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NOTES FROM THE CARDINALS 38-10 WIN AT DALLAS (10/19/20)

2020.10.20 23:06 Arizona-Cardinals NOTES FROM THE CARDINALS 38-10 WIN AT DALLAS (10/19/20)

• The Cardinals defeated the Dallas Cowboys 38-10 at AT&T Stadium on Monday Night Football. The victory was the Cardinals third-ever road win on Monday Night Football and first since 1977. All three of Arizona’s road wins on MNF have come against Dallas: 11/14/77 @ Dal, 24-17; 11/16/70 @ Dal, 38-0
• Arizona is now 4-1 in its last five appearances on MNF. The Cardinals have as many wins in their last five MNF appearances (4) as they had in their previous 20 (4).
• With the win on Monday, the Cardinals improved to 5-1 in their last six games against the Cowboys and also improved to 2-0 all-time at AT&T Stadium.
• With a 4-2 record in 2020, Arizona is off to its best start since 2015 (also 4-2).

WINNING BIG IN 2020

• Following their 28-point victory on the road in Dallas on Monday, the Cardinals now have the second-best point differential (+54) in the NFC and the fourth-best in the NFL.

NFL Leaders – Point Differential (2020)

Rnk Team Diff PF PA
1 Baltimore +75 179 104
2 Pittsburgh +62 156 94
3 Tampa Bay +55 177 122
4 Arizona +54 166 112
5 Kansas City +48 175 127
• Combined with their 30-10 win over the Jets in Week 5, the Cardinals have won consecutive road games by 20+ points for just the fifth time in franchise history. It marks just the second time in franchise history (Games 7-8 in 1949) the Cardinals have won road games by 20+ points in consecutive weeks.

Franchise History – Consecutive Road Wins By 20+ Points

Year Games
2020 Game 5 @ Jets (+20); Game 6 @ Dal (+28)
2015 Game 12 @ Rams (+24); Game 14 @ Eagles (+23)
2015 Game 2 @ Bears (+25); Game 5 @ Lions (+25)
1965 Game 2 @ Browns (+36); Games 4 @ Washington (+21)
1949 Game 4 @ Yankees (+45); Game 7 @ Lions (+23); Game 8 @ Packers (+22)
• Between 2017-19, the Cardinals had just one win decided by 20 points or more. The team has two such wins the last two weeks. Of Arizona’s four wins this season, three have come by 15+ points.
• Arizona (2) joins Baltimore (2) and Miami (2) as the only teams with multiple wins by 20+ points this season.

MOVING UP IN THE NFC WEST

• The Cardinals victory over Dallas – coupled with the Rams loss in San Francisco – means Arizona will enter its Week 7 showdown against the undefeated Seahawks tied for second place in the NFC West.

2020 NFC West Standings

Team W L PF PA Hm Road Div Conf
Seattle 5 0 169 135 3-0 2-0 0-0 3-0
Arizona 4 2 166 112 1-1 3-1 1-0 3-2
L.A. Rams 4 2 152 114 2-0 2-2 0-1 4-1
San Francisco 3 3 148 130 1-3 2-0 1-1 2-2
• The NFC West leads the NFL in wins (16), points scored (635) and fewest points allowed (491). It remains the only division in which every team has a record of .500 or better and in which every team has a positive point differential.

OFFENSE PUTS UP 38 POINTS IN DALLAS

• The Cardinals finished Monday’s game with a season-high 38 points to go along with 438 total net yards (261 rushing; 177 passing). It marks the eighth time – and fourth time this season – Arizona reached 400+ total yards in 22 games under head coach *Kliff Kingsbury*. Arizona reached 400+ yards just once in 32 games over the two seasons combined (2017-18) prior to his arrival.
Arizona (4) joins the L.A. Rams (4) and Dallas (4) as the only teams in the NFL this season with at least four games of 400+ total yards.
• Through the first six games, the Cardinals have 2,415 total net yards on offense (1,449 passing; 966 rushing). Arizona’s 2,415 total yards represent the fifth-highest total in franchise history through the first six games of a season – and the most since the team had 2,434 total yards in 2015.

Franchise History – Most Yards Thru 6 Games

Rnk Year Yds
1 1984 2,559
2 1948 2,493
3 1988 2,446
4 2015 2,434
5 2020 2,415
• The 2020 season marks the third time in franchise history the Cardinals have at least 1,400 passing yards and 900 rushing yards through the first six games of a season.

Franchise History – 1,400 Pass Yards & 900 Rush Yds Thru 6 Games

Year Pass Rush Total
2020 1,449 966 2,415
1988 1,647 912 2,559
1984 1,493 953 2,446
• Below is a look at the Cardinals offensive rankings in 2020:

Arizona Offensive Rankings in 2020

Statistic NFL Rnk
Rushing TDs (11) 1st
Goal-to-Go TD Pct. (100.0) t-1st
4th Down Conv. Pct. (100.0) t-1st
Rushing 1st Downs (59) 1st
Red Zone TD Pct. (80.0) 2nd
Total 1st Downs (150) 2nd
Total TDs (21) t-2nd
Big Plays (47) t-2nd
Big Play Runs (29) 3rd
Rushing Yards/Game (161.0) 4th
Total Yards/Game (402.5) 5th
Total Plays (397) 6th
Sacks Allowed (9) 10th
Passing TDs (10) t-16th

CARDS REACH NINE STRAIGHT GAMES WITH 21+ POINTS

• Monday’s victory over the Cowboys marked the ninth consecutive game the Cardinals have scored at least 21 points. Only two teams have longer active streaks than Arizona.

Consecutive Games Scoring 21+ Pts (Active)

Rnk Team Gms
1 Kansas City 17
2 New Orleans 12
3 Arizona 9
4 Seattle 6
5t Pittsburgh 5
5t Detroit 5
5t Miami 5
• The Cardinals current streak of nine straight games with 21+ points is the team's longest since 2007-08 (10) and is tied for the fourth-longest in franchise history.

Franchise Record - Consecutive Games Scoring 21+ Pts

Rnk Year(s) Gms
1 1983-84 11
2t 2007-08 10
2t 1948-49 10
4t 2019-20 9
4t 1975-76 9
• The Cardinals have scored 21+ points in 16 of 22 games under Kingsbury. Arizona scored 21+ points in an NFL-low 9 games in the two seasons prior to his arrival (2017-18).

ARIZONA RUNS FOR SEASON-HIGH 261 ON THE GROUND IN DALLAS

• The Cardinals ran for a season-high 261 yards and three TDs on 35 carries (7.5 avg.) in the win over the Cowboys on Monday. Arizona has now rushed for 100+ yards in all six games this season – and in 16 of 22 games under Kingsbury.
• The 2020 season marks just the third time in the last 46 years (1975-20) that the Cardinals rushed for 100+ yards in each of the first six games of a season.
• Monday’s victory over the Cowboys marked the second time the Cardinals rushed for 260+ yards in a game in the last two seasons (266 yards at Cincinnati, 10/6/19). That equals the number of games in which Arizona had 260+ yards in the previous 38 seasons: 11/27/11 at St. Louis (268) and 9/22/96 at New Orleans (267).
• The Cardinals have now rushed for 966 yards and 11 TDs on 183 carries (5.28 avg.) in 2020. Arizona’s 966 rushing yards are the most through the first six games of a season since the team had 1,088 rushing yards through six games in 1976.
• Through Week 6, Arizona ranks fourth in the NFL averaging 161.0 rushing yards per game in 2020.

NFL Leaders – Rushing Yards/Game (2020)

Rnk Team Yds/Gm Att Avg TD
1 Cleveland 169.5 194 5.2 8
2 New England 167.2 165 5.1 8
3 Baltimore 164.3 181 5.5 7
4 Arizona 161.0 183 5.3 11
5 Tennessee 157.8 163 4.8 7
After rushing for three TDs against the Cowboys on Monday, the Cardinals now have six rushing TDs in their last two games and an NFL-high 11 rushing TDs in 2020.

NFL Leaders – Rushing TDs (2020)

Rnk Team TDs
1 Arizona 11
2t L.A. Rams 9
2t Dallas 9
4t Cleveland 8
4t New Orleans 8
4t New England 8
4t Minnesota 8
4t San Francisco 8
• With three rushing TDs against the Jets in Week 5 and three more on MNF at Dallas, the Cardinals have rushed for 3+ TDs in consecutive games for the first time since 2016 – and for just the third time (2016, 2008) in the last 41 years (1980-2020).

DEFENSE HOLDS HIGH-SCORING COWBOYS TO 10 POINTS

• Facing the NFL’s #3 ranked scoring offense in Dallas on MNF, the Cardinals held the Cowboys (who entered the contest averaging 32.6 points/game) to season lows in points (10) and total TDs (1).
• The 10 points allowed are tied for the fewest for the Cardinals under defensive coordinator Vance Joseph – matching their total from Week 5 against the Jets. Yesterday’s game also marked the fifth time in the last eight games Arizona’s defense has allowed 20 points or fewer. With the win on MNF, the Cardinals improved to 4-0 this season when holding an opponent to 20 points or fewer.
The Cardinals defense is allowing just 18.7 points per game in 2020. That is the second-best total in the NFL behind only Baltimore (17.3).

NFL Leaders – Points Allowed/Game (2020)

Rnk Team PPG
1 Baltimore 17.3
2 Arizona 18.7
3t Pittsburgh 18.8
3t Miami 18.8
5 L.A. Rams 19.0
• The Cardinals (112) have allowed the fewest total points in the NFC – despite having already played six games in 2020.

NFL Leaders – Fewest Points Allowed

Rnk Team Pts Gms
1 Pittsburgh 94 5
2 Baltimore 104 6
3t Denver 110 5
3t New England 110 5
5 Arizona 112 6
• Arizona’s defense collected a season-high four takeaways (2 INT, 2 FR), 3.0 sacks, 7 tackles for loss, 8 QB hits and a season-high 7 passes defensed against the Cowboys. The Cardinals scored 24 points (3 TD, 1 FG) off the Cowboys four turnovers.
• The Cardinals defense has allowed just two total TDs in the last two games (1 at NYJ; 1 at Dal). It marks just the second time in the last 16 seasons (2005-20) that Arizona allowed one TD or fewer in back-to-back road games: Games 12-13 in 2015.
• Below is a look at the Cardinals defensive rankings in 2020:

Arizona Defensive Rankings in 2020

Statistic NFL Rnk
Goal-to-Go TD Pct. (41.7) 1st
Points Allowed/Game (18.7) 2nd
Red Zone TD Pct. (41.7) 2nd
Rushing TDs Allowed (3) t-2nd
Total TDs Allowed (12) t-4th
QB Hits (37) t-6th
Sacks (17.0) t-6th
Yards Allowed/Play (5.15) 7th
3rd Down Pct. (36.5) 7th
Tackles for Loss (31) t-7th
Points/Drive Allowed (1.75) 8th
Passing Yards/Game (226.5) 11th
Total Net Yards/Game (346.2) 13th

MURRAY EARNS YET ANOTHER WIN AT AT&T STADIUM

• In leading the Cardinals to a victory over the Cowboys on MNF, QB Kyler Murray improved to 7-0 as a starter at AT&T Stadium dating back to his sophomore year of high school in 2012. Murray now has at least one win at AT&T Stadium at the high school (Allen HS), college (Oklahoma) and NFL levels.
• Murray threw for 188 yards and two TDs and also rushed for 74 yards and a TD on 10 carries in the win over Dallas. It was his sixth career game with both a passing and rushing TD. Only three players in franchise history had more games with both a passing and rushing TD in their career than Murray has in his first 22 career games.

Franchise Record – Games w/ Rushing & Pass TD (Career)

Rnk Player (Years) Gms
1 Jim Hart (1966-83) 11
2 Ernie Nevers (1929-31) 8
3 Charley Johnson (1961-69) 7
4t Kyler Murray (2019-20) 6
4t Paul Christman (1945-49) 6
Monday’s win was Murray’s fifth game this season with both a passing and rushing TD. He is the first player in NFL history to accomplish the feat five times in the first six games of a season. Murray (5) joins Jim Hart (5 in 1968) as the only players in franchise history with at least five such games in a single season.
• Murray threw for multiple TD passes in a game for the 11th time in his career. He has already established a franchise record for the most games with multiple TD passes in a player’s first two NFL seasons.

Franchise Record – Games w/ 2+ TD Passes (1st 2 Seasons)

Rnk Player (Years) Gms
1 Kyler Murray (2019-20) 11
2 Jake Plummer (1997-98) 8
3 Sam Etcheverry (1961-62) 7
4t Jim Hart (1966-67) 6
4t M.C. Reynolds (1958) 6
4t Lamar McHan (1954-55) 6
• Murray’s 80-yard TD pass to WR Christian Kirk in the second quarter was his 30th career TD pass. He now needs just three more to pass Jake Plummer (32) for the most in franchise history by a player in his first two seasons.

Franchise Record – TD Passes in 1st 2 NFL Seasons

Rnk Player (Years) TDs
1 Jake Plummer (1997-98) 32
2 Kyler Murray (2019-20) 30
3 Jim Hart (1966-67) 19
4 Paul Christman (1945-46) 18
5 Lamar McHan (1954-55) 17
• In the second quarter, Murray posted his sixth rushing TD of the season (and 10th of his career) on a one-yard run. Despite being just six games into the season, his six rushing TDs are tied for the franchise single-season record for rushing TDs by a QB. He matched the total put up by Jim Hart, who had six rushing TDs in 13 games in 1968.

Franchise Record – Rushing TDs by Quarterback (Season)

Rnk Player (Year) TDs Gms
1t Kyler Murray (2020) 6 6
1t Jim Hart (1968) 6 13
3t King Hill (1959) 5 11
3t Lamar McHan (1956) 5 12
5t Kyler Murray (2019) 4 16
5t Jake Plummer (1998) 4 16
5t Charley Trippi (1952) 4 11
5t Charley Trippi (1951) 4 12
5t Arnie Horween (1922) 4 11
• No QB in the Super Bowl era has had more rushing TDs than Murray through the first six games of a season.
• Only Minnesota’s Dalvin Cook (7) has more rushing TDs in 2020 than Murray (6).

NFL Leaders – Rushing TDs (2020)

Rnk Player (Team) TDs
1 RB Dalvin Cook (Min) 7
2t QB Kyler Murray (AZ) 6
2t RB Derrick Henry (Ten) 6
4t RB Todd Gurley (Atl) 5
4t RB Josh Jacobs (LV) 5
4t RB Aaron Jones (GB) 5
4t QB Cam Newton (Car) 5
4t RB Ezekiel Elliott (Dal) 5
Murray is just the fifth player in NFL history with 30+ passing TDs and 10+ rushing TDs in their first two NFL seasons. He joins Daunte Culpepper (1999-01) as the only players in NFL history with 30+ passing TDs and 10+ rushing TDs in their first 22 career games.

NFL History – 30+ Pass TDs & 10+ Rush TDs in 1st 2 Seasons

Rnk Player (Years) Pass Rush Gms
1 Cam Newton (2011-12) 40 22 32
2 Dak Prescott (2016-17) 45 12 32
3 Lamar Jackson (2018-19) 42 17 31
4 Josh Allen (2018-19) 30 17 28
5 Kyler Murray (2019-20) 30 10 22

DRAKE SHINES AGAIN ON MONDAY NIGHT

• RB Kenyan Drake finished Monday’s game with 164 yards and two TDs on 20 carries (8.2 avg.), including TD runs of 1 and 69 yards. Yesterday’s game marked Drake’s sixth career 100-yard outing - and fourth in 14 games with Arizona. He has twice as many 100-yard performances with the Cardinals (4) than he had in 54 games with Miami (2).
• Drake has now rushed for 100+ yards in three of the last nine games.

Drake’s Career Games with 100+ Rushing Yards

Rnk Team Yds Opponent
1 Arizona 166 12/22/19 at Seattle
2 Arizona 164 10/19/20 at Dallas
3 Arizona 137 12/15/19 vs. Cleveland
4 Miami 120 12/3/17 vs. Denver
5 Miami 114 12/11/17 vs. New England
6 Arizona 110 10/31/19 vs. San Francisco
• Drake now has 478 yards and four TDs on 105 carries in 2020. His 478 rushing yards rank fourth in the NFL this season.

NFL Leaders – Rushing Yards (2020)

Rnk Player (Team) Yds Att Avg.
1 Derrick Henry (Ten) 588 123 4.8
2 Clyde Edwards-Helaire (KC) 505 107 4.7
3 Dalvin Cook (Min) 489 92 5.3
4 Kenyan Drake (AZ) 478 105 4.6
5 Ronald Jones (TB) 472 97 4.9
• Since the Cardinals acquired Drake in Week 9 last season, he ranks fourth in the NFL with 1,121 rushing yards. His 12 rushing TDs during that span rank third in the NFL.

NFL Leaders – Rushing Yards (Week 9 of 2019 – present)

Rnk Player (Team) Yds
1 Derrick Henry (Ten) 1,547
2 Joe Mixon (Cin) 1,245
3 Ezekiel Elliott (Dal) 1,168
4 Kenyan Drake (AZ) 1,121
5 Nick Chubb (Cle) 1,091

NFL Leaders – Rushing TDs (Week 9 of 2019 – present)

Rnk Player (Team) TDs
1 Derrick Henry (Ten) 17
2 Aaron Jones (GB) 13
3 Kenyan Drake (AZ) 12
4t Dalvin Cook (Min) 11
4t Ezekiel Elliott (Dal) 11
4t Christian McCaffrey (Car) 11
4t Todd Gurley (Atl) 11
• Of Drake’s six career 100-yard rushing performances, two have come in his three career games played on Monday Night Football. He now has 100+ rushing yards in each of his last two games played on MNF (had 114 yards vs. New England on 12/11/17 with Miami).
• In his three career appearances on MNF, Drake has 449 total yards (360 rushing; 89 receiving) and three total TDs. Among the TDs are runs of 69 and 66 yards.

Drake on Monday Night Football

Opponent Team Rush Yds TD Rec Yds
10/19/20 @ Dal AZ 20 164 2 0 0
12/11/17 vs. NE Mia 25 114 0 5 79
11/13/17 @ Car Mia 7 82 1 2 10
• Drake now has 12 rushing TDs in 14 games with Arizona, after he totaled nine rushing TDs in 54 games with Miami. Yesterday’s game was Drake’s third career outing with multiple rushing TDs. All three of those performances have come in his last nine games with the Cardinals. He never rushed for multiple TDs in his first 59 career games.

Drake Career Games w/ 2+ Rushing TDs

Opponent TD
12/15/19 vs. Cleveland 4
12/22/19 at Seattle 2
10/19/20 at Dallas 2

KIRK SCORES TWICE ON MONDAY – INCLUDING A CAREER-LONG 80-YARDER

• Like teammate Kyler Murray, WR Christian Kirk entered Monday’s game with experience playing at AT&T Stadium. He played three games at the venue during his time at Texas A&M, scoring six TDs in those contests. He added to that total on MNF, scoring his second and third TDs of the season on a pair of passes from Kyler Murray.
• Kirk’s first catch on Monday was a six-yard TD reception early in the second quarter. Two drives later, he hauled in a career-long 80-yard TD catch. Dating back to his college career at Texas A&M, Kirk now has eight TDs in four games played at AT&T Stadium.

Kirk TDs By Game at AT&T Stadium

Opponent Team TDs Type
10/19/20 @ Dallas Arizona 2 2 Rec (80 and 6 yards)
9/23/17 vs. Arkansas Texas A&M 3 2 Rec (81 and 10 yards); 1 KOR (100 yards)
9/24/16 vs. Arkansas Texas A&M 1 1 Rec (9 yards)
9/26/15 vs. Arkansas Texas A&M 2 2 Rec (44 and 20 yards)
• Kirk’s 80-yard TD reception was his ninth career TD catch, four of which have covered 50+ yards (59, 69, 75 and 80 yards). Dating back to Kirk’s rookie season in 2018, only Tyreek Hill (6) and DeSean Jackson (5) have more TD receptions of 50+ yards.

NFL Leaders – TD Receptions of 50+ Yards (2018-20)

Rnk Player (Team) TDs
1 Tyreek Hill (KC) 6
2 DeSean Jackson (Phi) 5
3t Christian Kirk (AZ) 4
3t A.J. Brown (Ten) 4
3t Stefon Diggs (Buf) 4
3t Mike Evans (TB) 4
3t Cooper Kupp (LAR) 4
3t D.J. Moore (Car) 4

A BIG DAY FOR BUDDA, INCLUDING HIS FIRST CAREER INTERCEPTION

• Still wearing a cast on his hand due to a thumb injury suffered earlier this season, S Budda Baker had one of the best games of his career in the Cardinals win over Dallas on Monday. The Pro Bowler finished yesterday’s game with seven tackles, a sack, his first career INT, a tackle for loss, two QB hits, a pass defensed and a forced fumble.
Monday’s game in Dallas was Baker’s first as a team captain. He received the honor on Saturday evening, taking over the role LB *Chandler Jones** held prior to his season-ending injury.*
Baker became the first Cardinals player since 2003 (Renaldo Hill on 11/2 vs. Cincinnati) to record a sack, an INT and a forced fumble in the same game.
• In the fourth quarter on Monday, Baker dove in front of an Andy Dalton pass intended for Amari Cooper and intercepted it at the AZ 10-yard line. It was the first INT of his NFL career and first INT since his junior year at the University of Washington, when he intercepted a Luke Falk pass on 11/25/16 vs. Washington State.
• Through Week 6, Baker has 45 tackles, three tackles for loss, 2.0 sacks, three QB hits, his first-career INT, two passes defensed and a forced fumble in five games. He missed Arizona's Week 4 game against Carolina after thumb surgery but still ranks top-five among NFL DBs in tackles this year.

NFL Leaders – Total Tackles by a DB (2020)

Rnk Player (Team) Tkl GP
1 S Jordan Poyer (Buf) 50 6
2 S Jeremy Chinn (Car) 48 6
3 S Josh Jones (Jax) 47 6
4 S John Johnson (LAR) 46 6
5t S Budda Baker (AZ) 45 5
5t S Vonn Bell (Cin) 45 6

KIRKPATRICK PICKS UP 11TH CAREER INTERCEPTION – AND FOURTH ON MNF

• CB Dre Kirkpatrick recorded his 11th career INT when he picked off an Andy Dalton pass intended for WR CeeDee Lamb in the third quarter. It was his fourth INT in eight career MNF appearances. Among active players, only New England CB Devin McCourty (5 in 12 games) has more INTs while playing on MNF.

Active NFL Leaders – INTs on Monday Night Football

Rnk Player (Team) INTs Gms
1 Devin McCourty (NE) 5 12
2t Dre Kirkpatrick (AZ) 4 8
2t Marcus Peters (Bal) 4 7
4t Richard Sherman (SF) 3 11
4t Jason McCourty (NE) 3 6
4t Tyrann Mathieu (KC) 3 7
4t Xavien Howard (Mia) 3 3

MONDAY NIGHT NOTES

• Fourth-year LB Haason Reddick had one of the best games of his career against the Cowboys, recording five tackles, 2.0 sacks, two tackles for loss and a pass defensed. It was the first multi-sack performance of his career.
• Second-year CB Byron Murphy Jr. also had a career game in Dallas, finishing with eight tackles, a tackle for loss, two passes defensed and his first career fumble recovery.
• Playing just days after attending the funeral of his father, DL Jordan Phillips recorded two tackles, two QB hits, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery against the Cowboys. Playing in his 82nd career game, it was the first time in his career Phillips recorded a forced fumble and fumble recovery in the same game.
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2020.10.20 21:02 WhatMyHeartHeld Game Notes Week 6

• The Cardinals defeated the Dallas Cowboys 38-10 at AT&T Stadium on Monday Night Football. The victory was the Cardinals third-ever road win on Monday Night Football and first since 1977. All three of Arizona’s road wins on MNF have come against Dallas: 11/14/77 @ Dal, 24-17; 11/16/70 @ Dal, 38-0
• Arizona is now 4-1 in its last five appearances on MNF. The Cardinals have as many wins in their last five MNF appearances (4) as they had in their previous 20 (4).
• With the win on Monday, the Cardinals improved to 5-1 in their last six games against the Cowboys and also improved to 2-0 all-time at AT&T Stadium.
• With a 4-2 record in 2020, Arizona is off to its best start since 2015 (also 4-2).

WINNING BIG IN 2020

• Following their 28-point victory on the road in Dallas on Monday, the Cardinals now have the second-best point differential (+54) in the NFC and the fourth-best in the NFL.

NFL Leaders – Point Differential (2020)

Rnk Team Diff PF PA
1 Baltimore +75 179 104
2 Pittsburgh +62 156 94
3 Tampa Bay +55 177 122
4 Arizona +54 166 112
5 Kansas City +48 175 127
• Combined with their 30-10 win over the Jets in Week 5, the Cardinals have won consecutive road games by 20+ points for just the fifth time in franchise history. It marks just the second time in franchise history (Games 7-8 in 1949) the Cardinals have won road games by 20+ points in consecutive weeks.

Franchise History – Consecutive Road Wins By 20+ Points

Year Games
2020 Game 5 @ Jets (+20); Game 6 @ Dal (+28)
2015 Game 12 @ Rams (+24); Game 14 @ Eagles (+23)
2015 Game 2 @ Bears (+25); Game 5 @ Lions (+25)
1965 Game 2 @ Browns (+36); Games 4 @ Washington (+21)
1949 Game 4 @ Yankees (+45); Game 7 @ Lions (+23); Game 8 @ Packers (+22)
• Between 2017-19, the Cardinals had just one win decided by 20 points or more. The team has two such wins the last two weeks. Of Arizona’s four wins this season, three have come by 15+ points.
• Arizona (2) joins Baltimore (2) and Miami (2) as the only teams with multiple wins by 20+ points this season.

