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Marvel's Avengers - Review Thread

2020.09.03 12:40 diogenesl Marvel's Avengers - Review Thread

Game Information

Game Title: Marvel's Avengers
Platforms:
Trailers:
Developers: Crystal Dynamics, Eidos-Montréal
Publisher: Square Enix
Review Aggregator:
OpenCritic - 75 average - 68% recommended - 28 reviews

Critic Reviews

ACG - Jeremy Penter - Unscored
"Avengers is fun for a bit but than just gets lost in weird level design, boring gameplay, spotty performance, and lack of true character."
Chicas Gamers - Alba Nausicáa - Spanish - Unscored
Marvel's Avengers is a game more focused on the future console generation than the present ones and so we can see on the PC version, however, those of us who will play it on current generations can still enjoy it to its fullest. Likewise, developers wanted to cover so much that in the end they failed keep it together. There are still some mechanics that are quite poor and too much content for some newbie players.
Cultured Vultures - Jimmy Donnellan - 6.5 / 10
Marvel's Avengers is held up by a surprisingly excellent single-player campaign and let down by its stagnant gameplay loop and widespread technical issues. We definitely can't do this all day.
Daily Mirror - JC Suttun - 3 / 5 stars
If you have even a passing fondness for these legendary Marvel characters, you'll likely have a blast with Avengers' campaign, but the relentless enticements for virtual wares might put you off hanging around afterwards.
Destructoid - Chris Carter - Unscored
Marvel's Avengers seems like a shoo-in for a future games-as-a-service "bringing up your grades" award. It's rough now, but after some free characters arrive in the mix alongside some quality of life updates and some performance patches, it could be a nice way to spend a weekend with some friends.
Gadgets 360 - Akhil Arora - 6 / 10
It's nowhere as annoying as the problems with combat though. If you can look past the latter — and it's not easy — you'll find a story that's largely well done, especially when it comes to Kamala's role in it. Its best moments are the narrative interludes, be it the early fun, charming, and giddy moments she shares with the Avengers or the quiet moments
Game Informer - Andrew Reiner - 8.8 / 10
The amount of depth can be confusing at first, but you have plenty of reasons to keep playing in the endgame
GameByte - Brett Claxton - Unscored
From what we’ve played of the game it seems like something that fans of the heroes will love, even if it’s just the story mode that you play. The multiplayer elements won’t be for everyone but there’s plenty there to keep coming back to.
GameMAG - Александр Логинов, Азамат Тегаев, Вадим Съедин - Russian - 6 / 10
Marvel's Avengers is a typical holiday blockbuster with bright special effects, explosions, chases and familiar characters, which periodically descends into dullness with boring missions and tasks. Without all this tinsel and service elements, Marvel's Avengers would probably be a much more complete and interesting game. At the same time, Crystal Dynamics managed to create a really interesting character with Kamala Khan, who deserves much more attention than the rest of the Avengers squad.
GameSpot - Phil Hornshaw - Unscored
Crystal Dynamics' take on the Avengers characters and the story therein is compelling, but live service aspects get in the way.
Gamerheadquarters - Jason Stettner - 9 / 10
Marvel’s Avengers is a generally fantastic and expansive experience that can provide countless hours of gameplay.
Gamers Heroes - Blaine Smith - 80 / 100
The future of Marvel's Avengers ongoing success will be completely dependent on the quality and regularity of content. However, as a game available today, it's a solid entry into the loot and shoot RPG space. The single player story is worth the price of admission alone, leaving the fun but dated approach to multiplayer a welcome addition for fans of the looter style approach.
GamesRadar+ - Rachel Weber - Unscored
The missions haven't been incredibly inspiring so far, but I'm hopeful that as my team grows and the challenges build, so will the variety in enemies.
Heavy - Elton Jones - 8.5 / 10
Marvel’s Avengers is still worth a recommendation and looks to be even more worthy as it throws free DLC at players over time.
Hobby Consolas - David Martinez - Spanish - 89 / 100
Marvel´s Avengers is a very ambitious game, with a spectacular single player campaign and multiplayer designed as a MMO, with enjoyable combat system and the promise of lots of content and new heroes incoming. Some missions can get repetitive.
IGN - Tom Marks - Unscored
The fundamentals of Avengers’ beat-em-up combat are a lot of fun in a campaign setting like this, with each mission giving you control of a specific character depending on the story’s needs at any given time.
Inverse - 8 / 10
This could have been a disaster. Thankfully, Avengers is simply a blast to play.
Kakuchopurei - Jonathan Leo - 50 / 100
There are shades and traces of a simple yet heartfelt action game buried underneath Marvel's Avengers' corporate-driven money-grubbing muck that clearly needed a few more months of QA and technical fixing. Until its updates and content elevates the base experience and assuming the Day One/Week One patch fixes a LOT of these game's grievances, you'll have to settle for Earth's Mediocre Heroes.
Metro GameCentral - Unscored
Whether players will be quite as enthusiastic after repeating the same mission objectives for the hundredth time, just in a slightly different location (that still lacks any personality or sense of place) we’ll have to see. But at the moment we can’t help wishing this was a considerably smaller game with fewer heroes and a lot more villains.
MonsterVine - Spencer Legacy - 4 / 5
Marvel’s Avengers is an all-around fun title that does justice to the Avengers name.
PC Invasion - Andrew Farrell - 8 / 10
Marvel's Avengers is a very entertaining game that makes great use of its characters. The PC version gave me some problems and many others are having similar issues, but it's an enjoyable time with a lot of value.
Polygon - Laura Kate Dale - Unscored
OK multiplayer stitched onto a great campaign
Shacknews - Donovan Erskine - 8 / 10
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Spaziogames - Domenico Musicò - Italian - 7.4 / 10
Marvel's Avengers has a shallow and linear campaign, saved only by a brilliant start and the exciting finale. Multiplayer mode offers a good mission variety, but the success of the game con be already compromised by the repetitiveness and the generic combat system.
Stevivor - Steve Wright - Unscored
All up, Avengers is turning out to be a pleasant surprise so far, a game with more narrative and heart than I expected thanks to a lacklustre beta.
TheSixthAxis - Jim Hargreaves - 7 / 10
Past its flaws and behind the grind, Marvel's Avengers is still a fun superhero brawler that has plenty of room to grow in the coming months.
Worth Playing - Chris "Atom" DeAngelus - 8.5 / 10
Marvel's Avengers is an enjoyable Avengers-themed brawler that's tied to an untested multiplayer mode. If all you want is to play through the video game equivalent of a Marvel movie, then it does an excellent job. If you're hoping for something you can play for infinite hours with constant updates, the truth is that it's too early to tell. What we played was fun for a few hours of co-op, but I have my doubts about its long-term viability. It's by far the best Avengers game ever made, and with the exception of Hulk (whose Hulk: Ultimate Destruction remains the pinnacle of Hulk gameplay), it features the best video game version of the superheroes to date.
XboxEra - Jesse Norris - 8.8 / 10
Despite a rocky reveal Marvel’s Avengers is a fun, and gorgeous game that is a blast to play both solo and with friends. Featuring a campaign with emotional heft and multiplayer that is built to last, it is an easy recommendation for any fan of either the genre or the source material.
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2020.08.20 02:37 bandison_ Battletoads Review Thread

Game Information

Game Title: Battletoads
Platforms:
Trailer:
Developers: Dlala Studios, Rare Ltd
Publishers: Xbox Game Studios, Rare Ltd
Review Aggregator:
OpenCritic - 72 average - 55% recommended - 52 reviews

Critic Reviews

ACG - Jeremy Penter - Unscored
"Battletoads has some issues that impact its playability but it's not completely without enjoyment."
Ars Technica - Sam Machkovech - Unscored
Dlala has implemented just enough obnoxious stuff between Battletoads' good bits to stop me, a pretty freakish Battletoads fan, from recommending that anyone buy it outright.
Atomix - Sebastian Quiroz - Spanish - 85 / 100
Battletoads is extremely fun. An experience that you need to play in co-op, which sadly suffers from the implementation of a couple annoying distractions.
Attack of the Fanboy - Dean James, Dean James - 2 / 5 stars
While the art style and crude humor may be the most polarizing aspects on the surface, the lack of any consistency when it comes to gameplay and level design is the real disappointment in what was supposed to be the triumphant return of Battletoads.
AusGamers - Steve Farrelly - 8.5 / 10
Battletoads is fun, challenging and self-indulgent, but in ways that are respectful and reverent.
CGMagazine - Brendan Frye - 5 / 10
Battletoads, with its vibrant animations, captures the spirit of the original, but also does so by bringing in all of the lousy gameplay elements that dragged the original game down.
COGconnected - Clayton Cyre - 76 / 100
Battletoads has a fun story, great soundtrack, disgusting sound effects, beautiful visuals, and radical characters, but the gameplay does suffer mostly from questionable button mapping. Despite some of these concerns, Rare Studios has finally released a competent successor for fans to enjoy after nineteen years of waiting.
Cerealkillerz - Manuel Barthes - German - 7.5 / 10
Battletoads combines a lot that would have had potential for a surprise hit. The great humor and the hand drawn animations underline, how much effort the developers have put into this. Sadly the whole thing is way too short and has nearly no replay value.
Cubed3 - Sandy Wilson - 8 / 10
Battletoads is a retro comeback that not only revives the much-loved series for fans, but one that elevates it to new heights! Truly, the development team has worked some magic to make this the best it can be, truly knocking it out of the park. There is very little wrong here that can stop from this being a star recommendation. The small amounts of missteps it does have don't hurt the experience in a meaningful way, leaving this to be an absolutely fantastic retro revival. It's great to see Rare credited on a game that is genuinely great.
Destructoid - Chris Carter - 7 / 10
Battletoads is another one of 2020's infamous oddities. I suspect it's going to be highly polarizing (not only due to the adherence to retro style difficulty but the newness of the art and humor), but it somewhat won me over due to sheer force of will. I also can safely assume that I'm going to be on the higher-end of the spectrum of liking it: but if we never see these dudes again because this game was an absolute cacophony, I'll be a bit bummed.
DualShockers - Sam Woods - 8 / 10
The Battletoads make their comeback after a 26-year hiatus and, for the most part, offer a solid re-entry into the cult classic franchise.
Echo Boomer - David Fialho - Portuguese - Loved
Battletoads is one of the biggest surprises of the summer, with a charming, funny and challeging game thats completely worth checking out.
Game Informer - Joe Juba - 5 / 10
Even though it's technically a game, Battletoads is not a good time
GameMAG - Russian - 5 / 10
If you are new to the series, this Dlala Studios project can be a entertaining and varied adventure with a fun co-op mode and a spicy sauce of hardcore. But for classics' fans, such a "return" may seem as a complete dissapointment. In any case, sadly, campaign is terribly short.
GameSkinny - Daniel Hollis - 8 / 10 stars
Battletoads returns after 26 years, and it's a love letter to gaming past and present.
GameSpew - Richard Seagrave - 8 / 10
There’s been a lot of great games released this year, but Battletoads will surely prove to be one of the most memorable.
GameXplain - Mixed

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Gamerheadquarters - Jason Stettner - 6.8 / 10
Battletoads had really great brawling segments that featured an awesome visual aesthetic that was matched with a hilarious story, however it was bogged down with bad mini games.
Generación Xbox - JGBassols - Spanish - 9.5 / 10
Battletoads is back in the best possible way. A must-have within Xbox Game Studios.
Gert Lush Gaming - Jim Smale - 6.2 / 10
Battletoads never shrugs off its 90s roots and refuses to grow up and act like an adult.
God is a Geek - Chris White - 9 / 10
Battletoads is the reboot you never knew you wanted. It's fun to play and makes you laugh, two perfect ingredients for making a game well worth playing.
Hardcore Gamer - Chris Shive - 4 / 5
Battletoads revives what was thought to be a long-dead franchise without missing a step.
Heavy - Elton Jones - 7 / 10
Battletoads is a short yet incredibly varied and jolly adventure.
Hobby Consolas - David Martinez - Spanish - 71 / 100
Battletoads pays homage to the classic 1991 Rare game with a great variety of gameplay mechanics. Beat´em up levels are well crafted, 2D platform levels and twin stick shooter sections are not so good, but still enjoyable, while turbobikes levels are frustrating.
IGN - Terence Wiggins - 8 / 10
Battletoads not only revives the long-dormant beat 'em up franchise, it makes it fun to play for everyone instead of only ultra-hardcore masochists. And if they made a TV show about these hilarious characters, I'd watch it.
IGN Spain - Oriol Vall-Llovera - Spanish - 8.8 / 10
The 1991 Battletoads fell in love with a generation of gamers. Now, almost 30 years later, the new Battletoads will once again win the hearts of all those and, at the same time, will make a new generation of players fall in love. As beat 'em up it is very remarkable, but the game is so varied that we can hardly say that this is the real basis of the proposal. It's also a great platformer, a great action game, a great party game ... In conclusion, a game as fun as it is sympathetic and a great must-have for Xbox Game Pass subscribers this summer. It's very short, but you're going to play it at least as many times as there are frogs in the game.
Kakuchopurei - Jonathan Leo - 70 / 100
If you want a smooth cruise with hand-holding for the first half of the game, this isn’t the place. But for everyone else who long for a late 80s and 90s challenge that’s made somewhat fair and tailored for this generation, Battletoads (2020) is a surprising effort if you think this era’s crop of games aren’t hardcore enough.
Luis Alamilla - Luis Alamilla - 8.5 / 10
All in all, Battletoads does a great job at harkening back to what made this series a cult classic while updating the presentation and features for the modern age. If you didn't like beat em up before, I don't think this will change that for you, but if you miss that era of gaming, I'm happy to report it's back at full force.
Merlin'in Kazanı - Ersin Kılıç - Turkish - 70 / 100
Battletoads contains elements that will entertain players who love the beat 'em up genre. It could be a much better game if some of its shortcomings were corrected and the opportunity to play online.
Metro GameCentral - 5 / 10
A game so bizarre it's hard to tell whether it's purposefully trolling its audience or if it really thinks its random collection of mini-games, crass humour, and wasted potential is a sensible way to go about rebooting Battletoads.
PC Invasion - Cameron Woolsey - 6 / 10
Battletoads is a reboot of the classic Rare franchise, but fails to recapture the excitement and fun of the originals.
Player2.net.au - Paul James - B
Battletoads doesn’t stick around for a long time, clocking at approximately 4-5 hours in length, with that number varying somewhat dependent on difficulty level or proficiency at certain game types. What hurts this 2020 take on a beloved franchise is an inability to stay to course for long enough to whet the appetites of long time fans.
PowerUp! - Leo Stevenson - 8.8 / 10
Battletoads is utterly ridiculous and stupidly good fun which is exactly what we need right now.
Press Start - James Mitchell, James Berich - 8.6 / 10
Battletoads is a victory for Microsoft, Dlala Studios and Rare. It successfully takes a brand that's been dormant for over two decades, breathing new life into it and updating it for the modern generation ardently. While it's a huge shame that Battletoads isn't playable online, and makes some missteps in it's third act, it's hard to deny that this is the most charming rendition of our favourite videogame amphibians. But most of all it's funny, and that's refreshing.
Rocket Chainsaw - Andrew Cathie - 3 / 5 stars
Overall, Battletoads feels like a bit of a relic of the past, which really speaks to how well Dlala have nailed that attitude-era style the 90s is famous for. The story can be humorous (at points) and there’s significantly more of it than I expected, while the variety in gameplay styles and mechanics keeps the experience fresh the whole way through. Unfortunately, that same style and humour does feel dated and grating at points, while the game’s combat sections are also some of its least engaging.
Saudi Gamer - محمد الدوسري - Arabic - 7 / 10
For me, I've been waiting for the game since it was announced. I believe it was a fun and unique experience, especially nowadays. But it's flawed by the shortness of the game as a whole and the lack of Online Multiplayer
Shacknews - Ozzie Mejia - 5 / 10
Battletoads does have its good moments, between its beat 'em up gameplay, metal-heavy soundtrack, and strong boss design. It's just drowned out by its awful pacing and poor comedy that gets maybe a couple of chuckles from the entirety of its brief five-hour adventure.
Skill Up - Ralph Panebianco - Unscored

Video Review - Quote not available

Spaziogames - Paolo Sirio - Italian - 8 / 10
With its tens of games inside the game and humor, Battletoads is a pleasant surprise, witnessing the sheer amount of Xbox portfolio's diversity. It could be a little deeper here and there, and co-op could be online too, but Dlala's take on the franchise is a fresh and fun, recommendable experience.
Stevivor - Steve Wright - 5.5 / 10
Ultimately, I completed Battletoads in 3 hours and 45 minutes and have no intention of ever going back.
TechRaptor - Austin Suther, Austin Suther, Austin Suther - 8 / 10
Battletoads might just be Summer's sleeper hit. Despite some shortcomings, it's a punchy brawler with insanely charming animations and genuinely funny humor.
The Games Machine - Danilo Dellafrana - Italian - 7.8 / 10
The new Battletoads is a convincing return for the historic Rare brand, characterized by excellent art direction and writing. Some pacing issues ruin the overall enjoyment of the game, but it is still a very satisfying experience.
TheSixthAxis - Steve C - 7 / 10
Without wishing to damn it with faint praise, Battletoads is pretty much exactly what you'd think it would be. Taking clear influence from the 90s classics whilst adding in some welcome modern approaches, there is plenty here to enjoy while it lasts. An ideal perfect Game Pass title, this is well worth checking out, warts and all.
TrueAchievements - Luke Albiges - 4 / 5 stars
Battletoads was a pleasant surprise for me, and it’s great to see it really lean into the variety angle with so many different kinds of gameplay crammed into such a relatively small package.
Twinfinite - Andrew McMahon - 3.5 / 5
Considering my entire knowledge of the series before this installment was all based around memes, I’d say Battletoads far exceeded expectations. That said, the shortcomings it does possess keep it from joining the ranks of brawlers, like Streets of Rage 4, as a genre-defining title.
Use a Potion - Daryl Leach - 8.3 / 10
Battletoads manages to stay true to the source material, all whilst offering an array of varied and fun gameplay mechanics that really spice up the experience. I had a good time battling through each level, whether that was when fighting in classic beat ‘em up action, racing through on a jet-bike, or sliding my way away from a big monstrous threat. Sure, a few mini-games can fall short of the mark at times and the difficulty could feel a bit forced, but it didn’t stop Battletoads from being a really enjoyable experience.
It’s just a shame that there isn’t any online multiplayer included, with Battletoads really lending itself perfectly to playthroughs with friends. Of course, local play is possible, but with the game included in Xbox Game Pass it would have been perfect for online romps with other players. Hopefully, it’s something the developers might patch in sometime in the future because it feels like a missed opportunity right now…
Wccftech - Nathan Birch - 8 / 10
Battletoads is surprisingly successful at recapturing the spirit of Rare's beloved NES original. The game's striking visuals, wildly varied level design, and satisfying sense of challenge easily make up for the occasional frustrating moment or groan-worthy joke. If you've been waiting 26 years for a new Battletoads, Rash, Zitz, and Pimple's latest ought to scratch your itch.
WellPlayed - Zach Jackson - 7.5 / 10
Despite an amazing art style and some seriously fun beat ‘em up gameplay, the Battletoads reboot struggles with its identity due to the excessive inclusion of minigames
Windows Central - Jez Corden - 3 / 5 stars
Many of Battletoads' design sensibilities may seem archaic in 2020, but that was ultimately Dlala trying to build on the chaotic formula set by the original. Battletoads struggles as a single-player game but soars as a varied couch co-op experience party game for up to three friends. And hey, it's often laugh-out-loud funny too.
Worth Playing - Chris "Atom" DeAngelus - 6.5 / 10
Battletoads isn't bad, but it is boring. It starts off relatively strong and quickly devolves into uninteresting minigames. When the title returns to beat-'em-up gameplay, it shows the potential to be something more, but then you're forced to play "rock paper scissors" or mash buttons for a few minutes, and it all fades away. The concept, characters and visuals are excellent updates of the original, so it's a shame that the gameplay isn't.
XboxEra - OneBadMutha - 7.5 / 10
When it was all said and done, Battletoads isn’t going to win awards for writing, doesn’t set a new bar for any single genre, and none of their mini games should be spun off into full fledged games. Yet Dlala created something fun here, kept me engaged and offered a good amount of content without over-staying its welcome. This is a good effort for a new studio and I’m looking forward to seeing what they can do in the future. In these troubled times we live in, I welcome a game that exists solely to be bright, over the top, and fun. Battletoads may not be the best retro reboot this year, but it’s a good time nonetheless.
ZTGD - Ken McKown - 8.5 / 10
Battletoads is a game that shouldn’t work in 2020. The originals were brutal tests of patience and I mean come on, it has been nearly three decades. Who under 30 actually remembers these characters? Still, for someone like me it is a real treat to see Microsoft once again return a former beloved Rare property back to its glory.
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2020.08.15 04:10 Blooper_Bot The Braves fell to the Marlins by a score of 8-2 - Fri, Aug 14 @ 07:10 PM EDT

Braves @ Marlins - Fri, Aug 14

Game Status: Final - Score: 8-2 Marlins

Links & Info

Braves Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Swanson - SS 4 0 1 0 0 2 1 .275 .318 .413
2 d'Arnaud - C 4 1 2 1 0 1 1 .364 .370 .659
3 Freeman - 1B 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 .268 .381 .493
4 Ozuna - DH 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 .243 .345 .473
5 Markakis - RF 4 1 1 0 0 1 1 .280 .333 .520
6 Duvall - LF 4 0 2 1 0 1 0 .267 .306 .467
7 Camargo - 2B 4 0 0 0 0 1 2 .196 .250 .411
8 Riley, A - 3B 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 .167 .220 .352
9 Inciarte - CF 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 .191 .283 .234
Totals 35 2 9 2 0 9 10
Braves
BATTING: 2B: Markakis (3, López, P); Duvall (3, López, P). HR: d'Arnaud (3, 1st inning off López, P, 0 on, 1 out). TB: d'Arnaud 5; Duvall 3; Freeman 2; Inciarte; Markakis 2; Swanson. RBI: d'Arnaud (12); Duvall (8). 2-out RBI: Duvall. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Camargo; Ozuna 2; Riley, A. GIDP: Markakis. Team RISP: 2-for-5. Team LOB: 6.
FIELDING: DP: (Swanson-Camargo-Freeman).
Marlins Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Villar - SS 4 1 2 1 1 0 2 .245 .317 .340
2 Aguilar - 1B 4 0 1 3 0 0 3 .306 .339 .592
3 Dickerson, C - DH 4 0 1 1 1 0 3 .208 .283 .313
4 Joyce - LF 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 .250 .400 .250
Brinson - LF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .200 .000
5 Anderson, B - 3B 4 0 0 1 1 1 3 .261 .370 .565
6 Cervelli - C 4 1 2 0 1 0 3 .243 .333 .514
7 Alvarez - 2B 3 2 1 0 1 1 2 .227 .292 .273
8 Berti - RF 4 2 2 0 0 2 2 .233 .313 .279
9 Sierra - CF 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 .313 .455 .563
Totals 32 8 11 7 8 5 20
Marlins
BATTING: 2B: Villar (2, Wright); Sierra (2, Jackson, L). TB: Aguilar; Alvarez; Berti 2; Cervelli 2; Dickerson, C; Joyce; Sierra 2; Villar 3. RBI: Aguilar 3 (15); Anderson, B (14); Dickerson, C (2); Sierra (6); Villar (6). 2-out RBI: Anderson, B; Dickerson, C; Aguilar 2. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Cervelli 2; Anderson, B; Dickerson, C 2. SAC: Sierra. SF: Aguilar. GIDP: Anderson, B. Team RISP: 4-for-13. Team LOB: 10.
FIELDING: PB: Cervelli (2). DP: (Villar-Alvarez-Aguilar).
Braves Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Wright (L, 0-3) 3.0 2 3 3 6 1 0 65-29 7.20
Dayton 2.0 3 1 1 0 1 0 44-31 2.61
Jackson, L 2.0 6 4 4 2 2 0 44-27 6.30
Melancon 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12-9 0.00
Totals 8.0 11 8 8 8 5 0
Marlins Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
López, P (W, 2-1) 6.0 7 2 2 0 8 1 88-63 2.25
Vincent 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 15-11 3.18
Tarpley 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 8-7 2.45
Smith, Josh A. 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9-7 1.93
Totals 9.0 9 2 2 0 9 1
Game Info
Pitches-strikes: Wright 65-29; Dayton 44-31; Jackson, L 44-27; Melancon 12-9; López, P 88-63; Vincent 15-11; Tarpley 8-7; Smith, Josh A. 9-7.
Groundouts-flyouts: Wright 4-1; Dayton 1-2; Jackson, L 1-2; Melancon 1-0; López, P 6-3; Vincent 1-1; Tarpley 1-0; Smith, Josh A. 2-1.
Batters faced: Wright 16; Dayton 9; Jackson, L 14; Melancon 3; López, P 25; Vincent 4; Tarpley 3; Smith, Josh A. 3.
Inherited runners-scored: Dayton 1-1.
Umpires: HP: Mike Estabrook. 1B: Mark Carlson. 2B: James Hoye. 3B: Roberto Ortiz.
Weather: 76 degrees, Roof Closed.
Wind: 0 mph, None.
First pitch: 7:10 PM.
T: 2:59.
Venue: Marlins Park.
August 14, 2020
Inning Scoring Play Score
Top 1 Travis d'Arnaud homers (3) on a line drive to center field. 1-0 ATL
Bottom 3 Jonathan Villar doubles (2) on a fly ball to left fielder Adam Duvall. Magneuris Sierra scores. 1-1
Bottom 3 Brian Anderson walks. Jonathan Villar scores. Corey Dickerson to 3rd. Matt Joyce to 2nd. 2-1 MIA
Top 4 Adam Duvall doubles (3) on a sharp line drive to center fielder Magneuris Sierra. Nick Markakis scores. 2-2
Bottom 4 Magneuris Sierra out on a sacrifice bunt, pitcher Grant Dayton to second baseman Johan Camargo. Eddy Alvarez scores. Jon Berti to 2nd. 3-2 MIA
Bottom 4 Corey Dickerson pops out to second baseman Johan Camargo. 4-2 MIA
Bottom 6 Jesus Aguilar out on a sacrifice fly to center fielder Ender Inciarte. Jon Berti scores. 5-2 MIA
Bottom 6 Corey Dickerson singles on a ground ball to left fielder Adam Duvall. Magneuris Sierra scores. Corey Dickerson to 2nd. 6-2 MIA
Bottom 7 Jesus Aguilar singles on a sharp ground ball to second baseman Johan Camargo, deflected by shortstop Dansby Swanson. Francisco Cervelli scores. Eddy Alvarez scores. Jonathan Villar to 3rd. 8-2 MIA
Team Highlight
ATL Travis d'Arnaud's solo homer (00:00:33)
MIA Jonathan Villar's RBI double (00:00:32)
MIA Derek Jeter on home opener (00:03:13)
MIA Brian Anderson's base-loaded walk (00:00:19)
ATL Adam Duvall's RBI double (00:00:33)
MIA Magneuris Sierra's sac bunt (00:00:37)
MIA Marlins score on double steal (00:00:20)
MIA Pablo Lopez In play, out(s) to Marcell Ozuna (00:00:18)
MIA Jesús Aguilar's sac fly (00:00:17)
MIA Luke Jackson In play, run(s) to Corey Dickerson (00:00:31)
MIA Matt Joyce amazing defense (00:00:27)
MIA Jesús Aguilar's two-run single (00:00:31)
MIA Corey Dickerson's RBI single (00:00:39)
MIA Josh A. Smith's last out (00:00:24)
MIA Pablo López's eight strikeouts (00:01:38)
MIA Matt Joyce flashes the leather (00:01:02)
ATL [Braves vs. Marlins Recap
ATL CG: [email protected] - 8/14/20 (00:06:30)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
Braves 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 9 0 6
Marlins 0 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 8 11 0 10

