Malcolm Neil Deputy, age 79 of Sunman, IN passed away Thursday, May 5, 2016 at Vitas Hospice in Cincinnati, OH. Born January 10, 1937 in Seymour, IN but raised in Deputy, IN, he was the son of the late Kenneth & Lois (Foster) Deputy.Malcolm received his master’s degree from Hanover College and retired as a High School Teacher. He was a member of the Church on the Rock Assembly of God in Batesville.Malcolm is survived by his wife Lourdes (Maranan) Deputy, children Sean Deputy, Mark Deputy, and Laura Rinkle and stepchildren Carl Cabrera, Charlotte Cabrera, & Caroline Abalos. He will also be missed by his 7 grandchildren, 6 step grandchildren and siblings Kenny Deputy, Sarah Wiseman & Jenny Anderson.A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, May 13, 2016, 3:00pm at Church on the Rock Assembly of God with Pastor Roger Dean officiating. Memorials are suggested to Church on the Rock Assembly of God. Online condolences at www.meyersfuneralhomes.com
Though the official transition period does not begin until April, Undergraduate Student Government officials are already working to train their successors and ensure continuity when the torch is passed to the new administration.A recent amendment to the USG bylaws requires new senators to take a test on the responsibilities and processes required of their position. The test covers Senate meeting rules and bylaws.Other positions do not have this test, so Vice President Ashlie Chan said she encourages the incoming officers to ask a lot of questions to be sure they understand their duties.“For every other position, there are no tests or guidelines to measure if you’re ready to fulfill the position,” Chan said. “What they should do is that they should just ask questions so that they can have a smaller margin of error.”Chan said that this year’s administration is taking particular care to make sure the transition is seamless.“The main difference is that we’re trying to be as thorough as possible,” she said.Chan said she transitioned easily into the vice presidential role because she had worked with USG before. She noted, however, that the process will vary by job.“The responsibilities the vice president had were very familiar to me, so I think it was successful last year,” Chan said. “It depends on what position and what person you ask, but I think, overall we had that general consensus, and I just want to make sure that its very similar for this year, too.”Some senator-elects said that it is difficult to come into the job without any USG experience.Senator-elect Karen Tsai, a freshman, said although some newly elected senators have student government experience, many of them do not and can be confused about USG’s practices.“Experience is really key,” Tsai said. “I think it would be helpful for the future senators to have knowledge about how things work.”Sophomore William Wang, commuter senator-elect, agreed that the skills required for a senatorial position are learned with time. But he commended the current senate on its attitude about educating the new members.“They’re very sociable, very open-minded and approachable, which cultivates our interest in the job,” Wang said. “They’re really helping us develop. They’re definitely doing everything they can to educate the new senate.”The elected senators are currently attending Senate pre-meetings to find out more about their responsibilities. The current senators delegate their current business legislations and projects to the new senators so they will be able to continue those projects. The current senators are also working with Vice President-elect Nehi Ogbevoen to ensure that they understand his expectations.“The old administration teaches us the key points in terms of how to write a resolution and best allocate your time,” Tsai said.Residential Senator Tim Sae Koo said he thinks the transition process is going well, though he noted that a number of the new senators have been very shy.“They don’t know what to expect a lot of times, they’re really quiet,” he said. “But they’re ambitious at the same time. They have the ability and mind-set to tackle the problems, so we really want to clear things up and tell them what their job is, which is to focus on their constituents and their problems and relay them back to USG.”Another concern with the transition process is the continuation of in-progress projects. Though the current administration can make suggestions, the next administration usually tries to complete things that were listed on their platforms when they campaigned.“Ultimately, it’s Chris and Nehi’s decision to finish the projects that they want and to start new ones that they’ve created themselves,” Chan said. “The projects that are lost in the transition are ones that they don’t want to pursue or are not feasible anymore … ones that are lost probably didn’t have a lot of weight or progress on them anyway.”Some projects that Chan hopes the next administration will continue are improvements to the Lyon center, a new health center, security in the libraries, improvements for Campus Cruiser, heating lamps outside Trojan Grounds, making The Row a private street and extending Thanksgiving break, President-elect Chris Cheng said.Chan said, although the people they work with will differ because of different availability of various administrators, she and President Holden Slusher have compiled a list of administrators they have worked closely with and intend to pass it on to the next administration.“I don’t think they are necessarily starting from scratch,” Chan said. “They are going to be able to go off of what USG has already established with its reputation.”On top of one-on-one training, the old administration is putting all the important documents of each branch on flash drives so that they can reduce the possibility of losing files.“The big focus that they have is to have a smooth transition,” Cheng said. “One thing that’s different is that they’re being a lot more sustainable — they’re digitizing everything. We were donated all these different thumb drives and everything is going on the thumb drives for the transition, instead of a transition folder or binder that can get lost.”
