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NFL announces TV schedule change for Week 8 (October 27)

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WEEK 8 (OCTOBER 27) SCHEDULE CHANGE:

BRONCOS-COLTS SHIFTS TO 1:00 PM ET,

RAIDERS-TEXANS MOVES TO 4:25 PM ET, ON CBS

 

The NFL announced today scheduling changes for Week 8 on Sunday, October 27.

The Oakland Raiders at Houston Texans game will move from 1:00 PM ET to 4:25 PM ET on CBS.

The Denver Broncos at Indianapolis Colts game, originally scheduled at 4:25 PM ET, will move to 1:00 PM ET, on CBS.

 

The following is the final Week 8 schedule (all times ET):

Thursday, October 24
Washington Redskins at Minnesota Vikings 8:20 PM FOX/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, October 27
Seattle Seahawks at Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM FOX
Philadelphia Eagles at Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM FOX
Los Angeles Chargers at Chicago Bears 1:00 PM FOX
New York Giants at Detroit Lions 1:00 PM FOX
Denver Broncos at Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM CBS
New York Jets at Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 PM CBS
Cincinnati Bengals at Los Angeles Rams (London) 1:00 PM CBS
Arizona Cardinals at New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM CBS
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM FOX
Carolina Panthers at San Francisco 49ers 4:05 PM FOX
Oakland Raiders at Houston Texans 4:25 PM CBS
Cleveland Browns at New England Patriots 4:25 PM CBS
Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs 8:20 PM NBC
Monday, October 28
Miami Dolphins at Pittsburgh Steelers 8:15 PM ESPN

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

Daily Almanac for Sunday, October 13, 2019

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DAILY ALMANAC WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF www.almanac.com

 

Huge game tonight on 1ST & GOAL! City South Division clash of 6-0 teams

 

 

One of the biggest games this season in the Columbus City League South Division!

Two 6-0 teams will clash on 1ST & GOAL, Walnut Ridge at the improved Columbus South.

Game has Playoff implications.

Join Josh Cassinger and I for the pregame show at 6:30. We will have Coaches Corner with South head coach George Yates II.

You can LISTEN LIVE HERE https://www.meridix.com/event/157774…

 

The Rest of the City League Schedule:

 

BEECHCROFT AT WHETSTONE

 

BRIGGS AT AFRICENTRIC

 

EASTMOOR AT WEST

 

LINDEN AT CENTENNIAL

 

MIFFLIN AT EAST

 

 

Central Division’s Nashville Predators 2019-20 Outlook: Team is always a Stanley Cup contender

 

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NASHVILLE PREDATORS: TEAM LOOK-AHEAD
The Predators are the two-time defending Central Division champions after claiming the No. 1 seed in the regular-season in both 2017-18 and 2018-19. Nashville looks to top 100 standings points in three consecutive seasons for the first time in franchise history after hitting 100 in 2018-19 (47-29-6) and capturing the Presidents’ Trophy with 117 points in 2017-18 (53-18-11).

The Predators also put their five-year playoff run on the line in 2019-20, tied with the Capitals for the second-longest active streak of postseason appearances behind the Penguins (13).

SEASON-OPENING STATS
* The Predators got off to a fast start in 2018-19, opening with an 8-2-0 (16 points) record to lead all teams through 10 games. Nashville also opened 2018-19 with eight consecutive road wins, the third-longest road winning streak from the start of a season in NHL history.

OFFENSIVE OUTLOOK
Viktor Arvidsson has led or co-led the Predators in goals in each of the last three seasons, including a career-high 34 tallies in just 58 games in 2018-19. His 0.59 goals-per-game average ranked third in the NHL (min. 20 GP) behind 50-goal scorers Alex Ovechkin (0.63) and Leon Draisaitl (0.61).

* Arvidsson is one of five players to lead their current team in goals in each of the last three or more seasons. He is joined by Ovechkin (14; 2005-06—2018-19 w/ WSH), Vladimir Tarasenko (5; 2014-15—2018-19 w/ STL), Anders Lee (3; 2016-17—2018-19 w/ NYI) and Tyler Seguin (3; 2016-17—2018-19 w/ DAL).

* New acquisition Matt Duchene also topped 30 goals in 2018-19 with the Senators and Blue Jackets (31-39—70 in 73 GP). The Predators have had multiple players score 30 goals in a season on three occasions: 2005-06 (Steve Sullivan: 31 & Paul Kariya: 31), 2015-16 (Filip Forsberg: 33 & James Neal: 31) and 2016-17 (Arvidsson: 31 & Forsberg: 31).

* Captain Roman Josi has reached the 50-point mark four times in his career, including 15-41—56 in 2018-19 (82 GP). He needs 52 points to become the second defenseman in franchise history to record 400 points with the Predators (Shea Weber: 166-277—443 in 763 GP).

* Forsberg and Craig Smith have each scored 20 or more goals five times with the Predators – no player in franchise history has recorded six 20-goal campaigns with the club.