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2020.08.15 00:52 Blooper_Bot Game Thread: Braves (11-9) @ Marlins (8-4) - Fri, Aug 14 @ 07:10 PM EDT

Braves @ Marlins - Fri, Aug 14

Game Status: Final - Score: 8-2 Marlins

Links & Info

Braves Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Swanson - SS 4 0 1 0 0 2 1 .275 .318 .413
2 d'Arnaud - C 4 1 2 1 0 1 1 .364 .370 .659
3 Freeman - 1B 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 .268 .381 .493
4 Ozuna - DH 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 .243 .345 .473
5 Markakis - RF 4 1 1 0 0 1 1 .280 .333 .520
6 Duvall - LF 4 0 2 1 0 1 0 .267 .306 .467
7 Camargo - 2B 4 0 0 0 0 1 2 .196 .250 .411
8 Riley, A - 3B 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 .167 .220 .352
9 Inciarte - CF 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 .191 .283 .234
Totals 35 2 9 2 0 9 10
Braves
BATTING: 2B: Markakis (3, López, P); Duvall (3, López, P). HR: d'Arnaud (3, 1st inning off López, P, 0 on, 1 out). TB: d'Arnaud 5; Duvall 3; Freeman 2; Inciarte; Markakis 2; Swanson. RBI: d'Arnaud (12); Duvall (8). 2-out RBI: Duvall. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Camargo; Ozuna 2; Riley, A. GIDP: Markakis. Team RISP: 2-for-5. Team LOB: 6.
FIELDING: DP: (Swanson-Camargo-Freeman).
Marlins Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Villar - SS 4 1 2 1 1 0 2 .245 .317 .340
2 Aguilar - 1B 4 0 1 3 0 0 3 .306 .339 .592
3 Dickerson, C - DH 4 0 1 1 1 0 3 .208 .283 .313
4 Joyce - LF 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 .250 .400 .250
Brinson - LF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .200 .000
5 Anderson, B - 3B 4 0 0 1 1 1 3 .261 .370 .565
6 Cervelli - C 4 1 2 0 1 0 3 .243 .333 .514
7 Alvarez - 2B 3 2 1 0 1 1 2 .227 .292 .273
8 Berti - RF 4 2 2 0 0 2 2 .233 .313 .279
9 Sierra - CF 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 .313 .455 .563
Totals 32 8 11 7 8 5 20
Marlins
BATTING: 2B: Villar (2, Wright); Sierra (2, Jackson, L). TB: Aguilar; Alvarez; Berti 2; Cervelli 2; Dickerson, C; Joyce; Sierra 2; Villar 3. RBI: Aguilar 3 (15); Anderson, B (14); Dickerson, C (2); Sierra (6); Villar (6). 2-out RBI: Anderson, B; Dickerson, C; Aguilar 2. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Cervelli 2; Anderson, B; Dickerson, C 2. SAC: Sierra. SF: Aguilar. GIDP: Anderson, B. Team RISP: 4-for-13. Team LOB: 10.
FIELDING: PB: Cervelli (2). DP: (Villar-Alvarez-Aguilar).
Braves Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Wright (L, 0-3) 3.0 2 3 3 6 1 0 65-29 7.20
Dayton 2.0 3 1 1 0 1 0 44-31 2.61
Jackson, L 2.0 6 4 4 2 2 0 44-27 6.30
Melancon 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12-9 0.00
Totals 8.0 11 8 8 8 5 0
Marlins Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
López, P (W, 2-1) 6.0 7 2 2 0 8 1 88-63 2.25
Vincent 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 15-11 3.18
Tarpley 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 0 8-7 2.45
Smith, Josh A. 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9-7 1.93
Totals 9.0 9 2 2 0 9 1
Game Info
Pitches-strikes: Wright 65-29; Dayton 44-31; Jackson, L 44-27; Melancon 12-9; López, P 88-63; Vincent 15-11; Tarpley 8-7; Smith, Josh A. 9-7.
Groundouts-flyouts: Wright 4-1; Dayton 1-2; Jackson, L 1-2; Melancon 1-0; López, P 6-3; Vincent 1-1; Tarpley 1-0; Smith, Josh A. 2-1.
Batters faced: Wright 16; Dayton 9; Jackson, L 14; Melancon 3; López, P 25; Vincent 4; Tarpley 3; Smith, Josh A. 3.
Inherited runners-scored: Dayton 1-1.
Umpires: HP: Mike Estabrook. 1B: Mark Carlson. 2B: James Hoye. 3B: Roberto Ortiz.
Weather: 76 degrees, Roof Closed.
Wind: 0 mph, None.
First pitch: 7:10 PM.
T: 2:59.
Venue: Marlins Park.
August 14, 2020
Inning Scoring Play Score
Top 1 Travis d'Arnaud homers (3) on a line drive to center field. 1-0 ATL
Bottom 3 Jonathan Villar doubles (2) on a fly ball to left fielder Adam Duvall. Magneuris Sierra scores. 1-1
Bottom 3 Brian Anderson walks. Jonathan Villar scores. Corey Dickerson to 3rd. Matt Joyce to 2nd. 2-1 MIA
Top 4 Adam Duvall doubles (3) on a sharp line drive to center fielder Magneuris Sierra. Nick Markakis scores. 2-2
Bottom 4 Magneuris Sierra out on a sacrifice bunt, pitcher Grant Dayton to second baseman Johan Camargo. Eddy Alvarez scores. Jon Berti to 2nd. 3-2 MIA
Bottom 4 Corey Dickerson pops out to second baseman Johan Camargo. 4-2 MIA
Bottom 6 Jesus Aguilar out on a sacrifice fly to center fielder Ender Inciarte. Jon Berti scores. 5-2 MIA
Bottom 6 Corey Dickerson singles on a ground ball to left fielder Adam Duvall. Magneuris Sierra scores. Corey Dickerson to 2nd. 6-2 MIA
Bottom 7 Jesus Aguilar singles on a sharp ground ball to second baseman Johan Camargo, deflected by shortstop Dansby Swanson. Francisco Cervelli scores. Eddy Alvarez scores. Jonathan Villar to 3rd. 8-2 MIA
Team Highlight
ATL Travis d'Arnaud's solo homer (00:00:33)
MIA Jonathan Villar's RBI double (00:00:32)
MIA Derek Jeter on home opener (00:03:13)
MIA Brian Anderson's base-loaded walk (00:00:19)
ATL Adam Duvall's RBI double (00:00:33)
MIA Magneuris Sierra's sac bunt (00:00:37)
MIA Marlins score on double steal (00:00:20)
MIA Pablo Lopez In play, out(s) to Marcell Ozuna (00:00:18)
MIA Jesús Aguilar's sac fly (00:00:17)
MIA Luke Jackson In play, run(s) to Corey Dickerson (00:00:31)
MIA Matt Joyce amazing defense (00:00:27)
MIA Jesús Aguilar's two-run single (00:00:31)
MIA Corey Dickerson's RBI single (00:00:39)
MIA Josh A. Smith's last out (00:00:24)
MIA Pablo López's eight strikeouts (00:01:38)
MIA Matt Joyce flashes the leather (00:01:02)
ATL [Braves vs. Marlins Recap
ATL CG: [email protected] - 8/14/20 (00:06:30)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
Braves 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 9 0 6
Marlins 0 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 8 11 0 10

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2020.08.14 22:10 MarlinsBot Game Thread: 8/14 Braves (11-9) @ Marlins (8-4) 7:10 PM

Braves (11-9) @ Marlins (8-4)

First Pitch: 7:10 PM at Marlins Park
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Line Score - Game Over

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
ATL 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 9 0
MIA 0 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 8 11 0

Box Score

MIA AB R H RBI BB SO BA ATL AB R H RBI BB SO BA
SS Villar 4 1 2 1 1 0 .245 SS Swanson 4 0 1 0 0 2 .275
1B Aguilar 4 0 1 3 0 0 .306 C d'Arnaud 4 1 2 1 0 1 .364
DH Dickerson, C 4 0 1 1 1 0 .208 1B Freeman 4 0 2 0 0 1 .268
LF Joyce 3 0 1 0 2 0 .250 DH Ozuna 4 0 0 0 0 1 .243
LF Brinson 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 RF Markakis 4 1 1 0 0 1 .280
3B Anderson, B 4 0 0 1 1 1 .261 LF Duvall 4 0 2 1 0 1 .267
C Cervelli 4 1 2 0 1 0 .243 2B Camargo 4 0 0 0 0 1 .196
2B Alvarez 3 2 1 0 1 1 .227 3B Riley, A 4 0 0 0 0 1 .167
RF Berti 4 2 2 0 0 2 .233 CF Inciarte 3 0 1 0 0 0 .191
CF Sierra 2 2 1 1 1 1 .313
MIA IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA ATL IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
López, P 6.0 7 2 2 0 8 88-63 2.25 Wright 3.0 2 3 3 6 1 65-29 7.20
Vincent 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 15-11 3.18 Dayton 2.0 3 1 1 0 1 44-31 2.61
Tarpley 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 8-7 2.45 Jackson, L 2.0 6 4 4 2 2 44-27 6.30
Smith, Josh A. 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 9-7 1.93 Melancon 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 12-9 0.00

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
T1 Travis d'Arnaud homers (3) on a line drive to center field. 0-1
B3 Jonathan Villar doubles (2) on a fly ball to left fielder Adam Duvall. Magneuris Sierra scores. 1-1
B3 Brian Anderson walks. Jonathan Villar scores. Corey Dickerson to 3rd. Matt Joyce to 2nd. 2-1
T4 Adam Duvall doubles (3) on a sharp line drive to center fielder Magneuris Sierra. Nick Markakis scores. 2-2
B4 Magneuris Sierra out on a sacrifice bunt, pitcher Grant Dayton to second baseman Johan Camargo. Eddy Alvarez scores. Jon Berti to 2nd. 3-2
B4 Corey Dickerson pops out to second baseman Johan Camargo. 4-2
B6 Jesus Aguilar out on a sacrifice fly to center fielder Ender Inciarte. Jon Berti scores. 5-2
B6 Corey Dickerson singles on a ground ball to left fielder Adam Duvall. Magneuris Sierra scores. Corey Dickerson to 2nd. 6-2
B7 Jesus Aguilar singles on a sharp ground ball to second baseman Johan Camargo, deflected by shortstop Dansby Swanson. Francisco Cervelli scores. Eddy Alvarez scores. Jonathan Villar to 3rd. 8-2

Highlights

Description Length HD
Travis d'Arnaud's solo homer in the 1st 0:33 HD
Jonathan Villar's RBI double in 3rd 0:32 HD
Derek Jeter talks about COVID-19 and home opener 3:13 HD
Brian Anderson's base-loaded walk in the 3rd 0:19 HD
Adam Duvall RBI double to tie game 0:33 HD
Magneuris Sierra RBI groundout in the 4th 0:37 HD
Villar steals second, Berti steals home 0:20 HD
Pablo Lopez In play, out(s) to Marcell Ozuna 0:18 HD
Jesús Aguilar lifts a sac fly to score Berti 0:17 HD
Luke Jackson In play, run(s) to Corey Dickerson 0:31 HD
Joyce makes an amazing catch in left field 0:27 HD
Aguilar's two-run single in the 8th 0:31 HD
Dickerson hits a ground ball to left in the 6th 0:39 HD
Josh A. Smith In play, out(s) to Austin Riley 0:13 HD

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save
López, P (2-1, 2.25) Wright (0-3, 7.20)
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2020.07.31 12:43 tombstoneshadows28 Full Turner Classic Movies (North American) Schedule for the Month of August, 2020. (All airtimes E.S.T.)

