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  1. Premier League Brighton & Hove Albion 1-0 Aston Villa Norwich City 1-0 Bournemouth Southampton 2-2 Wolverhampton Wanderers West Ham United 1-2 Everton Newcastle United 0-2 Chelsea Liverpool 2-1 Manchester United Scottish Cup Round 4 Partick Thistle 1-3 Celtic Dundee United 1-2 Hibernian French Cup Round 10 Gonfreville 0-3 Lille (2pm) Athlético Marseille 1-3 Rennes
  2. CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND: QB: Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City Chiefs)RB: Derrick Henry (Tennessee Titans)WR: Davante Adams (Green Bay Packers)TE: Travis Kelce (Kansas City Chiefs)K: Robbie Gould (San Francisco 49ers)DST: San Francisco 49ers MOST YARDS: Kansas City ChiefsMOST POINTS: Kansas City ChiefsTOTAL NET YARDS: 1715 Yards AFC1: Tennessee Titans @ Kansas City Chiefs: Kansas City ChiefsNFC1: Green Bay Packers @ San Francisco 49ers: San Francisco 49ers
  3. And its all change again I was Top Scorer on the Week with 88, Being the only person to pick Adams over Hill gave me a big advantage over the rest similarly with Henry. I was 2 Yards away from Gaining the extra 5 points as well for being closest to the total yards, but SpykeDudlei1 went 2 Yards higher and thus takes the 5 points as we all went lower then the actual total turned out to be. Vegeta drops to 5th being the lowest scorer on the week *Note* When calculating the scores I realised the rules don't state about QBs Rushing stats, I feel Jacksons Rushing is such a huge part of his game that they should be counted and likewise Non QBs Throwing Stats, (I think this is the 1st time we've had a TD thrown from a non QB since I've been running this) so I decided to award Jackson Rushing stats like we would for a RB so 1 Point for every 10 Yards and awarded Henry 3 Points for his Passing Touchdown. Now We all had Jackson so it hasn't affected anything however I didn't realise at the time I was the only one who had Henry so am the only person to have gained the 3 extra Points from this tweaking off the scoring so in the interest of fairness I'll ask you all if you feel I shouldn't have the extra points and we should leave the scoring as it is worded for this Postseason then Please say and I'll deduct the 3 Points back off my total, I'll completely understand. Standings After Divisional Round MVP RULZ 277 (88) [2] [1PL] johnnyboy 259 (67) [3] [1PL] SpykeDudlei1 252 (62) [4] HBK4life 248 (66) [4] vegeta 240 (48) [3] Adam619 117 (0) [5] Tildeguy~! 85 (0) [3] Bradyisgod22 66 (0) squatswithducks 15 (0) As always check the scoring below for any mistakes etc and let me know if I my calculations are off QB Lamar Jackson: 365 Yards Passing, 143 Yards Rushing, 1 Touchdown Passing, 2 Interceptions Thrown. 1 Lost Fumble = 18 Points RB Derrick Henry: 195 Yards Rushing, 1 Touchdown Passing, 7 Yards Receiving = 23 Points Mark Ingram: 22 Yards Rushing, 9 Yards Receiving = 3 Points Aaron Jones:62 Yards Rushing, 2 Touchdowns Rushing, 4 Yards Receiving = 18 Points Marshawn Lynch: 26 Yards Rushing, 2 Touchdowns Rushing = 14 Points WR Davante Adams: 160 Yards Receiving, 2 Touchdowns Receiving = 28 Points Tyreek Hill: 41 Yards Receiving, 4 Yards Rushing = 4 Points TE George Kittle: 16 Yards Receiving = 1 Point Jimmy Graham: 49 Yards Receiving = 4 Points K Dan Bailey: 1/1 FGs. 1/1 XP = 4 Points Mason Crosby: 4/4 XP = 4 Points Justin Tucker: 2/2 FG = 6 Points DST Baltimore Ravens: 1 Sack = 2 Points Green Bay Packers: 5 Sacks = 10 Points San Francisco 49ers: 6 Sacks, 1 Interception = 13 Points Most Yards: Baltimore Ravens 530 Most Points: Kansas City Chiefs 51 Total Yards: 2,880 Yards AFC1: Tennessee Titans @ Baltimore Ravens: Tennessee Titans AFC2: Houston Texans @ Kansas City Chiefs: Kansas City Chiefs NFC1: Minnesota Vikings @ San Francisco 49ers: San Francisco 49ers NFC2: Seattle Seahawks @ Green Bay Packers: Green Bay Packers Yards Tennessee Titans 300 Baltimore Ravens 530 