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Tim Sports Report for 2015 NFL Week 2

Top 5

1. QB Tom Brady 38/59 for 466 yards, 3 TDs, Fmb, 105.6 QBR vs. BUF

2. RB Matt Jones 19 carries for 123 yards, 2 TDs, Fmb vs. STL

3. WR Antonio Brown 9 receptions for 195 yards, TD vs. SF

4. WR Larry Fitzgerald 8 receptions for 112 yards, 3 TDs vs. CHI

5. QB Derek Carr 30/46 for 351 yards, 3 TDs, INT, 100.9 QBR vs. BAL

Worst of the Worst

5. Romo suffers fractured clavicle. Cowboys now without two biggest play-makers.

4. QB Andrew Luck 21/37 for 250 yards, TD, 3 INT, Fmb, 52.8 QBR vs. NYJ

3. Giants choke again, drop to Falcons after 10-point 4th quarter lead

2. RB DeMarco Murray 13 carries for 2 yards vs. DAL

1. The Eagles-Cowboys game was one of the worst sporting events I’d ever seen. Dallas had 18 penalties for 142 yards. Philadelphia had 7 total rushing yards.

Steelers Recap

Against one of the weakest teams in the NFL, the Steelers exploded. Ben went 21/27 for 369 yards and three touchdowns, DeAngelo Williams had three touchdowns of his own on the ground and Antonio Brown delivered one of the best performances of the week, catching nine of 11 targets for 195 yards and a touchdown. The defense allowed three points in the game’s first three quarters, sacked the elusive Kaepernick five times and held Carlos Hyde to 43 yards on the ground. The Steelers throttled the 49ers all game long. The only down side was that Josh Scobee, the former Jaguars kicker that the Steelers traded for to replace Shaun Suisham, still can’t make a field goal, missing yet another extra point in Sunday’s contest.

Looking forward to this Sunday, the St. Louis Rams have played at their best and their worst in the season’s opening weeks. They defeated the Seahawks in overtime at home, scoring 34 points against one of the best defenses in the league. Last week, however, that team was nowhere to be found, as they struggled against the Redskins, one of the worst teams in the league, on both sides of the ball, including their defensive front being run over by rookie running back Matt Jones. They would go on to lose that game 24-10.

Given the Rams desperate offense, even with the planned introduction of Todd Gurley, I don’t expect many if any struggles from the Steelers defense. Meanwhile, Le’Veon Bell returns to the lineup and I can only imagine how lethal the offense will become with his return. I’m taking Pittsburgh in this one.

Game of the Week: Chiefs @ Packers

This week’s slate of games holds little interest aside from this Monday Night football  mash. The Chiefs and Packers both hold a top-ten spot in my power rankings this week. Got to take Green Bay at home though.

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Why I Hope Mike Mitchell Gets Cut

Mike Mitchell was in the news on Tuesday after confrontations with multiple fans over social media. During the Steelers narrow win over the Titans, Mike Mitchell struggled. Especially considering the absence of Troy Polamalu leaving our other safety as 32-year-old Will Allen, Mitchell was given the responsibility of covering the team’s backside.

After jumping in front of Titans’ QB Zach Mettenberger’s first pass and returning it for six points, CB William Gay attempted to repeat the feat on the Titans’ drive late in the second quarter. Mitchell, who again, plays safety so as to provide a safety blanket behind the defense, instead decided to jump a route as well, leaving no one and I mean no one behind to prevent former Steeler Nate Washington from going for a 80-yard touchdown. That, along with some other shoddy secondary play against a rookie quarterback, led to fans saying Mitchell was the Steelers’ worst free agent signing of all-time. That obviously isn’t true and those who have said such things can’t be considered true sports fans or sports-minded intellectuals. I was able to gather that last tip using my brain, some common sense and knowing that no matter how good you are at something, there will always be haters. There will be people who don’t respect you even if you’ve proven to be nearly god-like in your efforts.