Saturday, August 01, 2020 (BARBARA STANWYCK day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (suspense) Gambling Lady (1934/66 m/Archie Mayo)
  2. (7:15 AM) (western) Annie Oakley (1935/90 m/George Stevens)
  3. (9:00 AM) (romance) B.F.'s Daughter (1948/108 m/Robert Z. Leonard)
  4. (11:00 AM) (suspense) Crime Of Passion (1957/86 m/Gerd Oswald)
  5. (12:30 PM) (western) The Moonlighter (1953/78 m/Roy Rowland)
  6. (2:00 PM) (drama) East Side, West Side (1949/108 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
  7. (4:00 PM) (suspense) The Two Mrs. Carrolls (1947/99 m/Peter Godfrey)
  8. (6:00 PM) (romance) Clash by Night (1952/105 m/Fritz Lang)
  9. (8:00 PM) (comedy) Ball of Fire (1941/112 m/Howard Hawks)
  10. (10:00 PM) (crime)Double Indemnity (1944/108 m/Billy Wilder)
  11. (12:00 AM) (drama) Meet John Doe (1941/123 m/Frank Capra)
  12. (2:15 AM) (suspense) The Mad Miss Manton (1938/80 m/Leigh Jason)
  13. (4:00 AM) (suspense) Lady of Burlesque (1943/90 m/William A. Wellman)
Sunday, August 02, 2020 (ROCK HUDSON day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (western) Winchester '73 (1950/92 m/Anthony Mann)
  2. (8:00 AM) (drama) Something Of Value (1957/113 m/Richard Brooks)
  3. (10:00 AM) (comedy) A Fine Pair (1969/89 m/Francesco Maselli)
  4. (12:00 PM) (drama) All That Heaven Allows (1955/89 m/Douglas Sirk)
  5. (1:45 PM) (premiere) The Golden Blade (1953/81 m/Nathan Juran)
  6. (3:15 PM) (drama) Written on the Wind (1957/99 m/Douglas Sirk)
  7. (5:15 PM) (adventure) Ice Station Zebra (1968/149 m/John Sturges)
  8. (8:00 PM) (comedy) Pillow Talk (1959/102 m/Michael Gordon)
  9. (10:00 PM) (drama) Magnificent Obsession (1954/108 m/Douglas Sirk)
  10. (12:00 AM) (drama) Giant (1956/201 m/George Stevens)
  11. (3:45 AM) (comedy) Pretty Maids All In A Row (1971/91 m/Roger Vadim)
Monday, August 03, 2020 (RITA HAYWORTH day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (western) Renegade Ranger (1938/59 m/David Howard)
  2. (7:15 AM) (comedy) Susan And God (1940/117 m/George Cukor)
  3. (9:15 AM) (comedy) Affectionately Yours (1941/88 m/Lloyd Bacon)
  4. (10:45 AM) (comedy) The Strawberry Blonde (1941/99 m/Raoul Walsh)
  5. (12:30 PM) (adventure) The Happy Thieves (1962/89 m/George Marshall)
  6. (2:15 PM) (musical) My Gal Sal (1942/104 m/Irving Cummings)
  7. (4:00 PM) (musical) Down to Earth (1947/101 m/Alexander Hall)
  8. (6:00 PM) (musical) Cover Girl (1944/107 m/Charles Vidor)
  9. (8:00 PM) (crime) The Lady From Shanghai (1948/87 m/Orson Welles)
  10. (10:00 PM) (suspense) Gilda (1946/110 m/Charles Vidor)
  11. (12:00 AM) (musical) Pal Joey (1957109 m/George Sidney)
  12. (2:00 AM) (musical) You Were Never Lovelier (1942/97 m/William A. Seiter)
  13. (4:00 AM) (western) The Wrath of God (1972/111 m/Ralph Nelson)
Tuesday, August 04, 2020 (S.Z. SAKALL day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (musical) It's A Date (1940/103 m/William A. Seiter)
  2. (7:45 AM) (musical) Cynthia (1947/98 m/Robert Z. Leonard)
  3. (9:30 AM) (western)San Antonio (1945/109 m/David Butler)
  4. (11:30 AM) (musical) Romance on the High Seas (1948/99 m/Michael Curtiz)
  5. (1:15 PM) (musical) Tea for Two (1950/98 m/David Butler)
  6. (3:00 PM) (musical) The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady (1950/105 m/David Butler)
  7. (4:45 PM) (drama) Embraceable You (1948/80 m/Felix Jacoves)
  8. (6:15 PM) (comedy) Never Say Goodbye (1946/94 m/James V. Kern)
  9. (8:00 PM) (musical) In the Good Old Summertime (1949/103 m/Robert Z. Leonard)
  10. (10:00 PM) (comedy) Christmas in Connecticut (1945/101 m/Peter Godfrey)
  11. (12:00 AM) (musical) Seven Sweethearts (1942/98 m/Frank Borzage)
  12. (2:00 AM) (musical) Lullaby of Broadway (1951/92 m/David Butler)
  13. (4:00 AM) (musical) The Student Prince (1954/107 m/Richard Thorpe)
Wednesday, August 05, 2020 (ANN MILLER day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (comedy) Room Service (1938/79 m/William A. Seiter)
  2. (7:45 AM) (comedy) You Can't Take It With You (1938/126 m/Frank Capra)
  3. (10:00 AM) (drama) Tarnished Angel (1938/67 m/Leslie Goodwins)
  4. (11:30 AM) (musical) Too Many Girls (1940/85 m/George Abbott)
  5. (1:15 PM) (premiere) Reveille with Beverly (1943/78 m/Charles Barton)
  6. (2:45 PM) (comedy) Watch the Birdie (1951/71 m/Jack Donohue)
  7. (4:15 PM) (comedy) The Great American Pastime (1957/89 m/Herman Hoffman)
  8. (5:45 PM) (musical) The Opposite Sex (1956/116 m/David Miller)
  9. (8:00 PM) (musical) Hit the Deck (1955/112 m/Roy Rowland)
  10. (10:00 PM) (musical) On the Town (1949/98 m//Gene Kelly)
  11. (12:00 AM) (musical) Kiss Me Kate (1953/110 m/George Sidney)
  12. (2:00 AM) (musical) Easter Parade (1948/103 m/Charles Walters)
  13. (4:00 AM) (musical) Small Town Girl (1953/93 m/Leslie Kardos)
Thursday, August 06, 2020 (BURT LANCASTER day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (western) Vengeance Valley (1951/83 m/Richard Thorpe)
  2. (7:30 AM) (drama) Jim Thorpe--All American (1951/105 m/Michael Curtiz)
  3. (9:30 AM) (adventure) The Flame and the Arrow (1950/88 m/Jacques Tourneur)
  4. (11:15 AM) (adventure) The Crimson Pirate (1952/104 m/Robert Siodmak)
  5. (1:15 PM) (crime) Brute Force (1947/98 m/Jules Dassin)
  6. (3:15 PM) (drama) Seven Days in May (1964/118 m/John Frankenheimer)
  7. (5:30 PM) (war) The Train (1964/133 m/John Frankenheimer)
  8. (8:00 PM) (drama) Elmer Gantry (1960/147 m/Richard Brooks)
  9. (10:45 PM) (drama) Birdman of Alcatraz (1962/149 m/John Frankenheimer)
  10. (1:30 AM) (drama) From Here to Eternity (1953/118 m/Fred Zinnemann)
  11. (3:45 AM) (drama) Atlantic City (1980/104 m/Louis Malle)
Friday, August 07, 2020 (SYLVIA SIDNEY day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (drama) One Third of a Nation (1939/76 m/Dudley Murphy)
  2. (7:30 AM) (drama) An American Tragedy (1931/95 m/Josef von Sternberg)
  3. (9:15 AM) (crime) City Streets (1931/83 m/Rouben Mamoulian)
  4. (11:15 AM) (drama) Street Scene (1931/79 m/King Vidor)
  5. (1:00 PM) (premiere) Mary Burns, Fugitive (1935/84 m/William K. Howard)
  6. (2:30 PM) (crime) You Only Live Once (1937/85 m/Fritz Lang)
  7. (4:15 PM) (crime) Dead End (1937/92 m/William Wyler)
  8. (6:00 PM) (drama) Fury (1936/92 m/Fritz Lang)
  9. (8:00 PM) (premiere) You And Me (1938/90 m/Fritz Lang)
  10. (9:45 PM) (premiere) Thirty Day Princess (1934/75 m/Marion Gering)
  11. (11:15 PM) (suspense) Sabotage (1936/77 m/Alfred Hitchcock)
  12. (12:45 AM) (drama) Les Misérables (1952/106 m/Lewis Milestone)
  13. (2:45 AM) (drama) Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams (1973/88 m/Gilbert Cates)
  14. (4:30 AM) (drama) The Wagons Roll At Night (1941/84 m/Ray Enright)
Saturday, August 08, 2020 (CHARLIE CHAPLIN day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (silent) The Rounders (1914/11 m/Charles Chaplin)
  2. (6:15 AM) (silent) The Knockout (1914/27 m/Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle)
  3. (7:00 AM) (silent) The Pilgrim (1923/41 m/Charles Chaplin)
  4. (7:45 AM) (silent) A Dog's Life (1918/34 m/Charles Chaplin)
  5. (8:30 AM) (silent) The Kid (1921/53 m/Charles Chaplin)
  6. (9:30 AM) (silent) The Gold Rush (1925/89 m/Charlie Chaplin)
  7. (11:15 AM) (silent)The Circus (1928/72 m/Charles Chaplin)
  8. (12:45 PM) (comedy) Monsieur Verdoux (1947/124 m/Charles Chaplin)
  9. (3:00 PM) (romance) Limelight (1952/138 m/Charles Chaplin)
  10. (5:30 PM) (comedy) The Great Dictator (1940/125 m/Charles Chaplin)
  11. (8:00 PM) (silent) City Lights (1931/87 m/Charles Chaplin)
  12. (9:45 PM) (silent) Modern Times (1936/87 m/Charlie Chaplin)
  13. (11:30 PM) (comedy) A King in New York (1957/105 m/Charles Chaplin)
  14. (2:15 AM) (silent) Pay Day (1922/22 m/Charles Chaplin)
  15. (2:45 AM) (silent)Sunnyside (1919/30 m/Charles Chaplin)
  16. (3:30 AM) (silent) The Idle Class (1921/33 m/Charles Chaplin)
  17. (4:15 AM) (silent) Shoulder Arms (1918/38 m/Charles Chaplin)
  18. (5:00 AM) (silent) A Day's Pleasure (1919/18 m/Charles Chaplin)
  19. (5:30 AM) (comedy) Mabel's Married Life (1914/12 m/Mack Sennett)
Sunday, August 09, 2020 (GOLDIE HAWN day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (comedy) Protocol (1984/95 m/Herbert Ross)
  2. (8:00 AM) (romance) Swing Shift (1984/100 m/Jonathan Demme)
  3. (10:00 AM) (comedy) Best Friends (1982/109 m/Norman Jewison)
  4. (12:00 PM) (comedy) There's a Girl in My Soup (1970/96 m/Roy Boulting)
  5. (2:00 PM) (comedy) Cactus Flower (1969/104 m/Gene Saks)
  6. (4:00 PM) (drama) Butterflies Are Free (1972/109 m/Milton Katselas)
  7. (6:00 PM) (comedy) Seems Like Old Times (1980/102 m/Jay Sandrich)
  8. (8:00 PM) (crime) Foul Play (1978/116 m/Colin Higgins)
  9. (10:00 PM) (premiere) The First Wives Club (1996/105 m/Hugh Wilson)
  10. (12:00 AM) (comedy) Shampoo (1975/110 m/Hal Ashby)
  11. (2:00 AM) (crime) $ (Dollars) (1971/121 m/Richard Brooks)
  12. (4:15 AM) (premiere) Crisscross (1992/101 m/Chris Menges)
Monday, August 10, 2020 (NORMA SHEARER Day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (silent) The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg (1927/106 m/Ernst Lubitsch)
  2. (8:00 AM) (romance) The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1929/94 m/Sidney Franklin)
  3. (10:00 AM) (drama) A Free Soul (1931/94 m/Clarence Brown)
  4. (11:45 AM) (drama) The Divorcee (1930/82 m/Robert Z. Leonard)
  5. (1:15 PM) (epic) Marie Antoinette (1938/157 m/W. S. Van Dyke II)
  6. (4:00 PM) (romance) Romeo and Juliet (1937/125 m/George Cukor)
  7. (6:15 PM) (romance) Her Cardboard Lover (1942/93 m/George Cukor)
  8. (8:00 PM) (comedy) The Women (1939/133 m/George Cukor)
  9. (10:30 PM) (romance) Smilin' Through (1932/98 m/Sidney Franklin)
  10. (12:30 AM) (romance) The Barretts Of Wimpole Street (1934/110 m/Sidney Franklin)
  11. (2:30 AM) (comedy) Private Lives (1931/84 m/Sidney Franklin)
  12. (4:15 AM) (romance) We Were Dancing (1942/95 m/Robert Z. Leonard)
Tuesday, August 11, 2020 (SAMMY DAVIS, JR. day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (comedy) Pepe (1960/158 m/George Sidney)
  2. (9:00 AM) (crime) Johnny Cool (1963/102 m/William Asher)
  3. (11:00 AM) Rufus Jones For President (1933/21 m/Roy Mack)
  4. (11:30 AM) (comedy) One More Time (1970/93 m/Jerry Lewis)
  5. (1:30 PM) (drama) Convicts 4 (1962/106 m/Millard Kaufman)
  6. (3:30 PM) (musical) Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964/123 m/Gordon Douglas)
  7. (5:45 PM) (comedy) Ocean's 11 (1960/127 m/Lewis Milestone)
  8. (8:00 PM) (drama)Anna Lucasta (1958/97 m/Arnold Laven)
  9. (9:45 PM) (drama) A Man Called Adam (1966/104 m/Leo Penn)
  10. (11:30 PM) (musical) Sweet Charity (1969/148 m/Bob Fosse)
  11. (2:15 AM) (premiere) Tap (1989/110 m/Nick Castle Jr.)
  12. (4:15 AM) (comedy) Smorgasbord (1983/90 m/Jerry Lewis)
Wednesday, August 12, 2020 (LANA TURNER day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (comedy) Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938/91 m/George B. Seitz)
  2. (8:00 AM) (drama) Cass Timberlane (1947/119 m/George Sidney)
  3. (10:00 AM) (drama) A Life of Her Own (1950/108 m/George Cukor)
  4. (12:00 PM) (musical) The Merry Widow (1952/105 m/Curtis Bernhardt)
  5. (2:00 PM) (drama) Betrayed (1954/109 m/Gottfried Reinhardt)
  6. (4:00 PM) (drama) The Bad and the Beautiful (1952/118 m/Vincente Minnelli)
  7. (6:00 PM) (comedy) Bachelor in Paradise (1961/109 m/Jack Arnold)
  8. (8:00 PM) (drama) Peyton Place (1957/157 m/Mark Robson)
  9. (11:00 PM) (drama) Madame X (1966/100 m/David Lowell Rich)
  10. (1:00 AM) (crime) The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946/113 m/Tay Garnett)
  11. (3:00 AM) (romance) Latin Lovers (1953/104 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
  12. (4:45 AM) (romance) Two Girls On Broadway (1940/73 m/S. Sylvan Simon)
Thursday, August 13, 2020 (JOHN BARRYMORE day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (silent) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920/68 m/John S. Robertson)
  2. (7:15 AM) (silent) Don Juan (1926/112 m/Alan Crosland)
  3. (9:15 AM) (silent) When A Man Loves (1927/112 m/Alan Crosland)
  4. (11:15 AM) (drama) State's Attorney (1932/79 m/George Archainbaud)
  5. (12:45 PM) (drama) Rasputin and the Empress (1932/121 m/Richard Boleslavsky)
  6. (3:00 PM) (drama) Night Flight (1933/85 m/Clarence Brown)
  7. (4:30 PM) (suspense) Bulldog Drummond Comes Back (1937/59 m/Louis King)
  8. (5:45 PM) (musical) Maytime (1937/132 m/Robert Z. Leonard)
  9. (8:00 PM) (drama) Grand Hotel (1932/113 m/Edmund Goulding)
  10. (10:00 PM) (comedy) Dinner at Eight (1933/111 m/George Cukor)
  11. (12:00 AM) (premiere) Night Club Scandal (1937/70 m/Ralph Murphy)
  12. (1:30 AM) (comedy) Arsene Lupin (1932/84 m/Jack Conway)
  13. (3:00 AM) (horror) Svengali (1931/81 m/Archie Mayo)
  14. (4:30 AM) (comedy) The Great Man Votes (1939/72 m/Garson Kanin)
Friday, August 14, 2020 (STEVE McQUEEN day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (comedy) The Honeymoon Machine (1961/87 m/Richard Thorpe)
  2. (7:30 AM) (comedy) Soldier in the Rain (1963/87 m/Ralph Nelson)
  3. (9:00 AM) (drama) An Enemy of the People (1978/107 m/George Schaefer)
  4. (11:00 AM) (war) The Sand Pebbles (1966/179 m/Robert Wise)
  5. (2:00 PM) (crime) The Getaway (1972/123 m/Sam Peckinpah)
  6. (4:15 PM) (crime) Bullitt (1968/114 m/Peter Yates)
  7. (6:15 PM) (drama) The Cincinnati Kid (1965/103 m/Norman Jewison)
  8. (8:00 PM) (romance) The Thomas Crown Affair (1968/102 m/Norman Jewison)
  9. (10:00 PM) (war) The Great Escape (1963/172 m/John Sturges)
  10. (1:00 AM) (adventure) Papillon (1973/151 m/Franklin J. Schaffner)
  11. (3:45 AM) (war) Never So Few(1959/124 m/John Sturges)
Saturday, August 15, 2020 (NINA FOCH day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (musical) Fast Company (1953/68 m/John Sturges)
  2. (7:15 AM) (crime) Escape in the Fog (1945/63 m/Oscar Boetticher Jr.)
  3. (8:45 AM) (musical) Sombrero (1953/103 m/Norman Foster)
  4. (10:30 AM) (horror) Cry of the Werewolf (1944/63 m/Henry Levin)
  5. (12:00 PM) (crime) The Dark Past (1948/74 m/Rudolph Maté)
  6. (1:45 PM) (adventure) Scaramouche (1952/115 m/George Sidney)
  7. (4:00 PM) (romance) Cash McCall (1960/102 m//Joseph Pevney)
  8. (6:00 PM) (drama) Executive Suite (1954/105 m/Robert Wise)
  9. (8:00 PM) (musical) An American in Paris (1951/113 m/Vincente Minnelli)
  10. (10:15 PM) (suspense) My Name Is Julia Ross (1945/65 m/Joseph H. Lewis)
  11. (11:30 PM) (crime) Illegal (1955/88 m/Lewis Allen)
  12. (1:15 AM) (crime) The Undercover Man (1949/84 m/Joseph H. Lewis)
  13. (3:00 AM) (suspense) I Love A Mystery (1945/69 m/Henry Levin)
  14. (4:30 AM) (comedy) Young Man With Ideas (1952/85 m/Mitchell Leisen)
Sunday, August 16, 2020 (CARY GRANT day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (romance) Sylvia Scarlett (1935/95 m/George Cukor)
  2. (8:00 AM) (romance) Topper (1937/97 m/Norman Z. McLeod)
  3. (10:00 AM) (comedy) Bringing Up Baby (1938/102 m/Howard Hawks)
  4. (11:45 AM) (comedy) His Girl Friday (1940/92 m/Howard Hawks)
  5. (1:30 PM) (comedy) The Talk Of The Town (1942/117 m/George Stevens)
  6. (3:45 PM) (comedy) Arsenic and Old Lace (1944/118 m/Frank Capra)
  7. (6:00 PM) (comedy) Room For One More (1952/95 m/Norman Taurog)
  8. (8:00 PM) (suspense) To Catch A Thief (1955/106 m/Alfred Hitchcock)
  9. (10:00 PM) (suspense) Charade (1963/113 m/Stanley Donen)
  10. (12:15 AM) (comedy) Dream Wife (1953/99 m/Sidney Sheldon)
  11. (2:15 AM) (drama) Crisis (1950/96 m/Richard Brooks)
  12. (4:00 AM) (comedy) Once Upon a Honeymoon (1942/115 m/Leo McCarey)
Monday, August 17, 2020 (MAUREEN O'HARA day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (suspense) Jamaica Inn (1939/99 m/Alfred Hitchcock)
  2. (8:00 AM) (drama) A Woman's Secret (1949/85 m/Nicholas Ray)
  3. (10:00 AM) (suspense) The Fallen Sparrow (1943/94 m/Richard Wallace)
  4. (12:00 PM) (western) The Rare Breed (1966/97 m/Andrew V. McLaglen)
  5. (2:00 PM) (adventure) At Sword's Point (1951/81 m/Lewis Allen)
  6. (3:45 PM) (adventure) Sinbad the Sailor (1947/117 m/Richard Wallace)
  7. (6:00 PM) (adventure) The Wings of Eagles (1957/110 m/John Ford)
  8. (8:00 PM) (horror) The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939/117 m/William Dieterle)
  9. (10:15 PM) (comedy) Miracle on 34th Street (1947/96 m/George Seaton)
  10. (12:00 AM) (drama) This Land Is Mine (1943/103 m/Jean Renoir)
  11. (2:00 AM) (comedy) Sitting Pretty (1948/84 m/Walter Lang)
  12. (3:45 AM) (drama) Spencer's Mountain (1963/118 m/Delmer Daves)
Tuesday, August 18, 2020 (WARREN BEATTY day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (comedy) Promise Her Anything (1966/97 m/Arthur Hiller)
  2. (8:00 AM) (comedy) Kaleidoscope (1966/103 m/Jack Smight)
  3. (10:00 AM) (crime) Mickey One (1965/93 m/Arthur Penn)
  4. (12:00 PM) (drama) Lilith (1964/114 m/Robert Rossen)
  5. (2:00 PM) (drama) The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (1961/104 m/José Quintero)
  6. (3:45 PM) (drama) Splendor in the Grass (1961/124 m/Elia Kazan)
  7. (6:00 PM) (crime) Bonnie and Clyde (1967/111 m/Arthur Penn)
  8. (8:00 PM) (epic) Reds (1981/195 m/Warren Beatty)
  9. (11:30 PM) (crime) Bugsy (1991/136 m/Barry Levinson)
  10. (2:00 AM) (western) McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971/121 m/Robert Altman)
  11. (4:15 AM) (comedy) The Fortune (1975/88 m/Mike Nichols)
Wednesday, August 19, 2020 (DOLORES DEL RIO day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (silent) The Trail of '98 (1928/88 m/Clarence Brown)
  2. (7:45 AM) (suspense) What Price Glory (1926/121 m/Raoul Walsh)
  3. (10:00 AM) (musical) I Live For Love (1935/64 m/Busby Berkeley)
  4. (11:30 AM) (premiere) Devil's Playground (1937/73 m/Erle C. Kenton)
  5. (1:00 PM) (adventure) The Man From Dakota (1940/75 m/Leslie Fenton)
  6. (2:30 PM) (drama) Journey Into Fear (1942/68 m/Norman Foster)
  7. (4:00 PM) (drama) The Fugitive (1947/100 m/John Ford)
  8. (6:00 PM) (romance) More Than a Miracle (1967/103 m/Francesco Rosi)
  9. (8:00 PM) (adventure) Bird of Paradise (1932/82 m/King Vidor)
  10. (9:45 PM) (musical) In Caliente (1935/84 m/Lloyd Bacon)
  11. (11:30 PM) (musical) Flying Down To Rio (1933/89 m/Thornton Freeland)
  12. (1:15 AM) (drama) Madame Du Barry (1934/79 m/William Dieterle)
  13. (3:00 AM) (western) Cheyenne Autumn (1964/155 m/John Ford)
Thursday, August 20, 2020 (WILLIAM POWELL day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (romance) The Key (1934/71 m/Michael Curtiz)
  2. (7:30 AM) (suspense) The Kennel Murder Case (1933/73 m/Michael Curtiz)
  3. (9:00 AM) (musical) The Great Ziegfeld (1936/176 m/Robert Z. Leonard)
  4. (12:00 PM) (suspense) The Thin Man (1934/91 m/W. S. Van Dyke II)
  5. (2:00 PM) (suspense) Another Thin Man (1939/103 m/W. S. Van Dyke II)
  6. (4:00 PM) (comedy) I Love You Again (1940/99 m/W. S. Van Dyke II)
  7. (6:00 PM) (comedy) Libeled Lady (1936/98 m/Jack Conway)
  8. (8:00 PM) (premiere) The Senator Was Indiscreet (1947/81 m/George S. Kaufman)
  9. (9:45 PM) (comedy) Life with Father (1947/118 m/Michael Curtiz)
  10. (12:00 AM) (drama) One Way Passage (1932/67 m/Tay Garnett)
  11. (1:30 AM) (romance) Jewel Robbery (1932/68 m /William Dieterle)
  12. (3:00 AM) (romance) Reckless (1935/97 m/Victor Fleming)
  13. (4:45 AM) (comedy) High Pressure (1932/73 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
Friday, August 21, 2020 (DIANA DORS day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (crime) Good Time Girl (1948/91 m/David MacDonald)
  2. (7:45 AM) (drama) Oliver Twist (1948/116 m/David Lean)
  3. (9:45 AM) (comedy) Here Come the Huggetts (1948/93 m/Ken Annakin)
  4. (11:30 AM) (crime) Man Bait (1952/78 m/Terence Fisher)
  5. (1:00 PM) (comedy) An Alligator Named Daisy (1957/88 m/J. Lee Thompson)
  6. (2:30 PM) (comedy) I Married a Woman (1958/84 m/Hal Kanter)
  7. (4:15 PM) (crime) King of the Roaring 20s: The Story of Arnold Rothstein (1961/106 m/Joseph M. Newman)
  8. (6:15 PM) (premiere) Danger Route (1967/89 m/Seth Holt)
  9. (8:00 PM) (crime) The Long Haul (1957/88 m/Ken Hughes)
  10. (10:00 PM) (premiere) The Weak and the Wicked (1954/81 m/J. Lee-Thompson)
  11. (12:00 AM) (crime) The Unholy Wife (1957/94 m/John Farrow)
  12. (2:00 AM) (horror) From Beyond the Grave (1973/98 m/Kevin Connor)
  13. (4:00 AM) (comedy) As Long As They're Happy (1957/87 m/J. Lee Thompson)
Saturday, August 22, 2020 (JOHN WAYNE day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (western) The Big Stampede (1932/54 m/Tenny Wright)
  2. (7:00 AM) (western) The Telegraph Trail (1933/54 m/Tenny Wright)
  3. (8:00 AM) (war) Flying Leathernecks (1951/102 m/Nicholas Ray)
  4. (10:00 AM) (comedy) Trouble Along the Way (1953/110 m/Michael Curtiz)
  5. (12:00 PM) (western) Angel And The Badman (1947/100 m/James Ed(war)d Grant)
  6. (2:00 PM) (western) 3 Godfathers (1949/106 m/John Ford)
  7. (4:00 PM) (western) Stagecoach (1939/96 m/John Ford)
  8. (5:45 PM) (western) Fort Apache (1948/128 m/John Ford)
  9. (8:00 PM) (western) The Searchers (1956/119 m/John Ford)
  10. (10:15 PM) (war) Operation Pacific (1951/109 m//George Waggner)
  11. (12:15 AM) (war) Back to Bataan (1945/95 m/Edward Dmytryk)
  12. (2:00 AM) (adventure) The Comancheros (1961/107 m/Michael Curtiz)
  13. (4:00 AM) (suspense) Big Jim McLain (1952/90 m/Edward Ludwig)
Sunday, August 23, 2020 (OLIVIA de HAVILLAND day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (comedy) The Male Animal (1942/101 m/Elliott Nugent)
  2. (8:00 AM) (comedy) Princess O'Rourke (1943/94 m/Norman Krasna)
  3. (10:00 AM) (drama) Light in the Piazza (drama/1962/102 m/Guy Green)
  4. (12:00 AM) (drama) In This Our Life (1942/97 m/John Huston)
  5. (1:45 PM) (adventure) Captain Blood (1935/119 m/Michael Curtiz)
  6. (4:00 PM) (western) Dodge City (1939/104 m/Michael Curtiz)
  7. (6:00 PM) (adventure) The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938/102 m/Michael Curtiz)
  8. (8:00 PM) (epic) Gone With the Wind (1939/238 m/Victor Fleming)
  9. (12:00 AM) (drama) The Heiress (1949/115 m/William Wyler)
  10. (2:15 AM) (drama) To Each His Own (1946/122 m/Mitchell Leisen)
  11. (4:30 AM) (comedy) Hard to Get (1938/82 m/Ray Enright)
Monday, August 24, 2020 (GEORGE RAFT day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (drama) Manpower (1941/103 m/Raoul Walsh)
  2. (8:00 AM) (suspense) Background To Danger (1943/80 m/Raoul Walsh)
  3. (9:30 AM) (suspense) Johnny Angel (1946/79 m/Edwin L. Marin)
  4. (11:00 AM) (crime) Race Street (1948/79 m//Edwin L. Marin)
  5. (12:30 PM) (adventure) Outpost in Morocco (1949/91 m/Robert Florey)
  6. (2:30 PM) (crime) Red Light (1949/83 m//Roy Del Ruth)
  7. (4:15 PM) (crime) A Dangerous Profession (1950/79 m/Ted Tetzlaff)
  8. (5:45 PM) (comedy) Some Like It Hot (1959/122 m/Billy Wilder)
  9. (8:00 PM) (drama) They Drive by Night (1940/95 m/Raoul Walsh)
  10. (10:00 PM) (crime) Each Dawn I Die (1939/92 m/William Keighley)
  11. (11:45 PM) (suspense) Nocturne (1946/87 m/Edwin L. Marin)
  12. (1:30 AM) (premiere) Loan Shark (1952/79 m/Seymour Friedman)
  13. (3:00 AM) (premiere) I'll Get You (1953/78 m/Seymour Friedman)
  14. (4:30 AM) (adventure) Invisible Stripes (1940/81 m/Lloyd Bacon)
Tuesday, August 25, 2020 (ANNE SHIRLEY day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (drama) Chasing Yesterday (1935/77 m/George Nicholls Jr.)
  2. (7:30 AM) (drama) A Man to Remember (1938/78 m/Garson Kanin)
  3. (9:00 AM) (comedy) Chatterbox (1936/68 m/George Nicholls Jr.)
  4. (10:15 AM) (romance) M'liss (1936/66 m/George Nicholls Jr.)
  5. (11:30 AM) (comedy) Make Way for a Lady (1936/65 m/David Burton)
  6. (1:00 PM) (comedy) Too Many Wives (1937/61 m/Ben Holmes)
  7. (2:15 PM) (drama) Mother Carey's Chickens (1938/82 m/Rowland V. Lee)
  8. (3:45 PM) (drama) Sorority House (1939/64 m/John Farrow)
  9. (5:00 PM) (drama) Unexpected Uncle (1941/67 m/Peter Godfrey)
  10. (6:15 PM) (adventure) Bombardier (1943/99 m/Richard Wallace)
  11. (8:00 PM) (drama) Anne of Green Gables (1934/78 m/George Nicholls Jr.)
  12. (9:30 PM) (premiere) Steamboat Round the Bend (1935/96 m/John Ford)
  13. (11:00 PM) (drama) Stella Dallas (1937/106 m/King Vidor)
  14. (1:00 AM) (suspense) Murder, My Sweet (1944/95 m/Edward Dmytryk)
  15. (2:45 AM) (drama) Saturday's Children (1940/102 m/Vincent Sherman)
  16. (4:30 AM) (musical) Music in Manhattan (1944/81 m/John H. Auer)
Wednesday, August 26, 2020 (LAURENCE OLIVIER day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (romance) Westward Passage (1932/73 m/Robert Milton)
  2. (7:15 AM) (comedy) The Divorce Of Lady X (1938/91 m/Tim Whelan)
  3. (9:00 AM) (romance) 21 Days (1940/75 m/Basil Dean)
  4. (10:30 AM) (romance) That Hamilton Woman (1941/125 m/Alexander Korda)
  5. (12:45 PM) (romance) Pride and Prejudice (1940/118 m/Robert Z. Leonard)
  6. (2:45 PM) (epic) Henry V (1944/137 m/Laurence Olivier)
  7. (5:15 PM) (drama) Hamlet (1948/154 m/Laurence Olivier)
  8. (8:00 PM) (romance) Wuthering Heights (1939/104 m/William Wyler)
  9. (10:00 PM) (romance) A Little Romance (1979/110 m/George Roy Hill)
  10. (12:00 AM) (drama) The Entertainer (1960/104 m/Tony Richardson)
  11. (2:00 AM) (comedy) The Prince and the Showgirl (1957/117 m/Laurence Olivier)
  12. (4:00 AM) (musical) The Beggar's Opera (1953/94 m/Peter Brook)
Thursday, August 27, 2020 (CLAUDETTE COLBERT day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (romance) Parrish (1961/138 m/Delmer Daves)
  2. (8:30 AM) (drama) The Secret Heart (1946/97 m/Robert Z. Leonard)
  3. (10:30 AM) (suspense) The Secret Fury (1950/86 m/Mel Ferrer)
  4. (12:15 PM) (comedy) It's a Wonderful World (1939/86 m/W. S. Van Dyke II)
  5. (2:00 PM) (comedy) Without Reservations (1946/101 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
  6. (4:00 PM) (war) Three Came Home (1950/105 m/Jean Negulesco)
  7. (6:00 PM) (drama) Tomorrow Is Forever (1946/104 m/Irving Pichel)
  8. (8:00 PM) (comedy) It Happened One Night (1934/105 m/Frank Capra)
  9. (10:00 PM) (comedy) The Egg And I (1947/108 m/Chester Erskine)
  10. (12:00 AM) (comedy) The Palm Beach Story (1942/88 m/Preston Sturges)
  11. (1:45 AM) (adventure) Drums Along the Mohawk (1939/104 m//John Ford)
  12. (3:45 AM) (adventure) Boom Town (1940/119 m/Jack Conway)
Friday, August 28, 2020 (PAUL HENREID day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (war) Joan of Paris (1942/91 m/Robert Stevenson)
  2. (8:00 AM) (drama) Deception (1946/112 m/Irving Rapper)
  3. (10:00 AM) (western) Song of Love (1947/118 m/Clarence Brown)
  4. (12:15 PM) (crime) Hollow Triumph (1948/82 m/Steve Sekely)
  5. (2:00 PM) (drama) In Our Time (1944/111 m/Vincent Sherman)
  6. (4:00 PM) (drama) Between Two Worlds (1944/112 m/Edward A. Blatt)
  7. (6:00 PM) (drama) Of Human Bondage (1946/106 m/Edmund Goulding)
  8. (8:00 PM) (romance) Now, Voyager (1942/117 m/Irving Rapper)
  9. (10:15 PM) (premiere) For Men Only (1951/93 m/Paul Henreid)
  10. (12:00 AM) (romance) Casablanca (1942/103 m/Michael Curtiz)
  11. (2:00 AM) (adventure) The Spanish Main (1945/101 m/Frank Borzage)
  12. (4:00 AM) (adventure) The Conspirators (1944/101 m/Jean Negulesco)
Saturday, August 29, 2020 (EVA MARIE SAINT day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (romance) The Sandpiper (1965/117 m/Vincente Minnelli)
  2. (8:00 AM) (documentary) Eva Marie Saint: Live From the TCM Classic Film Festival (2014/59 m/?)
  3. (9:00 AM) (war) 36 Hours (1964/115 m/George Seaton)
  4. (11:00 AM) (adventure) Grand Prix (1966/176 m/John Frankenheimer)
  5. (2:00 PM) (drama) All Fall Down (1962/110 m/John Frankenheimer)
  6. (4:00 PM) (western) The Stalking Moon (1968/109 m/Robert Mulligan)
  7. (6:00 PM) (drama) On the Waterfront (1954/108 m//Elia Kazan)
  8. (8:00 PM) (suspense) North by Northwest (1959/136 m/Alfred Hitchcock)
  9. (10:30 PM) (drama) A Hatful of Rain (1957/108 m/Fred Zinnemann)
  10. (12:30 AM) (drama) Raintree County (1957/166 m/Edward Dmytryk)
  11. (3:45 AM) (drama) Loving (1970/89 m/Irvin Kershner)
Sunday, August 30, 2020 (CHARLTON HESTON day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (suspense) Skyjacked (1972/101 m/John Guillermin)
  2. (7:45 AM) (adventure) The Wreck of the Mary Deare (1959/105 m/Michael Anderson)
  3. (9:30 AM) (horror) The Omega Man (1971/98 m/Boris Sagal)
  4. (11:15 AM) (adventure) The Three Musketeers (1973/107 m/Richard Lester)
  5. (1:15 PM) (epic) 55 Days at Peking (1963/154 m/Nicholas Ray)
  6. (4:00 PM) (epic) Ben-Hur (1959/222 m/William Wyler)
  7. (8:00 PM) (crime) Touch of Evil (1958/111 m/Orson Welles)
  8. (10:00 PM) (epic) Khartoum (1966/136 m/Basil Dearden)
  9. (12:15 AM) (adventure) Planet of the Apes (1968/112 m/Franklin J. Schaffner)
  10. (2:15 AM) (horror) Soylent Green (1973/97 m/Richard O. Fleischer)
  11. (4:00 AM) (drama) Number One (1969/105 m/Tom Gries)
Monday, August 31, 2020 (ALAIN DELON day)
  1. (6:00 AM) (romance) The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1964/123 m/Anthony Asquith)
  2. (8:05 AM) (suspense) Scorpio (1973/114 m/Michael Winner)
  3. (10:00 AM) (horror) Spirits of the Dead (1968/121 m/Roger Vadim)
  4. (12:15 PM) (drama) Once A Thief (1965/106 m/Ralph Nelson)
  5. (2:15 PM) (western) Red Sun (1971/115 m/Terence Young)
  6. (4:15 PM) (drama) Have I the Right to Kill (1963/102 m/Alain Cavalier)
  7. (6:00 PM) (crime) Purple Noon (1961/117 m/René Clément)
  8. (8:00 PM) (drama) Rocco and His Brothers (1960/179 m/Luchino Visconti)
  9. (11:15 PM) (premiere) Le Samourai (1967/105 m/Jean-Pierre Melville)
  10. (1:15 AM) (drama) L'Eclisse (1962/126 m/Michelangelo Antonioni)
  11. (3:30 AM) (western) Lost Command (1966/130 m//Mark Robson)
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2020.07.21 20:50 hamsterjockey Brand New Free 20 Team Fantrax Dynasty Points League Needs 4 Managers

Edit: League is full.
I'm looking for four managers for a brand new 20-team dynasty H2H points league. However, due to the shortened season, we will be playing this as a H2H Most Points season. We slow drafted MiLB spots and MLB spots during the offseason and had a few owners no longer be interested. Rosters are 26 MLB players and 25 MiLB players with 7 IR spots (was 5, but added two extras).
League is free and hosted on Fantrax. We use Slack for league chattecommunication. 5 OF spots, 5 SP and 4 RP spots. First Year Player Draft order will be randomized for next year and the draft will be at a much later date.
All team names need to be named after an MiLB team because MiLB team names are fun and awesome.
Highlights of teams are as follows:
Rubber Ducks: Gary Sanchez, Freddie Freeman, Jonathan Villar, Justin Turner, Lorenzo Cain, Starling Marte, deGrom, Grienke, Brad Hand, Cristian Pache, Yoshi Tsutsugo, Mitch Keller, Emmanuel Clase, Kevin Ginkel, Kyle Wright
Bisons: Omar Narvarez, Josh Donaldson, Trevor Story, Trea Turner, Jose Berrios, Zac Gallen, Syndergaard, Gavin Lux, Nick Solak, Kyle Lewis, Randy Dobnak, Anthony Kay, Matthew Liberatore, Justus Sheffield, James Karinchack.
Miracle: Realmuto, Alonso, Moustakas, DeJong, Votto, Michael Brantley, Kiermaier, Nelson Cruz, Arrieta, Kershaw, Lester, Scherzer, Doolittle, Jansen, Dustin May, Daulton Varsho, Ryan Mountcastle, Carter Kieboom, Logan Webb
Biscuits: Miggy, Kris Bryant, Segura, Victor Robles, Gerrit Cole, Chris Sale, Aroldis Chapman, Ken Giles, Kirby Yates, Keibert Ruiz, Alec Bohm, Jerar Encarnacion, Nick Lodolo, Nate Pearson, Thad Ward, Nick Neidert
PM if interested.
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2020.07.16 18:26 stannsmash Offseason Review Series: Day 2 - The Washington Football Team

Washington is dead, long live Washington!