Houston Texans 442 Kansas City Chiefs 434 Minnesota Vikings: 147 San Francisco 49ers: 308 Seattle Seahawks: 375 Green Bay Packers: 344 Points Tennessee Titans: 28 Baltimore Ravens: 12 Houston Texans: 31 Kansas City Chiefs: 51 Minnesota Vikings: 10 San Francisco 49ers: 27 Seattle Seahawks: 23 Green Bay Packers: 28 The Rules for the Championship Round are the same again aside from the restriction of ONLY BEING ALLOWED TO PICK A MAXIMUM OF 2 PLAYERS FROM ANY 1 TEAM (Note: DST is counted as 1 Player) CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND: QB: RB: WR: TE: K: DST: MOST YARDS: MOST POINTS: TOTAL NET YARDS: AFC1: Tennessee Titans @ Kansas City Chiefs: NFC1: Green Bay Packers @ San Francisco 49ers:
  4. Week 24 fixtures Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Liverpool (5:30pm) Aston Villa 1-4 Manchester City (Sunday 4:30pm) FA Trophy Second Round Farsley Celtic 1-1 Barnet w/@TildeGuy~! FA Women's Super League Brighton & Hove Albion 0-3 Arsenal (Sunday 12:30pm) Reading 0-2 Birmingham City (Sunday 2pm) Serie A Lazio 2--1 Napoli (5pm) Roma 1-2 Juventus (Sunday 7:45pm) Spanish Cup Round 2 Portugalete 2-4 Real Betis Sestao River 0-4 Athletic Bilbao (6pm) Escobedo 1-4 Sevilla (Sunday 11am)
  5. QB: Lamar Jackson (Baltimore Ravens) RB: Derrick Henry (Tennessee Titans) WR: Davante Adams (Green Bay Packers) TE: George Kittle (San Francisco 49ers) K: Dan Bailey (Minnesota Vikings) DST: Baltimore Ravens MOST YARDS: Baltimore Ravens MOST POINTS: Kansas City Chiefs TOTAL NET YARDS: 2658 Yards AFC1: Tennessee Titans @ Baltimore Ravens: Baltimore Ravens AFC2: Houston Texans @ Kansas City Chiefs: Kansas City Chiefs NFC1: Minnesota Vikings @ San Francisco 49ers: San Francisco 49ers NFC2: Seattle Seahawks @ Green Bay Packers: Seattle Seahawks
  6. And in the space of one weekend the table is flipped on its head as regular season champ HBK4life falls to 5th Whilst Nobody scored any bonus points on the Yards and Points, johnnyboy scooped up the bonus 5 points for being closest to the total yards total of 2714, going just 32 yards over, HBK4life can consider himself unlucky to not be closest as he was just 48 points Shy off the total which most Playoffs weekend would be close enough. Anyway as a result of all that we have CO New Leaders as johnnyboy used those extra points to his advantage and leaps to the top being the highest scorer, Which he was even without those 5 bonus points but to show how tight it is he would be 4th without them Despite missing part of the week Vegeta joins him at the top and it couldn't be tighter as even on the Tie Breaker (Most Regular season weeks with the highest score wins) they are tied, johnnyboy is in front however on the 2nd Tie Breaker (Most Playoff weeks with the Highest score) But Just 10 Points between the top (and what looks to be last) 5 standing in the competition. Standings After Wildcard Weekend johnnyboy 192 (65) [3] [1PL] vegeta 192 (48) [3] SpykeDudlei1 190 (57) [4] MVP RULZ 189 (55) [2] HBK4life 182 (42) [4] Adam619 117 (0) [5] Tildeguy~! 85 (0) [3] Bradyisgod22 66 (0) squatswithducks 15 (0) Scoring for the Divisional Round remains the same as the Wildcard Round As always feel free to double check my scoring below and let me know of any mistakes QB Drew Brees: 208 Yards Passing, 1 Passing Touchdown, 1 Interception Thrown = 5 Points Tom Brady: 209 Yards Passing, 1 Interception Thrown = 2 Points RB Derrick Henry: 182 yards Rushing, 1 Touchdown Rushing, 22 Yards Receiving = 26 Points James White: 14 Yards Rushing, 62 Yards Receiving = 7 Points Alvin Kamara: 21 Yards Rushing, 1 Touchdown Rushing, 34 yards Receiving = 11 Points WR Michael Thomas: 70 yards Receiving = 7 Points TE Zach Ertz: 44 Yards Receiving = 4 Points Darren Fells: 37 Yards Receiving = 3 Points Jared Cook: 54 Yards Receiving = 5 Points Kyle Rudolph: 34 Yards Receiving, 1 Reveiving Touchdown = 9 Points K Dan Bailey: 2/2 FG, 2/2 XP = 8 Points Stephen Hauschka: 4/4 FG, 1/1 XP = 