http://http://vimeo.com/9223522Herald sports editors Adam Holt and Max Henson preview the Camp Randall Hockey ClassicFor the Wisconsin women’s hockey team, never before has such a critical series been mixed with so much cheerfulness.Wisconsin (15-10-3, 12-9-1) will meet Bemidji State (8-13-7, 7-8-7) this weekend in a showdown for third place in the WCHA under special circumstances.The two teams will clash in the first ever outdoor hockey game in women’s WCHA history in the Culver’s Camp Randall Hockey Classic.While the outdoor battle will most certainly kindle nostalgic feelings of the game’s roots for the Badgers, this weekend’s series is pivotal in the push for the postseason.UW stands one point ahead of BSU in the WCHA standings for third place and rests one spot outside the top eight in the polls.A series sweep could establish some breathing room between Wisconsin and the rest of the conference in hopes of clinching a home series in the WCHA playoffs and propel the team back into the national top eight and NCAA tournament.Senior forward Jasmine Giles recognized a balancing act between personal enjoyment and honest concentration would be required.“We want to have fun with this, you know, it’s something that no one else is going to be able to experience, so we want to be able to have smiles on our faces, but also take the series really seriously because it’s really important for us right now,” she said.“They’re nipping at our heels right now for that third spot, and nationally ranked, we’re just almost not really ranked anymore so from here on out we just got to make sure that we have fun but that we take this really seriously.”Although the outdoors is where many of players learned the sport, the change in scenery has presented some new elements that could affect the game.The Badgers began practicing on the outdoor rink Wednesday and after one practice, interim head coach Tracey DeKeyser and several players acknowledged the sun as the source of multiple fundamental changes.The contrast from the sun’s glare to darker shadowy areas will have an affect on the puck’s visibility while DeKeyser noted the ice did get a little slushy at one end of the rink. Giles went as far as to say it made it a “whole different game.”“There’s just so many different elements,” Giles said. “It was really difficult to skate and move the puck really well. So hopefully we get used to it a little better before the weekend.”Like Camp Randall’s regular athletes, the Badger skaters have donned eye black to reduce the sun’s glare.With the puck scheduled to drop at 2 p.m., the sun could have an impact over the game as long as clear skies are present. Regardless, sophomore forward Carolyne Prevost noted the speed of the puck will be increased.“I think the puck is going a lot faster,” she said. “I just think it’s going to be a quick game, and a lot faster than what we’re used to. We’re going to have to be ready for it, so this week we’re just preparing for that.”In their previous meeting this season, the Badgers split the series on the road. In the opening matchup, UW’s offense was outdone by BSU’s sophomore goalie, Zuzana Tomcikova, in a 1-0 shutout. Wisconsin fired back in the finale, winning 3-1.The Beavers, who in preseason polls were expected to finish last in the WCHA, have been a surprise team this year, in competing for a top four finish. DeKeyser characterized them as an advantageous unit.“They’re pretty good at getting odd man rushes against teams, simply because it’s not a very complex game,” she said. “They play it really simply, but they like to chip and go out of the zone and they really take advantage of defenses when pinching, so we have to be careful on our forecheck.”While Wisconsin’s struggles to take advantage of scoring opportunities has hurt the team all year, the Badgers have recently begun to execute more thoroughly, scoring 15 goals in the last four games — including five on the power play.Coming off a WCHA Rookie of the Week award after recording her first hat trick, freshman forward Brianna Decker thinks the offense has finally tied the loose ends together.“I think that our lines are finding a lot of chemistry now and I think that our heads are always up on the ice,” Decker said. “We’re finding sticks that we need to find and we’re crashing the net too, which is helping put the puck away.”
