Monthly Archives: November 2017

Kamara is a big-play threat on the ground and as a receiver.

It’s a combination of factors. Bowman has been dealing with injuries over the past few years, missing all of 2014 with ACL and MCL tears, then missing all of 2016 with an Achilles injury. The biggest reason is that the 49ers have a promising rookie waiting in the wings (first round pick Reuben Foster) and Bowman would have been a $12 million cap hit in 2018 if he remained on the roster.

This lets the 49ers move forward and give Foster reps as he returns from his own injury, and the team can prep for 2018 because at this point they’re 0-5 and done this season.

First of all, let me just say, that Twitter handle is brilliant. I’m a little bummed I didn’t think of it for my burner accounts. @LeaveCharAlone69696 doesn’t pack the same punch as the eloquent elegance of @forargument, which doesn’t appear to exist anymore, but routinely spoke up in defense of Goodell on the worst social media site in the world:

Ingram is well-rounded and reliable as a runner, receiver, and a blocker.

Peterson says he believes things will work out in some type of way. But it’s clear that Peterson’s the odd man out in this backfield.

While Ben Roethlisberger is coming off a career-worst five-interception game, Alex Smith is playing the best football of his life. The MVP frontrunner hasn’t turned the ball over all season and will put his league-leading 125.8 passer rating on the line against the league’s top-ranked passing defense.

The good news for the slumping Roethlisberger is that he’s 6-0 in games he’s started and finished against the Chiefs, according to ESPN. Last week, the veteran wondered if he was washed up sarcastically at least, but like in vino veritas, in losing to the Jags by three touchdowns veritas.

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Oklahoma softball star Paige Parker pitches so hard she blew away Royals players

Good luck catching Paige Parker’s pitches not even the professionals could do it.

Parker, a star softball player at the University of Oklahoma, got the chance to throw out the first pitch at a Kansas City Royals game last week two weeks after the Sooners won the national championship for the second year is a row. But before she even made it to the mound, she was blowing away Royals players with her incredible arm:

Some of their reactions were really cool, so that’s something I won’t ever forget, Parker said in a story on the University of Oklahoma’s website. They were pretty shocked about how much my ball moved. I think they were especially fascinated by my rise ball because they never see that.

Until now, the masked hero’s identity was largely a secret. All we knew about The Freeze was his super speed, his fly outfit, and his ability to easily beat any competitor in a race around the outfield.

But wonder no more the man behind the mask has been revealed. According to The Washington Post, the mysterious hero is a 26-year-old track athlete and member of the Braves ground crew named Nigel Talton. He first donned the superhero getup this year when the Braves saw his speed in another between-innings race and decided to make him the star of a new one built around his speed.

That game became Beat the Freeze, and The Freeze became a star.

When the supersuit goes on, Nigel Talton turns into … The Freeze. But the rest of the time, he’s living the normal side of his dual life as a school security guard and track student-athlete at Kennesaw State. While Talton is a busy guy, we’re lucky that he has time to be a hero even if only between innings.

And for now, he looks invincible.

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