MOVING UP IN THE NFC WEST

• The Cardinals victory over Dallas – coupled with the Rams loss in San Francisco – means Arizona will enter its Week 7 showdown against the undefeated Seahawks tied for second place in the NFC West.

2020 NFC West Standings

Team W L PF PA Hm Road Div Conf
Seattle 5 0 169 135 3-0 2-0 0-0 3-0
Arizona 4 2 166 112 1-1 3-1 1-0 3-2
L.A. Rams 4 2 152 114 2-0 2-2 0-1 4-1
San Francisco 3 3 148 130 1-3 2-0 1-1 2-2
• The NFC West leads the NFL in wins (16), points scored (635) and fewest points allowed (491). It remains the only division in which every team has a record of .500 or better and in which every team has a positive point differential.

OFFENSE PUTS UP 38 POINTS IN DALLAS

• The Cardinals finished Monday’s game with a season-high 38 points to go along with 438 total net yards (261 rushing; 177 passing). It marks the eighth time – and fourth time this season – Arizona reached 400+ total yards in 22 games under head coach *Kliff Kingsbury*. Arizona reached 400+ yards just once in 32 games over the two seasons combined (2017-18) prior to his arrival.
Arizona (4) joins the L.A. Rams (4) and Dallas (4) as the only teams in the NFL this season with at least four games of 400+ total yards.
• Through the first six games, the Cardinals have 2,415 total net yards on offense (1,449 passing; 966 rushing). Arizona’s 2,415 total yards represent the fifth-highest total in franchise history through the first six games of a season – and the most since the team had 2,434 total yards in 2015.

Franchise History – Most Yards Thru 6 Games

Rnk Year Yds
1 1984 2,559
2 1948 2,493
3 1988 2,446
4 2015 2,434
5 2020 2,415
• The 2020 season marks the third time in franchise history the Cardinals have at least 1,400 passing yards and 900 rushing yards through the first six games of a season.

Franchise History – 1,400 Pass Yards & 900 Rush Yds Thru 6 Games

Year Pass Rush Total
2020 1,449 966 2,415
1988 1,647 912 2,559
1984 1,493 953 2,446
• Below is a look at the Cardinals offensive rankings in 2020:

Arizona Offensive Rankings in 2020

Statistic NFL Rnk
Rushing TDs (11) 1st
Goal-to-Go TD Pct. (100.0) t-1st
4th Down Conv. Pct. (100.0) t-1st
Rushing 1st Downs (59) 1st
Red Zone TD Pct. (80.0) 2nd
Total 1st Downs (150) 2nd
Total TDs (21) t-2nd
Big Plays (47) t-2nd
Big Play Runs (29) 3rd
Rushing Yards/Game (161.0) 4th
Total Yards/Game (402.5) 5th
Total Plays (397) 6th
Sacks Allowed (9) 10th
Passing TDs (10) t-16th

CARDS REACH NINE STRAIGHT GAMES WITH 21+ POINTS

• Monday’s victory over the Cowboys marked the ninth consecutive game the Cardinals have scored at least 21 points. Only two teams have longer active streaks than Arizona.

Consecutive Games Scoring 21+ Pts (Active)

Rnk Team Gms
1 Kansas City 17
2 New Orleans 12
3 Arizona 9
4 Seattle 6
5t Pittsburgh 5
5t Detroit 5
5t Miami 5
• The Cardinals current streak of nine straight games with 21+ points is the team's longest since 2007-08 (10) and is tied for the fourth-longest in franchise history.

Franchise Record - Consecutive Games Scoring 21+ Pts

Rnk Year(s) Gms
1 1983-84 11
2t 2007-08 10
2t 1948-49 10
4t 2019-20 9
4t 1975-76 9
• The Cardinals have scored 21+ points in 16 of 22 games under Kingsbury. Arizona scored 21+ points in an NFL-low 9 games in the two seasons prior to his arrival (2017-18).

ARIZONA RUNS FOR SEASON-HIGH 261 ON THE GROUND IN DALLAS

• The Cardinals ran for a season-high 261 yards and three TDs on 35 carries (7.5 avg.) in the win over the Cowboys on Monday. Arizona has now rushed for 100+ yards in all six games this season – and in 16 of 22 games under Kingsbury.
• The 2020 season marks just the third time in the last 46 years (1975-20) that the Cardinals rushed for 100+ yards in each of the first six games of a season.
• Monday’s victory over the Cowboys marked the second time the Cardinals rushed for 260+ yards in a game in the last two seasons (266 yards at Cincinnati, 10/6/19). That equals the number of games in which Arizona had 260+ yards in the previous 38 seasons: 11/27/11 at St. Louis (268) and 9/22/96 at New Orleans (267).
• The Cardinals have now rushed for 966 yards and 11 TDs on 183 carries (5.28 avg.) in 2020. Arizona’s 966 rushing yards are the most through the first six games of a season since the team had 1,088 rushing yards through six games in 1976.
• Through Week 6, Arizona ranks fourth in the NFL averaging 161.0 rushing yards per game in 2020.

NFL Leaders – Rushing Yards/Game (2020)

Rnk Team Yds/Gm Att Avg TD
1 Cleveland 169.5 194 5.2 8
2 New England 167.2 165 5.1 8
3 Baltimore 164.3 181 5.5 7
4 Arizona 161.0 183 5.3 11
5 Tennessee 157.8 163 4.8 7
After rushing for three TDs against the Cowboys on Monday, the Cardinals now have six rushing TDs in their last two games and an NFL-high 11 rushing TDs in 2020.

NFL Leaders – Rushing TDs (2020)

Rnk Team TDs
1 Arizona 11
2t L.A. Rams 9
2t Dallas 9
4t Cleveland 8
4t New Orleans 8
4t New England 8
4t Minnesota 8
4t San Francisco 8
• With three rushing TDs against the Jets in Week 5 and three more on MNF at Dallas, the Cardinals have rushed for 3+ TDs in consecutive games for the first time since 2016 – and for just the third time (2016, 2008) in the last 41 years (1980-2020).

DEFENSE HOLDS HIGH-SCORING COWBOYS TO 10 POINTS

• Facing the NFL’s #3 ranked scoring offense in Dallas on MNF, the Cardinals held the Cowboys (who entered the contest averaging 32.6 points/game) to season lows in points (10) and total TDs (1).
• The 10 points allowed are tied for the fewest for the Cardinals under defensive coordinator Vance Joseph – matching their total from Week 5 against the Jets. Yesterday’s game also marked the fifth time in the last eight games Arizona’s defense has allowed 20 points or fewer. With the win on MNF, the Cardinals improved to 4-0 this season when holding an opponent to 20 points or fewer.
The Cardinals defense is allowing just 18.7 points per game in 2020. That is the second-best total in the NFL behind only Baltimore (17.3).

NFL Leaders – Points Allowed/Game (2020)

Rnk Team PPG
1 Baltimore 17.3
2 Arizona 18.7
3t Pittsburgh 18.8
3t Miami 18.8
5 L.A. Rams 19.0
• The Cardinals (112) have allowed the fewest total points in the NFC – despite having already played six games in 2020.

NFL Leaders – Fewest Points Allowed

Rnk Team Pts Gms
1 Pittsburgh 94 5
2 Baltimore 104 6
3t Denver 110 5
3t New England 110 5
5 Arizona 112 6
• Arizona’s defense collected a season-high four takeaways (2 INT, 2 FR), 3.0 sacks, 7 tackles for loss, 8 QB hits and a season-high 7 passes defensed against the Cowboys. The Cardinals scored 24 points (3 TD, 1 FG) off the Cowboys four turnovers.
• The Cardinals defense has allowed just two total TDs in the last two games (1 at NYJ; 1 at Dal). It marks just the second time in the last 16 seasons (2005-20) that Arizona allowed one TD or fewer in back-to-back road games: Games 12-13 in 2015.
• Below is a look at the Cardinals defensive rankings in 2020:

Arizona Defensive Rankings in 2020

Statistic NFL Rnk
Goal-to-Go TD Pct. (41.7) 1st
Points Allowed/Game (18.7) 2nd
Red Zone TD Pct. (41.7) 2nd
Rushing TDs Allowed (3) t-2nd
Total TDs Allowed (12) t-4th
QB Hits (37) t-6th
Sacks (17.0) t-6th
Yards Allowed/Play (5.15) 7th
3rd Down Pct. (36.5) 7th
Tackles for Loss (31) t-7th
Points/Drive Allowed (1.75) 8th
Passing Yards/Game (226.5) 11th
Total Net Yards/Game (346.2) 13th

MURRAY EARNS YET ANOTHER WIN AT AT&T STADIUM

• In leading the Cardinals to a victory over the Cowboys on MNF, QB Kyler Murray improved to 7-0 as a starter at AT&T Stadium dating back to his sophomore year of high school in 2012. Murray now has at least one win at AT&T Stadium at the high school (Allen HS), college (Oklahoma) and NFL levels.
• Murray threw for 188 yards and two TDs and also rushed for 74 yards and a TD on 10 carries in the win over Dallas. It was his sixth career game with both a passing and rushing TD. Only three players in franchise history had more games with both a passing and rushing TD in their career than Murray has in his first 22 career games.

Franchise Record – Games w/ Rushing & Pass TD (Career)

Rnk Player (Years) Gms
1 Jim Hart (1966-83) 11
2 Ernie Nevers (1929-31) 8
3 Charley Johnson (1961-69) 7
4t Kyler Murray (2019-20) 6
4t Paul Christman (1945-49) 6
Monday’s win was Murray’s fifth game this season with both a passing and rushing TD. He is the first player in NFL history to accomplish the feat five times in the first six games of a season. Murray (5) joins Jim Hart (5 in 1968) as the only players in franchise history with at least five such games in a single season.
• Murray threw for multiple TD passes in a game for the 11th time in his career. He has already established a franchise record for the most games with multiple TD passes in a player’s first two NFL seasons.

Franchise Record – Games w/ 2+ TD Passes (1st 2 Seasons)

Rnk Player (Years) Gms
1 Kyler Murray (2019-20) 11
2 Jake Plummer (1997-98) 8
3 Sam Etcheverry (1961-62) 7
4t Jim Hart (1966-67) 6
4t M.C. Reynolds (1958) 6
4t Lamar McHan (1954-55) 6
• Murray’s 80-yard TD pass to WR Christian Kirk in the second quarter was his 30th career TD pass. He now needs just three more to pass Jake Plummer (32) for the most in franchise history by a player in his first two seasons.

Franchise Record – TD Passes in 1st 2 NFL Seasons

Rnk Player (Years) TDs
1 Jake Plummer (1997-98) 32
2 Kyler Murray (2019-20) 30
3 Jim Hart (1966-67) 19
4 Paul Christman (1945-46) 18
5 Lamar McHan (1954-55) 17
• In the second quarter, Murray posted his sixth rushing TD of the season (and 10th of his career) on a one-yard run. Despite being just six games into the season, his six rushing TDs are tied for the franchise single-season record for rushing TDs by a QB. He matched the total put up by Jim Hart, who had six rushing TDs in 13 games in 1968.

Franchise Record – Rushing TDs by Quarterback (Season)

Rnk Player (Year) TDs Gms
1t Kyler Murray (2020) 6 6
1t Jim Hart (1968) 6 13
3t King Hill (1959) 5 11
3t Lamar McHan (1956) 5 12
5t Kyler Murray (2019) 4 16
5t Jake Plummer (1998) 4 16
5t Charley Trippi (1952) 4 11
5t Charley Trippi (1951) 4 12
5t Arnie Horween (1922) 4 11
• No QB in the Super Bowl era has had more rushing TDs than Murray through the first six games of a season.
• Only Minnesota’s Dalvin Cook (7) has more rushing TDs in 2020 than Murray (6).

NFL Leaders – Rushing TDs (2020)

Rnk Player (Team) TDs
1 RB Dalvin Cook (Min) 7
2t QB Kyler Murray (AZ) 6
2t RB Derrick Henry (Ten) 6
4t RB Todd Gurley (Atl) 5
4t RB Josh Jacobs (LV) 5
4t RB Aaron Jones (GB) 5
4t QB Cam Newton (Car) 5
4t RB Ezekiel Elliott (Dal) 5
Murray is just the fifth player in NFL history with 30+ passing TDs and 10+ rushing TDs in their first two NFL seasons. He joins Daunte Culpepper (1999-01) as the only players in NFL history with 30+ passing TDs and 10+ rushing TDs in their first 22 career games.

NFL History – 30+ Pass TDs & 10+ Rush TDs in 1st 2 Seasons

Rnk Player (Years) Pass Rush Gms
1 Cam Newton (2011-12) 40 22 32
2 Dak Prescott (2016-17) 45 12 32
3 Lamar Jackson (2018-19) 42 17 31
4 Josh Allen (2018-19) 30 17 28
5 Kyler Murray (2019-20) 30 10 22

DRAKE SHINES AGAIN ON MONDAY NIGHT

• RB Kenyan Drake finished Monday’s game with 164 yards and two TDs on 20 carries (8.2 avg.), including TD runs of 1 and 69 yards. Yesterday’s game marked Drake’s sixth career 100-yard outing - and fourth in 14 games with Arizona. He has twice as many 100-yard performances with the Cardinals (4) than he had in 54 games with Miami (2).
• Drake has now rushed for 100+ yards in three of the last nine games.

Drake’s Career Games with 100+ Rushing Yards

Rnk Team Yds Opponent
1 Arizona 166 12/22/19 at Seattle
2 Arizona 164 10/19/20 at Dallas
3 Arizona 137 12/15/19 vs. Cleveland
4 Miami 120 12/3/17 vs. Denver
5 Miami 114 12/11/17 vs. New England
6 Arizona 110 10/31/19 vs. San Francisco
• Drake now has 478 yards and four TDs on 105 carries in 2020. His 478 rushing yards rank fourth in the NFL this season.

NFL Leaders – Rushing Yards (2020)

Rnk Player (Team) Yds Att Avg.
1 Derrick Henry (Ten) 588 123 4.8
2 Clyde Edwards-Helaire (KC) 505 107 4.7
3 Dalvin Cook (Min) 489 92 5.3
4 Kenyan Drake (AZ) 478 105 4.6
5 Ronald Jones (TB) 472 97 4.9
• Since the Cardinals acquired Drake in Week 9 last season, he ranks fourth in the NFL with 1,121 rushing yards. His 12 rushing TDs during that span rank third in the NFL.

NFL Leaders – Rushing Yards (Week 9 of 2019 – present)

Rnk Player (Team) Yds
1 Derrick Henry (Ten) 1,547
2 Joe Mixon (Cin) 1,245
3 Ezekiel Elliott (Dal) 1,168
4 Kenyan Drake (AZ) 1,121
5 Nick Chubb (Cle) 1,091

NFL Leaders – Rushing TDs (Week 9 of 2019 – present)

Rnk Player (Team) TDs
1 Derrick Henry (Ten) 17
2 Aaron Jones (GB) 13
3 Kenyan Drake (AZ) 12
4t Dalvin Cook (Min) 11
4t Ezekiel Elliott (Dal) 11
4t Christian McCaffrey (Car) 11
4t Todd Gurley (Atl) 11
• Of Drake’s six career 100-yard rushing performances, two have come in his three career games played on Monday Night Football. He now has 100+ rushing yards in each of his last two games played on MNF (had 114 yards vs. New England on 12/11/17 with Miami).
• In his three career appearances on MNF, Drake has 449 total yards (360 rushing; 89 receiving) and three total TDs. Among the TDs are runs of 69 and 66 yards.

Drake on Monday Night Football

Opponent Team Rush Yds TD Rec Yds
10/19/20 @ Dal AZ 20 164 2 0 0
12/11/17 vs. NE Mia 25 114 0 5 79
11/13/17 @ Car Mia 7 82 1 2 10
• Drake now has 12 rushing TDs in 14 games with Arizona, after he totaled nine rushing TDs in 54 games with Miami. Yesterday’s game was Drake’s third career outing with multiple rushing TDs. All three of those performances have come in his last nine games with the Cardinals. He never rushed for multiple TDs in his first 59 career games.

Drake Career Games w/ 2+ Rushing TDs

Opponent TD
12/15/19 vs. Cleveland 4
12/22/19 at Seattle 2
10/19/20 at Dallas 2

KIRK SCORES TWICE ON MONDAY – INCLUDING A CAREER-LONG 80-YARDER

• Like teammate Kyler Murray, WR Christian Kirk entered Monday’s game with experience playing at AT&T Stadium. He played three games at the venue during his time at Texas A&M, scoring six TDs in those contests. He added to that total on MNF, scoring his second and third TDs of the season on a pair of passes from Kyler Murray.
• Kirk’s first catch on Monday was a six-yard TD reception early in the second quarter. Two drives later, he hauled in a career-long 80-yard TD catch. Dating back to his college career at Texas A&M, Kirk now has eight TDs in four games played at AT&T Stadium.

Kirk TDs By Game at AT&T Stadium

Opponent Team TDs Type
10/19/20 @ Dallas Arizona 2 2 Rec (80 and 6 yards)
9/23/17 vs. Arkansas Texas A&M 3 2 Rec (81 and 10 yards); 1 KOR (100 yards)
9/24/16 vs. Arkansas Texas A&M 1 1 Rec (9 yards)
9/26/15 vs. Arkansas Texas A&M 2 2 Rec (44 and 20 yards)
• Kirk’s 80-yard TD reception was his ninth career TD catch, four of which have covered 50+ yards (59, 69, 75 and 80 yards). Dating back to Kirk’s rookie season in 2018, only Tyreek Hill (6) and DeSean Jackson (5) have more TD receptions of 50+ yards.

NFL Leaders – TD Receptions of 50+ Yards (2018-20)

Rnk Player (Team) TDs
1 Tyreek Hill (KC) 6
2 DeSean Jackson (Phi) 5
3t Christian Kirk (AZ) 4
3t A.J. Brown (Ten) 4
3t Stefon Diggs (Buf) 4
3t Mike Evans (TB) 4
3t Cooper Kupp (LAR) 4
3t D.J. Moore (Car) 4

A BIG DAY FOR BUDDA, INCLUDING HIS FIRST CAREER INTERCEPTION

• Still wearing a cast on his hand due to a thumb injury suffered earlier this season, S Budda Baker had one of the best games of his career in the Cardinals win over Dallas on Monday. The Pro Bowler finished yesterday’s game with seven tackles, a sack, his first career INT, a tackle for loss, two QB hits, a pass defensed and a forced fumble.
Monday’s game in Dallas was Baker’s first as a team captain. He received the honor on Saturday evening, taking over the role LB *Chandler Jones** held prior to his season-ending injury.*
Baker became the first Cardinals player since 2003 (Renaldo Hill on 11/2 vs. Cincinnati) to record a sack, an INT and a forced fumble in the same game.
• In the fourth quarter on Monday, Baker dove in front of an Andy Dalton pass intended for Amari Cooper and intercepted it at the AZ 10-yard line. It was the first INT of his NFL career and first INT since his junior year at the University of Washington, when he intercepted a Luke Falk pass on 11/25/16 vs. Washington State.
• Through Week 6, Baker has 45 tackles, three tackles for loss, 2.0 sacks, three QB hits, his first-career INT, two passes defensed and a forced fumble in five games. He missed Arizona's Week 4 game against Carolina after thumb surgery but still ranks top-five among NFL DBs in tackles this year.

NFL Leaders – Total Tackles by a DB (2020)

Rnk Player (Team) Tkl GP
1 S Jordan Poyer (Buf) 50 6
2 S Jeremy Chinn (Car) 48 6
3 S Josh Jones (Jax) 47 6
4 S John Johnson (LAR) 46 6
5t S Budda Baker (AZ) 45 5
5t S Vonn Bell (Cin) 45 6

KIRKPATRICK PICKS UP 11TH CAREER INTERCEPTION – AND FOURTH ON MNF

• CB Dre Kirkpatrick recorded his 11th career INT when he picked off an Andy Dalton pass intended for WR CeeDee Lamb in the third quarter. It was his fourth INT in eight career MNF appearances. Among active players, only New England CB Devin McCourty (5 in 12 games) has more INTs while playing on MNF.

Active NFL Leaders – INTs on Monday Night Football

Rnk Player (Team) INTs Gms
1 Devin McCourty (NE) 5 12
2t Dre Kirkpatrick (AZ) 4 8
2t Marcus Peters (Bal) 4 7
4t Richard Sherman (SF) 3 11
4t Jason McCourty (NE) 3 6
4t Tyrann Mathieu (KC) 3 7
4t Xavien Howard (Mia) 3 3

MONDAY NIGHT NOTES

• Fourth-year LB Haason Reddick had one of the best games of his career against the Cowboys, recording five tackles, 2.0 sacks, two tackles for loss and a pass defensed. It was the first multi-sack performance of his career.
• Second-year CB Byron Murphy Jr. also had a career game in Dallas, finishing with eight tackles, a tackle for loss, two passes defensed and his first career fumble recovery.
• Playing just days after attending the funeral of his father, DL Jordan Phillips recorded two tackles, two QB hits, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery against the Cowboys. Playing in his 82nd career game, it was the first time in his career Phillips recorded a forced fumble and fumble recovery in the same game.
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2020.10.17 19:31 coRvid_ice_elation Massive Lawsuit Launches Against the Lockdowns

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

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The Video ref above - by Dr. Reiner Fuellmich5 is long, (see orig. link at bottom) but I strongly recommend listening to it in its entirety. Fuellmich has been a consumer protection trial lawyer in California and Germany6 for 26 years and is one of four founding members of the German Corona Extra-Parliamentary Inquiry Committee (Außerparlamentarischer Corona Untersuchungsausschuss7),8,9 launched July 10, 2020.
The other three founding members, all lawyers, are Viviane Fischer, Antonia Fischer and Justus P. Hoffmann, Ph.D.10 Fuellmich is heading up the committee's corona crisis tort case. All meetings are live-streamed and available on the Committee's YouTube channel11 (at least for now).
According to Fuellmich, an international class-action lawsuit will be filed against those responsible for implementing the economically devastating lockdowns around the world, as well as using fraudulent testing to engineer the appearance of a dangerous pandemic.
This includes everyone from local policy makers all the way to the World Health Organization and drug companies. He claims more than 50 other countries will be following suit.
"I have been practicing law primarily as a trial lawyer against fraudulent corporations such as Deutsche bank, formerly one of the world's largest and most respected banks, today one of the most toxic criminal organizations in the world;
VW, one of the world's largest and most respected car manufacturers, today notorious for its giant diesel fraud; and Cunard and Niagara the world's largest shipping company. We're suing them in a multi-million-dollar bribery case," Fuellmich says.
"All the above-mentioned cases of corruption and fraud committed by the German corporations pale in comparison in view of the extent of the damage that the corona crisis has caused and continues to cause. This corona crisis, according to all we know today, must be renamed a corona scandal; and those responsible for it must be criminally prosecuted and sued for civil damages."

Exposing Corrupt Agendas

Fuellmich stresses that, on a political level, all-out efforts must be made to ensure "that no one will ever again be in a position of such power as to be able to defraud humanity, or to attempt to manipulate us with their corrupt agendas."
To that end, the Corona Extra-Parliamentary Inquiry Committee will be working with an international network of lawyers to argue the most massive tort case ever — a case Fuellmich describes as "probably the greatest crime against humanity ever committed."
As explained by Fuellmich, crimes against humanity, first defined during the Nuremberg trials following World War II, are today regulated in Section 7 of the International Criminal Code. The three questions the committee seeks to answer through judicial means are:
1.Is there a COVID-19 pandemic or is there only a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test pandemic?
Specifically, does a positive PCR test result mean that the individual is infected with SARS-CoV-2 and has COVID-19, or does it mean absolutely nothing in connection with the COVID-19 infection?
2.Do pandemic response measures such as lockdowns, mask mandates, social distancing and quarantine regulations serve to protect the world's population from COVID-19, or do these measures serve only to make people panic?
Are these measures intended to sow "panic in order to make people believe, without asking any questions, that their lives are in danger, so that the pharmaceutical and tech industries can generate huge profits from the sale of PCR tests, antigen and antibody tests and vaccines, as well as the harvesting of our genetic fingerprints?"
3.Is it true that the German government was massively lobbied — more so than any other country — by the chief protagonists of this COVID-19 pandemic?
According to Fuellmich, Germany "is known as a particularly disciplined country and was therefore to become a role model for the rest of the world for its strict and, of course, successful adherence" to pandemic measures.
Answers to these questions are urgently needed, he says, because SARS-CoV-2, which is touted as one of the most serious threats to life in modern history, "has not caused any excess mortality anywhere in the world."
Pandemic measures, on the other hand, have "caused the loss of innumerable human lives, and have destroyed the economic existence of countless companies and individuals worldwide," Fuellmich says.
He points out that in Australia, residents are now thrown into prison if they do not comply with mask rules, and in the Philippines, people can be shot dead if they defy lockdown orders or don't wear a mask.12,13 During the first week of April 2020, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced he would "not hesitate" to kill anyone challenging his pandemic restrictions:14,15
"I will not hesitate. My orders are to the police and military, as well as village officials, if there is any trouble, or occasions where there's violence and your lives are in danger, shoot them dead.
Is that understood? Dead. Instead of causing trouble, I will bury you. Do not intimidate the government. Do not challenge the government. You will lose," Duterte said.
This hardly seems to be a strategy aimed at preserving life. Fuellmich goes on to present "the facts as they present themselves," based on expert testimony collected by the committee so far.

