor projected as a nickel corner or maybe some sort of sub package safety and luckily for him he will get to learn behind some of the best in the game in Brian Poole and Jamal Adams.

Team Summary

I'm very happy with how the team turned out. We attacked some of our biggest need in the offensive line relentlessly, adding players through trades, free agency and the draft. While I'm not sure what combination of these guys would end up being the starting 5; I am confident in saying that this group will do a better job of protecting Sam Darnold and opening holes for Le'Veon Bell. My 53 man roster projection for the team is this: 2020 Depth Chart
Our team is still not without weaknesses. Our backup QB did not look great in the limited snaps he had last year before breaking his ankle, Quincy Enunwa is a giant question mark at WR3, Becton might be too raw to start immediately and our boundary corners are not proven. But I think we have taken a huge step in the right direction with the moves that we made in the simulation. We added depth pieces to the WR group in Butler and Cephus, rebuilt the offensive line, added a future piece in Davidson to our already deep DL, and we added three new pieces to our EDGE group that should help to cover up the weaknesses of our corners.
I've also taken a look at what our team looks like in 2021. It should be noted that in this picutre there is only a very moderate cap increase of 10M over 2020, and when I change that to a more likely 30M and make a few likely cuts/trades we end up with almost 70M in cap space yet again: 2021 with cuts. Now of course if Ngakoue was extended he would be taking 20M of that and we need to allocate cap space to bring back some of our other guys; but the moves made this season leave us in great shape for the future.
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    2. This is what NHL looked like 50 years ago. We have come a long way didn’t we? (1224 points, 296 comments)
    3. Since 2020 All Star weekend marks yet another year without any Slovak players in it here’s a little throwback picture of 3 of best Slovaks to ever play in NHL participating in ASG (672 points, 118 comments)
    4. Boris Valabik about playing against Corey Perry in OHL: He’d go behind refs back, grab my arm and threw himself on the ice. Ref would turn around and I’d get 2 mins. Perry would then laugh in my face as I was going to the box. He’d also never drop gloves with me. (324 points, 42 comments)
    5. 30 years ago, Czech defender Ludek Cajka died as a result of unfortunate accident. He was chasing the puck, lost his balance and rammed into the boards head first(31 sec into the video) He mortally injured his spine and died 40 days later. Icing rule was introduced into to league as a result. (311 points, 45 comments)
  12. 10610 points, 20 submissions: thisisaperformance
    1. [Filipovic] The San Jose Sharks may be 26th in point percentage and 29th in goal differential, but at least they also don’t have their first round pick (1938 points, 294 comments)
    2. Sharks lose 5-4 in OT after leading 4-2 with one minute to go. On the verge of maybe their best win of the season, it ends up as one of their worst losses. (1718 points, 302 comments)
    3. Oskar Lindblom receives a standing ovation at Wells Fargo Center (1003 points, 50 comments)
    4. Several members of Flyers’ front office will meet with an NHL official tomorrow. Their mission: To reduce the number of back-to-back games and travel issues next season. (764 points, 352 comments)
    5. Ilya Kovalchuk never considered going home this Winter (confirmed by Omsk prez) and his intention is to stay in the NHL until he gets to the Cup (514 points, 126 comments)
    6. Duclair wants to stay in Ottawa: 'I want to be a big part of this rebuild' (487 points, 100 comments)
    7. Mikko Rantanen has scored a hat trick against the New Jersey Devils. (484 points, 44 comments)
    8. No one in NHL commentary is going to bring this up, but Markstrom is wearing Yoyuu, which was Godfrey Gao's company. This is the suit Gao featured in his last IG post before his sudden death this fall. Markstrom and Gao were friends. (482 points, 55 comments)
    9. Mick E Moose unloads on Blades the Bruin (480 points, 43 comments)
    10. With a 5-2 win over the Calgary Flames, the Ottawa Senators have won their first game in 2020, the last team in the NHL (430 points, 33 comments)
  13. 10238 points, 2 submissions: DSomers2616
    1. Vegas Golden Knights Make Coaching Changes; Name Peter DeBoer Head Coach (7743 points, 1995 comments)
    2. Did Gritty punch a 13-year-old boy in the back? Philadelphia detectives are investigating (2495 points, 571 comments)
  14. 9605 points, 12 submissions: SAJewers
    1. [Helene St. James] Red Wings' Dylan Larkin on possibly being fan-voted to the 2020 NHL All-Star Game: "Please don’t vote. I like the days off more.” (3937 points, 430 comments)
    2. [Hailey Salvian] Just spoke with a representative from the NHL. The 20 women going to All-Star are being paid. They were paid last year. And will certainly be paid this year. The amount has not been made public for the men OR women. (915 points, 205 comments)
    3. [Ray Ferraro] On Tkachuk hits v Kassian. I’m serious here. Aren’t these the same hits Raffi Torres used to throw that the league eventually said were penalties? Any hit from above goal line to player coming from below. (890 points, 577 comments)
    4. [Philadelphia Flyers] 𝗔𝘂𝘁𝗼𝗺𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗰 𝗿𝗲𝗽𝗹𝘆: Coach Alain Vigneault will be out of office during the NHL Bye Week, sipping a martini(s) on a pontoon boat with limited access to email. For immediate assistance, feel free to tweet us. (763 points, 69 comments)
    5. [Ian Mendes] Mark Stone on Peter DeBoer being his new head coach — after their heated playoff series with the Sharks. “Yeah, it was weird. Ten months ago, I probably wouldn’t have said a nice thing about him. We don’t say any nice things about the San Jose Sharks in our locker room.” (680 points, 95 comments)
    6. [Darin Stephens] Per NHL PR: today's game between San Jose and Washington was the first time in NHL history a team came back to win a game in which they trailed by multiple goals, with one of their opponent's goals being scored on an empty-net. (626 points, 69 comments)
    7. [Chris Stevenson] He hasn't made it official, but Marc Methot tells TSN1200 his career is likely done because of his knee. (410 points, 78 comments)
    8. [Justin Emerson] DeBoer: “It’ll be awkward but we’ll get through it. Like meeting an ex-girlfriend that didn’t end well” (354 points, 25 comments)
    9. [Hailey Salvian] Vegas is set to practice here in Ottawa after the news of Gallant being fired. It’s eerily quiet. (304 points, 122 comments)
    10. [Maple Leafs Alumni] The Leafs Alumni are saddened to learn of John Gibson's passing last night. John was a 4th Round Pick of the LA Kings in the 1979 NHL Entry Draft and played with the Maple Leafs during the 1981-82 season. (286 points, 44 comments)
  15. 9430 points, 1 submission: texsurfin
    1. "Mighty Ducks" goalie keeps going downhill, gets arrested again. (9430 points, 991 comments)
  16. 8683 points, 1 submission: Remembermybrave
    1. NCN Flames Captain Keith Blacksmith and his girlfriend Tyra Kirkness were in a devasting house fire Jan 24. Keith has suffered burns to 70 percent of his body, and Tyra didn't make it. Love and support to their families and communities. (8683 points, 230 comments)
  17. 8206 points, 1 submission: devils14f
    1. Coach Bombay coming back! (8206 points, 585 comments)
  18. 7975 points, 1 submission: SlashYG9
    1. Winnipeg Jets unveil jerseys with Indigenous-styled logo for upcoming campaign. (7975 points, 527 comments)
  19. 7926 points, 17 submissions: minorthreat21
    1. Friedman: Gallant is coach of the Pacific Division All-Star Team (1111 points, 174 comments)
    2. Ed Belfour arrested in Bowling Green on mischief, intoxication charges (946 points, 242 comments)
    3. [Rutherford] At a meeting this morning, USA Hockey executive director Pat Kelleher said registration for 8-and-under boys and girls has increased 30% in Missouri since the Blues won the Stanley Cup nine months ago (862 points, 99 comments)
    4. DPS: Dallas’ Corey Perry will have a hearing Friday for Elbowing Nashville’s Ryan Ellis. (688 points, 151 comments)
    5. Dunn on Trouba incident: "He just kept slashing me and slashing me and slashing me. The game was pretty much won and they were still running around, trying to hit us and fight us … I was just trying to skate around the net and he slashed me at least six times.“ (605 points, 198 comments)
    6. Friedman: Earlier this season, Gallant and Vegas were talking about an extension. Just a crazy year (553 points, 128 comments)
    7. The Maple Leafs have recalled defenceman Rasmus Sandin (362 points, 117 comments)
    8. [Marinaro] 4-1 loss at home for HABS vs Hawks. The Habs were a no show. Booed off the ice. In his postgame presser, Claude Julien looked & sounded like he thinks something will happen real soon. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if tonight’s game was his last as Coach of the Montreal Canadiens (341 points, 226 comments)
    9. Johnston: The "Elite Women's 3-on-3" event during next Friday's NHL skills competition will pit Canada vs. USA and will feature nine skaters and one goalie per side. (337 points, 81 comments)
    10. The Maple Leafs have recalled defenceman Timothy Liljegren (299 points, 115 comments)
  20. 7838 points, 1 submission: JohnPaulJones1776
    1. Perry takes the long walk of shame (7838 points, 664 comments)
  21. 7682 points, 1 submission: GrobbelaarsGloves
    1. Sure, the Estonian logo deserves praise but let's be real here - the Egyptian national hockey team logo is just awesome on every level as well. (7682 points, 205 comments)
  22. 7648 points, 3 submissions: Skateboard123
    1. The mic went out, but the @DetroitRedWings crowd sang the Canadian national anthem as loud as they could. (5500 points, 439 comments)
    2. [PAYWALL] Elias Pettersson donated $10K from the ASG to the Parkinson Society of BC and Minnesota in honour of Brock Boeser’s father Boeser: "I was kind of shocked when I heard it on TV. It just shows the type of person he is and why he’s one of my best friends" (1211 points, 100 comments)
    3. [Duthie] And so one of the craziest stats in hockey lives for another year. Sweden 52-0 over 13 years in Group Play. 1 gold. (937 points, 121 comments)
  23. 7147 points, 6 submissions: probably_likely_mayb
    1. Larry David is not pleased that Kakko was benched by David Quinn. (3297 points, 350 comments)
    2. "Auston Matthews’ usage under Mike Babcock was absolutely bewildering in the moment as it was happening. Seeing him completely go off like this under Sheldon Keefe makes it more inexplicable in hindsight" (2061 points, 450 comments)
    3. After 43 games, the Minnesota Wild are in 20th place with 46 points. The Detroit Red Wings are on pace to get 46 points all year. (991 points, 214 comments)
    4. A prominent Russian television channel was showing Russia's world Juniors win from 2011 concurrently with today's match and because of that many people, mistakingly thinking the 2011 game was today's game had thought they'd won and afterwards flocked to boast about their win online. (413 points, 83 comments)
    5. Finally asked Svech what he calls the move [the lacrosse-style goal] He calls it The Michigan (193 points, 51 comments)
    6. Tyson Barrie on the losing end of #Leafs tournament with Team West (Team East won), but he's not bitter or anything: "Would have been nice to see Hutchy make a save. He kind of ruined it for our whole team. But whatever, it's not a big deal. I'm not a big finger-pointer." (192 points, 36 comments)
  24. 6969 points, 1 submission: mskiba
    1. Blackhawks and Maple Leafs players looking for a lost contact lense during a 1962 game. (6969 points, 299 comments)
  25. 6145 points, 2 submissions: NYDevilsFan
    1. Halak not too happy that the Devils won (5852 points, 290 comments)
    2. Severson scores (on the right net) the GWG in the shootout (293 points, 19 comments)
  26. 6045 points, 13 submissions: sandman730
    1. Blue Jackets' Tortorella fined $20,000. (1132 points, 355 comments)
    2. The AHL today announced that Bakersfield Condors defenseman Brandon Manning has been suspended for 5 games as a consequence of his actions in a game at Ontario on Jan. 20... under the provisions of AHL Rule 23.9 for use of a racial slur towards an opponent. (968 points, 474 comments)
    3. Alex Ovechkin, Elvis Merzlikins, and Jonathan Toews named NHL’s Three Stars for week ending Jan. 19. (600 points, 85 comments)
    4. The National Hockey League offers its condolences to the family of NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, and to the families and friends of all those who tragically perished today. (530 points, 26 comments)
    5. NHL All-Star Game's Honorary Captains: Jon Hamm, Jenna Fischer, Brett Hull, Wayne Gretzky (518 points, 167 comments)
    6. [Seravalli] Pete DeBoer (VGK) and John Hynes (NSH) were both unemployed for exactly 34 days (373 points, 57 comments)
    7. Winter Classic Pig Races: Names & Results (343 points, 41 comments)
    8. Minnesota Wild goaltender Alex Stalock has been fined $2,000 under NHL Rule 64 (Diving/Embellishment), the NHL announced today. (323 points, 68 comments)
    9. Jonathan Huberdeau, Tristan Jarry, and Artemi Panarin have been named the NHL's “Three Stars” for the month of December. (289 points, 69 comments)
    10. [NHL PR] Andrei Vasilevskiy will replace Tuukka Rask at the 2020 Honda NHL All-Star Game. (281 points, 98 comments)
  27. 6044 points, 3 submissions: zerot_
    1. Ovechkin ties Mario Lemieux for 10th all time with 690 goals off a slick pass from Backstrom (4393 points, 409 comments)
    2. Ovechkin completes the hat trick for his 31st goal of the year (1423 points, 287 comments)
    3. Ovechkin scores his 30th of the season and 2nd of the night against NJ (228 points, 31 comments)
  28. 5896 points, 1 submission: Verdasco123
    1. I don't know! (5896 points, 510 comments)
  29. 5870 points, 8 submissions: EarthWarping
    1. [Filipovic] The Columbus Blue Jackets had their goalie walk for $70 million this summer, are paying their three goalies less than $3 million combined this season, and now have the 2nd best 5v5 save % and 3rd best save % overall (2748 points, 339 comments)
    2. [Filipovic] The Minnesota Wild are playing with 5 defensemen tonight because they.. forgot to list a 6th one on their lineup sheet. (1459 points, 128 comments)
    3. [Gretz] Vegas' 5-on-5 rankings: Corsi%: 3rd Expected goals%: 2nd Scoring Chance%: 2nd High Danger Scoring Chance%: 2nd Save percentage: 25th (361 points, 98 comments)
    4. [Down Goes Brown] For the record, the correct pick for game of the decade is that OT period between the Hawks and Kings, which had more action than 99% of full games. (339 points, 55 comments)
    5. [Spector] Oilers GM Ken Holland and Rick Curran, the agent for UFA RW Zack Kassian, have spoken several times and appear to be finding common ground. My sense: They will announce a multi-year deal prior to the trade deadline, and Kassian will not go to market on July 1. (284 points, 168 comments)
    6. [Filipovic] There’s 5 teams in the Metro Division with a better point percentage than any team in the Pacific Division (265 points, 102 comments)
    7. [Clark] Since Joel Quenneville was hired by the Panthers as soon as the 18-19 regular season ended, 14 teams have made a coaching change. (236 points, 26 comments)
    8. [Whyno] Not sure yet who’s replacing Peter Laviolette as #Preds coach but it will not be Peter DeBoer. (178 points, 40 comments)
  30. 5856 points, 2 submissions: PutridCloister
    1. Tkachuk vs Kassian fight (4883 points, 846 comments)
    2. McDavid upset after hit from Giordano (973 points, 677 comments)
  31. 5692 points, 1 submission: Davel_Patsyuk
    1. In order for Tampa to match last season's record, they would need to finish the year 33-1-0 (5692 points, 295 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. mdlt97 (20461 points, 377 comments)
  2. BurningOverANewLeaf (14718 points, 332 comments)
  3. Podo13 (10739 points, 151 comments)
  4. SportsMasterGeneral (9272 points, 41 comments)
  5. Povilitus (9153 points, 49 comments)
  6. OnsenCannonball (8872 points, 40 comments)
  7. Chigurrh (8698 points, 178 comments)
  8. RustyNipples35 (8445 points, 91 comments)
  9. sandman730 (8427 points, 79 comments)
  10. jacoobz (7832 points, 314 comments)
  11. finnishjetter (7603 points, 124 comments)
  12. Highlander253 (7418 points, 55 comments)
  13. slipperysoup (7288 points, 169 comments)
  14. OcelotWolf (7260 points, 50 comments)
  15. Crossfiyah (6994 points, 220 comments)
  16. mdkss12 (6968 points, 98 comments)
  17. Marino19 (6897 points, 59 comments)
  18. nomittensthanks (6465 points, 15 comments)
  19. -RayBloodyPurchase- (6345 points, 127 comments)
  20. FailureToExecute (6314 points, 92 comments)
  21. Freddybone32 (6291 points, 36 comments)
  22. JD397 (6084 points, 133 comments)
  23. StatGAF (6074 points, 89 comments)
  24. Worth_Version (5920 points, 116 comments)
  25. BettmanReturns (5856 points, 52 comments)
  26. asilvahalo (5843 points, 195 comments)
  27. youcannotowntheland (5788 points, 2 comments)
  28. react_and_respond (5754 points, 96 comments)
  29. NarcoticTurkey (5739 points, 195 comments)
  30. dynamys (5655 points, 4 comments)
  31. lawnicus18 (5585 points, 65 comments)
  32. Sumdood88 (5557 points, 66 comments)
  33. ComeBackToUzbekistan (5436 points, 109 comments)
  34. Maxpowr9 (5268 points, 226 comments)
  35. LordHarkon1 (5222 points, 64 comments)
  36. Dlurkon427 (5174 points, 19 comments)
  37. RefillMyDrink (5044 points, 52 comments)
  38. bigladnang (5034 points, 155 comments)
  39. GtEnko (4951 points, 22 comments)
  40. Thorgan_Sterner (4858 points, 120 comments)
  41. raymondliang (4821 points, 48 comments)
  42. NonikZeek (4813 points, 94 comments)
  43. Amphibious_Fire (4732 points, 49 comments)
  44. alreddy-reddit (4727 points, 68 comments)
  45. Strattex (4726 points, 75 comments)
  46. kind-of-there (4719 points, 142 comments)
  47. VisibleDucks (4602 points, 60 comments)
  48. GaryBowman (4564 points, 51 comments)
  49. canuck_11 (4494 points, 46 comments)
  50. migsahoy (4480 points, 64 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Rest In Peace Kobe, from the hockey community. 🙏🏻 by RefillMyDrink (63491 points, 1184 comments)
  2. Brad Marchand ends the shootout with a beauty by ykcin978 (36348 points, 2311 comments)
  3. Pekka Rinne scores a Goal by vorin (21512 points, 1200 comments)
  4. McDavid scores an insane goal and makes it 6-3 for the Oilers by ABirdOfParadise (14607 points, 1335 comments)
  5. Team Canada has clinched the Gold Medal in the 2020 World Junior Championship by EugeneMelnicc (11992 points, 1478 comments)
  6. "Mighty Ducks" goalie keeps going downhill, gets arrested again. by texsurfin (9430 points, 991 comments)
  7. NCN Flames Captain Keith Blacksmith and his girlfriend Tyra Kirkness were in a devasting house fire Jan 24. Keith has suffered burns to 70 percent of his body, and Tyra didn't make it. Love and support to their families and communities. by Remembermybrave (8683 points, 230 comments)
  8. Colorado Avalanche reveal their 2020 stadium series jersey by mdlt97 (8299 points, 907 comments)
  9. Coach Bombay coming back! by devils14f (8206 points, 585 comments)
  10. List of all goalies who scored a goal in NHL by Amphibious_Fire (8139 points, 520 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 5778 points: youcannotowntheland's comment in Brad Marchand ends the shootout with a beauty
  2. 5680 points: dynamys's comment in Brad Marchand ends the shootout with a beauty
  3. 5338 points: nomittensthanks's comment in Brad Marchand ends the shootout with a beauty
  4. 4718 points: Highlander253's comment in Brad Marchand attempts to one-up his shootout attempt against the Flyers on this breakaway
  5. 4390 points: GtEnko's comment in [Marchand] Your shootout is in your driveway not the NHL peasant. You pretend to be me in your back yard dream big bud
  6. 4304 points: radio_jake's comment in Did Gritty punch a 13-year-old boy in the back? Philadelphia detectives are investigating
  7. 3854 points: Povilitus's comment in Vegas Golden Knights Make Coaching Changes; Name Peter DeBoer Head Coach
  8. 3623 points: G-Hoffa's comment in Report: Seattle Kraken Believed to be Name for New Franchise
  9. 3522 points: edditorRay's comment in "Mighty Ducks" goalie keeps going downhill, gets arrested again.
  10. 3425 points: OnsenCannonball's comment in Perry takes the long walk of shame
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Period: 29.67 days
Submissions Comments
Total 1000 132141
Rate (per day) 33.70 4326.44
Unique Redditors 621 25102
Combined Score 997764 3122211