THE FUTURE IS NOW
* After ten games with Nashville in 2018-19 – four in the regular season, six in the playoffs – Dante Fabbro is expected to contend for a full-time NHL role in 2019-20. Current Predators defenseman Dan Hamhuis holds the franchise records for goals, assists (tied) and points by a rookie blueliner, marks he set in 2003-04 (7-19—26 in 80 GP). Seth Jones also had 19 assists as a rookie in 2013-14, falling one short of Hamhuis in the other categories (6-19—25 in 77 GP). In total, only three rookie defensemen have topped 20 points in a season with the Predators: Hamhuis, Jones and Cody Franson (6-15—21 in 2009-10).

BETWEEN THE PIPES
Pekka Rinne is one of three goaltenders with 30 or more wins in each of the last five seasons, joining Devan Dubnyk and Braden Holtby. Overall, Rinne has reached the 30-win plateau eight times in 13 seasons – only Martin Brodeur (14), Patrick Roy (13), Henrik Lundqvist (11), Marc-Andre Fleury (9) and Ed Belfour (9) have more 30-win seasons in NHL history.

FIRST IMPRESSIONS
A look at how players have fared historically in their debut game/season with the franchise:

First game with Predators. . .
SKATERS
Most goals: 3 – Steve Sullivan (Feb. 18, 2004)
Most assists: 1 – 37 players; most recent: Kyle Turris (Nov. 11, 2017)
Most points: 4 – Steve Sullivan (Feb. 18, 2004)

DEFENSEMEN
Most goals: 1 – 4 players; most recent: P.K. Subban (Oct. 14, 2016)
Most assists: 1 – 11 players; most recent: Samuel Girard (Oct. 10, 2017)
Most points: 2 – Denis Grebeshkov (March 2, 2010)

GOALTENDERS
Most saves: 39 – Jan Lasak (April 9, 2002)
Shutout: None

First season with Predators. . .
SKATERS
Most goals: 31 – Paul Kariya (2005-06)
Most assists: 54 – Paul Kariya (2005-06)
Most points: 85 – Paul Kariya (2005-06)
DEFENSEMEN
Most goals: 16 – Andy Delmore (2001-02)
Most assists: 39 – Marek Zidlicky (2003-04)
Most points: 53 – Marek Zidlicky (2003-04)

GOALTENDERS
Most wins: 23 – Dan Ellis (2007-08)
Most Shutouts: 6 – Dan Ellis (2007-08)

 

PREVIEW WRITTEN BY NHL PUBLIC RELATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

What to Look For in Week 6 of the NFL

 

​​​​WHAT TO LOOK FOR – WEEK 6

THE PATRIOT WAY: The NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS enter Week 6 as the AFC’s only unbeaten team (5-0) and with the top defense in the NFL, ranking first in fewest points allowed per game (6.8) and fewest yards allowed per game (238.4). Their 34 total points allowed through five games are the fewest points allowed through a team’s first five games since the 2005 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (29 points) and the fifth-fewest since 1970.​

By allowing 12 or fewer points against the New York Giants on Thursday Night Football (8:20 PM ET, FOX/NFL Network/Amazon), the Patriots would rank in the top five for the fewest points allowed through a team’s first six games since 1970.

The teams with the fewest points allowed through their first six games of a season since 1970:

TEAM SEASON POINTS ALLOWED
Atlanta Falcons 1977 32
Baltimore Colts 1971 34
Minnesota Vikings 1970 39
Denver Broncos 2006 44
Denver Broncos 1977 46
     
New England Patriots 2019 34*
*Through five games

In Week 5, New England quarterback TOM BRADY passed for 348 yards and three touchdowns in the Patriots’ win over Washington, and surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer BRETT FAVRE (71,838) for the third-most career passing yards in NFL history.

With 18 passing yards on Thursday night, Brady (71,923) will surpass PEYTON MANNING (71,940) for second place on the all-time list.

The players with the most career passing yards in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM(S) PASSING YARDS
Drew Brees* San Diego Chargers, New Orleans 74,845
Peyton Manning Indianapolis, Denver 71,940
Tom Brady* New England 71,923
*Active

– NFL –

THE FUTURE IS HERE: This Sunday, Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES and Houston quarterback DESHAUN WATSON face each other for the first time in their careers, when the Chiefs welcome the Texans to Arrowhead Stadium (1:00 PM ET, CBS). Entering Week 6, Mahomes leads the NFL in passing yards (1,831), while Watson ranks second in the league in passer rating (115.9). The pair are tied for second in the league in touchdown passes with 11.

Mahomes, who has 7,212 passing yards in 22 career games, and Watson, who has 7,228 passing yards in 28 career games, can each reach 7,500 career passing yards on Sunday. Should the pair each reach the milestone, they would become the fastest and tied for the third-fastest quarterbacks in NFL history to reach 7,500 career passing yards.