Division: NFC East

2019 Record: 3-13, 4th in NFC East

Coaching Changes

As the marketing says, this is a new RivERA. Almost the entire coaching staff has been replaced, except for the running back and special teams coaches, so let's all give a hand to Randy Jordan and Nate Kaczor for being survivors of the Rivera purge. Here are the highlights:
 

Head Coach: Ron Rivera replaces interim Bill Callahan

After an 0-5 start last season, and multiple season of mediocrity, Dan Snyder finally decided to pull the plug on Jay Gruden. Interim coach Bill Callahan did a...job. The question quickly turned to who would be the newest coach of the Washington Football Franchise. Would it be current OC and potential wünderkid Kevin O'Connell? Would they somehow steal away Mike Tomlin (remember this theory?) No. Enter in: Riverboat Ron.
Ironically, the only way that Washington was able to hire him was by defeating him: in week 13 of the 2019 season, Adrian Peterson and Derrius Guice stomped through Rivera's defense to the tune of 248 yards on the ground. That was enough to seal his fate with owner David Tepper, who was vocal through the season about the panthers status of mediocrity.
While one can reflect on Rivera's tenure as mediocrity, I'd argue it is anything but. As 2-time Head Coach of the Year, Rivera lead the Panthers to 3 1st place finishes in the NFC South, including a historic 15-1 2015 season where the Panthers made it to the Super Bowl behind MVP Cam Newton. Rivera is the winningest coach in Panthers history, with an overall record of 76-63-1. However, he was not Tepper's choice, and for that as a fan I owe Tepper one.
While I would not fault Jay Gruden for all of the Redskins issues the past 5 1/2 years, he seemed destined to stay at most mediocre, never even reaching the highs Rivera has seen. Key Gruden personnel such as Kirk Cousins, Jordan Reed, Chris Thompson, Josh Norman, Josh Doctson, and more are long gone. Rivera has a brand new cast to work with, and I am excited to see it.
Rivera is a proven head coach with a long and public track record. He is known for being a big believer in a strong player-oriented team culture, and god knows this team needs some major culture help, especially in the front office. Looking at you, Mr. Snyder. GRADE: A
 

Offensive Coordinator: Scott Turner replaces Kevin O'Connell

Losing Kevin O'Connell to the Rams is disappointing, no way around it in my mind. Could the Rams get bitten in the rear and throw a green coordinator into the wind? Maybe. But out of all personnel we didn't keep, this one stung the most.
However, one must not dwell on the past too much. Enter in Scott Turner, son of Norv Turner. Turner comes over from Carolina where he was first the QB coach under his father, and then suddenly replaced his father once Rivera was fired. Some highlights of Turner include:
  • Being the Brown's receiver coach during Josh Gordon's monstrous 2013 season
  • Vikings QB coach during Teddy Bridgewater's best years
Yeah that's about it. He is young and hungry, and honestly, I am pretty happy with this choice as well. I have faith in him to develop Haskins, who is the future of the franchise as of now. Hopefully he does not fall out of favor as his father did with our favorite owner. GRADE: B+
 

Defensive Coordinator: Jack Del Rio replaces Greg Manusky

The Redskins defense in my opinion has been underwhelming in recent times, and in large part I blame Greg Manusky for this result. The Redskins defense last year ranked 27th overall, which any Washington fan will tell you is at best a slight shame and at worst a goddamn tragedy. Sure, our secondary was nowhere to be seen. Sure, we we're extremely injured a lot of the time.
But here's the worst part: our front 7 is actually really good. I mean come on: Jonathan Allen, Daron Payne, Matt Ioannidis, Ryan Kerrigan, Montez Sweat, and more should amount to one of the most potent QB rushing attacks of the year. However, the stats show that this is just not true. PFF listed us outside the top ten and in a more general sense the defense overall just seems too ooze mediocrity.
Enter in Jack Del Rio. This man has over 30 years of NFL experience, having multiple positions as both Head Coach and Defensive Coordinators in the past. While his head coaching career has not always been consistent, his defensive strengths are quite apparent. While Wade Phillips was responsible for the Super Bowl winning Broncos of 2015, we cannot forget that Del Rio groomed that defense for years prior, bringing them to the big game as well the year before. His earlier success in Baltimore and Carolina must also be mentioned, but my main point is this: Jack Del Rio is tiers above Manusky.
Del Rio and Rivera are on the same page, and switching to a 4-3 base defense with Del Rio should pay dividends to our defense, particularly our front seven. Look for a strong pass rush with Del Rio under control. GRADE: A
 

Quarterbacks Coach: Ken Zampese replaces Tim Rattay

Zampese formerly worked for the Greatest Show on Turf helping Kurt Warner, Isaac Bruce, and Torry Holt achieve offensive supremacy over the league. He worked for 12 years in Cincinnati, developing both Carson Palmer and Andy Dalton. In addition, he helped to develop Baker his rookie year under literal the dumpster fire of a head coaching regime Hue Jackson had in 2018. After seeing many of Haskins sexy throws to McLaurin, Gandy-Golden and Co. on Instagram, I feel some safety in the QB department for once. GRADE: A-
 

Head Athletic Trainer: Ryan Vermillion replaces Larry Hess

If there's one thing that reminds me of a Washington Football season, its injuries. While Washington was not the only injured team, it definitely felt like one of the worst last year. At the end of the day, the blame falls on random injury luck, proper practice, and the athletic training staff. Larry Hess had been employed by Washington for 17 years, so this move may be seen as a long time coming, especially concerning some of the particularly bad injuries of recent years.
Vermillion has rep with Rivera, as he is the former head trainer for the Panthers. While the Panthers have had some injury troubles of there own as of recently, I am still hopeful that Vermillion and his staff can help the situation over here. GRADE: B
 
 

Free Agency

Players lost/cut
Player Position New team
Chris Thompson RB Jaguars
Colt McCoy QB Giants
Case Keenum QB Browns
Ereck Flowers OG Dolphins
Josh Norman CB Bills
Trent Williams OT 49ers
Montae Nicholson CB UFA
Jordan Reed TE UFA
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie CB UFA
Wendell Smallwood RB UFA
Tony Bergstrom OL UFA
Donald Penn OT UFA
Vernon Davis TE Retired
Key Losses:
  • Ereck Flowers: Flowers had been written off as a bust. His tenure in New York and Jacksonville were both at best mediocre, and at worst disgusting. He gave up tons of pressures, and questions about his devotion to the team were at play. However, Washington was able to reignite Flowers by transitioning him from a tackle to a guard. In this new role, he only allowed two sacks while starting all 16 games. In the end, he was able to get the best pay-day back home in Miami, and for that I cannot hold any ill-will.
 
  • Josh Norman: 5 years. $51.1 million guaranteed. $75 million total. Honestly, I believed in Josh Norman when we first signed him. Coming off an All-Pro year on a stacked 2015 Panthers roster, Norman was proud to declare himself the best corner in the whole league. If you'd ask Norman today, he may still very well agree with that assessment. However, both the film and numbers point to Norman as a one year wonder. He was never able to replicate his 2015 success here, and was barely able to follow receivers like Revis or play the zone like Sherman. I would consider this the worst Redskins free agent signing of the Jay Gruden regime, hands down bar none. At least Matt Jones gave us some 100 yard games. His best games for us were against Cody Kessler and Matt Barkley. I am glad this is over with.
 
  • Trent Williams: Oh Trent-y boy, the pipes, the pipes are calling. I am truly sad to see Mr. Williams suit up for another organization this fall, assuming there will be a football season. Trent has been one of, if not the best offensive lineman in the entire NFL since being drafted 4th overall in 2010. Even as poor football and asinine front office moves surrounded him, Trent remained grounded and supportive of Mr. Snyder's hope to win football games. However, this relationship quickly turned for the worse. I could write this whole page about the Trent Williams saga, so instead I shall link this.
Goodbye Silverback.
 
  • Jordan Reed: If you thought the Trent Williams saga hurt me, oh boy you are not ready for this. Jordan Reed was probably my favorite Washington player up until last season. I was at his first big game in 2013, and boy was it a sight to see. A 3rd round TE from Florida, Reed was a bright spot on a more distant 3-13 Washington Squad still hoping for RG3's knees to spring back to life. When Reed was on fire, he was on. In his heyday of 2015 and 2016, Reed was a top tier Pro-Bowl talent TE possessing the quickness of a WR with the strength and build of a TE. However, we all know how this story ends. In 2013, he only played 9 games due to concussions. In 2014, he hurt his hamstring twice throughout the season yet still played in 11 games. As stated earlier, 15' and 16' were the golden years, but his hamstring came back to derail almost his entire 2017 season. By last year, he had over 9 known concussions, and one can only assume his hamstring is not in good shape. This is a classic example of injuries destroying a once promising career. If you are ever in need of watching some electrifying tight end plays, check this out, I promise you will not regret it. Thank you Jordan!
 
Players signed
Player Position Old team Length Salary
Wes Schweitzer OG Falcons 3 years $13.5 mil, $4 mil guaranteed
Kendall Fuller CB Chiefs 4 years $40 mil, $23.5 mil guaranteed
Logan Thomas TE Lions 2 years $6.145 mil, $2.25 mil guaranteed
Sean Davis S Steelers 1 year $4 mil, $2 mil guaranteed
Kyle Allen QB Panthers 1 year $675k
Thomas Davis LB Chargers 1 year $3.5 mil, $1.75 mil guaranteed
J.D. McKissic RB Seahawks 2 year $3.27 mil, $1 mil guaranteed
Peyton Barber RB Buccaneers 2 year $3 mil, $600k guaranteed
Cornelius Lucas OT Bears 2 year $3.8 mil, $1 mil guaranteed
Richard Rogers TE Eagles 1 year $1 mil
Cody Latimer WR Giants 1 year $1 mil, $137.5k guaranteed
Kevin Pierre-Louis LB Bears 1 year $3 mil, $1.5 mil guaranteed
Jeremy Vujnovich OG Cardinals 1 year $825k
Ronald Darby CB Eagles 1 year $3 mil, $1 mil guaranteed
Mike Liedtke OG Buccaneers 1 year $750k
Key Additions:
  • Kendall Fuller: We are proud to welcome our 2016 3rd rounder and new Super Bowl Champion back to DC. Fuller has proven himself as a formidable slot cornerback, and should be a day 1 starter immediately. In fact, I could see us playing him on the outside if need be, as our secondary will become stretched dry rather quickly. If we can trade for Malik Jefferson, we could finally have all pieces of the Alex Smith trade back on the roster, including Alex Smith himself (hang in there buddy :( ).
 
  • Thomas Davis: A 3x Pro Bowler and bonafide former team leader of the Carolina Panthers, Thomas Davis is a welcome addition to our locker room. While at age 37 he may not start or play the most downs, his presence and familiarity with Rivera lends kindly to helping younger defensive players adjust and learn the new system.
 
  • Ronald Darby: Darby has never played a full 16 game season, and the past two seasons in particular seem to be injury ridden. However, our secondary is in need of a #2 to step up behind Fuller and if Moreau cannot make a leap then Darby better be a frog. This one year, prove-it deal will show whether or not Darby is ready to play with the big boys now.
 
Players resigned
Player Position Length Salary
Jon Bostic LB 2 year $5.1 mil, $2.25 mil guaranteed
Caleb Brantley DT 1 year $750k
Nate Orchard LB/DE 1 year $1 mil, $137.5k guaranteed
Aaron Colvin CB 1 year $1 mil, $137.5k guaranteed
Brandon Scherff OG 1 year $15.03 mil guaranteed (franchise tag)
Important Resigns:
  • Jon Bostic: The former 2nd rounder has bounced around the league since 2013, but with Reuben Foster tearing his ACL in training camp last year, Bostic was thrust into the starting LB slot. While far from perfect, Bostic played surprisingly well last year, recording 105 tackles, a sack, and a pick. It is unclear whether Bostic's ceiling is much higher then this going into year 8 of his career. The signing of Thomas Davis and an even better D-Line could help Bostic shine more as there is less pressure on him. Overall, a good team friendly extension on a starte1st off the bench quality player.
 
  • Brandon Scherff: Except for some penalty troubles, Scherff has been the most consistent offensive lineman this team has had in the past five years who is not upset at our current front office. While I am unsure if he was worthy of the Pro Bowl this past year, he is a stud OG and I am glad we have kept him his whole rookie deal. Hopefully a long-term can be worked out soon (though the deadline may have just past for franchise tagees), but keeping him on the franchise tag is far down the list of personnel issues.
 
 

Draft

Round Number Player Position School
1 2 Chase Young DE Ohio State
3 66 Antonio Gibson WRB Memphis
4 108 Saahdiq Charles OT LSU
4 142 Antonio Gandy-Golden WR Liberty
5 156 Keith Ismael C San Diego State
5 162 Khaleke Hudson LB Michigan
7 216 Kamren Curl S Arkansas
7 229 James Smith-Williams DE N.C. State
UDFA N/A Thaddeus Moss TE LSU
UDFA N/A Steven Montez QB Colorado
UDFA N/A Isaiah Wright WR Temple
UDFA N/A Johnathon Johnson WR Missouri
Grades and Thoughts:
  • Chase Young: How much more can be said about this guy? Young was known for months to be the consensus number one talent of the draft, and that has not changed in the past months. He is a forced to be reckoned with, and putting him alongside our other D-Lineman is a scary sight. The often made comparison is that of the Bosa brothers, who both came into the league and wrecked havoc upon entry. I see Young doing the same thing, having a minimum 10+ sack season. Fear the predator y'all. GRADE: A+
 
  • Antonio Gibson: Almost every analysis I have read about Gibson describes him in one of two ways: 1) A swiss-army knife 2) A football player. While I can't disagree with either, these both seem to be big buzzwords that cable football analysis loves to float around to tons and tons of players. No matter how you describe him, Gibson's highlight real speaks for itself. Most project him into a RB role in our system, and with Chris Thompson setting sail with Jay Gruden Gibson can not pick up the slack here. If he can provide support to Peterson and Guice, great! If he could improve our dismal receiving unit, even better! I like this pick, but can also see it failing if Rivera and Turner cannot utilize him correctly. GRADE: B+
 
  • Saahdiq Charles: Using a picks here on the O-Line was a smart move, as our bench before the draft was extremely thin. Charles has been a part of one of the best O-line's in the nation at LSU, helping Clyde Edwards-Helaire run over the entire goddamn SEC. While there was a distraction of off-field issues, i.e. his six game suspension in his junior year. My understanding is that this stemmed from maturity issues and possible failed drug tests. Without these concerns, Charles would not have fallen to this round. Even with the character issue, his on the field product is fantastic, and if there was any coach to help Charles stay the right path it would be Ron Rivera. GRADE: B
 
  • Antonio Gandy-Golden: My information on Gandy-Golden and Liberty football in general is extremely limited, but the little I have seen is fantastic. At 6'4, 223 lbs Gandy-Golden is prototypical size and his highlights at Liberty reflect that. He is able to utilize is wingspan to have a large catch radius and contend for aired out balls. In addition, while his 4.6 40 yard dash may be slightly underwhelming, his speed on tape is evident and can work. As the receiver competition is wide open, Gandy-Golden can easily become the number two receiver on this squad if he puts in the work. And according to social media, it appears he is trying. GRADE: A
 
  • Keith Ismael: Another offensive linemen, but I struggle to see Ismael in any role besides backup this year. Ismael was solid player for his three year college career, and learning behind our O-line can do him well to bring him up to NFL speed. I can see him sitting behind Rouiller most of the year, but there's always the potential for something more if he is a diamond in the rough. However, I would have liked for a TE selection here. GRADE: B
 
  • Kamren Curl: Curl seemed to be an intrenched starter for Arkansas, but it is hard to see what is exactly unique with his skill set. At 6'1, 206 lbs he has the body of a safety or even cornerback, which tracks as he played both positions in school. The most known information about him is that he was suspended for flirting with a cheerleader his sophomore season, but if that is his biggest character concern then I don't really care. In addition, he later cleared the confusion, noting that the cheerleader just wanted a photo with him. GRADE: C
 
  • James Smith-Williams: A depth signing for our defensive front, which is all good in my book. However, this deep dive into the man shows that Smith-Williams has the potential to be more then a name in DC. His injury history is very troubling, but if he can put that Big Bang Theory Sheldon brain of his to our team then I am all for it. 7th rounders are the time for risks, and Smith-Williams case is a unique one where the injuries are not as much a concern for me. GRADE: C+
 
If the only player we keep out of this draft in the next 5 years is Chase Young, it will still have been a success. However, I have a feeling that other players will make an impact here, particularly with Gibson or Gandy-Golden breaking out in a rushing or receiving competition. For Kyle Smith and Rivera's first draft, it could have gone a lot worse. The amount of BS spewed about us drafting Tua or trading down was EVERYWHERE online before the draft, so I am jus glad we didn't mess it up as bad as we could have. Overall, I'd rate this draft a B+, with the rating going higher if any of these other players break out as well.
 
 

Name Controversy

Look, both you and I know that this subject has been beaten to death, especially on this subreddit. So let us just establish the facts:
  • There has been ample push to change the name since the 1990s.
  • Dan Snyder said in 2013 that he would never change the name. "It's that simple. NEVER — you can use caps."
  • This month, Fedex, along with other major sponsors such as Nike and PepsiCo called on Snyder to change their name or face financial doom.
  • July 13, 2020 Snyder issues a press release stating the name and logo are both officially retired.
There are many more specifics and points of contention on this issue, and I think this WaPo graphic does a good job illustrating other key times that the name has been discussed or been a point of contention.
My thought? About damn time. Look, I understand that the name is offensive and have been all for changing it, but more importantly I just want us to focus on what ideally should be more pressing for this writeup: the players and the game. The politics of the name has been a distraction and disgrace to the proud men who have worn this city on their back for decades. Do not get me wrong: the actual name itself holds little meaning to me personally. However, I am younger than many fans of the team and understand the attachment some have had for their entire lives. Yet, I do not think we need to forget about Theismann, Baugh, Jurgensen, Doug Williams, Rypien, Riggins, the Hogs, and more just by retiring the name. I say, let this begin a new era in Washington football history where we can be remembered for playing a game we enjoy and love, not hurting others if we do not need to.
My personal preference for a new name as of now is Red Wolves. Maintaining the colors and HttR (Howl to the Red Wolves!) sounds nice, and the animal is theoretically indigenous to DC and the southeast US even as we may not see it commonly. If trademarks issues can settle, I believe we will hear the new name before the next season.
 
 

Sexual Harassment/Misconduct Issues

After finishing the Washington Post article today, I was left with a feeling of disgust and sadness, but not shock. Football has always been known as a "boy's club," and seeing women in positions of power in any NFL organization is not common. This is the reason why. While I do not know the situation of every front office, I would not be shocked if this is more common then one would suspect.
Now, do not get me wrong: this is disgusting and Snyder should be ashamed of himself. Letting this persist for over 20 years and clearly not giving any shits is despicable. I do not want to defend these actions in any manner. These men have done disgusting things, and the fact that Snyder has let them slide and persist for all this time is plain gross. This is a question about human decency and respect: do you respect your fellow person enough that you control what you say around them? That you think before you act? Clearly the Washington Football team has not cared about its female employees nearly enough. This is hurtful for everyone, male, female, non-binary, whatever. Please, just consider your fellow person when you are living your life. This is not hard.
 
 

Projected Lineup and Position Groups

 
Offense:
QB1: Dwayne Haskins
QB2: Kyle Allen
This should be Dwayne Haskins year to fully realize himself as a starting quarterback in the NFL. While I love watching his sexy instagram workouts, I can only get so worked up before needing to see the real deal. Since being thrown into the fray last year, we saw Dwayne progress in his decision making, but keep improvements in accuracy, particularly throwing mechanics, should be a focus this year. Even with a...subpar supporting cast (more on that later), this should be Simba's year to break out, or at least show that he is worthy of his first round draft selection.
I don't expect Allen or even Alex Smith (if he has recovered enough, which I am doubtful of) to give Haskins a run for his money. While Rivera has never stated he is sold on Haskins, do not think any other QB will start this season (barring injury.) Washington is committed, at least for this year, to Dwayne Haskins.
 
RB1: Adrian Peterson/Derrius Guice
RB3: Antonio Gibson
It is really a toss-up here whether or not AD or Guice starts, but if history is cyclical then Peterson will get the nod soon enough. I really want Guice to do well, and when he has not been injured he has done fairly well. However, I have little hope that his knees keep holding up, especially considering how much we may need to rely on our run game this year.
Peterson is old, but has shown to be consistent enough when we have a semblance of an offensive line. Our run game is decent, definitely not the worst in the league, but could be close to it. I imagine Gibson may fulfill the role of a receiver back, catching out of the backfield or taking hand-offs. He is bigger than Chris Thompson, but elusive enough that I could see some similarity in usage, especially as a rookie.
 
TE1: Jeremy Sprinkle
TE2: Richard Rogers, Logan Thomas
TE3: Thaddeus Moss
Sprinkle gets the nod here as the number one due to his experience in DC, but as the new regime is in town this is really anyone's game. Stat-wise Rogers and Thomas are relatively consistent, and while Moss has the obvious name recognition he is not even a lock to make the current roster. Sprinkle has always been subpar as a pass catcher, decent as blocker and not much else. Hopefully someone here breaks out or a trade swings through, otherwise this is one of our worst position groups on the roster.
 
WR1: Terry McLaurin
WR2: Steven Sims Jr.
WR3: Antonio Gandy-Golden/Cody Latimer
WR4: Trey Quinn
"McLaurin and then everybody else" is the best way to sum up our receiving unit. Scary Terry is once again our biggest threat and should have just as good if not a better year than 2019 as Haskins' accuracy issues (hopefully) clear up. I Like Sims Jr. as a returner, but his results as a receiver have been inconsistent. Perhaps he could be used similarly to Antonio Gibson, as I see him getting end around hand offs having big success. Gandy-Golden looks promising, but small school talent can be hard to adapt to the NFL. Latimer is a solid depth signing, and I am very unsure if Trey Quinn is worth his roster spot. While I mentioned the Tight End group being poor, this group is equal in that regard. Hopefully our run game can carry once again.
 
LT: Geron Christian Sr.
LG: Wes Schweitzer
C: Chase Roullier
RG: Brandon Scherff
RT: Morgan Moses
Scherff is a bright spot on this mediocre group, but he has had some penalty troubles and the contract situation for him is still unclear as for the future. Geron Christian should hopefully start and have improved since last year, and Schweitzer seems to be a decent signing. I like Rouiller under center for now. Saahdiq Charles and Keith Ismael could both become starters, but I have a feeling Rivera will not want to throw them into the fire early on. Overall I'd categorize this group as "eh?" and hope that our RBs can find enough holes. Haskins has also been improving his mobile game so escapability could be a needed factor with this line.
 
4-3 Defense:
LDE1: Chase Young
LDT: Matt Ioannidis
RDT: Daron Payne
RDE: Montez Sweat
This is by far the best position group on the entire roster. Calling these four the only starters is somewhat a misnomer, as Rivera and Del Rio will be frequently subbing in and out many linemen. Kerrigan and Jon Allen should still have large roles, but these are my choices based on durability and past success. Chase Young should be a stud, and I have heard him having between 10-15 sacks this year. Ioannidis has been a 5th round gem for us, leading the team in sacks last year. Payne and Sweat are both young and have shown some success, and I am hopeful they can both remain at worst starter level linemen. If our line is not getting after QBs like crazy this year, some big questions will need to be raised.
 
WLB: Cole Holcomb, Josh Harvey-Clemons
MLB: Jon Bostic, Thomas Davis
SLB: Ryan Anderson
While not as impressive as the linemen, our LB core is still a solid group. Thomas Davis brings in some leadership to an otherwise young group. Ryan Anderson will finally be playing in his natural position as a 4-3 LB. Both Bostic and Holcomb were impressive last year, though I am hoping their coverage (particularly Holcomb's) could improve. Harvey-Clemons is good for our depth, and solid rotation player. Overall not a flashy group, but should get the job done with the pressure all being up front.
 
CB1: Kendall Fuller
CB2: Ronald Darby, Greg Stroman
CB3: Fabian Moreau, Jimmy Moreland
FS: Sean Davis
SS: Landon Collins
The only unquestionable starters here are Fuller and Collins, and even Collins has been looking down as of recent. My dark-horse candidate is Jimmy Moreland, who impressed in last years preseason before being hidden or unnoticeable during the regular season. Moreau is decent, and Sean Davis is as good as Montae Nicholson ever was (especially considering his legal issues.) The loss of Quinton Dunbar is not sad whatsoever, and while his play was above-average, his robbery skills are very poor. This is the biggest whole in the defense by far, and my guess is that our team will ride or die by this secondary. If the front 7 is doing what it can to apply pressure, there will be some slack here. However, do not be surprised if next years writeup has many different players here.
 
Special Teams:
K: Dustin Hopkins
P: Tress Way
KR: Steven Sims Jr.
PR: Steven Sims Jr.
I want Tress Way to have my children so that they will be blessed with his punting genes. After a couple years of flying under the radar, Way was finally recognized in 2019 with a Pro Bowl and Second-team All-Pro nod. I am upset that Brett Kern got the nod over him for First-team, but the recognition is still appreciated. Hopkins is decent, though he does have a tendency to miss some close kicks (cough vs. Bengals in London cough), but he has provided stability to kicking for years now. Sims emerged last year as our return man, and with him bringing us our first return touchdown since 2015, I'll let him stay. Perhaps Gibson will try returning as well, who knows.
 
 

Schedule Prediction

 
Home against the Eagles: Loss
3 out of the past 4 years Washington has lost its openers, with two of those loses being against the Eagles themselves. Be ready for growing pains with a new name, coaching staff, and supporting cast. This season is not gonna get any easier.
 
Away against the Cardinals: Loss
This game could be a close one, but the Cardinals seem to be on the up with Kyler and Kingsbury. There air raid will be too much for the DC secondary, especially playing in Arizona.
 
Away against the Browns: Win
It's the Browns for god sake. Josh Norman had a game winning pick a couple years back for us against them. Sure, their QB was Cody Kessler, but different year same stories. No more Freddie Kitchens, still the same Browns.
 
Home against the Ravens: Loss
It's the Ravens. Enough said.
 
Home against the Rams: Loss
McVay and Co. should have our number here. Even without Gurley the Rams passing attack should be enough to take us down. The real downfall of our team is the secondary, that should be a pattern to notice. I'd like to believe in a Haskins comeback win here, but who knows.
 