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 63876 points, 2 submissions: RefillMyDrink
    1. Rest In Peace Kobe, from the hockey community. 🙏🏻 (63492 points, 1184 comments)
    2. Jordan Binnington has won the NHL Skills Streak with 10 consecutive saves (384 points, 46 comments)
  2. 37553 points, 3 submissions: ykcin978
    1. Brad Marchand ends the shootout with a beauty (36354 points, 2311 comments)
    2. Paul Stastny takes a puck to the face, picks tooth up (794 points, 146 comments)
    3. Until tonight, the Bruins were 199-1-5 when leading by 3 goals. (405 points, 68 comments)
  3. 35636 points, 26 submissions: PhenomenonYT
    1. Justin Bieber makes a surprise appearance to challenge Binnington in the save streak challenge (7770 points, 231 comments)
    2. Zack Kassian goes off on Matt Tkachuk after a hard hit (4 for roughing & 10 minute misconduct) (5496 points, 2376 comments)
    3. Dallas’ Corey Perry has been suspended for five games for Elbowing Nashville’s Ryan Ellis. (4605 points, 550 comments)
    4. Laila Anderson introduces the St Louis Blues all stars (1864 points, 135 comments)
    5. Rick Tocchet when asked about Phil Kessel chirping him about going to the All-Star game. “I might try to coach the women’s team, so that there’s one Kessel (Amanda) that will listen to me.” (1801 points, 61 comments)
    6. Tampa scores an unnoticed goal, play continues and they score again. Play is reviewed after, the initial goal stands and the clock is reset (1571 points, 160 comments)
    7. Elias Pettersson’s 102.4 mph shot was the second hardest shot ever recorded by a forward at the NHL Skills Competition, behind only Stamkos at 103.9 mph (1413 points, 190 comments)
    8. Jacob Markstrom isn't pleased with Josi ending his save streak (1413 points, 61 comments)
    9. Shea Weber wins the hardest shot competition with a 106.5 mph blast (1376 points, 225 comments)
    10. Kovalchuk scores his first as a Canadien to win it in OT (1365 points, 253 comments)
  4. 31199 points, 7 submissions: vorin
    1. Pekka Rinne scores a Goal (21512 points, 1200 comments)
    2. Filip Forsberg with a lacrosse goal (5694 points, 594 comments)
    3. Perry Elbows Ryan Ellis (1988 points, 528 comments)
    4. Chicago takes a Too Many Men penalty (707 points, 123 comments)
    5. Pekka Rinne Post-Game Interview about his goal (700 points, 72 comments)
    6. Time lapse and explanation of the difficulty the ice crews went through to get the rink ready for the Winter Classic (377 points, 28 comments)
    7. Duchene opens scoring in the Winter Classic (221 points, 8 comments)
  5. 24692 points, 17 submissions: Marino19
    1. Brad Marchand attempts to one-up his shootout attempt against the Flyers on this breakaway (8117 points, 590 comments)
    2. Billie Joe Armstrong tells the crowd to get their hands in the air during the Intermission concert (5677 points, 782 comments)
    3. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Sean Monahan drop the gloves (2327 points, 222 comments)
    4. With this goal, Auston Matthews becomes the first US-born player and the first Toronto Maple Leaf to record 30 goals in his first four seasons (1383 points, 221 comments)
    5. Akil Thomas gives Canada the lead on a great move (1092 points, 129 comments)
    6. Sidney Crosby scores in his return. He's good at hockey. (828 points, 90 comments)
    7. Jack Eichel scores on the penalty shot to win the game in OT (785 points, 146 comments)
    8. Auston Matthews on Connor McDavid: "We just gave him way too much space. He's the most dangerous player on earth for a reason." (658 points, 172 comments)
    9. Auston Matthews scores his 2nd of the game off the draw to tie it at 3 (598 points, 174 comments)
    10. Barrett Hayton snipes home the PPG to tie the game at 3 (510 points, 32 comments)
  6. 17194 points, 16 submissions: Austin63867
    1. [John Scott] I've had a lot of people reach out to me about the Gallant situation. The most logical conclusion is that I coach the Pacific team. Thank you for your time #undefeated (4423 points, 240 comments)
    2. The New Jersey Devils and General Manager Ray Shero have agreed to part ways, effective immediately. (3921 points, 612 comments)
    3. [Wayne Gretzky] Janet and I have no words to describe our shock and sadness on the tragic passing of Kobe Bryant today. Praying for him and his family. 🙏 (1768 points, 105 comments)
    4. [Stein] Ilya Kovalchuk wanted his number 17 to wear in Montreal. Brett Kulak was already wearing it. So, Kovalchuk gifted Kulak a Rolex when Kulak changed his number so Ilya could wear 17. (1197 points, 217 comments)
    5. [Johnston] Alex Ovechkin gets a second straight hat trick ... and moves into a tie with Steve Yzerman on the NHL's all-time goal list. (692) (1150 points, 94 comments)
    6. [Weekes] Breaking News As per what I’m told @PredsNHL will be announcing John Hynes as their new Head Coach. It was my hunch last night. Told it will be made official today. (1055 points, 346 comments)
    7. [NHL] Canucks goaltender Jacob Markstrom will replace @GoldenKnights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury at the 2020 Honda NHL All-Star Game. (823 points, 119 comments)
    8. Alex Ovechkin has tied Maurice Richard for 8th in NHL career hat tricks (26) (736 points, 39 comments)
    9. [Johnston] William Nylander establishes a new career-high with his 23rd goal. And still 30-plus games to go. (408 points, 92 comments)
    10. [Devils] The Devils have recalled (G) Cory Schneider and reassigned (G) Evan Cormier to Binghamton. (330 points, 42 comments)
  7. 16952 points, 9 submissions: jshare
    1. Ken Campbell: NHL says it's "extraordinarily disruptive" to shut the league down for 2 weeks every 4 years for the Olympics, but has no problem having bye weeks and shutting down for 4 days each season to give us a terrible product that is broken and unfixable. (5553 points, 661 comments)
    2. Marketing guru Ilya Kovalchuk: "they should change the shootout rule; the first 3 should be diff guys, but then the same guy can go again. That would create that battle of, say, Kane against McDavid. They could go 1 after the other and that would be great for the fans." (3841 points, 507 comments)
    3. Max Pacioretty told has kids about the All-Star Game: "There's one rule. You can do whatever you want and get whatever you want signed, but when we get on the plane at the end of the week that I better still be their favorite player." (2728 points, 98 comments)
    4. Elvis Merzlikins in his past five games: 5-0-0, 1.00 GAA, .970 save percentage, three shutouts (1394 points, 141 comments)
    5. One year ago today, Jordan Binnington made his first career NHL start for the Blues, who were 14th in the West. Since then: 60 starts, 43-12-5 record, 16-10 playoff record, .921 SV%, 2.22 GAA, 1 Stanley Cup (1113 points, 114 comments)
    6. Scott Hartnell recreating Connor McDavid's goal with his son is too cute. ❤️ (1060 points, 88 comments)
    7. Ilya Kovalchuk had a great first game as a Hab: 1 assist, +2, 4 shots, 6 hits, 19:25 TOI and he even played in net (562 points, 98 comments)
    8. Allan Walsh: Ken is right. With regard to the Olympics, Bettman has privately indicated to those around him he’s ok with players going as long as the NHLPA gives up some big concession for it in collective bargaining. The whole “extraordinarily disruptive” argument is #BettmanBullshit (420 points, 285 comments)
    9. There have already been five four-goal comeback wins this season, tied for the most in NHL history. And the 18 three-goal comebacks are the most through the same number of games in 30 years (281 points, 41 comments)
  8. 15258 points, 9 submissions: mdlt97
    1. Colorado Avalanche reveal their 2020 stadium series jersey (8304 points, 907 comments)
    2. Alexander Ovechkin has scored back to back hattricks (2716 points, 320 comments)
    3. Jesperi Kotkaniemi steps up for Ryan Poehling and Fights Hagg (1043 points, 206 comments)
    4. The Washington Capitals have scored 5 unanswered goals in the third vs islanders to come back and win 6-4 (919 points, 102 comments)
    5. Jesperi Kotkaniemi on his first “Grandma texted me and said 'don't do that again...’” (581 points, 52 comments)
    6. Ilya Kovalchuk grabs his own rebound for his 4th goal in 8 games as a hab 2-0 MTL (549 points, 68 comments)
    7. Cale Fleury rocks Lucic with a massive hit (511 points, 164 comments)
    8. [Аrpon Basu] Gallagher said Andrew Shaw reached out to him immediately after the New Year's Eve game in Carolina to tell him not to come back early. Then he reached out again after the Edmonton game to tell him he's an idiot. (454 points, 43 comments)
    9. The Montreal Canadiens have snapped their 8 game losing streak with a win vs Ottawa (181 points, 36 comments)
  9. 14607 points, 1 submission: ABirdOfParadise
    1. McDavid scores an insane goal and makes it 6-3 for the Oilers (14607 points, 1335 comments)
  10. 11990 points, 1 submission: EugeneMelnicc
    1. Team Canada has clinched the Gold Medal in the 2020 World Junior Championship (11990 points, 1478 comments)
  11. 10657 points, 5 submissions: Amphibious_Fire
    1. List of all goalies who scored a goal in NHL (8135 points, 520 comments)
    2. This is what NHL looked like 50 years ago. We have come a long way didn’t we? (1220 points, 296 comments)
    3. Since 2020 All Star weekend marks yet another year without any Slovak players in it here’s a little throwback picture of 3 of best Slovaks to ever play in NHL participating in ASG (666 points, 118 comments)
    4. Boris Valabik about playing against Corey Perry in OHL: He’d go behind refs back, grab my arm and threw himself on the ice. Ref would turn around and I’d get 2 mins. Perry would then laugh in my face as I was going to the box. He’d also never drop gloves with me. (323 points, 42 comments)
    5. 30 years ago, Czech defender Ludek Cajka died as a result of unfortunate accident. He was chasing the puck, lost his balance and rammed into the boards head first(31 sec into the video) He mortally injured his spine and died 40 days later. Icing rule was introduced into to league as a result. (313 points, 45 comments)
  12. 10598 points, 20 submissions: thisisaperformance
    1. [Filipovic] The San Jose Sharks may be 26th in point percentage and 29th in goal differential, but at least they also don’t have their first round pick (1933 points, 294 comments)
    2. Sharks lose 5-4 in OT after leading 4-2 with one minute to go. On the verge of maybe their best win of the season, it ends up as one of their worst losses. (1719 points, 302 comments)
    3. Oskar Lindblom receives a standing ovation at Wells Fargo Center (997 points, 50 comments)
    4. Several members of Flyers’ front office will meet with an NHL official tomorrow. Their mission: To reduce the number of back-to-back games and travel issues next season. (767 points, 352 comments)
    5. Ilya Kovalchuk never considered going home this Winter (confirmed by Omsk prez) and his intention is to stay in the NHL until he gets to the Cup (504 points, 126 comments)
    6. Mikko Rantanen has scored a hat trick against the New Jersey Devils. (490 points, 44 comments)
    7. Mick E Moose unloads on Blades the Bruin (484 points, 43 comments)
    8. No one in NHL commentary is going to bring this up, but Markstrom is wearing Yoyuu, which was Godfrey Gao's company. This is the suit Gao featured in his last IG post before his sudden death this fall. Markstrom and Gao were friends. (483 points, 55 comments)
    9. Duclair wants to stay in Ottawa: 'I want to be a big part of this rebuild' (482 points, 100 comments)
    10. With a 5-2 win over the Calgary Flames, the Ottawa Senators have won their first game in 2020, the last team in the NHL (424 points, 33 comments)
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    1. Vegas Golden Knights Make Coaching Changes; Name Peter DeBoer Head Coach (7741 points, 1995 comments)
    2. Did Gritty punch a 13-year-old boy in the back? Philadelphia detectives are investigating (2492 points, 571 comments)
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    1. [Helene St. James] Red Wings' Dylan Larkin on possibly being fan-voted to the 2020 NHL All-Star Game: "Please don’t vote. I like the days off more.” (3934 points, 430 comments)
    2. [Hailey Salvian] Just spoke with a representative from the NHL. The 20 women going to All-Star are being paid. They were paid last year. And will certainly be paid this year. The amount has not been made public for the men OR women. (910 points, 205 comments)
    3. [Ray Ferraro] On Tkachuk hits v Kassian. I’m serious here. Aren’t these the same hits Raffi Torres used to throw that the league eventually said were penalties? Any hit from above goal line to player coming from below. (890 points, 577 comments)
    4. [Philadelphia Flyers] 𝗔𝘂𝘁𝗼𝗺𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗰 𝗿𝗲𝗽𝗹𝘆: Coach Alain Vigneault will be out of office during the NHL Bye Week, sipping a martini(s) on a pontoon boat with limited access to email. For immediate assistance, feel free to tweet us. (764 points, 69 comments)
    5. [Ian Mendes] Mark Stone on Peter DeBoer being his new head coach — after their heated playoff series with the Sharks. “Yeah, it was weird. Ten months ago, I probably wouldn’t have said a nice thing about him. We don’t say any nice things about the San Jose Sharks in our locker room.” (677 points, 95 comments)
    6. [Darin Stephens] Per NHL PR: today's game between San Jose and Washington was the first time in NHL history a team came back to win a game in which they trailed by multiple goals, with one of their opponent's goals being scored on an empty-net. (627 points, 69 comments)
    7. [Chris Stevenson] He hasn't made it official, but Marc Methot tells TSN1200 his career is likely done because of his knee. (409 points, 78 comments)
    8. [Justin Emerson] DeBoer: “It’ll be awkward but we’ll get through it. Like meeting an ex-girlfriend that didn’t end well” (355 points, 25 comments)
    9. [Hailey Salvian] Vegas is set to practice here in Ottawa after the news of Gallant being fired. It’s eerily quiet. (303 points, 122 comments)
    10. [Maple Leafs Alumni] The Leafs Alumni are saddened to learn of John Gibson's passing last night. John was a 4th Round Pick of the LA Kings in the 1979 NHL Entry Draft and played with the Maple Leafs during the 1981-82 season. (285 points, 44 comments)
  15. 9429 points, 1 submission: texsurfin
    1. "Mighty Ducks" goalie keeps going downhill, gets arrested again. (9429 points, 991 comments)
  16. 8680 points, 1 submission: Remembermybrave
    1. NCN Flames Captain Keith Blacksmith and his girlfriend Tyra Kirkness were in a devasting house fire Jan 24. Keith has suffered burns to 70 percent of his body, and Tyra didn't make it. Love and support to their families and communities. (8680 points, 230 comments)
  17. 8216 points, 1 submission: devils14f
    1. Coach Bombay coming back! (8216 points, 583 comments)
  18. 7974 points, 1 submission: SlashYG9
    1. Winnipeg Jets unveil jerseys with Indigenous-styled logo for upcoming campaign. (7974 points, 527 comments)
  19. 7917 points, 17 submissions: minorthreat21
    1. Friedman: Gallant is coach of the Pacific Division All-Star Team (1114 points, 174 comments)
    2. Ed Belfour arrested in Bowling Green on mischief, intoxication charges (944 points, 242 comments)
    3. [Rutherford] At a meeting this morning, USA Hockey executive director Pat Kelleher said registration for 8-and-under boys and girls has increased 30% in Missouri since the Blues won the Stanley Cup nine months ago (859 points, 99 comments)
    4. DPS: Dallas’ Corey Perry will have a hearing Friday for Elbowing Nashville’s Ryan Ellis. (690 points, 151 comments)
    5. Dunn on Trouba incident: "He just kept slashing me and slashing me and slashing me. The game was pretty much won and they were still running around, trying to hit us and fight us … I was just trying to skate around the net and he slashed me at least six times.“ (606 points, 198 comments)
    6. Friedman: Earlier this season, Gallant and Vegas were talking about an extension. Just a crazy year (554 points, 128 comments)
    7. The Maple Leafs have recalled defenceman Rasmus Sandin (359 points, 117 comments)
    8. [Marinaro] 4-1 loss at home for HABS vs Hawks. The Habs were a no show. Booed off the ice. In his postgame presser, Claude Julien looked & sounded like he thinks something will happen real soon. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if tonight’s game was his last as Coach of the Montreal Canadiens (342 points, 226 comments)
    9. Johnston: The "Elite Women's 3-on-3" event during next Friday's NHL skills competition will pit Canada vs. USA and will feature nine skaters and one goalie per side. (333 points, 81 comments)
    10. The Maple Leafs have recalled defenceman Timothy Liljegren (305 points, 115 comments)
  20. 7835 points, 1 submission: JohnPaulJones1776
    1. Perry takes the long walk of shame (7835 points, 664 comments)

