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2020.09.25 03:43 SanderSo47 'The Trial of the Chicago 7' Review Thread

Rotten Tomatoes: 92% (50 reviews) with 8.01 in average rating
Critics consensus: An actors' showcase enlivened by its topical fact-based story, The Trial of the Chicago 7 plays squarely -- and compellingly -- to Aaron Sorkin's strengths.
Metacritic: 75/100 (21 critics)
As with other movies, the scores are set to change as time passes. Meanwhile, I'll post some short reviews on the movie.
Sorkin has made a movie that's gripping, illuminating and trenchant, as erudite as his best work and always grounded first and foremost in story and character. It's as much about the constitutional American right to protest as it is about justice, which makes it incredibly relevant to where we are today, and to what's at stake in the coming election. The final note of defiance here offers a glimmer of hope for which many of us are starved right now. I'll take it.
-David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter
Made by Paramount and tossed to Netflix in the pandemic uncertainty of 2020, “Chicago 7” isn’t exactly a groundbreaking vision, but it’s certainly a passion project of the “they don’t make ‘em like they used to” variety. It could have been made a few years after the Chicago 7 faced their fate and fit its moment, but registers as particularly robust now: Sorkin proves that courtrooms have always been at the mercy of a flawed process, yet subject to moral scrutiny at every turn. A look back at rabble-rousers from another era won’t change the world, but “Chicago 7” is a solid tribute to a few men who realized they could, even when the system they fought for came up short.
-Eric Kohn, IndieWire: B
The trial, as Sorkin presents it, is really about the soul of America — the ability to protest, to question the most fundamental actions of the government. The overlap between the 1968 Chicago protests and the Black Lives Matter protests that have taken place this year is all too obvious. Yet the true parallel, I think, is that “The Trial of the Chicago 7” is really about what it looks like when a society starts to treat people speaking freely as if they were doing something dangerous. The movie reminds you, quite stirringly, that the Chicago 7 weren’t attacking America. They were upholding it.
-Owen Gleiberman, Variety
And leave it to Sorkin — whose only other film as director, “Molly’s Game,” felt prescient in its portrayal of predatory men in Hollywood and beyond — to catch the mood of 2020 with a film he began working on many years beforehand. At a time of so much focus on police brutality, and a time when protest is being demonized as the election approaches, this story set 50 years ago feels oddly, frighteningly vital.
-Steve Pond, The Wrap
While many will draw parallels between scenes involving civil unrest to the events of 2020, the philosophical differences between Hayden and Abbie — cultural versus electoral revolution, respectively — ring closely to the debates raging within progressive politics today, and actually prove more interesting. But how much viewers engage with the “Trial of the Chicago 7” will have more to do with its naturally captivating story, and the comedic dialogue, than anything Sorkin as a director provides. But through a punch-the-air final act, one that’s the definition of defiance, Sorkin’s melodrama reassures us of the power of sticking to one’s beliefs.
-Robert Daniels, The Playlist: B-
Aaron Sorkin is at his most portentous with this inert film, stuffed with stars, which mislocates the point of the trial it dramatises
-Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian: 2/5
The script saves some of its most fiery material for them, the kind of thunderbolt Sorkin-isms that land with a satisfying crack. Though it allows them to inhabit quieter moments, too, and the movie is at its best when it roots itself in the real consequences of the case — not only for the men involved, but for a nation increasingly unable to bridge its most painful divides. In that, Chicago 7 frames the past not just as entertaining prologue but a living document; one we ignore at our own peril.
-Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment Weekly: B
The question of how we approach protest is an important one because it needs to be ingrained into our daily lives. I think even Sorkin would agree that our institutions have become infected with bad actors who seek to turn those institutions against the people they were meant to protect. “Protests are good” is a fine sentiment, but the culture is already there, and while Chicago 7 acknowledges that these protests will have internal conflict and face external violence, there needs to be more recognition that something has truly rotted America. Sorkin’s faith in institutions has clearly chipped away, but The Trial of the Chicago 7 shows he’s uncertain about what should go in its place.
-Matt Goldberg, Collider: B-
Certain events are rearranged from the factual timelines, and yes, “The Trial of the Chicago 7” exercises poetic license. This is not a documentary; it’s a dramatization of events that resonates with great power while containing essential truths, and it’s one of the best movies of the year.
-Richard Roeper, The Chicago Sun Times: 4/4
For a time, Steven Spielberg was attached to direct The Trial Of The Chicago 7, and his absence is felt in the televisual staging: For all the sentimental uplift of this film’s closing minutes, Sorkin lacks the master’s skill — flaunted in Lincoln and The Post — at enlivening gabby civics lessons. The film could have used some of Spielberg’s craft and twinkly open-hearted conviction... or, perhaps conversely, more of Hoffman’s radical, down-with-The-Man sensibility. Ultimately, Sorkin seems less interested in the actual politics of any of his seven than in the way their flipped bird to the establishment facilitates his own taste for zingers, clever comebacks, and grandstanding. Parallels to the present aside, Trial Of The Chicago 7 is ultimately more timeless than timely in its flaws and conventions. Which is to say that some things sadly never go out of fashion, like perversions of justice and eleventh hour surprise witnesses in legal dramas.
-A.A. Dowd, The A.V. Club: C+
Language is Sorkin’s power, and it’s easy to see what drew him to this project: language is what gives the characters here their power as well. And while there are moments that sound like Sorkin is preaching to the choir, there’s a great emphasis on the words the characters use, and how those words either get them in trouble, or ultimately give them strength. From a movie-making perspective, The Trial of the Chicago 7 is sturdy but not particularly revelatory. But as a delivery system for great performers rattling off great dialogue, it’s almost unbeatable.
-Chris Evangelista, /FILM: 7.5/10
While character development is a bit of an issue with so many personalities rioting, arguing and bantering, it doesn’t impede the thought-provoking nature of “Chicago 7” or parallels that Sorkin draws between the ‘60s and now – and without a bunch of narrative gymnastics. The filmmaker crafts an entertaining, immersive and ultimately optimistic spectacle that never forgets, especially at its ending, that humanity should always trump the system.
-Brian Truitt, USA Today: 3.5/4
Unfortunately, the film has relatively little of that kind of punchiness. As a director, Sorkin hasn’t yet grasped how to meld personal drama and historical sweep into a cohesive whole. Although the strong cast helps the film through some of its weaker segments, Sorkin’s attempt to bring a Spielbergian fluidity to the flashbacks to convention riot chaos often fall flat. But while The Trial of the Chicago 7 ends on something of a movie-of-the-week note, given the timing of its release as a current Department of Justice gins up spurious charges against political enemies, it nevertheless carries a certain past-is-prologue immediacy.
-Chris Barsanti, Slant: 2.5/4
“The Trial of the Chicago 7” offers an absorbing account, in some ways alarming and in some ways reassuring, of an earlier moment of polarization and violent conflict. It isn’t just like now, but the analogies are enough to get you thinking about what happens in a democracy when state power confronts popular dissent. A loud, chaotic mess. A tragedy and a farce. And that’s if we’re lucky.
-A.O. Scott, The New York Times
PLOT
Based on the story of the Chicago Seven, a group of seven defendants charged by the federal government with conspiracy in 1969 and 1970, inciting to riot, and other charges related to anti-Vietnam War and countercultural protests that took place in Chicago, Illinois, on the occasion of the 1968 Democratic National Convention.
DIRECTOWRITER
Aaron Sorkin
MUSIC
Daniel Pemberton
CINEMATOGRAPHY
Phedon Papamichael
Release date:
September 25, 2020 (select theaters)
October 16, 2020 (Netflix)
STARRING
  • Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Bobby Seale
  • Sacha Baron Cohen as Abbie Hoffman
  • Daniel Flaherty as John Froines
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Richard Schultz
  • Michael Keaton as Ramsey Clark
  • Frank Langella as Judge Julius Hoffman
  • John Carroll Lynch as David Dellinger
  • Eddie Redmayne as Tom Hayden
  • Noah Robbins as Lee Weiner
  • Mark Rylance as William Kunstler
  • Alex Sharp as Rennie Davis
  • Jeremy Strong as Jerry Rubin
  • Kelvin Harrison Jr. as Fred Hampton
  • William Hurt as John N. Mitchell
  • Rory Cochrane as Homer
  • J. C. MacKenzie as Tom Foran
  • Ben Shenkman as Leonard Weinglass
  • Max Adler as Stan Wojohowski
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2020.09.23 16:59 baconlovr Week 3 Gameday Info - Packers @ Saints

Here's a breakdown on a few items you need to know for this Sunday:
Date & Time Sunday, September 27th @ 7:20p CT
Opponent Green Bay Packers
Location Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA -- Gameday Activities
Network - Sunday Night Football
Announcers Al Michaels, Chris Collinsworth
Referee Carl Cheffers
Uniform Colors Packers- White Jerseys with Yellow Pants -- Saints - Black Jerseys with Black Pants
Packers Injuries (Final)
Position Player Injury Status
WR Davante Adams Hamstring Doubtful
DT Kenny Clark Groin Questionable
TE Josiah Degura Ankle Doubtful
LB Randy Ramsey Groin Doubtful
S Darnell Savage Groin Questionable
G Elgton Jenkins Back/Rib Questionable
Saints Injuries (Final)
Position Player Injury Status
DE Marcus Davenport Elbow Questionable
WR Michael Thomas Ankle Out
LB Chase Hansen Hip Out
DE Trey Hendrickson Groin Questionable
RB Ty Montgomery Hamstring Questionable
DT David Onyemata Calf Questionable
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2020.09.21 07:34 KaiserWAHelm The Great Detroit Goose Chase 2020-9-15. 1600 UTC

Name of Run: The Great Detroit Goose Chase, please note that the original posting had the wrong city

Run Link: https://www.reddit.com/NeonAnarchy/comments/itdlek/the_great_denver_goose_chase_2020915_1600_utc/

Date: 2020-9-15

Time: 1600 UTC

Duration: 4

Threat: Hard

Scheduling: Scheduled, about a week in advance

GM: u/KaiserWAHelm Kaiser WAHelm II#6091

Runners:

Johnson: Courier herself

Relevant NPCs:

Location: Detroit, the heart of Aresville

Opposition: Enlightened self interest, a flesh form bug spirit, The Cornucopia School for the Magically Awakened

Casualties: Rick Asston, flesh form bug spirit and residential complex security manager

Collateral: List any collateral damage or if PCs burned edge.

Synopsis: Suprise defeat, clenched from the jaws of victory

Run Rewards:

Background:
Courier was a part of an in house Ares spec ops team made of primarily test tube babies. Due to a defect in her training and breeding, Courier, then known as Athena, become rebelious. After killing another member of the team she was in a realtionship with, she had her memory wiped and fled.

Meet:
Off screen, Courier recieved some leads that pointed to her past, she recruited Vector to aid her. The two traveled via dustoff to Detroit. After a MGS3 drop from the VTOL, the Goose Chase began.

Run:
The first lead was to Micheal Sells, a building security manager. Sells offered to sell the next step in the puzzle in exchange for either money or killing his boss (secretly a bug spirit). The duo chose the murderous route and hacked an elevator and some guns to kill him. The duo was given the adress of a tech repair shop.
Following the lead, the duo went to the corner store 'Trix Wizard. After finding the camera they were looking for had gone missing from the store inventory they did some hacking. After trolling the patrons of the store, the duo roused Clark the clerk from his stupor, in his confusion, he asked if Vector was Dunklezhan, Vector answered yes and tricked Clark into believing him. Clark brought the duo up to his apartment and showed them his comspiracy wall, he managed to figure out that there was a secret shadow war against the bugs.
After getting information from Clark, the duo payed some gangers for information. From the gangers, teh duo got a name and adress for Vince Burban/ Micheal Whiskey, local black market organizer. After going to a hotel and dealing with a cop, the duo went to visit the black market man to negotiate. After agreeing to drink Laes they recieved the adress of the The Cornucopia School for the Magically Awakened.
At the school, the team did some hacking and Courier found some figures from her past. Tempted by what she saw, she abandoned Vector in bed and went solo to the school. At the school, Courier triggered a magical trap and was grabbed by one of her former teamates, Hades.

Aftermath:
Courier has been kidnapped and now there will need to be a Prime Run to bust her out of Ares captivity.