Published on November 16, 2017 at 10:35 pm Contact Nick: email@example.com | @nick_a_alvarez Facebook Twitter Google+ Isis Young was out of position and got beat. It was early in the fourth quarter and Syracuse’s lead hovered around 10 points as Maryland Eastern Shore broke the Orange press. A UMES player lofted a pass across the court to find a shooter on the left wing. Young, sprinting toward the baseline, knocked the pass away before it could reach its mark. The effort allowed SU to reset.After the Hawks inbounded, with the shot clock winding down, freshman center Amaya Finklea-Guity tipped a pass away. The ball rolled out of bounds and the buzzer sounded. The Orange had blanketed the Hawks into their third shot clock violation of the frame. The timely stop came in the middle of a 12-2 SU run that would put the game out of reach.“I thought in the second half we did a pretty good job of guarding them,” SU head coach Quentin Hillsman said. “…We played tough and got this thing done.”The Orange (2-0) conceded just 14 points in the second half of its 68-45 win over Maryland Eastern Shore (1-2) Thursday in the Carrier Dome. In a 12:27 block during the second half, the Hawks were limited to just one bucket before tacking on six points in garbage time. SU’s improved defensive effort limited the Hawks to shoot 25 percent from the field in the final 20 minutes.Four years ago, SU steamrolled UMES 113-42 and forced a season-best 31 turnovers. The first half of tonight’s game, however, gave the Hawks a glimmer of hope for an upset. The visitors ended the second quarter on a 16-5 run and went into the break only trailing by a 3-pointer.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“The first half they were attacking us early in the shot clock,” Hillsman said. “…We had to do a better job of getting in position. That’s totally on me.”The Hawks attacked the Orange zone and isolated Finklea-Guity in the high post. SU’s frontcourt switched too late and the Hawks converted layups. The Orange changed tactics coming out of the break and had its guards press higher in the zone, giving Hawks ball handlers less space to operate. Seven of UMES’ 22 turnovers came in the third quarter.Before settling in, Syracuse experimented in hope of finding the best lineup. Last season, SU had four seniors who were familiar with the zone. Thursday night, Hillsman utilized his bench in search of a stabilizer.Most of the decisions were reactionary. In the third quarter, junior Raven Fox failed to box out her assignment, Hillsman spun on his heel, pointed at Digna Strautmane and growled, “Raven.” The freshman rose and jogged to the scorer’s table. In the first half, Gabrielle Cooper was too late to cover a shooter in the corner and Hillsman threw his hands up and beckoned for a replacement on the bench.By the fourth quarter, SU’s adjustments had worked. The press cracked down and traps near half court were successful. UMES’ legs tired and the Hawks fell further behind. With 3:30 left, Tiana Mangakahia intercepted a pass intended to break the press, drove and extended SU’s lead to 23.“I think our pressure on the ball helped,” Mangakahia said. “… I think we did better this game than last game. We didn’t get beat as much.”Midway through the third, a Hawks player sprawled out, triggering a possession change. SU assistant coach Tammi Reiss crouched in front of the bench and yelled at the Orange to exert a similar energy. Later in the half, Finklea-Guity tipped a pass, collapsed on the ball and gave SU another possession. The Orange bench cheered and her teammates mobbed her.The defensive effort came, just a little later than expected.“Honestly, it wasn’t the prettiest game,” Hillsman said. “But I thought in the second half we played pretty well. I was really happy with our effort.” Comments