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2019.12.30 09:35 TommyHazard SPRING BREAK 2: Infinity War Matchcard

NIGHT ONE
Andrea vs Chris Princess
You’ve seen it online, you’ve seen it in the promos. Shits been heated, it’s been crazy and now we’re finally settling it. The YouTube Champion vs the Vindication Women’s Champion. The leader of FFF vs the leader of White Lotus.
Team Discord (Discord, Ace Anderson, and Ricky Valentine) vs Team Reddit (Reddit, Nightmare, and Myles Miles) - If Team Discord wins, Nightmare is REDACTED forever. If Team Reddit wins, we must go back to Wredditverse for a week.
Maybe the most high stakes match of the night. Last Spring Break, Nightmare regained his name by beating Discord with help from Reddit. Now this time around, we’re going double or nothing. Nightmare’s name is still on the line, but now so is the fate of CWL for one week. Which by the way, despite most this show being non-canon, we will switch if we lose. Please save us Discord and The Order.
Wes Bennet vs Ryan Blaze
Speaking of The Order. We wanted to have the best member of the Order fight the best member of the Disciples. But since everyone’s busy. Here’s Wes Bennet vs Ryan Blaze.
Showcase Match: Alex Reed vs Marcantal vs Romi Rossi vs Fade vs Brett Willis vs Ryder Coles
We have gathered 6 men from 6 different companies and they will battle here tonight for a chance in the limelight. Not only is this a massive showcase for all of them. But the winner will be put in the Extra 5 Grand Rumble on the following day’s show.
Taurus Fire vs Brandon
Two big boiis. Two hosses. Two slabs of beef. Two monsters. Two giants. Two behemoths. Two ham hocks. Two super heavyweights. Two men who are just gonna pound the piss out of each other. Cruiserweight’s can cruiserwait with this one. Only big boys allowed in this match.
5v5 CAW Warfare Gauntlet match: Team Year 1 (Michael Young, Jon Spartacus, Chris Princess, Harris, Sicario) vs Team Year 2 (Ryan Quinn, Jacob Nitro, Dylan Vincent, Roger Finesse, and a mystery partner)
On one side, a bastion of the original CWL superstars who built this company. On the other, the next generation looking to over take the rest. Year 1 captained by Michael Young definitely has an advantage in accolades and experience. But Year 2 has some extremely heavy hitters. Plus their captain Roger Finesse promises a mystery partner to turn the tide. Only one generation will survive the gauntlet match.
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NIGHT 2
Extra 5 Grand Rumble
Would you fight 29 other people for a chance at an extra 5 grand? Of course not. But we have these people under contract and they don’t have a union. Which means they get to do it anyway.
Mini Dead vs Job Spartacus vs Ripjob Reeves - Child Fight Club
We found 3 kids dressed like wrestlers in the crowd. They now fight for your amusement. Cheer for one will get to make it out alive. Whereas the other two will never know the pain of adulthood. Cheer, for they are saved.
Evie Rush and Alexander vs Alex Graves and Annie Thunder
Well that last match description was weird. Y’know what else is weird. WWE2K20. For everything that’s cool about it, there’s two things that suck. But if we want a mixed tag match, we have to use it. Luckily for us, we can just duplicate one of the teams twice. Since this is a match between CAWs that look too similar for our liking.
Ebak vs William Black
William Black has never beaten Ebak. And given this show is not canon. He still won’t beat Ebak regardless of result. But for the Wolf of Nemesis, this isn’t about statistics. It’s about pride. A man can only lose so many times before he decides enough is enough.
White Lotus vs Ride or Die Botches vs Roxx and Sarah LeBlanc vs TBE (Suzuki Snow and Sonya Evans) - Fatal four way Ladder Match for the Wildfire Women’s tag team titles
Hey y’know how CWL doesn’t have Women’s Tag Titles? And how this show is meant to be non canon? Well forget that for just one match, as White Lotus try and defend their titles against 3 other teams. Can they do it? Given their track record in official CWL tag team stuff. Probably not.
Kel Vallen vs Tommy Hazard - Extreme Rules, 2 out of 3 falls
This is it. The dream match. The man whose done it all vs the woman whose done it forever. The Phoenix vs The Black Valentine. The Ace vs The Maverick. The God vs The killer. No two people have ever been as successful.
For years we’ve wanted this match. Now, on the night where nothing matters. It happens. Both are injured. Both are gone from CWL after this. This your main event. This is Tommy Hazard vs Kel Fucking Vallen. No DQ, no count outs. Only one clear victor, and only one clear greatest of all time.
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2019.12.27 04:46 WollyTwins Potential SP trade targets- NL Central