The Effects and Consequences of the Run:

Expenses: 500 nuyen to get information from some gangers
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2020.09.20 15:00 portlane Carol Wahlers (March 14, 1928 - Sept. 10, 2020)

Carol Naomi Wahlers
March 14, 1928 - Sept. 10, 2020
Carol Naomi Johnson was born in Boise, Idaho March 14, 1928, to Carl and Florence (Anderson) Johnson. After graduating from Escalon (Calif.) High School in 1945, Carol attended Gustavus Adolphus College and graduated from Lewis & Clark College in 1949. Carol served as an RN and taught nursing at the Emanuel Hospital nursing school (an extension school of Pacific Lutheran College). The nursing students (all female) studied their lab sciences at Concordia Academy in N..E Portland (which was all male). The Emanuel nursing students and the Concordia students connected Carol with Arthur Wahlers (Academy Principal) and set them up on a blind date. They met in the Concordia gymnasium under the scoreboard and went out for their first date at Rose's Delicatessen Feb. 22, 1952. Carol and Art became engaged Oct. 17, 1952 and Carol married Art June 7, 1953 at The Saron Lutheran Church in Escalon, Calif., officiated by Carol's father, Rev. Carl W. Johnson. The couple was blessed with four children and Carol took a break from nursing to be a stay-at-home mother and homemaker. She returned to nursing at Emanuel from 1966 -1977 at which point she retired permanently from nursing. Carol enjoyed several hobbies including decoupage, making greeting cards, gardening, taking photos, and especially genealogy. Carol was very proud of her Swedish heritage and she and Art took several trips to Sweden and Germany to research the family trees of both the Johnson and Wahlers family. She loved to watch football and was a die-hard San Francisco 49er fan her entire life. Carol was a committed Christian and was a long-time member of St. Michaels Lutheran Church where she was an officer of the Ladies Guild, Bible Class leader and where she established and maintained many friendships. Carol and Art were famous for their large Thanksgiving gatherings which included family, friends, and people who needed a place to go on the fourth Thursday of November. Carol and Art spent many wonderful and relaxing days at their beach house in Lincoln City. Carol and Art were vigorous advocates for people with disabilities and the couple worked tirelessly on the local, regional and national level with Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon and the Northwest District of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod to advocate for barrier free facilities and age appropriate lifestyles for all people. Carol was awarded the Christi Crux Award from Concordia University for her service to the Church and the Community. Carol loved to travel, attend and listen to musical theater, read and socialize with her friends and family.
Carol was predeceased by her husband, Arthur Wahlers (2014); her parents, Carl and Florence Johnson; and her brother, Myron Johnson. Carol is survived by her son, Mark (Yoshino) of Portland; her daughter, Miriam "Mimi" Musella (Steve) of Pomona, Calif.; her son, David of Los Angeles; her son, Joel (Dawn) of Napa, Calif.; two granddaughters, Nicki and Maggie Wahlers of Portland; and one grandson, Matthew Wahlers of Napa, Calif. Carol died peacefully with family members and she has now joined the great cloud of witnesses in heaven with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
A Celebration of Life service will be held at a future date. Memorial gifts may be made to the Good Shepherd Fund (www.gsfcare.org).
Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
source: http://obits.oregonlive.com/obituaries/oregon/obituary.aspx?n=carol-naomi-wahlers&pid=196819819
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2020.09.18 10:45 Aje-h [Pre-Match Thread] Round 18: Essendon VS Melbourne Team Selection

Essendon VS Melbourne
Date: Saturday, 19th September 2020
Time: 2:10PM AEST
Ground: Metricon
Broadcast: Broadcast Guide
Discord Chat: Invite Link
Match Preview: Link

FINAL TEAM

Backs: Jordan Ridley, Brandon Zerk-Thatcher, Martin Gleeson

Half-backs: Devon Smith, Michael Hurley, Adam Saad

Centreline: Tom Cutler, Zach Merrett, Brayden Ham

Half-forwards: Will Snelling, James Stewart, Matt Guelfi

Forwards: Jake Stringer, Joe Daniher, Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti

Followers: Sam Draper, Dylan Shiel, Darcy Parish

Interchange: Jayden Laverde, Mason Redman, Dylan Clarke, Kyle Langford

Emergencies: Josh Begley, Andrew Phillips, Cale Hooker, Kobe Mutch

In: Hurley, Laverde, Redman

Out: Phillips, Townsend, Hibberd (all omitted)

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2020.09.17 21:04 mr_tyler_durden Notes and Highlights of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear’s Live Update September 17, 2020

Notes and Highlights of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear’s Live Update September 17, 2020
Notes by mr_tyler_durden and Daily Update Team
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2020.09.16 22:43 dsut22 A background into 674

A background into 674

674/67

A background into 67/674, formerly known as BHB (Brixton Hill Bullies/Brixton Hill Boys) OSG (On Sight Gunners/On Sight Gang) and Marga Road, Brixton Hill, South London.


Clapham Park Estate

Most, if not all drill fans will certainly have heard of the 67 group in drill as it has been extremely active in the drill scene, the fact that South London is pretty much one of the hottest vicinities for gang rivalry, the fact that they are one of if not the most successful drill group and its intense rivalry with certain other South London areas like Clapham, Angell Town in Brixton and Croydon, I've seen many other pages with talk about 67 like the music they produce and more so about who they beef and the discographies that 67 have, but for people new to UK Drill (or who do not know some of the history of the 67 gang) I trust you will find the background to 67, and its actual precursors intriguing. It took me a while to gather information on a group so widely known as other neighbouring London groups. I may do more of these, I could do 417 based in Tooting, NPK based in Northumberland Park and maybe Manor Park based in the Manor Park and Cage area.

Locale


Based around the London Borough of Lambeth, located on some estates in Brixton including Clapham Park, New Park Road, Bruce House, Pearce House and Tilson Gardens with or near the SW2 postal district. Some of their territory has expanded to the Clapham/Clapham Park area of SW2. New Park Road is another name for the gang and they have mainly been seen in South London in Brixton Hill on the Tilson Gardens. They are a very active gang and have been around for over ten years dating back to the BHB/Marga Lane days where drug dealers from Brixton/Brixton Hill would offer people drugs to make money and at a time when now-rivals GAS Gang caused Brixton to be a massive no-go zone in accordance with the great rivalry with Peckham, they are very closely allies with fellow South London area Lower Tulse Hill, they are also one of South London’s most well known and active gangs, stemming even well before the days of 55 and Roupell Park gangs. 674 also go by #67 , #BHB , #OSG , #NewPark , #BrixtonHill. Brixton is known casually as ''Bricky'' by many gang members and by locals.


674/67

The Brixton Hill area borders Streatham Hill (SW2 and SW16), Tulse Hill (SW2), Clapham Common (SW4) and Kennington (SE11). Many of their rivals are based in and around these areas, in particular Angell Town in Brixton and Clapham.
Born from the ashes of old-school South London gang called Marga Road or more commonly known as Brixton Hill Bullies, Brixton and Brixton Hill then saw rap groups form more commonly though in the latter 2000s under the BHB and GAS labels and it quickly became a well known stomping ground for many of South London's well know and rising road rap/trap music talents, most notably Ard Adz, Sho Shallow, Stickz (credited with making the first drill song), Scribz/LD (who was one of the originals in the drill rap scene and vastly considered to be one of the best and some to be the best in the drill genre) and Dimzy. Working under the 67 and BHB/OSG banner through the early 2010s, the gang quickly found a creative style of music on tunes like "I'm OJ I Don't Play" gradually making their presence known into London's road rap/trap rap scene. As the sounds of London's road rap shifted, so did the 67's: their 2010s song ''Skengman'', saw the group delve into U.K.-style road rap/trap, while in the latter 2010's songs like ''Let's Lurk'' and ''Live Corn'', helped to establish 67's presence on the burgeoning drill scene. It was in the 2010's decade that gangs like 67 truly made their mark: working with producers from MKThePlug to M1OnTheBeat and especially Carns Hill whom 67 have been extremely successful with, 67 gradually built a following with their disses to rivals and creative synergy. Marking their songs with the tag #67/OSG, the gang founded their drill collective just as 674, an homage to the OSG initials when punching in the buttons on a trap line, where gang members will have been engaged with this sort of lifestyle and represent it. Alongside their rivals 150, 67 have been vastly credited as the pioneers of the UK drill music genre.
A number of past and current generations of gangs have existed in Lambeth and other London boroughs that associate with the colour red and blue, some of which in the past had also self-identified themselves as Bloods and Crips. One of the first of these was the short lived Cripset from Dorset Road which claimed affiliation to the Rollin 80's Crips in Los Angeles. The gang was most active throughout the mid 2000's and were rivals to 031 Bloods, now know simply as 031 (O-Tray One) based in the Patmore and Hartington estates. This is seen as a massive influence on London from the famous American rival gangs Bloods and Crips.
67 themselves have never claimed Crips or Bloods like some of their rivals have and they have always affiliated with the colour black.
There are a number of other gangs in London which have been linked with the colour red. The 031 Bloods from Stockwell have always used the colour red, whilst the former gang EvaStrap (now known as Reed Road) in the borough of Haringey in which they are located had asubset nicknamed 'Reed Road Cripz' and can still be seen using blue bandanas to this day, this is due to the ongoing American influence.
Some of 674's rivalries have identified with colours themselves such as 150/AD who used to be known as just GAS Gang (Guns and Shanks), identify with the colour purple and also 410 who used to be known as OC/Organised Crime linked with the GAS Gang gang collective, identify with the colour green.

Current beef and alliances


BHB/OSG/Marga Road and the current 67 gang have had some of the same rivalries between gangs but some of the rivalries were rid of and have now become extinct during the current generation of the 67 gang. The current generation of the mass rivalry in Lambeth has overtaken the old school rivalry that was between Brixton and Peckham.
67 allies: KuKu/Black Prince (SE11), Harlem Spartans/HarlemO/Kennington Park (SE11), RP/Roupell Park (SW2), RS (SE1), 417 (SW17), Mitcham (CR4), TeamRaw/M-Block/ABM (All Bout Money) (SW4, SW8 and SW9), 55 (SW16), 86/861/LTH (Lower Tulse Hill) (SW11), Pollards Hill (CR4) AY17 (SE17), Moscow17 (SE17) and Browning17 (SE17).
67 rivalries: 150/AD (Armed and Dangerous) (SW9), 410 (SW9), CMB (SW9), UTH/UpTop (Upper Tulse Hill) (SW2), Cassava/Loughborough Junction/CMG (SW9), 727/SIRU/Siraq (SW9), Worsopp Drive/CT/ClapTown (SW11, SW15, SW18 and SW19), 37/OJB/RPhilly/Block10 (SW11, SW15, SW18 and SW19), FudgeTown (SW17), 28s (CR0), ARs (Armed Response) (SE4), 17/WanoRd/TOG (Tape Off Gang) (SW4), China Walk (SE11), Roadside/Block 5 (SW4), 031/Team Trizzy (SW4) ( and 061 (SE1).
67 on the fence: Zone 2/HitSquad (SE15)
67 fellow Brixton gang: Blenheim Gardens (SW2)

Before 2010


Brixton/Brixton Hill had always had a multi-generational problem with gangs, with each generation taking on their own identity and name. Angell Town Estate, where GAS Gang was formed, has long had problems with gang violence and poverty, previously being home to the gang PDC. In a 2012 Lambeth government report, Angell Town Estate was characterized as "severely deprived in income, employment, heath and crime".
By the early 2000s, PDC, which was the dominant gang in the area at the time, began to fragment due to many of its leaders being imprisoned. Various different groups emerged from this fragmentation, such as the Muslim Boys and Y28s (not to be confused with Y28s that preceded PDC). A member of the PDC Brats (a subset of PDC for the younger members) called Barfah Joof was involved in founding the new Y28s. The Y28s began to form friendships with neighbouring gangs in the area, such as Tiny OC based in Myatts Field, and Murder Zone based in Somerleyton Estate. Y28s and Tiny OC had formed a rivalry with Peckham-based gangs, and at one point gang members were caught unarmed by Peckham gang members, leading to one of their members being stabbed. For a time before the early 2010's GAS and BHB were seen making music together in a loose alliance.
674 initially associated with the colours black (inherited from BHB), although colour associations would begin to be irrelevant by the 2010s. BHB did not inherit any of GAS' rivalries with Stockwell and Peckham-based gangs.
In 2009, a set of BHB/OSG tracks were released showing present day members of 674 and 86/LTH members such as a very young Scribz/LD and Dimzy. BHB also gained its first attention in the music media in 2009, when a road rap was really taking off and when they was a presence of gang-related lyrics in the road rap scene.
GAS Gang's prolific activity led to parts of Brixton becoming a no-go area. By 2012, they were considered one of the most dangerous gangs in South London and outnumbered gangs based in Brixton Hill, with at least 3 murders being committed by GAS gang members from 2010-2012. The local council and police in 2012 believed the gang was responsible for three quarters of violent incidents involving young people in Brixton, with up to eight suspect members of the gang going to jail for attempted murder or murder.
In 2010 several people in Lambeth were shot dead by a groups of gang members in estates, tower blocks and streets, on estates in Brixton, Loughborough Junction and Myatts Fields, South London. It was in reports that youths who committed some murders were members of GAS Gang.
Police reported that Brixton gangs in 2011/2012 were coming together in order to fight back against incursions from Peckham-based gang members, leading to a sort of confederation amongst Brixton gangs while still Angell Town was still retaining the GAS Gang label. This even led to close affiliations between GAS and Murder Zone (MZ), a gang based in Somerleyton Estate who are now known as 727/Siraq. Another gang, Cassava based in Loughborough Junction, decided to merge with GAS Gang and form an alliance against 67/BHB.
Younger generations of the 67/BHB gang came into conflict with the 031 Bloods, G-Street and RSG Blood gangs from Brixton and Stockwell from the late 2000's to early 2010s. It is not known what the exact ignition for the new rivalries was, however, some believe it related to inheriting rivalries from Stockwell allies ABM/Team Raw. Many of the newer and younger recruits to either gangs are unlikely to know why they are rivals with one another – it is just translated simply as “Bloods versus Crips” with most commentators and observers accepting that without probing for a more in depth explanation.
67 allies like ABM had come to identify with the colour blue. Like a number of London gangs who wear blue the motive was because their main rivals had adopted red and the Bloods identity but it was not an affirmation they were Crips and 67's BHB predecessor were not Crips. In London, the majority of gangs who identify with red are uncertified, unofficial, or in a sense fake Blood gangs. In contrast, a smaller proportion of gangs that identify with blue actually claim to be Crips.