The Wisconsin men’s hockey team has had a rollercoaster-type season thus far. The young Badger squad has gone from wins over the nation’s best teams to tough losses against teams normally not thought to be competitive opponents.But despite all the inconsistency, the real learning curve for the team has come in the penalty box.Three key players over the last few weeks have received at least one-game suspensions from the NCAA for dangerous hits: senior alternate captain Eddie Wittchow and junior wingers Jedd Soleway and Aidan Cavallini. Wittchow’s three-game suspension for a hit to the head against Minnesota was a particularly brutal blow for the team, as he was forced to sit out an entire series against Alaska and one game against Michigan.“I obviously understand the suspension and you hate to see someone get hurt,” Wittchow said. “I had no intent to hurt on that play and I thought the league was a bit lofty in giving me three games.”Wittchow questioned the consistency in some of the suspensions, citing how punches have been thrown and the players responsible have seen reduced penalties since he was suspended.Head coach Mike Eaves said the situation is unfortunate, seeing as a lot of NHL guys like the physicality and toughness Wittchow brings to the ice, but the senior is still learning how to tame that aggressiveness.“[Wittchow] is a physical player and this isn’t the first one of these [suspensions] he’s had,” Eaves said. “But he has to learn to walk that fine line because he is such an imposing defenseman.”This chronic issue of being too aggressive on defense has plagued Wisconsin all season, racking up more than 12 penalty minutes per game and 118 minor penalties. The penalty minutes per game stat for the Badgers is almost an entire minute higher than the NCAA average of 11.4.These numbers are in direct opposition to the ongoing trend that penalties are rapidly declining in college hockey.“It’s on the defensive player in today’s game,” Eaves said. “You can’t lead with your head and you can’t hit a defenseless player. Back in the old days this wasn’t the case, but this is a new era and we have to adapt.”What is most alarming for Wisconsin is the three worst offenders in penalties have been all upperclassman. Out of only six upperclassman, four of them are the most penalized players on the team.This development puts the issue of big hits on the forefront of the team’s agenda in practice.“You hate to see this issue come up, but we’ve been doing a drill that is designed to get players to think about these kind of hits,” Eaves said. “In meetings and on the ice, it’s been addressed.”Even with the pretty serious fall in total penalty minutes in the NCAA from 15.7 in the 2002-03 season to only 11.4 this season, the NHL has dropped even more in the same time period (14.1 to 9.5). While some believe the dip in calls simply stems from a new breed of less strict referees, many around both leagues believe players are adjusting to meet the standard of cleaner hockey.The Wisconsin team isn’t extremely worried about what they’ve seen.“No player is going to complain about the NCAA trying to protect the us,” Wittchow said. “I’m a player too, I’ve had a concussion before and I have no problem with them cracking down.”In 2014-15, men’s college hockey players self-reported the second most concussions of any sport. Even though concussions in men’s hockey haven’t amounted to the head injuries epidemic present in women’s hockey, the NCAA has made it a point of interest to crack down on any hits on or around the head.But for Eaves, he hasn’t noticed much change in how games are being officiated, and doesn’t see that any change is necessary.“I haven’t really been noticing any changes this year,” Eaves said. “It has been the way its been since about five to six years ago when they started calling more hits from behind. Every year we have about one or two suspensions and we don’t see it as a huge problem.”Whatever the fix may be, the Badgers need to tighten up on penalties and hope some nagging injuries like the lower body injury to freshman Paxton Sexton heal up in the final stretch of this season.With a difficult Big Ten schedule remaining and an NCAA tournament bid far from reach without a conference championship, Wisconsin needs everyone to step up, regardless of the impact the rules are having on them.“All I know is that when I start thinking about what I can and can’t do in a game, that’s when I get into trouble,” Wittchow said. “Our motto this year has been rest, recover and improve — and that’s what I’m doing.”