Wrapping up my series of taking a look at potential SP trade candidates for the Twins, we finish out with the NL Central, starting out west. If you may have missed any of my previous posts and want to get caught back up, links are below-
Milwaukee Brewers
I don’t see any good matches for us on the Brewers. Brandon Woodruff had a breakout season and would be an interesting acquisition, but the Brew Crew’s next best starter is… Brett Anderson, maybe? There’s not much of anything behind him. Coming off of two consecutive playoff appearances, the Brewers will be wanting find a way to beef up their barren rotation, so Woodruff seems like a very long shot to be traded to anybody.
St. Louis Cardinals
I’ll preface this by saying I don’t think we’re a good trade partner for the Cardinals at this point. The Cards are perennially pretty good, and last year was no exception as they won 91 games. They’ll probably be looking to add some pieces that can help them now, rather than prospects, meaning it could be pretty difficult to work out a trade. But for the heck of it, let’s take a look at just a guy anyways- Alex Reyes. He’s always had a ton of potential, highlighted by his flamethrower fastball which regularly hits triple digits. He has a few other solid pitches too, and baseball has been excited to see how he puts it all together. Unfortunately though, he’s been even more injury prone than our Buxton. Since debuting in 2016, he’s managed to pitch just 53 innings total, 46 of those coming in his rookie year in ’16. All of this is probably pretty good reasons to stay far, far away. But if by chance the Cardinals don’t want to hold him any longer, I’d at least give them a call and see what they need in return. If it’s not that much, I might pull the trigger and see if we can’t get anything out of him. I wouldn’t set my expectations very high, and I certainly wouldn’t count on him to make any contributions in the MLB, but he could be an interesting lottery ticket IF the Cardinals were ready to move on, and IF their asking price was very low, and IF we think he could stay healthy. Obviously lots of qualifiers on that, and it probably won’t happen anyways, but I’ve thought he’s been at least a bit interesting to follow.
Cincinnati Reds
The Reds are a little bit interesting to look at. Luis Castillo is roughly their equivalent of our Berrios, young with a sky-high potential, and is very unlikely to be moved. Trevor Bauer could be an interesting addition despite his second half meltdown after yeeting a ball over the center field wall and being shipped out of Cleveland. There hasn’t been any trade rumors surrounding him, though, and he has just 1 year left on his contract. I also worry a bit about his misdemeanor. His in-game meltdown was the first we’ve seen of that on the field, but I’m sure we’ve all heard about his social media presence, which seems to spout off almost as randomly as Antonio Brown. Bauer has a ton of talent and is one of the most scientifically dedicated players in the game, but some of his actions on and off the field make me think our FO would be hesitant to bring him into the team as they’ve placed such a large emphasis on acquiring certain types of players during their tenure.
Another option could be Sonny Gray. I was a big fan of him back in his days with Oakland, but he was shaky from 2016 through 2018, which turned me off from wanting to acquire him. But then he bounced back well last year pitching 175 innings of 2.87 ERA ball, so at this point I don’t really know what I think of him anymore. But he could be a sneaky option. He has 4 years of control on his contract (4th year being a club option) and is due $42 million over those 4 seasons, which is pretty reasonable. Many of his Statcast metrics look good to great, but I still have a bit of hesitation. He’s just been a little sporadic year to year and I’m not quite sure what we might get with him. One final minor concern is that 2019 was arguably his best season, and he easily posted his best K/9 mark of his career. I’d be a little concerned that trading for Sonny would be buying high. But he’s pitched well in the past, so if our coaching staff thinks they could work with him to only replicate the good he’s done in the past and not the bad, he could be a decent option.
Pittsburgh Pirates
There’s a couple of potential options on the Pirates. Starting with the biggest name, we have Chris Archer. Of course, Arch was fantastic with the Rays. But after around 4 years of regression each season, he’s become someone you’re wary of trusting for anything at all. Long gone are his days of sub-3, even sub-3.50 ERA ball. Last year he finished with a 5.19 ERA and 5.02 FIP over 120 innings. Statcast is not a huge fan of him, and he turned 31 this past September. Under contract for 2 more years (including $1.75 million buyout this year, and $250k buyout next year), he could be a mildly interesting project type to take on. I personally wouldn’t count on him for anything at this point as he’s gotten worse each of the past several seasons, but there is some track record of success, even if it’s now quite a ways removed. The Pirates should be in fire sale mode, so Archer could be one of the names teams looking for pitching may discuss.
Mitch Keller is my top target from the Pirates. I’ll say this early, I wouldn’t be surprised if the Pirates have no intention of moving him. After debuting last year, Keller is under control for a long time, and has been a top 20 prospect. At first glance his numbers are vomit-inducing, with a 7.13 ERA over 48 innings in the MLB last year. But a quick check against his FIP calms things down quickly- the FIP sat at just 3.19! Now, he does have less than 50 innings pitched in the bigs, so we’re not looking at large sample sizes here. But we shouldn’t let that 2019 ERA scare us off. For the same small sample size reasons, I don’t want to look too far into his Statcast numbers, but nothing jumps out at me as being overly worrisome. If the Pirates are open to moving him, I would be a huge fan of acquiring him. But as I said, that’s probably very unlikely. He’s their best bet at a top end pitcher they have, and his contract status affords them a lot of time to sit and wait on him. And even if the Pirates would trade him, he’d cost us a bundle. But I’d be interesting in kicking the tires with him to see if we can’t luck ourselves into a deal.
Another starter I’ll mention here is Jameson Taillon. This is a bit of a unique situation here because Taillon managed just 40 innings last year before ultimately undergoing Tommy John surgery in August. He very likely will not pitch in 2020. That said, if the Pirates will listen on him, now could be a great time to make a play. He was really solid before getting injured, posting a 3.48 FIP in 133 innings in 2017, and a 3.46 FIP in 191 innings in 2018. 2020 is his first year of arbitration, where he’s estimated to make a little over $2 million. He’ll then have 2 more years of arb left. This certainly could be a risky move, trading for someone who just had TJ surgery and won’t pitch at all in 2020. Obviously it’d be a move for a bit down the road. But I kinda like the potential idea of Taillon if he wouldn’t cost too much. And something like this isn’t completely unprecedented, as the Twins originally signed Michael Pineda to a 2-year deal knowing he’d miss the entire first year of that while rehabbing from TJ. Now it’s a bit different since Taillon of course is under contract with a different team already. But it’s the same idea, and could pay off in 2021 and beyond. This probably isn’t very likely either as the Pirates would be knowingly selling as low as they possibly could. But this could be a creative, outside of the box move that has potential to pay off down the road.
The last Pirates starter that I’ll touch on is Joe Musgrove. The 27-year old is entering his first arbitration year and will be under control through 2022. While his baseline numbers aren’t ultra impressive, they show that he has gotten fairly unlucky with the Pirates. His 2018 FIP was about half a run lower than his ERA, and it was an even bigger split last year, with a 3.82 FIP in comparison to a 4.44 ERA. Musgrove probably won’t be a frontline starter, but I do think he could slot in to the middle of the rotation, probably starting off as a #4 but with potential to turn into a great #3 or even a low end #2. u/TCSportsFan posted a nice writeup that goes more in depth with some of the reasons we could hope to get more out of Musgrove. He might be the most likely of the Pirates’ pitchers to be traded this offseason and could be a nice addition to the Twins.
Chicago Cubs
Finally, we have the Cubs. We’ve heard they’re looking to shed payroll, so there could be several options on the table for us here. Let’s start off with Yu Darvish. He is a bit older (33) and pricier (due $81 million over 4 years, though the Cubs could keep some of that in a potential trade) that we might prefer. There’s some performance and injury concerns as well. But, 2019 was a solid bounce back year for Darvish, who threw 180 innings of 3.98 ERA/4.18 FIP ball. His Statcast numbers may be slipping a bit, but they’re not too bad yet. There’s certainly no guarantee Darvish would provide us #1 pitching as the Cubs signed him to do, but given healthy, Darvish would certainly improve our rotation. One other complicating factor, Darvish does have a full no-trade clause so he’d have to approve any deal, and he seems to quite like where he’s at now. At any rate, the Twins should be looking closely at Darvish, because he could be one of the most likely impact arms that we could obtain.
Another guy from the Cubs that we could go after is Jose Quintana. With the White Sox, he was very consistently and wildly underrated for awhile. Around 2017, the year in which he was traded across Chicago, he stumbled a bit and has stayed a tier lower since then. Still, he’s been pretty solid. He’s pitched at least 170 innings in 6 straight seasons now, which covers his entire MLB career except his rookie season. Last season’s ERA was a career high at 4.68, but his FIP was significantly lower at 3.80, and his walk and strikeout rates have remained pretty much in line with his career totals. Statcast isn’t a huge fan of him, rating a bit below average in metrics such as hard hit percentage and xBA, which may give some pause as he’s turning 31 in January. Yet, he has just one season left on his contact at an affordable $10.5 million. That may make it not too beneficial for the Cubs to trade as they have a few higher contracts they could move, but alternatively it could make sense to trade Quintana as he’ll be a free agent after the coming season. Quintana isn’t a #1, but I see him as a capable #3 that would provide us with some good quality innings. It’d seem a little bit fitting, too, to have him return to the AL Central and help us best his former team. I’d definitely recommend the FO be looking closely at Quintana.
One final arm that the Twins could benefit from trading with the Cubs for his Kyle Hendricks. Hendricks isn’t as sexy a name as Darvish, or even Quintana, but he’s been nothing but consistent over his career. He’s pitched 175+ innings in all but his rookie season in 2014 and 2017 where he was injured for awhile and threw 133 innings. More impressively, he’s never finished a season with an ERA above 4.00, and only once finished with an ERA above 3.50. His career FIP, 3.53, is slightly above his 3.14 career ERA, but nothing drastic. He’s very good at limiting solid contact, ranking in the 97th percentile in opponent’s exit velo and in the 88th percentile in opponent’s hard hit percentage. It seems like he’s been around forever, but Hendricks just turned 30 earlier this month. I think he’d be a great fit in the middle of the Twins rotation. But, the Cubs signed him to a 5-year extension in March of this year, so it’s safe to assume they like having him around. It’d seem odd to sign someone to a 5-year extension in March and then trade the same player during the upcoming offseason, but you never know. I’d imagine the Cubs might try to move Darvish (owed more money) or Quintana (pending free agent) before Hendricks, but it’s hard to say. Hendricks is another solid arm in the Cubs rotation that the Twins would surely benefit from having.
So, there you have it. The NL Central has a lot of nice fits for our rotation, and several of the better ones we could go out and get. Out of this division, I think my ideal guy to get might be Kyle Hendricks based on his stability (assuming Mitch Keller is indeed not on the trading block), though I certainly wouldn’t be upset about getting Darvish or Quintana instead. Who do you like best from the NL Central?
Thanks for following along in this series! I’ll wrap this up with one more summary post to list all the names I think could be options, maybe ranking them in my order of preference as well.
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2019.11.21 06:18 THRILLHOIAF [COMETS HARVEST] Utica Comets (10-6-0-0) vs. Binghamton Devils (7-8-1-0)

THE COMETS HARVEST

 
Good evening Canucks Nation, it's time to check in on the Farm to see how their November is going!
 
oh…right
 
Well, tonight the Comets face off against familiar foe, the Binghamton Devils.
 
The Devils visit the Adirondack Bank Center off a 3-2 Loss to the Springfield Thunderbirds. The Comet's last outing saw them get out to an early two-goal lead over the Rochester Americans. Unfortunately, the Comets exhausted themselves early and went on to give up four straight unanswered goals to end up losing 4-3.
 
In theorem, the Comets will come into tonight's matchup well-rested and ready to take on a team whom they've only lost to, once, this season.
 
Against "Bingo" this season, the Comets have managed four wins and just one loss, while outscoring their opponent, 17 to 11, across those five games. The return of Reid Boucher should make goalscoring for this Comet's club a bit easier tonight.
 
Tonight, the Comets see the return of Carter Camper, who had missed the last eight games for the Comets with an upper-body injury. Camper's absence, as well as the call-ups of Graovac and Gaudette, meant the Comets were rolling with just one true-center. Here's hoping he hasn't lost a step and picks up right where he left off!
 
The Binghamton Devils don't have Corey Schneider in their lineup yet. Schneider had been given extra time to pack for his move to the minors, and thus wouldn't be in Utica for tonight's matchup. In net, however, is the New Jersey Devils, 217 5th round draft pick, Gilles Senn. To date, the Devils have played Evan Cormier or Louis Domingue against the Comets. But with Domingue's call-up to the Devils, Bingo has chosen to give their rookie netminder the start for tonight's action. The Comets should hit the inexperienced rookie quick and hard if they want to blow this game open early.
 
THE STARTING LINEUP
 
LW C RW
Goldobin (#77) Hamilton (#36) Boucher (#24)
Bailey (#95) Camper (#19) Lind (#13)
Perron (#27) Jasek (#9) Bancks (#34)
Arseneau (#18) Taylor (#14) Stevenson (#26)
LD RD
Brisebois (#55) Rafferty (#25)
Sautner (#6) Chatfield (#5)
Teves (#4) Blujus (#8)
G
Michael Di Pietro
 
Well, the center situation certainly looks better, and the wings aren't that bad either. Glad to see Josh Teves get slid back into the lineup. Teves made waves earlier this year when he led the AHL in +/-. Teves is still in the top-six of the league for that stat (yes I know it's a pretty useless stat by today's standards, but it's all we've got…for now…)
 
RE: INJURY REPORT
 
Injury Report -- --
Jonah Gadjovich(upper-body) Seamus Malone (arm) Olli Juolevi (not the knee)
 
Healthy Scratches -- -- --
Richard Bachman Stefan LeBlanc Tanner Sorenson Mitch Eliot
 

1st period

 
Comets in their home Whites
 
 

The Score at the end of the 1st period: 2-1 Comets

 
Certainly an action-filled period, but a messy one from the Comets. Way too many giveaways from the Comets for my liking to consider the lead they generated, "a healthy one." It seems like the Comets were barely hanging onto that period, thanks to the responsible defending of Brisebois and Rafferty. Di Pietro, once again, being asked to come up huge on more than one occasion for his team as they routinely allow the Devils to set up shop in point-blank range. Last time they had a two-to-one lead after the first period, they went on to give up three unanswered over the remaining two periods…Hopefully, that isn't the case tonight.
 

