Join us next Monday!
NO SHAVE NOVEMBER WRAP UP PARTY!!!
Place: The Grill
5724 Patterson Avenue, RVA 23226
Party starts at 730p!
Come out support Massey Cancer Center, See the Beards!! Win some great Door prizes and watch Monday Night Football.
Door Prizes that will be given out:
1 – pair of Washington Capital tickets
2 – 4pks of WWE tickets
3 - $20 gift cards from Chanellos
1 - $25 gift card to Legends
1 - $25 gift card to Wing Zone
2 - $25 gift cards to Carytown Burgers & Fries
3 - $25 gift cards to Baja Bean Co.
1 – VT prize pack with Beamer Bobblehead and pair of VT bball tickets
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MY TIME: 1 HOUR 57 MINUTES 42 seconds--winner, winner, chicken dinner!
Tuesday Takeaways from Week 10
1) The more I look at Carolina the more they have me interested. I am not ready to put them above Seattle or New Orleans in the NFC. I'm not even ready to put them ahead of the Saints in the NFC South. However at #2 in Defense (4th in passing #2 in Run and plus 8 in Giveaway/Takeaway), the Panthers really showed something after winning their 5th in a row, this time going across the country to beat San Fran.
I'm not ready to go all in on on Carolina but they will have a national stage to make some believers this Monday vs New England and the following week vs New Orleans.
Second takeaway from Week 10, Detroit has a HUGGGGGGGE window of opportunity in front of them at 6-3 after a win against Chicago at Soldier Field.
The Bears are now 5-4 with many questions around their QB. Green Bay is starting their 3rd stringer who I've never heard of and they could find themselves falling to far back before or if Aaron Rodgers makes a return.
Detroit also has this for a remaining schedule: @Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay, Green Bay, @Philly, Bal, NYG, and @Minnesota.
The Lions must win this division.
and My 3rd and Final Takeaway on this weekend after the Redskins fold after 2.5 quarters, after the Giants win their 3rd in a row, the Eagles are now at 5-5, and the Cowboys get shredded by the Saints, I once again declare I don't know who will in the NFC East and.....I am starting to not care.
Right now, considering the NFC South and NFC West, the NFC East will produce 1 playoff team in its Division Champ. And unless, it's the Eagles on the road ( 5-1 road, 0-4 home), I am not giving anybody a chance in a playoff game.
I wouldn't pick a team in this division over Carolina, Seattle, New Orleans, and Detroit right now.
Whoever does win this Division it'll be a one and done run.
This division stinks.
ACC Football: Players of the Week Announced
Virginia Tech and Duke each have three players honored
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Virginia Tech and Duke each placed three players on the list of Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week honorees after their teams won important league games on Saturday.
Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas was named the ACC Offensive Back of the Week after leading the Hokies to a Coastal Division road win at 14th-ranked Miami. Hokies center David Wang was named the ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week, and Joshua Stanford earned ACC Co-Receiver of the Week honors.
Duke redshirt freshman DeVon Edwards was named the ACC Rookie of the Week after returning two interceptions for touchdowns and returning a kickoff 100 yards for another score in a 38-20 win over NC State. The Blue Devils’ Kenny Anunike was recognized as the ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week, and Kelby Brown as ACC Co-Linebacker of the Week.
Florida State’s Kermit Whitfield, whose 97-yard kickoff return closed out the scoring in the third-ranked Seminoles’ 59-3 win at Wake Forest that clinched a berth in the 2013 Dr Pepper ACC Championship Game, earned recognition as ACC Specialist of the Week. Other honorees include Miami’s Allen Hurns as ACC Co-Receiver of the Week, Boston College’s Steele Divitto as Co-ACC Linebacker of the Week and Pitt’s Ray Vinopal as ACC Defensive Back of the Week.
OFFENSIVE BACK – Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech, Sr.-R, QB, 6-6, 260, Lynchburg, Va.
Thomas led the way as the Hokies went on the road and upset No. 14 Miami to get back into the thick of the Coastal Division chase. The redshirt senior connected on 25 of 31 passes (80.6 percent) with two touchdowns and no interceptions for 366 yards while running for 42 yards to give him 408 yards of total offense. Thomas’ first touchdown throw set a school record for career scoring passes, and he became the first quarterback under veteran head coach Frank Beamer to have 300 or more yards passing in back-to-back games.
OFFENSIVE LINEMAN – David Wang, Virginia Tech, Jr.-R, C, 6-2, 291, Ashburn, Va.
Playing all 81 snaps, Wang had a big game for the Hokies up front in the win at Miami, helping pave the way for 549 yards of total offense (183 rushing; 366 passing). Wang graded out at 86 percent for the game and recorded a career-high 16 knockdowns in the conference road win.
CO-RECEIVER – Joshua Stanford, Virginia Tech, Fr.-R, WR, 6-1, 189, Mississauga, Ontario
For the second game in a row, Stanford played a big role in the Hokies’ offensive attack, this time in the important Coastal Division road win at No. 14 Miami. Stanford caught a career-high seven passes for 107 yards and a touchdown, a nifty 32-yarder that gave Tech a 28-14 lead in the second quarter.
Florida State -35 Ding!
Carolina +6.5 Ding!
Saints -6.5 DING,DING,DING!!!
5-0 Weekend 36-19 (overall)
3 Topics at 3pm:
The Mayor's Bottom Plan with Ballpark
The Hokies come to life
and Another story filled Sunday in the NFL.