2010-present

However, GAS Gang also began to fragment due to leaders of the gang receiving heavy prison sentences, leaving huge holes in their place. Independent factions developed, with some younger members of GAS Gang now referring to themselves as Rockblock 150, and later simply 150/Get Back Gang. whereas some GAS Gang members from Somerleyton Estate now referring to themselves as 727 or Siru/Siraq. The fragmenting also led to infighting between the two new factions. Another split-off occurred around Brixton Road, with a group of GAS Gang youngers forming a new group called Villa Road. 150 would develop a rivalry with Brixton Hill-based group 67. Allegedly a lot of the breakup in relations in Brixton, Tulse Hill, Brixton Hill were all caused by Sneakbo who was a member of GAS Gang, Sneakbo had allegedly snitched on Brixton gang members, especially 5Star who is now a member of Siraq. The murder of Lil Zac/Zac Olumegbon caused problems since he was loved by gang members and was liked by 67 affiliated Mental K and 86/LTH/TN1, Tulse Hill split into Upper and Lower Tulse Hill, those linked with GAS/150 were to become Upper Tulse Hill and those sided with Stockwell and Brixton Hill/67 were to become Lower Tulse hill.
New Park Road has been a very active part of Brixton and gang activity dates back to the 2000s, with members of the estate being quite active in the 2011 London riots.
While they did share a loose alliance with Angell Town and neighbouring estates, making up a faction of GAS Gang, recent years would see the two neighbourhoods split and actively beef. Brixton Hill is even considered different than Brixton which shows how truly split the once united Brixton is.
67 at one point were known to be ruthless, which is why they have been able to successfully battle against many rival gangs surrounding them.
The Lil Zac stabbing was a revenge attack for the stabbing of a GAS member the previous month. Olumegbon was present during the earlier attack. On the morning of Friday 2nd July 2010 eye witnesses described seeing five youths pulling up in a green car and then chasing Olumegbon down the street armed with knives. The car drove alongside the attackers ready to pick them up and quickly escape once In 2011, five prominent members of GAS, Ricardo Giddings (aka Maggy), Helder Demorais (aka Mad H), Jamal Moore (aka JJ, Younger Sneaky, or J-Kid), Shaquille Haughton and Kyle Kinghorn (aka Clickz), were sentenced to a total of 76 years in prison for the murder of rival gang member, fifteen-year-old Zac Olumegbon (also known as Lil Zac) the year prior. This was the start of 150/GAS Gang's conflict with Stockwell-based gang, ABM (All Bout Money) who are down known as TeamRaw/MBlock. Zac was alleged to be a member of TN1 (Trust No-One), which had an allegiance with ABM.
Well known drill artist ReekzMB is a member of TeamRaw and is currently serving a lengthy sentence.
67 overtook the BHB/OSG gang with the youngers and formed in Clapham Park Estate, Brixton Hill, South London, in 2014. They have been known for their 2015 track "Skengman" and ''Let's Lurk'' featuring Peckham-based former SN1/Peckham Boys gang member Giggs, which hit number 66 on the UK Singles Chart, and whose instrumental was used by Michael Dapaah in his 2017 parody track "Man's Not Hot".
In 2014, Scribz was issued an Anti-Social Behavioural Order that banned him from making and performing music for two years. In 2016, Scribz's ASBO order came to an end and then he released a tune called Wicked and Bad in which he sent for opposing gangs 150,17 and CT who are all linked to each other. He also mentions in this song that him (Scribz) and LD are one and the same person. In 2017, he was jailed for possession of a knife.
The group has been labelled a "criminal gang" by the police, and had their first UK tour shut down. In July 2018, Dimzy shared an open letter accusing the police and media of "scapegoating" their music.
In 2019, R6 and others were arrested for running a county line; the group was sentenced to a combined 61 years.
They are best known for their 2016 track "Lets Lurk". They were nominated for Best Newcomer at the 2016 MOBO Awards.
A 674 member named Incy was today jailed for 12 years over the killing of a gang member and a student by the name of Dwayne Simpson whose road name was SQ, who was attacked in a fight as he tried to protect his friend. Incy who was 21 at the time, stabbed SQ in the heart after he intervened when he saw a friend being chased along Brixton Road.
The Old Bailey heard Julienne-Clarke and Mr Simpson were involved in a "long-running dispute". - The Standard. This points to the beef between 67 and 150 which is known to many people including the police.
SQ, 20 at the time of his killing, was a former student at Lambeth College, he followed Incy in his car on the afternoon of February 25 before getting out and confronting him. However Incy was jailed under a manslaughter charge for twelve years.
''Rhianna Addison, 19, from Brixton, was acquitted of assisting an offender and perverting the course of justice. Two other people - a 41-year-old woman and an 18-year-old man - remain on bail after being arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender. Three other boys, all aged 16, were released with no further action following Mr Simpson's death.'' - The Standard
''Detective Inspector Nathan Eason, who led the investigation, said: "Dwayne senseless killing has caused immense suffering to his family and friends.'' - The Standard
"This has been a difficult and complex investigation and officers wish to pass on their gratitude to those members of the community that provided assistance." - The Standard
In the 2010's, many police officers and undercover police offers were involved in investigations on the homes and roads of 674 gang members across their territory. Leading to raids that were conducted in and around Clapham Park Estate, with 674 Gang being specifically targeted. It was known to police and locals that 674 had expanded their drug dealing operations across the UK with contacts in Basingstoke, Southampton, Bedfordshire, Reading and Bracknell. The gang was also linked to knife crime, gun crime, stabbings, and attempted attacks on neighbouring rivals. Dimzy had his arm broken by the police in around 2016/17. CRose, ASAP, LD, R6, SJ, Liquez, Incy, Giant and Monkey have all had charges either murder, firearms, county lines and knife charges put against them. The most recent drug charges against the group was in 2019.
Giant killed a member of CT by the name of Stompz and received a life sentence.
Liquez's brother was killed by Rondo and Squeezy in Clapham and both received life sentences.
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2020.09.15 20:21 Arizona-Cardinals NOTES FROM THE CARDINALS 24-20 WIN AT SAN FRANCISCO (9/13/20)

The Cardinals defeated the defending NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers 24-20 in the season-opener at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday. With the victory, Arizona earned its first Week 1 win since 2015 and first Week 1 road victory since 2010.
• With the victory on Sunday, Arizona improved to 5-2 at Levi’s Stadium. The Cardinals also improved to 9-2 in their last 11 games against the 49ers.
• The Cardinals (who trailed 13-10 entering the fourth quarter) were one of six teams to come back to win after trailing in the fourth quarter on Kickoff Weekend (Chicago, Jacksonville, Las Vegas, the Los Angeles Chargers and Washington). That is the most fourth-quarter comeback victories on Kickoff Weekend since 2016 (nine teams). • Arizona trailed 10-0 early and entered the fourth quarter trailing 13-10 but went on to earn the comeback victory. In 2019, the Cardinals were 0-7-1 in games they trailed entering the fourth quarter. Prior to yesterday, the last time the Cardinals won a game in which they trailed entering the fourth quarter was on 10/28/18 vs. San Francisco (trailed 12-3 entering the fourth and won 18-15).
• The Cardinals comeback victory was the result of two long fourth quarter TD drives (94 and 75 yards). It marked the first time since 2016 (12/18 vs. New Orleans; 75 and 75 yards) that Arizona had multiple TD drives of 75+ yards in the fourth quarteOT of a game.

OFFENSE PUTS UP BIG NUMBERS IN WEEK 1

• The Cardinals finished Sunday’s game in San Francisco with 404 total net yards (180 rushing; 224 passing) against a 49ers defense that finished last season ranked #2 overall. It marks the fifth time Arizona reached 400+ total yards in 17 games under head coach Kliff Kingsbury. Arizona reached 400+ yards just once over the two seasons combined (2017-18) prior to Kingsbury’s arrival. • The Cardinals posted 404 total yards and 29 first downs against San Francisco. It marked just the fourth time in franchise history the team had 400+ total net yards and 25+ first downs in a season-opener.

Franchise History – 400+ Yds & 25+ 1st Downs in Week 1

Year Opponent Yds 1st
2020 9/13 San Francisco 404 29
2015 9/13 vs. New Orleans 427 25
1976 9/12 @ Seattle 456 25
1959 9/27 vs. Washington 569 25
Sunday’s win marked the first time since 2015 (12/6 at St. Louis; 524 yards; 29 1st downs) that the Cardinals had 400+ total yards and 29+ first downs in a game.On their two fourth quarter TD drives, the Cardinals accounted for 23 plays, 172 yards and took up 10:23 in time of possession. On those two drives, QB Kyler Murray was 7-of-9 passing for 80 yards and added five rushes for 46 yards and a TD. WR DeAndre Hopkins had five receptions for 76 yards. • Despite two kneel downs for minus-9 yards on their final possession, the Cardinals rushed for 180 yards and two TDs on 36 carries (5.0 avg.) against the 49ers. With the victory, Arizona improved to 5-1 in games it rushes for 150+ yards under Kingsbury.

RUN GAME STARTS FAST IN 2020

• Arizona had the NFL’s #10 ranked rushing attack last season, totaling 1,990 yards and 18 TDs on 396 attempts. The ground game got going quickly in yesterday’s season-opener, posting 180 yards and two TDs on 36 attempts (5.0 avg.) despite a pair of kneel downs for minus-9 yards to end the game.
• Sunday’s game marked the fourth time the Cardinals have rushed for 180+ yards in a game under Kingsbury. Arizona had just four such games in the six seasons combined (2013-18) prior to his arrival.
• The Cardinals 180 rushing yards represented the second-highest total in the NFL in Week 1.

NFL Leaders – Team Rushing Yards (Week 1)

Rnk Team Yds Att Avg
1 New England 217 42 5.2
2 Arizona 180 36 5.0
3 Kansas City 166 34 4.9
4 Green Bay 158 32 4.9
5 L.A. Chargers 155 39 3.9
• In 17 games under Kingsbury, the Cardinals have rushed for 2,170 yards and 20 TDs on 432 carries (5.02 avg.). That is an average of 127.6 yards per game.
• Arizona rushed for 13 first downs in the win over San Francisco yesterday. It marks the third time in the last four games the Cardinals have rushed for at least 12 first downs.

DEFENSE MAKES A BIG STAND – TWICE

• The Cardinals offense posted eye-popping numbers in the victory over San Francisco, but it was the defense that made a pair of stands to change the momentum and ultimately seal the victory. • Trailing 10-7 early in the second quarter, San Francisco had a 4th-n-goal from inside the AZ one-yard line when LBs Devon Kennard and De’Vondre Campbell (both signed as free agents in the offseason) teamed up to stop 49ers RB Raheem Mostert on a run up the middle.
• With the Cardinals holding a 24-20 lead with under a minute remaining in the fourth quarter, San Francisco had the ball 3rd-n-5 at the AZ 16-yard line. QB Jimmy Garoppolo attempted a pair of passes to WR Trent Taylor: the third down attempt was batted down by second-year CB Byron Murphy Jr. in the end zone. The fourth down sideline pass was enough for a first down but was again batted down by a diving Murphy.
• Arizona’s defense held the 49ers to just two conversions on 11 third down attempts (18%) and also stopped San Francisco on both fourth down conversion attempts on Sunday. Yesterday’s game marked the second time in the last three games under defensive coordinator Vance Joseph that the Cardinals held an opponent to two or fewer conversions on third down (Seattle was 1-for-12 on third down in Week 16 last season).
• Dating back to the final four games of last season, Arizona’s defense under Joseph ranks:
Statistic Rnk
Rushing TDs allowed (2) t-3rd
Passing yards/game (215.8) 7th
Sacks (13) t-8th
Yards per play allowed (5.31) 10th
Net yards allowed/game (339.6) 11th
Points allowed/game (22.2) 12th
TDs allowed (11) t-12th

HOPKINS HAS RECORD OUTING IN CARDINALS DEBUT

• Making his Cardinals debut, WR DeAndre Hopkins established a new career-high with 14 receptions on Sunday against the 49ers, finishing with 151 receiving yards. Hopkins’ 14 receptions are the most in franchise history in a season-opener and tied for the second-highest single-game total in franchise history.

Franchise Record – Receptions (Single-Game)

Rnk Player Rec Opponent
1 Sonny Randle 16 11/4/192 at NY Giants
2t DeAndre Hopkins 14 9/13/20 at San Francisco
2t Anquan Boldin 14 9/23/07 at Baltimore
4t 7 times 13 Most Recent – Larry Fitzgerald 9/25/17 vs. Dallas
• Sunday’s game marked the 10th time in his career Hopkins has posted 10+ receptions in a game and the eighth time he has had at least 150+ receiving yards.

Hopkins Career Games w/10+ Receptions

Opponent Rec Yds
9/13/20 @ San Francisco 14 151
12/30/18 vs. Jacksonville 12 147
10/27/19 vs. Oakland 11 109
12/10/17 vs. San Francisco 11 149
10/8/15 vs. Indianapolis 11 169
12/15/18 @ NY Jets 10 170
11/4/18 @ Denver 10 105
9/30/18 @ Indianapolis 10 169
10/1/17 vs. Tennessee 10 107
10/18/15 @ Jacksonville 10 148

Hopkins Career Games w/150+ Receiving Yards

Opponent Yds Rec Avg
11/30/14 vs. Tennessee 238 9 26.4
10/29/17 @ Seattle 224 8 28.0
12/15/18 @ NY Jets 170 10 17.0
10/8/15 vs. Indianapolis 169 11 15.4
9/30/18 @ Indianapolis 169 10 16.9
10/4/15 @ Atlanta 157 9 17.4
9/13/20 @ San Francisco 151 14 10.8
10/7/18 vs. Dallas 151 9 16.8
• Hopkins and Green Bay WR Davante Adams tied for the NFL lead in receptions so far in Week 1.