QB Tom Brady is a perfect example. I hated Tom Brady for many years and rooted against him because I was tired of seeing the New England Patriots win everything. However, through maturity and some human decency, I’ve been able to comprehend that Tom Brady is one of the best quarterbacks of all-time. To come through in the clutch as many times as he has and continue to excel despite multiple roster changes is a testament to his leadership and his dedication to the game. Do I consider myself a Tom Brady fan? Definitely not, I still find myself rooting against him a fair amount, but there’s no doubt that I respect him and there’s truly no reason to hate him as a person because let’s be honest, he’s never done anything on or off the field to demonstrate poor character and you can’t say he’s lazy in his profession because evidently he’s not. You can still hate him if you want to and I won’t call you stupid for doing so, but at the same time, you’re stupid.

Now, Mitchell is not one of the greats and never will be, so naturally he should expect more criticism. Some of that is because of obnoxious fans. You don’t respond to them. You don’t give them anything to feed off of. An elementary school counselor could explain this concept if needed.

Mitchell either didn’t pass elementary school, didn’t open his ears or has anger management issues. I’m likely to go with option three but at this point, options one and two are still on the table, especially after Tomlin claims to have told Mitchell not to leap the pile in the Jets game and he did it anyway.

What Mitchell did in response to those tweets was worse than anything that fans could have said to him. Here are some of those tweets:

“Lol, I’ll do no such thing. You on the other hand kill yourself.”

“You’re a moron and obviously a broke b@#$%, begging for money lol. Die broke.”

“B@#$%, you trash.”

To tell someone to kill themselves and die broke is pretty terrible and demonstrates no class or self-control. Not only did Mitchell feed the fire, but he also managed to alienate all of Steelers nation. Pittsburgh is a blue-collar city and always has been. A coal mining monopoly until deindustrialization in the 1980’s, people in Pittsburgh know what it’s like to work for a living. A lot of people in Pittsburgh and in cities all over the country look forward to the weekend but predominantly Sunday because Sunday means football. Diehard fans are just as much a part of the team as the players and coaching staff.

Instead of him not saying anything and fans coming to his defense as I’m sure would have happened, Mitchell managed to give them all the finger as well as a good look at the indecent fool that he is. He’s probably best friends with LeGarrette Blount.

Well, what d’ya know? In an article regarding Blount being cut by the Steelers, Mitchell defended his ex-teammate.

“I actually know him and a lot of people don’t know him. He is not a selfish guy at all.”

How would you describe someone who leaves the team because they don’t get to be the star? A role model?

“He is a competitive guy who wants to be on the field, wants to win games, wants to help us win games.”

I don’t think Blount wants to be on the field, Mitchell. He left of his own free will. Therefore, I don’t think he wants to help the Steelers win games because in order to score points, he has to be on the field and the only way to get on the field is to wait patiently on the sideline, which he didn’t do.

I also find it pitiful that Mitchell said “wants to win games” before “wants to help us win games.” Sure, that’s just a word choice, but he consciously picked those words and it is attitude and personality that point you to the words you choose next. He put team at the end because that’s how he prioritizes it.

Mike Mitchell has demonstrated that he is a replica of Golden Tate. If there is one person in all of sports that I hope suffers an injury or gets a good punch from Andre Johnson, it’s Golden Tate.

Tony Romo was at the top of my list for a long time and right behind him was Kobe Bryant, Alex Rodriguez and Alex Ovechkin. However, Kobe’s knee and ankle injuries have finally shut him up but not before he set the NBA record for most missed field goals, which I was thrilled about. Alex Rodriguez was suspended the entire season. MLB  finally did something right. Alex Ovechkin has become a captain of a terrible team and has continued to be the puck-hog, “I don’t know how to pass” player I expected, which has led to multiple early playoff exits and missing the playoffs altogether. Finally, Tony Romo is still as untalented and useless as he was when he botched the extra point in that playoff game against Seattle, one of my favorite NFL memories.

With all that said, Tate is the worst. How he was ever accepted into Notre Dame I don’t know because he is one of the most disgusting, dishonorable and selfish pieces of turd in all of professional sports. During his career, he’s managed to play for the Seahawks, one of my least favorite teams because of all the cocky individuals on that team. Looking at you, Sherman. He said he caught a ball in the Seahawks-Packers game that the replacement refs botched, a ball that everyone with an unbiased mind can recognize he didn’t catch, demonstrating his lack of honesty and professional courtesy. Finally, he flicked off a player on his way to score a long touchdown on live television. That’s what I think of Golden Tate.