Away against the Giants: Loss
Going into the Meadowlands, I expect a game similar to the late OT thriller of last season, with the Daniel Jones reigning supreme again. Saquon will distract our defense enough that number one receiver... Sterling Shepard will bust us up. Clap man Garett gets us again.
 
Home against the Cowboys: Win
Come on now, it's the Cowboys. Dak is overpaid, blah blah blah. Coming back home and wanting to prove ourselves after a crippling loss last week, I think Simba can pull off a nice home win here.
 
Home against the Giants: Win
Revenge game of the 2019 QBs, and this time Haskins will stay on top. Expect a nice performance from McLaurin, and Chase Young destroying Mr. Jones.
 
Away against the Lions: Win
I'm praying that Chase Young is able to get after Stafford enough that he does not pull a come back against us here, but I expect this game to be close as well. Perhaps Okudah has a pick six, why not.
 
Home against the Bengals: Win
Haskins vs. Burrow. Burrow vs. Young. A bonafide 2019 tank-bowl matchup. I feel we have the upper hand here, but really this game should be a shit show. Should be juicy though.
 
Away against the Cowboys: Loss
Playing in Jerry World is ass, though I'll never forget Colt McCoy leading us to victory on Monday night. No way in hell we go 2-0 against the Cowboys, so mark this down as a loss.
 
Away against the Steelers: Loss
Big Ben is back and can run around in the pocket, meaning even with ample pressure his offense will do better than ours.
 
Away against the 49ers: Loss
It's the Niners, and they mean business. Last year's game was a 9-0 snoozefest for some reason, so I'm guessing this one will be 30-27 shootout. Should be fun to see a potential Trent Williams vs. Chase Young matchup.
 
Home against the Seahawks: Loss
Russell Wilson.
 
Home against the Panthers: Win
Rivera fights his old team and...wins?? Yep, even with Teddy B I feel our defense will keep us afloat. Shaq Thompson is scary, but I am not particularly afraid of Donte Jackson and Eli Apple... Haskins will now probably throw three picks.
 
Away against the Eagles: Win
Ending the season on a positive note, what?? Yes, this one may be a stretch. However, if the Eagles are in the number one spot, my guess is that they would rest their starters against ours. Then again, I have no clue who will win the East so your guess is as best as mine. At any rate, I am ready to 100 percent lockdown Wentz this game, maybe.
 
Final record: 7-9, miss the playoffs, 3rd in NFC East
In my book, this would be an OK first year for Rivera. Coming in with so many green players and an entirely new system can lend itself to mediocrity, but building off of this year is crucial in my book to finally escaping out of the limbo which Washington has played in since Snyder bought the team in 1999.
Draft wise, this should set us up for a pick between...12-15? A solid early/mid-first, probably drafting a receiver, tight end, or secondary player depending on who pans out this year.
 
 

Training Camp Battles to watch

 
  • Wide Receivers:
Like previously mentioned, it is unclear who will be receivers 2 and 3 behind McLaurin. Kelvin Harmon and Steven Sims Jr. emerged as early contenders, but as noted earlier Harmon tore his ACL. Latimer was ok last year on the Giants, but can he beat out Gandy-Golden or Sims Jr. at the top of the chart. I believe players such as Trey Quinn, Cam Sims, Johnathon Johnson and Isaiah Wright are all fighting for a roster space, so seeing them as starters is extremely unlikely. Predicted Winners: Antonio Gandy-Golden and Steven Sims Jr.
 
  • Tight Ends:
This whole roster spot is a toss up. I truly am hoping that Sprinkle gets a kick in the rear to elevate or somebody else steps up, as he was far from a special talent last year. His name makes sense, as he was only able to Sprinkle in a few catches from Haskins and Keenum throughout 2019. Both Richard Rogers and Logan Thomas aren't impressive, so the hope for fans is that Thad Moss or an unknown player such as Marcus Baugh is able to claim the spot. No matter who wins here, the position will be weak. Predicted Winner: Jeremy Sprinkle
 
  • Cornerback:
The battle here lies between all players not named Fuller or Darby. Known Redskins names such as Fabian Moreau, Greg Stroman, Jimmy Moreland, and Danny Johnson are all fighting to be the number 3 corner or remain on the roster in a bench role. I feel at most one of these players will be cut, but overall secondary job security should remain steady for 95 percent of Washington players. Predicted Winner: Fabian Moreau
 
 

Offensive and Defensive Schemes

Offense:
One of the points I've read stressed about Scott Turner is his ability to fit the offense for the QB. As this will be his first full time OC job, it is unclear exactly what schemes he plans to run, but I assume it will be up to date with the fast and mobile trends of stat and data driven offenses today. Perhaps we shall see some similarities to his father, who utilized both Air Coryell and spread techniques in Carolina.
 
Defense: Base 4-3, 4-3 Under
As mentioned before, Del Rio and Rivera are shifting our defense from a 3-4 of the past to a 4-3. This should help our rush game significantly, with players such as Ryan Anderson and Chase Young being able to fit in the scheme quite naturally, For more in depth coverage, be sure to read this Hog's Haven post which will explain it more in depth.  
 
Thanks for reading! Let me know your thoughts down below. Agree, disagree? This was my first year writing, so I hope it was bearable to read!
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2020.06.29 22:38 donnyboyXIII The Brax Curse

The Brax Curse
This is not your average creepypasta story. This is a story of a curse that inflicted the children of the Brax family, it all started when they moved to a desolate house in the middle of nowhere; surrounded by dark woods. This story starts as such. My name is Danny Brax, I have a confession to make, this is why my family became outcasts and it all started with those Woods. My sisters, brother, and I ran away from our house and into The Woods. We came across a log cabin and that’s when my youngest sister, Amanda, became ill so we had to stay for the night. Eventually my eldest sister, Sarah, tried to get to the town a few miles away to get some medicine but got into an accident along the way, a falling log tore through her cheek and injured both of her arms. my brother, James, went looking for her and brought her back and set her on one of the beds he soon became sick and feverish to the point that he couldn’t move himself, he said that a mist is surrounding the woods and making us sick. But I’ve been outside and I didn’t get sick so I chose to go to the town to try and get help. At midnight I got some supplies, a flashlight and extra batteries, then headed out. On the way through the thick mist my flashlight died, so I had to move very carefully through the dark woods and underbrush as I attempted to put in new batteries. On the outskirts of the town I managed to get new batteries in and when I turned on the flashlight the beam illuminated a small figure. A young lady maybe in her twenties, with oily hair, clumped together like she hadn’t showered in a while, her shoulders bore long thin black spikes of varying lengths and sizes, her clothing was tattered and crusted in dirt. Her hands and her arms were black as pitch from what could be seen through the torn fabric and her fingers were in the shape of claws. Now as I said this is not your normal story, most people would be scared and run away but not me. I felt a sort of connection to her for I too was alone in the woods, and as I approached her she asked in a raspy voice. “You’re not scared of me? Now that’s a rare sight.” then she looked up and her eyes were unlike anything I've seen, her eyes were pitch black except for her pupils which glowed the purest white. “Aah, I could see why…. You need help, I presume? And let’s see, maybe some medicine.” When I asked her how she knew she said she was in my place once. She helped me gather the supplies from a nearby store, the owner didn’t blink at how the woman looked. But people that passed by us on the street turned around and went back the way they came. I looked at the horizon it was already dawn and the sun was starting to come up. As we walked through the woods she told me her name was Tarah and she lived in the woods but she hasn’t been to her cabin for a few days. As we walked through the woods I heard a crack coming from above us and instinctively prepared for something to attack. I looked up, as I did a large tree branch hit me in the head. Causing a gash on my lip about three inches long and removed my right eye completely. I must have passed out but here’s what I was told happened. Tarah got to the cabin carrying me and she burst through the door. Cleared the dining room table, placed me on it and started pulling out bandages for my wounds, Amanda and James came running into the room after hearing the commotion. When Amanda saw me, screamed. But stopped abruptly when she saw Tarah and quietly whispered in a shocked voice, “you’re one of us. Can you help?” and Tarah replied, “yes I am.” and that was it. When I awoke the next morning my head was throbbing and the right side of my face burned from the medicine used on the wounds, James and Sarah were sitting next to me on the couch. Sarah was bandaged up as well and I could hear Amanda in the next room playing and singing to herself, and Tarah was gone. There was a mirror on the wall opposite me and I could see Amanda in its reflection. Her orange hair now had streaks of red trough it and there small black spikes poked through it. Her arms and hands were a deep gray color, and here hands were now more like claws, the same for Sarah’s hands but her arms were also taking on a steel deep gray color similar to Tarah’s arms. Both girls had spikes protruding from their shoulders and back as well. Sarah’s bandages were removed. The tear in her cheek went all the way to her mouth creating a hole where the corner of her mouth once was. The tear ended just after her teeth so there was a gap that you could see into her mouth. James had a bandage covering his left eye and a mask covering his mouth, but I could clearly see the outline of his eye through the bandage and it was glowing a bright white color. Looking back in the mirror this time at my own reflection, I could see that the gash on my lip had healed but left a long jagged scar. I removed the bandage covering my right eye and I could see! My right eye was just like Tarah’s but a darker black. My shoulders now sported long blackish red spikes similar to hers that trailed down along my back. I took off my shirt and saw that the spikes were actually growing out of my skin. Next to the couch was a note that Tarah had left it read. 
‘See you in a little bit, I went to go get a friend of mine who could help with your predicament.’
Some time later we could hear Tarah’s voice coming from the woods, along with a warbling static -like noise. We went out onto the porch to see what was going on. In the yard we could see her talking with a tall, slender, pale white man with no facial features dressed in a black suit and tie with sleek black dress shoes. He had long snaking black tentacles protruded from his back, much like tree branches spreading from a large black tree. Tarah was talking and gesturing towards the cabin but stopped when she saw us standing there and then said, “I brought over a good friend of mine, I hope that’s okay.” and then Amanda screamed “Uncle!” and ran towards the man. I walked up to him and asked him what he wanted and he pointed east of the cabin. In the distance we could see a large wooden mansion with thirty or so people and animals in front. Amanda shrieked with joy as a large red and black dog with a smaller but similar cat came over to us. Followed by a couple, the girl was wearing all black and had a white mask with black lips and eyes she had a kitchen knife strapped to her side, and the man also in black, had crazy looking hair, he wore a white hoodie covered in red blood and a pair of blue jeans, his face was bleached white and his mouth was cut into a smile. Near the edge of the forest in a clearing there was a group of about 10 kids with deep black eyes watching us from a distance. Two younger girls around eight or ten years old came over and at first I thought they were sisters but now I know they are named Sally Williams and Lazari Swann. Lazari is the daughter of the demon of madness named Zalgo, so that’s pretty scary but it explains a lot about her, like when she goes demon and tries to eat you and Sally is a neglected child who had abusive parents and ran away, nearly dying in the woods until Slender-man found her. I later saved Lazari’s life by fending off a pack of wolves that were trying to attack her. So she thinks of me as some kind of a guardian angel. But honestly I would leave that to Judge Angels, honestly though, I don’t think Lazari really needed help. She could have easily torn those wolves to shreds. I also became best friends with a guy everyone calls Eyeless Jack, I call him EJ for short. There is a couple, the ones that we first met, Jane Richardson and Jeffrey Woods who act like the parental figures of the group. I’m getting fighting lessons from Jeff and also from Judge Angels; who is also like the armory expert. Liu, Jeff’s brother got us ‘squared away’ and into our own rooms, my room is with EJ and my brother James, and Sarah shares a room with Clockwork, Lazari and Amanda. Sarah also seems to like Liu so that’s going on. Amanda hangs out with a boy named Ben. When we first got to the mansion we got our bandages redone by Nurse Ann and Dr. Smiley who are the doctors of the family . They’re really quite nice as long as you don’t get Ann mad. When that happens she pulls out a black chainsaw and trust me it’s terrifying. We later met the others like Laughing Jack and Jill who are great at throwing parties (unless they literally throw the party at you), we met The Rake who plays with Amanda a lot because he is fond of her since she has claws too. James started hanging out with the Black-Eyed children is teaching them how to survive in the woods and I started filming with a group that calls themselves the Marble Hornets. Masky ( Timothy Wright) is also a member of Uncle’s proxies, Masky is like the boss of the group, Hoodie ( Brian) is the cameraman and Toby ( Tobias Erin Rogers) is the entertainment and trust me, he does a good job without even actually trying. I later learned that Toby is dating my sisters roommate Clockwork, and that Toby can make some really amazing waffles. Lately I’ve been hanging out with, and I guess you can say dating, a girl named Suicide Sadie who’s real name is Sadie Mary Bennett. Fast forwarding ten years and here we are now I help the Puppeteer, Jonathan Blake, Jason the Toy-maker, The Doll-Maker, Marcel Mannequin, to make toys for the little kids that live here and I’ve been working on my uncanny ability to bring toys to life. I figured that out by accident with Milla (a little girl named Lily’s doll) Lily is a lot like Sally, but that’s enough for now, uncle Slendy’s calling us with news about some sort of war that is about to happen. The battle against Zalgo and a group known as Wights? Whatever happens this is my story and the legend of this ‘invisible’ war will be told, if not by me, then someone else and I will have been in it fighting to protect everyone I love from the devastation to come. Bye for now hopefully I survive and can tell more of my story. 

Sincerely:Danny Brax
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2020.06.29 22:14 ZB4 Chapo Ep. Guide