The German Congress on Global Health

According to Fuellmich, in May 2019, and again in early 2020, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) of Germany held a congress on global health. In addition to political leaders, including Mr. Tedros Adhanom, head of the WHO, and German health officials, speeches were also given by chief lobbyists of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Wellcome Trust.
"Less than a year later these very people called the shots in the proclamation of the worldwide corona pandemic, made sure that mass PCR tests were used to prove mass infections with COVID-19 all over the world, and are now pushing for vaccines to be invented and sold worldwide," Fuellmich says.
"These infections, or rather the positive test results that the PCR tests delivered, in turn became the justification for worldwide lockdowns, social distancing and mandatory face masks."
He also points out that the very definition of "pandemic" was altered 12 years ago. Originally, a pandemic was defined as a disease that spread worldwide, resulting in widespread serious illness and deaths. Twelve years ago, the definition was changed to reflect a disease that spreads worldwide only. "Many serious illnesses and many deaths were not required anymore, to announce a pandemic," he says.

The Swine Flu Pandemic That Wasn't

This change to the definition of a pandemic is what allowed the WHO to declare the swine flu a pandemic in June 2009,16 which resulted in the sale of many millions of dollars of fast-tracked swine flu vaccines. Within months, cases of disability and death from the H1N1 vaccine were reported in various parts of the world.
In the aftermath, the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) questioned the WHO's handling of the pandemic. In June 2010, PACE concluded "the handling of the pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO), EU health agencies and national governments led to a 'waste of large sums of public money, and unjustified scares and fears about the health risks faced by the European public.'"17
Specifically, PACE concluded there was "overwhelming evidence that the seriousness of the pandemic was vastly overrated by WHO," and that the drug industry had influenced the organization's decision-making.
A joint investigation by the British Medical Journal and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism (BIJ) also uncovered serious conflicts of interest between the WHO — which promoted the global vaccination agenda — and the drug companies that created those vaccines.18 As noted by Fuellmich:
"These vaccines proved to be completely unnecessary because the swine flu eventually turned out to be a mild flu and never became the horrific plague that the pharmaceutical industry and its affiliated universities kept announcing it would turn into, with millions of deaths certain to happen, if people didn't get vaccinated.
These vaccines also led to serious health problems: about 700 children in Europe fell incurably ill with narcolepsy and are now forever severely disabled. The vaccines bought with millions of taxpayers' money had to be destroyed, with even more taxpayers' money."

The Virologist Responsible for Germany's Lockdown Orders

One of the characters that drummed up panic in 2009 with his doomsday prophesies was German virologist Christian Drosten, head of the Institute of Virology at the University of Bonn Medical Centre, best known for developing the first diagnostic test for SARS in 2003. He also developed a diagnostic test for the swine flu.19
Drosten spoke at the 2019 CDU congress on global health, and according to Fuellmich, when it came time to decide on a response for COVID-19, the German government relied on the opinion of Drosten alone.
"In an outrageous violation of the universally accepted principle audiator at ultra parse, which means that one must also hear the other side, the only person they listened to was Mr. Drosten, that is, the very person whose horrific panic-inducing prognosis had proved to be catastrophically false 12 years earlier," Fuellmich says.
Meanwhile, many "highly renowned scientists" painted a completely different picture of the COVID-19 pandemic. Among them, professor John Ioannidis of Stanford University in California; professor Michael Levitt, a biophysicist at Stanford University and Nobel prize winner for chemistry; German professors Karin Mulling, Sucharit Bhakdi, Klud Wittkowski and Stefan Homburg.
Dr. Mike Yeadon, former vice president and scientific director of Pfizer, is also on this list. Yeadon recently went on record stating "there is no science to suggest a second wave should happen," and that false positive results from unreliable PCR tests are being used to "manufacture a 'second wave' based on 'new cases.'"20
"They assumed, and still do assume, that there was no disease that went beyond the gravity of the seasonal flu; that the population had already acquired cross or T-cell immunity against this allegedly new virus; and that there was therefore no reason for any special measures and certainly not for vaccinations," Fuellmich says.
He also quotes21 from a scientific paper published in September 2020 by Yeadon and colleagues, in which they state:
"We're basing our government policy, our economic policy and the policy of restricting fundamental rights presumably on completely wrong data and assumptions about the coronavirus. If it weren't for the test results that are constantly reported in the media, the pandemic would be over, because nothing really happened."

Situational Analysis

Commenting on "the current, actual situation regarding the virus's danger; the complete uselessness of PCR tests for the detection of infections; and the lockdowns based on nonexistent infections," Fuellmich states:
"We know that the health care systems were never in danger of becoming overwhelmed by COVID-19. On the contrary, many hospitals remain empty to this day and some are now facing bankruptcy. The hospital ship Comfort which anchored in New York at the time, and could have accommodated a thousand patients, never accommodated more than some 20 patients.
Nowhere was there any excess mortality. Studies carried out by Professor Ioannidis and others have shown that the mortality of corona is equivalent to that of the seasonal flu; even the pictures from Bergamo and New York that were used to demonstrate to the world that panic was in order proved to be deliberately misleading.
Then, the so-called 'panic paper' was leaked which was written by the German Department of the Interior. Its classified content shows beyond a shadow of a doubt that in fact the population was deliberately driven to panic by politicians and mainstream media.
The accompanying irresponsible statements of the head of the RKI, remember the CDC, Mr. Wieler who repeatedly and excitedly announced that the corona measures must be followed unconditionally by the population, without them asking any question shows that he followed the script verbatim.
In his public statements, he kept announcing that the situation was very grave and threatening although the figures compiled by his own institute proved the exact opposite. Among other things, the panic paper calls for children to be made to feel responsible, and I quote, 'for the painful tortured death of their parents and grandparents if they do not follow the corona rules.'"
Fuellmich goes on to cite data showing that in Bergamo, Italy, 94% of deaths were not the result of COVID-19 infection spreading wild but, rather, the consequence of the government's decision to transfer sick patients from hospitals to nursing homes, where they spread infection — colds, flu and SARS-CoV-2 — among the old and frail.
This was also done by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo,22 in direct violation of federal guidelines,23 as well as in Minnesota, Ohio,24 Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Michigan and California.25 Fuellmich also points out the routine malpractice that occurred in some New York hospitals, where all suspected COVID-19 patients were placed on mechanical ventilation, which turned out to be a death sentence.
"Again, to clarify, COVID-19 … is a dangerous disease, just like the seasonal flu is a dangerous disease, and of course COVID-19, just like the seasonal flu, may sometimes take a severe clinical course and will sometimes kill patients," Fuellmich says.
"However, as autopsies have shown, which were carried out in Germany, in particular by the forensic scientist Professor Klaus Püschel in Hamburg, the fatalities he examined had almost all been caused by serious pre-existing conditions and almost all of the people who had died, had died at a very old age, just like in Italy, meaning they had lived beyond their average life expectancy.
In this context, the following should also be mentioned: the German RKI, that is again the equivalent of the CDC, had initially, strangely enough, recommended that no autopsies be performed and there are numerous credible reports that doctors and hospitals worldwide had been paid money for declaring a deceased person a victim of COVID-19 rather than writing down the true cause of death on the death certificate, for example a heart attack or a gunshot wound.
Without the autopsies, we would never know that the overwhelming majority of the alleged COVID-19 victims had died of completely different diseases but not of COVID-19."

Lockdowns Were and Are Unnecessary

Based on the expert testimony collected so far by Fuellmich and his colleagues, lockdowns were unnecessary, and any claim to the contrary is wrong. The three reasons for this are:
  1. Lockdowns were imposed at a time when the virus was already in retreat and infection rates were starting to decline
  2. Scientific evidence shows a majority of people already have built-in protection against the virus due to cross-reactive T cell immunity from exposure to cold and flu viruses26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,34,35
  3. The PCR test — which is being used as a gauge of infection rates and a justification for restrictive measures — "do not give any indication of an infection with any virus let alone an infection with SARS-CoV-2"
To the politicians, who believe those corrupt people, these facts are hereby offered as a lifeline, that can help you readjust your course of action and start the long overdue public scientific discussion and not go down with those charlatans and criminals. ~ Dr. Reiner Fuellmich

The PCR Test Fraud

First of all, the PCR test have not been approved for diagnostic purposes. Its inventor, Kary Mullis, has repeatedly yet unsuccessfully stressed that this test should not be used as a diagnostic tool. As noted by Fuellmich:
"[PCR tests] are simply incapable of diagnosing any disease ... A positive PCR test result does not mean that an infection is present. If someone tests positive, it does not mean that they're infected with anything, let alone with the contagious SARS-CoV-2 virus. Even the United States CDC … agrees with this and I quote directly from page 38 of one of its publications on the coronavirus and the PCR tests dated July 13 2020:36
The PCR swabs take one or two sequences of a molecule that are invisible to the human eye and therefore need to be amplified in many cycles to make it visible. Everything over 35 cycles is … considered completely unreliable and scientifically unjustifiable.
However, the Drosten test as well as the WHO recommended tests … are set to 45 cycles. Can that be because of the desire to produce as many positive results as possible and thereby provide the basis for the false assumption that a large number of infections have been detected?"
Equally important is the fact that PCR tests cannot distinguish between inactive viruses and "live" or reproductive ones. As a result, they may pick up dead debris or inactive viral particles that pose no risk whatsoever to the patient and others. What's more, the test can pick up the presence of other coronaviruses, so a positive result may simply indicate that you've recuperated from a common cold in the past.
"Even Drosten himself declared in an interview with a German business magazine in 2014 … that these PCR tests are so highly sensitive that even very healthy and non-infectious people may test positive," Fuellmich notes.
"In my view, it is completely implausible that [Drosten] forgot in 2020 what he knew about the PCR tests and told the business magazine in 2014. In short, this test cannot detect any infection, contrary to all false claims stating that it can.
An infection, a so-called hot infection, requires that the virus … penetrates into the cells, replicates there and causes symptoms such as headaches or a sore throat. Only then is a person really infected, in the sense of a hot infection; because only then is a person contagious, that is, able to infect others.
Until then it is completely harmless for both the host and all other people that the host comes into contact with … A number of highly respected scientists worldwide assume that there has never been a corona pandemic but only a PCR test pandemic …
Dr. Yeadon, in agreement with the professors of immunology, Camera from Germany, Capel from the Netherlands and Cahill from Ireland as well as a microbiologist, Dr. Harvey from Austria, all of whom testified before the German corona committee, explicitly points out that a positive test does not mean that an intact virus has been found."
In the September 20, 2020 article37 "Lies, Damned Lies and Health Statistics — The Deadly Danger of False Positives," Yeadon details the problems with basing our pandemic response on positive PCR tests.
In summary, the PCR test simply measures the presence of partial DNA sequences that are present in a virus, but it cannot tell us whether that virus is active or inactive. Chances are, if you have no symptoms, a positive test simply means it has detected inactive viral DNA in your body. This would also mean that you are not contagious.

Collateral Damage

While mortality statistics during the pandemic have been within the norms of any given year,38,39 meaning the pandemic has not resulted in an excess number of deaths or a death toll higher than normal, the collateral damage from pandemic response measures is nearly incalculable. Public health, both physical and mental, as well as the global economy, have all suffered tremendous blows.
Fuellmich cites yet another leaked document written by a German official in the Department of the Interior, dubbed "the False Alarm paper,"40,41 which concludes that there's no evidence to suggest SARS-CoV-2 posed a serious health risk for the population, at least the danger is no greater than that of many other viruses, while pandemic measures have "manifold" and "grave" consequences.
"This, he concludes, will lead to very high claims for damages, which the government will be held responsible for. This has now become reality but the paper's author was suspended," Fuellmich says.
"More and more scientists, but also lawyers, recognize that as a result of the deliberate panic-mongering and the corona measures enabled by this panic, democracy is in great danger of being replaced by fascist totalitarian models …
According to psychologists and psychotherapists who testified before the corona committee, children are traumatized en masse, with the worst psychological consequences yet to be expected in the medium and long term.
In Germany alone, 500,000 to 800,000 bankruptcies are expected in the fall to strike small and medium-sized businesses which form the backbone of the economy. This will result in incalculable tax losses and incalculably high and long-term social security money transfers for, among other things, unemployment benefits."

Legal Consequences

In closing, Fuellmich reviews the legal consequences that are currently underway. This includes looking at the constitutionality of the measures. He notes:
"Very recently, a judge, Torsten Schleife … declared publicly that the German judiciary, just like the general public has been so panic-stricken that it was no longer able to administer justice properly. He says that the courts of law, and I quote:
'Have all too quickly waved through coercive measures which for millions of people all over Germany represent massive suspensions of their constitutional rights.' He points out that German citizens, again I quote:
'Are currently experiencing the most serious encroachment on their constitutional rights since the founding of the Federal Republic of Germany in 1949. In order to contain the corona pandemic federal and state governments have intervened,' he says, 'massively and in part threatening the very existence of the country, as it is guaranteed by the constitutional rights of the people.'"
Then there are the issues of fraud, intentional infliction of damage and crimes against humanity. According to Fuellmich, there's evidence showing a range of falsehoods and misrepresentations of facts have purposely been circulated, such that, based on the rules of criminal law, "it can only be assessed as fraud," and "based on the rules of civil tort law, this translates into intentional infliction of damage."
"The German professor of civil law, Martin Schwab, supports this finding in public interviews in a comprehensive legal opinion of around 180 pages. He has familiarized himself with the subject matter like no other legal scholar has done thus far and in particular has provided a detailed account of the complete failure of the mainstream media to report on the true facts of this so-called pandemic," Fuellmich says.
"Under the rules of civil tort law, all those who have been harmed by these PCR tests, PCR tests induced lockdowns are entitled to receive full compensation for their losses. In particular, there is a duty to compensate, that is, a duty to pay damages, for the loss of profits suffered by companies and self-employed persons as a result of the lockdown, and other measures.
In the meantime, however, the anti-corona measures have caused and continue to cause such devastating damage to the world's population's health and economy that the crimes committed by Messrs Drosten, Wieler and the WHO must be legally qualified as actual crimes against humanity, as defined in Section 7 of the International Criminal Code."
To address these grievances, the German Corona Extra-Parliamentary Inquiry Committee is prepared to file a class-action lawsuit — a legal remedy available in the U.S. and Canada — against the responsible parties.
"It should be emphasized that nobody must join the class action, but every injured party can join the class action," Fuellmich explains. "The advantage of the class action is that only one trial is needed, namely, to try the complaint of a representative plaintiff who is affected in a manner typical of everyone else in the class."
Such a lawsuit would also open the door to pretrial discovery, which requires all relevant evidence to be presented to the other party. Destruction or withholding evidence has serious consequences, as "the party withholding or … destroying evidence loses the case under these evidence rules."
In Germany, a group of tort lawyers have already started the process of disseminating information and legal forms, and estimating damages among German plaintiffs. Fuellmich concludes his announcement explaining how the lawsuit will proceed from here:
"Initially, this group of lawyers had considered to also collect and manage the claims for damages of other non-German plaintiffs but this proved to be unmanageable.
However, through an international lawyers' network, which is growing larger by the day, the German group of attorneys provides to all of their colleagues, in all other countries, free of charge, all relevant information, including expert opinions and testimonies of experts showing that the PCR tests cannot detect infections and they also provide them with all relevant information as to how they can prepare and bundle the claims for damages of their clients so that they too can assert their clients claims for damages either in their home countries, courts of law, or within the framework of the class action as explained above …
To the politicians, who believe those corrupt people, these facts are hereby offered as a lifeline, that can help you readjust your course of action and start the long overdue public scientific discussion and not go down with those charlatans and criminals."
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2020.10.14 18:23 Arizona-Cardinals NOTES FROM THE CARDINALS 30-10 VICTORY AT NEW YORK JETS (10/11/20)

• The Cardinals defeated the NY Jets 30-10 at MetLife Stadium on Sunday. In doing so, Arizona earned its second-ever road win against the Jets and the first since 1975. • With the win, the Cardinals improved to 3-1 all-time at MetLife Stadium and have won three in a row at the venue.
• Sunday’s game (+20) marks the first time since a 23-0 victory over the NY Giants on 12/24/17 that the Cardinals won a game by at least 20 points. It was the first game since the 2016 finale at L.A. Rams (W, 44-6) that Arizona scored 30+ points in a game and allowed 10 points or fewer.
• After going 3-1 in Week 5, the NFC West (14) leads the NFL in wins in 2020. The NFC West remains the only division in which each team has a positive point differential.

2020 NFC West Standings

Team W L PF PA Hm Road Div Conf
Seattle 5 0 169 135 3-0 2-0 0-0 3-0
L.A. Rams 4 1 136 90 2-0 2-1 0-0 4-0
Arizona 3 2 128 102 1-1 2-1 1-0 2-2
San Francisco 2 3 124 114 0-3 2-0 0-1 1-2

OFFENSE GETS ROLLING IN NEW YORK

• The Cardinals finished Sunday’s game with a season-high 496 total net yards (369 passing, 127 rushing) and 28 first downs. It marks the seventh time Arizona reached 400+ total yards in 21 games under head coach *Kliff Kingsbury*. Arizona reached 400+ yards just once in 32 games over the two seasons combined (2017-18) prior to his arrival.
• Through the first five games, the Cardinals have piled up 1,977 total net yards on offense (1,272 passing; 705 rushing). Arizona’s 1,977 total yards represent the fifth-highest total in franchise history through the first five games of a season – and the most since the team had 2,058 total yards in 1988.

Franchise History – Most Yards Thru 5 Games

Rnk Year Yds
1 1963 2,092
2 1984 2,082
3 1988 2,058
4 1948 2,016
5 2020 1,977
• The 2020 season marks the fourth time in franchise history the Cardinals have at least 1,200 passing yards and 700 rushing yards through the first five games of a season.

Franchise History – 1,200 Pass Yards & 700 Rush Yds Thru 5 Games

Year Pass Rush Total
2020 1,272 705 1,977
1988 1,208 850 2,058
1984 1,322 760 2,082
1963 1,250 842 2,092
• The Cardinals put up 496 total yards of offense and also averaged 7.3 yards per play against the Jets. It is the second time in 21 games under Kingsbury that Arizona has posted 450+ total yards and averaged 7.0+ yards per play in a game (Week 5 at Cincinnati in 2019 – 514 yards, 7.2 ypp). In the 22 years prior to his arrival, the team had just four such performances.
• Below is a look at the Cardinals offensive rankings in 2020:

Arizona Offensive Rankings in 2020

Statistic NFL Rnk
Goal-to-Go TD Pct. (100.0) t-1st
4th Down Conv. Pct. (100.0) t-1st
Red Zone TD Pct. (81.3) 2nd
Total 1st Downs (128) 2nd
Rushing TDs (8) t-3rd
Rushing 1st Downs (46) 4th
Big Play Runs (21) 4th
Total Plays (337) 5th
Big Plays (37) t-5th
Rushing Yards/Game (141.0) 6th
Total TDs (16) t-9th
Sacks Allowed (8) t-10th
Total Yards/Game (395.4) 11th
Passing TDs (8) t-14th

CARDS REACH EIGHT STRAIGHT GAMES WITH 21+ POINTS

• Sunday’s victory over the Jets marked the eighth consecutive game the Cardinals have scored at least 21 points. Only two teams have longer active streaks than Arizona.

Consecutive Games Scoring 21+ Pts (Active)

Rnk Team Gms
1 Kansas City 16
2 New Orleans* 11
3 Arizona 8
4 Green Bay 7
5 Seattle 6
*Play on MNF in Week 5
• The Cardinals current streak of eight straight games with 21+ points is the team's longest since 2013 (8) and is tied for the fifth-longest in franchise history.

Franchise Record - Consecutive Games Scoring 21+ Pts

Rnk Year(s) Gms
1 1983-84 11
2t 2007-08 10
2t 1948-49 10
4 1975-76 9
5t 2019-20 8
5t 2013 8
5t 2008 8
• The Cardinals have scored 21+ points in 15 of 21 games under Kingsbury. Arizona scored 21+ points in an NFL-low 9 games in the two seasons prior to his arrival (2017-18).

ARIZONA GRINDS OUT 127 RUSHING YARDS AND THREE TDS AGAINST THE JETS

• The Cardinals ran for 127 yards and three TDs on 30 carries (4.2 avg.) in the win over the Jets. Arizona has now rushed for 100+ yards in all five games this season – and in 15 of 21 games under Kingsbury.
• The 2020 season marks just the third time in the last 33 years (1988-20) that the Cardinals have rushed for 100+ yards in each of the first five games of a season.
• The Cardinals three rushing TDs vs. the Jets came from three different players: QB Kyler Murray, RB Chase Edmonds and RB Kenyan Drake. Yesterday’s game marked the first time since 12/20/09 vs. Detroit (RBs Tim Hightower and Beanie Wells and WR Anquan Boldin) that the Cardinals had three different players score a rushing TD in a game.
• Through Week 5, Arizona ranks sixth in the NFL averaging 141.0 rushing yards per game in 2020.

NFL Leaders – Rushing Yards/Game (2020)

Rnk Team Yds/Gm Att Avg TD
1 Cleveland 188.4 172 5.5 8
2 New England 179.8 140 5.1 7
3 Baltimore 160.8 144 5.6 5
4 Minnesota 160.6 154 5.2 8
5 Green Bay 150.8 119 5.1 4
6 Arizona 141.0 148 4.8 8
7 L.A. Rams 139.6 169 4.1 9
8 Pittsburgh 138.8 122 4.6 4
9t Tennessee 129.0 102 3.8 2
9t San Francisco 129.0 128 5.0 8

DEFENSE HOLD JETS TO 10 POINTS IN 20-POINT VICTORY

• The Cardinals defense allowed season-lows in points (10), total yards (285), passing yards (162), yards per play (4.5) and average yards per pass play (4.5) against the Jets on Sunday. • The 10 points allowed are the fewest for the Cardinals under defensive coordinator Vance Joseph. It also marked the fourth time in the last seven games Arizona’s defense has allowed 20 points or fewer. With the win on Sunday, the Cardinals improved to 3-0 this season when holding an opponent to 20 points or fewer.
• Arizona held the Jets to 4-of-13 (31%) on 3rd down conversion attempts and 0-of-2 on 4th down attempts on Sunday. The Cardinals also held the Jets to just one TD on three red zone possessions and kept them out of the end zone in their only goal-to-goal possession.
• Below is a look at the Cardinals defensive rankings in 2020:

Arizona Defensive Rankings in 2020

Statistic NFL Rnk
Goal-to-Go TD Pct. (40.0) 1st
Red Zone TD Pct. (42.9) t-2nd
3rd Down Pct. (35.6) 4th
Points Allowed/Game (20.4) 5th
Passing Yards/Game (222.4) 5th
Rushing TDs Allowed (3) t-5th
Points/Drive Allowed (1.92) 7th
Sacks (14.0) t-7th
Tackles for Loss (24) t-7th
Total TDs Allowed (11) t-8th
QB Hits (29) t-9th
Total Net Yards/Game (346.6) 10th
• With LB Dennis Gardeck (2.0) and S Budda Baker recording their first sack of the season on Sunday, the Cardinals now have had nine different players post at least 1.0 sack in 2020. Baltimore (11) is the only team who has more players with at least 1.0 sack this season.

HOPKINS CONTINUES TO SHINE IN RECORD-BREAKING START WITH ARIZONA

• After catching six passes for 131 yards and a TD in yesterday’s win over the Jets, WR DeAndre Hopkins continues his record-breaking debut season with the Cardinals. Through five games, Hopkins has 45 receptions for 528 yards and two TDs.
Hopkins leads the NFL in receptions, receiving yards and first down receptions in 2020.

NFL Leaders – Receptions (2020) NFL Leaders – Receiving Yards (2020)

Rnk Player (Team) Rec Rnk Player (Team) Yds
1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 45 1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 528
2 Amari Cooper (Dal) 39 2 D.K. Metcalf (Sea) 496
3 Robby Anderson (Car) 36 3 Robby Anderson (Car) 489
4 Allen Robinson (Chi) 35 4 Calvin Ridley (Atl) 485
5 Darren Waller (LV) 34 5 CeeDee Lamb (Dal) 433

NFL Leaders – 1st Down Receptions (2020)

Rnk Player (Team) 1st
1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 29
2t Tyler Boyd (Cin) 25
2t Calvin Ridley (Atl) 25
4 Amari Cooper (Dal) 23
5t Terry McLaurin (Was) 22
5t Travis Kelce (KC) 22
• Only three players in NFL history had more receptions through the first five games of a season than Hopkins has in 2020.

NFL Record – Receptions in 1st 5 Games of a Season

Rnk Player (Team) Rec Year
1t Adam Thielen (Min) 47 2018
1t T.J. Houshmandzadeh (Cin) 47 2007
3 Michael Thomas (NO) 46 2018
4t DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 45 2020
4t Michael Thomas (NO) 45 2019
4t Wes Welker (NE) 45 2011
• Hopkins’ 45 catches set an NFL record for most receptions in a player’s first five games with a team. The previous record of 42 was set by Eric Metcalf (Atlanta) in 1995.

NFL Record – Receptions in 1st 5 Games with a Team

Rnk Player (Team) Rec Year
1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 45 2020
2 Eric Metcalf (Atl) 42 1995
3 Terance Mathis (Atl) 40 1994
4 Andre Rison (Atl) 38 1990
5t Brandon Marshall (Mia) 37 2010
5t Brandon Marshall (NYJ) 37 2015
• Hopkins (45) also established a franchise record for receptions in the first five games of a season. J.T. Smith (44 in 1989) held the previous mark.