2nd Period

 
 

The Score at the end of the 2nd period: 3-3Tie

 
Again, messy. Comets out-chanced the Devils and outshot them 16 to 11 over twenty minutes of the second period — good job by the Comets to stop the bleeding with that tying goal midway through the second. Comets are doing good to pepper the rookie goaltender, Senn with shots, but he's been solid for the Devils tonight. Need to shore up on the giveaways if they want to break the tie in the third. MDP remains solid, despite the three goals-against. Comets defensive breakdowns have forced him to come up huge on multiple odd-man breaks for the Devils. That goal off of the Bailey giveaway is genuinely painful to watch.
 

3rd period

 
 

The Score at the end of the 3rd period: 4-4 Tie

 
Genuinely, an atrocious period of hockey for the Comets outside of that tiebreaking goal from Carter Bancks. Over the final 11 minutes of the game, the Devils outshot the Comets 13 to 3. Easily, 90% of those shots on goal were legit scoring chances too, not the fluttering shots from wherever that the Comets were throwing on Senn. Props to Di Pietro for keeping this 4-all; without him, I don't think this game reaches overtime.
 

Overtime

 
 

Final Score: 5-4 Binghamton Devils

 

Scoresheet

 
Period Team Goalscorer Primary assist helper type
1st Utica Francis Perron Brogan Rafferty Guillaume Brisebois 5v5
1st Binghamton Brett Seney -- -- 5v5
1st Utica Nikolay Goldobin Brogan Rafferty -- PPG
2nd Binghamton Brett Seney Joey Anderson Ben Street 5v5
2nd Binghamton Chris Conner -- -- 5v5
2nd Utica Vincent Arseneau Carter Bancks Carter Camper 5v5
3rd Utica Carter Bancks Dylan Blujus Dyson Stevenson 5v5
3rd Binghamton Brandon Baddock Micahel McLeod Julian Melchiori 5v5
OT Binghamton Egor Sharangovich Ryan Schmelzer Dakota Mermis 3v3
 

Takeaways

 
 

Comets Three Stars

 
The Comets Trajectory?
 
The Comets return this Friday for a weekend roadie double-header when they face off against the Laval Rocket. The Alex Burrows coached (assistant) Rocket sit 3rd in the AHL's North Division, two points above the Comets. The Rocket has had a near inverse month of November, as they've gone 7-1-2-0 in their past ten, compared to the Comets 3-6-1-0. Fingers crossed the Comets can shore up on some of the defensive lapses that plagued tonight's game against the Devils before this critical back-to-back tilt.
 
I'm catching up with friends Friday night, so I'll likely have the recap out Saturday morning, or a double-digest out on Sunday.
 
As always, if you want to read up on this Comets Harvest or the 2018-19 Farmies editions, you can find them all at my Comets Harvest Blog here
 
If you want more Comets coverage from yours truly, you can now find MORE of my writing at thesinbin.net
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2019.11.05 23:58 The_Escalation 2019 ABC Holiday Schedule