But back to Mitchell. Mike Mitchell, despite the fact that I couldn’t tell you almost anything about his playing career, has earned a spot on my Most-Hated Players List. Mitchell’s actions clearly demonstrated he couldn’t give a rat’s behind about the organization, the fans or his teammates. He cares about money and himself. Those seem to be his only two motivations. I hate people who are motivated by money and themselves. Therefore, I hate you Mike Mitchell. Be sure to “break a leg” out there.

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Tim Sports Report for 2014 NFL Week 1

Top 5

1. QB Matt Ryan 31/43 for (franchise record) 448 yards, 3 TDs, 128.8 QBR vs. NO

2. TE Julius Thomas 7 receptions for 104 yards, 3 TDs vs. IND

3. RB Knowshon Moreno 24 carries for 134 yards, TD vs. NE

4. WR Calvin Johnson 7 receptions for 164 yards, 2 TDs vs. NYG

5. RB Le’Veon Bell 21 carries for 109 yards,  TD, 6 receptions for 88 yards vs. CLE

Worst of the Worst

1. Steelers lead 27-3 at half, then allow 24 unanswered points before winning on a last-second field goal.

2. Eagles limited to 129 yards and Foles commits three turnovers in first half vs. JAC

3. QB Tony Romo 23/37 for 281 yards, TD, 3 INTs, 60.7 QBR vs. SF

4. Jets commit 11 penalties for 105 yards, 2 turnovers and 1/4 in the red zone vs. OAK

5. Raiders held to minute 158 total yards vs. NYJ

Steelers Recap

The Steelers had a stellar first half and more than exceeded my expectations for week one…until the second half started. From that point onward, the Steelers reminded all of its fans why they started 0-4 last year. Undisciplined play, atrocious pass coverage and total negligence on the run defense, they were all present. The Steelers may have won the game, but the fact remains they played a little over half the game, not a full 60 minutes, something that coach Tomlin has had to constantly remind his players to do. In Baltimore tomorrow, Ravens win.

Game of the Week: PHI @ IND

The Eagles were dreadful in the first half of their game against the Jaguars. The Colts, on the other hand, showed some resolve and determination, almost completing a comeback against the Denver Broncos. The Colts look hot and the Eagles, not. Luck leads his team to victory.

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Tim Sports Report for 2013 NFL Week 10

Top 5

1. Saints set record for most first downs in a game (40), hold Cowboys to 0/9 on third down and 193 total yards, get 625 themselves including 245 rushing vs. DAL

2. WR Tavon Austin 2 receptions for 138 yards, 2 TDs and a punt return touchdown vs. IND

3. CIN LB Vincent Rey 15 tackles, 10 solo, 3 sacks and an interception vs. BAL

4. QB Drew Brees 34/41 for 392 yards, 4 TDs, 139.0 QBR vs. DAL

5. WR Demaryius Thomas 7 receptions for 108 yards, 3 TDs vs. SD

Worst of the Worst

1. Colts go 2/12 on third down, commit five turnovers, get 18 yards rushing, and allow two defensive/special teams TDs vs. STL

2. Ravens S James Ihedigbo tips hail mary ball to A.J. Green for last second TD to force overtime

3. Dolphins get two yards rushing vs. TB

4. QB Colin Kaepernick 11/22 for 91 yards, INT, six sacks, 42.0 QBR vs. CAR

5. QB Tony Romo 10/24 for 128 yards, TD, 72.9 QBR vs. NO

Steelers Recap

The Steelers beat the Buffalo Bills this past Sunday  23-10. The Burgh held the Bills to 95 yards rushing on the game, limiting the tandem of Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller to 78 yards. Pittsburgh held Buffalo to 3/14 on third down and went 8/17 themselves. However, the team was 2/5 in the redzone, which kept the Bills in the game when it easily could have been 35-10. The Steelers face the Lions this upcoming Sunday, a team that leads the NFC North at 6-3. One of the best quarterback-wide receiver tandems in football in Stafford and Megatron will give the Steelers secondary plenty of work. Reggie Bush is a more than capable runningback and I just don’t see how the Steelers can win this game and that’s without mentioning the matchup of the stellar Lions D-line against the patch-worked Steelers O-line.