Franchise Record – Receptions in 1st 5 Games of Season

Rnk Player (Year) Rec
1 DeAndre Hopkins (2020) 45
2 J.T. Smith (1989) 44
3t Larry Fitzgerald (2005) 36
3t Anquan Boldin (2005) 36
5t Larry Fitzgerald (2009) 35
5t Larry Centers (1996) 35
• Hopkins has 528 receiving yards in 2020. Only two players in franchise history had more receiving yards through the first five games of a season.

Franchise Record – Receiving Yards in 1st 5 Games of Season

Rnk Player (Year) Yds
1 J.T. Smith (1989) 549
2 Anquan Boldin (2005) 547
3 DeAndre Hopkins (2020) 528
4 Larry Fitzgerald (2005) 504
5 Anquan Boldin (2003) 497
Sunday’s game marked Hopkins’ third with 130+ receiving yards this season. He is the first player in Cardinals history with at least three games of 130+ receiving yards in the first five games of a season. He joins Julio Jones (3 in 2015 with Atlanta) and Jimmy Graham (3 in 2013 with New Orleans) as the only players in the last 11 seasons to accomplish the feat.
• Following his 131-yard performance against the Jets, Hopkins now has 9,130 receiving yards for his career. Only three players in NFL history reached 9,000 receiving yards at a younger age than Hopkins (28 years, 127 days).

NFL History – Youngest Players to Reach 9,000 Receiving Yards

Player Age Years
Randy Moss 27 years, 310 days 1998-04
Calvin Johnson 28 years, 56 days 2007-13
Larry Fitzgerald 28 years, 81 days 2004-11
DeAndre Hopkins 28 years, 127 days 2013-20
Julio Jones 28 years, 326 days 2011-17
• Hopkins now has five-or-more receptions in 23 consecutive games played. In NFL history, Hopkins and Antonio Brown (36 straight) are the only players with 5+ receptions in at least 23 consecutive games.

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

Rnk Player (Team) Gms Years
1 Antonio Brown (Pit) 36 2013-15
2 DeAndre Hopkins (Hou/AZ) 23* 2018-20
3t Michael Thomas (NO) 20 2018-19
3t Jarvis Landry (Mia/Cle) 20 2017-18
5 Laveranues Coles (NYJ/Was) 19 2002-03
*Active Streak • Hopkins has at least one reception in all 115 games played in his career. His streak of 115 consecutive games with a catch is the fourth-longest active streak in the NFL.

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

Rnk Player (Team) Gms Date Streak Started
1 Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 248 Nov. 7, 2004
2 Julio Jones (Atl) 121 Dec. 4, 2011
3 Golden Tate (NYG) 119 Oct. 28, 2012
4 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 115 Sept. 9, 2013
5t Travis Kelce (KC) 100 Sept. 7, 2014
5t Jarvis Landry (Cle) 100 Sept. 14, 2014
• Yesterday’s game marked Hopkins 33rd career 100-yard outing – and third in five games with Arizona (151 @ SF in Week 1; 137 vs. Det in Week 3). 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 (2013-20)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms
1 Julio Jones (Atl) 47
2 Antonio Brown (FA) 39
3 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 33
4 T.Y. Hilton (Ind) 28
5t Odell Beckham (Cle) 26
5t Mike Evans (TB) 26
• Dating back to 2017, Hopkins (20) and Atlanta’s Julio Jones (21) are the only players in the NFL with at least 20 games of 100+ receiving yards.
• With his 131-yard performance on Sunday, Hopkins has gone over 100 yards receiving in all three career games against the Jets. In those three games, he had 419 yards and five TDs on 21 receptions.

Hopkins Career vs. the Jets

Date Rec Yds Avg. TD (Dist)
10/11/20 @ NYJ 6 131 21.8 1 (37)
12/15/18 @ NYJ 10 170 17.0 2 (45, 14)
11/22/15 vs. NYJ 5 118 23.6 2 (61, 20)
Totals 21 419 19.9 5 • Combined with his 116 yards against the Giants in 2014, Hopkins now has 100+ receiving yards in all three games he has played at MetLife Stadium (2 vs. Jets; 1 vs. the Giants)

Hopkins Career Games at MetLife Stadium

Date Rec Yds Avg. TD (Dist)
10/11/20 @ NYJ 6 131 21.8 1 (37)
12/15/18 @ NYJ 10 170 17.0 2 (45, 14)
9/21/14 vs. NYG 6 116 19.3 0
Totals 22 417 18.9 3

MURRAY THROWS FOR CAREER-HIGH 380 YARDS IN WIN OVER JETS

• In Sunday’s win over the Jets, QB Kyler Murray completed 27-of-37 pass attempts (72.9%) for a career-high 380 yards, a TD and a passer rating of 103.4. He also rushed for 31 yards and a TD on nine carries.
• Murray’s 380 passing yards on Sunday represent the highest total for a Cardinals QB since Carson Palmer threw for 421 yards on 10/18/15 at Pittsburgh. It was the most passing yards by a Cardinals QB in a win since Palmer threw for 419 yards in a 27-14 victory at Jacksonville on 11/17/13.
• With his 380 passing yards on Sunday, Murray surpassed 5,000 career passing yards (5,021). Combined with his 840 career rushing yards, Murray now joins Cam Newton (5,205 passing yards; 915 rushing yards) as the only players in NFL history with 5,000+ passing yards and 800+ rushing yards in their first 21 career starts.
• Through five games, Murray has completed 128-of-181 pass attempts for 1,299 yards and 8 TDs, while also rushing for 296 yards and five TDs on 41 carries. He joins Cam Newton (2011) and Kordell Stewart (1997) as the only players in NFL history with at least five passing and five rushing TDs through the first five games of a season.

NFL History – Players w/ 5 Pass & 5 Rush TDs Thru 5 Games

Year Player (Team) Pass Rush
2020 Kyler Murray (AZ) 8 5
2011 Cam Newton (Car) 7 5
1997 Kordell Stewart (Pit) 7 6
• After throwing for a career-high 380 yards against the Jets on Sunday, Murray now has six career 300-yard outings. No other QB in franchise history had more than four games with 300+ passing yards in their first two NFL seasons.

Franchise Record – Games w/ 300+ Passing Yards in 1st 2 Seasons

Rnk Player (Years) Gms
1 Kyler Murray (2019-20) 6
2 Jake Plummer (1997-98) 4
3 Charley Johnson (1962-63) 3
4t Ryan Lindley (2012-14) 2
4t John Skelton (2011-12) 2
4t Timm Rosenbach (1989-90) 2
4t Jim Hart (1966-67) 2
Yesterday’s game was Murray’s fifth with both a passing and rushing TD, including his fourth such performance in five games this season. Only four players in franchise history had more games with both a passing and rushing TD in their career than Murray has in his first 21 career games.

Franchise Record – Games w/ Rush & Pass TD (Career)

Rnk Player (Years) Gms
1 Jim Hart (1966-83) 11
2 Ernie Nevers (1929-31) 8
3 Charley Johnson (1961-69) 7
4 Paul Christman (1945-49) 6
5t Kyler Murray (2019-20) 5
5t Jake Plummer (1997-02) 5
5t Charley Trippi (1947-55) 5
• Murray (4) joins Jim Hart (5 in 1968) as the only players in franchise history with at least four such games in a season.
• In just five games, Murray (5) has surpassed the number of rushing TDs he had in 16 games last season (4). Jim Hart (6 in 1968) is the only QB in franchise history who had more rushing TDs in a season than Murray has through five games in 2020.

Franchise Record – Rushing TDs by Quarterback (Season)

Rnk Player (Year) TDs Gms
1 Jim Hart (1968) 6 13
2t Kyler Murray (2020) 5 5
2t King Hill (1959) 5 11
2t Lamar McHan (1956) 5 12
5t Kyler Murray (2019) 4 16
5t Jake Plummer (1998) 4 16
5t Charley Trippi (1952) 4 11
5t Charley Trippi (1951) 4 12
5t Arnie Horween (1922) 4 11
• Murray’s 37-yard TD pass to DeAndre Hopkins in the fourth quarter was his 28th career TD pass. He now needs just five more to pass Jake Plummer (32) for the most in franchise history by a player in his first two seasons.

Franchise Record – TD Passes in 1st 2 NFL Seasons

Rnk Player (Years) TDs
1 Jake Plummer (1997-98) 32
2 Kyler Murray (2019-20) 28
3 Jim Hart (1966-67) 19
4 Paul Christman (1945-46) 18
5 Lamar McHan (1954-55) 17
On the Cardinals five scoring drives on Sunday, Murray completed 18-of-22 pass attempts (81.8%) for 290 yards and a TD while also rushing for 33 yards and a TD on five carries.

Murray Statistics on 5 Cardinals Scoring Drives

Drive Statistics
1. 4-4 for 41 yards; 1 rush for 16 yards
2. 3-5 for 57 yards; 3 rush for 15 yards and TD
3. 4-5 for 52 yards
4. 4-4 for 48 yards
5. 3-4 for 92 yards and a TD; 1 rush for 2 yards

FITZGERALD PLAYS IN 255TH CAREER GAME

• WR Larry Fitzgerald caught four passes for 35 yards against the Jets on Sunday while playing in his 255th career game. In NFL history, only eight players have appeared in more games with a single team. The only offensive players in NFL history to appear in more games with a single team are OL Bruce Matthews (296 w/Titans), QB Tom Brady (285 w/Patriots) and OL Jackie Slater (259 w/ Rams).

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 LS David Binn (SD) 256
9t WR Larry Fitzgerald (AZ)* 255
9t QB Brett Favre (GB) 255
9t TE Jason Witten (Dal)* 255
*Active Player
• The win over the Jets also represented Fitzgerald’s 89th 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 starting streak among offensive players in the NFL.

NFL Leaders – Consecutive Starts by Offensive Players (Active)

Rnk Player (Team) Starts
1 QB Philip Rivers (Ind) 229
2t T Mitchell Schwartz (KC) 133
2t QB Russell Wilson (Sea) 133
4 T Jake Matthews (Atl) 99
5 C Jason Kelce (Phi) 94
6 WR Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 89
7 TE Kyle Rudolph (Min) 86
8t C Alex Mack (Atl) 85
8t T Morgan Moses (Was) 85
10 QB Dak Prescott (Dal) 69
• After catching four passes against the Jets, Fitzgerald now has at least one reception in 248 consecutive games, the second-longest streak in NFL history behind Jerry Rice (274 straight). Fitzgerald’s streak of 248 consecutive games with a catch is the longest in NFL history with a single team. Fitzgerald has at least one reception in 254 of 255 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-) 248 11/7/04 – 10/11/20 15 years, 11 months, 4 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 248 consecutive games with a reception is more than twice as long as the second-place total: Julio Jones (121 games).

EDMONDS WITH ANOTHER BIG PERFORMANCE AT METLIFE STADIUM

• After becoming just the sixth player in NFL history with three TD runs of 20+ yards in a single game in the Cardinals Week 7 victory over the Giants at MetLife Stadium last season, RB Chase Edmonds broke off yet another long TD run against the Jets on Sunday. The third-year back scored the first TD of the game on a 29-yard run in the first quarter.
• Combined with his three rushing TDs (20, 20 and 22 yards) against the Giants in Week 7 last season, Edmonds now has four TDs in two career games at MetLife Stadium. Edmonds has 6 TDs in 32 career games played away from MetLife Stadium.
• Edmonds’ 29-yard TD run in the first quarter on Sunday was his fifth career TD run of 20+ yards. Only three players in franchise history had more TD runs of 20+ yards in their career than Edmonds.

Franchise Record – TD Runs of 20+ Yards

Rnk Player (Years) TD
1 Ottis Anderson (1979-86) 7
2 Elmer Angsman (1946-52) 6
3 Ollie Matson (1952-58) 6
4t Chase Edmonds (2018-20) 5
4t John David Crow (1958-64) 5
4t Terry Metcalf (1973-77) 5
Edmonds five TD runs of 20+ yards over the last two seasons (2019-20) are the most in the NFL.

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

Rnk Player (Team) TD
1 Chase Edmonds (AZ) 5
2 Christian McCaffrey (Car) 4
3t Kyler Murray (AZ) 3
3t Saquon Barkley (NYG) 3
3t Nick Chubb (Cle) 3
3t Derrick Henry (Ten) 3
3t Lamar Jackson (Bal) 3
3t Aaron Jones (GB) 3
3t Raheem Mostert (SF) 3
• Edmonds finished Sunday’s game with 92 total scrimmage yards (56 receiving, 36 rushing) and a TD on eight touches. His 56 receiving yards set a career high.

GARDECK GETS TWO SACKS IN FIRST DEFENSIVE ACTION OF HIS CAREER

• Playing the first defensive snaps of his career, LB Dennis Gardeck – a special teams captain and standout who signed with the Cardinals as a rookie free agent out of the University of Sioux Falls in 2018 – recorded his first career sack when he took down Jets QB Joe Flacco for a nine-yard loss in the second quarter. It was Gardeck’s first sack since his senior year at Sioux Falls when he took down Augustana QB Gage McClanahan for a one-yard loss on 10/28/17.
• Gardeck added a second sack in the fourth quarter. With 2.0 sacks against the Jets, Gardeck now joins Chandler Jones (4x) and Terrell Suggs (1x) as the only Cardinals defenders in the last two seasons (2019-20) to record at least 2.0 sacks in a game.
• Gardeck finished with 2.0 sacks in just 10 defensive snaps against the Jets.

DRAKE SCORES AGAIN – NOW WITH 10 RUSHING TDS IN 13 GAMES WITH CARDINALS

• RB Kenyan Drake finished Sunday’s game with 60 rushing yards on 18 attempts and scored his second TD of the season on a one-yard run in the third quarter. It was Drake’s 10th rushing TD in 13 games played with Arizona. He now has nine rushing TDs in his last eight games.
• Drake has more rushing TDs in 13 games with Arizona (10) than he had in 54 games with Miami (9).
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2020.10.13 19:35 WhatMyHeartHeld Game Notes Week 5

• The Cardinals defeated the NY Jets 30-10 at MetLife Stadium on Sunday. In doing so, Arizona earned its second-ever road win against the Jets and the first since 1975.
• With the win, the Cardinals improved to 3-1 all-time at MetLife Stadium and have won three in a row at the venue.
• Sunday’s game (+20) marks the first time since a 23-0 victory over the NY Giants on 12/24/17 that the Cardinals won a game by at least 20 points. It was the first game since the 2016 finale at L.A. Rams (W, 44-6) that Arizona scored 30+ points in a game and allowed 10 points or fewer.
• After going 3-1 in Week 5, the NFC West (14) leads the NFL in wins in 2020. The NFC West remains the only division in which each team has a positive point differential.

2020 NFC West Standings

Team W L PF PA Hm Road Div Conf
Seattle 5 0 169 135 3-0 2-0 0-0 3-0
L.A. Rams 4 1 136 90 2-0 2-1 0-0 4-0
Arizona 3 2 128 102 1-1 2-1 1-0 2-2
San Francisco 2 3 124 114 0-3 2-0 0-1 1-2

OFFENSE GETS ROLLING IN NEW YORK

• The Cardinals finished Sunday’s game with a season-high 496 total net yards (369 passing, 127 rushing) and 28 first downs. It marks the seventh time Arizona reached 400+ total yards in 21 games under head coach *Kliff Kingsbury*. Arizona reached 400+ yards just once in 32 games over the two seasons combined (2017-18) prior to his arrival.
• Through the first five games, the Cardinals have piled up 1,977 total net yards on offense (1,272 passing; 705 rushing). Arizona’s 1,977 total yards represent the fifth-highest total in franchise history through the first five games of a season – and the most since the team had 2,058 total yards in 1988.

Franchise History – Most Yards Thru 5 Games

Rnk Year Yds
1 1963 2,092
2 1984 2,082
3 1988 2,058
4 1948 2,016
5 2020 1,977
• The 2020 season marks the fourth time in franchise history the Cardinals have at least 1,200 passing yards and 700 rushing yards through the first five games of a season.

Franchise History – 1,200 Pass Yards & 700 Rush Yds Thru 5 Games

Year Pass Rush Total
2020 1,272 705 1,977
1988 1,208 850 2,058
1984 1,322 760 2,082
1963 1,250 842 2,092
• The Cardinals put up 496 total yards of offense and also averaged 7.3 yards per play against the Jets. It is the second time in 21 games under Kingsbury that Arizona has posted 450+ total yards and averaged 7.0+ yards per play in a game (Week 5 at Cincinnati in 2019 – 514 yards, 7.2 ypp). In the 22 years prior to his arrival, the team had just four such performances.
• Below is a look at the Cardinals offensive rankings in 2020:

Arizona Offensive Rankings in 2020

Statistic NFL Rnk
Goal-to-Go TD Pct. (100.0) t-1st
4th Down Conv. Pct. (100.0) t-1st
Red Zone TD Pct. (81.3) 2nd
Total 1st Downs (128) 2nd
Rushing TDs (8) t-3rd
Rushing 1st Downs (46) 4th
Big Play Runs (21) 4th
Total Plays (337) 5th
Big Plays (37) t-5th
Rushing Yards/Game (141.0) 6th
Total TDs (16) t-9th
Sacks Allowed (8) t-10th
Total Yards/Game (395.4) 11th
Passing TDs (8) t-14th

CARDS REACH EIGHT STRAIGHT GAMES WITH 21+ POINTS

• Sunday’s victory over the Jets marked the eighth consecutive game the Cardinals have scored at least 21 points. Only two teams have longer active streaks than Arizona.

Consecutive Games Scoring 21+ Pts (Active)

Rnk Team Gms
1 Kansas City 16
2 New Orleans* 11
3 Arizona 8
4 Green Bay 7
5 Seattle 6
*Play on MNF in Week 5
• The Cardinals current streak of eight straight games with 21+ points is the team's longest since 2013 (8) and is tied for the fifth-longest in franchise history.

Franchise Record - Consecutive Games Scoring 21+ Pts

Rnk Year(s) Gms
1 1983-84 11
2t 2007-08 10
2t 1948-49 10
4 1975-76 9
5t 2019-20 8
5t 2013 8
5t 2008 8
• The Cardinals have scored 21+ points in 15 of 21 games under Kingsbury. Arizona scored 21+ points in an NFL-low 9 games in the two seasons prior to his arrival (2017-18).

ARIZONA GRINDS OUT 127 RUSHING YARDS AND THREE TDS AGAINST THE JETS

• The Cardinals ran for 127 yards and three TDs on 30 carries (4.2 avg.) in the win over the Jets. Arizona has now rushed for 100+ yards in all five games this season – and in 15 of 21 games under Kingsbury.
• The 2020 season marks just the third time in the last 33 years (1988-20) that the Cardinals have rushed for 100+ yards in each of the first five games of a season.
• The Cardinals three rushing TDs vs. the Jets came from three different players: QB Kyler Murray, RB Chase Edmonds and RB Kenyan Drake. Yesterday’s game marked the first time since 12/20/09 vs. Detroit (RBs Tim Hightower and Beanie Wells and WR Anquan Boldin) that the Cardinals had three different players score a rushing TD in a game.
• Through Week 5, Arizona ranks sixth in the NFL averaging 141.0 rushing yards per game in 2020.

NFL Leaders – Rushing Yards/Game (2020)

Rnk Team Yds/Gm Att Avg TD
1 Cleveland 188.4 172 5.5 8
2 New England 179.8 140 5.1 7
3 Baltimore 160.8 144 5.6 5
4 Minnesota 160.6 154 5.2 8
5 Green Bay 150.8 119 5.1 4
6 Arizona 141.0 148 4.8 8
7 L.A. Rams 139.6 169 4.1 9
8 Pittsburgh 138.8 122 4.6 4
9t Tennessee 129.0 102 3.8 2
9t San Francisco 129.0 128 5.0 8

DEFENSE HOLD JETS TO 10 POINTS IN 20-POINT VICTORY

• The Cardinals defense allowed season-lows in points (10), total yards (285), passing yards (162), yards per play (4.5) and average yards per pass play (4.5) against the Jets on Sunday.
• The 10 points allowed are the fewest for the Cardinals under defensive coordinator Vance Joseph. It also marked the fourth time in the last seven games Arizona’s defense has allowed 20 points or fewer. With the win on Sunday, the Cardinals improved to 3-0 this season when holding an opponent to 20 points or fewer.
• Arizona held the Jets to 4-of-13 (31%) on 3rd down conversion attempts and 0-of-2 on 4th down attempts on Sunday. The Cardinals also held the Jets to just one TD on three red zone possessions and kept them out of the end zone in their only goal-to-goal possession.
• Below is a look at the Cardinals defensive rankings in 2020:

Arizona Defensive Rankings in 2020

Statistic NFL Rnk
Goal-to-Go TD Pct. (40.0) 1st
Red Zone TD Pct. (42.9) t-2nd
3rd Down Pct. (35.6) 4th
Points Allowed/Game (20.4) 5th
Passing Yards/Game (222.4) 5th
Rushing TDs Allowed (3) t-5th
Points/Drive Allowed (1.92) 7th
Sacks (14.0) t-7th
Tackles for Loss (24) t-7th
Total TDs Allowed (11) t-8th
QB Hits (29) t-9th
Total Net Yards/Game (346.6) 10th
• With LB Dennis Gardeck (2.0) and S Budda Baker recording their first sack of the season on Sunday, the Cardinals now have had nine different players post at least 1.0 sack in 2020. Baltimore (11) is the only team who has more players with at least 1.0 sack this season.

HOPKINS CONTINUES TO SHINE IN RECORD-BREAKING START WITH ARIZONA

• After catching six passes for 131 yards and a TD in yesterday’s win over the Jets, WR DeAndre Hopkins continues his record-breaking debut season with the Cardinals. Through five games, Hopkins has 45 receptions for 528 yards and two TDs.
Hopkins leads the NFL in receptions, receiving yards and first down receptions in 2020.

NFL Leaders – Receptions (2020) NFL Leaders – Receiving Yards (2020)

Rnk Player (Team) Rec Rnk Player (Team) Yds
1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 45 1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 528
2 Amari Cooper (Dal) 39 2 D.K. Metcalf (Sea) 496
3 Robby Anderson (Car) 36 3 Robby Anderson (Car) 489
4 Allen Robinson (Chi) 35 4 Calvin Ridley (Atl) 485
5 Darren Waller (LV) 34 5 CeeDee Lamb (Dal) 433

NFL Leaders – 1st Down Receptions (2020)

Rnk Player (Team) 1st
1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 29
2t Tyler Boyd (Cin) 25
2t Calvin Ridley (Atl) 25
4 Amari Cooper (Dal) 23
5t Terry McLaurin (Was) 22
5t Travis Kelce (KC) 22
• Only three players in NFL history had more receptions through the first five games of a season than Hopkins has in 2020.

NFL Record – Receptions in 1st 5 Games of a Season

Rnk Player (Team) Rec Year
1t Adam Thielen (Min) 47 2018
1t T.J. Houshmandzadeh (Cin) 47 2007
3 Michael Thomas (NO) 46 2018
4t DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 45 2020
4t Michael Thomas (NO) 45 2019
4t Wes Welker (NE) 45 2011
• Hopkins’ 45 catches set an NFL record for most receptions in a player’s first five games with a team. The previous record of 42 was set by Eric Metcalf (Atlanta) in 1995.

NFL Record – Receptions in 1st 5 Games with a Team

Rnk Player (Team) Rec Year
1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 45 2020
2 Eric Metcalf (Atl) 42 1995
3 Terance Mathis (Atl) 40 1994
4 Andre Rison (Atl) 38 1990
5t Brandon Marshall (Mia) 37 2010
5t Brandon Marshall (NYJ) 37 2015
• Hopkins (45) also established a franchise record for receptions in the first five games of a season. J.T. Smith (44 in 1989) held the previous mark.

Franchise Record – Receptions in 1st 5 Games of Season

Rnk Player (Year) Rec
1 DeAndre Hopkins (2020) 45
2 J.T. Smith (1989) 44
3t Larry Fitzgerald (2005) 36
3t Anquan Boldin (2005) 36
5t Larry Fitzgerald (2009) 35
5t Larry Centers (1996) 35
• Hopkins has 528 receiving yards in 2020. Only two players in franchise history had more receiving yards through the first five games of a season.

Franchise Record – Receiving Yards in 1st 5 Games of Season

Rnk Player (Year) Yds
1 J.T. Smith (1989) 549
2 Anquan Boldin (2005) 547
3 DeAndre Hopkins (2020) 528
4 Larry Fitzgerald (2005) 504
5 Anquan Boldin (2003) 497
Sunday’s game marked Hopkins’ third with 130+ receiving yards this season. He is the first player in Cardinals history with at least three games of 130+ receiving yards in the first five games of a season. He joins Julio Jones (3 in 2015 with Atlanta) and Jimmy Graham (3 in 2013 with New Orleans) as the only players in the last 11 seasons to accomplish the feat.
• Following his 131-yard performance against the Jets, Hopkins now has 9,130 receiving yards for his career. Only three players in NFL history reached 9,000 receiving yards at a younger age than Hopkins (28 years, 127 days).

NFL History – Youngest Players to Reach 9,000 Receiving Yards

Player Age Years
Randy Moss 27 years, 310 days 1998-04
Calvin Johnson 28 years, 56 days 2007-13
Larry Fitzgerald 28 years, 81 days 2004-11
DeAndre Hopkins 28 years, 127 days 2013-20
Julio Jones 28 years, 326 days 2011-17
• Hopkins now has five-or-more receptions in 23 consecutive games played. In NFL history, Hopkins and Antonio Brown (36 straight) are the only players with 5+ receptions in at least 23 consecutive games.