Title Duration Guests Hosts Date Reading/Viewing Series Topics of Discussion/Riffs
- Bryan interviews Will, Matt, and Felix about seeing 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi in theaters 01:34:55 Bryan Quinby and Brett Payne Felix, Matt, Will 02 February 2016 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
1 THA SAGA BEGINS 01:18:35 13 March 2016
2 We Need to Talk About Kevin (a.k.a Enta the Dungeon) 01:20:49 19 March 2016 Kevin D. Williamson
3 Freeway Ross Douthat Sailboat Dope 01:31:27 Brendan James 27 March 2016 Privilege: Harvard and the Education of the Ruling Class by Ross Douthat
4 Bernie Blanco From the Bronx 01:43:54 03 April 2016 Scalia’s Death
5 What's So Civil About the Civil War Anyway? 01:18:04 Carl Beijer 10 April 2016 Kurt Schlichter John Kasich Campaign Events
6 Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice & Development 01:11:06 Matt V. Brady 17 April 2016 Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice Chapo Mediaite Profile
7 The Prince & the Egg: An Anil Dash Adventure 01:22:52 24 April 2016 Kevin D. Williamson
8 Children of Bruen 01:13:17 Elizabeth Bruenig 01 May 2016 Strip Club Ennui from The Federalist The Innovation Party, The Baseball Crank
9 Trump Stakes or Election 2016: The Age of Apocalypse 01:20:53 08 May 2016 Ben Shapiro, Milo, Ben Carson, Erdogan Street Team
10 No FoPo, Fight the Blob 01:20:01 Derek Davison 15 May 2016 Rod Dreher Iran, ‘The Blob’, Ben Rhodes
11B Doctor Faustus 00:32:16 18 May 2016 Joshua Foust
11 Cranking the Donkey 01:11:59 Matt Taibbi 22 May 2016
12B The French Vasectomy 00:39:28 25 May 2016
12 Love That Ron 01:00:14 Virgil Texas 29 May 2016 Applebee's America Carl Digger, Ron Fournier, Chris Cilliza, Mark Halperin, HotSoup.com
13B Eyes Wide Cuck 00:51:03 01 June 2016 Kimbo Slice, Al Giordano
13 Justified But Woke 01:19:47 Connor Kilpatrick 06 June 2016 The Bernie Sanders I Thought I Knew Is Gone
14 Chillin' In Cedar Rapids Iowa 01:06:09 13 June 2016 Al Giordano, Peter Thiel
15 Alligator Tears 00:51:04 Roqayah Chammseddine 16 June 2016 The Gator Tweet
16 The Male Female Radio Hour 01:20:56 Lee Fang 20 June 2016 Dennis Prager William F. Buckley's sailboat, Adbusters
17 The Road to Soavedom 00:52:33 Robby Soave 25 June 2016
18 The Upset Guv'ner: DeCrecio's Brexit Bungle 01:25:00 Jonathan Shanin 26 June 2016 Rod Dreher, various Brexit opinions Politicon, Brexit, Chapo Mail Bag
19 Boobs, Sir, I Punched the Bursar 01:03:04 30 June 2016 The Federalist
20 Chapo vs. Sherdog: UFC 2000 01:27:30 Jordan Breen 05 July 2016 Charles Murray
21 Oaxaca Flocka Flame 00:44:40 Tony (@MexicAnarchist) 08 July 2016
22 The Trap Is A MESS 01:31:09 Vic Berger 11 July 2016 Courage is Contagious by John Kasich
23 Reign All Over My Face 01:01:41 14 July 2016 Reign Over Me
24 Gulens Gonna Gulen 01:19:04 Derek Davison 18 July 2016 We Are The Left
25 Lady Ghostbusters 01:02:19 Amber A'Lee Frost 24 July 2016 Ghostbusters (2016)
26 ReTHUGlican National CRIMEvation 01:14:43 Bryan Quinby 25 July 2016 DNC Emails
27 Tomorrow Belongs to Them 01:26:44 Dan O'Sullivan 30 July 2016
28 Chapo Comes Alive! 01:17:40 Bryan Quinby and Brett Payne 03 August 2016
29 London Falling 00:56:14 Sam Kriss 03 August 2016 London Has Fallen
30 Freeway Ross Douthat Pt. 2: The Harvard Plug 01:19:03 Brendan James 05 August 2016 Privilege: Harvard and the Education of the Ruling Class by Ross Douthat
31 Brooklyn Tyrannical Gardens 00:59:13 11 August 2016
32 Suicide Is Shameless 01:04:40 Matt V. Brady 15 August 2016 Suicide Squad
33 The Uncucking of the Candidate 01:12:16 Libby Watson 18 August 2016 Wonkette
34 Masculinity for Boys 01:16:25 22 August 2016 David French
35 Bloodlands 01:14:19 Adrian Bonenberger 25 August 2016
36 Dear Gulen 01:33:29 Liza Featherstone 29 August 2016 The Federalist, Dear Prudie
37 Teen Party 00:57:14 Brandon Wardell 01 September 2016
38 Elevator to Heaven 01:20:23 Maria Hengevald 05 September 2016
39 The Conqueror 01:10:51 Derek Davison 09 September 2016 The Conquerer
40 Sborts Night 01:34:47 Greg Howard 12 September 2016 In Saudi Arabia, a revolution disguised as reform in the Washington Post
41 Smash 01:15:52 Alex Nichols (@Lowenaffchen) 16 September 2016 Crash (2004)
42 Uber for Ubermensch 01:30:43 Ed Zitron and Noah Kulwin 18 September 2016
43 ElfQuest 01:16:43 22 September 2016 Rod Dreher, profile of Jim Cooley
44 The Gowanus Ideas Festival 01:22:33 Virgil Texas and Sam Kriss 26 September 2016 David Brooks, Ross Douthat
45 Cath Bash 01:09:52 01 October 2016
46 No Cucks in the Foxhole 00:59:07 James Adomian 04 October 2016
Knowledge God 00:36:15 04 October 2016 “The right to vote should be restricted to those with knowledge” and “Finally. Someone who thinks like me”
47 I Am Legend 01:06:41 Francis (@ArmyStang) 06 October 2016 American Sniper
48 A Problem from Heck 01:20:57 Chase Madar 09 October 2016
49 Caleb 01:01:29 12 October 2016 Caleb
50 AKP 50th Episode Ergenekon Extravaganza 01:17:51 Matt Karp 17 October 2016
51 The Post Officers 01:08:46 Katherine Krueger 19 October 2016
52 Dirty Wars 2: Rise of McRaven 01:17:11 Jeremy Scahill 23 October 2016
53 The French Resistance 00:58:08 Alexander Zaitchik 26 October 2016
54 Trap House of Horror: The Hanging Boyz 00:48:21 Kath Barbadoro 30 October 2016
55 The Chapofication of the Western Male 01:01:38 02 November 2016
- Walther Interview 00:44:00 Matthew Walther 06 November 2016
56 Under Siege Year 3: Before Year Zero 01:01:27 Brendan James 07 November 2016
57 Chapo News Network Election Night Live Show 01:41:01 Virgil Texas 08 November 2016
58 We Live in the Zone Now 01:00:44 Virgil Texas 12 November 2016
59 Tell Your God to Ready for Chud 01:02:11 Matt Karp and Connor Kilpatrick 17 November 2016
60 Off-Off-Broadway 01:05:41 Erin Gloria Ryan 20 November 2016 Hillary Clinton Is More Than a President by Virginia Heffernan
61 Who Makes the Nazis? 00:53:19 Ricky Rawls 24 November 2016
62 Chapo Struggle Session 00:58:23 30 November 2016 Rod Dreher
- Felix After Dark 00:38:04 03 December 2016
63 SuccessFail: The McMegan Story 01:22:04 Ezekiel Kweku 04 December 2016 The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success by Megan McArdle
64 Candyman IV: Curse of Caleb 00:53:41 Katie Halper 08 December 2016 Caleb
65 No Future 01:06:39 Adam Curtis 11 December 2016
66 Pizza Party! 01:08:04 Jacob Bacharach 16 December 2016
67 The Swordfish Episode 00:56:24 17 December 2016
- The Inebriated Past 00:36:42 21 December 2016
68 Applebees Christmas Spectacular 01:09:27 Kath Barbadoro 23 December 2016 True Allegiance by Ben Shapiro
69 Angela & Strawberry 00:57:34 James Adomian 29 December 2016
70 Real Strain Hours 01:03:36 Libby Watson 04 January 2017
71 Crapo Cat House: The Half-Lost Episode 01:16:56 Alex Nichols 09 January 2017 True Allegiance by Ben Shapiro
72 The Pre-Taped Call-In Show 01:00:32 13 January 2017
73 Better Call Saul Alinsky 01:04:49 Bill Corbett 15 January 2017 Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party
74 Tabletop Game Theory Pt. 1 01:03:42 18 January 2017
75 Mr. Chapo Goes to Washington 01:05:09 Sam Kriss 22 January 2017
76 Tabletop Game Theory Pt. 2 00:59:53 24 January 2017
77 No Country for Gorilla Men 01:11:08 Matt Taibbi 29 January 2017
78 Terminal 00:55:57 31 January 2017
- Mixed Martial Law 01:01:40 Karim Zadan 02 February 2017
79 Our Values Are Under Attack 00:57:16 Tim Heidecker 06 February 2017 True Allegiance by Ben Shapiro
80 Kolob Trap House 01:00:09 Adam Friedland 09 February 2017
81 The Devil In Mother Jones 01:00:30 Shane Bauer 12 February 2017
82 War Is Heck 00:48:57 Brace Belden 13 February 2017
83 Boston Skrong 01:02:20 15 February 2017 Patriot’s Day
84 President Wario 01:13:12 19 February 2017
85 The Appropriaters 00:52:11 Shuja Haider 22 February 2017
86 Fash the Patriarchy 00:51:40 Angela Nagle 26 February 2017
87 The Basketball Snob 01:00:24 02 March 2017
88 Sebastian Goku 01:07:50 Derek Davison 05 March 2017
89 Napoleanic Rules for Success 01:09:56 @Trillburne 10 March 2017 The Duellists
90 Gorka's Revenge 01:01:43 James Adomian (as Sebastian Gorka) 12 March 2017
91 The Lasagne Code 00:53:46 Leon (@leyawn) 17 March 2017 Caleb
92 No. 1 in Heaven 00:49:56 20 March 2017
93 Madness? THIS IS CHAPO 01:00:30 23 March 2017 300
94 The Brian Johnstown Massacre 01:16:38 Jacob Bacharach 26 March 2017
95 Hillbilly Smellegy 01:03:14 Matt Sitman 30 March 2017 Hillbilly Elegy
96 Night At The Museum 01:05:53 Tim Heidecker (as Alex Jones) 02 April 2017 Some personal notes on the ‘Blacksonian’ by Jay Nordlinger for the National Review
97 Hollywood Upstairs Medical College 01:19:39 Timothy Faust 06 April 2017
98 Gorka II: The Gorkaning 01:06:39 Alex Pareene and James Adomian (as Sebastian Gorka) 09 April 2017
99 Taxi To the Dark Side 01:06:58 Adam Friedland 13 April 2017
100 Chapo Goes To College 01:44:51 Timothy Faust 17 April 2017
101 Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc 01:12:51 19 April 2017 The West Wing
102 Maintaining Emotional Control 01:06:54 Rob Delaney 23 April 2017
103 Décision Désk La France 00:55:00 James Adomian 26 April 2017
104 We've Always Been Here 01:23:01 30 April 2017 People's Republic by Kurt Schlichter
105 The Grey Ladykillers 01:19:12 04 May 2017 Op-Eds from The New York Times, Rod Dreher
106 Work No Play 01:27:54 Timothy Faust and Miya Tokumitsu 07 May 2017 Health-Care Blame Game by David French in the National Review
107 Fight Club 00:57:23 Karim Zidan 10 May 2017
108 Night On Bald Mountain 01:22:08 Matt Bruenig 14 May 2017
109 Media Twatters 01:09:16 Libby Watson 19 May 2017 The New York Times
110 The Rocktober Revolution 01:12:07 China Miéville 22 May 2017
111 The Goddamn Freaking News 01:19:40 24 May 2017 The Newsroom
112 Orbsplainer 01:13:32 David Cross 25 May 2017
113 Hit and Run 01:00:07 R.L. Stephens 01 June 2017
114 Meat The Press 00:57:17 Alex Nichols 04 June 2017
- God Save Our Jezza 00:38:31 Jonathan Shainin 06 June 2017
115 Austin Shitty Limits 01:05:18 Brian Gaar 07 June 2017 The Vanishing American Adult by Ben Sasse
- Chapo Global Edition: You Down With GCC? 01:19:40 Derek Davison 08 June 2017
116 Jezz In My Pants 01:00:11 12 June 2017
117 Kill All Nermals 01:11:03 Angela Nagle 14 June 2017
118 From Russia With CHUD 01:05:04 Sarah Jones 18 June 2017 Beware of Blaming Government for London Tower Fire by Megan McArdle
- The Inebriated Past: Sewer Surfin' 00:38:09 21 June 2017
119 Bating For Gadot 01:07:54 25 June 2017 Wonder Woman
120 Fearless Girlilla Mindset 01:09:25 28 June 2017 Gorilla Mindset by Mike Cernovich
121 These Things I Believe 01:12:30 04 July 2017
122 The Virgin Suicides 01:16:03 Adam Friedland 06 July 2017 Steven Crowder, Ben Shapiro on Celibacy
123 UBIsoft 01:00:05 Clio Chang 10 July 2017
124 Gabagool 01:16:39 13 July 2017 Megan McArdle, David Brooks, Trump as Pericles
125 Fast And Furious: Toledo Drifter 00:55:20 Tim Heidecker 15 July 2017 Gorilla Mindset by Mike Cernovich
126 Tabletop Game Theory Pt. III: The Russian Interference 01:01:04 19 July 2017
127 Dr. Dementia 01:09:08 Ricky Rawls 23 July 2017 Rod Dreher
128 Tabletop Game Theory Pt. IV: The Russian Interference 01:30:23 26 July 2017
129 The Affordable Covfefe Act 01:06:33 Timothy T-Bone Faust 30 July 2017
130 The Milk People 01:11:45 Libby Watson 04 August 2017
131 Deep Dish Chapo: Live @ The Hideout 01:08:18 09 August 2017
- Bonus Deep Dish Chapo: Live @ The Hideout 01:09:06 Bryan Quinby and Brett Payne 12 August 2017
132 Bloco's Modern Life 01:17:02 Marcus Barnett and Catarina Príncipe and Djordje Kuzmanovic 12 August 2017
133 Antifap 00:57:59 Shuja Haider 18 August 2017
134 Memento Maury 01:00:23 Joe Mande 20 August 2017
135 Barron Protectors 01:15:08 Leslie Lee 23 August 2017 ??? by the National Review
136 Lullaby For Lanyards 01:02:11 Joe Prince 27 August 2017
137 HUMINT Centipede 01:20:21 29 August 2017
138 Verrit Carefully 01:09:15 Alex Nichols 05 September 2017
139 Enter The Noid 01:11:43 07 September 2017
140 DACA Flocka Flame 01:12:22 Karina Moreno 09 September 2017
141 Chapo Cartoon Cavalcade 01:13:27 14 September 2017
142 The Schlock Doctrine 01:09:31 Naomi Klein 17 September 2017 Under Anesthesia, Everything Was Beautiful by Peggy Noonan
143 Splattering of the Juggalos 01:16:26 21 September 2017 Articles from The Federalist and Rod Dreher
144 White Men Can't Drumpf 01:00:12 24 September 2017
145 Return of the Blob 01:06:40 Derek Davison 28 September 2017
146 Better Ingredients, Better Healthcare, Chapo Johns 01:07:21 Timothy Faust 01 October 2017 Why Is Italian Food So Amazing? by Megan McArdle
147 Gun Kata 01:04:09 05 October 2017
148 Lost In The Sauce 01:08:23 Patton Oswalt 09 October 2017
149 Live @ The Biltmore Hotel 00:54:24 James Adomian 12 October 2017
150 Get Kony 00:47:45 Tim Heidecker 14 October 2017
151 Cass Rules Everything Around Me 01:13:59 19 October 2017
152 Iran Off On the Plug Twice 01:08:39 22 October 2017 The Cobbler
153 Dry Goys 01:01:17 Eli Valley 26 October 2017
154 Listening Tour 01:01:21 30 October 2017 On Safari in Trump's America by The Atlantic
155 The Antifa Treason And Plot 01:10:07 Will Sommer 02 November 2017
156 38 Ways to Fix Puerto Rico 01:24:56 Aída Chávez 06 November 2017 38 Ways to Fix Democracy by The Washington Post
- I’d Rather Be Salman 00:40:19 Derek Davison 08 November 2017
157 Brazile Nuts 01:15:24 David Roth 09 November 2017 Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns That Put Donald Trump in the White House by Donna Brazile
158 Double Flynndemnity 01:08:35 13 November 2017 Greta Van Sustren and her apology app
159 Gentleman Ben Franklin 01:16:17 Bill Corbett 16 November 2017 In Search of Liberty
SPECIAL HOLIDAY BONUS EP - In Search of Liberty Chapo Special Audio Commentary 01:32:21 Bill Corbett 24 November 2017
160 Live at the Bell House 01:23:00 16 November 2017
161 Gladiator Boy 01:12:37 25 November 2017 Ben Shapiro, a Provocative ‘Gladiator,’ Battles to Win Young Conservatives from the New York Times
162 Arab Spring Breakers 01:09:36 James Adomian (as Sebastian Gorka) 28 November 2017
163 Motherbox XXX (The Justice League Episode) 01:15:17 29 November 2017 Justice League
164 The Deficit Rag 01:17:39 04 December 2017
165 New York State of Mindfulness 01:11:18 Mike Recine 06 December 2017 Where Silicon Valley Is Going to Get in Touch With Its Soul from the New York Times
166 The Water Genious 01:16:06 Nomiki Konst 10 December 2017
167 The Poop Touchening 01:15:42 Matt Bruenig and Ryan Cooper 14 December 2017 David Brooks
168 Nut Neutrality 01:13:59 Sam Seder 17 December 2017
169 Alternative Failson Tax 01:08:34 20 December 2017 3 Reasons Millennials Should Ditch Karl Marx for Ayn Rand by the Foundation for Economic Education
170 A Christman Carol 00:44:26 James Adomian (as Chris Matthews and Sebastian Gorka) and Brendan James 24 December 2017
171 The Way of the Shadow Wolves 01:12:54 28 December 2017 The Way of the Shadow Wolves by Steven Seagal, Megan McArdle’s Kitchen Guide
172 So It's Come To This... 01:26:56 Brendan James 31 December 2017
173 Pontypool Chapos Everything 01:27:07 03 January 2018
174 Ooohh Baby I Like It Raw 01:11:46 07 January 2018 Unfiltered Fervor: The Rush to Get Off the Water Grid from the New York Times
175 The Dark Professor 01:12:04 09 January 2018 It's Time to Bomb North Korea from Foreign Policy
176 Any Port In a Stormy 01:17:43 Alex Pareene 13 January 2018
177 The News Queen 01:10:09 Brendan James 17 January 2018 The Post
178 Government Nutdown 01:08:46 22 January 2018
179 The Inebriated Past Part 3: SDS and the Weather Underground 01:06:33 25 January 2018
180 D Triple C 6 Mafia 01:05:18 Ryan Grim 25 January 2018
- Bonus: Virgil Interviews Kaniela Ing 01:01:49 Kaniela Ing Virgil 31 January 2018
181 Potus6ix9ine 01:15:39 02 February 2018
182 Soup or Bowl? 01:25:45 05 February 2018 Megan McArdle
183 GlenGreenwald Glen Ross 01:16:57 Glenn Greenwald 07 February 2018
184 The United States of Care Lords 01:25:51 Dino Guastella 11 February 2018 TPUSA activist’s essay
185 Own Your Own Immigrant! 01:10:21 15 February 2018
186 Executive Producer 01:17:17 Richard D. Wolff 18 February 2018
187 Mumsnet 00:53:00 Marcus Barnett 21 February 2018
188 Menaker Facts Stated 01:14:23 Daniel Menaker 25 February 2018 Dennis Prager
189 All That Is Solid Melts Into Sauce 01:03:52 Patton Oswalt 27 February 2018
190 School's Out 01:17:23 Michael Mochaidean 04 March 2018
191 The Shape of Whiffen 01:12:25 David Cross 07 March 2018 Rod Dreher
192 Spice World 01:20:53 Jacob Bacharach 10 March 2018 Megan McArdle
193 AIPAC: All Eyez On Me 01:15:38 Noah Kulwin 15 March 2018
- Break Up Rex 00:52:13 Derek Davison 17 March 2018
194 F*ck 12 01:19:32 Shuja Haider and James Adomian (as Elon Musk) 18 March 2018 12 Rules for Life by Jordan B. Peterson
195 Frost/Christman: Marx and the Movies 01:00:01 22 March 2018 The Death of Stalin, The Young Karl Marx
196 Crazy Joe's Folly 01:13:58 26 March 2018
197 The YIMBY Failing Project 01:11:04 Shanti Singh 28 March 2018
198 Asked & Answered 01:06:12 03 April 2018
199 Ready Chapo One 01:09:32 Matt V. Brady 05 April 2018 Ready Player One
200 The Jeffrey Goldberg Variations 01:17:30 James Adomian (as Kurt Eichenwald) 09 April 2018
201 The Social Networth 01:06:52 Libby Watson 12 April 2018
202 Sgt. Anne Marie Slaughter 01:36:57 Dan Finn and Eric Blanc 15 April 2018
203 The Truth About Cats & Syria 01:19:44 John Dolan 19 April 2018
204 Comey the Clown 01:21:35 Katherine Krueger 23 April 2018 A Higher Loyalty by James Comey
- Bonus: Virgil Interviews Dan Canon 00:50:37 Dan Canon 24 April 2018
205 The Energy Shiftening 01:09:30 Will Sommer and James Adomian (as Qanon) 27 April 2018
- Bonus: Virgil Interviews Geneviéve Jones-Wright 00:56:25 Geneviéve Jones-Wright 30 April 2018
206 Dry Boys Ride Again 01:02:57 01 May 2018
207 Law And Ordurrrr 01:01:46 03 May 2018
208 Donnie's World Tour 01:04:15 Derek Davison 06 May 2018
209 Death Becomes You 00:58:14 Barbara Ehrenreich 09 May 2018
210 ICE to See You 01:10:22 Jake Flores 13 May 2018
211 Sergeant Hands 01:03:40 17 May 2018 12 Strong: The Declassified True Story of the Horse Soldiers
212 Borderline 01:26:37 Brendan James 21 May 2018
- Bonus: Matt and Mike Duncan Talk 'Revolutions' 00:54:22 Mike Duncan 23 May 2018
213 In Conclusion, Palestine is a Land of Contrasts 00:55:33 Rawan (@intifadarling) 23 May 2018
214 6 Weird Election Tricks That ACTUALLY Work! 01:10:19 David Faris 27 May 2018
215 Patriots, Pragmatists & PissPigs 01:16:41 31 May 2018
216 First Time, Long Time feat. PFT Commenter 01:27:54 Eric Sollenberger 03 June 2018
217 Feeling Q and Sad rn 01:26:05 07 June 2018
218 The President's Neck Is Missing 01:29:09 David Roth 10 June 2018 The President is Missing, NYC’s Subway should be filled with Hoverboards instead
219 Da [email protected] 01:14:06 Alex Nichols 15 June 2018
220 Camp Donald 01:19:09 Libby Watson and James Adomian (as Jesse Ventura) 17 June 2018
221 M. Night Shyamalan's The Villages 01:24:09 Osita Nwanevu 21 June 2018
222 RESPECT. 01:15:26 Adam Friedland and Mike Recine 24 June 2018 Gotti
- Bonus — Felix interviews Tarpley Hitt 00:43:42 Tarpley Hitt 25 June 2018
223 Fight Court 01:09:20 27 June 2018
- Behind the Laughter: Mike Reiss 01:02:00 Mike Reiss 29 June 2018
224 Cortez the Killer 01:23:36 Trevor Beaulieu and Katherine Krueger 02 July 2018
225 The Poster's Crusade 01:15:21 06 July 2018 Yes, We Still Can by Dan Pfeiffer
226 Islands in the Stream 01:27:42 09 July 2018
- Bonus: Virgil Interviews Julia Salazar, LIVE! 00:59:00 Julia Salazar Virgil 10 July 2018
227 PEN 15 01:02:05 11 July 2018 Range 15
- Bonus: Chris talks to Occupy ICE Portland 00:12:27 Jordan Chris 12 July 2018
228 Supreme Clientele 01:22:13 Ashley Feinberg and James Adomian 15 July 2018
- Bonus: SEX! Now that we have your attention: Work 01:00:45 Tai and Conner Habib 17 July 2018
229 Double A beep beep M L O! 01:10:34 Karina Moreno and Brendan James 19 July 2018
230 A Colossal Wreck 01:06:27 22 July 2018
231 Quiz Boys 00:55:21 Michael Kupperman 25 July 2018
232 America, You Sexy Bigfoot! 01:23:02 30 July 2018 America, You Sexy Bitch!
233 Frost/Christman Presents: The Purges 01:13:57 Kal (friend of Amber Frost) and Aaron J. Leonard 01 August 2018 The Purge film series
234 Congrat's 01:06:13 05 August 2018 Hope Never Dies: An Obama Biden Mystery
235 Q Let the Dogs Out? 01:18:44 Will Sommer 10 August 2018
236 Space Force: Mobile Infantry 01:15:27 13 August 2018
237 Our Cool Friends 00:57:49 Derek Davison 16 August 2018
- Bonus: Interview with Parquet Courts' A. Savage 00:56:59 A. Savage (of the band Parquet Courts) 18 August 2018
238 The Mueller's Tale 01:26:04 20 August 2018 John Podhoretz
- Bonus: Chris Talks to Stonybrook Apartments Activists 00:33:45 Crystal (head of the Stonybrook Tenant Association) and Grant 23 August 2018
239 Fact Fight 01:11:21 Matt Bruenig 24 August 2018
240 The Shittalk Express 01:16:22 27 August 2018
241 Hot Couch Nation 01:08:59 Stavros Halkias and Matt V. Brady 30 August 2018
242 Touched by a Funeral 01:06:12 03 September 2018
243 Live at DC's 9:30 Club 01:33:03 07 September 2018
- Bonus: Virgil interviews Cynthia Nixon 00:17:14 Cynthia Nixon September 10 September 2018
244 A Nice Chill Show 00:56:54 11 September 2018
245 Inebriated Past 5: Monster Fash 00:51:55 13 September 2018
246-1 Best of New England Live, Part 1 01:45:09 18 September 2018
246-2 Best of New England Live, Part 2 01:06:20 19 September 2018
247 Mayans, M.C. 01:16:19 Bryan Quinby 20 September 2018
Unions: They’re Good Folks! 00:34:16 Bhaskar Sunkara 22 September 2018
248 Too Many Bretts 01:19:47 24 September 2018
249 The Kneeling Drunkard's Plea 01:12:53 Dave Anthony 28 September 2018
Fascism II: The Legend of Adolf’s Gold 00:28:47 Matt 30 September 2018
250 Big Dickinson Energy 01:28:28 Alena Smith 01 October 2018 Frank Bruni
251 Sonic Reductionism 01:08:21 Briahna Joy Gray 06 October 2018
252 Rob Dreher's The Exorcist 01:31:46 Bryan Quinby and Brett Payne 09 October 2018 Rod Dreher
253 Full Goop Mode 01:12:42 12 October 2018
254 Best of the Midwest: Columbus & Chicago 01:42:10 Bryan Quinby and Brett Payne 15 October 2018 Campus Battlefield: How Conservatives Can WIN the Battle on Campus and Why It Matters by Charlie Kirk
255 Best of the Midwest: Mostly Minneapolis 01:07:21 20 October 2018
256 Ass, Grass or Sasse 01:05:00 22 October 2018
257 Public Banking 01:09:00 Josh Androsky 25 October 2018 David French
- Brazil 00:50:30 Ben Fogel Amber 26 October 2018
258 Lesko’s Lament 01:05:37 29 October 2018
259 The D’Souzaverse: Soros Rising 01:10:39 01 November 2018 Death of a Nation: Can We Save America a Second Time? By Dinesh D’Souza
260 Wonk the Pain Away: An Election Special 01:51:06 Will Sommer 04 November 2018
- Ham Man Bad 00:52:56 05 November 2018 Unintimidated by Scott Walker
261 Teen Party II 01:07:03 Brandon Wardell 08 November 2018
262 Blood and Cheesecake 01:23:48 11 November 2018
263 Who Defines the Definers? 01:11:09 15 November 2018
- Bonus: Chris Discusses U.S. Navy Bombing of the Mariana Islands 00:36:42 Sophia Perez Chris 16 November 2018
264 The Golden Ones 01:16:27 ContraPoints 18 November 2018
265 Thanksgiving Dinar 01:06:38 Felix, Matt, Will 21 November 2018
Bonus: Chris Talks Hurricane Relief & "Disaster Socialism" with Tallahassee DSA 00:43:56 Chris 22 November 2018
266 Rod Friended Me 01:22:00 James Adomian 27 November 2018 Rod Dreher
267 Eric the Bewitched 01:10:30 29 November 2018
268 Condom Depot Presents: Fighting in the Age of Horniness 01:09:00 Jon Bois Felix, Will, Amber 02 December 2018
269 Live at Princeton: Master Debaters 01:24:46 07 December 2018
270 Beto Males 01:24:31 Elizabeth Bruenig 10 December 2018 The Right War for the Right Reasons - The Weekly Standard, Why We Miss the WASPs
271 Hollow Men 01:18:56 Libby Watson Felix, Will 13 December 2018
272 The Butterfly Effect 01:11:25 Matt, Will, Amber 18 December 2018
273 Monoa, No Problem 01:16:07 21 December 2018 Aquaman
274 Chapo Trap House Presents: It's A Willderful Life 00:50:32 James Adomian, Katherine Krueger, Adam Friedland, Stavros Halkias, Nick Mullen Felix, Matt, Will, Amber, Virgil, Chris 24 December 2018
275 Tabletop Game Theory Pt. V: Musks of Nyarlathotep 02:25:18 Felix, Matt, Will 27 December 2018
276 Under the Hood at the Beltway Garage 01:08:55 31 December 2018
277 Tabletop Game Theory Pt. VI: Musks of Nyarlathotep 02:26:29 Felix, Matt, Will 03 January 2019
278 Vision 2020 01:08:59 06 January 2019 new congress (aoc, tlaib), trump wall fight
279 Paul Walls 01:10:33 Matt V. Brady 10 January 2019 Australian’s Have More Fun by Bari Weiss walls 10, AOC wikifeet 9
280 MacKenzie's 60 Billion Dollar Challenge 01:14:16 Amber, Matt, Will 14 January 2019 it's bernie bitch 8, bezos divorce/60bn 7
281 Burger Night 01:19:25 David Roth 16 January 2019 trump burgers and reactions 8.5, shutdown 8
282 Syzygy of a Down 01:23:31 Gillian Russom and Karla Griego 21 January 2019 abortion rally maga schoolkid video 9
283 Contrarian Corner 01:08:42 Felix, Will 24 January 2019 felix contrarian cold open 9, venezuela 7.5, harris declares 7.5, contrarian oscars 6
284 Dave & Busters 01:26:42 27 January 2019 shutdown end-strike, pelosi; immigration; trumpism after trump; bernie 2020; ojeda
Bonus: Venti Schultz Roast 20:02:00 28 January 2019 “Onward” and “Pour Your Heart Into It: How Starbucks Built a Company One Cup at a Time” by Howard Schultz
285 Studio 69 01:16:31 31 January 2019 Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip [2000s culture, serious comedy, credentialism, sfuture sorkin on podcasts]
286 Soul Man 01:08:48 05 February 2019 PSA against M4A, Bookefilibuster, Northam blackface, J Mendoza Ferrer
287 Killy Elliott 01:11:37 John Schwarz 07 February 2019 TOO NICE TO WIN? ISRAEL’S DILEMMA by John Podhoretz
288 So You Want to Start a Union Brace Belden 10 February 2019
289 Support the Tropes 01:13:38 14 February 2019 A Colossal Wreck by Alexander Cockburn omar antisemitic tropes 9*, omar on abrams 8, harris weed 8.5, larouche dead 85
290 Maximum Boot 01:09:15 Lyle Jeremy Rubin Felix, Matt, Will 18 February 2019 The Corrosion of Conservatism lydon larouche 7, max boot memoir+past 8, libs and neocons 9, "anti-war" tucker 8.5
291 Brnie or Bst 01:14:36 02 February 2019 The Classicist Who Sees Donald Trump as a Tragic Hero by Isaac Chotiner bernie declares (2016 rehash), b v warren, tulsi; NYT - idealist Bernie v pragmatic Klobuchar
292 Hats Off to Larry
293 The Nissan Sentra Cannot Hold Niskanen centre-moderation, horseshoe, Tony Blair speech
294 CPAC: Judgement Days 02:10:48 CPAC - wohl/loomer, kirk/don jfalwell jr, diamond and silk, TPUSA party, trump speech
295 Ballistic: Frost vs Menaker 07 March 2019 Sanders rally 7, Cuba 7, AOC on Omar 9.5
296 The Unsullied 01:09:10 11 March 2019 Ilhan Omar is the Steve King of the Left from WaPo and Ilhan Omar meets Mrs Maisel tucker radio leaks 7.5, Omar antis - M Mccain, Maisel fanfic, Omar=Steve King 9, yang gang 8
297 King, Warrior, Magician, Lover Rob Delaney 13 March 2019 college admissions 7, brexit votes 7, porn, NHS, shootings 8
This is Where I Leave EU
298 The Israel Nerd Eli Valley 18 March 2019 Trump’s Hannukah Party reminded me of why America is great for Jews NZ shooting- Chelsea heckled 9, M Mc on E Valley 8.5,
Bonus: Will Interviews Kim Stanley Robinson with The Antifada Kim Stanley Robinson 21 March 2019
299 All Cops Are Burgers 01:12:26 Bill Oakley 21 March 2019
300 EMERGENCY POD: THE MUELLER REPORT James Adomian (as Sebastian Gorka) 24 March 2019 Glenn Beck’s a Christmas Sweater
301 The Magicians Alex Pareene 27 March 2019
302 The Russia House Matt Taibbi 01 April 2019
303 In the Golan Heights Derek Davison 04 April 2019 Jackson Beale, Trump’s Intervention in Venezuela has stalled, The UK has gone mad by Thomas Friedman
304 Moby Dick Energy 01:21:33 08 April 2019
305 A Simple Plan Leigh Phillips and Michal Rozworski 11 April 2019
306 2 Cities, 1 Cup 01:27:53 14 April 2019 The Right Side of History by Ben Shapiro
307 The Inebriated Past: American Conspiracies 01:18:56 17 April 2019
308 There’s Nothing Like a Dame Nick Hayes 21 April 2019 The Rematch: Bernie Sanders versus a Clinton Loyalist, Stop Sanders Democrats are…
309 The Trumpman Prophecies 24 April 2019 The Trump Prophecy
Bonus: Virgil Interviews John Cameron Mitchell on "Anthem: Homunculus" John Cameron Mitchell 28 April 2019
Bonus: Amber Interviews Vivek Chibber on "The ABC's of Capitalism” Vivek Chibber 28 April 2019
310 Marianne Mindset 29 April 2019
311 2 Mountain, 2 Furious 02 May 2019
312 Kenneth Friendly's Scorpio Smiling Yael Bridge and Morgan Spector 06 May 2019
313 A Cure for Wellness 09 May 2019 Who is Arthur Chu?, Trust Pelosi
314 What, Us Worry? James Adomian 12 May 2019
315 A Song of Air and America Sam Seder 16 May 2019
316 PBS: Permanent Revolution Hasan Pikar 19 May 2019
317 Friends of the Pod 23 May 2019
318 Rahm Emmanuelle: The Joys of a Neolib Ryan Grim 27 May 2019
319 Live at Cornell: Perfect Balance 30 May 2019
320 Live from Berlin: Der Fonkybeatz 3 June 2019
321 Live from Glasgow: Bottle of Buckie 6 June 2019
322 Second Dark Age Alan Moore 10 June 2019
323 Best of UK Live: Toby Young Sex Diaries 13 June 2019
324 Live from Dublin: Irish Valor 17 June 2019
325 Living in America 20 June 2019
Bonus: Virgil Interviews Tiffany Cabán Tiffany Cabán 20 June 2019
326 Beltway Garage: Infinity Candidates 25 June 2019
Bonus: The Marianne Williamson Interview Marianne Williamson 26 June 2019
327 Have You Heard The Good News? David Sirota 28 June 2019
Bonus: Gremlins 2 Joe Dante 30 June 2019
328 Dios, Patria, Fueros, Rod 1 July 2019
329 The Inebriated Past, Part 5: DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans 4 July 2019
330 Hunter on the Loose Will Sommer 8 July 2019
331 The Wide World of Warcraft John Dolan 10 July 2019
332 Fear of a Netroots Nation Brendan James 15 July 2019
Bonus: The Andrew Yang Interview Andrew Yang 18 July 2019
333 One in the Pinker 18 July 2019
334 American Mids 22 July 2019
335 Shrugging Towards Bethlehem Brace Belden and Liz Franczak 25 July 2019
336 Neom 2049 Glenn Greenwald 29 July 2019
337 I Think You Should Leave Brendan James 1 August 2019
338 Live from Traverse City: Michael and We Brendan James and Michael Moore 5 August 2019
339 House of the Rising Sundown 8 August 2019
340 A Big Bowl of Strawberry Ice Cream 12 August 2019
341 Live from Des Moines: Bring Out the Hogs! 15 August 2019
342 The Cuts Stay In The Podcast 20 August 2019
343 Checking the Dipstick 22 August 2019
344 Koch & Poll Torture 26 August 2019
AHOY! The Joe Sestak Interview Joe Sestak 27 August 2019
345 The Conspiracy Files: The Deep-ly Gay State 29 August 2019 JFK
346 Twisted Tales 3 September 2019
347 Renn Faire Stefan Heck 8 September 2019
348 Dragged Across Concrete Marcus Barnett and Osita Nwanevu 9 September 2019
389 The Righteous Fallwells 12 September 2019
350 Gotta Have My Pop! 16 September 2019
Bonus Interview: Tom O'Neill and Chaos Tom O'Neill 16 September 2019
351 Give Up Your Inquiries Which Are Completely Useless Nick Mullen 20 September 2019 Eyes Wide Shut
352 Rod Dreher's The Exorcist II 24 September 2019
353 The Education of a Cynic Jon Schwarz 26 September 2019 Samantha Power's book The Education of an Idealist
Bonus: Tabletop Game Theory Origins: Mr. Jeffstein's House 30 September 2019
354 Thou, Nature, Art My Goddess 1 October 2019
355 North American Scum Luke Savage and Don Hughes 3 October 2019
Bonus: The Bernie Sanders Interview Bernie Sanders 4 October 2019
356 Sympathy for the Joker Jen Pan, Nick Mullen, Adam Friedland and Matt V. Brady 8 October 2019
357 We Have a Rat Problem Tim Heidecker 10 October 2019 Heidecker's film Mister America
358 World on a Wire Naomi Klein 14 October 2019 Klein's 2nd episode
359 SSSSSSSSMoking with Slavoj Slavoj Žižek 17 October 2019
360 Bernie Blanco Goes To Queens Matt Karp 21 October 2019
361 The Brothers Brendan James 25 October 2019 The Reliant
362 Wet Sauce Kenzo Shibata 28 October 2019
363 Epstein Ain't Going Away Brace Belden 31 October 2019
364 Human Deadspinality Project David Roth 4 November 2019
365 Big Johnson's Hard Election Grace Blakeley 7 November 2019
366 The Terminal 12 November 2019
368 High, High Hopes feat. Kathryn Ledebur Kathryn Ledebur 18 November 2019
369 CIA Jim: Caracas Connection 18 November 2019 Jack Ryan
370 WeWork Will Set You Free 25 November 2019
371 Beltway Garage: The Legend of Bernie's Gold 28 November 2019
372 Karmala Police 2 December 2019
373 It's Demon Night In America! 5 December 2019
374 Perverts of Interest 9 December 2019
375 Live in London: Chapo Calling feat. Rob Delaney Rob Delaney 12 December 2019
376 Imagine A World Without 17 December 2019
377 Escape from UK 20 December 2019
378 Imagine A World Without 23 December 2019
379 A Very COBRA Christmas 25 December 2019
380 Imagine Our Dumb Decade 30 December 2019
381 Pod Tweet America 2 January 2020
Bonus: So, I Just Watched 300... feat. Derek Davison Derek Davison 6 January 2020
382 Falcon Seeks Falconer feat. Briahna Joy Gray Briahna Joy Gray 6 January 2020
383 No War But The Meme War 10 January 2020
384 Beltway Garage: Warren Strikes Back 14 January 2020
385 Lyin' Liz feat. Brendan James Brendan James 17 January 2020
386 Brother Magic feat. Josh and Benny Safdie Josh and Benny Safdie 20 January 2020
Bonus: Will Interviews Nithya Raman Nithya Raman 22 January 2020
387 The Royals 23 January 2020
388 A Perfectly Frumulent Episode 28 January 2020 POLITICO - ‘They let him get away with murder’ & Bernie Can't Win by David Frum
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2020.06.28 17:32 ih8pkmn Canon Primer: S & C Plastics

While SCPs make up the bulk of content on the SCP wiki, it’s also supported by a massive bulwark of tales-- stories set in the SCP Foundation universe that deal with everything from death itself dying to a mother sacrificing herself to save her daughter from a mad god to researchers enacting family disclosure protocols in order to tell their kids the truth about their work. Tales that, to the annoyance of someone who has written over 100 of the danged things, nobody really seems to read unless they include Drs. Clef, Bright or Kondraki.
I’m aiming to change that, here. This post is a canon primer for a project that I’ve worked on for close to eight years now: S & C Plastics.