Written By SUBSCRIBE TO US Arnold Dsouza Last Updated: 27th August, 2020 12:06 IST ‘Conor McGregor Begged Me Not To Kill Him’: Khabib Nurmagomedov On Their UFC 229 Bout UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov revealed his fierce rival Conor McGregor begged him to show mercy during their showdown at UFC 229 in October 2018. With the win over McGregor, Khabib took his undefeated streak to 27 wins and 0 losses. Following the UFC 229 bout, McGregor and Khabib continued to exchange verbal blows on social media. Later that year, Khabib’s manager, Ali Abdelaziz, spoke to TMZ and stated that McGregor will have to ‘get on his knees and beg for a rematch.’ However, McGregor shocked the UFC world when he announced his retirement from the sport in April 2019.ALSO READ: Anderson Silva Net Worth, UFC Last Fight, Retirement And Personal DetailsConor McGregor UFC returnDespite announcing his retirement for the second time in April 2019, McGregor returned to the Octagon in January 2020 and defeated Donald Cerrone in 40 seconds at UFC 246. McGregor initially vowed to fight at least there times in 2020 but his plans were hampered by the coronavirus pandemic. In June, McGregor announced his third retirement from the sport, citing that he was no longer enjoying his fighting. Earlier this month, UFC president Dana White confirmed that Conor McGregor will not return to the UFC until the end of 2020 at least. ALSO READ: Daniel Cormier To WWE? Vince McMahon And Team Reportedly Interested In Signing UFC LegendImage Credits – AP 3 weeks ago Conor McGregor celebrates engagement to Dee Devlin with romantic yacht trip to France WE RECOMMEND 2 weeks ago Conor McGregor demands responsibility & consistency from government amid COVID-19 pandemic COMMENT 1 month ago Conor McGregor takes a jibe at Khabib Nurmagomedov’s tweet, ridicules his style WATCH US LIVE FOLLOW US LIVE TV 1 month ago Khabib Nurmagomedov expresses desire to fight Georges St-Pierre after Justin Gaethje 2 weeks ago Conor McGregor to return to UFC? Irish star drops hint on Diaz rematch anniversary post UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov disclosed that Conor McGregor ‘begged’ him not to kill him during their blockbuster showdown at UFC 229. The McGregor vs Khabib fight ended in the fourth round of their super-fight after the Russian locked McGregor in a rear-naked chokehold and successfully retained his championship. Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov shared a heated build-up before their bout with Khabib now hinting that the tensions with the Irishman have only just begun to cool down. ALSO READ: Anderson Silva Says He Agreed Super-fight Against Conor McGregor But UFC Blocked The BoutMcGregor vs Khabib: Khabib Nurmagomedov explains why Conor McGregor doesn’t deserve a rematchWhile speaking to reporters from ESPN ahead of his fight against Dustin Poirier in 2019, Khabib Nurmagomedov revealed that Conor McGregor begged for mercy when the two of them shared the Octagon. Khabib Nurmagomedov was asked about a potential rematch with Conor McGregor in the future but rejected any possibility of facing McGregor again. “When we were in the Octagon, he begged me not to kill him. He tapped, so he doesn’t deserve a rematch”, said the Dagestani fighter.ALSO READ: Man United Transfer News: MUFC Add Sergio Romero In £70m Deal To Sign Jack GrealishUFC 229 highlights: McGregor vs KhabibIn October 2018, at the T-Mobile Arena, the stage was set for the highly-anticipated Conor McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov super-fight. The latter dominated the majority of the fight and appeared at ease on the big stage despite an ill-tempered buildup. In the fourth round of the fight, McGregor tapped after Khabib locked in a rear-naked chokehold. After the fight, members of both camps jumped inside the Octagon and were involved in a massive brawl. Nurmagomedov picked up a nine-month ban from the sport after he jumped out of the cage and had a skirmish with one of McGregor’s teammates. First Published: 27th August, 2020 12:06 IST