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

Rnk Player (Team) Gms Years
1 Antonio Brown (Pit) 36 2013-15
2 DeAndre Hopkins (Hou/AZ) 23* 2018-20
3t Michael Thomas (NO) 20 2018-19
3t Jarvis Landry (Mia/Cle) 20 2017-18
5 Laveranues Coles (NYJ/Was) 19 2002-03
*Active Streak
• Hopkins has at least one reception in all 115 games played in his career. His streak of 115 consecutive games with a catch is the fourth-longest active streak in the NFL.

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

Rnk Player (Team) Gms Date Streak Started
1 Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 248 Nov. 7, 2004
2 Julio Jones (Atl) 121 Dec. 4, 2011
3 Golden Tate (NYG) 119 Oct. 28, 2012
4 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 115 Sept. 9, 2013
5t Travis Kelce (KC) 100 Sept. 7, 2014
5t Jarvis Landry (Cle) 100 Sept. 14, 2014
• Yesterday’s game marked Hopkins 33rd career 100-yard outing – and third in five games with Arizona (151 @ SF in Week 1; 137 vs. Det in Week 3). 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 (2013-20)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms
1 Julio Jones (Atl) 47
2 Antonio Brown (FA) 39
3 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 33
4 T.Y. Hilton (Ind) 28
5t Odell Beckham (Cle) 26
5t Mike Evans (TB) 26
• Dating back to 2017, Hopkins (20) and Atlanta’s Julio Jones (21) are the only players in the NFL with at least 20 games of 100+ receiving yards.
• With his 131-yard performance on Sunday, Hopkins has gone over 100 yards receiving in all three career games against the Jets. In those three games, he had 419 yards and five TDs on 21 receptions.

Hopkins Career vs. the Jets

Date Rec Yds Avg. TD (Dist)
10/11/20 @ NYJ 6 131 21.8 1 (37)
12/15/18 @ NYJ 10 170 17.0 2 (45, 14)
11/22/15 vs. NYJ 5 118 23.6 2 (61, 20)
Totals 21 419 19.9 5
• Combined with his 116 yards against the Giants in 2014, Hopkins now has 100+ receiving yards in all three games he has played at MetLife Stadium (2 vs. Jets; 1 vs. the Giants)

Hopkins Career Games at MetLife Stadium

Date Rec Yds Avg. TD (Dist)
10/11/20 @ NYJ 6 131 21.8 1 (37)
12/15/18 @ NYJ 10 170 17.0 2 (45, 14)
9/21/14 vs. NYG 6 116 19.3 0
Totals 22 417 18.9 3

MURRAY THROWS FOR CAREER-HIGH 380 YARDS IN WIN OVER JETS

• In Sunday’s win over the Jets, QB Kyler Murray completed 27-of-37 pass attempts (72.9%) for a career-high 380 yards, a TD and a passer rating of 103.4. He also rushed for 31 yards and a TD on nine carries.
• Murray’s 380 passing yards on Sunday represent the highest total for a Cardinals QB since Carson Palmer threw for 421 yards on 10/18/15 at Pittsburgh. It was the most passing yards by a Cardinals QB in a win since Palmer threw for 419 yards in a 27-14 victory at Jacksonville on 11/17/13.
• With his 380 passing yards on Sunday, Murray surpassed 5,000 career passing yards (5,021). Combined with his 840 career rushing yards, Murray now joins Cam Newton (5,205 passing yards; 915 rushing yards) as the only players in NFL history with 5,000+ passing yards and 800+ rushing yards in their first 21 career starts.
• Through five games, Murray has completed 128-of-181 pass attempts for 1,299 yards and 8 TDs, while also rushing for 296 yards and five TDs on 41 carries. He joins Cam Newton (2011) and Kordell Stewart (1997) as the only players in NFL history with at least five passing and five rushing TDs through the first five games of a season.

NFL History – Players w/ 5 Pass & 5 Rush TDs Thru 5 Games

Year Player (Team) Pass Rush
2020 Kyler Murray (AZ) 8 5
2011 Cam Newton (Car) 7 5
1997 Kordell Stewart (Pit) 7 6
• After throwing for a career-high 380 yards against the Jets on Sunday, Murray now has six career 300-yard outings. No other QB in franchise history had more than four games with 300+ passing yards in their first two NFL seasons.

Franchise Record – Games w/ 300+ Passing Yards in 1st 2 Seasons

Rnk Player (Years) Gms
1 Kyler Murray (2019-20) 6
2 Jake Plummer (1997-98) 4
3 Charley Johnson (1962-63) 3
4t Ryan Lindley (2012-14) 2
4t John Skelton (2011-12) 2
4t Timm Rosenbach (1989-90) 2
4t Jim Hart (1966-67) 2
Yesterday’s game was Murray’s fifth with both a passing and rushing TD, including his fourth such performance in five games this season. Only four players in franchise history had more games with both a passing and rushing TD in their career than Murray has in his first 21 career games.

Franchise Record – Games w/ Rush & Pass TD (Career)

Rnk Player (Years) Gms
1 Jim Hart (1966-83) 11
2 Ernie Nevers (1929-31) 8
3 Charley Johnson (1961-69) 7
4 Paul Christman (1945-49) 6
5t Kyler Murray (2019-20) 5
5t Jake Plummer (1997-02) 5
5t Charley Trippi (1947-55) 5
• Murray (4) joins Jim Hart (5 in 1968) as the only players in franchise history with at least four such games in a season.
• In just five games, Murray (5) has surpassed the number of rushing TDs he had in 16 games last season (4). Jim Hart (6 in 1968) is the only QB in franchise history who had more rushing TDs in a season than Murray has through five games in 2020.

Franchise Record – Rushing TDs by Quarterback (Season)

Rnk Player (Year) TDs Gms
1 Jim Hart (1968) 6 13
2t Kyler Murray (2020) 5 5
2t King Hill (1959) 5 11
2t Lamar McHan (1956) 5 12
5t Kyler Murray (2019) 4 16
5t Jake Plummer (1998) 4 16
5t Charley Trippi (1952) 4 11
5t Charley Trippi (1951) 4 12
5t Arnie Horween (1922) 4 11
• Murray’s 37-yard TD pass to DeAndre Hopkins in the fourth quarter was his 28th career TD pass. He now needs just five more to pass Jake Plummer (32) for the most in franchise history by a player in his first two seasons.

Franchise Record – TD Passes in 1st 2 NFL Seasons

Rnk Player (Years) TDs
1 Jake Plummer (1997-98) 32
2 Kyler Murray (2019-20) 28
3 Jim Hart (1966-67) 19
4 Paul Christman (1945-46) 18
5 Lamar McHan (1954-55) 17
On the Cardinals five scoring drives on Sunday, Murray completed 18-of-22 pass attempts (81.8%) for 290 yards and a TD while also rushing for 33 yards and a TD on five carries.

Murray Statistics on 5 Cardinals Scoring Drives

Drive Statistics
1. 4-4 for 41 yards; 1 rush for 16 yards
2. 3-5 for 57 yards; 3 rush for 15 yards and TD
3. 4-5 for 52 yards
4. 4-4 for 48 yards
5. 3-4 for 92 yards and a TD; 1 rush for 2 yards

FITZGERALD PLAYS IN 255TH CAREER GAME

• WR Larry Fitzgerald caught four passes for 35 yards against the Jets on Sunday while playing in his 255th career game. In NFL history, only eight players have appeared in more games with a single team. The only offensive players in NFL history to appear in more games with a single team are OL Bruce Matthews (296 w/Titans), QB Tom Brady (285 w/Patriots) and OL Jackie Slater (259 w/ Rams).

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 LS David Binn (SD) 256
9t WR Larry Fitzgerald (AZ)* 255
9t QB Brett Favre (GB) 255
9t TE Jason Witten (Dal)* 255
*Active Player
• The win over the Jets also represented Fitzgerald’s 89th 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 starting streak among offensive players in the NFL.

NFL Leaders – Consecutive Starts by Offensive Players (Active)

Rnk Player (Team) Starts
1 QB Philip Rivers (Ind) 229
2t T Mitchell Schwartz (KC) 133
2t QB Russell Wilson (Sea) 133
4 T Jake Matthews (Atl) 99
5 C Jason Kelce (Phi) 94
6 WR Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 89
7 TE Kyle Rudolph (Min) 86
8t C Alex Mack (Atl) 85
8t T Morgan Moses (Was) 85
10 QB Dak Prescott (Dal) 69
• After catching four passes against the Jets, Fitzgerald now has at least one reception in 248 consecutive games, the second-longest streak in NFL history behind Jerry Rice (274 straight). Fitzgerald’s streak of 248 consecutive games with a catch is the longest in NFL history with a single team. Fitzgerald has at least one reception in 254 of 255 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-) 248 11/7/04 – 10/11/20 15 years, 11 months, 4 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 248 consecutive games with a reception is more than twice as long as the second-place total: Julio Jones (121 games).

EDMONDS WITH ANOTHER BIG PERFORMANCE AT METLIFE STADIUM

• After becoming just the sixth player in NFL history with three TD runs of 20+ yards in a single game in the Cardinals Week 7 victory over the Giants at MetLife Stadium last season, RB Chase Edmonds broke off yet another long TD run against the Jets on Sunday. The third-year back scored the first TD of the game on a 29-yard run in the first quarter.
• Combined with his three rushing TDs (20, 20 and 22 yards) against the Giants in Week 7 last season, Edmonds now has four TDs in two career games at MetLife Stadium. Edmonds has 6 TDs in 32 career games played away from MetLife Stadium.
• Edmonds’ 29-yard TD run in the first quarter on Sunday was his fifth career TD run of 20+ yards. Only three players in franchise history had more TD runs of 20+ yards in their career than Edmonds.

Franchise Record – TD Runs of 20+ Yards

Rnk Player (Years) TD
1 Ottis Anderson (1979-86) 7
2 Elmer Angsman (1946-52) 6
3 Ollie Matson (1952-58) 6
4t Chase Edmonds (2018-20) 5
4t John David Crow (1958-64) 5
4t Terry Metcalf (1973-77) 5
Edmonds five TD runs of 20+ yards over the last two seasons (2019-20) are the most in the NFL.

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

Rnk Player (Team) TD
1 Chase Edmonds (AZ) 5
2 Christian McCaffrey (Car) 4
3t Kyler Murray (AZ) 3
3t Saquon Barkley (NYG) 3
3t Nick Chubb (Cle) 3
3t Derrick Henry (Ten) 3
3t Lamar Jackson (Bal) 3
3t Aaron Jones (GB) 3
3t Raheem Mostert (SF) 3
• Edmonds finished Sunday’s game with 92 total scrimmage yards (56 receiving, 36 rushing) and a TD on eight touches. His 56 receiving yards set a career high.

GARDECK GETS TWO SACKS IN FIRST DEFENSIVE ACTION OF HIS CAREER

• Playing the first defensive snaps of his career, LB Dennis Gardeck – a special teams captain and standout who signed with the Cardinals as a rookie free agent out of the University of Sioux Falls in 2018 – recorded his first career sack when he took down Jets QB Joe Flacco for a nine-yard loss in the second quarter. It was Gardeck’s first sack since his senior year at Sioux Falls when he took down Augustana QB Gage McClanahan for a one-yard loss on 10/28/17.
• Gardeck added a second sack in the fourth quarter. With 2.0 sacks against the Jets, Gardeck now joins Chandler Jones (4x) and Terrell Suggs (1x) as the only Cardinals defenders in the last two seasons (2019-20) to record at least 2.0 sacks in a game.
• Gardeck finished with 2.0 sacks in just 10 defensive snaps against the Jets.

DRAKE SCORES AGAIN – NOW WITH 10 RUSHING TDS IN 13 GAMES WITH CARDINALS

• RB Kenyan Drake finished Sunday’s game with 60 rushing yards on 18 attempts and scored his second TD of the season on a one-yard run in the third quarter. It was Drake’s 10th rushing TD in 13 games played with Arizona. He now has nine rushing TDs in his last eight games.
• Drake has more rushing TDs in 13 games with Arizona (10) than he had in 54 games with Miami (9).
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2020.10.09 14:55 PeasePorridge9dOld Community Mock Off-Season Update

With the amount of questions coming in, I'm putting this post here so that we can have a centralized point for announcements of dates as they become available.
We will have a pdf with the rules and processes for the Mock Off-Season for the community by the Start Date when determined.
End of NBA Finals: TBD (Game 5 on 10/9/2020)
Start Date of Community Mock Off-Season: TBD (Days after NBA Finals)
Date of Mock Draft: TBD (Weekend after start of Mock Off-Season)
Date of Free Agent: TBD (After Draft)
Date of Mock Off-Season Conclusion: TBD (Within a week of Free Agency)

GM Table:
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Boston Celtics u/Jlfranze
Brooklyn Nets u/mikky416
Charlotte Hornets u/236idontknow
Chicago Bulls u/chitown_nation
Cleveland Cavs u/Kreture06
Dallas Mavs u/midnyte007
Denver Nuggets u/bailey1149
Detroit Pistons u/youplayed
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2020.10.02 19:57 cheeseburgertwd MetLife Stadium has been the site of 8% of NFL games and 16% of lower-body NFL injuries this year

Edit - This guy's smarter than me, my initial math was off and it's 14% not 16%, also he makes some other good points that deserve reading. Still that turf sucks big time though amirite
Total games so far this year = 3 weeks * 16 matchups per week + last night's TNF = 49 games, 4 of which hosted by the Jets or Giants. (8.16%)
I found 70 lower-body injuries on Roto (that occurred during the season, not pre-season) and counted 10 that happened during those Jets/Giants games. (14.28%)
That leaves a baseline average of about 3% of remaining injuries for each of the other 29 stadiums in the league.
Here's the list of injuries I used. I had to compile it semi-manually so I'm sure I must have missed some things but it ought to be a reasonable sample size. Bolded lines were MetLife games.
Team Name Date Injury
Pittsburgh Zach Banner 9/13/2020 Knee
NY Jets Connor McGovern 9/20/2020 Hamstring
San Francisco Nick Bosa 9/20/2020 ACL
San Francisco Solomon Thomas 9/20/2020 ACL
San Francisco Jimmy Garoppolo 9/20/2020 Ankle
San Francisco Tevin Coleman 9/20/2020 Knee
San Francisco Raheem Mostert 9/20/2020 MCL
Denver KJ Hamler 10/1/2020 Hamstring
NY Jets Blessuan Austin 10/1/2020 Calf
NY Jets Lawrence Cager 10/1/2020 Hamstring
Dallas Blake Jarwin 9/13/2020 Knee
Denver Phillip Lindsay 9/13/2020 Toe
Detroit Jeffrey Okudah 9/13/2020 Hamstring
Detroit Justin Coleman 9/13/2020 Hamstring
Green Bay Kenny Clark 9/13/2020 Groin
Green Bay Lane Taylor 9/13/2020 Knee
Indianapolis Marlon Mack 9/13/2020 Ankle
NY Jets Le'Veon Bell 9/13/2020 Hamstring
San Francisco Brandon Aiyuk 9/13/2020 Hamstring
Cleveland David Njoku 9/14/2020 Knee
Philadelphia Vinny Curry 9/14/2020 Hamstring
Tennessee Adoree' Jackson 9/14/2020 Knee
Carolina Kawann Short 9/15/2020 Foot
Detroit Joe Dahl 9/15/2020 Groin
Detroit Desmond Trufant 9/15/2020 Hamstring
Indianapolis Michael Pittman 9/15/2020 Calf
Cincinatti C.J. Uzomah 9/17/2020 Achilles
Tennessee A.J. Brown 9/17/2020 Knee
Green Bay Equanimeous St. Brown 9/19/2020 Knee
Arizona Maxx Williams 9/20/2020 Ankle
Baltimore Tavon Young 9/20/2020 Knee
Carolina Christian McCaffrey 9/20/2020 Ankle
Denver Courtland Sutton 9/20/2020 Knee
Denver Dre'Mont Jones 9/20/2020 Knee
Houston Duke Johnson 9/20/2020 Ankle
Indianapolis Malik Hooker 9/20/2020 Achilles
Jacksonville Brandon Linder 9/20/2020 Knee
Miami Byron Jones 9/20/2020 Groin
NY Giants Saquon Barkley 9/20/2020 Knee
NY Giants Sterling Shepard 9/20/2020 Toe
Philadelphia Isaac Seumalo 9/20/2020 Knee
Seattle Bruce Irvin 9/20/2020 Knee
Washington Brandon Scherff 9/20/2020 Knee
Seattle Marquise Blair 9/22/2020 Knee
LA Rams Joseph Noteboom 9/24/2020 Calf
Minnesota Troy Dye 9/24/2020 Foot
Arizona Christian Kirk 9/25/2020 Groin
Arizona Mason Cole 9/25/2020 Hamstring
Carolina Russell Okung 9/25/2020 Groin
Chicago Khalil Mack 9/25/2020 Knee
Cleveland Denzel Ward 9/25/2020 Groin
Green Bay Davante Adams 9/25/2020 Hamstring
LA Chargers Justin Jackson 9/25/2020 Quadriceps
Dallas Chidobe Awuzie 9/26/2020 Hamstring
LA Chargers Melvin Ingram 9/26/2020 Knee
New England Josh Uche 9/26/2020 Foot
Chicago Tarik Cohen 9/27/2020 Knee
LA Chargers Mike Williams 9/27/2020 Hamstring
Philadelphia Dallas Goedert 9/27/2020 Ankle
Philadelphia DeSean Jackson 9/27/2020 Hamstring
Atlanta Younghoe Koo 9/28/2020 Groin
Cleveland JoJo Natson 9/28/2020 Knee
Jacksonville Leon Jacobs 9/28/2020 Knee
LA Chargers Chris Harris 9/28/2020 Foot
Las Vegas Henry Ruggs 9/28/2020 Hamstring
Tampa Bay Chris Godwin 9/28/2020 Hamstring
Atlanta Darqueze Dennard 9/29/2020 Hamstring
Denver Elijah Wilkinson 9/29/2020 Leg
New Orleans Jared Cook 9/30/2020 Groin
Cleveland Kareem Hunt 10/1/2020 Groin
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2020.09.26 22:03 vonheisenberg Some mildly interesting game notes for Week 3

Data from STATS LLC
Washington vs. Browns
Raiders vs. Patriots
49ers vs. Giants
Texans vs. Steelers
Rams vs. Bills
Titans vs. Vikings
Bengals vs. Eagles
Bears vs. Falcons
Panthers vs. Chargers
Jets vs. Colts
Bucs vs. Broncos
Lions vs. Cardinals
Cowboys vs. Seahawks
Packers vs. Saints
Chiefs vs. Ravens
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2020.09.25 14:36 VisibleConfusion69 Open Letter to Steve Huffman and the Board of Directors of Reddit, Inc- If you believe in standing up to hate and supporting black lives, you need to act

Open Letter to Steve Huffman and the Board of Directors of Reddit, Inc – If you believe in standing up to hate and supporting black lives, you need to act
Dear Steve,
On June 1, you shared a letter on Reddit’s blog “Remember the Human – Black Lives Matter”. In this letter, you claim “as Snoos, we do not tolerate hate, racism, and violence, and while we have work to do to fight these on our platform, our values are clear.”
As of today, neither you nor any other Reddit admins have shared this letter anywhere on reddit.com. However, the response to this message was swift on Twitter, where you were rightfully labeled as hypocritical based on your long and well-recorded history of defending racism and white supremacy on this site.
Among the many responses was this message from former CEO of Reddit, Ellen Pao.
I am obligated to call you out: You should have shut down the_donald instead of amplifying it and its hate, racism, and violence. So much of what is happening now lies at your feet. You don't get to say BLM when reddit nurtures and monetizes white supremacy and hate all day long
Many others shared links and screenshots of your past statements saying “Open racism and slurs are fine to post on Reddit”.
The problem of Reddit’s leadership supporting and providing a platform for racist users and hateful communities has long been an issue. Nearly six years ago, dozens of subreddits signed the original open letter to the Reddit admins calling for action. While the Reddit admins acknowledged the letter and said it was a high priority to address this issue, extremely little has been done in the intervening years.
On June 5, you shared this update on /Announcements, Upcoming changes to our content policy, our board, and where we’re going from here. In the post, you stated that there is a need for continued adjustments of Reddit’s content policy to address racism and that this remains a priority. These continued statements that you hear us, that this is a priority, or that you are working on it are not enough. It has been five years since your return as CEO and this still remains Reddit’s most glaring problem.
Steve, if you and Reddit genuinely care about the values of standing up to racism and hate, then you need to back it up with real action. As moderators on this website who have dedicated countless hours to keeping this site running, we call on Reddit to take the following steps:
At /AgainstHateSubreddits, we have laid out the many failures of Steve time and again to stand up to white supremacy on this site time and time and time again.
With a website with the impact of Reddit on the broader conversations being held in communities around the world, this website needs real leadership and real action.
We hope that Reddit will not just share empty platitudes — but will take a meaningful stand against hate, and take these recommendations to heart.
This letter is co-signed by more than 200 300 350 430 550 650 800 communities representing well over 200 hundreds of millions of subscribers:
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2020.09.25 03:43 xylopolist The Rookie Report: Week 3 Starts & Sits

Welcome back to the Rookie Report! Hopefully your fantasy team came out of week 2 without a bunch of red letters next to players’ names. Last weekend was a bloodbath across the NFL as 4 players who may have been 1st round picks in your fantasy draft left the week with injuries (CMC, Saquon, Davante Adams & Julio Jones), along with a host of others. If your fantasy team didn’t suffer major injuries, you came out of the week in pretty good shape. Some of these injuries are going to open the door for rookies to step into bigger roles in the immediate future, and I’m here to help you sort through what to do with your rookies in week 3. Let’s dive in…
Editor's Note: This article was posted before the start of Thursday Night Football (Dolphins @ Jaguars).

Rookies to Start:

RB Jonathan Taylor, IND (Wk. 3: vs. NYJ): This one is a no-brainer. Taylor put the Colts’ offense on his back last Sunday against Minnesota, and he’s likely to do the same this week with Indy favored by double-digits. The Jets are much tougher against the run than they are against the pass, but volume alone should get Taylor where he needs to be. The Jets have allowed the 8th-most RB points per game this season. He’s a locked in RB1 this week with top-5 potential. He’ll likely be a chalk play for DFS cash games even at his $7,000 DraftKings price tag.
RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire, KC (Wk. 3: @ BAL): This is not an ideal matchup for CEH. I mention him as a guy to start because you know the volume will be there. You likely drafted him in the first round, and there really aren’t any weeks to sit your first-round pick if he’s healthy. The Ravens allowed the 6th-fewest RB points per game a season ago, and have allowed THE fewest so far in 2020. They also ranked 4th in Football Outsiders’ run defense DVOA stat in 2019 (3rd so far in 2020). Edwards-Helaire is more of a contrarian DFS play this week, but you have to run him out there in season-long leagues. Just know to temper your expectations a little bit.
RB Josh Kelley, LAC (Wk. 3: vs. Car.): Week 3 has a chance to be Kelley’s best week all year. There is no better matchup for a running back than the Carolina Panthers, and everything shapes up for Kelley to see at least 15 carries. The Panthers’ run defense is bad by any metric. They ranked dead last in Football Outsiders’ run defense DVOA stat in 2019 and rank 29th so far in 2020. They also allowed the most RB fantasy points last year, and have allowed the most so far in 2020, and they’ve been surrendering rushing touchdowns at a ridiculous rate. Carolina has allowed 18 rushing touchdowns in their last 7 games dating back to last season, including 3 in each of the first two games this year. Kelley and Ekeler split the lead back role pretty evenly in week 2, and I didn’t see anything from Kelley that makes me think that will change this week. The rookie has a very solid floor in this one and has top-12 upside if he’s able to get in the end zone. He should probably be in your lineup if you have him.
RB James Robinson, JAX (Wk. 3: vs. Mia.): Everything is setting up for a breakout for Robinson on the national stage on Thursday night. The rookie has looked great through two weeks in average matchups. He’s the RB26 so far on the season in PPR scoring, and he’s looked even better than that ranking would suggest. He’ll face off with one of the worst run defenses in the league in week 3. The Dolphins have ranked in the bottom-4 in the league in run defense DVOA both last season and so far in 2020 and have given up 5.1 yards per carry on the ground so far this season. I expect Robinson to have a bit of a coming-out party on Thursday night and think a top-15 finish for the week is very possible.
WR CeeDee Lamb, DAL (Wk. 3: @ SEA): Lamb has wasted no time showing why the Cowboys were thrilled when he fell to them in the first round of the NFL draft. He’s clearly an integral part of the offense with 15 targets in the first two weeks. The Seahawks are 2-0, but they have a burnable secondary and have given up an insane 831 passing yards through two weeks. This is a spot to get all of the Cowboys’ pass-catchers into your lineup, especially after head coach Mike McCarthy told the media he has no intention to try and milk the clock to keep the ball away from Russell Wilson. This should be the most entertaining game of the week, and CeeDee Lamb should be a solid WR2 in it.
WR Laviska Shenault, JAX (Wk. 3: vs. Mia.): Along with James Robinson, Viska may also be in line for a big night. DJ Chark has been ruled out, leaving Shenault and Keelan Cole as the top 2 receivers. You may have 3 better options than Shenault on your team and not be able to find a place in your lineup for him, but he’s going to be a huge part of the game plan. The Jaguars will move him around enough to keep him away from Xavien Howard, and with Bryon Jones out that will put him in some mismatches in his favor. Shenault is an upside WR3 on Thursday night against a Miami secondary that let Josh Allen throw for 411 yards last week.