NFL Leaders – Receptions (Week 1)

Rnk Player (Team) Rec
1t WR DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 14
1t WR Davante Adams (GB) 14
3 WR Amari Cooper (Dal) 10
4t WR Julio Jones (Atl) 9
4t WR Calvin Ridley (Atl) 9
4t WR Russell Gage (Atl) 9
• Hopkins first catch as a Cardinal gave him at least one reception in 111 consecutive games. He now has a reception in every game played in his career. Hopkins’ streak of 111 consecutive games with a reception is the fourth-longest active streak in the NFL.

NFL Leaders - Consecutive Games with a Reception (Active Streak)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms Date Streak Started
1 Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 244 Nov. 7, 2004
2 Julio Jones (Atl) 119 Dec. 4, 2011
3 Golden Tate (NYG) 116 Oct. 28, 2012
4 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 111 Sept. 9, 2013
5 Travis Kelce (KC) 96 Sept. 7, 2014
Hopkins now has five-or-more receptions in 19 consecutive games played, the longest active streak in the NFL and tied for the fourth-longest such streak in league history. His streak dates back to the final three games of the 2018 season.

NFL History – Consecutive Games with 5+ Receptions (All-Time)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms Years
1 Antonio Brown (Pit) 36 2013-15
2t Michael Thomas (NO) 20 2018-19
2t Jarvis Landry (Mia/Cle) 20 2017-18
4t DeAndre Hopkins (Hou/AZ) 19* 2018-
4t Laveranues Coles (NYJ/Was) 19 2002-03
*Active Streak • Yesterday’s game marked Hopkins’ 31st career 100-yard outing. Dating back to his first NFL season in 2013, only two players have more 100-yard games than Hopkins.

NFL Leaders – Games with 100+ Receiving Yards (2013-)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms
1 Julio Jones (Atl) 47
2 Antonio Brown (FA) 39
3 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 31
4 T.Y. Hilton (Ind) 28
5 Odell Beckham (Cle) 26
• Sunday’s game marked the second time in his career – and the second consecutive season – that Hopkins has posted 100+ receiving yards in Week 1. He finished the 2019 season-opener at New Orleans with 111 yards on eight receptions.
• Of Hopkins’ 14 receptions on Sunday, eight went for first downs. He accounted for eight of the Cardinals 12 passing first downs in the victory. Only Atlanta’s Calvin Ridley (9) had more first down receptions than Hopkins in Week 1.

MURRAY DOES IT ALL IN LEADING CARDINALS OVER 49ERS

• Second-year QB Kyler Murray threw for 230 yards and a TD and also rushed for 91 yards and a TD in leading the Cardinals over San Francisco on Sunday. It was his second career game with both a passing and rushing TD.
There have now been three games in franchise history in which a QB passed for 200+ yards and rushed for 90+ yards. Murray is responsible for two of those performances.

Franchise History – Games w/ 200+ Pass Yds & 90+ Rush Yds

Opponent Player Pass Rush
9/13/20 @ San Francisco Kyler Murray 230 91
10/6/19 @ Cincinnati Kyler Murray 253 93
11/2/58 vs. Philadelphia M.C. Reynolds 201 99
• Murray reached 100 rushing yards in the fourth quarter to become just the second QB in franchise history to rush for 100+ yards in a game. His two kneel downs to end the game took nine yards off his rushing total and dipped it below the century mark.
• As it stands, his 91 rushing yards represent the fourth-best single-game total in franchise history by a QB. Despite having played in just 17 career games, Murray already owns four of the top-eight single-game rushing performances by a QB in franchise history.

Rushing Yards By Quarterback – Single Game (All-Time)

Rnk Player Yds Opponent
1 Charley Trippi 145 12/16/51 @ Chicago
3 M.C. Reynolds* 99 11/2/58 vs. Philadelphia
3 Kyler Murray* 93 10/6/19 @ Cincinnati
4 Kyler Murray 91 9/13/20 @ San Francisco
5 Charley Trippi 86 10/5/52 vs. Chicago
6 Charley Trippi 81 11/18/51 @ San Francisco
7 Kyler Murray* 69 9/22/19 vs. Carolina
8 Kyler Murray* 67 11/17/19 @ San Francisco
*Rookie Season • In leading the Cardinals to a come-from-behind victory, Murray completed 11-of-16 pass attempts for 112 yards and rushed for 81 yards and a TD on 10 carries in the second half on Sunday.
• Murray’s 22-yard TD run in the fourth quarter was his second career TD run of 20+ yards (also had a 22-yarder at Cincinnati in Week 5 last season). Murray and Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson are the only two QBs with multiple TD runs of 20+ yards dating back to last season.

NFL Leaders – QB TD Runs of 20+ Yards (2019-20)

Rnk Player (Team) TD
1t Kyler Murray (AZ) 2
1t Lamar Jackson (Bal) 2
3t Joe Burrow (Cin) 1
3t Taysom Hill (NO) 1
3t Ryan Tannehill (Ten) 1
3t Mitchell Trubisky (Chi) 1
3t Deshaun Watson (Hou) 1
Between 1970 and 2018, the Cardinals had two total TD runs of 20+ yards by a QB: Jake Plummer 34-yard TD carry at San Francisco on 10/27/02; Neil Lomax 22-yard TD carry vs. New Orleans on 12/6/81).

CHANDLER JONES STARTS WITH A SACK FOR FIFTH-STRAIGHT SEASON

• LB Chandler Jones finished yesterday’s game with two tackles, a sack, two QB hits and a tackle for loss. He recorded his first sack of the 2020 season in the second quarter when he took down 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo for a five-yard loss.
• Jones now has at least one sack in all five season-openers since joining the Cardinals in 2016. • With his sack of Garoppolo, Jones has 7.0 sacks in 10 career games against the 49ers – including seven sacks in the last eight games. The only team Jones has more sacks against in his career is Seattle (13.5). • Jones’ sack on Sunday was the 97th of his career, the most in the NFL since he entered the league in 2012.

NFL Leaders – Sacks (2012-)

Rnk Player (Team) Sacks
1 Chandler Jones (AZ) 97.0
2 Von Miller (Den) 94.5
3 J.J. Watt (Hou) 90.5
4 Cameron Jordan (NO) 86.0
5 Justin Houston (Ind) 85.0
• Jones’ 97.0 sacks rank third among all active NFL defenders.

Active NFL Leaders – Career Sacks

Rnk Player (1st Year) Sacks
1 Von Miller (2011) 106.0
2 Cameron Wake (2009) 100.5
3 Chandler Jones (2012) 97.0
4 J.J. Watt (2011) 96.0
5 Ryan Kerrigan (2011) 92.0
• Jones now has 61.0 sacks since joining the Cardinals in 2016. That total leads the NFL in that span.

NFL Leaders – Sacks (2016-)

Rnk Player (Team) Sacks
1 Chandler Jones (AZ) 61.0
2 Aaron Donald (LAR) 53.0
3 Danielle Hunter (Min) 48.5
4 Cameron Jordan (NO) 48.0
5 Von Miller (Den) 46.0
• Jones has at least one sack in 43 of 65 games played with Arizona. His 43 games with at least one sack dating back to 2016 easily lead the NFL.

NFL Leaders – Games with 1.0+ Sack (2016-)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms
1 Chandler Jones (AZ) 43
2 Danielle Hunter (Min) 36
3 Aaron Donald (LAR) 34
4 Khalil Mack (Chi) 33
5t Von Miller (Den) 32
5t Cameron Jordan (NO) 32
5t Frank Clark (KC) 32

KENYAN DRAKE SCORES GAME-WINNER / NOW WITH TD RUN IN FOUR STRAIGHT

• RB Kenyan Drake scored the game-winning TD against the 49ers on a one-yard run with just over five minutes remaining. He now has at least one rushing TD in four consecutive games. Drake is the first Cardinals player to rush for a TD in at least four straight games since Beanie Wells (4) in 2011.

Franchise Record – Consecutive Games with Rushing TD

Rnk Player (Years) Gms
1t Ottis Anderson (1983-84) 5
1t Jim Otis (1978) 5
1t Donny Anderson (1972-73) 5
1t MacArthur Lane (1970) 5
1t Elmer Angsman (1948) 5
6t Kenyan Drake (2019-20) 4
6t Beanie Wells (2011) 4
6t Tim Hightower (2009) 4
6t Ottis Anderson (1980) 4
6t Jim Hart (1968) 4
6t John David Crow (1964) 4
6t Ollie Matson (1957) 4
6t Pat Harder (1947) 4
6t Pat Harder (1946-47) 4
• Drake has as many rushing TDs in nine games with Arizona (9) as he had in 54 games with Miami (9).

LARRY FITZGERALD STARTS 17TH SEASON WITH FOUR CATCHES / PLAYS IN 251ST GAME

• WR Larry Fitzgerald caught four passes for 34 yards against San Francisco on Sunday while playing in his 251st career game. In NFL history, only 10 players have appeared in more games with a single team.

NFL Leaders - Games w/ Single Team (All-Time)

Rnk Player (Team) Games
1 K Jason Hanson (Det) 327
2 OL Bruce Matthews (Hou/Ten) 296
3 CB Darrell Green (Was) 295
4 QB Tom Brady (NE)* 285
5 DE Jim Marshall (Min) 270
6 K Sebastian Janikowski (Oak) 268
7 OL Jackie Slater (LAR) 259
8 OL David Binn (SD) 256
9 QB Brett Favre (GB) 255
10 TE Jason Witten (Dal)* 255
11t WR Larry Fitzgerald (AZ)* 251
11t OL Mike Kenn (Atl) 251
*Active Player
• The win over the Niners also represented Fitzgerald’s 85th consecutive start in a streak that dates back to 2014. That is the longest starting streak among active wide receivers and the sixth-longest active starts streak among offensive players in the NFL.

NFL Leaders – Consecutive Starts by Offensive Players (Active)

Rnk Player (Team) Starts
1 QB Philip Rivers (Ind) 225
2t T Mitchell Schwartz (KC) 129
2t QB Russell Wilson (Sea) 129
4 T Jake Matthews (Atl) 95
5 C Jason Kelce (Phi) 90
6 WR Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 85
7 TE Kyle Rudolph (Min) 82
8t C Alex Mack (Atl) 81
8t T Morgan Moses (Was) 81
10 T Alejandro Villanueva (Pit) 74
• Fitzgerald has at least one catch in 244 consecutive games, the second-longest streak in NFL history behind Jerry Rice (274 straight). Fitzgerald’s streak of 244 consecutive games with a catch is the longest in NFL history with a single team. He has at least one reception in 250 of 251 career games.

NFL Record - Consecutive Games with a Reception

Rnk Player (Years) Games Streak Dates Duration
1 Jerry Rice (1985-2004) 274 12/9/85 – 9/12/04 18 years, 8 months, 15 days
2 Larry Fitzgerald (2004-) 244 11/7/04 – 9/13/20 15 years, 10 months, 7 days
3 Tony Gonzalez (2000-2013) 211 12/4/00 – 12/29/13 13 years, 26 days
4 Marvin Harrison (1996-2008) 190 9/1/96 – 12/28/08 12 years, 3 months, 28 days
5 Hines Ward (1998-2010) 186 11/9/98 – 11/8/10 12 years
• Among active streaks, Fitzgerald’s run of 244 consecutive games with a reception is more than twice as long as the second-place player: Julio Jones (119 games).
• His first catch gave him 93 career receptions in Week 1 games during his career, a new NFL record. Jerry Rice (92) held the previous mark.

NFL Record – Receptions in Week 1 (Career)

Rnk Player (Years) Rec
1 Larry Fitzgerald (2004-20) 96
2 Jerry Rice (1985-04)+ 92
3 Andre Johnson (2003-16) 83
4 Andre Reed (1985-00)+ 82
5t Marvin Harrison (1996-08)+ 81
5t Reggie Wayne (2001-14) 81
+Hall of Fame Inductee

BUDDA PICKS UP WHERE HE LEFT OFF

• S Budda Baker led all NFL DBs with a career-high 147 tackles in 2019. In yesterday’s season-opening victory over San Francisco, Baker had a career-high 15 tackles against the 49ers. Only one player across the NFL had more tackles in Week 1 than the Cardinals fourth-year pro.

NFL Leaders – Total Tackles (Week 1)

Rnk Player (Team) Tkl
1 LB Jerome Baker (Mia) 16
2t S Budda Baker (AZ) 15
2t CB Emmanuel Moseley (SF) 15
4 S Johnathan Abram (LV) 13
5t 6 players tied 12
In his last three games against the 49ers dating back to last season, Baker has recorded 42 total tackles. In five career games against San Francisco, Baker’s tackle totals are 14, 5, 13, 14 and 15.

ZANE GONZALEZ CONNECTS ON A CAREER-LONG KICK

• K Zane Gonzalez connected on a 56-yard FG just prior to halftime on Sunday. It was the longest FG of his career and one of the longest in franchise history. Prior to his 56-yarder yesterday, Gonzalez’s career long was 55 yards.