What is S & C Plastics?

S & C Plastics was born from the mind of Djoric/, an author known for, among other things, SCP-2845, SCP-2085, and the saga of Mary-Ann and Salah in the Et Tam Deum Petivi canon. In his own words, it’s meant to be more of a slice-of-life look at the Foundation, as opposed to a grand-scale conflict. The lives of researchers and how they interact with each other and the world at large, for the most part. I took the idea and ran with it.
The canon is set in the town of Sloth’s Pit, Wisconsin, and focuses on the lives of researchers at Site-87, publicly known as S & C Plastics. Sloth’s Pit is located in the northwestern part of the state, in Douglas County, west of Superior and east of Duluth, Minnesota. It is a Nexus-- an area full of anomalous phenomena that is nonetheless still inhabited by people who are used to it, and are therefore exempted from the Foundation’s policy of ‘amnesticize everyone and get them out of there.’
Sloth’s Pit is named for Jackson Sloth, its founder-- or more precisely, for his fate. On Christmas Day 1890, his manor was pulled into a perfectly circular sinkhole, exactly 100 feet in diameter, and said to be bottomless. With him in the house was his wife Imogen and son Jasper-- his daughter, Caroline, was in the hospital for reasons lost to history. Since this time, Sloth’s Pit has been affected by anomalies that conform to three broad concepts.
The first is the concept of Narrative Causality. Jackson Sloth was somewhat of a budding author, and the Pit its believed to be a Narrative Singularity of sorts-- some will call it a ‘plot hole’, but they will be immediately discouraged by a sharp bonk to the head by their partner. As a result of this, events in the town will play out in a manner strongly conforming to some form of storyline-- several people have found a way to exploit this for personal gain.
As a result of Narrative Causality, beings known as Local Legends have emerged. Taking the form of urban legends from around Sloth’s Pit, they’re immortal beings whose form is fluid and changes with the most recent or most popular retelling of their source myth. The Goatman, for instance, is often portrayed as an axe-wielding anthropomorphic goat who torments teenagers in a manner akin to a slasher villain, but has taken on more demonic forms when a local Satanist convention comes into the approximate area. In one case, they’ve taken the form of a Union veteran from the American Civil War, after the Used-To-Be-About-History Channel aired a ‘documentary’ about the Demons of Gettysburg.
The second major concept is something I like to call Weirdness Magnetism. Essentially, minor anomalous phenomena just has a tendency to crop up at random around Sloth’s Pit, usually in the form of cyclical or recurring events-- for instance, gravity on Main Street reverses itself once a week, and people make a sport of trying to jump up the buildings on the opposite side of the street. Then there’s the darker events that occur-- few people forget the time that Ted Mason, owner of the thankfully defunct Vegan Buffet, tried to serve human meat as a Vegan dish. However, anomalous phenomena can be drawn in from the outside as well-- for instance, a being claiming to be the goddess Pele has recently set up the Volcanic Glacier Smoothie Co., making drinks with real strawberry-banana hybrids.
The final major concept can broadly be defined as Seasonal Oddities. This is mainly due to me writing tales in Sloth’s Pit set around Christmas and Halloween on an almost annual basis, but weird stuff happens around those holidays with startling frequency. Due to a massive amount of dangerous anomalies caused by this, American Independence Day is illegal to celebrate within city limits.
In addition, Sloth’s Pit has its own miniature Group of Interest in the form of The Union. The Union is an organization of anomalously skilled workers that refer to each other by their job titles, like The Stocker, the Electrician, or the Orchardist, rather than by name. They are stationed within the woods of Sloth's Pit at the Union House (which is more of a tower than a ‘house’), a building which reveals itself only to those who are looking for it. Much of their power stems from the Nexus itself which is harnessed within each employee's Charm-- a tool representing their position of employment. Headed by The Janitor, The Union's main purpose is to handle upkeep around the town, such as by stocking the shelves of an abandoned grocery store, fixing car problems, or keeping track of the local animal population. People slip up every now and again, but if you really screw up, you’re going to get fired-- so they’re hoping that HR never comes breathing down their necks.
The Foundation began running the city in 1977, through a combination of taking over the government and making all of the citizens E-Class personnel-- civilians who are somewhat in the know of the Foundation, insofar as ‘a research organization is monitoring the town’.
The overall tone of the canon is a fair bit lighter than some parts of the wiki-- Djoric specifically cited Gravity Falls, Twin Peaks and Hellboy as inspirations, so this is definitely an urban fantasy setting. At the same time, there’s a great deal of flexibility-- S & C Plastics has stories about everything from rampaging Christmas trees to a man’s first day on the job at a weird grocery store to someone realizing they’re losing a very old friend of theirs to Alzheimer’s.

Where To Start

Here are a few suggestions for what to read to ease yourself into the canon.
Multi-U 101: Introduces the Brothers Bailey.
Friday and Stratagem: The first two ‘Official’ S & C Plastics tales, written by Djoric.
Halloween at S & C Plastics: The first thing I ever wrote for this canon! About vandalism and Halloween.
Playing with Flames: Acts as the introduction to Dr. Katherine Sinclair and Montgomery Reynolds, a pair of fairly major players in the canon.
Local Legends: Introduces the eponymous concept in the form of the Goatman.
Satyr’s Reign: Introduces several major task force agents in the canon.
S & C Plastics Actually Does Their Job: S & C Plastics… making plastics.
Starlow Grocery: A tale about a Civilian in Sloth’s Pit trying to adapt to his new job. Serves as an introduction to the Union.

Site-87

Site-87 has four above-ground floors and thirteen sub-levels. The Director has an auxiliary office above ground on the top level, while their office proper is on Sublevel 2 with the rest of administration. The remainder of the aboveground is used for storage, with the exception of a reception area.
There’s no real concrete location for most of the places in Site-87, with a few exceptions:
Ground Level: Reception and entrance. Greenhouses used by the department of botany are located in the back of the building.
Sublevel 1: Barracks and headquarters of Mobile Task Force Sigma-10, “The Sloth’s Arm”, a task force dedicated to the containment of anomalies in the Sloth’s Pit Nexus Zone. Also houses the main armory and firing range.
Sublevel 2: Administration. The Director's office, department of accounting, and offices for liaisons to various organizations are located here.
Sublevel 3: Residential areas. Site-87 is capable of housing one-thousand members of personnel at any given time, though several members of staff choose to live in the town itself and commute to work. In addition to living quarters, it also hosts a weight and cardio room, two different rec rooms, three auditoriums and a cafeteria.
Sublevel 5: Metaphysical studies. Theology, thaumatology, memetics, ontology and pataphysics are all headquartered here. Conceptual and thaumic containment cells are all contained on this level.
Sublevel 11: The Department of Multi-Universal Affairs.
Sublevel 12: Maintenance sector. Several redundant power generators, heat sinks, boilers, and a small-payload Penzance Device, capable of erasing local reality in a twelve-mile radius, are down here. The Penzance Device requires approval from the Site Director, Regional Command, and at least one member of the Council to activate, and will destroy the Nexus and everyone and everything within it when it detonates.
Sublevel 13: Due to superstition, Sublevel 13 does not exist.
Sublevel 14: Over 200 meters beneath the rest of the site, housing high-level containment cells.
With the exception of Level 14, all levels also have a break room, restrooms, an intercom booth, security station, emergency bunkers, and access to small arms available to personnel who have a weapons pass.

Local History

This is a rough timeline of events, leading up to the first canonical S&C Plastics tale in the ‘modern’ day.
1879: Aspiring lumber magnate Jackson Sloth founded a town he would call New Toronto, Wisconsin.
December 25th, 1890: Sloth’s Manor sinks into the ground, forming Sloth’s Pit.
1892: Following a massive spike in anomalous activity, the town is renamed Sloth’s Pit, and largely abandoned. A small number of people remain, and the community grows from them.
1895: The first sighting of the Goatman is reported. His original tale claims he kills couples who have children out of wedlock, before cutting open the mother’s womb and taking the child for himself, to either eat or raise.
1897: The first sighting of the Gallows Ghosts are reported-- specters that apparently climb up an invisible set of gallows, before being hung from them. Sloth’s Pit’s gallows have never been used, as far as public knowledge is concerned.
1903: The first sighting of Sinning Jessie, a Local Legend born from a series of advertisements promoting the virtue of abstinence, is reported. She’s depicted as a prostitute missing her left eye, and is known for eating a certain… male organ.
1918: Caroline Sloth, the last known member of Jackson Sloth’s line, dies from the Spanish Flu. She and over 400 others are buried in the largest mass grave in Wisconsin, which over time turns into the Grave Bog.
1921: Josef Macek, a native of Sloth’s Pit and veteran of the Great War, murders three women over the course of a week. As a result, he’s coined the King of Knives and after his death, is incarnated as a Local Legend.
1950s: A WWII veteran named Sebastian Balreich, his left hand replaced by a primitive ‘hook’ prosthesis, becomes the subject of fear and ridicule from local children after myths of the Hook-Handed Man begin to spread across the USA Sloth’s Pit does its thing, and Sebastian is reshaped into the Hook-Handed Man archetype, having to fake his own death in the 1960s as a result of his newfound immortality.
October 31st, 1969: The County Fair burns down, and several prominent members of the community disappear. The Legends term the period of time this takes place during as the Black Autumn, and agree to forget about it, because that’s easier to do when you’re a pataphysical construct.
July 1976: The Foundation learns of Sloth’s Pit from an unknown source-- specifically, they learn of an anomaly affecting a local summer camp, Camp Krakow. The camp is overrun by creatures formed from the nightmares of homesick children who attend it, but is protected by a guardian spirit known as Big Bear. The Foundation raids the camp in the middle of the night, flooding it with amnestic gas, and takes the Big Bear totem. The next day, the entire camp is found torn to shreds by nightmares creatures. The events here are depicted in the tale Last Days at Camp.
September 1976: Site-87 is formed in a small industrial building on the eastern end of town, to monitor the camp, as they think it’s the only anomaly in the area. They are quickly proven wrong, as Phillip Verhoten, a Foundation physicist from South Africa, finds several dozen minor anomalies within a single block of Main Street. This helps develop his theories on Nexuses as a whole.
Summer 1981: Parapharmacologist Nina Weiss is thrown down the Bottomless Pit by an unknown malefactor, only to crawl her way out. Director Gregory Westphalen is found dead a few days later, and posthumously is discovered to be a member of the Chaos Insurgency. Philip Page is appointed as director.
1982: Physicist Tyler Bailey and his research assistant Johnathan Everett King manage to do three impossible things in the course of a single year: firstly, they manage to create a stable portal to an alternate universe. Secondly, they manage to send matter through it and retrieve matter from it. Thirdly, they get help with this from counterparts in another universe who send them blueprints for a completed device to allow this, known today as the Multi-Universal Transit Array. Dr. King would later be known for his contributions to studies on string theory, free will as it applies to the multiverse theory, and being that guy with the apple seeds.
1983: Site-87 is made the testing ground for the Kinder Foundation Initiative, following a series of psychological breakdowns throughout the organization, due to its cruel treatment of humanoid anomalies and even colder treatment of staff who attempt to do something about it. Personnel are encouraged to socialize with each other, host events such as movie nights, and a proper rec room is installed with more than just a foosball table and a TV that picks up NBC once in a fortnight, as well as instituting mandatory counseling.
1990: Nina Weiss is appointed director of Site-87.
1997: Tyler Bailey dies of a brain aneurysm. He is survived by identical triplets-- Thomas, Tristan, and Trevor, all of whom go on to careers in the Foundation’s Department of Multi-universal Affairs.
December 25th, 2008: The Incident Happens. Exactly what the Incident was is unknown, but it involved several things, including:
* The disappearance of Site-87’s entire Paleontology department
* Dreams of candy-cane fingers
* Pieces of mistletoe being found in the air ducts for decades to come
* A very bad batch of eggnog
* The reassignment or disappearance of over a tenth of Site-87’s staff
* An acute phobia of the concept of Santa Claus that persisted in most staff until 2015.
2012: Phillip Verhoten publishes his first edition of The Crossroads: A Study of Urban Anomalous Nexuses in the United States, a nonfiction book that catalogs and analyzes all known Nexuses. Sloth’s Pit is the focus of Chapters 2 and 3. The tales Stratagem and Friday take place.

Characters Bios

Director Nina Weiss: As her title suggests, she is the director of Site-87. She’s first mentioned in Halloween at S&C Plastics, and first appears in Attack of the Keter Skeeters.
Nina Weiss had to literally claw her way up to where she is. She’s a parapharmacologist who got her start attempting to develop an antidote to an anomalous toxin she encountered on an expedition to the Amazon to find medicinal plants, and was recruited after she managed to save a quarter of her expedition. She was one of the first staff at Site-87.
In 1981, Director Westphalen attempted to have her assassinated for her work on something called RHNOBTL (pronounced “Rhinobeetle”)-- essentially, a super-strength serum that, when injected, would make your body burn thousands of calories an hour, before leaving you to collapse and die of starvation. She used a sample of this to climb out of a ledge on the bottomless pit that her would-be assassin threw her into, and was found by Foundation agents, whereupon she devoured every single hamburger at three different restaurants just to be able to walk again. Director Westphalen was found dead of starvation a few days later.
Since this time, Weiss has carried a pearl-handled revolver with her everywhere, and judging by the number of times members of personnel have seen her at the range, she knows how to use it.
She has a niece, Jane Weiss, that’s part of MTF Theta-90 (“Angle Grinders”), and may or may not be based on the character of Nina Sharp from Fringe.
Dr. Katheirne Sinclair and Montgomery Reynolds: The only two members of the Occult Studies division at Site-87, first appearing in Playing with Flames.
Dr. Sinclair was largely disrespected when she first joined the Foundation, due to entering the anomalous community as a member of the Serpent’s Hand. She quit the Hand after her cell, organized by her ex-boyfriend Ben ‘Burnout’ Carlisle, attempted to atomize her alma mater due to having a grudge on a single faculty member. As a thaumaturge/Type-Blue, she specializes in ritual invocations and enchantments, but lacks the focus for deeper studies of occult lore. Her hair is the same color as the magical fire she wields, and her skin is pale and freckled, reflecting her half-Irish descent. Her passion for the art of magic is only matched by her curiosity and need to experiment and find more.
Montgomery Reynolds was originally an alchemical consultant from the Global Occult Coalition’s Sunspotting program-- an initiative to identify and recruit individuals who may have Type-Blue abilities before they can become a liability. Reynolds possesses little talent himself, but was snatched up by the GOC at only fifteen after a recruiter found him having an argument with an owner of an occult bookstore in New York City over a forged copy of Ex Dorminus. He was given to the Foundation as part of a Personnel Exchange, and while Sinclair originally thought Reynolds was going to be a hyper-militant GOC-sucker, she was pleasantly surprised after coming into the lab one day and finding him making notes on several tomes she had been meaning to catalog for months. Rotund, dark-haired and tall, his physique might be intimidating, but it’s his mind you have to watch out for. He’s carried a flame for Dr. Sinclair since they first met.
Drs.Thomas, Trevor and Tristan Bailey: Three triplets, first appearing in Multi-U 101.
In the Foundation, family lineages are relatively common. The Brights have a dynasty going back at least a century, the Anboroughs are widespread and ambitious, and it’s speculated that Simon Glass’s daughter will follow in his footsteps after she gets her doctorate. Then we have the Baileys. Tyler Bailey was best known for inventing the Multi-Universal Transit Array. His three sons, Tristan, Tom, and Trevor, continued his legacy.
Until around 2013, Trevor Bailey was head of the Department of Multi-Universal Affairs, before he took drastic measures in containing an important Keter-class anomaly by shoving it into a pocket dimension, shutting the portal, and scrambling its coordinates so that it could never be found. He’s been stuck at a desk job since, acting as a diplomat and bean counter, which is a major waste of his talents-- he’s smart enough to redesign the entire M.U.T.A. to run on solar energy, if they gave him a chance. Stationed at Site-19, feels like he’s constantly put-upon by everyone and everything.
Tom “Bombadill” Bailey is an explorer. His boots are first in the ground in any newly-discovered universe, the stranger, the better. He’ll revel in the oddness of the infinite worlds, the new stars in every sky, the feeling of wind in his hair underneath two or three or five suns. He’s currently commissioner of Site-1483.
Tristan Bailey is probably one of the most influential physicists in the Foundation today. His work on SCP-2000 helped further the understanding of how the facility works. He’s mainly a diplomat, nowadays, due to the fact that he helped design a multi-universal translator. The only brother stationed at Site-87. He has a sharp mind and sharper wit, though he acts odd for his age-- whatever that may be. He's romantically involved with Claire Hennessy, the current head of the Department of Multi-Universal Affairs.
The triplets all have an odd quirk about them-- while they always look identical, barring facial hair or the odd suntan, their age is hard to define, and their date of birth might even be classified. Tom claims they were born in the 60’s, while Trevor swears it was the 1970s, and Tristan shrugs and says ‘I grew up watching Carl Sagan’s Cosmos, does that tell you anything?’. They look anywhere between 20 and 40 years old, due to their cells being scrambled as a side effect of constantly crossing universal barriers, a mechanism also observed in SCP-507.
Dr. Keith Partridge: A botanist, first appearing in The 12 Days of Site-87’s Christmas.
Dr. Partridge is a private person, often not getting along with a large part of SIte-87’s staff. What he has been willing to share is that he’s half-Romanian on his mother’s side, has a bachelor’s in horticulture and a botany doctorate, and was part of an expedition to contain a species of anomalous plant that he refers to as ‘triffids’ in Guatemala. What happened in Guatemala is largely classified, but during his time there, he became competent with skills ranging from plumbing and navigating with an improvised sextant to safe ways to eat raw meat and the use and maintenance of an AK-47. He’s haunted by his past, though tries not to show it too much. Has a tendency to get transfigured into plants.
Researcher Christopher Hastings: Research assistant to Dr. Partridge, first appearing in And I Feel Fine.
Christopher Hastings is that one weird guy. You know, the guy at work who seems nice enough, but you think is happier alone in his own little world. And largely, you’d be right. Hastings only joined the Foundation in 2011, and while he’s not amounted to much research-wise, he’s known for having various life-saving protocols and guidelines memorized down to a T. He’s a wiry little twerp and may not seem like much, but the words ‘scarily competent’ have been used to describe him on more than one occasion. Consequently, he’s also quite paranoid and smells conspiracy in everything.
Dr. Claude Mattings and Dr. Cassandra Pike: A biologist and a cryptozoologist, respectively, introduced in Closure.
Dr. Mattings and Dr. Pike have been together since 2012, and have gone through several public arguments, a very nasty breakup, dozens of tearful counseling sessions, and eventually, marriage (though Pike still uses her maiden name).
Dr. Mattings is a man who constantly sounds like everything he says is snide or sarcastic, even if he’s being sincere. He’s tall, gaunt, and wears glasses that always seem to shine in such a way that they hide his eyes. He seems like an entirely humorless human being, except in two areas: firstly, his wife, who he refuses to stop loving for even a second. Secondly, his D&D group, which he runs every Sunday in the common area. The group consists of him, Dr. Pike, Dr. Bailey, Dr. Sinclair, Reynolds, and (when they can find time) Dr. Partridge and Agent Pryce.
Cassandra Pike is a woman who has blonde hair, teeth that are uneven and fang-like, and psychological issues. She’s quiet and reserved normally, but is prone to bizarre fits of rage and paranoia followed by crushing despair and anxiety, which resulted in her first truly Massive Fight with Claude. She’s been placed under psychological observation a number of times, and she knows she’s on her last strike-- but she has been improving, with a combination of therapy, medication, and support from her friends.
Lt. Seren Pryce: A sniper, and member of Squad 29, first appearing along with the rest of her squad in Satyr’s Reign.
Seren Pryce is a veteran of Afghanistan, having been honorably discharged in 2005 due to her repeatedly humiliating her C.O. and him wanting to get her out as quickly as possible. She briefly worked for a Private Military Contractor, before her ‘Initiation’ happened.
An Initiation is Foundation slang for when a member of the Armed Forces has their first encounter with the anomalous. Seren’s first encounter occurred after seeing one of her buddies die in a hospital-- but a few hours later, he’s wandering around the camp, confused. Seren put him to rest, inadvertently disturbing his corpse in the process, resulting in her being fired. The Foundation recruited her after her story was overheard by an agent at a bar in her hometown of Carol Stream, IL.
From her recruitment in 2008 until 2014, she was a guard at Site-36, which housed SCP-089. She was severely injured during the events of the tale Empire of Dirt, which resulted in her reassignment to Site-87, where it was believed her life would be less hectic and that she would have more time to recover.
Cpl. Ruby Williams and Sgt. Blake Williams: A pair of fraternal twins, first appearing in Satyr’s Reign. Ruby is adept at breach-and-clear maneuvers, while Blake specializes in stealth tactics.
Ruby and Blake are fairly inseparable-- they were in the same unit in the military, fought in the same battles, like the same food. In some ways, they’ve always been part of the anomalous world-- they have an uncanny ability, like many twins do, to perceive what the other is thinking.
Ruby has what her counselor charitably describes as ‘anger issues’ and fits of paranoia. Blake, on the other hand, is far more mellow and diplomatic, resulting in his higher rank, but can’t handle active gunfights as well as his sister, preferring to be more of a stealth operative when possible Ruby has been together with Christopher Hastings since late 2018.
Col. Raymond February: An agent of Squad 29, first appearing in Satyr’s Reign. The first explicitly African-American character I wrote for S&C Plastics, and is one of the few characters who is explicitly religious-- in this case, he’s an Episcopalian.
Sigma-10 is February’s third assignment in the Foundation. He originally joined it out of college, during a phase where the Foundation was experimenting with recruiting task force members under the banner of the contractor “Silver and Crimson Protectorate”.
His first assignment was as part of Stoker’s Stakers, a task force dedicated to the research into and eradication of various species of vampire. Unfortunately, his neglect during an assignment resulted in his then-girlfriend, Leah Cribari, being infected and slaughtering a large part of his squad. Leah was given medication in time to prevent a full-on change, but she’s vampyric enough that she has to be kept in the eternally dark and grim nexus of Eventide, Oregon.
Following this, he was assigned to MTF Chi-13, “Choir Boys”, tasked with guarding SCP-1983. Admittedly, there wasn’t much activity following its neutralization in 1989, but reports of similar phenomena popped up around the world, and he was tasked with investigating.
He got sent to Sigma-10 in 2013.
Lt. Allison Carol and Lt. Robert Tofflemire: A pair of agents first introduced in SCP-4040.
Alison “Alice” Carol thinks the world is grimmer than it actually seems. She always sees the dark side of everything, knows there’s a conspiracy around every corner. She’s a pessimist by nature, and her experiences in the Foundation haven’t helped. She joined in 2013, and while she didn’t have a true Initiation in the way the other agents introduced here did, she didn’t need it--she saw plenty of horrors in Mexico, where she was part of a cross-border anti-drug task force with the US Marshals. ‘Cynical’ would be a good way to describe her, but even the harshest cynics have an ounce of joy in them, and it can usually be drawn out by her partner.
Robert ‘Bob’ Tofflemire has been with the Foundation for two years longer than Alice has, despite being about two years her junior. One of his seminal experiences was seeing his friend, Kirk Wright, be carried off by SCP-106 into its dimension. He requested amnestics, only to find out he was deathly allergic to a compound present in them. He trailed into a spiral of nihilism as he was unable to forget the screams of his friend while being dragged into a hellish netherspace and having nightmares of him begging for his death. After a fair bit of counseling, he realized that fatalistic thoughts like the ones he was having were a waste of brain space. He may have overcorrected in the other direction-- everyone finds his jokes insufferable, most of all his partner, who is the only one who can ground him.

Minor Characters

Dr. Merrick Palmer: Site-87’s resident counselor. An older gentleman. I toyed with the idea of using him as a POV character to write in-universe psychological dossiers for other characters in this canon, but that never came to be.
Dr. Jonathan West and Dr. Harold West: Identical twin brothers. John first appears in Halloween at S & C Plastics, and Harold first appears in SCP-3773.
I’ll admit, they mainly came about because I accidentally thought that John’s name was Harold when I wrote about him after years of forgetting he was a character.
They’re minor characters because I haven’t really given them much of a personality, despite John literally both the first character I wrote for S & C Plastics, and the in-universe author for my 001 proposal.
Dr. Jason Hendricks: Cryptozoologist at Site-87, appearing in Attack of the Keter Skeeters. Has a crippling fear of insects. Panicky, paranoid, accident-prone. Has a trout-shaped birthmark on one of his cheeks.
Isaiah H. Pickman: The former archivist of Site-87. Presumed KIA in 2017.
Cpt. Nicholas Ewell: An agent sometimes appearing with Squad-29. Not much in the way of personality, but has a criminal past, and due to someone accidentally spiking the punch at a Halloween party with an anomalous chemical, has a tendency to turn bright yellow when he’s frustrated.
Dr. Ryan Melbourne: A memeticist at Site-87, first appearing in Stratagem.
Melbourne doesn’t have any particularly big achievements under his belt. He tries to fly under the radar most of the time, in part due to the fact that he’s a compulsive gambler. He’s been part of Gambler’s Anonymous for almost a decade now, and carries his chip everywhere.
Cmdr. Harold March: Commander of Sigma-10.
Dr. Claire Hennessy: Head of the Department of Multi-Universal Affairs. Red-headed, slightly curvy, and has an amount of sarcasm to match that of her partner. I've not gotten to do much with her, sadly-- I need to change that.