Borderline Rookies:

QB Joe Burrow, CIN (Wk. 3: @ PHI): Burrow had a very nice fantasy day last Thursday night against the Browns, but it could’ve been even better if he hadn’t been so hell-bent on forcing the ball to AJ Green all night. The Eagles’ secondary hasn’t been great so far this year ranking 27th in pass defense DVOA, but the best member of that secondary, Darius Slay, should be shadowing Green. If Burrow can avoid tunnel vision with Green again, there is a chance at a respectable day. I wouldn’t be considering Burrow in 1-QB leagues and his outlook this week isn’t as rosy as his matchup with the Browns was, but he should be a low-end QB2 option with a very solid floor.
RB Antonio Gibson, WAS (Wk. 3: @ CLE): Gibson seems to have wrestled the starting job away from Peyton Barber in Washington, and with so many running backs injured right now you may be forced to play him. Just be aware this isn’t a great matchup and he’ll still cede some work to Barber and JD McKissic. The Washington offense as a whole isn’t a high-scoring unit and has an implied total of just 18.5 points this week. The Browns did give up two short yardage scores to JK Dobbins in week one, but have still allowed the 7th-fewest RB points per game and rank 4th in run defense DVOA. Gibson’s volume makes him an enticing flex option, but he’s far from an automatic start and not someone I would be using in DFS lineups this week.
RB D’Andre Swift, DET (Wk. 3: @ ARI): What a difference a week makes for the Lions’ backfield usage. In week one with the Lions leading most of the day, Adrian Peterson touched the ball 17 times while Swift handled just 6 touches. In week 2 with the team trailing Green Bay for most of the game, Swift out-touched Peterson 10-to-7. The key for Swift is that he’s been heavily involved in the passing game with 8 receptions on 10 targets through 2 weeks. The Lions are a 5.5-point underdog this week, so the usage should slant in Swift’s direction again, and Arizona has allowed scores each of the last two weeks to backs with similar skill-sets to Swift (Jerick McKinnon & Antonio Gibson). Swift is in play as a PPR flex option in a game where Detroit has an implied total of 24.5.
WR Jerry Jeudy, DEN (Wk. 3: vs. TB): The injury to Courtland Sutton moves Jeudy up to the top of the Broncos’ WR depth chart, and thanks to how much time he spends in the slot he’ll be able to avoid Tampa’s top CB Carlton Davis for most of this game. Jeudy lines up in the slot on about two-thirds of his snaps. No team allowed more points to opposing wide receivers than Tampa a year ago, and they allowed DJ Moore and Robby Anderson to each top 100 yards last week. Jeudy should be in line to see 7+ targets this week and is very much in the WR3 conversation in all formats.
WR Michael Pittman Jr., IND (Wk. 3: vs. NYJ): Pittman stands to be the biggest beneficiary of Parris Campbell’s trip to the IR. His snap share rose from 53% in week 1 up to 92% in week 2 with Campbell going down on his first touch of the game. Pittman should continue to be a full-time player at least until Campbell returns. This game figures to be a blowout where Indy will lean on Jonathan Taylor and the run game, but Pittman was targeted 6 times in a game that went that way last week. The Colts have an implied total of 27 points, and dating back to the start of last season, 66% of the offensive TDs the Jets have allowed have been through the air. At 6’4”, Pittman figures to be a factor in the red zone. If he gets 6+ targets in this one, he’ll have a great chance at finishing among the top-40 WRs and should outproduce his $4,000 price tag in DraftKings.

Rookies to Sit:

QB Justin Herbert, LAC (Wk. 3: vs. Car.): I think it’s very likely that Herbert has a better real game than fantasy game this week. As I laid out with Josh Kelley above, Carolina has been absolutely shredded on the ground since the start of last season, especially in the red zone. I’d expect a lot of Austin Ekeler and Josh Kelley in this game. The Chargers are a 6.5-point favorite in this one and Christian McCaffrey, the engine of the Panthers’ offense, is sidelined. It feels like the most likely outcome is that the Chargers get out in front and stay there. I’d probably view Herbert as no more than a low-end QB2 this week due to limited passing volume.
RB Zack Moss, BUF (Wk. 3: vs. LAR): In a typical week with so many top running backs out, I’d be telling you to consider a guy like Moss as a flex option. He’s seeing plenty of red zone usage on a surprisingly potent Bills offense that has an implied total of 25 points this week. Unfortunately, he’s also dealing with a toe injury that has him not practicing yet as of Thursday. I think even if Moss plays he’ll be less effective than usual. The Rams are not a run defense to be afraid of, but I’d lean against starting Moss this week even if he is able to suit up. He’ll probably need to find the end zone to return any value.
RB JK Dobbins, BAL (Wk. 3: vs. KC): I fell for the trap on Dobbins a little bit after his week 1 breakout game. I already believed in his talent coming into the season, but week 1 made me believe he’ll get enough usage to be start-able in fantasy. Week 2 threw a bit of a wet blanket on that. The snap share wasn’t drastically different from week 1 to 2, but the touches were. Dobbins handled 7 carries in week 1 including 2 carries from the 2-yard line that he cashed in for scores, but in week 2 he touched the ball just 3 times. He managed to avoid a complete dud of a week by breaking off a 44-yard run to set up kneel downs at the end of the game. Mark Ingram & Gus Edwards combined for 4 red zone carries to Dobbins’ zero in week 2. The Ravens have one of the highest implied totals of the week at 28.5, but if you play Dobbins you’re counting on him getting in the end zone. I’d avoid starting him this week unless you’re in a tough spot due to injuries. He could be a reasonable fall-back flex option if you’re waiting on a player like Davante Adams for Sunday night or Sammy Watkins Monday, but Tre’Quan Smith and Mecole Hardman are guys that are probably available in your leagues that I would prefer in those situations.
RB Cam Akers, LAR (Wk. 3: @ BUF): Akers seems like to a long-shot to play this week, and I’d expect that if he does suit up he’ll be mainly there as insurance in case something happens to Darrell Henderson. I’d expect Henderson to handle the bulk of the work. The Bills aren’t an impenetrable run defense, but they aren’t one to target either, allowing the 12th fewest RB points per game so far this year (14th-fewest last year).
WRs Henry Ruggs & Bryan Edwards, LV (Wk. 3: @ NE): Ruggs and Edwards failed to do much last Monday in a game where the Raiders offense dominated possession, and this week they’ll face a Patriots’ secondary that is among the best in the league. Don’t be fooled by what the Seahawks did to them last week. Derek Carr continued to effectively lead his ‘death by a thousand paper cuts’ offense, dinking-and-dunking to Darren Waller and his running backs, and handing the ball to Josh Jacobs. The Patriots biggest personnel losses due to COVID opt-outs and players changing teams last offseason were in the defensive front 7. That’s the part of the defense that I’d expect the Raiders to attack. If Josh Jacobs sits, things get a little more interesting (he was held out of practice Thursday), but neither Ruggs nor Edwards would be more than a desperation flex play. I’d prefer Ruggs to Edwards this week if I had to choose one.
WR Justin Jefferson, MIN (Wk. 3: vs. Ten.): Jefferson has been on the field quite a bit in the first two weeks of the season, but the Vikings’ passing game has been a low-volume attack that runs through Adam Thielen. A third of all of Minnesota’s targets have gone to Thielen while Jefferson has been targeted just 6 times at an average depth of 8.8 yards downfield. Offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak talked about wanting to do a better job of getting the ball in his hands this week, but at that same presser said they need to run the football more. The Vikings already rank 31st in the league in pass attempts DESPITE playing from behind on 79 of their 96 offensive snaps so far this year…and Kubiak wants to run more. The matchup isn’t terrible for Jefferson this week on paper. On any snaps in the slot he should be lining up against 7th-round rookie corner Chris Jackson (PFF grade of just 27.2 through two weeks), but the Minnesota passing game is fundamentally broken right now. I wouldn’t look at Jefferson as anything other than a low-priced DFS dart throw in a limited slate tournament.
WR Chase Claypool, PIT (Wk. 3: vs. Hou.): Claypool’s final stat line in week 2 was impressive, finishing with 17.8 PPR points, but almost all of it came on one long TD catch. Outside of an 84-yard score, he had just 2 catches for 4 yards and played a total of just 24 snaps. It’s clear the Steelers are trying to get him involved and are drawing up a couple of shot plays for him each week, but his limited playing time makes him a risky weekly option. Houston has been a bottom-10 pass defense in terms of DVOA since the start of last season and gave up 12 pass plays of 40+ yards in 2019 (T-7th most in the league) but they haven’t given one up yet in 2020. Claypool is best left to DFS tournaments this week. The weekly floor is going to be below 5 PPR points until he moves up in the depth chart.
WR Van Jefferson, LAR (Wk. 3: @ BUF): Jefferson split the Rams’ WR3 snaps almost evenly with Josh Reynolds in week 1, but in week 2 he was out-snapped 42-to-26. That didn’t stop him from outproducing Reynolds with a 4-45 line on 5 targets (Reynolds went 2-33 on 2). Some of that target volume was undoubtedly the result of Robert Woods facing off with Darius Slay (Woods was targeted just 5 times), and although Woods gets another tough matchup this week in Tre’Davious White, it’ll be tough to rely on Jefferson unless he fully takes over the WR3 role. Jefferson doesn’t have a picnic of a matchup himself facing off with Levi Wallace, who was Pro Football Focus’s highest graded rookie cornerback a year ago. Cooper Kupp and Tyler Higbee are the Rams’ pass-catchers to target this week.
WR Brandon Aiyuk, SF (Wk. 3: @ NYG): Aiyuk’s debut was mostly inauspicious. He played 72% of the team’s snaps but was targeted just 3 times and finished with 2 catches for 21 yards. The offense will look a bit different this week with Nick Mullens under center and the combo of Jerick McKinnon and Jeffrey Wilson Jr. splitting the backfield duties. George Kittle could be out again as well. I’d look for the Niners to have a conservative game plan, but it’s hard to know exactly what that will look like. I’d probably avoid any 49ers for your lineups this week aside from Kittle (if he plays), Jordan Reed (if Kittle doesn’t play), and the two running backs I mentioned. You can’t trust Aiyuk to have a useful fantasy day based on what we saw last week.
WR Gabriel Davis, BUF (Wk. 3: vs. LAR): Davis is playing more snaps than you would expect for a number 4 wide receiver, but it isn’t translating to targets yet. Josh Allen has thrown the ball 81 times for 729 yards and 6 scores through two weeks, but Davis has seen just 3 of those targets and turned them into 3-22-1. The matchup this week should involve Jalen Ramsey following Stefon Diggs all over the field, so it could result in a little bit more volume for everyone else, but it would take a pretty sizable bump in volume to make Davis anything more than a TD dart throw. He remains a guy worth stashing in dynasty leagues though.
WR John Hightower, PHI (Wk. 3: vs. Cin.): With the news that Jalen Reagor has a torn ligament in his thumb Wednesday, Hightower is once again worth mentioning this week. He played 40% of the snaps in week 1 with everyone healthy, but that was with both Reagor and DeSean Jackson being limited to little more than half of the offensive snaps each. Week 2 saw Jackson and Reagor both function as closer to full-time players and the rest of the receiver group fighting for scraps. With Reagor sidelined, I expect to still see a lot of Jackson, and aside from him a mix of JJ Arcega-Whiteside, Greg Ward & Hightower. With the Bengals likely to be without Geno Atkins & Mike Daniels at DT, look for Philly to play a lot of 2-TE sets and run the ball a ton. They’ll be eager to take a bit of the load off of Carson Wentz given how he’s played the first two weeks. For Hightower to return value this week, he’ll probably have to catch a deep ball or two, but his average target depth in week 1 was just 8 yards. I’d avoid him even as a bargain basement DFS play.
WR Quintez Cephus, DET (Wk. 3: @ ARI): Kenny Golladay practiced in full on Wednesday and should be good to go for this weekend’s tilt with the Cardinals. Cephus has been on the field more than 70% of the Lions’ snaps with Golladay out the first two weeks, but that number is going to drop drastically this week assuming Kenny G returns. Cephus has lined up in the slot on just 9 snaps. Danny Amendola will continue to serve as the team’s slot receiver with Golladay and Marvin Jones on the outside. Quintez will likely only see a handful of snaps and should be left out of any fantasy lineups this week.
TE Harrison Bryant, CLE (Wk. 3: vs. Was.): Bryant was on the field for more than 50% of the Browns’ offensive snaps last week and gets to face a Washington team that has allowed the 8th-most tight end points per game so far, but he just isn’t seeing the ball come his way enough to be useful. He’ll do just enough to be annoying to people starting Austin Hooper. The Browns’ offense is too run-heavy right now to be targeting either tight end for fantasy.
TE Cole Kmet, CHI (Wk. 3: @ ATL): I’m sure you already know better on this one, but I wanted to make sure you know to not get cute just because the Falcons couldn’t defend Dalton Schultz last Sunday. Kmet is still the Bears #3 tight end, and he should be nowhere near your fantasy lineups.

Deep League Sleepers, Stashes, & Cheap DFS Options:

RB JaMycal Hasty, SF (Wk. 3: @ NYG): Don’t throw Hasty into your lineups for week 3, but he’s an interesting guy to possibly scoop up in dynasty leagues with the injuries to Raheem Mostert and Tevin Coleman. Hasty is likely to be promoted from the practice squad for this game, and I’d expect him to see at least a few touches. If he manages to impress with those touches he could ascend the depth chart quickly and possibly have a useful week or two in this very running back-friendly offense. He’s a shifty back that can be more dynamic than Jeff Wilson. He’s a player to monitor in deep dynasty leagues if he gets the call-up.
WR Tee Higgins, CIN (Wk. 3: @ PHI): Higgins saw a huge jump in playing time in week 2 with Auden Tate a surprising healthy scratch. I’d expect that to be the case again this week, and he’ll get the most favorable matchup of the receivers. Tyler Boyd will get Nickell Robey-Coleman in the slot, and AJ Green is likely to face off with Darius Slay. Higgins meanwhile will tangle with Avante Maddox. Higgins posted 3-35 on 6 targets last week, and so long as Burrow doesn’t have tunnel vision for AJ Green again, I expect the rookie to exceed that easily. He costs just $3,900 on DraftKings.
WR KJ Hamler, DEN (Wk. 3: vs. TB): With the news that Courtland Sutton is out for the season, Hamler suddenly finds himself to be a much bigger part of Denver’s plans. He was an explosive playmaker in college, and new QB Jeff Driskel has shown flashes of Ryan Fitzpatrick’s YOLO style back when he was in Detroit. This week isn’t an ideal matchup for Hamler since he will likely see a lot of ascending star CB Carlton Davis (Jerry Jeudy has worked mostly from the slot and is likely to avoid Davis), but Driskel targeted Hamler 7 times last week after coming on in relief of Lock. Driskel averaged 8.2 intended yards per attempt last year, which would’ve put him in the top half of all QBs if he played enough to qualify, and he was at 12.4 intended yards per attempt on Sunday. Hamler is a bit of a shoot the moon option this week as a minimum-priced WR on DraftKings. He also shouldn’t be on your league’s waiver wire in 12-team leagues.
WR Darnell Mooney, CHI (Wk. 3: @ ATL): Mooney’s impressive week 1 performance did in fact lead to more playing time in week 2. The Bears were comfortable enough with Mooney that they made Ted Ginn a healthy scratch for week 2 and let Mooney play 60% of the offensive snaps. Atlanta is an inviting matchup for receivers. Both Atlanta games this season have turned into shootouts with over 700 yards of combined passing offense in each. I don’t know that Chicago has the firepower to make that 3 in a row, but I like Mooney’s chances at a surprisingly solid week. I’d expect him to have a season-high in catches and yards, and he’s a sneaky flex option for deep leagues and costs the minimum in DraftKings.

That’s all I’ve got for this week. Hopefully it helps you make some of your tougher lineup decisions involving rookies. It’ll be especially important this week to keep an eye on the injury report. There are a lot of statuses still up in the air as of this writing. Make sure you’re vigilant enough that you don’t start any inactive players, and make sure that whoever you put in your flex spot is the player in your lineup who plays the latest game of the week at his position. You don’t want to stuck without a fallback if a player is a last minute scratch like Tyrod Tylor or James White (condolences to him and his family this week). Feel free to hit me up on Twitter if you have any questions or want to yell at me about anything written above (@Shawn_Foss). As always: Good luck, trust your gut, and have fun. It’s just a game. Original article from drinkfive.com.
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2020.09.24 06:28 memesandcommunism LETTER TO REDDIT CEO

Open Letter to Steve Huffman and the Board of Directors of Reddit, Inc– If you believe in standing up to hate and supporting black lives, you need to act
Open Letter to Steve Huffman and the Board of Directors of Reddit, Inc – If you believe in standing up to hate and supporting black lives, you need to act
Dear Steve,
On June 1, you shared a letter on Reddit’s blog “Remember the Human – Black Lives Matter”. In this letter, you claim “as Snoos, we do not tolerate hate, racism, and violence, and while we have work to do to fight these on our platform, our values are clear.”
As of today, neither you nor any other Reddit admins have shared this letter anywhere on reddit.com. However, the response to this message was swift on Twitter, where you were rightfully labeled as hypocritical based on your long and well-recorded history of defending racism and white supremacy on this site.
Among the many responses was this message from former CEO of Reddit, Ellen Pao.
I am obligated to call you out: You should have shut down the_donald instead of amplifying it and its hate, racism, and violence. So much of what is happening now lies at your feet. You don't get to say BLM when reddit nurtures and monetizes white supremacy and hate all day long
Many others shared links and screenshots of your past statements saying “Open racism and slurs are fine to post on Reddit”.
The problem of Reddit’s leadership supporting and providing a platform for racist users and hateful communities has long been an issue. Nearly six years ago, dozens of subreddits signed the original open letter to the Reddit admins calling for action. While the Reddit admins acknowledged the letter and said it was a high priority to address this issue, extremely little has been done in the intervening years.
On June 5, you shared this update on /Announcements, Upcoming changes to our content policy, our board, and where we’re going from here. In the post, you stated that there is a need for continued adjustments of Reddit’s content policy to address racism and that this remains a priority. These continued statements that you hear us, that this is a priority, or that you are working on it are not enough. It has been five years since your return as CEO and this still remains Reddit’s most glaring problem.
Steve, if you and Reddit genuinely care about the values of standing up to racism and hate, then you need to back it up with real action. As moderators on this website who have dedicated countless hours to keeping this site running, we call on Reddit to take the following steps:
At /AgainstHateSubreddits, we have laid out the many failures of Steve time and again to stand up to white supremacy on this site time and time and time again.
With a website with the impact of Reddit on the broader conversations being held in communities around the world, this website needs real leadership and real action.
We hope that Reddit will not just share empty platitudes — but will take a meaningful stand against hate, and take these recommendations to heart.
This letter is co-signed by more than 200 300 350 430 550 650 800 communities representing well over 200 hundreds of millions of subscribers:
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2020.09.06 22:18 donthitthegavelonme [IWantOut] 28M Romania -> Canada

Hello Everyone. I am a citizen of Nigeria who is currently based in Romania as a student. A discretely proud LGBT member (Nigeria/Romania frowns against, Nigeria even more than Romania). I arrived Romania in 2015 via a sketchy scholarship program organized by a Nigerian government parastatal. I am glad I was shortlisted at least because I would have been another miserable Nigerian youth by now (and don’t forget, a queer one). In 2018, I completed my bachelor studies in Maritime Engineering and just recently in July this year, completed my master studies in International Business Administration. In the summers of 2017, 2018 and 2019 I worked in the US states of Minnesota, Ohio and North Carolina, respectively, via the US sponsored student summer work and travel program, to raise funds for the following school year of my studies in Romania. During those times I felt truly free and I had the conviction that I could achieve my fullest potential in life, career and otherwise, even though it was just for 3 months/year. I set in motion the plan to participate in the summer program again this year but the pandemic happened and that plan was shuttered fast. To secure a legal stay in Romania, I applied for another master study (currently waiting for feedback from the education ministry). I am in survival mode now, having run out of savings, cannot speak Romanian to save myself, and no one to look up to for guidance or support; poured out my heart to a date (sad, I know) and he pointed me in this direction (first-time reddit user here). Being a black Nigerian migrant (the stereotype is wild to say the least) and considering the current state of events in the US, I want to explore my options with Canadian emigration. I’ve tried to be as detailed as possible because I need all the help I can get. Any information that can be shared on possible ways that a Nigerian, who is currently based in Romania, can go about emigrating to Canada will be greatly appreciated. Thank you and God bless (yes I am christian, God is the “higher power” I believe in)
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2020.09.01 15:34 Lindy006 Returning to my family's roots in the Bitterroot Valley--please help me prep with your insights!

My grandparents owned a dairy & Macintosh apple farm out on Big Ditch Road outside of Corvallis from about 1929 until sometime in the late 1980s when they both passed away. I spent my summers on their farm helping out and generally loving it despite the heat. I grew up in Minnesota: summers are scorchers and humid and winters are frigid and snow up to your waist+ most years. I moved from MN to Portland, OR 22yrs ago. I've had more than enough of the "Keep Portland Weird" culture here and plan on moving to the Bitterroot Valley, with the knowledge that the winters will be snowy again and the summers hot but not that humid. For the previous three years (not this year...I'm COVID19 free and didn't want to risk vacationing during a pandemic) I've been vacationing in this part of Montana and--though its quite different than when I was a kid--I've found that it feels like home from some deep, deep place from inside me. I'm aware I'll have some adjusting to small town life to do.
I'm in over 45, female, single/ divorced and outdoorsy (hike, kayak, camp, whitewater raft and I used to fly fish with my dad and grandpa but haven't for years). I'm pretty down to earth and a straight shooter when it comes to communicating. I'm a Realtor in Oregon and plan to continue my real estate career in the Bitterroot Valley. I've made some connections and it looks like I will have leads to work and a brokerage to associate my license with, so the usual advice I see in this subreddit of "get a solid job lined up before you move" I've already taken care of.
My questions are: --How does a woman my age make new friends in a small town? Will it seem impossible because of people my age tending to often be set in their ways? (I say this as a generality and not just specific to Montana--please don't unnecessarily take offense!)? --Outside of "the bar scene" what is there to do in the evenings if a person doesn't just want to be alone every night? I'm willing to drive into Missoula, if that helps. --What's the best way for women over 45 to meet honest, appropriately mature, mentally healthy men as activity partners and maybe for dates(I've had really bad luck in Portland with all the online dating services.)? I'm Christian and I'm NOT into casual sex. To me, this is such an enjoyable part of life, so I reserve it for only when I'm in love and in a committed relationship, preferably marriage (I was married 23 yrs....been divorced quite a few yrs now.) I can get on just fine by myself, but prefer a life partner. --I remember how my grandma made "going into town" (Corvallis or Hamilton) into a really big deal and it took her over an hour to do her hair and makeup and put on a nice dress. I'm imagining this is no longer the case--am I right? --What are the most enthusiastically attended protestant churches in or near Hamilton? In Missoula? --Tell me about the live music, theater, cultural scene along the Bitterroot corridor on up through Missoula. Is it lively? Growing, shrinking or staying the same? --Forgive me in advance for this next question as I do not wish to offend anyone with the question....I'm just trying to see how I'll fit in. I have my undergraduate degree. I know there are several businesses in Hamilton whereby the people doing the jobs there must have degrees. Its my impression there are also lots of people with little more than a high school diploma, many who are very successful in what they do. Will I be able to fit in? Where I feel vulnerable is in how much farming and ranching has changed over the years, but I've been out of touch with that so I don't really know quite how to start those kinds of conversations right now. I'm very eager to learn, though.

Thanks in advance for your kind and considerate input here. I really appreciate it! My plan is to move to the Bitterroot Valley before the beginning of the new year.