Franchise Record – Longest FG

Rnk Player Dist Opponent
1 Jay Feely 61 10/14/12 vs. Buffalo
2 Chandler Catanzaro 60 9/25/16 at Buffalo
3 Phil Dawson 57 11/26/17 vs. Jacksonville
4t Zane Gonzalez 56 9/13/20 @ San Francisco
4t Chandler Catanzaro 56 12/11/16 @ Miami

OTHER WEEK 1 NOTES

• Third-year LB Ezekiel Turner – a PFWA All-Rookie pick as a special teamer in 2018 – made one of the biggest plays on the game on Sunday. He set up the Cardinals first TD of the game when he blocked a 49ers punt in the first quarter which was recovered by LB Dennis Gardeck and returned to the SF 10-yard line. The Cardinals scored a TD on the very next play on a pass from Kyler Murray to RB Chase Edmonds.
• Second-year DL Zach Allen, who missed the final 12 games of his rookie season (2019) due to injury, recorded two tackles, his first career sack, a tackle for loss and a QB hit on Sunday.
• The Cardinals signed DL Angelo Blackson last Tuesday (9/8) and five days later he recorded two tackles, a sack, a tackle for loss and two QB hits against the 49ers. It was the fourth full sack of his career, and first since Week 3 of the 2018 season as a member of the Texans.
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2020.09.14 22:10 WhatMyHeartHeld Game Notes Week 1

The Cardinals defeated the defending NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers 24-20 in the season-opener at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday. With the victory, Arizona earned its first Week 1 win since 2015 and first Week 1 road victory since 2010.
• With the victory on Sunday, Arizona improved to 5-2 at Levi’s Stadium. The Cardinals also improved to 9-2 in their last 11 games against the 49ers.
• The Cardinals (who trailed 13-10 entering the fourth quarter) were one of six teams to come back to win after trailing in the fourth quarter on Kickoff Weekend (Chicago, Jacksonville, Las Vegas, the Los Angeles Chargers and Washington). That is the most fourth-quarter comeback victories on Kickoff Weekend since 2016 (nine teams).
• Arizona trailed 10-0 early and entered the fourth quarter trailing 13-10 but went on to earn the comeback victory. In 2019, the Cardinals were 0-7-1 in games they trailed entering the fourth quarter. Prior to yesterday, the last time the Cardinals won a game in which they trailed entering the fourth quarter was on 10/28/18 vs. San Francisco (trailed 12-3 entering the fourth and won 18-15).
• The Cardinals comeback victory was the result of two long fourth quarter TD drives (94 and 75 yards). It marked the first time since 2016 (12/18 vs. New Orleans; 75 and 75 yards) that Arizona had multiple TD drives of 75+ yards in the fourth quarteOT of a game.

OFFENSE PUTS UP BIG NUMBERS IN WEEK 1

• The Cardinals finished Sunday’s game in San Francisco with 404 total net yards (180 rushing; 224 passing) against a 49ers defense that finished last season ranked #2 overall. It marks the fifth time Arizona reached 400+ total yards in 17 games under head coach Kliff Kingsbury. Arizona reached 400+ yards just once over the two seasons combined (2017-18) prior to Kingsbury’s arrival.
• The Cardinals posted 404 total yards and 29 first downs against San Francisco. It marked just the fourth time in franchise history the team had 400+ total net yards and 25+ first downs in a season-opener.

Franchise History – 400+ Yds & 25+ 1st Downs in Week 1

Year Opponent Yds 1st
2020 9/13 San Francisco 404 29
2015 9/13 vs. New Orleans 427 25
1976 9/12 @ Seattle 456 25
1959 9/27 vs. Washington 569 25
Sunday’s win marked the first time since 2015 (12/6 at St. Louis; 524 yards; 29 1st downs) that the Cardinals had 400+ total yards and 29+ first downs in a game.
On their two fourth quarter TD drives, the Cardinals accounted for 23 plays, 172 yards and took up 10:23 in time of possession. On those two drives, QB Kyler Murray was 7-of-9 passing for 80 yards and added five rushes for 46 yards and a TD. WR DeAndre Hopkins had five receptions for 76 yards.
• Despite two kneel downs for minus-9 yards on their final possession, the Cardinals rushed for 180 yards and two TDs on 36 carries (5.0 avg.) against the 49ers. With the victory, Arizona improved to 5-1 in games it rushes for 150+ yards under Kingsbury.

RUN GAME STARTS FAST IN 2020

• Arizona had the NFL’s #10 ranked rushing attack last season, totaling 1,990 yards and 18 TDs on 396 attempts. The ground game got going quickly in yesterday’s season-opener, posting 180 yards and two TDs on 36 attempts (5.0 avg.) despite a pair of kneel downs for minus-9 yards to end the game.
• Sunday’s game marked the fourth time the Cardinals have rushed for 180+ yards in a game under Kingsbury. Arizona had just four such games in the six seasons combined (2013-18) prior to his arrival.
• The Cardinals 180 rushing yards represented the second-highest total in the NFL in Week 1.

NFL Leaders – Team Rushing Yards (Week 1)

Rnk Team Yds Att Avg
1 New England 217 42 5.2
2 Arizona 180 36 5.0
3 Kansas City 166 34 4.9
4 Green Bay 158 32 4.9
5 L.A. Chargers 155 39 3.9
• In 17 games under Kingsbury, the Cardinals have rushed for 2,170 yards and 20 TDs on 432 carries (5.02 avg.). That is an average of 127.6 yards per game.
• Arizona rushed for 13 first downs in the win over San Francisco yesterday. It marks the third time in the last four games the Cardinals have rushed for at least 12 first downs.

DEFENSE MAKES A BIG STAND – TWICE

• The Cardinals offense posted eye-popping numbers in the victory over San Francisco, but it was the defense that made a pair of stands to change the momentum and ultimately seal the victory. • Trailing 10-7 early in the second quarter, San Francisco had a 4th-n-goal from inside the AZ one-yard line when LBs Devon Kennard and De’Vondre Campbell (both signed as free agents in the offseason) teamed up to stop 49ers RB Raheem Mostert on a run up the middle.
• With the Cardinals holding a 24-20 lead with under a minute remaining in the fourth quarter, San Francisco had the ball 3rd-n-5 at the AZ 16-yard line. QB Jimmy Garoppolo attempted a pair of passes to WR Trent Taylor: the third down attempt was batted down by second-year CB Byron Murphy Jr. in the end zone. The fourth down sideline pass was enough for a first down but was again batted down by a diving Murphy.
• Arizona’s defense held the 49ers to just two conversions on 11 third down attempts (18%) and also stopped San Francisco on both fourth down conversion attempts on Sunday. Yesterday’s game marked the second time in the last three games under defensive coordinator Vance Joseph that the Cardinals held an opponent to two or fewer conversions on third down (Seattle was 1-for-12 on third down in Week 16 last season).
• Dating back to the final four games of last season, Arizona’s defense under Joseph ranks:
Statistic Rnk
Rushing TDs allowed (2) t-3rd
Passing yards/game (215.8) 7th
Sacks (13) t-8th
Yards per play allowed (5.31) 10th
Net yards allowed/game (339.6) 11th
Points allowed/game (22.2) 12th
TDs allowed (11) t-12th

HOPKINS HAS RECORD OUTING IN CARDINALS DEBUT

• Making his Cardinals debut, WR DeAndre Hopkins established a new career-high with 14 receptions on Sunday against the 49ers, finishing with 151 receiving yards. Hopkins’ 14 receptions are the most in franchise history in a season-opener and tied for the second-highest single-game total in franchise history.

Franchise Record – Receptions (Single-Game)

Rnk Player Rec Opponent
1 Sonny Randle 16 11/4/192 at NY Giants
2t DeAndre Hopkins 14 9/13/20 at San Francisco
2t Anquan Boldin 14 9/23/07 at Baltimore
4t 7 times 13 Most Recent – Larry Fitzgerald 9/25/17 vs. Dallas
• Sunday’s game marked the 10th time in his career Hopkins has posted 10+ receptions in a game and the eighth time he has had at least 150+ receiving yards.

Hopkins Career Games w/10+ Receptions

Opponent Rec Yds
9/13/20 @ San Francisco 14 151
12/30/18 vs. Jacksonville 12 147
10/27/19 vs. Oakland 11 109
12/10/17 vs. San Francisco 11 149
10/8/15 vs. Indianapolis 11 169
12/15/18 @ NY Jets 10 170
11/4/18 @ Denver 10 105
9/30/18 @ Indianapolis 10 169
10/1/17 vs. Tennessee 10 107
10/18/15 @ Jacksonville 10 148

Hopkins Career Games w/150+ Receiving Yards

Opponent Yds Rec Avg
11/30/14 vs. Tennessee 238 9 26.4
10/29/17 @ Seattle 224 8 28.0
12/15/18 @ NY Jets 170 10 17.0
10/8/15 vs. Indianapolis 169 11 15.4
9/30/18 @ Indianapolis 169 10 16.9
10/4/15 @ Atlanta 157 9 17.4
9/13/20 @ San Francisco 151 14 10.8
10/7/18 vs. Dallas 151 9 16.8
• Hopkins and Green Bay WR Davante Adams tied for the NFL lead in receptions so far in Week 1.

NFL Leaders – Receptions (Week 1)

Rnk Player (Team) Rec
1t WR DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 14
1t WR Davante Adams (GB) 14
3 WR Amari Cooper (Dal) 10
4t WR Julio Jones (Atl) 9
4t WR Calvin Ridley (Atl) 9
4t WR Russell Gage (Atl) 9
• Hopkins first catch as a Cardinal gave him at least one reception in 111 consecutive games. He now has a reception in every game played in his career. Hopkins’ streak of 111 consecutive games with a reception is the fourth-longest active streak in the NFL.

NFL Leaders - Consecutive Games with a Reception (Active Streak)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms Date Streak Started
1 Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 244 Nov. 7, 2004
2 Julio Jones (Atl) 119 Dec. 4, 2011
3 Golden Tate (NYG) 116 Oct. 28, 2012
4 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 111 Sept. 9, 2013
5 Travis Kelce (KC) 96 Sept. 7, 2014
Hopkins now has five-or-more receptions in 19 consecutive games played, the longest active streak in the NFL and tied for the fourth-longest such streak in league history. His streak dates back to the final three games of the 2018 season.

NFL History – Consecutive Games with 5+ Receptions (All-Time)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms Years
1 Antonio Brown (Pit) 36 2013-15
2t Michael Thomas (NO) 20 2018-19
2t Jarvis Landry (Mia/Cle) 20 2017-18
4t DeAndre Hopkins (Hou/AZ) 19* 2018-
4t Laveranues Coles (NYJ/Was) 19 2002-03
*Active Streak
• Yesterday’s game marked Hopkins’ 31st career 100-yard outing. Dating back to his first NFL season in 2013, only two players have more 100-yard games than Hopkins.

NFL Leaders – Games with 100+ Receiving Yards (2013-)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms
1 Julio Jones (Atl) 47
2 Antonio Brown (FA) 39
3 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 31
4 T.Y. Hilton (Ind) 28
5 Odell Beckham (Cle) 26
• Sunday’s game marked the second time in his career – and the second consecutive season – that Hopkins has posted 100+ receiving yards in Week 1. He finished the 2019 season-opener at New Orleans with 111 yards on eight receptions.
• Of Hopkins’ 14 receptions on Sunday, eight went for first downs. He accounted for eight of the Cardinals 12 passing first downs in the victory. Only Atlanta’s Calvin Ridley (9) had more first down receptions than Hopkins in Week 1.

MURRAY DOES IT ALL IN LEADING CARDINALS OVER 49ERS

• Second-year QB Kyler Murray threw for 230 yards and a TD and also rushed for 91 yards and a TD in leading the Cardinals over San Francisco on Sunday. It was his second career game with both a passing and rushing TD.
There have now been three games in franchise history in which a QB passed for 200+ yards and rushed for 90+ yards. Murray is responsible for two of those performances.

Franchise History – Games w/ 200+ Pass Yds & 90+ Rush Yds

Opponent Player Pass Rush
9/13/20 @ San Francisco Kyler Murray 230 91
10/6/19 @ Cincinnati Kyler Murray 253 93
11/2/58 vs. Philadelphia M.C. Reynolds 201 99
• Murray reached 100 rushing yards in the fourth quarter to become just the second QB in franchise history to rush for 100+ yards in a game. His two kneel downs to end the game took nine yards off his rushing total and dipped it below the century mark.
• As it stands, his 91 rushing yards represent the fourth-best single-game total in franchise history by a QB. Despite having played in just 17 career games, Murray already owns four of the top-eight single-game rushing performances by a QB in franchise history.

Rushing Yards By Quarterback – Single Game (All-Time)

Rnk Player Yds Opponent
1 Charley Trippi 145 12/16/51 @ Chicago
3 M.C. Reynolds* 99 11/2/58 vs. Philadelphia
3 Kyler Murray* 93 10/6/19 @ Cincinnati
4 Kyler Murray 91 9/13/20 @ San Francisco
5 Charley Trippi 86 10/5/52 vs. Chicago
6 Charley Trippi 81 11/18/51 @ San Francisco
7 Kyler Murray* 69 9/22/19 vs. Carolina
8 Kyler Murray* 67 11/17/19 @ San Francisco
*Rookie Season
• In leading the Cardinals to a come-from-behind victory, Murray completed 11-of-16 pass attempts for 112 yards and rushed for 81 yards and a TD on 10 carries in the second half on Sunday.
• Murray’s 22-yard TD run in the fourth quarter was his second career TD run of 20+ yards (also had a 22-yarder at Cincinnati in Week 5 last season). Murray and Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson are the only two QBs with multiple TD runs of 20+ yards dating back to last season.

NFL Leaders – QB TD Runs of 20+ Yards (2019-20)

Rnk Player (Team) TD
1t Kyler Murray (AZ) 2
1t Lamar Jackson (Bal) 2
3t Joe Burrow (Cin) 1
3t Taysom Hill (NO) 1
3t Ryan Tannehill (Ten) 1
3t Mitchell Trubisky (Chi) 1
3t Deshaun Watson (Hou) 1
Between 1970 and 2018, the Cardinals had two total TD runs of 20+ yards by a QB: Jake Plummer 34-yard TD carry at San Francisco on 10/27/02; Neil Lomax 22-yard TD carry vs. New Orleans on 12/6/81).