Kobe Bryant sighed as sat down at the press table. All of Bryant’s discomfort stemmed from his right shoulder that he described as “sore.”That sparked uncertainty on how many of the Lakers’ 18 remaining games he can play. “Hopefully all of them,” Bryant said after the Lakers’ 112-95 win over the Golden State Warriors on Sunday at Staples Center. “That’s wishful thinking, but hopefully.”Bryant posted 12 points on 4-of-14 shooting in 25 minutes and sat out the fourth quarter against Golden State. Bryant also missed three of the previous four games, while logging only 11 minutes in his final game in Denver. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Bryant said he mostly addressed the team’s post players not to stay in the paint on defense. “Kobe kept us on our toes. He was coaching us the whole game,” Lakers guard D’Angelo Russell said. “He was aggressive.”Lakers coach Byron Scott praised Bryant’s coaching. But Bryant has dismissed interest in that profession. Is that because other players could not match his abilities?“I know why people can’t do it the same way,” Bryant said. “They’re just lazy.”So Bryant has stressed repetition. “It’s about teaching them that it takes time and what to exactly look for,” Bryant said. “Once they figure that out, you see a lot of them put in the time.”Dark timesBryant’s memory on April 13, 2013 against the Warriors focused less on tearing his left Achilles tendon and more on something else. “I almost killed myself to try to get us into the postseason,” Bryant said. “To win that game and make the playoffs in that situation was great. We were playing some of our best basketball. I really liked our chances if I was healthy.”That did not happen. But Bryant secured a win against the Warriors by making a pair of free throws after his injury. “It was the right decision to make,” Bryant said. “Looking back now, I probably shouldn’t have done it.” He said itThe Lakers wore Bryant-themed socks called “The Final.” The socks, produced by Stance, featured a set colored in purple, gold, white and black with the number 2 on the right sock and 4 on the left.Bryant jokingly credited the Lakers’ win to “the power of the socks.”Injury updateThough the Lakers ruled Anthony Brown out for at least a month with a stress reaction in his right foot, Scott already suspected he won’t return this season. But Bryant downplayed his return coinciding with the game against the defending NBA champions in his last nationally televised game. “It feels more stable,” Bryant said of his shoulder. “The last game I was riding in the car, and if I jumped to turn on the radio and can’t move my arm, it’s not a good thing. I’m making sure it’s stable and making sure I can move it around freely.”Barking ordersBryant still influenced the game by providing pointed instruction from the bench. “Any time he thought there was any little slippage,” Lakers forward Julius Randle said, “he was on us.”
According to other media reports, Jones was arrested at Rising Sun Casino, which is located on the border of Indiana and Kentucky approximately one hour outside Cincinnati. Adam “Pacman” Jones has been arrested again.The free-agent cornerback was booked into the Dearborn County Law Enforcement Center in Indiana at 3:10 a.m. local time Wednesday, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported. It remains unknown why Jones was taken into custody, though a source told Eagle Country 99.3 that he is facing charges of public intoxication and disorderly conduct. Jail records state Jones also has an “out of county” warrant.Jones, 35, was arrested last July after being involved in a fight with an employee at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta. One month later, the Broncos signed him to a one-year deal.After spending the majority of his career with the Bengals from 2010-17, Jones played seven games with Denver before being released in November.