All times EASTERN
SUNDAY, NOV. 17
AMERICA’S FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS – “3008” – It’s a Thanksgiving celebration on “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” including a woman who is grossed out by having to prepare a turkey for dinner and a little boy who is thankful for dinosaurs; plus, selfies gone wrong and people getting scared. (7:00-8:00 p.m.)
KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS – “Turkey in Space” – In a special Thanksgiving-themed episode, Tiffany shares her favorite Turkey Day traditions and films an infomercial for “Gobble Gobble Wrapping Paper” with kids who frantically gift wrap everything from Thanksgiving leftovers to a live turkey. Later, Tiffany and an 8-year-old girl pitch movie ideas to her big shot Hollywood director friend Jack McBrayer (“30 Rock”). (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
TUESDAY, NOV. 19
THE CONNERS – “Slappy Holidays” – Chaos ensues when Dan finally gets the entire family together for Thanksgiving dinner. Mixed feelings about the Lunch Box continue to build tension in the house, and Harris makes an unexpected move. Guest starring is Eliza Bennett as Odessa. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20
THE GOLDBERGS – “Angst-Giving” – Even though Beverly’s patience with Pop Pop is put to the test due to his endless Thanksgiving demands, she is able to put aside her own feelings to help heal the long-standing rift between Murray and Pop Pop. Meanwhile, Barry and Erica are ready to return home for the holiday, but Uncle Marvin accidentally drives them to Pittsburgh. Marvin attempts to make it right not knowing if they will make it to Jenkintown in time to celebrate the holiday. Judd Hirsch and Dan Fogler return to guest star as Pop Pop and Uncle Marvin, respectively. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
SCHOOLED – “Friendsgiving” – CB celebrates Thanksgiving by having all of William Penn rally around him after a cooking incident at his house, while the alumni faculty football game brings out the competitive sides of Wilma and Coach Mellor. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
MODERN FAMILY – “The Last Thanksgiving” – Cameron and Mitchell’s friends mistakenly assume they have split up and have definitely chosen a side, and Haley attempts to cook Thanksgiving dinner as a thank you for Claire and Phil’s support with the twins. Meanwhile, Jay invites Phil and Dylan out to fly his model plane, and Phil thinks this is his chance to reclaim his dignity after their first outing 10 years ago went so wrong. (9:00-9:31 p.m.)
SINGLE PARENTS – “Every Thursday Should Be Like This” – When Will gets busy cooking Thanksgiving dinner at Douglas’ home, he asks Angie to hang out with Tracy Freeze (guest star Jama Williamson). Angie reluctantly does so, only to realize that Tracy is actually wonderful, except for a secret she’s keeping from Will. Meanwhile, Miggy shows up to Thanksgiving dinner with the kids’ teacher, Ms. Pronstroller (Sarah Yarkin), as his date, and he enlists Douglas’ assistance in helping them form an in-person connection, given all of their previous communication has been via texts, DMs and memes. (9:31-10:00 p.m.)
STUMPTOWN – “November Surprise” – Dex goes undercover after she is hired by a local politician to dig up dirt on his political opponent. Meanwhile, Grey and Liz’s romance continues, and Dex celebrates Friendsgiving with the group. (10:00-11:00 p.m.)
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27
A CHARLIE BROWN THANKSGIVING – In the 1973 special, “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving,” created by late cartoonist Charles M. Schulz, Charlie Brown wants to do something special for the gang. However, the dinner he arranges is a disaster when the caterers, Snoopy and Woodstock, prepare toast and popcorn as the main dish. Humiliated, it will take all of Marcie’s persuasive powers to salvage the holiday for Charlie Brown. A special bonus cartoon from Charles M. Schulz, “This Is America, Charlie Brown: The Mayflower Voyagers,” will air with the Peanuts classic, in which history comes to animated screen life in a captivating and informative program about the Mayflower voyagers. The special will air with Spanish audio via SAP. In “This Is America, Charlie Brown: The Mayflower Voyagers,” the year is 1620. After 65 grueling, sea-tossed days, the Pilgrims are in view of America’s shores – and Charlie Brown and the Peanuts crew are with them as they experience firsthand the lifestyle of the early settlers and celebrate the first Thanksgiving. (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
THURSDAY, NOV. 28
THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY: MAGICAL HOLIDAY CELEBRATION – “The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration” kicks off the holiday season on ABC. Join celebrity hosts as they present the two-hour prime-time special on Thanksgiving night from Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California. This magical celebration will feature musical performances with some of today’s top artists among a flurry of Disney holiday entertainment. During the prime-time special, viewers will also be treated to several Disney Parks sneak peeks, including a behind-the-scenes look into future attractions coming to Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California. Hosts and performers to be confirmed at a later date. (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
SUNDAY, DEC. 1
SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN’ TO TOWN – In the perennial favorite created in 1970 by Rankin-Bass Productions (“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “Frosty the Snowman”), Fred Astaire narrates this timeless tale of Kris Kringle (Mickey Rooney), a young boy with an immense desire to do good things for others. The vocal cast features Mickey Rooney as Kris Kringle; Keenan Wynn as Winter; Paul Frees as Burgermeister Meisterburger, Grimsby, the soldiers and the townsmen; Joan Gardner as Tanta Kringle; Robie Lester as Jessica and Andrea Sacino; Dina Lynn, Gary White and Greg Thomas as the children. (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
MONDAY, DEC. 2
THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT FIGHT – Season Premiere – “701/704” – ‘Tis the season for ABC’s immensely popular decorating competition series, “The Great Christmas Light Fight,” which continues to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with celebrity judges—lifestyle expert Carter Oosterhouse and famed interior designer Taniya Nayak. Season seven of the holiday hit will once again showcase the most extravagant and utterly spectacular Christmas displays America has to offer! In each one-hour episode, four families with dazzling household displays will compete to win $50,000 and the coveted Light Fight trophy. (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
TUESDAY, DEC. 3
CMA COUNTRY CHRISTMAS – Trisha Yearwood will host and perform on the 10th annual “CMA Country Christmas.” The two-hour music celebration features a night filled with Christmas classics and festive one-of-a-kind collaborations by Yearwood, Kristin Chenoweth, for KING & COUNTRY, Chris Janson, Tori Kelly, Lady Antebellum, Rascal Flatts, Runaway June, CeCe Winans, Brett Young and Chris Young. “CMA Country Christmas” is a production of the Country Music Association. Robert Deaton is the executive producer. (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
THURSDAY, DEC. 5
A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS – Celebrate the joy of the holidays with the classic animated Christmas-themed PEANUTS special, “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” created by the late cartoonist Charles M. Schulz. In the digitally remastered 1965 special, Charlie Brown complains about the overwhelming materialism that he sees everywhere during the Christmas season. Lucy suggests that he become director of the school Christmas pageant and Charlie Brown accepts, but it proves to be a frustrating struggle. When an attempt to restore the proper spirit with a forlorn little fir Christmas tree fails, Charlie Brown needs Linus’ help to learn what the real meaning of Christmas is. In addition, another PEANUTS special based on the works of Charles Schulz, “Charlie Brown’s Christmas Tales,” will also air with the Emmy®-winning classic. (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
SAME TIME, NEXT CHRISTMAS – In this original holiday film, Olivia Anderson (played by Lea Michele) is a successful young woman who met her childhood sweetheart during her family’s annual Christmas visit to Hawaii. After being separated by distance and years, the two reunite at the same Hawaiian resort years later, and the old chemistry between them flares up anew—but circumstances conspire to keep them apart. “Same Time, Next Christmas” stars Lea Michele as Olivia Anderson, Charles Michael Davis as Jeff Williams, Bryan Greenberg as Gregg Harris, George Newbern as Woody Anderson, Nia Vardalos as Faye Anderson, Phil Morris as Alec Williams and Dannah Lockett as Madelyn Williams. (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
MONDAY, DEC. 9
THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT FIGHT – “703/706” – “The Great Christmas Light Fight” showcases the most extravagant and utterly spectacular Christmas displays America has to offer! (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
TUESDAY, DEC. 10
THE CONNERS – “Smoking Penguins and Santa on Santa action” – Dan is disappointed when everyone but Becky forgets about his birthday. Meanwhile, Darlene is faced with another issue, and Dan excludes Jackie from the family Christmas Santa photo for mistreating Louise. Guest starring is Katey Sagal as Louise, Jay R. Ferguson as Ben and James Pickens Jr. as Chuck. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
BLESS THIS MESS – “Goose Glazing Time” – Mike and Rio are thrilled about having their first Christmas alone together as a married couple, but a wrench is thrown into their romanticized holiday plans as they are interrupted by crisis after crisis. Meanwhile, Kay invites Beau home for Christmas so that they can give Jacob a proper holiday. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
MIXED-ISH – “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” – Alicia and Paul strive to maintain their winter solstice traditions from the commune, but their parents want to have a more traditional Christmas with the kids. Meanwhile, Alicia’s dad, Lynwood (guest star Richard Lawson), competes with Harrison to be the kids’ favorite grandad. (9:00-9:30 p.m.)
BLACK-ISH – “Father Christmas” – Pops doesn’t do Christmas, so when he shows up to the house full of holiday cheer with Lynette (Loretta Devine), Dre is thrown off. Pops wants to make up for lost time and go all out this Christmas. The whole family gets into the holiday spirit until someone from Lynette’s past shows up. Anthony Anderson directed the episode. (9:30-10:00 p.m.)
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11
THE GOLDBERGS – “It’s a Wonderful Life” – Hoping to outdo the Kremp family, Beverly decides the Goldbergs must do an even better family holiday card, but Geoff is surprised he is not invited to be in the photo. Meanwhile, a pranking war with Barry and JTP quickly spirals out of control. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
MODERN FAMILY – “The Last Christmas” – Cameron is hoping to keep everyone happy for their annual Christmas dinner, but Mitchell is suspicious he is hiding an ulterior motive. Meanwhile, Claire tries to dodge Jay’s job offer to work at his dog bed company and Luke has to deal with the consequences of kissing Manny’s ex-girlfriend, Sherri. (9:00-9:31 p.m.)
SINGLE PARENTS – “Good Holidays to You” – When Graham writes a letter to Santa asking for either a white Christmas or to meet his father, Angie goes on a mission to find snow in Southern California with the help of Will and Sophie. Meanwhile, after Rory, Emma and Amy find out that Poppy and Douglas are romantically involved, the kids use this knowledge to their advantage to guilt their parents into buying them more Christmas presents. (9:31-10:00 p.m.)
THURSDAY, DEC. 12
OLAF’S FROZEN ADVENTURE – In “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure,” Olaf (voice of Josh Gad) teams up with Sven on a merry mission. It’s the first holiday season since the gates reopened and Anna (voice of Kristen Bell) and Elsa (voice of Idina Menzel) host a celebration for all of Arendelle. When the townspeople unexpectedly leave early to enjoy their individual holiday customs, the sisters realize they have no family traditions of their own. So, Olaf sets out to comb the kingdom to bring home the best traditions, and save Anna and Elsa’s “first Christmas in forever.” “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure” features the original cast of Arendelle characters, including Olaf, voiced by Josh Gad (“Marshall,” “Book of Mormon”); Anna, voiced by Kristen Bell (“Frozen,” “Bad Moms”); Elsa, voiced by Idina Menzel (Broadway’s “Wicked,” “Rent” and “If/Then”; Fox’s “Glee”); and Kristoff, voiced by Jonathan Groff (Broadway’s “Hamilton,” Netflix’s “Mindhunter”). (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
TOY STORY THAT TIME FORGOT – Pixar Animation Studios’ special for television, “Toy Story That Time Forgot,” features your favorite characters from the “Toy Story” films. During a post-Christmas play date, the “Toy Story” gang finds themselves in uncharted territory when the coolest set of action figures ever turn out to be dangerously delusional. It’s all up to Trixie the triceratops if the gang hopes to return to Bonnie’s room in this “Toy Story That Time Forgot.” The cast includes Tom Hanks as Woody, Tim Allen as Buzz, Kristen Schaal as Trixie, Kevin McKidd (“Grey’s Anatomy”) as Reptillus Maximus, Wallace Shawn as Rex, Timothy Dalton as Mr. Pricklepants, Don Rickles as Mr. Potato Head and Joan Cusack as Jessie. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
THE GREAT AMERICAN BAKING SHOW: HOLIDAY EDITION – Season Premiere – “Cake and Bread Week” – On your marks, get set, bake! The most festive and friendliest competition on television returns with hosts Emma Bunton (Spice Girls) and Anthony “Spice” Adams, and judges Paul Hollywood (“The Great British Baking Show”) and three-time James Beard Award-winning pastry chef Sherry Yard. The heat is on when 10 bakers enter the tent in the two-hour season five premiere of “The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition.” Based on the hit U.K. series “The Great British Baking Show,” “The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition” features bakers from across the country battling through 24 total challenges with six challenges throughout each two-hour themed episode, all in the hopes of being crowned “America’s Best Amateur Baker.” (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
FRIDAY, DEC. 13
AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE – “The Bromance Before Christmas” – Katie looks forward to sharing her favorite childhood Christmas tradition with Taylor, but a surprise visit from her mom, Kathryn (Wendie Malick), threatens her holiday cheer. Meanwhile, Greg is blindsided by Katie’s good intentions; and to make matters worse, Oliver and Anna-Kat break a family heirloom. (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
FRESH OFF THE BOAT – “Jessica Town” – Jessica is thriving in the merriment of Christmas, the time of year she takes full control of the household and everything is perfect until Louis does the unthinkable—tries to help, turning her Christmas dream into a holiday nightmare. Meanwhile, Eddie, Emery and Evan find themselves on the naughty list for breaking an expensive gift, which might just require the assistance of elves, or Grandma Huang, to fix. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
SUNDAY, DEC. 15
THE SOUND OF MUSIC – ABC will air the Rodgers & Hammerstein cinematic treasure “The Sound of Music.” Celebrate the Oscar®-winning classic with popular favorites “Edelweiss,” ”My Favorite Things,” “Climb Every Mountain,” “Do-Re-Mi,” “Sixteen Going on Seventeen,” “The Lonely Goatherd” and “The Sound of Music.” (7:00-11:00 p.m.)
MONDAY, DEC. 16
THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT FIGHT – Season Finale – “702/705” – “The Great Christmas Light Fight” showcases the most extravagant and utterly spectacular Christmas displays America has to offer! (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17
SHREK THE HALLS – DreamWorks Animation’s “Shrek the Halls,” a half-hour of entertainment starring America’s favorite ogre and his friends, features the voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz and Antonio Banderas. Just when Shrek thought he could finally sit back, relax and enjoy his happily ever after with his new family, the most joyous of all holidays arrives. It’s Christmas Eve and everyone is filled with holiday cheer—except for Shrek. He isn’t exactly the picture of yuletide joy, but for the sake of Fiona and the kids, he tries to get into the spirit of things as only an ogre can. Unfortunately, everyone seems to have their own ideas about what Christmas is all about, so when Donkey, Puss In Boots, Gingerbread Man and the whole gang try to join in on the fun, Shrek’s plans for a cozy family celebration end up spiraling into one truly unforgettable Christmas. (9:30-10:00 p.m.)
THURSDAY, DEC. 19
DISNEY PREP & LANDING – Walt Disney Animation Studios brings you a half-hour holiday special tale of an elite unit of elves known as Prep & Landing. After working tirelessly on Prep & Landing for 227 years, an elf named Wayne is upset when he doesn’t receive an expected promotion to be the Director of Naughty List Intelligence. Instead, Magee, the North Pole Christmas Eve Command Center Coordinator (NPCECCC for short), partners Wayne with Lanny, an idealistic rookie who has an undying enthusiasm for Christmas. During their Christmas Eve mission, Wayne and Lanny encounter unexpected challenges that push them to their limits. Will the elves be able to guide Dasher, Dancer and the rest of the reindeer pulling Santa’s sleigh through a raging snowstorm to ensure a merry Christmas for all? (8:00-8:30 p.m.)
DISNEY PREP & LANDING 2: NAUGHTY VS. NICE – The yuletide adventures of Christmas elves Lanny and Wayne continue. With the Big 2-5 fast approaching, Wayne and Lanny must race to recover classified North Pole technology that has fallen into the hands of a computer-hacking Naughty Kid! Desperate to prevent Christmas from descending into chaos, Wayne seeks out the foremost Naughty Kid expert to aid in the mission, a bombastic member of the Coal Elf Brigade who also happens to be his estranged brother, Noel. (8:30-9:00 p.m.)
THE GREAT AMERICAN BAKING SHOW: HOLIDAY EDITION – “Spice and Dessert Week” – Eight bakers return to the tent this week. First up, “Spice Week” with the bakers challenged to create sweet and savory creations using spices. From cinnamon to saffron, the bakers put their best spice flavor combinations together. “Dessert Week” has the bakers creating delicious delicacies like cakes and cookies, including one of Paul Hollywood’s toughest challenges yet! (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
SUNDAY, DEC. 22
I WANT A DOG FOR CHRISTMAS, CHARLIE BROWN – “I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown” centers on ReRun, the lovable but ever-skeptical younger brother of Linus and Lucy. It’s Christmas vacation and, as usual, ReRun’s big sister is stressing him out, so he decides to turn to his best friend, Snoopy, for amusement and holiday cheer. However, his faithful but unpredictable beagle companion has plans of his own, giving ReRun reason to ask Snoopy to invite his canine brother, Spike, for a visit. The cast of “I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown!” includes Jimmy Bennett as ReRun, Adam Taylor Gordon as Charlie Brown, Ashley Rose Orr as Lucy Van Pelt, Corey Padnos as Linus Van Pelt, Hannah Leigh Dworkin as Sally, Nick Price as Schroeder, Jake Miner as Pig Pen/Franklin, Kaitlyn Maggio as the little girl and Bill Melendez as Snoopy. (7:00-8:00 p.m.)
KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS – On a special holiday episode, Tiffany chats with the kids about their favorite holiday traditions. Later, Tiffany plays Santa’s helper to find out who is on the "Nice List,” and celebrates an 8-year-old magician who proves that big tricks can come in small packages. (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
THE YEAR: 2019 – ABC NEWS – “The Year: 2019” (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 25
DISNEY PARKS MAGICAL CHRISTMAS DAY PARADE – “Disney Parks Magical Christmas Day Parade” continues Disney’s annual Christmas morning celebration tradition, on ABC. Join celebrity hosts for the two-hour Christmas day special as they follow the famous Christmas Day Parade down Main Street U.S.A., featuring performances by some of today’s top artists across Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California. Also during the Christmas Day Parade, viewers will be treated to several Disney Parks sneak peeks, including a behind-the-scenes look into future attractions coming to Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California. Hosts and performers to be confirmed at a later date. (10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.)
THURSDAY, DEC. 26
HAPPY NEW YEAR, CHARLIE BROWN – ABC and the PEANUTS gang will ring in the new year with the animated PEANUTS special “Happy New Year, Charlie Brown,” created by late cartoonist Charles M. Schulz, along with “She’s a Good Skate, Charlie Brown.” In “Happy New Year, Charlie Brown,” the PEANUTS gang is ringing in 1986, and Marcie and Peppermint Patty are throwing a big New Year’s Eve bash. Charlie Brown plans to celebrate the holiday by curling up with a big book that weighs nearly as much as he does, Tolstoy’s “War and Peace.” The book’s weight doesn’t stop him from lugging it to Lucy’s pre-party dance class, where he cuts a mean rug with a rollicking Patty. With just 1131 pages to go, Charlie Brown takes another break, this time for the party, and summons the courage to invite his true love, the little red-haired girl. She doesn’t respond, but hapless Chuck shows up anyway—with Tolstoy in tow. Then, he settles down with the book—on a porch swing in a snowstorm—and in so doing, misses the evening’s big surprise. In “She’s a Good Skate, Charlie Brown,” disaster strikes as Peppermint Patty heads to her first major ice-skating competition with coach Snoopy and faithful companion, Marcie, by her side. As always, the unassuming Woodstock flies in to save the day (8:00-9:00 p.m.)
THE GREAT AMERICAN BAKING SHOW: HOLIDAY EDITION – “Pastry and Cookie Week” – The bakers are back and this week they are challenged to create deliciously flaky and flavorful pastries, as well as holiday cookies perfect for any Christmas celebration. (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
MONDAY, DEC. 31
DICK CLARK’S PRIMETIME NEW YEAR’S ROCKIN’ EVE WITH RYAN SEACREST 2020 – (Beginning at 8 p.m.)
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2
THE GREAT AMERICAN BAKING SHOW: HOLIDAY EDITION – Season Finale – “Semi-Final and Final” – The final five bakers remain. With six challenges ahead for these contestants to wow the judges, the pressure is greater than ever before. In the end, only one can be named “America’s Best Amateur Baker.” Find out who wins on the season finale of “The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition.” (9:00-11:00 p.m.)
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2019.10.10 20:15 YaboyRipTide Ranking the First 11 Finest Cards (In-Depth and Long)

Hello All! I sat down and looked hard at ALL the attributes, positions, as well as potential completion at those positions and compiled an in-depth ranking to all 11 of the finest cards. I will preface this by saying that all of these cards are good in their own roles. Whether it be just a bench bat or a full-time starter, all of these cards are high OVR diamonds and are going to really help your team in some way or another. I am going to ruffle some feathers as many people are going to be offended that their team’s guy isn’t top 3. Tough noodles. This is just my opinion and I know that MANY of you are going to disagree. So instead of flaming me and saying “lol trash” let me know WHY my list is trash. I put way more time then I am willing to admit to making this list so a somewhat thoughtful and coherent reply would be appreciated :)

11. 1B Daniel Vogelbach- Word on the street is that he has a nice swing and rakes. That’s cute and all, but I'm not looking at fiction I’m looking at straight facts. I will admit that he is a Lefty bat that has MASSIVE power against Righties and solid power against Lefties. The downfall of this card is that is kinda it. He has weak contact against both hands and has pretty low vision and clutch (does that really even do anything tho?). His fielding is silver which is a plus, but at the end of the day, common fielders are gold glovers at 1st this year. Also, there is some guy named Frank Thomas who is free.


  1. SP Matthew Boyd- Tough year tigers fans. Tough year. I would know, Im an Orioles fan! Despite the bad year, Matthew Boyd played well enough to get himself a sexy Finest Card! At first glance, the card doesn’t look all that bad! A lefty pitcher with 20 mph splits on his pitches, 102 K/9, 97 break. After you look into it more it gets a little worse. He only has 82 H/9 and a horrible 48 H9 H9 is no longer really used for anything. He also doesn’t throw all that hard, and from personal experience, I tend to hit slower pitchers a lot better than flame-throwers. Look its not a terrible card and he will be pretty decent on some of the lower levels, but as you move up in the rankings his low H9 is going to kill you.


  1. (3B) Brian Anderson- Marlins fans rejoice! Brian Anderson is the 9th best card in my personal opinion. Why? Because he is solid at everything, but not great at anything really. He has good power vs Lefties and strong contact vs righties to go along with pretty good vision, but his other hitting stats leave a lot to be desired. I feel that most of his value is in his versatility and his ability to play any position. He has gold fielding and a decently strong arm and can play 3B, 1B, 2B, and both corner outfields. He will be a good defensive replacement if you ever need one and he is just a good guy to have on the bench who can play nearly everywhere. For lower-tier teams, just like Senzel, he will be great as he can fill any hole you might have.


  1. RF Shohei Ohtani-A slightly disappointing year for Sho Time as we never got to see him pitch due to Tommy John Surgery. Don’t let this ranking fool you as he is going to be a very good card for many out there. He has great hitting stats (with the exception of 73 power vs lefties) and has the incredibly strong arm (98 arm strength) you want from your right fielder. His major downside is his bad fielding. At 67, he is going to misplay quite a few balls for you in the field. Although his fielding is low, I want to believe that his 74 speed will help him make a few more plays than someone else. The face that Gwynn is also free hurts Sho Time’s ranking a little more.


  1. RF Trey Mancini- Boom Boom Mancini’s 2019 campaign started out very strong, he cooled off after the first few months, then he rallied strongly to end the year. Mancini is the best pure hitter of the cards that were released yesterday. Period. The only “downside” to his hitting is that his vision is only 91. His major downside is his 50 speed, 60 fielding, and 59 arm strength. Because of this, he is much better off playing at one of his secondary positions of 1st base and the added bonus of all 3 OF positions and 1B is a plus. He is a big dude at 6’4 215 and should play very similar to Frank, Pete, and other massive, but low fielding 1B. Big Frank Thomas is free and that is the big thing keeping Boom Boom card so low. Disclaimer: Slight Bias here potentially.