Game of the Week: Patriots @ Panthers

Last week, I picked the Cowboys and Saints as the game of the week but the game was overshadowed by the defensive showdown between the Panthers and 49ers. The Panthers went on to win the game and they’re on a five-game winning streak. This Monday Night matchup will show if the Panthers are playoff-bound or not. I’m not sure who to pick in this one yet. It could go either way.

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Tim Sports Report for 2013 NFL Week 5

Top 5

1. QB Peyton Manning 33/42 for 414 yards, 4 TDs, INT, 129.6 QBR vs. DAL

Moved past Dan Marino for second on career passing yards list

Set record by throwing 20 TDs without an INT to start a season

Manning’s 20 TDs in five games broke Daunte Culpepper’s record for Minnesota of 18 in 2004

Also: Broncos’ 230 points in first five games is the most by any NFL team in history

They are the fourth team in NFL history to score 50 points in consecutive games. No one’s done it three straight.

1,039 yards combined between Dallas and Denver in the 4th highest scoring game in NFL history and tied for the second highest in regulation since the merger in 1970.

2. QB Tony Romo 25/36 for 506 yards, 5 TDs, INT, 140.0 QBR vs. DEN

Broke franchise record for passing in a single game

5th QB in NFL history to throw at least 500 yards and 5 TDs

3. WR Alshon Jeffery 10 receptions for 218 yards, TD vs. NO

Set franchise record for single game receiving

4. QB Geno Smith 16/20 for 199 yards, 3 TDs, 147.7 QBR vs. ATL

5. TE Julius Thomas 9 receptions for 122 yards, 2 TDs vs. DAL

Worst of the Worst

1. QB Cam Newton 21/39 for 308 yards, 3 INTs, Fmble, 7 sacks, 47.8 QBR vs. ARI

2. QB Matt Schaub 19/35 for 173 yards, 3 INTs, 32.2 QBR vs. SF

First QB to throw four pick-6’s in four consecutive games

3. Falcons lose to Jets, fall to 1-4 after going 13-3 last year

4. Defense in Cowboys-Broncos game

5. Chargers commit five turnovers in loss to Raiders

Steelers Recap

The Steelers have a -11 turnover differential and are the only team with no takeaways. They have the second worst turnover differential behind the New York Giants. The Jets have a -9 turnover differential, which is the third worst. Given that, this is a game the Steelers should definitely be able to win. Two of Geno’s touchdowns came after a drive that started within the Atlanta 35, meaning Geno Smith didn’t need to work too hard to get those points. The Steelers are 25th against the rush and they’re last in rushing. They’ve got to change those stats. Geno Smith has shown he is vulnerable to turnovers so the Steelers must get some takeaways in this game. I’m going to take the Steelers in this one.

Game of the Week: Saints @ Patriots

The Saints are on a roll and the Patriots are struggling. I’ll take the Saints.


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2013-2014 NFL Preview: NFC East

All the numbers that come after players’ names represent how they were rated on ESPN’s Free Agent Tracker.



GET: DT Cullen Jenkins (80), DT Mike Patterson (71), CB Aaron Ross (71), LB Dan Connor (69), S Ryan Mundy (66), K Josh Brown (65), TE Brandon Myers (59)

LOSE: DE Osi Umenyiora (80), RB Ahmad Bradshaw (78), DT Chris Canty (78), S Kenny Phillips (77), TE Martellus Bennett (74), LB Chase Blackburn (66), WR Domenik Hixon (61)

RE-SIGNS: WR Victor Cruz (80), OT Will Beatty (79), S Stevie Brown (71), G Kevin Boothe (71), DT Shaun Rogers (69)

DRAFT: 1st round: OT Justin Pugh, Syracuse     2nd round: DT Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State     3rd round: DE Damontre Moore, Texas A&M     4th round: QB Ryan Nassib, Syracuse     5th round: S Cooper Taylor, Richmond     7th round: G Eric Herman, Ohio     RB Michael Cox, Massachusetts