CHANDLER JONES STARTS WITH A SACK FOR FIFTH-STRAIGHT SEASON

• LB Chandler Jones finished yesterday’s game with two tackles, a sack, two QB hits and a tackle for loss. He recorded his first sack of the 2020 season in the second quarter when he took down 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo for a five-yard loss.
• Jones now has at least one sack in all five season-openers since joining the Cardinals in 2016.
• With his sack of Garoppolo, Jones has 7.0 sacks in 10 career games against the 49ers – including seven sacks in the last eight games. The only team Jones has more sacks against in his career is Seattle (13.5).
• Jones’ sack on Sunday was the 97th of his career, the most in the NFL since he entered the league in 2012.

NFL Leaders – Sacks (2012-)

Rnk Player (Team) Sacks
1 Chandler Jones (AZ) 97.0
2 Von Miller (Den) 94.5
3 J.J. Watt (Hou) 90.5
4 Cameron Jordan (NO) 86.0
5 Justin Houston (Ind) 85.0
• Jones’ 97.0 sacks rank third among all active NFL defenders.

Active NFL Leaders – Career Sacks

Rnk Player (1st Year) Sacks
1 Von Miller (2011) 106.0
2 Cameron Wake (2009) 100.5
3 Chandler Jones (2012) 97.0
4 J.J. Watt (2011) 96.0
5 Ryan Kerrigan (2011) 92.0
• Jones now has 61.0 sacks since joining the Cardinals in 2016. That total leads the NFL in that span.

NFL Leaders – Sacks (2016-)

Rnk Player (Team) Sacks
1 Chandler Jones (AZ) 61.0
2 Aaron Donald (LAR) 53.0
3 Danielle Hunter (Min) 48.5
4 Cameron Jordan (NO) 48.0
5 Von Miller (Den) 46.0
• Jones has at least one sack in 43 of 65 games played with Arizona. His 43 games with at least one sack dating back to 2016 easily lead the NFL.

NFL Leaders – Games with 1.0+ Sack (2016-)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms
1 Chandler Jones (AZ) 43
2 Danielle Hunter (Min) 36
3 Aaron Donald (LAR) 34
4 Khalil Mack (Chi) 33
5t Von Miller (Den) 32
5t Cameron Jordan (NO) 32
5t Frank Clark (KC) 32

KENYAN DRAKE SCORES GAME-WINNER / NOW WITH TD RUN IN FOUR STRAIGHT

• RB Kenyan Drake scored the game-winning TD against the 49ers on a one-yard run with just over five minutes remaining. He now has at least one rushing TD in four consecutive games. Drake is the first Cardinals player to rush for a TD in at least four straight games since Beanie Wells (4) in 2011.

Franchise Record – Consecutive Games with Rushing TD

Rnk Player (Years) Gms
1t Ottis Anderson (1983-84) 5
1t Jim Otis (1978) 5
1t Donny Anderson (1972-73) 5
1t MacArthur Lane (1970) 5
1t Elmer Angsman (1948) 5
6t Kenyan Drake (2019-20) 4
6t Beanie Wells (2011) 4
6t Tim Hightower (2009) 4
6t Ottis Anderson (1980) 4
6t Jim Hart (1968) 4
6t John David Crow (1964) 4
6t Ollie Matson (1957) 4
6t Pat Harder (1947) 4
6t Pat Harder (1946-47) 4
• Drake has as many rushing TDs in nine games with Arizona (9) as he had in 54 games with Miami (9).

LARRY FITZGERALD STARTS 17TH SEASON WITH FOUR CATCHES / PLAYS IN 251ST GAME

• WR Larry Fitzgerald caught four passes for 34 yards against San Francisco on Sunday while playing in his 251st career game. In NFL history, only 10 players have appeared in more games with a single team.

NFL Leaders - Games w/ Single Team (All-Time)

Rnk Player (Team) Games
1 K Jason Hanson (Det) 327
2 OL Bruce Matthews (Hou/Ten) 296
3 CB Darrell Green (Was) 295
4 QB Tom Brady (NE)* 285
5 DE Jim Marshall (Min) 270
6 K Sebastian Janikowski (Oak) 268
7 OL Jackie Slater (LAR) 259
8 OL David Binn (SD) 256
9 QB Brett Favre (GB) 255
10 TE Jason Witten (Dal)* 255
11t WR Larry Fitzgerald (AZ)* 251
11t OL Mike Kenn (Atl) 251
*Active Player
• The win over the Niners also represented Fitzgerald’s 85th consecutive start in a streak that dates back to 2014. That is the longest starting streak among active wide receivers and the sixth-longest active starts streak among offensive players in the NFL.

NFL Leaders – Consecutive Starts by Offensive Players (Active)

Rnk Player (Team) Starts
1 QB Philip Rivers (Ind) 225
2t T Mitchell Schwartz (KC) 129
2t QB Russell Wilson (Sea) 129
4 T Jake Matthews (Atl) 95
5 C Jason Kelce (Phi) 90
6 WR Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 85
7 TE Kyle Rudolph (Min) 82
8t C Alex Mack (Atl) 81
8t T Morgan Moses (Was) 81
10 T Alejandro Villanueva (Pit) 74
• Fitzgerald has at least one catch in 244 consecutive games, the second-longest streak in NFL history behind Jerry Rice (274 straight). Fitzgerald’s streak of 244 consecutive games with a catch is the longest in NFL history with a single team. He has at least one reception in 250 of 251 career games.

NFL Record - Consecutive Games with a Reception

Rnk Player (Years) Games Streak Dates Duration
1 Jerry Rice (1985-2004) 274 12/9/85 – 9/12/04 18 years, 8 months, 15 days
2 Larry Fitzgerald (2004-) 244 11/7/04 – 9/13/20 15 years, 10 months, 7 days
3 Tony Gonzalez (2000-2013) 211 12/4/00 – 12/29/13 13 years, 26 days
4 Marvin Harrison (1996-2008) 190 9/1/96 – 12/28/08 12 years, 3 months, 28 days
5 Hines Ward (1998-2010) 186 11/9/98 – 11/8/10 12 years
• Among active streaks, Fitzgerald’s run of 244 consecutive games with a reception is more than twice as long as the second-place player: Julio Jones (119 games).
• His first catch gave him 93 career receptions in Week 1 games during his career, a new NFL record. Jerry Rice (92) held the previous mark.

NFL Record – Receptions in Week 1 (Career)

Rnk Player (Years) Rec
1 Larry Fitzgerald (2004-20) 96
2 Jerry Rice (1985-04)+ 92
3 Andre Johnson (2003-16) 83
4 Andre Reed (1985-00)+ 82
5t Marvin Harrison (1996-08)+ 81
5t Reggie Wayne (2001-14) 81
+Hall of Fame Inductee

BUDDA PICKS UP WHERE HE LEFT OFF

• S Budda Baker led all NFL DBs with a career-high 147 tackles in 2019. In yesterday’s season-opening victory over San Francisco, Baker had a career-high 15 tackles against the 49ers. Only one player across the NFL had more tackles in Week 1 than the Cardinals fourth-year pro.

NFL Leaders – Total Tackles (Week 1)

Rnk Player (Team) Tkl
1 LB Jerome Baker (Mia) 16
2t S Budda Baker (AZ) 15
2t CB Emmanuel Moseley (SF) 15
4 S Johnathan Abram (LV) 13
5t 6 players tied 12
In his last three games against the 49ers dating back to last season, Baker has recorded 42 total tackles. In five career games against San Francisco, Baker’s tackle totals are 14, 5, 13, 14 and 15.

ZANE GONZALEZ CONNECTS ON A CAREER-LONG KICK

• K Zane Gonzalez connected on a 56-yard FG just prior to halftime on Sunday. It was the longest FG of his career and one of the longest in franchise history. Prior to his 56-yarder yesterday, Gonzalez’s career long was 55 yards.

Franchise Record – Longest FG

Rnk Player Dist Opponent
1 Jay Feely 61 10/14/12 vs. Buffalo
2 Chandler Catanzaro 60 9/25/16 at Buffalo
3 Phil Dawson 57 11/26/17 vs. Jacksonville
4t Zane Gonzalez 56 9/13/20 @ San Francisco
4t Chandler Catanzaro 56 12/11/16 @ Miami

OTHER WEEK 1 NOTES

• Third-year LB Ezekiel Turner – a PFWA All-Rookie pick as a special teamer in 2018 – made one of the biggest plays on the game on Sunday. He set up the Cardinals first TD of the game when he blocked a 49ers punt in the first quarter which was recovered by LB Dennis Gardeck and returned to the SF 10-yard line. The Cardinals scored a TD on the very next play on a pass from Kyler Murray to RB Chase Edmonds.
• Second-year DL Zach Allen, who missed the final 12 games of his rookie season (2019) due to injury, recorded two tackles, his first career sack, a tackle for loss and a QB hit on Sunday.
• The Cardinals signed DL Angelo Blackson last Tuesday (9/8) and five days later he recorded two tackles, a sack, a tackle for loss and two QB hits against the 49ers. It was the fourth full sack of his career, and first since Week 3 of the 2018 season as a member of the Texans.
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2020.09.11 11:21 Aje-h [Pre-Match Thread] Round 17: Port Adelaide VS Essendon Team Selection

Port Adelaide VS Essendon
Date: Saturday, 12th September 2020
Time: 5:05PM AEST
Ground: Adelaide Oval
Broadcast: Broadcast Guide
Discord Chat: Invite Link
Match Preview: Link

FINAL TEAM

Backs: Jordan Ridley, Brandon Zerk-Thatcher, Martin Gleeson

Half-backs: Adam Saad, Devon Smith, Mitch Hibberd

Centre: Tom Cutler, Zach Merrett, Kyle Langford

Half-forwards: Jake Stringer, Joe Daniher, Brayden Ham

Forwards: Will Snelling, James Stewart, Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti

Followers: Sam Draper, Dylan Shiel, Jacob Townsend

Interchange: Andrew Phillips, Matt Guelfi, Dylan Clarke, Darcy Parish

Emergencies: Josh Begley, Mason Redman, Cale Hooker, Kobe Mutch

In: Joe Daniher, Tom Cutler, Brayden Ham, Mitch Hibberd, Andrew Phillips

Out: Irving Mosquito, Cale Hooker, Mason Redman, Dyson Heppell, Michael Hurley

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2020.09.08 00:04 dp517 Show 4.6 Matchcards

Vindication
Ziro To’a vs. Bruhbble
This is going to be a HOSS battle. Ziro To'a is looking to get back on the winning track after a demoralizing loss to Pistolero. Now that he considers himself no longer a tag team champion, will we see a more focused and determined Ziro, or will the new upstart Bruhbble bring his "barbaric means" to the Samoan?
White Lotus vs. Brittany Cruz/Alexandra Marie
The White Lotus seem to be not getting along recently, and after losing to former leader Blxck Rose, could this match be the straw that breaks the camels back? With new roster members being on the other corner, this could be a great opportunity to make a name for themselves!
William Black vs. MD
From one wolf to another. MD is not short on confidence as he faces possibly his toughest challenge in CWL to date. After dubbing himself the "Wolfslayer" it wasn't long before William Black took notice. Can MD come out victorious, or will William Black restore order to the pecking order?
Edward Bronson vs. Yamashita
Edward Bronson is a scary man. Yamashita fears nothing from what we've seen in his home promotion of Wildfire and Super Pro. This match will be hard hitting, and we will need to reinforce the ring to ensure the competitors safety as the highest priority. Welcome to the CWL gentlemen, show us what you got!
Harris vs. Frank V. Anderson
After being attacked by what we assume is his former best friend in Michael Young, Harris returns this week with vengeance in his mind. We know he's not going to see FVA across the ring. We are going to see him thinking its Michael Young. And we dont blame him. Good luck FVA.
Marilyn Benson vs. Valencia
In our main event, we are going to roll out the red carpet for the new Openweight Champion. After defeating Alina Valentina at Exiled, she now awaits contenders, and although this is a non-title match, this could be a challenging match for Marilyn and could possibly determine her next contender if Valencia is to pull off a victory.
Nemesis
Derek vs. Alex Clark
We will ensure that Derek makes it to this match. You have our word. Security will be upped and Derek will get his one on one revenge with the culprit who many people still believe attacked him backstage. Last week seems to have been premeditated, and we are doing further investigation.
Raymondo vs. Jake Eagle
Now this is the one that's interesting. Raymondo has not only had recent beef with Alex Clark, but also with the American Dreamboats, especially Jake Eagle. Its time for them to settle their differences!
Jay Scott vs. Connor Gates
We have a new debut here on the way, and his name is Jay Scott. He faces the ever ready and currently very upset Connor Gates. Will Jay Scott impress, and what will Connor have in his gameplan since we dont have any tape on Jay Scott to go over?
Jacob Nitro vs. Stark Shields
Ladies and gentlemen, you may not recognize the name Stark Shields, and for that we apologize. We actually let Alexander convince us that his name was actually "Shield Guy". What a jerk. Goes to show how much he cared about putting him up against Brandon a few weeks ago. But that is in the past, as now Stark Shields faces off against someone on Nemesis that is looking to blaze his own path to the future in Jacob Nitro.
Holly Queen vs. April
Holly Queen still hasn't answered the challenge of the masked assailants, but now that she is about to be wrestling a match on the show, it is pretty safe to assume we are going to get an answer about what will happen at Shadowbanned.
Selena Adams vs. Quinn Edwards
Selena Adams issued a challenge to anyone that will answer, and it seems the office has found her an opponent. Selena will face off against Quinn Edwards to close Nemesis... but will the presence of Olivia Bodom be felt as last time we saw Selena, she ended up getting launched to the guardrail? We are all on edge as we figure out what Bodom's next move will be.
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2020.09.07 06:11 coolghostboy Series and standalone books categorized by author 7/9

