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Led by Foreman, a tough Carolina Panthers team is somehow in the playoff hunt at 3-7

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This time no one took a helmet off, no one missed a game-winning kick and absolutely no one stayed dry. The Carolina Panthers’ 25-15 upset win over the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday night in Charlotte continued their maddeningly inconsistent season and meant their faint playoff hopes, even at 3-7, haven’t died. Like D’Onta Foreman climbing into the crowd — which the running back did, in a sort-of Lambeau Leap that was more of a Carolina Crawl and required a push from a teammate to complete — the Panthers rose again. This was tough stuff in the most literal sense, as the Panthers acted like the bigger brother to a Falcons team that got both outplayed and out-physicaled. Carolina keeps trying to establish that sort of identity and on this night, one fit for a snorkel, it worked. "As a defensive guy, I understand there’s nothing more demoralizing than having 200-something yards run on you," said Panthers head coach Steve Wilks, who improved to 2-3 in his interim role. "It just kills your morale." No one in the NFC South has a winning record entering Sunday’s slate of games, and so the Panthers are still in last place but quite alive in an embarrassingly down division. They have beat up on the other patsies, going 3-1 against the NFC South and 0-6 against everyone else. Foreman’s 31-carry, 130-yard, man-of-the-people night was the headliner, along with the defense. Foreman said his climb amid the fans was just "something I always wanted to do. I actually just wanted to get into the stands." He also said the stunt knocked over at least one fan’s beer and sent it "bursting," but no one seemed to mind. The Panthers wore all black and debuted a black helmet for the first time in franchise history, and the look that was supposed to make the team look meaner somehow worked, too. Bring out the black helmets more than once a year if they’re going to have that sort of effect — Carolina had five sacks and harassed Falcons quarterback Marcus Mariota all night.

How Nick Chubb, Amari Cooper have driven Browns red zone success: Film Review

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In the NFL, red zone success can be linked to scoring touchdowns, not field goals. In 2020, Cleveland ranked fourth in the league with a 73% touchdown scoring rate in red zone. Currently, the Browns are 11th with a 61% rate. In the last two games, the offense has scored six touchdowns in nine trips in the red zone. Red zone efficiency and production is a microcosm of the overall success that the Browns have had in the last two games. In both, the loss to Baltimore and the dominant win over the Bengals, the offense had an impressive 776 yards.

California Golden Bears Q&A with Write For California

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Justin Wilcox took over for the all-offense, no-defense Sonny Dykes, who was also an almost exactly .500 coach (at least, if you give him a mulligan for a disastrous year zero in 2013). Dykes was not a great cultural fit in Berkeley and spent much of his last 1-2 years looking for other jobs, so Wilcox was about trying to find a guy who understood Cal and would recruit California generally and the Bay Area specifically. That Wilcox also happened to be defensively minded was probably another plus in the minds of those running Cal athletics at the time. And sure enough, he immediately fixed Cal’s defense and immediately broke Cal’s offense, and that baseline reality hasn’t particularly changed across his entire tenure. Cal fans generally really like Wilcox as a person and program leader; he’s patient, squeaky clean, says all the right things, impresses all the right people. He’s led a couple of fun upset wins and broke a couple of miserable rivalry losing streaks to USC and Stanford. But there’s frustration at how clearly the program has plateaued and the inability of the current regime to figure out how to build an average offense. Not enough frustration that I’d expect any kind of coaching change, but frustration nonetheless. Pat Rick Note: I refuse to move on from this question without posting THE Justin Wilcox GIF, so let’s just get it out of the way now so we can keep going.

Garfield High star Dalayah Daniels set to make impact after transferring home to UW

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The University of Washington wasn’t on Dalayah Daniels’ list initially. The former Garfield High standout has circled back. Daniels transferred from California to her hometown Huskies and after the first week of practice is already enjoying her "home within a home" — in addition to home-home, which is nearby. NFL Webcast is the site that allows you to stream various NFL games live, which you can do without signing up for any subscription service.

Daniel Scott Named To Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List

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Daniel Scott was one of 42 student-athletes named as candidates for the Lott IMPACT Trophy when the preseason watch list for the prestigious honor was announced by the Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation at a luncheon Thursday. Are you awake? Watch sports. How to watch the 2023 Rugby World Cup finals live without cable The award is named after Pro Football Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott and annually goes to college football's Defensive IMPACT Player of the Year – a player who has had the biggest impact on his team both on and off the field. IMPACT stands for Integrity, Maturity, Performance, Academics, Community and Tenacity, all characteristics exhibited by Lott during his illustrious playing career. Cal's Daymeion Hughes won the Lott IMPACT Trophy in 2006 two seasons after the award made its 2004 debut, while Evan Weaver was a finalist in 2019 and Mike Mohamed a quarterfinalist in 2010.

Homa Wins Wells Fargo Championship Victory Is Fourth PGA TOUR Win For Former Cal Men's Golfer

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Former Cal men's golfer Max Homa won his fourth career PGA TOUR event and second of the season Sunday when he captured the Wells Fargo Championship for the second time in the last four years. The victory was also the 12th overall by a Cal men's golfer on the PGA TOUR with the other winners five-time PGA TOUR champion Collin Morikawa, two-time winner James Hahn and Michael Kim. All 12 victories have come since Hahn became the first Cal player to capture a PGA TOUR event in 2015 at the Northern Trust Open. Guide to Watch NFR live stream 2022 & Wrangler National Finals Rodeo free online streaming exclusively on CBS Sports Network.

Cahse Garbers Breakdown by NFL Analyst

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Crush Meaning In Hindi किसे कहते हैं और क्या है ?

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Crush Meaning In Hindi किसे कहते हैं और क्या है ? दोस्तों आजकल स्कूलों कॉलेजों में कुछ रोमान्टिक शब्दों का व्यवहार बहुत ज्यादा है । और इसका सोर्स खासकर सोशल मीडिया ही है । दोस्तों की मटरगश्ती में अक्सर ये शब्द एक दूसरे पर फेंके जाते हैं और कुछ तो इनको समझ लेते हैं वहीं दूसरी ओर कुछ दोस्त समझ भी नहीं पाते और दोस्तों के मजाक का पात्र भी बन जाते हैं । क्रश भी एक ऐसा शब्द है । क्रश का मतलब होता है, वो लड़का या लड़की, जिसपर आपका दिल आया हुआ हो, लेकिन आपने उससे ऐसा कहा नहीं हो । वैसे तो इस शब्द का मतलब होता है नई जवानी का पहला प्यार । लेकिन फिर भी आजकल खासे जवान लोगों के प्यार को भी क्रश कहा जाने लगा है, खासकर तब जबकि वो इसका इजहार नहीं कर रहे हों, लेकिन दिल में पाले हुए हों । तो दोस्तों समझ गए ना क्रश का मतलब ? इस शब्द का प्रयोग दो तरह से होता है । एक तो adjective के तौर पर । जैसे Who is your only crush in this group? इस ग्रुप में तुम्हारा इकलौता क्रश कौन है ? दूसरा -एक भाववाचक संज्ञा के रूप में - I have crush upon you. मुझे तुमपर प्यार आ गया है । यदि आपको ये लेख पसन्द आया हो और आप ऐसे ही मनोरंजक लेख आगे भी पढ़ना चाहते हों तो सब्स्क्राइब बटन दबाएँ ।

Fun Fact!

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I wonder what Frosted Flakes are meant to do... "They're great!" Right?