  1. LF Mike Yastrzemski- Like Grandfather, like grandson. Yaz is going to be a great outfielder for many people out there, especially Giants fans. He has good hitting stats across the board (82/119 contact, 98/89 power), besides his very low vision. He is a gold fielder and has solid speed to be able to track down balls in left. His slightly weaker arm and vision kept him out of the number 5 spot. He should be a very good top of the lineup hitter and bring good defense addition to your outfield.


  1. SS Bo Bichette- Kevin will be proud of this baby. Bo had a strong rookie campaign that ended with him being selected as the Blue Jays’ Finest card. He is an absolute lefty KILLER with 125 Contact and 104 Power vs lefties to go along with strong 94/86 splits vs righties. His 92 vision really helps bring this card up and he is the second-best hitter of the 7 the base cards released yesterday. His 78 defense and 82 leaves a bit to be desired, but it is JUST enough to play shortstop. If you don’t like his fielding too much, go ahead and play hit at 2B where his fielding and arm strength will be a little more masked.


  1. RF Bryce Harper- Umm this card is….uh….the card art is nice? Honestly, this card is (in my opinion) one of the worst of all the finest because it just wasn’t needed. I understand that this was all a vote and there wasn’t really anyone else to vote for, but man this card doesn’t really bring a lot new to the table. The cover boy’s 95 is arguably just as good, if not better than the 97. I did not put this at 11 as, on paper, it is better than all of the previous cards. However, when you look at his 95, the only big advantage this card has over it is fielding and vision. That is it. The 95 has better hitting stats imo and has better arm strength for RF. If you like Bryce, don’t waste your stubs and stick the 95. If you don’t like Bryce, well then just save the time and don’t do the Partner Moments.


  1. 3B Rafael Devers- Tough decision here but I believe that Devers is at 3. He is a GREAT lefty bag at 3rd with amazing contact and power against righties at 119/100. His Lefty splits are not as good, but they are still solid at 89/75. This card is really aided by its 110 vision, which will make Devers a great hitter on HOF and Legend. The only real thing holding Devers down is his fielding. A silver fielder with meh arm strength and bad reactions really hurts him at the hot corner. Although they are vastly different types of 3rd basement, Brooks Robinson is available for free.


2.RP Kirby Yates- Hot Take: Kirby Yates isn’t the best player in Part 1 of the Finest. Don’t get me wrong he is an outstanding pitcher with great attributes. I mean you can’t get much better than 113 and 125 Hits/Ks per 9 on top of 99 H9. He has some of the best ratings in the game for a RP. His major downfall is his pitch speeds. As I mentioned before, I tend to hit lower velocity pitchers much better than flame-throwers. Kirby just doesn’t throw all that hard and his pitch speeds are HORRIBLE. He has a 4 seam, slider, splitter, and 2 seam. The slider and splitter are thrown only 1mph difference (87 and 86) and his 4 and 2 seam is also only 1mph different (94 and 93). A great pitcher, but his stuff is all mostly the same speed, and those speeds are very hittable.


  1. 3B Matt Chapman- Brooks Robinson is a level 100 card. Brooks Robinson is the best fielder in the game. Brooks Robinson is regarded as the worst of the 5 level bosses because he seems to get weak contact anytime he hits the ball. It seems as if he only ever pops up. Brooks Robinson has tremendous contact and vision, but weak power and low exit velocities. If you took Brooks and flipped his power and contact around, you would literally get Finest Matt Chapman. Matt Chapman has incredible power at 97/109 with weak contact at 82/72, while still maintaining a decent vision at 92. This card will absolutely dominate for you online and should hit plenty of missiles. Sure there might be better pure hitters at 3rd like Donaldson, Chipper and maybe even Brett, but I think that Chapman is the best "defensive-first" player that the position has and is easily the best out of part 1 of Finest.
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2019.09.29 04:21 THRILLHOIAF [COMETS PRESEASON] Utica Comets vs. Binghamton Devils

Pre-Season on the Farm

 
Good weekend to you all in Canucks land, we are just DAYS away from the regular season FINALLY starting, but before we get to the games that matter, it’s time to recap some games that absolutely DON’T! Yessir, it’s AHL preseason, where tonight, the Comets farm team pits its ECHL PTO’s and young guns against the Binghamton Devils in a key tilt that will determine who’s done a better job shaking off the rust and the cobwebs, in preparation for another grueling season in the AHL’s North Division!
 
Tonight will be a slightly different format, as tonight I will be joined by papertoonie between periods and post-game, as we pontificate this rag-tag group of hockey players.
 

Starting Lineup

 
LW C RW
Boucher Camper Lind
Gadjovich Hamilton Perron
Bancks Leier Arseneau
Sadowy Sorenson Stevenson
LD RD
Teves Sautner
Rafferty Petgrave
LeBlanc Eliot
G
Zane McIntyre
 
 
RE: INJURY REPORT
 
Injury Report --
Lukas Jasek Seamus Malone
Foot Arm
 
Healthy Scratches -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Frye Chatfield Blujus Iacopelli Thow MacEwen Burmaster Kielly Edmondson Juolevi Bailey
 

1st period

 
Comets in Blue
 
 

Score at the end of the 1st period: 2-1 Binghamton Devils

  A papertoonie for your thoughts!
The team was all over the place throughout the period; other than a few rushes up ice, they had almost no possession or control. McIntyre played really good and was the only one to stand out but he simply had no help from his team to start. Ugly defense and some bad turnovers left McIntyre having to come up big on more than a few occasions. Any sustained pressure the Comets had in the offensive zone was not controlled and just ended up with a lot of puck chasing as each player took turns turning over the puck at a rapid pace. The Devil's had lots of good controlled sustained pressure in the Comets zone. Penalty killing was brutal; I just have nothing good to say about the 1st period for the Comets other than McIntyre and a few flashes here and there.
 

2nd Period

 
 

Score at the end of the 2nd period: 3-1 Binghamton Devils

  A papertoonie for your thoughts!
More of the same, as the Comets look messy, while the Devil's dominate in possession once again. From about 14 minutes in till the end of the period I think the Comets spent around 70-80% of the time in their own end. The powerplay didn't look terrible, but there was once instance where a shot from Brogan Rafferty was taken when it probably shouldn’t have, which lead to a Devil's breakaway which put all the pressure on McIntyre to come up huge.
 

3rd Period

 
 

Final Score: 4-3 Binghamton Devils

 

Scoresheet

 
Period Team Goalscorer Primary assist helper type
1st Utica Matt Pegrave Jonah Gadjovich -- 5v5
1st Binghamton Ben Street -- -- PPG
1st Binghamton Joey Anderson -- -- PPG
3rd Binghamton Ben Street -- -- PPG
3rd Utica Francis Perron Jonah Gadjovich Stefan LeBlanc 5v5
3rd Binghamton Marian Studenic Ara Nazarian -- 5v5
3rd Utica Carter Camper Kole Lind -- 6v5
 

Preseason Player Pontification

 
papertoonie says
Lind had some good chances, some fancy plays, but didn’t play too crazy, his late game takeaway to setup the Camper goal was very smooth
papertoonie says
Decent defensive play and was probably the best defender for the first 2 periods of the game
papertoonie says
Won some battles on the boards and managed to setup a few players from there but wasn’t able to make much of it
papertoonie says
Didn’t notice him a whole lot in the first 2 periods, he was mediocre and had a few flashes and looked to be one of the few guys who was ACTUALLY trying; could be a great addition to the Comets
papertoonie says
Didn’t do well getting the puck out of the zone successfully and took a bad penalty alongside one really bad giveaway …overall not a great night for Teves
 
Thanks for tuning in to such a mean-nothing recap guys, and special shoutout to papertoonie for helping me between the periods! This season ought to be quite exciting for the Comets, its hard to take anything from AHL PRESEASON TOO seriously, but I think their ought to be some pretty solid storylines throughout this season, especially when the Canucks make their final cuts and waiver transactions! Monday ought to be QUITE exciting!
 
Well Canucks nation, this has been the first edition of the Farmies for 2019-20 and I hope to see you all back here October 5th for the start of the AHL regular season where things start to REALLY heat up!
 
You can also catch me on theSinBin.net’s “In the Corners” podcast this Monday where I’ll discuss the season outlook for the Comets and the rest of the AHL’s eastern conference!
There might be some other things cooking with the SinBin too so stay tuned 
 
As always, if you want to read up on this Farmies or past Farmies editions you can find them all at my Farmies Blog here
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  176. A History of Psychology: A Global Perspective, 2nd Edition: Eric Shiraev
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  236. Information Technology Project Management, 9th Edition: Kathy Schwalbe
  237. Technical Communication: A Practical Approach, 8th Edition: William S. Pfeiffer and Kaye A. Adkins
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  242. Criminology: The Essentials, 3rd Edition: Anthony Walsh & Cody Jorgensen
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  244. Introduction to Java Programming, Brief Version 11th Edition : Y. Daniel Liang
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  315. Abnormal Psychology, 6th Canadian Edition: Gordon L. Flett ;& Nancy L. Kocovski &; Gerald C. Davison &; John M. Neale
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  322. Ecological Restoration, 1st Edition: Susan M. Galatowitsch
  323. Business Law, 10th Edition: Henry R. Cheeseman
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  325. American Stories: A History of the United States, Volume 1 (What's New in History), 4th Edition: H. W. Brands &, T. H. Breen &, R. Hal Williams &, Ariela J Gross
  326. Forest Measurements, 5th Edition: Thomas Eugene Avery & Harold E. Burkhart
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  332. Cognitive Neuroscience: The Biology of the Mind, 4th Edition: Michael S. Gazzaniga & , Richard B. Ivry & George R. Mangun
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  336. A First Course in Differential Equations, The Classic 5th Edition : Dennis G. Zill
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  339. Campbell Biology: Concepts & Connections, 8th Edition: Jane B. Reece &, Martha R. Taylor & Eric J. Simon & Jean L. Dickey & Kelly A. Hogan
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  347. Environmental Ethics for the Long Term: An Introduction: John Nolt
  348. Gender: Psychological Perspectives, 7th edition: Linda Brannon
  349. Living Philosophy: A Historical Introduction to Philosophical Ideas, 2nd Edition: Lewis Vaughn
  350. Law and Society, 5th Canadian Edition: Steven Vago & Adie Nelson & Veronica Nelson & Steven E. Barkan
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  20. Organizational Behavior, 1st Edition: Afsaneh Nahavandi & Robert B. Denhardt & Janet V. Denhardt & Maria P.
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  22. Corrections in America: An Introduction (14th Edition): Harry E. Allen & ‎ Edward J. Latessa & ‎ Bruce S. Ponder
  23. Fundamentals of Construction Estimating, 4th Edition:David Pratt
  24. Psychology Around Us, Canadian Edition, 2nd Edition: Ronald Comer & Nancy Ogden & Michael Boyes & Elizabeth Gould
  25. Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life, 11th Edition:David M. Newman
  26. Deculturalization and the Struggle for Equality, 8th Edition:Joel Spring
  27. Research Methods in Psychology: Evaluating a World of Information, 3rd Edition:Beth Morling
  28. The Enduring Vision: A History of the American People, Volume I: To 1877, Concise,7th Edition:Paul S. Boyer
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  49. Human Resource Management,15th Edition: Robert L. Mathis & John H. Jackson
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2019.08.12 21:26 VicCity Hey guys, I make $60k/Month teaching people how to throw axes. Let me tell you all about it!