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2020.08.19 23:10 BrewersBot Game Chat: 8/19 Brewers (10-11) @ Twins (16-8) 7:10 PM

Brewers (10-11) @ Twins (16-8)

First Pitch: 7:10 PM at Target Field
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Brewers Brett Anderson (0-2, 4.91 ERA) FSWI WTMJ
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Line Score - Game Over

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
MIL 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 1 9 11 0
MIN 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 10 1

Box Score

MIN AB R H RBI BB SO BA MIL AB R H RBI BB SO BA
SS Polanco, J 5 0 0 0 0 0 .284 RF Braun 4 2 2 2 0 0 .237
C Garver 3 0 1 0 0 2 .154 RF Gamel 1 0 1 0 0 0 .158
C Avila 1 0 0 0 0 1 .200 LF Yelich 4 2 2 2 1 2 .205
DH Cruz 3 0 1 0 0 0 .337 DH Hiura 4 2 3 1 1 0 .247
RF Cave 1 0 0 0 0 0 .125 3B Gyorko 3 1 0 0 2 1 .200
3B Gonzalez, M 4 1 2 1 0 0 .247 CF García, Av 4 1 2 4 0 0 .247
1B Sanó 4 2 2 0 0 1 .191 C Piña 5 0 0 0 0 1 .265
LF Rosario, E 4 0 1 1 0 0 .218 1B Smoak 4 0 1 0 1 0 .200
P Adrianza 3 0 1 0 1 1 .216 2B Urías 3 0 0 0 1 1 .333
CF Buxton 3 0 0 0 0 2 .221 SS Arcia 3 1 0 0 1 0 .275
PH Kepler 1 0 0 0 0 0 .220
2B Vargas, I 4 0 2 1 0 1 .200
MIN IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA MIL IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Hill, R 2.2 4 4 4 3 1 53-33 4.70 Anderson, B 6.0 5 1 1 0 5 87-59 3.71
Thielbar 1.1 0 0 0 1 1 16-11 3.00 Rasmussen 2.0 2 0 0 0 3 39-27 0.00
Thorpe 4.0 6 4 4 3 3 72-46 6.14 Knebel 0.2 3 2 2 1 0 23-10 9.45
Adrianza 1.0 1 1 1 0 0 18-12 9.00 Claudio 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 2-2 2.35

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
B2 Eddie Rosario singles on a sharp ground ball to center fielder Avisail Garcia. Miguel Sano scores. 1-0
T3 Ryan Braun homers (1) on a line drive to left field. Orlando Arcia scores. 1-2
T3 Avisail Garcia singles on a line drive to left fielder Eddie Rosario. Christian Yelich scores. Keston Hiura scores. Jedd Gyorko to 3rd. Avisail Garcia to 2nd. Avisail Garcia advances to 2nd, on a throwing error by left fielder Eddie Rosario. 1-4
T5 Christian Yelich homers (6) on a line drive to center field. Ryan Braun scores. 1-6
T5 Avisail Garcia homers (2) on a line drive to left field. Jedd Gyorko scores. 1-8
T9 Keston Hiura homers (6) on a line drive to left center field. 1-9
B9 Marwin Gonzalez homers (3) on a line drive to right field. 2-9
B9 Ildemaro Vargas singles on a sharp ground ball to right fielder Ben Gamel. Miguel Sano scores. Ehire Adrianza to 3rd. 3-9

Highlights

Description Length HD
Eddie Rosario hits an RBI single to center field 0:19 HD
Ryan Braun lines a two-run home run to left field 0:26 HD
Avisaíl García lines a two-run single to left field 0:22 HD
Twins double up Yelich, Hiura in the 1st inning 0:29 HD
Christian Yelich belts a 2-run home run to center 0:29 HD
Avisaíl García lines a 2-run home run to left field 0:23 HD
Miguel Sanó ruled safe at first after review 0:42 HD
Brett Anderson strikes out 5 over 6 innings 0:38 HD
Rich Hill strikes out Luis Urias in the 3rd inning 0:14 HD
Keston Hiura belts a solo home run to left-center 0:25 HD
Ildemaro Vargas' RBI single 0:20 HD
Marwin Gonzalez hits a solo home run to right field 0:27 HD

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save
Anderson, B (1-2, 3.71) Hill, R (1-1, 4.70)
Game ended at 10:12 PM.
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2020.08.19 22:51 SavageSquirl Analysis of possible non-destructive trade packages if the Suns get the #1 pick in the lottery tomorrow

If the suns get the number one pick in the draft, we would assume that they trade down the pick to collect a good asset and also acquire a top 10 pick to get their guy in the draft as well. I am also assuming that the Suns will keep their core in tact (possibly minus Oubre). Keep in mind that his year's draft is much more questionable at the very top, so the haul may be less valuable than previous years.
Note: The Suns could potentially negotiate similar deals is they jump into the top 4.

Scenario 1: Chicago Bulls (Markkanen + pick 8 + future 2nd round pick)

The Suns would get PF Lauri Markkanen with 1 year remaining on his contract, but would retain his bird rights. The Suns would also receive the 8th pick in the draft (assuming the Suns are the only team to jump top 4), and a future Bulls 2nd round pick. This package gives the Suns the opportunity to try Markkanen in their system, gives them the right to match any contract he will receive in FA in 2021, and still allows the Suns to draft a player in the top 10. If the suns want to make a big playoff push next season before 2021 FA, this may be a way to add good young big depth cheaply.

Scenario 2: New York Knicks (pick 7 + pick 27 + future 2nd round)

The Knicks don't have any good young players that they are going to give up. Reggie Bullock is the only player on their roster that would make a little bit of sense in a trade with the Suns. The Knicks clusterfuck of power fowards are all overpaid 2 year deals, so I wouldn't expect the Suns to get any players back if they trade with NY. The Knicks would have picks 7 and 27 in this draft, which is a good base for the Suns to get their top 10 guy and maybe a proven college veteran. There are a lot of intriguing James Jones type players in the late first round. The suns could also attempt to flip the late 1st and future 2nd for a proven rotation player elsewhere.

Scenario 3: Minnesota Timberwolves (pick 4 + pick 17 + future 2nd)

Similar to the other scenarios, Suns get their top 10 guy and another 1st round pick. If the Suns want a player back, they could look into getting a sign and trade from either Malik Beasley or Juan Hernangomez. The Timberwolves don't have much else to offer.

Scenario 4: Boston (Marcus Smart + pick 14 + pick 30)

If Boston has a guy at the top that they really like, then this might be the best opportunity for the Suns. Although the Suns would not be picking in the top 10, they would be getting a proven vet and bulldog in Marcus Smart who would have 2 years remaining on his contract. The Suns could repackage picks 30 and 17 to get back into the top 10 potentially or they could skip the draft entirely and go for another player. If the Celtics ask for an expiring Oubre to make the money work, I think the Suns should consider it. Bosotn also has pick 26, so there is a ton of flexibility to get a deal done here.

Scenario 5: Detroit Pistons (pick 6 + sign and trade Christian Wood)

There are rumors that the Pistons had a bit of a fallout with Wood after he contracted COVID. If Wood is truly set on getting out of Detroit as a free agent this summer, and Phoenix is a potential option, the Suns should try to get a Pistons sign and trade involved to get that 5th year from his bird rights. In this scenario, the Suns would still get a top 10 pick. I don't know if the Pistons do this deal unless they know that Wood will not re-sign this summer.

Scenario 6: Orlando Magic (Aaron Gordon and pick 15)

Aaron Gordon has been rumored to being shopped around by Orlando because of his team friendly contract. He is under contract for 2 more years on 18 and 16 million respectively. This deal would give the Suns Gordon for 2 years and then he would expire once Bridges and Ayton are due for their extensions. If 2022 is a target date for Jones and company, Gordon makes some strategic sense as a stopgap 4.

Scenario 7: Brooklyn Nets (Spencer Dinwiddie + Rodions Kurucs + pick 19)

The Nets will likely be looking to shed salary this offseason as KD, Kyrie, Levert, Prince, and Deandre Jordan already puts them over the projected salary cap. They also may try to re-sign Joe Harris this summer as well meaning somebody will have to go. Dinwiddie would be the logical guy to move since the Nets just recently gave LeVert his extension. The Suns could look to get Dinwiddie as their 6th man and backup PG. Dinwiddie is one of the best players in the league at drawing fouls per possession, something the Suns can have difficulty with sometimes. Kurucs is a young 3/4 hybrid that looked like a decent rotation player in the bubble.
These scenarios are just ideas for trades the Suns can be involved in when Adam Silver inevitably rigs the lottery for us because of our spectacular favor we did him in the bubble /s. Even if the Suns only jump up to 2, 3, or 4, I think some variations of these deals can be made.
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2020.08.18 23:10 BrewersBot Game Chat: 8/18 Brewers (10-10) @ Twins (15-8) 7:10 PM

Brewers (10-10) @ Twins (15-8)

First Pitch: 7:10 PM at Target Field
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Line Score - Game Over

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 R H E
MIL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 4 0
MIN 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 4 6 1

Box Score

MIN AB R H RBI BB SO BA MIL AB R H RBI BB SO BA
RF Kepler 3 0 0 0 2 1 .222 CF García, Av 5 1 1 0 0 1 .232
SS Polanco, J 5 0 2 2 1 2 .311 LF Yelich 2 1 0 0 3 1 .189
DH Cruz 4 0 0 0 1 2 .337 2B Hiura 5 0 1 1 0 2 .224
DH Cave 0 0 0 0 0 0 .129 P Phelps 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
LF Rosario, E 4 1 0 0 1 0 .217 1B Smoak 3 0 0 0 0 2 .197
1B Gonzalez, M 5 0 0 0 0 2 .233 1B Gyorko 2 0 0 1 0 0 .222
1B Garver 0 0 0 0 0 0 .143 RF Braun 5 0 1 0 0 3 .206
2B Arraez 3 1 1 0 1 0 .277 C Narváez 2 0 0 0 1 1 .133
2B Vargas, I 1 0 0 0 0 1 .143 C Piña 2 0 0 0 0 1 .310
1B Sanó 3 0 2 1 0 1 .172 RF Gamel 3 0 0 0 0 2 .143
3B Adrianza 2 1 1 1 0 0 .206 SS Arcia 2 0 0 0 0 0 .292
CF Buxton 5 1 0 0 0 0 .231 2B Urías 5 0 0 0 0 1 .375
C Avila 4 0 0 0 1 2 .207 3B Sogard 4 1 1 0 0 1 .200
P Hader 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
3B Holt 0 0 0 0 0 0 .125
MIN IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA MIL IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Maeda 8.0 1 1 1 2 12 115-78 2.27 Burnes 5.0 2 1 1 3 5 83-49 3.00
Rogers, Ta 1.0 2 2 1 1 2 22-15 4.82 Claudio 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 11-7 2.45
Thielbar 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 13-8 3.86 Yardley 0.1 1 1 1 1 0 11-6 1.86
Alcala, J 2.0 1 0 0 1 1 26-13 2.00 Suter 0.2 1 0 0 0 0 13-11 2.84
Perdomo, A 1.0 1 1 1 2 1 20-9 9.00
Williams, D 1.0 0 0 0 1 3 16-11 0.93
Hader 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 22-14 0.00
Phelps 1.1 1 1 0 0 0 21-14 0.90

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
B5 Miguel Sano doubles (4) on a sharp ground ball to left fielder Christian Yelich. Luis Arraez scores. 1-0
B7 Jorge Polanco singles on a ground ball to right fielder Ben Gamel. Ehire Adrianza scores. Alex Avila to 3rd. 2-0
B8 Ehire Adrianza singles on a bunt ground ball to first baseman Justin Smoak. Eddie Rosario scores. Luis Arraez to 2nd. 3-0
T9 Keston Hiura singles on a fly ball to center fielder Byron Buxton. Eric Sogard scores. Avisail Garcia to 3rd. Christian Yelich to 2nd. 3-1
T9 Jedd Gyorko grounds into a force out, shortstop Jorge Polanco to second baseman Ildemaro Vargas. Avisail Garcia scores. Christian Yelich scores. Keston Hiura out at 2nd. Jedd Gyorko to 1st. Throwing error by second baseman Ildemaro Vargas. 3-3
B12 Jorge Polanco singles on a soft ground ball to second baseman Luis Urias. Byron Buxton scores. Max Kepler to 2nd. 4-3

Highlights

Description Length HD
Miguel Sanó gets the Twins on the board in the 5th 0:34 HD
Corbin Burnes gets Nelson Cruz swinging 0:12 HD
Kenta Maeda sets a Twins' record with 8th straight K 0:15 HD
Kenta Maeda sets a Twins record with 8 strikeouts 1:48 HD
Jorge Polanco knocks an RBI single to right 0:35 HD
Kenta Maeda carries no-no through 8 0:19 HD
Keston Hiura plates one with an RBI single 0:46 HD
Jedd Gyorko ties the game in the top of the 9th 1:04 HD
Kenta Maeda gives up first hit in the 9th 0:38 HD
Eric Sogard singles to end Kenta Maeda's no-hit bid 0:41 HD
Jorge Polanco charges and fires to get the out 0:20 HD

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save
Alcala, J (1-0, 2.00) Phelps (2-2, 0.90)
Game ended at 11:44 PM.
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2020.08.12 22:10 BrewersBot Game Chat: 8/12 Twins (11-7) @ Brewers (7-8) 6:10 PM

Twins (11-7) @ Brewers (7-8)

First Pitch: 6:10 PM at Miller Park
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Line Score - Game Over

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
MIN 0 5 1 1 4 1 0 0 0 12 15 0
MIL 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 7 0

Box Score

MIL AB R H RBI BB SO BA MIN AB R H RBI BB SO BA
3B Sogard 4 1 1 0 0 0 .209 C Garver 6 2 3 0 0 0 .167
2B Hiura 4 1 1 0 0 3 .250 SS Polanco, J 4 2 1 1 1 0 .288
LF Yelich 2 0 1 0 0 0 .175 SS Adrianza 1 0 0 0 0 0 .214
SS Urías 2 0 2 2 0 0 .375 DH Cruz 3 0 1 2 1 2 .329
CF García, Av 2 0 0 0 0 0 .245 DH Avila 1 0 0 0 0 0 .238
CF Arcia 2 0 0 0 0 0 .286 LF Rosario, E 5 1 1 1 1 0 .224
1B Smoak 4 0 2 0 0 0 .192 3B Gonzalez, M 4 0 2 2 0 1 .304
DH Braun 4 0 0 0 0 1 .143 1B Sanó 3 2 1 1 2 1 .137
RF Gamel 4 0 0 0 0 1 .174 RF Cave 5 1 1 1 0 1 .143
C Narváez 3 0 0 0 1 1 .176 CF Buxton 5 2 3 2 0 0 .298
LF Holt 3 0 0 0 0 2 .111 2B Arraez 4 2 2 1 1 1 .236
MIL IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA MIN IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Lauer 3.2 9 7 7 2 2 83-43 12.54 Maeda 6.2 5 2 2 1 5 85-63 2.66
Grimm 0.2 3 4 4 3 0 38-18 17.18 Thielbar 0.1 0 0 0 0 1 8-5 4.91
Yardley 1.2 1 1 1 1 1 35-24 1.08 Thorpe 2.0 2 0 0 0 2 30-21 5.06
Knebel 1.0 1 0 0 0 2 15-11 6.35
Suter 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 10-5 3.86
Gyorko 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 11-6 0.00

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
T2 Jake Cave doubles (1) on a sharp line drive to left fielder Christian Yelich. Miguel Sano scores. 0-1
T2 Luis Arraez singles on a line drive to left fielder Christian Yelich. Jake Cave scores. 0-2
T2 Jorge Polanco singles on a line drive to center fielder Avisail Garcia. Luis Arraez scores. Mitch Garver to 2nd. 0-3
T2 Nelson Cruz singles on a line drive to center fielder Avisail Garcia. Mitch Garver scores. Jorge Polanco to 3rd. 0-4
T2 Eddie Rosario grounds out, shortstop Eric Sogard to first baseman Justin Smoak. 0-5
T3 Miguel Sano homers (4) on a fly ball to left field. 0-6
T4 Marwin Gonzalez doubles (1) on a line drive to right fielder Ben Gamel. Eddie Rosario scores. 0-7
T5 Byron Buxton homers (4) on a line drive to left center field. 0-8
T5 Nelson Cruz walks. Luis Arraez scores. Mitch Garver to 3rd. Jorge Polanco to 2nd. 0-9
T5 Eddie Rosario walks. Mitch Garver scores. Jorge Polanco to 3rd. Nelson Cruz to 2nd. 0-10
T5 Marwin Gonzalez out on a sacrifice fly to right fielder Ben Gamel. Jorge Polanco scores. Nelson Cruz to 3rd. 0-11
T6 Byron Buxton homers (5) on a line drive to center field. 0-12
B6 Luis Urias singles on a line drive to left fielder Eddie Rosario. Eric Sogard scores. Keston Hiura scores. 2-12

Highlights

Description Length HD
Jake Cave lines an RBI double for 1-0 lead 0:30 HD
Jorge Polanco smacks an RBI single into center field 0:28 HD
Nelson Cruz lines a 2nd inning RBI single 0:13 HD
Jorge Polanco scores a run on wild pitch in the 2nd 0:20 HD
Miguel Sanó launches a deep solo home run in the 3rd 0:36 HD
Luis Arraez laces a single for a 2nd-inning RBI 0:19 HD
Marwin Gonzalez puts an RBI double into right field 0:33 HD
Byron Buxton knocks a solo home run in the 5th inning 0:31 HD
Miguel Sanó hits a 442-foot home run 0:31 HD
Nelson Cruz earns an RBI on a walk in the 5th inning 0:12 HD
Marwin Gonzalez's sac-fly RBI 0:31 HD
Byron Buxton's second homer 0:41 HD
Luis Urías knocks a two-run single in the 6th 0:33 HD
Ben Gamel dives in right field for a hit-saving grab 0:15 HD
Eddie Rosario draws a base on balls for an RBI 0:11 HD
Omar Narvaez strikes out swinging. 0:07 HD

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save
Maeda (3-0, 2.66) Lauer (0-2, 12.54)
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2020.08.11 23:10 BrewersBot Game Chat: 8/11 Twins (11-6) @ Brewers (6-8) 7:10 PM

Twins (11-6) @ Brewers (6-8)

First Pitch: 7:10 PM at Miller Park
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Twins Tyler Clippard (0-0, 1.17 ERA) FSNO WCCO, twinsbeisbol.com (ES)
Brewers Josh Lindblom (1-0, 4.15 ERA) FSWI WTMJ
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Gameday Game Graph Strikezone Map Live Comments Freenode: #reddit-baseball

Line Score - Game Over

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
MIN 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 10 0
MIL 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 6 9 0

Box Score

MIL AB R H RBI BB SO BA MIN AB R H RBI BB SO BA
CF García, Av 4 1 3 1 0 0 .255 RF Kepler 4 0 0 0 1 2 .227
2B Hiura 4 0 0 0 0 3 .250 SS Polanco, J 5 1 2 1 0 2 .290
LF Yelich 4 1 1 0 0 0 .164 DH Cruz 3 1 0 0 2 1 .328
1B Gyorko 4 2 2 2 0 1 .286 LF Rosario, E 5 2 2 3 0 2 .226
DH Braun 4 0 0 0 0 1 .176 3B Gonzalez, M 4 0 1 0 0 1 .288
C Piña 4 2 2 3 0 1 .368 C Garver 4 0 1 0 0 3 .111
RF Gamel 3 0 0 0 0 2 .190 2B Arraez 4 0 0 0 0 2 .216
3B Urías 2 0 0 0 0 0 .167 1B Sanó 3 0 1 0 1 2 .125
SS Sogard 1 0 0 0 0 0 .205 CF Buxton 4 0 3 0 0 1 .262
SS Arcia 2 0 1 0 0 0 .303
3B Holt 1 0 0 0 0 0 .133
MIL IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA MIN IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Lindblom 4.0 7 4 4 2 8 88-54 5.68 Clippard 1.0 1 1 1 0 2 16-10 2.08
Claudio 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 15-9 3.38 Stashak 1.0 0 0 0 0 3 12-10 3.86
Yardley 1.0 2 0 0 0 1 12-8 0.00 Wisler 2.2 3 1 1 0 1 32-23 1.80
Phelps 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 13-9 1.35 May 1.1 3 2 2 0 1 22-14 3.86
Williams, D 1.0 0 0 0 1 2 18-10 1.42 Duffey 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 9-8 0.00
Hader 1.0 0 0 0 1 3 19-10 0.00 Rogers, Ta 1.0 2 2 2 0 1 23-16 5.68

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
T1 Jorge Polanco homers (2) on a fly ball to right field. 0-1
T1 Eddie Rosario homers (5) on a fly ball to right field. 0-2
B1 Avisail Garcia homers (1) on a line drive to left field. 1-2
T3 Eddie Rosario homers (6) on a fly ball to right center field. Nelson Cruz scores. 1-4
B5 Manny Pina homers (1) on a fly ball to center field. 2-4
B6 Manny Pina homers (2) on a line drive to center field. Jedd Gyorko scores. 4-4
B8 Jedd Gyorko homers (2) on a fly ball to center field. Christian Yelich scores. 6-4

Highlights

Description Length HD
Rosario's grand slam leads Twins to 4-2 win 8/10/20 2:32
Jorge Polanco belts a first-pitch solo homer in 1st 0:34 HD
Eddie Rosario smacks the Twins' second HR in the 1st 0:36 HD
Avisaíl García launches a solo homer in the 1st 0:44 HD
Eddie Rosario smacks his second homer of the game 0:35 HD
Byron Buxton credited with a single after a challenge 1:29 HD
Manny Piña slugs a solo jack, trims deficit to 4-2 0:41 HD
Trevor May Called Strike to Keston Hiura 0:08 HD
Manny Piña cranks a two-run homer to tie game at 4 0:43 HD
Josh Lindblom fans Nelson Cruz for 8th strikeout 0:09 HD
Jedd Gyorko's go-ahead homer 0:53 HD

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save
Williams, D (1-1, 1.42) Rogers, Ta (1-2, 5.68) Hader (3, 0.00)
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2020.07.31 17:44 JeffreyBoswell NFL 2020: The Year In Preview

* Myles Garrett and former New Orleans Saint Kyle Turley meet for a charity helmet-removal ceremony on November 14th, the anniversary of Garrett's incident with Mason Rudolph. The event, dubbed "The Great American NFL Jerk-Off," raises $250,000 for charity.
* After 149 receptions in 2019, the Saints Michael Thomas one-ups himself, posting 150 catches, 79 more than Miami's DeVante Parker. Thomas then tweets at Parker: "Congratulations! You made the 'All Pronoun Team,' because no one knows your name. #He.'"
* DeAndre Hopkins explodes to start the season, with 32 receptions, 396 receiving yards, and 6 touchdowns in his first four games. Asked what the key to his amazing success is, Hopkins replies, "Miles and miles of separation ... from Bill O'Brien."
* Philip Rivers has the second-most famous surgery for a Colts quarterback when he undergoes a vasectomy in October. In his next game back on October 18 versus the Jets, Rivers shoots blanks in the first quarter, going 0-7.
Rivers bounces back the following week, when he and his wife announce that they're expecting their 10th child in July.
On the year, Rivers is efficient and limits his interceptions as the Colts ride the league's best rushing game and a strong defense to the AFC South title.
* In his first game as a Falcon, Todd Gurley rushes for 11 yards on 8 carries and 4 touchdowns, all 1-yard touchdown runs, as Atlanta beats Carolina, 31-24.
A knee injury sidelines Gurley in Week 4, an ailment which never fully heals. Gurley ultimately plays in only 7 games, and leads the league in touches, from the medical staff.
* Jameis Winston cuts his interception total from 30 in 2019 to 17 in 2020. Winston attributes the vast improvement not only to clearer vision due to Lasik surgery, but also to attempting only 34 passes as the backup to Drew Brees.
The Saints finish the season 12-4, one game ahead of the 11-5 Buccaneers, and beat the Buccaneers in the NFC Championship Game.
* The Las Vegas Raiders christen Allegiant Stadium on opening day as former Raider legend Sebastian Janikowski serves as Master of Ceremonies. After ceremoniously breaking a bottle of Dom Perignon on the stadium's facade, Janikowski opens another bottle and offers glasses of champagne to each of the 32 Raiderettes, who all unanimously decline to drink.
The Raiders are toast in their opener, as the Saints crush them, 31-12.
* On opening day against the visiting Chargers, a sluggish Joe Burrow tosses 4 interceptions, is sacked 5 times, and vomits on the field in the third quarter. In the post-game press conference, Burrow apologizes for his performance, and promises to learn from his mistakes, and swears he'll never spend another Saturday night with Pacman Jones.
On the season, Burrow passes for 3,756 yards and 4 touchdowns with 16 interceptions, and the Bengals finish 3-13, last in the AFC North.
* After re-aggravating a back injury on October 4th, Rob Gronkowski announces his retirement. Just two days later, Gronk agrees to terms to host two new television shows during fall sweeps, Discovery Channel's "The Science of Drinking Games," and MTV's "Celebrity Sack Tap."
* On November 1st, with the Packers holding a 10-point lead over the visiting Vikings with 7 seconds left and with possession, a heartbroken Aaron Rodgers takes a knee, and proposes to former girlfriend Danica Patrick. In a touching twist, Brett Favre rolls up in a golf cart and presents the band, a green opal set in a 100% copper ring, as well as a Copper Fit wedding gown.
Patrick declines the offer via Twitter, and later reveals she left Rodgers for David Spade.
Rodgers leads the Packers to a second-place finish in the NFC North and a wild card berth in the playoffs.
* In November, Christian McCaffrey opens a nightclub in downtown Charlotte called "Run CMCBGB's WWJD," a venue that offers Christian rock, world-class atmosphere, and exotic VIP lounges, all in an alcohol-free environment. The club shutters its doors in December due to lack of interest.
McCaffrey is all business on the field, and leads the NFL in touches for the second consecutive year, with 399, and later pens a book chronicling his 2020 season, titled "Just Give Me the Darn Ball."
* ESPN's 2021 "Body" issue breaks new ground, featuring not athletes, but the equipment that trains them. Not surprisingly, football's "Jugs Machine" lands the coveted cover spot.
* Cam Newton easily wins the starting quarterback job in New England and dominates in the Patriots first four games. Newton enters the Week 5 game against the visiting Broncos with 4 rushing touchdowns and 7 passing scores, but literally loses his "s," crapping his pants when he sees Von Miller across the line.
Amazingly, the incident leads to an endorsement deal with Nautica's fashion sleepwear, in which Newton appears in print ads saying, "When you're pooped and need a change, try Nautica pajamas."
* On his first two rush attempts as a Bronco, Melvin Gordon fumbles, and the "Melvin Gordon II" memes are born, such as "Time II Bench Melvin Gordon," "Dos Ickies," "II Bad," "All II Often," and "Boyz II Bench."
Gordon's ball-handling struggles continue into October, but he eventually turns things around, thanks to the help of a clinic of hypnotists, whom Gordon refers to as his "Dream Team."
Gordon finishes the season with 799 yards on the ground and 450 receiving yards with 7 total touchdowns.
* The Seahawks visit the Rams on November 15th, and Jalen Ramsey and Jamal Adams convene at midfield prior to kickoff. The two exchange pleasantries and discuss plans to co-write a book tentatively titled "How to Alienate Friends, Influence Public Opinion, Be the Walking Definition of 'Disgruntled' and Force a Trade."
In a Week 14 contest versus the visiting Jets, Seattle defeats Adams' former team 27-13. Adams has 2 interceptions, but complains he could have played better.
* Bears legends Mike Ditka and Willie Gault team up to promote American Home Equity Bank & Semi-trust's "Double Reverse Mortgage," which encourages elderly Bears fans to "live fast, die soon."
Chicago's on-the-field product is just as untrustworthy, and a 2-5 start results in the firing of Matt Nagy on October 27th. Ditka is briefly considered for the job along with Bob Swerski, but the assignment ultimately goes to defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano, who leads the Bears to a 7-9 finish.
* With his signature blond hair back, Odell Beckham, Jr. announces the "Blond Ambition Tour 2020." Beckham later appears on the cover of Vogue, then completes the hat trick when he reveals that he is dating Madonna.
Beckham finishes the season with 87 receptions for 1,234 yards and 10 touchdowns, while the Browns finish 9-7, behind the Ravens and Steelers in the AFC North.
* Attendance is Los Angeles for the Chargers first four home games is abysmal, with attendance averaging around 30,000 in SoFi Stadium, which seats 70,000. Many attribute it to the unwillingness of San Diego and surrounding area residents to travel to Los Angeles, a phenomenon called "SoCal Distancing."
The Chargers struggle on the field also, finishing in a tie for last in the AFC West with the Raiders at 6-10.
* Patrick Mahomes purchases an island in the Lesser Antilles on September 17th to celebrate his 25th birthday. With a massive $477 million contract under his belt, Mahomes christens the getaway "Treasure Island," and posts a Gilligan's Island-themed pic on Twitter showing Mahomes as Gilligan and Andy Reid as the Skipper.
Mahomes passes for 4,788 yards and 42 touchdowns and the Chiefs repeat as Super Bowl champions when they defeat the Saints, 31-27.
* After seeing the 2010 movie Inception, Dallas owner Jerry Jones asks his R&D department to inquire into the possibility of "planting a seed in the head of that agent of Dak Prescott's."
Jones is talked out of the scheme and into "Plan B," which is merely receiving an 8x10 signed photograph of Leonardo DiCaprio.
* Former Carolina and Dallas defensive end Greg Hardy is victimized by an elaborate prank organized by Sasha Baron Cohen. In the scheme, Cohen, posing as a UFC matchmaker named "Joo Shih Tzu," convinces Hardy to participate in the organization's first inter-gender contest, to take place at UFC 253 in Las Vegas against a female opponent to be named later. Hardy readily accepts before Cohen reveals the ruse, sending Hardy into a frenzy.
* Drew Brees finally "takes a knee," albeit just to the groin, when he appears as a guest on MTV's "Johnny Knoxville's Jackass NFL Punt, Pass, and Kick in the Balls Special." The show airs as part of the network's "Football is Back" programming on September 9th, sandwiched between 12 hours of "Ridiculousness."
* In the Packers home opener against the Lions on September 20, Aaron Rodgers connects with DaVante Adams on a 15-yard TD pass late in the first quarter. Adams then celebrates with a Lambeau Leap into the empty stands and bangs his head on an empty seat. Adams enters the NFL's concussion protocol, while the Packers secure a federal loan to outfit the end zone seats with NASCAR's "SAFER Barrier."
* Gardner Minshew II lights up the Bengals in Week 4 for 450 yards passing and 5 TD passes in a 42-17 Jags rout. Minshew is named AFC Offensive Player of the Week, and honor topped just a day later when Minshew is tapped for the role of Bo Darville in Smokey and the Bandit 4.
* Washington stuns the Cowboys, 24-23, on Thanksgiving, led by 3 TD scores, 2 on the ground, from Dwayne Haskins. Haskins celebrates back in D.C. on Friday night, a little too hard, and is cited for urinating in public, leading to the embarrassing headline "Dwayne Vein Drain" in The Washington Post.
NFC Division Winners
NFC East: Philadelphia NFC North: Minnesota NFC South: New Orleans NFC West: San Francisco
Wild Cards
Dallas Tampa Bay L.A. Rams
NFC Championship
New Orleans over Tampa Bay
AFC Division Winners
AFC East: Buffalo AFC North: Baltimore AFC South: Indianapolis AFC West: Kansas City
Wild Cards
Pittsburgh Tennessee Cleveland
AFC Championship
Kansas City over Pittsburgh
Super Bowl LV
Kansas City over New Orleans
Super Bowl LV Halftime Performers
Kanye West, Kacey Musgraves, and Tool
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2020.07.30 21:19 ghtuy Stats I Compiled Because I Was Bored: USLC Player Nationalities