The players to reach 7,500 career passing yards in the fewest games in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM GAMES TO REACH 7,500 PASS YARDS
Kurt WarnerHOF St. Louis Rams 27
Marc Bulger St. Louis Rams 29
Dan MarinoHOF Miami 29
Matthew Stafford Detroit 29
     
Patrick Mahomes Kansas City 22*
Deshaun Watson Houston 28#
*Has 7,212 passing yards
#Has 7,228 passing yards

– NFL –

STAFFORD SLINGER: Detroit quarterback MATTHEW STAFFORD enters Week 6 with 39,648 career passing yards in 145 games during his 11-year career with the Lions. ​

With 352 passing yards against the Packers on Monday Night Football (8:15 PM ET, ESPN), Stafford can become the first player in NFL history to reach 40,000 career passing yards in fewer than 150 games.

The players to reach 40,000 career passing yards in the fewest games in NFL history:​

PLAYER TEAM(S) GAMES TO REACH 40,000 PASS YARDS
Matt Ryan Atlanta 151
Drew Brees San Diego, New Orleans 152
Dan MarinoHOF Miami 153
Peyton Manning Indianapolis 154
Aaron Rodgers Green Bay 154
     
Matthew Stafford Detroit 145*
*Has 39,648 passing yards

– NFL –​

FEELING 100: Seattle quarterback RUSSELL WILSON passed for 268 yards and four touchdowns with a 151.8 passer rating in the Seahawks’ Week 5 win. Wilson, who currently leads the NFL with a 126.3 passer rating in 2019, has a passer rating of 100 or higher in each of Seattle’s first five games of the season.

With a passer rating of 100 or higher on Sunday at Cleveland (1:00 PM ET, FOX), Wilson would become the fourth player in NFL history with a passer rating of 100 or higher in each of his first six games of a season.  ​

The players with a passer rating of 100 or higher in each of their team’s first six games of a season in NFL history:​

PLAYER TEAM SEASON GAMES WITH 100+ PASSER RATING TO BEGIN SEASON
Aaron Rodgers# Green Bay 2011 12
Tom Brady# New England 2007 8
Carson Palmer Cincinnati 2005 6
       
Russell Wilson Seattle 2019 5*
*Active Streak
#Named Associated Press Most Valuable Player

– NFL –

WINNING JIMMY: San Francisco quarterback JIMMY GAROPPOLO has 920 passing yards and seven touchdowns with a 99.4 passer rating in 2019 and has led the 49ers to their first 4-0 start since 1990. Garoppolo now owns a 12-2 record as a starting quarterback in the NFL.

With a win on Sunday at the Los Angeles Rams (4:05 PM ET, FOX), Garoppolo can become the eighth quarterback in the Super Bowl era with at least 13 wins in his first 15 career starts.

The quarterbacks with the most wins through their first 15 career starts in the Super Bowl era:

PLAYER TEAM(S) RECORD THROUGH 1st 15 STARTS
Ben Roethlisberger Pittsburgh 15-0
Roger StaubachHOF Dallas 14-1
Dan MarinoHOF Miami 13-2
Dak Prescott Dallas 13-2
Philip Rivers San Diego 13-2
Mike Tomczak Chicago 13-2
Kurt WarnerHOF St. Louis Rams 13-2
     
Jimmy Garoppolo New England, San Francisco 12-2*
*Entering Week 6

– NFL –

CMC 1,000: Carolina running back CHRISTIAN McCAFFREY had a season-high 237 scrimmage yards (176 rushing, 61 receiving) and three touchdowns (two rushing, one receiving) in Week 5 and leads the NFL in scrimmage yards through the first five weeks of the 2019 season (866).

With 134 scrimmage yards in London against Tampa Bay (9:30 AM ET, NFL Network), McCaffrey would join Pro Football Hall of Famers JIM BROWN (1963) and MARSHALL FAULK (2000) as the only players in NFL history with at least 1,000 scrimmage yards through their team’s first six games of a season.

The players with at least 1,000 scrimmage yards through their team’s first six games of a season in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON SCRIMMAGE YARDS
Jim BrownHOF Cleveland 1963 1,153
Marshall FaulkHOF St. Louis Rams 2007 1,083
       
Christian McCaffrey Carolina 2019 866*
*Through five games

McCaffrey, who has at least 175 scrimmage yards in each of his past three games, needs 175 scrimmage against Tampa Bay to tie EDGERRIN JAMES (Weeks 7-10, 1999) for the longest streak of games with at least 175 scrimmage yards in NFL history.

– NFL –​

GODWIN’S WORLD: Tampa Bay wide receiver CHRIS GODWIN had 12 catches for 172 yards and two touchdowns in Week 4 and seven catches for 125 yards and two scores in Week 5.

With at least 125 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns in London against Carolina (9:30 AM ET, NFL Network), Godwin would become the fourth player in NFL history to have three consecutive games with at least 125 receiving yards and two touchdowns.

The players with three consecutive games with at least 125 receiving yards and two touchdowns in NFL history:​

PLAYER TEAM SEASON(S) WEEKS
Andre Rison Atlanta 1990 Weeks 5 – 7
Don MaynardHOF New York Jets 1967-68 Week 16, 1967 – Week 2, 1968
Cloyce Box Detroit 1952 Weeks 10 – 12
       
Chris Godwin Tampa Bay 2019* Weeks 4 – 5
*Two consecutive games  

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

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