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2020.09.05 10:59 Aje-h [Pre-Match Thread] Round 16: Geelong VS Essendon Team Selection

Geelong VS Essendon
Date: Sunday, 6th September 2020
Time: 3:35PM AEST
Ground: The Gabba
Broadcast: Broadcast Guide
Discord Chat: Invite Link
Match Preview: Link

FINAL TEAM

Backs: Martin Gleeson, Michael Hurley, Brandon Zerk-Thatcher

Half-backs: Matt Guelfi, Jordan Ridley, Adam Saad

Centre: Kyle Langford, Dyson Heppell, Zach Merrett

Half-forwards: Will Snelling, Cale Hooker, Irving Mosquito

Forwards: Jake Stringer, James Stewart, Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti

Followers: Sam Draper, Dylan Shiel, Darcy Parish

Interchange: Devon Smith, Mason Redman, Dylan Clarke, Jacob Townsend

Emergencies: Brayden Ham, Tom Cutler, Andrew Phillips, Josh Begley

In: Townsend, Redman

Out: Daniher (managed), McGrath (syndesmosis)

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2020.09.01 14:25 AFLbot AFL 2020: Round 15 - West Coast Eagles (60) def Essendon (45)

Post Match

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Match

Match Details
Match AFL 2020 Round 15 - West Coast Eagles Vs Essendon
Date Tuesday 01 September 2020 @ 08:10 PM
Venue Gabba (G)
Weather 25.0C, Partly cloudy
Status POSTGAME

Scoreboard

Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
West Coast Eagles 4.1 (25) 7.3 (45) 9.5 (59) 9.6 (60)
Essendon 1.4 (10) 4.5 (29) 5.8 (38) 6.9 (45)

Scoreboard: Quarter by Quarter

Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
West Coast Eagles 4.1 (25) 3.2 (20) 2.2 (14) 0.1 (1)
Essendon 1.4 (10) 3.1 (19) 1.3 (9) 1.1 (7)
Quarter Result WCE by 15 pts WCE by 1 pts WCE by 5 pts ESS by 6 pts
Quarter Length 26:29 mins 28:09 mins 20:57 mins 20:01 mins

Scoreboard: Extended

Team Minutes in front Left Behind Right Behind Left Poster Right Poster Rushed Behind Touched Behind
West Coast Eagles 77 mins 1 3 0 0 2 0
Essendon 0 mins 4 5 0 0 0 0

Scoring Events

Qtr Time Score Team - Player (G.B)
1st Quarter
Q1 00:52 GOAL Eagles - Liam Ryan (1.0)
Q1 02:30 BEHIND Eagles - Jack Darling (0.1)
Q1 03:40 GOAL Bombers - Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (1.0)
Q1 05:10 BEHIND Bombers - Will Snelling (0.1)
Q1 08:47 GOAL Eagles - Oscar Allen (1.0)
Q1 11:09 BEHIND Bombers - Will Snelling (0.2)
Q1 15:05 BEHIND Bombers - Cale Hooker (0.1)
Q1 17:14 BEHIND Bombers - Joe Daniher (0.1)
Q1 20:10 GOAL Eagles - Jack Darling (1.1)
Q1 24:50 GOAL Eagles - Bailey J. Williams (1.0)
2nd Quarter
Q2 01:17 BEHIND Bombers - Cale Hooker (0.2)
Q2 06:40 BEHIND Eagles - Lewis Jetta (0.1)
Q2 07:40 BEHIND Eagles - Lewis Jetta (0.2)
Q2 11:31 GOAL Eagles - Liam Ryan (2.0)
Q2 13:23 GOAL Eagles - Liam Ryan (3.0)
Q2 15:19 GOAL Eagles - Jack Darling (2.1)
Q2 18:39 GOAL Bombers - Dyson Heppell (1.0)
Q2 21:32 GOAL Bombers - Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (2.0)
Q2 25:45 GOAL Bombers - James Stewart (1.0)
3rd Quarter
Q3 03:06 RUSHED BEHIND Eagles
Q3 04:33 BEHIND Bombers - Kyle Langford (0.1)
Q3 08:30 BEHIND Bombers - Joe Daniher (0.2)
Q3 10:13 GOAL Bombers - Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (3.0)
Q3 14:09 GOAL Eagles - Tom Cole (1.0)
Q3 16:37 RUSHED BEHIND Eagles
Q3 17:58 BEHIND Bombers - Joe Daniher (0.3)
Q3 20:55 GOAL Eagles - Liam Ryan (4.0)
4th Quarter
Q4 09:43 GOAL Bombers - Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (4.0)
Q4 16:01 BEHIND Bombers - Irving Mosquito (0.1)
Q4 19:54 BEHIND Eagles - Liam Ryan (4.1)

Team Statistics

West Coast Eagles Statistic Essendon
43 Possession % 41
34 pts (15:19 2nd Qtr) Biggest Lead 0 pts (-)
1255 Fantasy Team Score 1240
283 Disposals 324
104 Contested Possessions 102
180 Uncontested Possessions 210
75 Disposal Efficiency % 73
45 One Percenters 41
191 Kicks 173
92 Handballs 151
1 Bounces 2
26 Tackles 37
3 Tackles Inside 50s 8
10 Centre Clearances 8
15 Stoppage Clearances 22
25 Total Clearances 30
17 Contested Marks 5
9 Mark Inside 50s 8
32 Inside 50s 41
34 Rebound 50s 22
54 Turnovers 55
55 Intercepts 54
9 Goals 6
6 Behinds 9
56 Goal Accuracy 35
8 Goal Assists 5
28 Goal Efficiency 14
16 Shots At Goal 17
50 Shot Efficiency 41
33 Hit-Outs 20
15 Free Kicks For 11
11 Free Kicks Against 15
73 Interchanges 75

Player Statistics

Match Awards: 🔥: Highest AFL Fantasy Score🥇: Highest Disposals🏅: Most Goals⭐: Highest Metric👎: Most Turnovers/Free-kick Against🤡: Most Clangars

Midfield - General Play

Legend: MG: Meters GainedK: KickH: HandballD: DisposalM: MarkT: TackleHO: Hit OutG: GoalB: BehindAF: AFL Fantasy Score
Player                              # Match Awards MG K H D M T HO G B AF
West Coast Eagles
Andrew Gaff #3 242m 14 9 23 8 2 0 0 0 90
Jack Redden #8 228m 9 11 20 4 3 0 0 0 74
Luke Shuey #13 🤡 389m 9 6 15 1 3 0 0 0 51
Xavier O'Neill #24 105m 3 7 10 2 3 0 0 0 41
Dom Sheed #4 🤡 157m 7 4 11 2 2 0 0 0 40
Tim Kelly #11 246m 8 5 13 1 1 0 0 0 38
Mark Hutchings #34 85m 5 3 8 4 1 0 0 0 37
Essendon
Kyle Langford #4 🔥⭐ 187m 14 15 29 8 4 0 0 1 113
Dylan Shiel #9 🥇⭐⭐⭐ 393m 15 17 32 4 4 0 0 0 110
Zach Merrett #7 🥇⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐👎👎🤡 687m 19 13 32 5 2 0 0 0 100
Darcy Parish #3 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 234m 11 11 22 4 6 0 0 0 91
Devon Smith #5 261m 12 8 20 3 2 0 0 0 67
Dyson Heppell #21 67m 3 12 15 2 0 0 1 0 45
Dylan Clarke #37 169m 7 5 12 3 0 0 0 0 41
Andrew McGrath #1 85m 4 6 10 0 1 0 0 0 25

Midfield - Extended

Legend: 1%: One PercenterCP: Contested PossessionUP: Uncontested PossessionCM: Contested MarkM50: Marks Inside 50CLR: Total ClearanceCC: Centre ClearanceST: Stoppage ClearanceI: InterceptI50: Inside 50R50: Rebound 50TI50: Tackles Inside 50
Player                              # 1% CP UP CM M50 CLR CC ST I I50 R50 TI50
West Coast Eagles
Andrew Gaff #3 3 8 16 0 0 1 0 1 5 1 4 1
Jack Redden #8 1 7 14 0 0 3 2 1 2 2 2 0
Luke Shuey #13 1 8 7 0 0 5 2 3 3 5 0 0
Xavier O'Neill #24 1 3 7 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0
Dom Sheed #4 2 6 6 0 0 2 1 1 4 1 1 0
Tim Kelly #11 1 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0
Mark Hutchings #34 0 2 5 0 0 2 1 1 1 2 0 0
Essendon
Kyle Langford #4 0 10 19 1 0 5 1 4 1 1 0 0
Dylan Shiel #9 1 10 21 0 0 5 2 3 1 4 2 0
Zach Merrett #7 1 4 26 0 0 3 2 1 2 10 0 1
Darcy Parish #3 0 10 12 0 0 6 1 5 3 6 0 2
Devon Smith #5 4 8 10 0 0 0 0 0 8 2 4 0
Dyson Heppell #21 1 5 10 0 0 3 0 3 2 0 0 0
Dylan Clarke #37 1 5 7 0 0 2 2 0 3 3 0 0
Andrew McGrath #1 0 3 6 0 0 3 0 3 0 1 1 0

Midfield - Around the Ground

Legend: DE%: Disposal EfficiencyTO: TurnoverCLG: ClangarFF: Free-kick ForFA: Free-kick AgainstBO: BounceSAG: Shot At GoalSE: Shot EfficiencySI: Score InvolvementGA: Goal AssistG%: Goal EfficiencyTG: Time On Ground
Player                              # DE% TO CLG FF FA BO SAG SE SI GA G% TG%
West Coast Eagles
Andrew Gaff #3 87 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 100
Jack Redden #8 70 5 2 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 77
Luke Shuey #13 53 5 4 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 0 65
Xavier O'Neill #24 60 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 69
Dom Sheed #4 45 3 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 81
Tim Kelly #11 53 4 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 2 0 82
Mark Hutchings #34 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 74
Essendon
Kyle Langford #4 79 4 2 0 0 1 1 0 5 0 0 88
Dylan Shiel #9 62 6 3 3 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 88
Zach Merrett #7 68 7 4 0 2 0 0 0 7 1 0 86
Darcy Parish #3 68 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 5 1 0 77
Devon Smith #5 75 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 88
Dyson Heppell #21 86 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 100 76
Dylan Clarke #37 83 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 77
Andrew McGrath #1 60 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 36

Ruck - General Play

Legend: MG: Meters GainedK: KickH: HandballD: DisposalM: MarkT: TackleHO: Hit OutG: GoalB: BehindAF: AFL Fantasy Score
Player                              # Match Awards MG K H D M T HO G B AF
West Coast Eagles
Nic Naitanui #9 ⭐⭐👎 147m 6 3 9 1 0 22 0 0 45
Bailey J. Williams #32 👎 83m 4 2 6 2 1 11 1 0 38
Essendon
Sam Draper #38 👎 179m 4 1 5 0 4 17 0 0 42

Ruck - Extended

Legend: 1%: One PercenterCP: Contested PossessionUP: Uncontested PossessionCM: Contested MarkM50: Marks Inside 50CLR: Total ClearanceCC: Centre ClearanceST: Stoppage ClearanceI: InterceptI50: Inside 50R50: Rebound 50TI50: Tackles Inside 50
Player                              # 1% CP UP CM M50 CLR CC ST I I50 R50 TI50
West Coast Eagles
Nic Naitanui #9 2 7 2 1 0 4 4 0 0 4 0 0
Bailey J. Williams #32 0 4 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1
Essendon
Sam Draper #38 5 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1

Ruck - Around the Ground

Legend: DE%: Disposal EfficiencyTO: TurnoverCLG: ClangarFF: Free-kick ForFA: Free-kick AgainstBO: BounceSAG: Shot At GoalSE: Shot EfficiencySI: Score InvolvementGA: Goal AssistG%: Goal EfficiencyTG: Time On Ground
Player                              # DE% TO CLG FF FA BO SAG SE SI GA G% TG%
West Coast Eagles
Nic Naitanui #9 77 2 3 2 2 0 0 0 5 1 0 59
Bailey J. Williams #32 83 2 3 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 100 54
Essendon
Sam Draper #38 20 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 84

Forward - General Play

Legend: MG: Meters GainedK: KickH: HandballD: DisposalM: MarkT: TackleHO: Hit OutG: GoalB: BehindAF: AFL Fantasy Score
Player                              # Match Awards MG K H D M T HO G B AF
West Coast Eagles
Liam Ryan #1 🏅⭐⭐ 344m 12 2 14 8 1 0 4 1 94
Jack Darling #27 ⭐⭐ 265m 7 3 10 6 0 0 2 1 58
Oscar Allen #12 109m 3 1 4 2 1 0 1 0 29
Brendon Ah Chee #41 👎 82m 3 6 9 3 1 0 0 0 28
Essendon
Kyle Langford #4 🔥⭐ 187m 14 15 29 8 4 0 0 1 113
Will Snelling #40 191m 7 7 14 3 5 0 0 2 68
Devon Smith #5 261m 12 8 20 3 2 0 0 0 67
Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti #43 🏅👎 205m 7 3 10 5 0 0 4 0 60
Irving Mosquito #22 94m 3 7 10 3 4 0 0 1 49
Dyson Heppell #21 67m 3 12 15 2 0 0 1 0 45
Joe Daniher #6 128m 6 1 7 6 1 0 0 3 42
Dylan Clarke #37 169m 7 5 12 3 0 0 0 0 41
James Stewart #17 83m 5 1 6 2 1 3 1 0 33
Jake Stringer #25 18m 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 5