The preseason schedule has already been announced earlier this month. The official 2019 NFL schedule reveal will occur April 17 at 8 p.m. ET, but if you don’t like to wait, then we’ve gathered some of the reported leaks so far.NFL schedule leaks seem to happen every year as people just can’t contain themselves by keeping a small bit of information less than 24 hours ahead of the official announcement. We already know who the opponents are going to be for each team, but the dates of those matchups are still TBD until Wednesday night. 2019 NFL SCHEDULES:Steelers | Cowboys | Packers | 49ers | Seahawks | Browns | PatriotsNFL schedule leaks 2019Before we dive in, it’s worth noting that everything listed below is merely rumor and not actually confirmed. These are just reports from various sources on the NFL schedule. We’ll go through each week to try and keep things organized.Week 1Bears vs. Packers — TNF (confirmed by league)Jets vs. Bills (via NYDN)Dolphins vs. Ravens (via Palm Beach Post)Patriots vs. Steelers — SNF (via The Athletic)Cowboys vs. Giants (via NJ.com)Eagles vs. Redskins (via Philly.com)Saints vs. Texans — MNF (via The Athletic)Bucs vs. 49ers (via NBC Sports Bay Area)Jaguars vs. Chiefs (via Yahoo Sports)Browns vs. Titans (via 247 Sports)Week 2Jets vs. Browns — MNF (via NYDN)Dolphins vs. Patriots (via The Athletic)Saints vs. Rams (via The Athletic)Giants vs. Bills (via NorthJersey.com)Vikings vs. Packers (via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)Week 3Patriots vs. Jets (via NYDN)Seahawks vs. Saints (via Forbes)Bucs vs. Giants (via NorthJersey.com)49ers vs. Steelers (via NBC Sports Bay Area)Week 4Bills vs. Patriots (via The Athletic)Saints vs. Cowboys (via Forbes)Giants vs. Redskins (via NorthJersey.com)Week 5Bears vs. Raiders — Tottenham (confirmed by league)Eagles vs. Jets (via NYDN)Redskins vs. Patriots (via The Athletic)Saints vs. Bucs (via Forbes)Giants vs. Vikings (via NorthJersey.com)Week 6Bucs vs. Panthers — Tottenham (confirmed by league)Jets vs. Cowboys (via NYDN)Patriots vs. Giants — TNF (via The Athletic)Jaguars vs. Saints (via Forbes)Packers vs. Lions — MNF (via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)Week 7Jets vs. Patriots — MNF (via NYDN)Bears vs. Saints (via Forbes)Giants vs. Cardinals (via NorthJersey.com)Week 8Bengals vs. Rams — Wembley (confirmed by league)Jaguars vs. Jets (via NYDN)Patriots vs. Browns (via The Athletic)Saints vs. Cardinals (via Forbes)Lions vs. Giants (via NorthJersey.com)Chiefs vs. Packers — SNF (via Yahoo Sports)Week 9Texans vs. Jaguars — Wembley (confirmed by league)Dolphins vs. Jets (via NYDN)Ravens vs. Patriots (via The Athletic)Giants vs. Cowboys — MNF (via NorthJersey.com)Week 10Jets vs. Giants (via NYDN)Saints vs. Falcons (via Forbes)Week 11Chiefs at Chargers — Mexico City (confirmed by league)Redskins vs. Jets (via NYDN)Eagles vs. Patriots (via The Athletic)Saints vs. Bucs (via Forbes)Week 12Jets vs. Raiders (via NYDN)Patriots vs. Cowboys (via The Athletic)Browns vs. Dolphins (via Sun Sentinel)Saints vs. Panthers (via Forbes)Bears vs. Giants (via NorthJersey.com)Week 13Lions vs. Bears — Thanksgiving Day game (via Chicago Tribune and Sports Business Journal)Dolphins vs. Cowboys — Thanksgiving Day game (via Sports Business Journal)Falcons vs. Saints — Thanksgiving Day game (via The Athletic)Bengals vs. Jets (via NYDN)Texans vs. Patriots (via The Athletic)Giants vs. Packers (via NorthJersey.com)Week 14Jets vs. Dolphins (via NYDN)Patriots vs. Chiefs (via The Athletic)Saints vs. 49ers (via Forbes)Eagles vs. Giants — MNF (via NorthJersey.com)Week 15Ravens vs. Jets — TNF (via NYDN)Bengals vs. Patriots (via The Athletic)Saints vs. Colts — MNF (via Forbes)Giants vs. Dolphins (via NorthJersey.com)Packers vs. Bears (via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)Week 16Jets vs. Steelers (via NYDN)Patriots vs. Bills (via The Athletic)Saints vs. Titans (via Forbes)Redskins vs. Giants (via NorthJersey.com)Week 17Bills vs. Jets (via NYDN)Patriots vs. Dolphins (via The Athletic)Saints vs. Panthers (via Forbes)Giants vs. Eagles (via NorthJersey.com)
The Nelson Innkeepers remained at the top of the Leo’s Men’s Open Soccer League with a 2-0 victory over the L.V. Rogers Bombers in the championship match at Lakeside Pitch. It’s the second straight league title for the Innkeepers and earns the club Mallard’s Source for Sports Team of the Week. The team includes, back row, L-R, Jeff Hall, Greg Kinnear, Aaron Sedlbauer, Ed Canzian, Matt Tyler, Paul Saso, Iain Harvey, John Babineau and Tomas Gabriel. Front, Kevin Lewis, Derek Stefiuk, Chris Richards, Oriano DiRuscio, Mike Precious, Kerry Dyck and Paul Anderson.