SUMMARY:  After winning Super Bowl XLVI against the New England Patriots, the Giants went 9-7 with a defense that was 28th against the pass, 25th against the rush and gave up the second-most yards per game behind the New Orleans Saints. So despite a defense that just didn’t click last year, the Giants almost made the playoffs anyway. The Giants had a decent offseason. DE Osi Umenyiora left for Atlanta, but the Giants got two DT’s in Cullen Jenkins and Mike Patterson to help out up front. TE Brandon Myers is a risk, as Myers never was very productive in Oakland, but the Giants hope that will change with QB Eli Manning throwing to him. RB David Wilson seems ready to take over the starting runningback duties and if he can demonstrate the same explosiveness as he did last year, the Giants may make an improvement from last year’s 14th-best rushing attack. Manning is renowned for his durability, as he has played eight consecutive seasons without missing a start, and should continue to produce consistently as he has done his entire career. The secondary is solid, but the linebacking core is young this year. Despite last year’s poor defensive performance, I expect coach Tom Coughlin will have gotten this defense back into shape. The Giants have won at least eight games in every season since 2004, when they went 6-10 in Coughlin’s first year. I expect that streak to continue this year as the Giants edge out the Redskins for the division crown.


Week 1: @ DAL   Week 2: vs. DEN   Week 3: @ CAR   Week 4: @ KC   Week 5: vs. PHI   Week 6: @ CHI   Week 7: vs. MIN   Week 8: @ PHI   Week 9: BYE   Week 10: vs. OAK   Week 11: vs. GB   Week 12: vs. DAL   Week 13: @ WSH   Week 14: @ SD  Week 15: vs. SEA   Week 16: @ DET   Week 17: vs. WSH


GET: none

LOSE: OT Jammal Brown (76), S Madieu Williams (74)

RE-SIGNS: TE Fred Davis (79), CB DeAngelo Hall (79), G Kory Lichtensteiger (69)

DRAFT: 2nd round: CB David Amerson, North Carolina State     3rd round: TE Jordan Reed, Florida     4th round: S Phillip Thomas, Fresno State     5th round: RB Chris Thompson, Florida State     OLB Brandon Jenkins, Florida State     6th round: S Bacarri Rambo, Georgia     7th round: RB Jawan Jamison, Rutgers

SUMMARY: This team went far beyond expectations last year, winning their last seven games to make the playoffs. This despite a defense that gave up a total of 377.7 yards per game (28th), 24.3 points per game (22nd) and a pass defense that was 30th in the league. However, the Washington Redskins finished high in two of the most important statistics in the game: turnover differential and turnovers. They had the third highest turnover differential at +17. Only Chicago and New England were better. The Redskins also had only 14 turnovers, the fewest in the league. TE Fred Davis, OLB Brian Orakpo and  veteran S Brandon Meriweather are all coming back from injuries. However, the Redskins lost 4th round pick S Phillip Thomas to a Lisfranc tear, meaning 6th round pick S Bacarri Rambo will be one of the starting safeties. The linebacking core is strong, but the secondary must perform better than last year, especially if CB DeAngelo Hall is part of that unit. RB Alfred Morris should keep the rushing game moving smoothly and although I’m worried about QB Robert Griffin III’s durability, he is consistently accurate and doesn’t commit a lot of turnovers.  If the secondary improves and RG3 stays healthy, this team could overtake the Giants for the division.


Week 1: vs. PHI   Week 2: @ GB   Week 3: vs. DET   Week 4: @ OAK   Week 5: BYE   Week 6: @ DAL   Week 7: vs. CHI   Week 8: @ DEN   Week 9: vs. SD   Week 10: @ MIN   Week 11: @ PHI   Week 12: vs. SF   Week 13: vs. NYG   Week 14: vs. KC   Week 15: @ ATL   Week 16: vs. DAL   Week 17: @ NYG


GET: LB Justin Durant (77)

LOSE: RB Felix Jones (75), LB Dan Connor (69), DE Kenyon Coleman (69), CB Mike Jenkins (67), WR Kevin Ogletree (64), S Gerald Sensabaugh (retired)