Guess who's been Ultra-Instinct levels of bored? Me. Guess who skimmed every club's Wikipedia article, cross-referenced with Transfermarkt, and curated a spreadsheet of player nationalities by club? Also me.
Disclaimer: This post is really, really long. If you don't want to appreciate my hours upon hours of research, spread over a week as I slaved away over a hot keyboard, turn back now.
Methodology: Basically I used the Wiki entries for nationality, which uses FIFA international allegiance, or place of birth for those without a call-up. Derived statistics include the total number of players across the 35 clubs, the total number of clubs that employ players of that nationality, and the total number of different nationalities at each club. I did not include players at 2-teams who are under contract with the MLS parent organization. I did, however, include academy signings. (Correct as of 7/24)
  • The club with the most distinct nationalities is El Paso Locomotive, with 15. They also have the fewest American players, at 5. Their roster includes 5 Americans, 3 Englishmen, 2 Mexicans, and 1 each: Canadian, Jamaican, Brazilian, Irish, Scottish, Cameroonian, Colombian, Spaniard, DR-Congolese, Haitian, Dutch, and Belgian.
  • In the reverse, the least-diverse (in terms of nationality) is LA Galaxy Jr. with just 5 nations represented. 20 Americans, 2 Mexicans, and 1 each Ghanaian, Liberian, and Sierra-Leonean.
  • El Paso, Pittsburgh, and Tampa Bay each have 12 nations represented by just 1 player in their squad, more than any other teams. These aren't necessarily the only players of their nation in the league, but speaking of which...
  • No less than 37 nations have just one player across all 35 USLC clubs. That means that ~44%, or almost half the nations represented, have just 1 player. The next 37 nations, which range from 2 to 8 players, represent 154 individuals.
The remainder of the post will highlight these 37 players who are either the only players in the USLC from their respective countries, or the only ones who play for that country, due to FIFA eligibility rules. A player could theoretically be eligible to play for 8 different national teams, if: all 4 grandparents, both parents, and the player were all born in different countries, and the player has held residency for 5 years after turning 18 in yet another country. But anyway...
Afghanistan: David Najem (New Mexico Utd.)
  • Originally from New Jersey, Najem only recently debuted for Afghanistan, so far making 3 appearances. He and his brother Adam are eligible through their father. Both David and Adam played in the USLC last season, but with the latter's move to the Polish league, David is the only Afghan international in the league.
Albania: Vangjel Zguro (FC Tulsa)
  • Hailing from the city of Pogradec, Tulsa's left wing-back (?) started at his hometown club, followed by several short stints at other domestic teams. He first moved abroad in 2019 with USL1's Chattanooga Red Wolves; he has yet to debut for his current side, or his national team.
Andorra: Joan Cervós (Colorado Springs Switchbacks)
  • Though I haven't checked exhaustively, I suspect that Colorado Springs' left-back is the first Andorran player for a professional U.S. team. Even if he's not, he's almost certainly the first Andorran goalscorer in professional American soccer. He received his first international call-up in 2018, becoming first-choice and taking part in 16 of 19 games since then for the small Iberian nation.
Austria: Daniel Fischer (Saint Louis FC)
  • The young left-back came up through the youth system of Austrian side SKN St. Polten, he played college ball for Young Harris in Georgia, spending a summer with Cincinnati Dutch Lions in the PDL. At 23 years of age, he's yet to appear for his current club.
Azerbaijan: Rufat Dadaşov (Phoenix Rising)
  • The only current player from the countries in the Caucusus, Dadaşov spent his entire career around the German lower leagues, before moving to Phoenix before this season. He made an impact immediately, netting a hat trick in their first game of the season and assisting one against OCSC. He's also played 24 matches for his country, netting 5 goals (all against red-and-white flags: Qatar, 2 vs Malta, Northern Ireland, and Bahrain).
Belgium: Chiró N'Toko (El Paso Locomotive)
  • Though born in Kinshasa, Zaire, N'Toko holds Belgian citizenship, the only such individual in the USLC. The 32-year-old moved to El Paso for the 2019 season, and has become club captain. Most of his career has been in the Netherlands, with short stints in his home Belgium, England, and Slovenia.
Bermuda: Zeiko Lewis (Charleston Battery)
  • Though not technically an independent country, Bermuda is a full member of FIFA, and Battery forward Zeiko Lewis is the only of that island currently in the USLC. A USL veteran, Lewis played for the Bermuda Hogges, Real Boston Rams, and Energy Drink Jr. before spending the 2018 season in Iceland, returning to the league with Charleston in 2019. A senior international, he has 26 caps and 9 goals to date, including a hat trick against Dutch possession Sint Maarten.
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Robert Kristo (North Carolina)
  • Born in Bosnia but raised in St. Louis, Robert Kristo translated a successful collegiate career into spells in the Italian Serie C and the 3. Bundesliga. Joining the artist formerly known as the RailHawks, he's scored 12 in 30 since the start of 2019. He hasn't been called up to the national team to date.
Bulgaria: Vilyan Bijev (Sacramento Republic)
  • The Bulgarian midfielder, raised in California, has had something of a journeyman career. With youth spells at California Odyssey and Liverpool, he spent time on loan in Germany and Norway. He spent time back in Bulgaria, moving to Portland Timbers Jr., but he's spent more time at Republic than any previous team. Eligible through his residence, he's capped at youth levels for both the United States and Bulgaria, but is yet to make a senior appearance for either.
Burundi: Chancel Ndaye (Las Vegas Lights)
  • Born in Bujumbura, the 21-year-old right-sided defender moved to Las Vegas before the start of the season from the Czech Republic. Despite his age, he debuted for his nation at the Under-20 level at 17, and the senior level aged 19. His caps are in the U-20 AFCON, senior CECAFA Cup, and a friendly against Djibouti.
Cabo Verde: Steevan Dos Santos (Pittsburgh Riverhounds)
  • The Cape Verdean striker joined Pittsburgh ahead of the previous season, where he played nearly every game, scoring 10 and assisting 6 as they won their conference. The 30-year-old had a diverse career before coming stateside. Starting off at hometown club CS Mindelese, he spent a spell in Norway with Ull/Kisa before 2 seasons with Angolan side Progresso. He played briefly for Rochester Rhinos and Ottawa Fury, before becoming a key player at his current club.
Congo: Brunallergene Etou (Charlotte Independence)
  • Though born in Brazzaville, defensive midfielder Etou began his career in France, playing for lower-league sides Drancy, Le Havre Reserves, and Mont d'Or before "going pro" with Ligue 2 side Béziers. He joined Charlotte ahead of this season, and made his debut in their opening win against Sporting Kansas City Jr. Aged 26, he has yet to break into his national team.
Côte d'Ivoire: Jean-Christophe Koffi (Memphis 901)
  • The young midfielder hails from Côte d'Ivoire's capital city, Abidjan. After moving to the U.S. in childhood, he spent time in D.C. United's youth setup, before a collegiate career at University of Virginia. He joined Energy Drink Jr. for last season, starting 26 of his 27 appearances, before joining Memphis ahead of this season. He is not capped internationally at any level, but could potentially play for either his birth nation or the U.S.
Curaçao: Ayrton Statie (Reno 1868)
  • Born in the Dutch Caribbean island of Bonaire, the left-back plays internationally for Curaçao. I couldn't specifically find information regarding his eligibility; Bonaire is a municipality of the Netherlands, which is a constituent country in the Kingdom of the Netherlands along with Aruba, Curaçao, and Sint Maarten. Bonaire has a team, but it isn't a FIFA member. It's confusing. Nonetheless, after playing in the Dutch second division and briefly in Azerbaijan, Reno brought him in for the 2020 season. He has yet to appear for the Nevadan team.
Dominican Republic: Rafael Díaz (Sacramento Republic)
  • Backup goalkeeper for Sacramento Republic, Rafael Díaz has spent his entire career in the lower leagues of American soccer. From the PDL and NPSA, he moved to Energy Drink Jr., playing 21 times in the league across 3 seasons. Since joining Sacramento in 2018, he's played 8 times across all competitions. Uncapped internationally, he's nearly a decade younger than his nation's first two choices, so there's still hope!
French Guiana: Thomas Vancaeyezeele (Pittsburgh Riverhounds)
  • Born in Caen in France, Vancaeyezeele spent his youth career with his hometown club, having short spells at lower-league French and Spanish sides before attending the University of Charleston. He played for the now-defunct Florida Adrenaline, and Mississippi Brilla, before joining Pittsburgh following a trial spell. Internationally, he represents French Guiana, eligible through his grandparents. Though they aren't a FIFA member as a department of France, they participate in CONCACAF competitions, and he's played in the Nations League.
Grenada: Arthur Paterson (Charleston Battery)
  • A Florida native, Paterson played for Wright State in Ohio, he was passed up by NYCFC and landed at Bethlehem Steel, where he played a single match in 2018. At Charleston ever since, he was an important part of their 2019 playoff push at left-back, scoring 4 and assisting 2 in 23 matches across all competitions. Eligible through his father, Paterson has 9 caps for Grenada, with 4 goals in Nations League play. In his last match against Belize, he ran out as captain.
Italy: Daniele Proch (North Carolina)
  • Somehow, Daniele Proch is the only USLC representative from the great footballing nation of Italy. Coming up through academy systems in the north of his home country, he spent time at Serie D side Dro before playing at Catawba and Duke in the U.S. Signing with NCFC ahead of this season, it's his first fully professional contract. The forward debuted in the season opener, coming on as an 87th-minute substitute.
Lesotho: Napo Matsoso (Louisville City)
  • Originally from Maseru, capital of the small southern African enclaved nation, the 26-year-old midfielder attended and played for University of Kentucky in Lexington. Spending a few summers on loan at Derby City Rovers and Reading United, he was a draft pick for New England Revolution, though he never appeared for the senior team. Joining Lou City from Mississippi Brilla in 2018, he's since appeared 29 times in all competitions, scoring 5 in the USLC. For his nation he's played twice, though not since 2017; Lesotho mainly draws from their domestic league and their neighbor, South Africa.
Malawi: Yamikani Chester (Las Vegas Lights)
  • 25-year-old striker Yamikani Chester played for domestic clubs Tigers and Mighty Wanderers, he signed with Czech side Vyskov, immediately taking a loan spell at North Carolina FC for 2019. At the end of that campaign he signed for LV Lights. To date, he's only made one appearance for the Vegas side, an 86th minute sub in a 2-1 loss to San Diego. He has 10 caps for his national side, but he's been limited to qualification tournaments, as Malawi rarely competes outside regional cups.
Mauritius: Ashley Nazira (San Diego Loyal)
  • Starting out at domestic club Boulet Rouge, he led the league in scoring four of his five seasons. He signed with San Diego ahead of their inaugural season, uniquely becoming the first Mauritian professional in American soccer. However, he has yet to appear for Donovan's side, making the squad just once as an unused substitute. He debuted for the island nation in 2015 aged 20, and has appeared in 16 matches with 7 goals since.
Montenegro: Emrah Klimenta (San Diego Loyal)
  • Montenegrin utility defender Emrah Klimenta was born in Yugoslavia, but is eligible for the modern nation as the successor of the former federal state. Having grown up in the United States, he came through the youth systems of Slovakian side Zilina and FC Ingolstadt of Germany. His entire senior career has been in California, except a brief stint at Reno. From the now-defunct NPSL Bay Area Ambassadors, he found success at Sacramento Republic from 2014 to 2017. After a brief spell at LA Galaxy, he moved back to Sac for the rest of 2018, before helping Reno in their playoff push in 2019. After debuting in 2016, he's racked up 7 caps for his nation.
Morocco: Younes Boudadi (Reno 1868)
  • Born in Ypres, Belgium, Boudadi came up through the youth teams of Bruges before moving stateside for the college game. Spending 2 years each at Boston College and Creighton, he spent summers playing with PDL side Boston Bolts, and NPSL team Laredo Heat. Eligible through heritage (I couldn't find a good source), he's represented Morocco at Under-17 and Under-20 youth levels, most prominently in their appearance at the 2013 U-17 World Cup, helping them win their group before exiting in the round of 16.
Niger: Abdoul Kairou Amoustapha (Loudoun United)
  • Aged just 19, the Nigerien forward joined the DC United reserves earlier this year from Niamey club ASN Nigelec. I can barely find any information on this player, but he hasn't made the matchday squad in either of their games this season. He has, however, made appearances for Niger at Under-17, -20, and -23 levels. He was in the squad for their appearance at the 2017 U-17 World Cup in India. He featured as a substitute in a 4-0 group loss to Spain and started a 2-0 loss to Brazil. Advancing on third-place ranking, he was an unused sub in a round of 16 loss to Ghana.
North Macedonia: Xhelil Asani (Pittsburgh Riverhounds)
  • Though just 24 years of age, left-wingback Asani has built a diverse CV of clubs. Brief stints in lower-league Macedonian teams Napredok, Vellazerimi 77, Bylis Barish, and Metalurg Skopje preceded his first move abroad to Maltese top-flight Pembroke Athleta in 2016, and again to Torpedo Bel-AZ Zhodino in Belarus before returning to his home country with Shkendija. As if that weren't enough, he played briefly at Mash'al Mubarak in Uzbekistan, Mladost Doboj Kakanj in Bosnia, and SKA Khabarovsk in the ass-end of Russia before finally joining the Pittsburgh team before this season. He's made the bench 4 times, but has yet to debut. I'm exhausted after writing that.
Palestine: Nazmi Albadawi (North Carolina)
  • Born in Raleigh, he played for North Carolina schools Wake Tech and NC State, spending summers with the RailHawks' U-23 side. He moved up to the senior team in 2014, appearing over 100 times in all competitions before a move to FC Cincinnati ahead of their final USL season. Scoring 11 in 31 from attacking midfield, he stayed with the Ohioans in their MLS expansion, though he was loaned back to NCFC after one MLS appearance. He made his return permanent before this season, and has captained one of his two appearances this season. Eligible for Palestine through his parents, he's played for the west Asian team 9 times, scoring the winner against Pakistan on his debut.
Paraguay: Erik Lopez (Atlanta United Jr.)
  • On loan from his hometown Club Olimpia, the 18-year-old striker joined the Atlanta reserves on loan just earlier this month, and is set for a permanent move in 2021. He has yet to appear for the club, though in 2019 he appeared 16 times for Olimpia, scoring 4 in the league. He's already played for Paraguay at the Under-23 level, featuring in 2 losses during CONMEBOL Olympic qualification.
Philippines: Niko de Vera (Portland Timbers Jr.)
  • Born in Washington state, young left-back Niko de Vera spent time in the Portland Timbers youth setup before playing 60 games over 3 years at University of Akron. Playing with the Timbers' U-23 team in the PDL, after college New York Energy Drink drafted him, and he played for their USL reserve team in 2018. He returned to the Timbers organization ahead of the 2019 season, playing for the 2-team ever since. Eligible through his father, he was called up for World Cup qualification in 2019. However, he has yet to debut, making the bench just once, against China.
Poland: Dariusz Formella (Sacramento Republic)
  • Hailing from Gdynia on Poland's Baltic coast, left-winger Formella made his professional start at his hometown club, Arka Gdynia in the Ekstraklasa, in the 2012/13 season. He was then employed by Polish giants Lech Poznan from 2013-2018, but with several short loan spells back to Arka, Pogon Szczecin, and Rakow Czestochowa, where he earned valuable playing time. The last of these signed him permanently for 2018/19, but he came stateside and joined Sacramento ahead of 2019. He's played 15 times for them so far, including 2 goals against Tacoma the other week. He's progressed through the Polish national youth levels, appearing for the U-16, -17, -18, -19, -20, and -21 teams. He has yet to make his senior debut.
Russia: Valeri Saramutin (Austin Bold)
  • Born in Camden, New Jersey, he's eligible for Russia through his parents. Aged 25, he graduated Dynamo Moscow's youth academy to debut for the senior team, also playing for the reserve team. On Dynamo's books from 2012-2017, he moved to Dynamo St. Petersburg, playing in the Russian second division in 2017/18 before a brief stint with Veles Moscow in the tier below. He's been with the Texan club since their inaugural campaign, playing 30 games in midfield in their playoff push and their Cup run. For Russia, he's appeared at Under-16, -17, -18, and -19 levels.
Rwanda: Abdul Rwatubyaye (Colorado Springs Switchbacks)
  • Sandwiched between Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of he Congo, the small nation Rwanda only has one player in the USLC. Abdul Rwatubyaye, aged 23, started out in the youth system of Armee Patriotique Rwandaise, one of several major clubs in the capital, Kigali. He made his professional debut at crosstown club Isonga, before moving back to A.P.R., and eventually to Rayon Sports for a season. An MLS prospect, he joined Sporting KC early in 2018, making 2 appearances for the senior team and 1 for the reserves before moving to Colorado mid-season. Since joining the Switchbacks, he's played 25 games at center-back, scoring 4 along the way. Internationally, he's played 25 times, becoming a regular since his debut in 2015.
Serbia: Ilija Ilić (Indy Eleven)
  • Born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia in what's now Serbia, Ilić progressed through the youth teams in his hometown, including a brief loan to third-division side FK Sopot. After a collegiate career at Young Harris, with summer spells at PDL side Ocala Stampede, he joined Louisville City in 2015. He quickly became a regular in attack, with 91 appearances in all competitions from 2015-2018, helping them to two consecutive postseason titles. Joining Indiana's capital team ahead of 2019, he hasn't found the same success, playing just 22 times since. He has not yet been capped by Serbia.
St. Kitts and Nevis: Atiba Harris (Oklahoma City Energy)
  • The oldest player on this list, the 35-year-old defender is a veteran of MLS. After brief employment in Spain at the start of his career, he joined Real Salt Lake for the 2006 and 2007 seasons. Staying in MLS, he was an important player for several teams in one or two-year spells. After a second spell with FC Dallas, playing 84 league games between 2015-2017, he spent the first half of 2018 at Mexican third-tier side Murcielagos, before joining OKC midway through the season. He's become a key player ever since, becoming club captain in 2019 and appearing in nearly every game for them since. He also captains his national team, appearing dozens (I keep seeing conflicting figures, but at least 41) times since 2003. Notably, he scored a hat-trick in the nation's joint-best-ever result, 10-0 over Saint Martin in the Nations League.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: Kyle Edwards (Rio Grande Valley Toros)
  • At just 23 years old, the right-sided midfielder has already had a diverse playing career. Starting out at domestic club System 3 aged 16, he moved abroad to Antigua & Barbudan club Grenades from 2015-2017. Concurrent with his college career at Ranger College and UT-RGV in Texas, he played for PDL teams Houston Dutch Lions and Brazos Valley, before signing with RGV Toros ahead of the 2020 season. He's had just 3 of their 5 games this season, but he is a senior international, debuting in 2014, aged 17. He's earned 15 caps, mostly in friendlies, and has yet to score for his nation.
Tanzania: Ally Hamis Ng'anzi (Loudoun Utd.)
  • Born in Mwanza and raised in Dar es Salaam, the 19-year-old midfielder signed for DC United's reserves ahead of the current season. He began his career at domestic club Singida United, he signed for Czech third-tier Vyskov in 2018. His first move to American soccer was a loan spell at Minnesota United, who in turn loaned him to USL1's Forward Madison for 2019, where he played a handful of matches. He has yet to play for his current club. He's represented his nation at Under-17 and U-20 levels. He's also trained with the U-23 team, though hasn't appeared at that level yet.
Togo: Shalom Dutey (Charlotte Independence)
  • The young left-back is in his first professional contract, after playing college ball with nearby Liberty University. Born to Togolese parents and raised in Charlotte, he spent a spell with USL2 side Charlotte Eagles in the 2019 season. At just 22 years of age, I haven't found much information about him. While he hasn't yet played for his USL team, he's earned several honors in his youth career, including high school All-American, and USL2 Southern Conference Team of the Season.
Turks and Caicos Islands: Billy Forbes (Austin Bold)
  • The 29-year-old Turks and Caicos Islander has spent his entire career in the American lower leagues. Coming through Western Texas College and Lubbock Christian University, he played for PDL Mississippi Brilla for a summer after graduation, before moving to now-defunct WV King's Warriors in West Virginia, also of the PDL. He moved to NASL team San Antonio Scorpions for 2014 and 2015, their last two seasons of existence, before moving to Rayo OKC in 2016. He first came to the USL with San Antonio FC in 2017 and 2019, with a season at Phoenix in between. He signed for Austin ahead of this season, making two substitute appearances so far. He debuted for his nation in 2008, appearing 13 times, 8 as captain.
Phew. I started writing this post a week ago today, and a couple players have joined USL clubs since then, but none with unique nationalities. If there's anything to be learned here, it's that A) a lot of these players are defenders, and specifically left-backs for some reason, and B) I should have broken this up into smaller, more manageable pieces. For my next project I'm doing an overview of football in EU overseas territories. Because why not.
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