Hey - James from Forged Axe Throwing and I just got interviewed by StarterStory.com here with my interview!
Today's interview is with James Anderson of Forged Axe Throwing, a brand that sells axe throwing.
Some stats:
Hello! Who are you and what business did you start?
Hi there! My name is James and three years ago I started an axe throwing venue called Forged Axe Throwing. We teach people how to throw axes and then run amazing tournaments with everyone. Many of our clients are visitors to the area as we’re in a resort town, but we also have a locals league and get lots of local businesses coming to us for events.
In a year we will host upwards of 30,000 people in our venue. This is a mix of bachelobachelorette parties, corporate groups, birthdays or special events, and just anyone who wants to learn how to throw an axe. We really play up the Canadian-ness of our activity and I think we have some really great culture that resonates with visitors (it’s not just J-Beebs and Celine up here!).
In addition to our in-venue axe throwing sales we also do mobile axe throwing events, sell merchandise, book other activities through our partners, and license our axe throwing software.
We do about $960,000 of revenue per year through our in-venue axe throwing business and I can’t wait to cross that sweet sweet $1M mark!
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This was our team early on, we’ve since expanded to about 22 staff members.
What's your backstory and how did you come up with the idea?
I’ve always wanted to run my own business. I think I have a general problem with authority.
The first job I ever had was teaching windsurfing in the summer for a summer camp, then in the winter I would teach snowboarding for a small hill in Ontario. This was my first exposure to the tourism industry.
In high school I struggled to get through with passing grades but I eventually made it. I was so fed up with the education system that I took off one week after my last class and headed to Costa Rica for some adventure. I ended up working for an American e-commerce business which gave me my first taste of small business and what’s possible with the power of the internet. I was actually in the Google Adwords Beta program which gave me some really interesting insights into the ad marketplace.
Anyway! When I came back to Canada two years later I knew I wanted to pursue a career in tourism while using my new found internet skills to make my own business. I graduated with a degree in tourism five years later (did an exchange year in Mexico which set me back…. Well worth it!)
After school, I worked for a tourism marketing firm for four years before I found my opportunity.
We took my friend Sean on a white water rafting trip for his bachelor party. We had brought about 1,000 beers with us and we needed a creative way to hand out some beverage punishments… so someone picked up the axe from beside the fire and we discovered our love of axe throwing!
When we returned back to civilization I started doing some research and we found one guy in eastern Canada who was doing it. I actually emailed him and asked him if I could franchise, he said no, so we built it ourselves.
Brett (my best bro and business partner) and I each invested $30,000 into the project. This got us a venue, construction materials, and a small bit of runway for the first few months of operations.
Take us through the process of designing and prototyping the business.
I actually have no skills when it comes to construction, luckily Brett is really good at that so he would make a plan and I would try and follow it as best I could. The first purchase we made was two camping cots and we set them up in the warehouse so we could work everyday, pass out, and repeat the next day with no travel time.
Construction took a while, but after two months we were ready to open. So many trips to Home Depot…. So many.
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The first day of our lease pre-construction. Apologies for potato quality, I had a bad phone.
We built our experience from the ground up. Brett and I went to tourism school together and worked as guides for a white water rafting company. When you’re rafting, the rapids are the easy part, you make your money as a guide when it’s flat and you have to keep your clients entertained. We wanted to do the same sort of thing with axe throwing.
Throwing axes is fun, but throwing axes at Forged is AMAZING (seriously, read our Tripadvisor reviews! Our staff are epic.)
When we first opened we did a lot of discounted tours for local businesses and not-for-profit groups. It allowed us to test new experience flows and Brett and I would meticulously debrief each session to see what we could improve.
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This group is Whistler Community Services. A local not-for-profit and our first paying group! They obviously got a skookum deal and Brett and I learned a lot about running the experience.
Describe the process of launching the business.
We didn’t want to take out any loans to get started so we each used $30k of savings. We didn’t put the whole $60k in at once but about $10k per month was used for our first six months as we got things going.
Basically everything we did is more expensive than we thought it was going to be. Our rent is pretty high at just over $5,000/month and every time we went to Home Depot it felt like $500 was the minimum charge.
Launching Forged was probably the honeymoon phase of the business. We had a chaotic two months to get everything in place before the “GRAND OPENING” party that we started advertising the day we got our lease.
My role was marketing, sales, and admin. Brett’s role was all things construction.
For our launch I did a few things to generate some interest. #1 got a big ass banner and put it outside announcing our opening party. It helped that this faced the entry to a brewery, our next door neighbor.
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Our pre-opening banner and dog for bonus internet points.
Next I created a Facebook and Instagram account and posted a few teaser photos from the interior once it was looking good and then created a FB event. I think I boosted the event with $50.
I then printed off 500 flyers and went around to every local business in our region and invited them to come to our opening party.
And….. IT WORKED!
We had a lineup out the door for ages and introduced hundreds of people to our venue. We even ran out of waivers because we couldn’t anticipate how busy we were going to be. We had to call our buddy Matty who worked at an accounting office and got him to print off 300 emergency waivers for us. THANKS MATTY!
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Inside is packed! Standing room only. :) The lineup stayed like this all night as more and more people showed up.
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A bunch of my friends travelled from my hometown for my opening. I love them! The support means so much.
Funny story, Brett and I both worked until 3am that night keeping the party going. It was so much fun and we were so stoked that we hit our goal of opening on the day we aimed for. But we kind of forgot that we would have to actually work in the business the next day….
When we woke up we were so exhausted from the past two months of construction sprinting to the opening day. We made the decision to close, on our FIRST DAY of being open. What an embarrassment! But the good news is that our phone line was ringing off the hook and we were making reservations for every day in the next week.
If we were to do it again I’d probably enlist some more help with construction and we could have cut our time down to opening.
I’d also definitely make sure we had some staff hired and trained already. Brett and I worked every shift for the first three months as we got our feet under us and fine tuned the experience. I wish we had got that dialed earlier so that we could work on the business instead of in it.
We weren’t sure what to price our product at so we made up a few tiers based on the company in Toronto that was throwing axes and our local competition, an escape room. We wanted our product to be comparable to other indoor recreation activities while also ensuring we could cover our expenses and re-invest in the business.
We’ve since increased our prices twice as we’ve been too busy, especially on the weekends. We implemented a weekend premium price so now we’re at $37 Monday - Thursday. $39 Friday and Sunday. $42 Saturday.
Since launch, what has worked to attract and retain customers?
I think my answer here will surprise some people and probably annoy others. The current marketing/advertising narrative is that print is dead/dying and you should spend all your money online. Our experience has been different.
I’m not saying we don’t spend money online, we do, lots of it. But there’s been lots of “traditional” advertising avenues that have produced huge results.
Having worked for a tourism marketing firm for years before I started Forged gave us a huge leg up. Not just from my experience and knowledge within the industry, but also for the contacts I was able to leverage. I created our marketing/communications plan before launch and shot it over to my former boss, she looked it over and gave me some pointers. Deirdre, if you’re reading this, THANKS so much for all the continued support.
As soon as you launch a business you sort of get a “new business halo”, there’s lots of buzz and people just want to come check you out! That fades quickly though so don’t rely on it for too long.
Your network is so valuable, try your best to never burn bridges!
1 - SEO
One of the areas that I identified in my SWOT analysis of the marketing landscape was that our competition wasn’t investing heavily into organic search engine optimization.
I focused a lot on this while working in marketing and it was an area that knew we could excel in. Since SEO is really a long term investment I knew it wasn’t going to pay off right away and we’d need to get some quick wins with other campaigns.
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This is our organic traffic per month as shown on Ahrefs.com, my tool of choice to track and analyse SEO performance.
As you can see from those graphs it takes a while for your SEO efforts to pay off but now I’m pleased to say that we get a ton of bookings from our online presence. I would caution people against benchmarking this traffic against an ecommerce business, or other online-only business as that doesn’t tell the whole story. Almost all of our traffic comes from a very small geographic region and converts extremely well as it’s geared towards purchasing intent for activities.
Here’s how I do SEO.
Step 1. Figure out what market you’re in. Most people who come to Whistler are looking for something to do, there’s tons of activities here so we need to find a way to stand out. They aren’t going to be searching for axe throwing so I need to market my site to people who want to do things, sounds simple right!?
Step 2. Create content that will resonate with that market. What do people who want to do activities search for? Here’s a couple of examples “things to do in winter”, “things to do for families”, “activities when it’s raining”, “hot springs around here”, “golf spots near me”... the list goes on. Content also isn’t just blog posts. It’s photos, videos, ebooks, podcasts, and anything else that people might want to consume.
Step 3. Do proactive media outreach to get your site some exposure. I’ve heard people say “don’t do link building”. While I always hit spam on those emails from people with shitty thin content (Hi please link to my blog), those are bullshit. What you can do to build links though is find journalists who are keen to write about your topic and pitch them a story. We’ve been written about in dozens of outlets such as the BBC, Mountain Life, Readers Digest, The Knot, Trivago, Seattle Met, Newsweek, and many more.
An example of a pitch would be my one to the BBC, I told them that I wanted axe throwing to be the next Olympic sport. They thought it was a great story and ran with it. For the Knot I pitched a story about alternative bachelorette parties for badass women who didn’t just want to do the spa.
Get creative and find a good story hook and journalists will love you!
2 - Pay Per Click
I set up some very basic PPC accounts to go after purchase-intent terms. Our ROI wasn’t great on this at first but as our business grew and our website became more relevant costs when down and conversions went up.
It helps a lot to be invested in SEO as well as PPC. Once you see certain terms performing well in PPC you can create some content around them and try to take the organic positions. It’s a long term approach that can really pay off huge.
3 - Offline Advertising
About a week after we opened we started handing out our brochures in town and making sure they were in every brochure rack we could find. These bring people in! This is our third most profitable channel.
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This is my brochure that we hand out everywhere in town! I’m actually holding it up as I’m writing this interview. We go through about 20,000 brochures per year.
We also set up a party and partnered with a local radio station to do an “on-location” event and we would run a tournament for their listeners. This was a great way for us to kick off our league. I think a lot of people would be surprised how effective a well planned offline campaign can be. We were also able to trade the value of the party back to the radio station in return for advertising credit. Radio stations are always looking for prizes to give away.
We also had some amazing people show up! We’ve been lucky (we make our own luck*) to host the Washington Capitals, DJ Tiesto, and a bunch of TV/Movie celebs who were visiting the region while filming in Vancouver.
Travis Fimmel and Alexander Ludwig from Vikings:
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bs_L_N9BVuF/
SkateboardeInfluencer Sierra Prescott:
https://www.instagram.com/p/BhR4QCCFZKX/
Note about luck: We make our own! Luck is the intersection of hard work and opportunity. It’s not going to happen if you don’t prepare for it! We are constantly working on a proactive media outreach campaign to keep our product interesting and top of mind so when big names are in town they WANT to come see us. You can’t just build it and they will come, you need to build something awesome and then create the buzz.
How are you doing today and what does the future look like?
Our traffic to our website has been steadily increasing every month. Some of the big spikes you see are when I land a good piece of media outreach or we get a big name influencer in.
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We do get quite a few sales through our website but we also get a lot of sales through other online marketplaces such as TripAdvisor, Expedia, GetYourGuide, Veltra, Airbnb, and local affiliates such as concierge desks and call centre reservation departments. About half of our bookings come direct and the other half is through one of our partners.
We have been cash-flow positive since our second month. I’ve been really happy with the growth of the business and we have re-invested almost every dollar back into the business. Brett and I get paid a modest salary and we’re stoked that we’re able to provide salaries to about 20 staff members in a very high cost of living area.
Since we opened we’ve expanded the physical space twice, we now have three times more space than when we started which means a whole lot more capacity.
I’m sure people want to know what our net revenue is and the truth is that it’s hard to tell sometimes since we’re a rapidly growing business. Almost any mature business can take home between 5% - 20% of gross if it’s well optimized. Certain industries perform better than others but I think we’d fall into the middle at about 12% net. We could take out more money if we wanted to but we’ve made the decision to re-invest aggressively and grow our business. So right now our net would be
Right now our business is the best investment that I can make so I’m putting a lot of resources back into it.
Through starting the business, have you learned anything particularly helpful or advantageous?
Sometimes you need to spend money on things to find out what doesn’t work. Every time I do this I go in with high expectations and then beat myself up when I realize that I’ve wasted so much money on something that in hindsight was a bad decision.
Advertising is always something that I’m willing to spend on and try different things but make sure you track every single thing here. I use a service called CallRail to track incoming phone calls, every campaign gets a unique phone number and I can tell from my dashboard which campaigns are giving us a positive return. The ones that don’t perform are cut and I move that budget into a new experiment, rinse and repeat!
If we find a channel that works I’ll try and increase the spend to see if it scales, half page ad instead of quarter page, 30 second spot instead of 15, etc. Once you hit that point of diminishing returns we leave it alone and look for new avenues.
We were fortunate that the global economy was doing really well when we started and consumer confidence was really high (a great indicator for travel), unfortunately we’re in a period of political instability in some of our key markets, US, UK, and China, which has made us re-evaluate the next year’s outlook. Things like divisive elections, trade wars, and Brexit have been tough to deal with but we’ve just had to look for other markets to advertise into.
What platform/tools do you use for your business?
Fareharbor for reservations. They’ve been great to work with and have helped us grow without a ton of fees passed along to us.
Square for point of sale. We tried two other POS systems and they sucked, really restrictive contracts and confusing pricing structures. The entire payment system industry is awful to deal with. Square isn’t perfect but at least there’s no contract and pricing is easy to figure out.
Zapier to connect a lot of dots. Zapier makes so many things simple, such as adding each new row of a spreadsheet into ConvertKit, or sending Facebook lead ads into an email sequence. I use it to automate a lot of social media as well since it’s an enormous time suck.
CallRail for call tracking. Probably the best money we spend to figure out what works on marketing.
Ahrefs for keyword tracking and research. I’ve heard people say this tool is similar to SEMRush but I like Ahrefs.
ConvertKit for email marketing. Support is so-so but the platform is great and the cost is low.
GSuite for our team. It’s great, don’t have much else to say. Probably works as well as Office365 if you prefer going with Microsoft products.
Slack for communications. Slack is a pretty great way to keep up with our remote team who works in the Philippines and the UK. It’s mostly a chat app but you can add in integrations with your other systems. I’ve seen some people using Discord recently which is very similar but more gaming focused.
WhenIWork for scheduling. Scheduling is a nightmare! WIW takes some of the pressure off and also helps us forecast labor costs.
Asana for project management. This is a good way to keep focused on long term goals and bigger projects. It helps us remember to work on the business and not in it all the time.
What have been the most influential books, podcasts, or other resources?
The first season of Startup from Gimlet is an awesome podcast. I really loved listening to their journey to start something. Even though the industry and their business model is miles apart from mine there are so many similarities. The conversations the partners have is also really insightful.
The Tropical MBA is another good podcast. I was actually referred to it from another Redditor who works in Ecommerce. They focus on online business, I treat my website like its own online business so there’s tons of tips in there.
Delivering Happiness, the story of Zappos.com is an amazing read. Their focus on company culture is really inspiring.
I read a book on the 80/20 rule one time, I can’t remember which book but it’s a great theory that I think has helped me focus on key elements of my business and ignore a lot of noise.
Advice for other entrepreneurs who want to get started or are just starting out?
Write a business plan and refer back to it frequently. I don’t mean a 50 page meaty plan that you’ll learn in business school. I’m talking about a 1 to 3 page document that clearly lists out the strategy, goals, and tactics for the year.
A lot of people trying to start a business get into it with their heart bursting with excitement and their mind brimming with ideas but then they get beaten up through the process of actually starting and running a business and forget to do the tactics that will help them achieve their goals. Then at the end of the year they wonder why their strategy didn’t work.
Failing to plan is planning to fail.
Also, free advice is some of the most expensive advice out there. If I listened to the trolls on Reddit who are going to pick apart this interview I wouldn’t have ever started in the first place. Obviously there are people who will give you free advice just make sure it comes from a trusted source who has achieved the sort of results that you want to see.
Are you looking to hire for certain positions right now?
We’re always hiring great axe throwing hosts! It’s hard to hire for this position as you need to be the life of the party all the time.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fn-k747wZk
Where can we go to learn more?
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