Forward - Extended

Legend: 1%: One PercenterCP: Contested PossessionUP: Uncontested PossessionCM: Contested MarkM50: Marks Inside 50CLR: Total ClearanceCC: Centre ClearanceST: Stoppage ClearanceI: InterceptI50: Inside 50R50: Rebound 50TI50: Tackles Inside 50
Player                              # 1% CP UP CM M50 CLR CC ST I I50 R50 TI50
West Coast Eagles
Liam Ryan #1 2 4 9 1 5 0 0 0 1 3 0 0
Jack Darling #27 4 8 3 4 2 0 0 0 2 3 1 0
Oscar Allen #12 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
Brendon Ah Chee #41 2 7 4 2 0 3 0 3 0 1 0 0
Essendon
Kyle Langford #4 0 10 19 1 0 5 1 4 1 1 0 0
Will Snelling #40 0 6 8 0 0 2 0 2 2 4 0 0
Devon Smith #5 4 8 10 0 0 0 0 0 8 2 4 0
Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti #43 0 4 6 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Irving Mosquito #22 1 5 6 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 2
Dyson Heppell #21 1 5 10 0 0 3 0 3 2 0 0 0
Joe Daniher #6 2 2 5 2 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 1
Dylan Clarke #37 1 5 7 0 0 2 2 0 3 3 0 0
James Stewart #17 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Jake Stringer #25 2 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Forward - Around the Ground

Legend: DE%: Disposal EfficiencyTO: TurnoverCLG: ClangarFF: Free-kick ForFA: Free-kick AgainstBO: BounceSAG: Shot At GoalSE: Shot EfficiencySI: Score InvolvementGA: Goal AssistG%: Goal EfficiencyTG: Time On Ground
Player                              # DE% TO CLG FF FA BO SAG SE SI GA G% TG%
West Coast Eagles
Liam Ryan #1 57 5 3 1 0 0 5 0 6 0 80 96
Jack Darling #27 60 2 1 0 0 0 3 0 6 2 66 97
Oscar Allen #12 75 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 50 83
Brendon Ah Chee #41 77 2 3 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 82
Essendon
Kyle Langford #4 79 4 2 0 0 1 1 0 5 0 0 88
Will Snelling #40 50 3 0 2 0 0 2 0 6 0 0 90
Devon Smith #5 75 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 88
Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti #43 100 2 2 0 2 0 4 0 5 0 100 92
Irving Mosquito #22 90 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 82
Dyson Heppell #21 86 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 100 76
Joe Daniher #6 28 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 4 0 0 81
Dylan Clarke #37 83 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 77
James Stewart #17 50 4 3 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 100 77
Jake Stringer #25 50 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 77

Defence - General Play

Legend: MG: Meters GainedK: KickH: HandballD: DisposalM: MarkT: TackleHO: Hit OutG: GoalB: BehindAF: AFL Fantasy Score
Player                              # Match Awards MG K H D M T HO G B AF
West Coast Eagles
Shannon Hurn #25 246m 17 3 20 12 1 0 0 0 98
Brad Sheppard #5 259m 13 7 20 9 0 0 0 0 81
Liam Duggan #14 200m 12 5 17 8 1 0 0 0 74
Josh Rotham #35 232m 14 1 15 9 0 0 0 0 72
Jeremy McGovern #20 201m 14 2 16 7 0 0 0 0 69
Tom Cole #28 10m 5 4 9 4 3 0 1 0 54
Tom Barrass #37 193m 11 0 11 6 0 0 0 0 52
Jackson Nelson #30 168m 7 3 10 6 0 0 0 0 45
Lewis Jetta #23 279m 7 5 12 1 2 0 0 2 41
Essendon
Jordan Ridley #14 ⭐⭐ 414m 18 7 25 13 0 0 0 0 108
Adam Saad #42 ⭐⭐ 372m 14 7 21 3 1 0 0 0 67
Michael Hurley #18 147m 10 6 16 7 0 0 0 0 63
Matt Guelfi #35 178m 6 6 12 5 0 0 0 0 45
Martin Gleeson #8 41m 3 7 10 1 1 0 0 0 27
Brandon Zerk-Thatcher #30 89m 3 4 7 1 1 0 0 0 22
Cale Hooker #26 57m 2 2 4 2 0 0 0 2 15

Defence - Extended

Legend: 1%: One PercenterCP: Contested PossessionUP: Uncontested PossessionCM: Contested MarkM50: Marks Inside 50CLR: Total ClearanceCC: Centre ClearanceST: Stoppage ClearanceI: InterceptI50: Inside 50R50: Rebound 50TI50: Tackles Inside 50
Player                              # 1% CP UP CM M50 CLR CC ST I I50 R50 TI50
West Coast Eagles
Shannon Hurn #25 0 3 13 1 0 0 0 0 5 1 2 0
Brad Sheppard #5 4 4 16 0 0 1 0 1 3 1 3 0
Liam Duggan #14 3 3 14 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 0
Josh Rotham #35 4 2 12 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 0
Jeremy McGovern #20 4 7 11 1 0 0 0 0 8 0 3 0
Tom Cole #28 2 4 6 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 2 0
Tom Barrass #37 9 3 8 2 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 0
Jackson Nelson #30 0 1 9 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0
Lewis Jetta #23 0 4 8 0 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 1
Essendon
Jordan Ridley #14 2 3 19 0 0 0 0 0 9 2 3 0
Adam Saad #42 3 6 13 0 0 0 0 0 9 2 6 0
Michael Hurley #18 4 3 12 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 4 0
Matt Guelfi #35 3 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0
Martin Gleeson #8 2 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0
Brandon Zerk-Thatcher #30 5 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0
Cale Hooker #26 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Defence - Around the Ground

Legend: DE%: Disposal EfficiencyTO: TurnoverCLG: ClangarFF: Free-kick ForFA: Free-kick AgainstBO: BounceSAG: Shot At GoalSE: Shot EfficiencySI: Score InvolvementGA: Goal AssistG%: Goal EfficiencyTG: Time On Ground
Player                              # DE% TO CLG FF FA BO SAG SE SI GA G% TG%
West Coast Eagles
Shannon Hurn #25 95 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 83
Brad Sheppard #5 95 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 96
Liam Duggan #14 94 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 83
Josh Rotham #35 93 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80
Jeremy McGovern #20 75 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 83
Tom Cole #28 88 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 100 82
Tom Barrass #37 100 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 93
Jackson Nelson #30 80 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 89
Lewis Jetta #23 58 4 3 0 1 0 3 0 5 0 0 88
Essendon
Jordan Ridley #14 88 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 94
Adam Saad #42 81 4 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 84
Michael Hurley #18 87 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 94
Matt Guelfi #35 75 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 69
Martin Gleeson #8 90 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 79
Brandon Zerk-Thatcher #30 85 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 91
Cale Hooker #26 50 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 0 90
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2020.08.31 10:33 Aje-h [Pre-Match Thread] Round 15: West Coast VS Essendon Team Selection

West Coast VS Essendon
Date: Tuesday, 1st August 2020
Time: 8:10PM AEST
Ground: The Gabba
Broadcast: Broadcast Guide
Discord Chat: Invite Link
Match Preview: Link

FINAL TEAM

Backs: Martin Gleeson, Michael Hurley, Brandon Zerk-Thatcher

Half-backs: Jordan Ridley, James Stewart, Adam Saad

Centre: Darcy Parish, Andrew McGrath, Kyle Langford

Half-forwards: Will Snelling, Cale Hooker, Irving Mosquito

Forwards: Devon Smith, Joe Daniher, Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti

Followers: Sam Draper, Dylan Shiel, Dyson Heppell

Interchange: Zach Merrett, Matt Guelfi, Dylan Clarke, Jake Stringer

Emergencies: Andrew Phillips, Mason Redman, Brayden Ham, Jacob Townsend

In: Heppell, Hurley, Draper

Out: Phillips, Ham, Redman (all omitted)

Milestone: Cale Hooker - 200 AFL games

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2020.08.26 10:42 Aje-h [Pre-Match Thread] Round 14: Hawthorn VS Essendon Team Selection

Hawthorn VS Essendon
Date: Thursday, 27th August 2020
Time: 4:40PM AEST
Ground: Adelaide Oval
Broadcast: Broadcast Guide
Discord Chat: Invite Link
Match Preview: Link

FINAL TEAM

Backs: Martin Gleeson, Cale Hooker, Michael Hurley

Half-backs: Jordan Ridley, Mason Redman, Adam Saad

Centre: Zach Merrett, Andrew McGrath, Brayden Ham

Half-forwards: Dylan Shiel, Kyle Langford, Irving Mosquito

Forwards: James Stewart, Joe Daniher, Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti

Followers: Andrew Phillips, Will Snelling, Darcy Parish

Interchange: Devon Smith, Matt Guelfi, Dylan Clarke, Jake Stringer

Emergencies: Brandon Zerk-Thatcher, Mitch Hibberd, Josh Begley, Jacob Townsend

In: Daniher, Hooker, Phillips

Out: Draper (managed), Bellchambers (knee), Francis (hamstring)

Milestone: Devon Smith - 150 AFL games

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2020.08.21 15:23 drawkwardjr Athens Music Walk of Fame Launch - first 10 inductees

Thought we could all use a break from arguing about mask wearing and politics. I'll go first: "what about Neutral Milk Hotel?" :)
Press release text below:
"Athens is a community known worldwide for its creative and diverse music scene, with a rich musical heritage dating from the nineteenth century. To recognize the contributions of the artists who have helped make Athens a destination for music fans, the Athens Cultural Affairs Commission (ACAC) announces the launch of the Athens Music Walk of Fame and its first 10 inductees.
The Athens Music Walk of Fame is a two-square-block area in downtown Athens bounded by Pulaski Street, East Washington Street, North Lumpkin Street, and Clayton Street. The walk passes several renowned music venues in western downtown, including the Morton Theatre, the 40 Watt Club, and the Georgia Theatre.
“The Athens Music Walk of Fame will enhance the visual and experiential appeal of downtown Athens, helping to foster community pride and a better awareness of our shared musical and cultural legacy for both locals and visitors,” said ACAC Chair Andrew Salinas.
The first 10 inductees for the Athens Music Walk of Fame show that Athens’ musical heritage far predates the alternative music scene that put Athens on the international map. While several of the artists who shaped Athens’ “indie” reputation appear among these initial inductees – including Pylon, R.E.M., and the B-52s – there are a number of figures who demonstrate the depth and breadth of Athens’ musical pedigree.
The first 10 inductees for the Athens Music Walk of Fame are:
The B-52s Danger Mouse (Brian Joseph Burton) Drive-By Truckers The Elephant 6 Recording Company Hall Johnson Neal Pattman Pylon R.E.M. Vic Chesnutt Widespread Panic
The first ten inductees were selected by a local resident committee appointed by Athens-Clarke County Mayor Kelly Girtz. During the selection process, committee members considered the contribution to the identity of Athens, established career, diverse representation in cultural and racial identity, distinct musical style, and historical context. Additional artists will be selected for induction to the Athens Music Walk of Fame in the coming years.
While many of the first 10 inductees may be more publicly known, some entrants such as Hall Johnson, who was born in Athens in 1888 and dedicated his career as an African American choral director to ensuring that African American spirituals would become part of the musical canon, are considered unsung heroes of the music scene.
The Athens Downtown Development Authority received a Tourism Product Development Grant from the Georgia Department of Economic Development that will fully fund a mobile app to accompany the walk. Visitors and residents will be able to download the app, designed by ThinkProxi, to experience the sights and sounds associated with each honoree’s contributions.
Bronze plaques installed in the sidewalk will honor these performers who have contributed to Athens’ musical legacy. Through a competitive process, a panel of community members selected Allen Sutton, an Athens-based multidisciplinary designer, and his plaque design.
The plaque design is inspired by both a guitar pick and a location pin to illustrate the link between the medium and the place it was created. The Athens-Clarke County Transportation and Public Works Department’s Streets and Drainage Division is planning to install all ten of the plaques by early September.
In honor of the launch of the Athens Music Walk of Fame, Mayor Girtz’s monthly Community Conversation video program for August will feature conversations between Mayor Girtz and inductees Michael Stipe of R.E.M. and Patterson Hood of the Drive-By Truckers. The August Community Conversation will air live on Wednesday, August 26 at 6:00 p.m. on YouTube (www.youtube.com/accgov or by searching for ‘accgov’ on the YouTube app on set-top devices such as Roku or Apple TV), Facebook (facebook.com/accgov), ACTV Spectrum Channel 180 / UGA Cablevision Channel 6, and www.accgov.com/actvlive. The video will be available on-demand after the live broadcast.
“For decades, Athens has been a wellspring of musical talent, well represented by the first class of the Walk of Fame,” says Girtz. “The Athens musical scene drew me here and continues to enrich the life of this community year after year. No doubt, today in Athens there is a song being written in a bedroom or a just-formed band rehearsing in a ragged rehearsal space that the future will regard as highly as we hold these artists.”
The Athens Music Walk of Fame is funded by the Athens Cultural Affairs Commission and supported by community partnerships, including the Athens Downtown Development Authority and the Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Arts Division.
For more information, visit www.accgov.com/publicart or contact the Athens-Clarke County Public Information Office at 706-613-3795 or [email protected]."
https://www.athensculturalaffairs.org/launch-of-athens-music-walk-of-fame/
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