13 Points Will Lutz: 2/3 FG, 2/2 XP = 6 Points DST Houston Texans: 3 sacks = 3 Points Buffalo Bills: 7 sacks = 7 Points Seattle Seahawks: 7 sacks = 7 Points Most Yards: Buffalo Bills 425 Yards Most Points: Minnesota Vikings 26 Points Total Yards: 2714 Yards AFC1: Buffalo Bills @ Houston Texans : Houston Texans AFC2: Tennessee Titans @ New England Patriots : Tennessee Titans NFC1: Minnesota Vikings @ New Orleans Saints : Minnesota Vikings NFC2: Seattle Seahawks @ Philadelphia Eagles : Seattle Seahawks Yards Buffalo Bills 425 Houston Texans 360 Tennessee Titans 272 New England Patriots 307 Minnesota Vikings 362 New Orleans Saints 324 Seattle Seahawks 382 Philadealphia Eagles 282 Points Buffalo Bills 19 Houston Texans 22 Tennessee Titans 20 New England Patriots 13 Minnesota Vikings 26 New Orleans Saints 20 Seattle Seahawks 17 Philadealphia Eagles 9
  7. Yes sorry I work in retail and the majority of my co workers on my department have a day off say Sunday and Wednesday or Sunday-Thursday so it doesn't work out quite as well for them Because my days off a together its just a nice little bonus for me. But yeah for those who do the standard Monday-Friday it's the same but I was more thinking about my fellow co workers when I was replying sorry. I suppose if I did 4 10 Hour shifts as opposed to my 5 8 hour shifts I currently do then I wouldnt lose anything and would be easy enough to do.
  8. I work Thursday-Monday and have Tuesday and Wednesdays off which is nice for me and also means for every week I book off work (Thurs-Mon) I get 9 days off in row which works out well for me. Not sure how working 4 days can financially work unless the price of everything is lowered substantially to reflect the drop in wages of everyone
  9. @Vegeta and @Adam619I'll allow you to still enter some picks for this round You can enter each match winner aside from Buffalo/Houston and if not done tonight Tennessee/New England and you will be ineligible for the Most Yards/Points and Total Yards categories but can still pick in the individual players category but again Buffalo and Houston players aside and any Tennesse/New England players If not done by Kick off tonight.
  10. MVP RULZ

    NJPW World

    NJPW world has the start times as 7am for Night 1 and 5am for night 2 I know there is usually a lot of dead air before it starts once the pre show match is done so 8am will probably be the start of the main show tomorrow.
  11. 23 fixtures FA Challenge Cup Third Round proper Fulham 2-1 Aston Villa Preston North End 1-1 Norwich City Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-2 Manchester United (5:31pm) Middlesbrough 1-3 Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday 2:01pm) Liverpool 2-0 Everton (Sunday 4:01pm) Gillingham 1-4 West Ham United (Sunday 6:16pm) FA Cup Third Round (Sunday 1pm) Brighouse Town 0-3 Barnsley Loughborough Foxes 1-4 Huddersfield Town French Cup Round of 64 Le Portel 1-4 Strasbourg (2pm) Tours 1-3 Nîmes (2pm) St-Pryvé St-Hilaire 0-2 Toulouse (5pm) Bourg-en-Bresse 1-6 Olympique Lyonnais (7:55pm) Bastia Borgo 1-3 St Étienne (Sunday 1:15pm) Lorient 2-2 Brest (Sunday 1:15pm) Reims St-Anne 1-3 Montpellier (Sunday 1:15pm) Raon-L'Étape 1-5 Lille (Sunday 1:15pm) Trélissac 2-5 Olympique de Marseille (Sunday 1:15pm) Dieppe 1-3 Angers (Sunday 4:15pm) Fréjus Saint-Raphaël 0-4 Nice (Sunday 4:15pm) Valenciennes 1-2 Dijon (Sunday 4:15pm) Montlhéry 0-7 PSG (Sunday 7:55pm)
  12. QB: Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints) RB: Derrick Henry (Tennessee Titans) WR: Michael Thomas (New Orleans Saints) TE: Zach Ertz (Philadelphia Eagles) K: Dan Bailey (Minnesota Vikings) DST: Houston Texans MOST YARDS: New Orleans Saints MOST POINTS: New Orleans Saints TOTAL NET YARDS: 2115 AFC1: Buffalo Bills @ Houston Texans : Houston Texans AFC2: Tennessee Titans @ New England Patriots : New England Patriots NFC1: Minnesota Vikings @ New Orleans Saints : New Orleans Saints NFC2: Seattle Seahawks @ Philadelphia Eagles : Seattle Seahawks