RE-SIGNS: LB Anthony Spencer (80), C Phil Costa (68)

DRAFT: 1st round: C Travis Frederick, Wisconsin     2nd round: TE Gavin Escobar, San Diego State     3rd round: WR Terrance Williams, Baylor     S J.J. Wilcox, Georgia Southern     4th round: CB B.W. Webb, William & Mary     5th round: RB Joseph Randle, Oklahoma State     6th round: OLB DeVonte Holloman, South Carolina

SUMMARY: The Dallas Cowboys had one of the worst offseasons in my opinion. They got LB Justin Durant in free agency, but that was it, even though their defense was a cause for concern last year. They gave up 25 points per game (24th) and the team had a -13 turnover differential, tied for fifth-worst in the league. The Cowboys had the second-worst rushing attack last year and to solve it, drafted a running back in the fifth round, even though runningback should have been one of the main priorities for this team. RB Demarco Murray breached the 100-mark one time last year, which was on opening day and that’s gotta change if this team wants to win. QB Tony Romo shows time and time again he is not the quarterback for this team, but Jerry Jones signed him to a contract extension this summer so the Cowboys will continue to turn the ball over and fail to perform when it matters. The Cowboys haven’t made the postseason since 2009 and I don’t see that changing this year.


Week 1: vs. NYG   Week 2: @ KC   Week 3: vs. STL   Week 4: @ SD   Week 5: vs. DEN   Week 6: vs. WSH   Week 7: @ PHI   Week 8: @ DET   Week 9: vs. MIN   Week 10: @ NO   Week 11: BYE   Week 12: @ NYG   Week 13: vs. OAK   Week 14: @ CHI   Week 15: vs. GB   Week 16: @ WSH   Week 17: vs. PHI


GET: LB Connor Barwin (79), S Kenny Phillips (77), DT Isaac Sopoaga (77), S Patrick Chung (75), P Donnie Jones (75), RB Felix Jones (75), CB Cary Williams (73), FB James Casey (67), CB Bradley Fletcher (66)

LOSE: DT Cullen Jenkins (80), CB Nnamdi Asomugha (80), CB Dominique Rodger-Cromartie (78), DT Mike Patterson (71), LB Akeem Jordan (70)

RE-SIGNS: none

DRAFT: 1st round: OT Lane Johnson, Oklahoma     2nd round: TE Zach Ertz, Stanford     3rd round: DT Bennie Logan, LSU     4th round: QB Matt Barkley, USC     5th round: S Earl Wolff, North Carolina State     7th round: DE Joe Kruger, Utah     CB Jordan Poyer, Oregon State     DE David King, Oklahoma

SUMMARY: This team was once called a dream team by fans a couple of years ago, fated to make a Super Bowl run. Everyone, including myself, was wrong. QB Michael Vick has failed to shine the last few years, WR DeSean Jackson is no longer the electric receiver he used to be, the defense has fallen apart, and RB LeSean McCoy is dealing with injuries. College coaches haven’t had much success in the pros, but the Eagles are hoping new coach Chip Kelly will be different. The team lost two of its best DT’S as well as both of their starting CB’s. They picked up two new safeties, and CB Cary Williams from Baltimore is expected to start. Despite all the help, I don’t think the Philly defense will improve much after allowing 27.8 points per game (tied-29th) last year. The Eagles have to get a better turnover differential, after a -24 last year, tied for worst in the league. The secondary will struggle and the offense will once again fall on RB LeSean McCoy and QB Michael Vick, who has less targets to throw to after WRs Jeremy Maclin and WR Arrelious Benn tore their ACL’s. The city of brotherly love won’t be getting any love on the field this year.


Week 1: @ WSH   Week 2: vs. SD   Week 3: vs. KC   Week 4: @ DEN   Week 5: @ NYG   Week 6: @ TB   Week 7: vs. DAL   Week 8: vs. NYG   Week 9: @ OAK   Week 10: @ GB   Week 11: vs. WSH   Week 12: BYE   Week 13: vs. ARI   Week 14: vs. DET   Week 15: @ MIN   Week 16: vs. CHI   Week 17: @ DAL


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