  13. Apologies as I\ve just realised I never did update the standings last week Anyhow the Final Regular season standings are below Stanings After Week 17 HBK4life 140 (9) [4] vegeta 134 (7) [3] MVP RULZ 134 (9) [2] SpykeDudlei1 133 (8) [4] johnnyboy 127 (8) [3] Adam619 117 (0) [5] Tildeguy~! 85 (0) [3] Bradyisgod22 66 (0) squatswithducks 15 (0) Congratulations to HBK4life on winning the regular season and heads into the Playoffs with a nice 6 point cushion atop the standings, a single point separates the next 3 with johnnyboy 6 further back Right now the real fun begins and the chance to make up some quick ground, below is the summary of the rules of the wildcard round which I believe we are all familiar with now but a quick refresher cant hurt LET THE PLAYOFFS COMMENCE Note: For those that are new to the game or those just wanting a quick refresher below Is a detailed explanation of how things will work over the next few weeks during the NFL Playoffs (Superbowl round has further explanations but lets not worry about that for now) WILDCARD WEEKEND (4 GAMES) - Pick winners in each of the 4 games (as per regular season) - Pick 1 Quarterback, 1 Running Back, 1 Wide Receiver, 1 Tight End, 1 Kicker and 1 Defence/Special team from the teams involved in the round SCORING WILL WORK AS FOLLOWS - 1 Point for every correct Match prediction (as per regular season) -QB: 3 points for every TD pass, 6 points for every TD they score personally, 1 Point for every 50 yards passing, Minus 2 Points for every Interception thrown -RB: 6 points for every rushing or receiving TD, 1 point for every 10 yards rushing/receiving. Minus 2 points for every lost fumble -WR/TE: 6 points for every receiving or rushing TD, 1 point for every 10 yards Receiving/rushing. Minus 2 points for every fumble lost -KICKER: 1 point for every extra point made and 3 points for every FG made. Minus 2 point for every misses/Blocked Kick but 5 points added for an onside attempt recovered. -DST(DEFENCE/SPECIALTEAMS): 10 points for a KO/Punt returned for a TD, 5 points if an INT or fumble is returned for a TD, 2 points for every sack on the QB, 1 Point for an INT PLUS 15 bonus points if your D holds the Opposition to a shutout in the game. -Most Yards (Team): Choose ONE TEAM you think will accumulate the MOST NET YARDS OVER THE 4 GAMES. 5 points awarded to each player who correctly predicts the team NB: No need to predict actual yards -Most Points (Team): Choose ONE TEAM you think will score the MOST POINTS OVER THE 4 GAMES. 5 points awarded to each player who correctly predicts the team NB: No need to predict actual points -TOTAL NET YARDS (Eg, 1878 YARDS): predict what you think wil be the TOTAL NET YARDAGE (RUSHING AND PASSING) from ALL 4 GAMES, if your guess is spot on you'll be awarded 15 points, otherwise the player closest will get 5 bonus points So Just follow my layout below and we should be good to go QB: RB: WR: TE: K: DST: MOST YARDS: MOST POINTS: TOTAL NET YARDS: AFC1: Buffalo Bills @ Houston Texans : AFC2: Tennessee Titans @ New England Patriots : NFC1: Minnesota Vikings @ New Orleans Saints : NFC2: Seattle Seahawks @ Philadelphia Eagles :
  14. Week 17 Fixtures Sunday December 29th MiamI Dolphins @ New England Patriots Los Angeles Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs Cleveland Browns @ Cincinnati Bengals Chicago Bears @ Minnesota Vikings New Orleans Saints @ Carolina Panthers Green Bay Packers @ Detroit Lions Atlanta Falcons @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers New York Jets @ Buffalo Bills Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Ravens Tennessee Titans @ Houston Texans Indianapolis Colts @ Jacksonville Jaguars Arizona Cardinals @ Los Angeles Rams Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Giants Oakland Raiders @ Denver Broncos San Francisco 49ers @ Seattle Seahawks
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