Canon Crossovers

S & C Plastics co-exists with quite a few other canons on the site.
Aces & Eights (alt): A version of Sloth’s Pit, termed New Toronto, appears in the tale It was a night in Lonesome October, a loose retelling of the first two Black Autumn stories.
Antarctic Exchange: Thomas Bailey, commissioner of relations between the Foundation and the Third Antarctic Empire, is the identical triplet of Tristan and Trevor Bailey, as detailed above.
Dread & Circuses: The tale “Herman Fuller Can Shove It Up His Ass” takes place in Sloth’s Pit. Spoilers for the Black Autumn tale series.
Et Tam Deum Petivi (alt): The events of the Mary-Ann and Salah series are canon, with one major exception: Mary-Ann survives her confrontation with Moloch, instead of succumbing to her wounds.
Stealing Solidarity: It’s not made explicit, but SCP-2117 ends up jumping into the S&C Plastics universe, where it remains to this day.
Third Law: Several pieces of supplementary material for the canon make reference to Site-87, and Dr. Katherine Sinclair appears in Suspect Ratio.
War on All Fronts: Hy-Brasil is mentioned at one point, and was meant to be the focus of a tale that I sadly didn’t have time to finish.
Wilson’s Wildlife Solutions: Again, a tale I didn’t have time to finish would have focused on an anomaly from Sloth’s Pit making its way to Boring, Oregon.

To Wrap Up

As I said, I've written over 100 tales, the vast majority of which are part of this canon. S & C Plastics is currently the second or third-largest canon on the site, having... 87 works in it, how about that? It's something I've been building up almost eight years, and this is my attempt to make it more accessible to a wider audience that may be intimidated by the scope, breadth, and sheer amount of works in it. There's a lot more here than I've presented-- the Black Autumn series, I.H. Pickman's 001 Proposal, and a few SCPs that mention it besides. I like to think it's been fairly influential on the site, but the fact that it seems to have trouble getting traction in the larger fanbase has kind of bugged me, so I'm hoping to rectify that with this post.
If you've made it this far, thank you for reading, and I hope you have a great day.
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2020.06.17 18:52 Bipedal-Moose [OC] 63 MVPs in 63 days, part 47: The 2003 MVP race

Hello everyone, and welcome back to part 47 of my series in which I’ll be researching and dissecting every single MVP race in NFL history. Today, we’re going to be looking into the 2003 race. But first, a look at the voting results from you for the 2002 race. 41 people voted, and here are the results:
  1. Rich Gannon: 33/41 votes (80.5%)
  2. Brett Favre: 5/41 votes (12.2%)
  3. Steve McNair: 3/41 votes (7.3%)

2003 AP MVP: Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning (16 votes) and Tennessee Titans QB Steve McNair (16 votes)

Other notable candidates: New England Patriots QB Tom Brady (8 votes), Baltimore Ravens RB Jamal Lewis (5 votes)
Others receiving votes: Chiefs RB Priest Holmes (3 votes), Ravens LB Ray Lewis (2 votes)
The winner: We have our second instance of co-MVPs, with Peyton Manning and Steve McNair splitting the vote and each winning their first career MVP.
The race
Here are the stats for the notable contenders for MVP in 2003. Remember, though, that the context behind the stats is equally as important as the stats themselves, so I encourage you to read the player profiles below.
Manning:
Comp/Att Yds Y/A TD INT Rate ANY/A Rush-Yds-TDs Fumbles
379/566 4,267 7.5 29 10 99.0 7.4 28-26-0 6
McNair:
Comp/Att Yds Y/A TD INT Rate ANY/A Rush-Yds-TDs Fumbles
250/400 3,215 8.0 24 7 100.4 7.8 38-138-4 12
Brady:
Comp/Att Yds Y/A TD INT Rate ANY/A Rush-Yds-TDs Fumbles
317/527 3,620 6.9 23 12 85.9 5.9 42-63-1 13
Lewis:
Rush Yds Rush TD YPC Rec Rec Yds Rec TD Yscrim Tot TDs Fumbles
387 2,066 14 5.3 26 205 0 2,271 14 8
Note: Bold indicates a league lead in that particular category. Italics indicate a league record.
The case for and against Manning
Manning paced the NFL with 4,267 yards, being one of only two passers to eclipse the 4,000 mark (the other being Trent Green), and he ranked 2nd in passing TDs behind only Brett Favre at 32, 3 TDs ahead of Manning; but he also also threw 11 more INTs than Manning did. As a result, Manning’s total TD-turnover differential (+18) was the best in the league, and his efficiency stats were commensurately excellent: he ranked 4th in Y/A, 3rd in NY/A, 2nd in AY/A, 2nd in ANY/A, and 2nd in passer rating. There’s a very compelling case to be made that Peyton Manning was the best statistical QB in the league in 2003, and the accolades back it up: he was named first team all-pro at QB by every major media organization.
The 2003 Colts also had to deal with injuries to lead back Edgerrin James and across their offensive line, forcing 3 out of their 5 O-linemen to miss at least several games; as a result, the team ranked 26th out of 32 teams in rushing YPC and 19th in rushing yards overall as a team. Despite this, and their offense having the 14th best average starting field position, the Colts ranked 1st in the NFL in points scored per drive in 2003; this can be attributed largely to Manning and the passing game. Additionally, the Colts’ defense was set up for success, having an offense that had the 2nd fewest turnovers in the game that helped give them the 3rd best average starting field position, but they did not enjoy success, ranking 22nd in points allowed per drive and 20th in total points allowed. Though the Colts lacked a defense and an efficient, consistent ground game, the team still went 12-4.
Still, it would be foolish to dismiss Manning’s supporting cast as weak, as on offense, it was still pretty good on the whole. Manning got to throw to Marvin Harrison, who was in the midst of an 8 season run in which he was named AP all-pro every single year. Reggie Wayne was also present, and while he finished with “only” 838 receiving yards, he was still a great player even if his stats didn’t reflect it (yet). And while most of the line labored through injuries, Jeff Saturday did manage to suit up for every game and he was a fine lineman. RB Edgerrin James was also still productive when healthy, if less efficient than he had once been.
The case for and against McNair
Steve McNair was, statistically, the most efficient passer in the NFL in 2003, leading the league in every notable efficiency category, including ANY/A and passer rating. In 14 games, he threw 24 TDs and ran for 4 more. This was the best season of McNair’s excellent career, and he was rewarded with his first AP all-pro selection, and his Titans enjoyed their 4th playoff appearance in 5 seasons.
McNair propelled the most efficient passing team in the game in the complete absence of an efficient running game. Age had caught up to lead back Eddie George, with the 30 year old averaging just 3.3 YPC on 312 carries, leading to the Titans ranking 31st out of 32 teams in rushing YPC. But, thanks to McNair, the passing game, and their offense having the 2nd best average starting field position, the Titans placed a solid 6th in points scored per drive and 5th in total points scored. The defense was decent, ranking 12th in points allowed per drive, but it wasn’t the reason behind the team’s 12-4 record. That was the passing game.
The most noticeable weakness in McNair’s case would certainly be the team’s success in his absence, and his performance not being up to par with Peyton Manning's on the stat sheet. McNair missed 2 of the Titans’ final 3 games, a pivotal stretch; the Titans went 2-0 in those games. Specifically, the passing game did well with 2 different backup QBs: in those games, Billy Volek and Neil O’Donnell combined to go 44/68 with 527 yards (7.8 Y/A), 4 TDs, 1 INT, a 101.8 passer rating, and 7.4 ANY/A. The Titans’ offense scored a combined 61 points in those 2 games. That wasn’t just against any two teams, either: it was against the Bills and Buccaneers, two of the best defenses in the league (and specifically 2 of the best passing defenses in the league). It’s still a small sample size, but can McNair really be the most valuable player in the league when the team and the passing game was so successful in a multi game absence, and against excellent defenses? It’s not a question that can be answered definitively, but it is worth pondering. McNair also turned the ball over 13 times in his 14 games giving him an inferior TD-turnover ratio to Manning, along with inferior volume; his 6 lost fumbles aren't reflected in his passing efficiency stats, but that's why those stats don't tell the entire story.
The case for and against Brady
The quarterback of the most successful team of the three candidates here, Brady’s Patriots enjoyed a 14-2 record. Brady himself certainly contributed to it: his 3,620 passing yards ranked 6th in the league, his 23 passing TDs ranked 10th, and he also ranked 10th in passer rating and 9th in ANY/A. Brady’s productive season occurred in the absence of elite playmakers: his number 1 WR was Deion Branch, and Troy Brown, the only other “good” option there, missed a quarter of the season and was 32 years old. Furthermore, the Patriots had one of the worst run games in the league which ranked 27th in rushing yards and 30th in rushing YPC, with Antowain Smith and Kevin Faulk mostly splitting duties and neither eclipsing 650 rushing yards or 3.6 YPC. It’s not easy to make an offense respectable with such little to work with, but Brady did it pretty well.
However, there are critical flaws with this case, the most obvious being his severe disadvantage in the stats department: his ANY/A is at least a full yard and a half worse than either Manning’s or McNair’s, and his other stats also pale in comparison to theirs for the most part, including his 17 turnovers, which were 4 more than McNair and 6 more than Manning. As a result, his +7 TD-turnover differential was significantly worse than McNair’s (+15) and Manning’s (+18).
Even if you’re willing to provide a lot of leeway with the difference in supporting casts on offense, the story gets worse when you look at defense. Brady, by far, had the best defense of the 3 QBs here, and arguably the best defense in the game, which ranked 1st in points allowed per drive, 1st in total points allowed, and 2nd in turnovers forced. This defense, together with the Patriots’ special teams unit, blessed the Patriots’ offense with the 5th best average starting field position in the game, but their offense ranked only 19th in points scored per drive. The offense was okay, and Brady elevated it to that status, as it would certainly have been much worse with most other QBs, but it wasn’t the reason the Patriots went 14-2; it is rare for a QB leading such a middling offense to win MVP. For instance, the Patriots won 3 games scoring 12 or fewer points.
The case for and against Lewis
In 2003, Jamal Lewis became the fourth player in the history of the NFL to run for over 2,000 yards in a single season. He did it on an efficient basis: his 5.3 YPC was excellent, and of all players with 150+ carries, only Clinton Portis and LaDainian Tomlinson posted higher marks in that category. His 2,271 scrimmage yards ranked 2nd behind Tomlinson, and his 14 total TDs ranked T-6th; because he eclipsed 2,000 rushing yards, Lewis was a consensus first team all-pro.
Lewis’ career year came on an offense that completely lacked a good passing game. QBs Kyle Boller and Anthony Wright combined for just 2,459 passing yards and 16 TDs with just 4.1 ANY/A; the team ranked at or near the bottom of the league in all of those categories. The Ravens still went 10-6, with Lewis and their defense dictating the pace of games frequently.
There are a few obvious issues with Lewis’ MVP candidacy, the first of which being his team support. Now, the Ravens lacked a passing game, but their offensive line was rock solid and it featured Jonathan Ogden, one of the greatest offensive linemen ever; given Ogden's performance, it can very well be said that Lewis was not the most valuable non-QB on his own offense, let alone his entire team, let alone in the entire NFL. The Ravens also had a stellar defense that featured a first team all-pro in Chris McCallister, a future HoFer in Ed Reed, some other key players in Peter Boulware, Adalius Thomas, and Kelly Gregg; and finally, their crown jewel in 2003, specifically, was Ray Lewis, the Defensive Player of the Year. Despite the Ravens’ offense ranking 30th in turnovers - which Jamal Lewis himself contributed to, fumbling 8 times and losing 6 of them - their defense ranked 2nd in points allowed per drive, behind only the Patriots.
Even if you choose to ignore the defense and offensive line - which would certainly be foolish to do, but let's entertain it - Lewis was not the most productive running back in the league in 2003, and in fact he was debatably only the 3rd best at his position. Priest Holmes amassed 2,110 scrimmage yards and 27 TDs while losing only one fumble, and was also a consensus first team all-pro; LaDainian Tomlinson also had an incredible season and outproduced Lewis, with 2,370 scrimmage yards (the second highest single season total ever to that point) and 17 TDs, while not losing any fumbles, and on a weaker team than either Holmes or Lewis.

Voting

Vote for the player you think had the best case here after reading the post! Tomorrow we'll review the results in the 2004 post.
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2020.06.16 19:42 Acount4MusicalBoots Wants

Hi! I'm looking for my wants, I'll trade unfairly for any of these :)

Audios:
Footloose - US Tour - June 6, 1999
St. Paul, MO
Richard H Blake (u/s Ren McCormack), Nikki Scalera (Ariel Moore), Christian Borle (Willard Hewitt), Daren Kelly (Reverend Shaw Moore), Mary Gordon Murray (Vi Moore), Stephanie St James (Rusty), Katie Harvey (Wendy Jo), Andrea McCormack (Urleen), Marsha Waterbury (Ethel McCormack)

Footloose - US Tour - November 4, 1999
Joe Machota (Ren McCormack), Nikki Scalera (Ariel Moore), Christian Borle (Willard Hewitt), Daren Kelly (Reverend Shaw Moore), Mary Gordon Murray (Vi Moore), Stephanie St James (Rusty), Katie Harvey (Wendy Jo), Michelle Kittrell (u/s Urleen), Matthew Morrison (Chuck Cranston), Marsha Waterbury (Ethel McCormack), Andrew Wright (Travis/Cowboy Bob), David Patrick Floyd (Lyle), Ted Boulton (Principal Clarke), Steve Luker (Uncle Wes), Jessica Sheridan (Eleanor), Jessica Sheridan (Irene/Betty Blast), Robert Boles (Coach Dunbar)

Peter and the Starcatcher - Broadway - March 28, 2012
Adam Chanler-Berat (Boy (Peter)), Celia Keenan-Bolger (Molly Aster), Christian Borle (Black Stache), Kevin Del Aguila (Smee), Rick Holmes (Lord Leonard Aster), Arnie Burton (Mrs. Bumbrake/Teacher)

Miscast: Concert Series - 2013 - March 4, 2013
Cheyenne Jackson, Christian Borle, Jeremy Jordan, Jonathan Groff, LaChanze, Nicole Parker, Sierra Boggess

Mary Poppins - Broadway - November 12, 2009
The New Amsterdam Theatre
Laura Michelle Kelly (Mary Poppins), Christian Borle (Bert), Juliette Angelo (Jane Banks), Andrew Shipman (Michael Banks), Jeff Binder (George Banks), Rebecca Luker (Winifred Banks), Ann Arvia (Bird Woman), Jenny Galloway (Mrs. Brill)

Hedwig and the Angry Inch - Broadway - October 12, 2014
Belasco Theatre, NYC
Andrew Rannells (Hedwig), Lena Hall (Yitzhak)
Notes: Andrew Rannells FINAL SHOW! Clear audio!

The Boys in the Band - Broadway - May 31, 2018
Booth Theatre, NYC
Jim Parsons (Michael), Zachary Quinto (Harold), Matt Bomer (Donald), Andrew Rannells (Larry), Robin de Jesús (Emory), Michael Benjamin Washington (Bernard), Brian Hutchison (Alan), Tuc Watkins (Hank), Charlie Carver (Cowboy)
Notes: Opening Night

Videos:
RENT - Benny Tour - January 9, 1998
Los Angeles, CA
Neil Patrick Harris (Mark Cohen), Owen Johnston II (Roger Davis), Julia Santana (Mimi Márquez), Andy Señor Jr (Angel Dumott Schunard), Mark Leroy Jackson (Tom Collins), Carla Bianco (Maureen Johnson), Kenna J Ramsey (Joanne Jefferson)
Notes: Muffled sound, camera is all over the place including off the stage, date tag in corner for most of the show, washout left and right. This is the only vid of NPH, but even so, it’s for diehard RENT and NPH fans *ONLY*. Remastering took out a lot of static but the source DVD was at quarter-res so it’s not going to get very good.
Actually this is the only *circulating* video. There is one other video from Fall 1997, Los Angeles. It's auroraspiderwoman's master so unfortunately it'll never be released (NFT forever), but there is a clip of La Vie Boheme on their YouTube channel.

Monty Python's Spamalot - Broadway - March 12, 2005 (Preview)
Tim Curry (King Arthur), Sara Ramirez (Lady of the Lake), Michael McGrath (Patsy), Steve Rosen (Sir Bedevere), Hank Azaria (Sir Lancelot), Christopher Sieber (Sir Galahad), David Hyde Pierce (Sir Robin), Christian Borle (Prince Herbert), Christian Borle (Historian)

Hedwig and the Angry Inch - Broadway - August 31, 2014
Belasco Theatre, NYC
Andrew Rannells (Hedwig), Lena Hall (Yitzhak), Justin Craig (Skszp), Peter Yanowitz (Schlatko), Tim Mislock (Krzyzhtoff), Matt Duncan (Jacek)
Master: SunsetBlvd79
Notes: Super nice quality capture filmed from the right mezzanine. Andrew's just fantastic as usual.

Here's my list: https://docs.google.com/document/d/17K9FLrSONbc0pz4mf42rVP5uTGl9sPh-3TuXUrbMz6A/edit?usp=sharing
Stay safe :D
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2020.06.12 03:24 HeyitsyaboyJesus 2021 Class Predictions - June 2020 Update

So I made a few predictions in May about how Nebraska's 2021 class would shake out. I thought it would be cool to share here how my predictions fared and what my updated predictions are.
So now that we are in June I thought I'd go ahead and update my predictions and go through hits and misses.
Class Size
I targeted the class ending up on the larger side, predicting that their would be 25 commitments in the class, with Frost's statements on there being a smaller class, I've dialed it back to 22. I don't see any way possible that this class is any smaller than 22 with who is on the board. I've reduced the number of DL commitments from 4 to 3, DB commitments from 3 to 2 and RB commitments from 2 to 1. My reasons for selecting these positions to downsize are as follows:
DL: We have a very top heavy group at the DL position, I went with 4 because I presumed we'd add some youth. I still think we add a lot of youth and developmental players, however, 4 seems too many with how the 2021 class is playing out.
DB: We had a haul at DB last year, even with the loss of Gray, we still have good numbers - especially if we take the JUCO DB out of Independence CC, I feel comfortable that Fisher only takes 2 this year- one at safety and one at corner.
RB: With the addition of Walk-On John Bivens, Ronald Thompkins starting to look full go for the 2020 class, Scott III and Morrison coming into the room from the 2020 class, I think it gives the staff flexibility to take only 1 RB this class. It kills me because I think you want to aim for 2 per class, but with this being a numbers crunch, I think RB gets trimmed to 1 this class. If the class goes up to 23 commitments, I think they take a 2nd RB this class.
Hits and Misses
OL: No hits or misses since May.
OLB: I missed on Tyler McLaurin, but hit on Seth Malcolm, however, at the wrong position. Missed on Jaraye Williams, he committed to Louisville. Missed on TJ Bollers, he committed to Wisconsin today. Burkhalter still appears to be a target.
ILB: I hit on Malcolm. I missed on Collin Oliver, he committed to Oklahoma State.
QB: I hit on Heinrich Haarberg. Ty Keyes is uncommitted- technically a miss.
DL: This picture has changed quite a bit. Nathan Rawlins-Kibonge who was a personal favorite of mine did not include us in his Top 8 - I count this as a miss. Ru'Quan Buckley is still on Nebraska's radar, but (I actually may have said this last time) things appear to have slowed down for him, he remains uncommitted, no hit or miss on Buckley yet. Jailen Weaver, Jonathan Jones and Derek Wilkins I had even odds on, but right now I think they are all unlikely with the exception of Weaver; I'll say not hit or miss on them yet.
DB: Miss on Denzel Burke, he committed to Ohio State. Keuan Parker was a miss, he committed to Arkansas- I genuinely thought he may be one of the guys we took this class. Ceyair Wright is uncommitted and we didn't miss his top group either, no hit or miss. Jamier Johnson is announcing July 3rd, 2020 according to 247, neither hit or miss on this one, we still remain in his top 7. I'll actually have to do more research on him.
WR: I have an automatic miss since Shawn Hardy committed here. No miss on Christian Dixon yet. We missed Xavier Worthy's top group so I will consider that a miss. Amari Daniels has yet to make a decision so I will not call it a hit or a miss. Jaylin Noel was an unfortunate miss.
RB: Prophet Brown has not listed another top group or committed, so neither a hit or a miss here.
TE: No hits or misses since May.
June 2020 Predictions
OL: The only change I've made here since May was the addition of Geno VanDeMark as a possibility. I honestly feel like it's a toss up between the 3 recruits listed- if I were to give the edge to any, it'd be Mbow. I have high confidence that if the staff does take one more, it'd be one of these guys.
OLB: This one feels like a toss up to me now- I think Will Schweitzer's commitment really changes things. If the staff takes 3 OLB's, I think the staff now becomes more selective and isn't going to let just anyone commit here. Burkhalter was very high on the staff, as was the staff high on him, but I think with Hisatake putting us in his Top 8 and wanting to visit it really slows down the process for this last spot and I'd be surprised if the staff lets someone commit here soon. Martez Thrower (who I admittedly have a strong bias towards) seemed to be a high priority for Ruud- Ruud going out to Thrower's school thrice. Thrower also has the speed and athleticism to flex as a pass rusher, he can beat guys to the outside and is strong at the point of attack, I think he has the possibility of rotating out as a Field OLB- especially if he's taller than 6'1" (which he looks like he is in my opinion). Mike Schaefer also indicated that more details on recruitment may shake out here in the next few weeks with Malcolm and Schweitzer's recruitment.
Malcolm, recruited as an ILB, also possesses pass rush and other OLB abilities, so I could see him flexing to the field OLB position and if his frame supports it, to the Border OLB position if he gets bigger.
ILB: If Seth Malcolm is considered an ILB, I would assume ILB recruiting is done, as we would have Randolph Kpai, Christopher Paul Jr. and Seth Malcolm.
I think there is a possibility that a recruit gets dropped, although unlikely. If an ILB recruit was to be processed/dropped, I'd guess it would be Christopher Paul Jr. (CPJ). CPJ posseses some of the best run stuffing film of the ILB recruits, shows tremendous strength coming downhill, and can take up blocks as a Mike ILB for his Weakside ILB to make plays but lacks or at least hasn't developed the ability to pursue RB's running laterally (could be speed, could be angles)- he usually has to catch up to them from behind, similar to Mo Barry. CPJ also has shown that he entertains discussion from other schools like Cinci- although he continues to be a strong peer recruiter for Nebraska.
If someone gets dropped, I think that Martez Thrower would be the first option to come fill that ILB spot. There is also the possibility that we see something last minute akin to Keyshawne Greene's commitment last year.
QB: I do not anticipate any additions here. I think Haarberg was the right choice.
DL: I've gone with Tobechi Okoli, Mandela Tobin and Jailen Weaver. Okoli I believe is priority #1 for Nebraska at DL and maybe even #1 overall behind Fidone. I think the coaching staff continues to build that relationship until they land his commitment. Tobin looks to be waiting till he gets visits, he's stated many times he's going to wait awhile before he makes his decision. Tobin is a personal favorite of mine, he fits the 3-4 DL build perfectly; huge strong, long arms that he can use to distance OL and eat up space- all on top of a solid 270lb base. I think the staff would take his commitment.
Weaver is different in size and build, but would fit the 3-4 mold still- he's fast for his size and if he improves his stance and gets stronger he'll be a very effective 3-4 DL. Weaver mentioned Nebraska being one of his offers and he would only pay attention to his recent 7 offers (us being one). It's very hard to get a gauge on want he wants to do, but I believe he's said he's going to wait awhile before committing anywhere. He's probably the longest shot on this list. I'm much more confident in the other two.
DB: This is a guessing game for DB at this point and I could see this going late into the cycle with DB recruiting.
I moved away from Ceyair Wright and Jamiel Johnson. I don't see us getting either and haven't seen much about those two regarding Nebraska from 247 or their social media. I'm now looking at Tommi Hill and Kamren Kinchens. Tommi Hill listed us in his top group, as did Kinchens. Kinchens and Johnson both commit in early July. As I write this, I think that we end up missing on Kinchens and he goes to Auburn -HOWEVER- he has two former teammates at Nebraska that'll be spooling up for workouts and practices and a current teammate that is committed here that could make him think twice about his commitment. I could see that his recruiting extends past his commitment date -IF- he takes his visits.
WR: Shawn Hardy was a surprise commitment for me, he wasn't even on my tracker. That being said, we got crystal balls for Latrelle Neville from Wiltfong who has been hitting on most (if not all) of his CB's to Nebraska and I think this trend is continued. Neville recently decommited from Virginia Tech and it sounds like Lubick and friends have done work getting the inside track on him. I think we land Neville. Eric McAlister is an interesting prospect, because if we do take Neville and McAlister we'll have 3 WR's all 6'3" for the 2021 WR class. I think it's possible we go with a taller class since the last few classes have been full of "smaller" <= 6'0 guys with the exception of Betts and Manning.
McAlister is more of a guess here as things have seemed quiet from a lot of angles with him, but I think he's got the skillset, build and intensity that the staff is looking for. He definitely has the onfield production you want out of a WR recruit.
RB: I think the staff continues its search for an every-down back. Gabe Ervin and Tavierre Dunlap both fit this mold- larger, more physical backs that have solid speed and agility. I think either would be a solid edition to the position (although I think Dunlap is a tad bettter). As is with RB recruiting, it seems to morph and change over the course of the cycle which is why I have lower confidence at this position. I think Held could pull something out of thin air.
If we take a second runningback I think it's Cam'ron Valdez. He's a smaller, shiftier back that runs with extreme intensity (I don't joke about this, watch his film) that has accomplished everything you expect a runningback to out on the field. The staff has been keeping tabs on him (sending him edits, he likes something Nebraska related every so often) and I think they are looking to bring him in for a visit. Texas Tech is CB'd to have him, but I would call that a 'stale' CB coming from late January. If you wonder why I choose him over Amari Daniels, I think it's because Daniels is destined for somewhere else (Penn State), but I also believe Valdez is a better player than Daniels.
TE: In short I think we nab Thomas Fidone. I think he knows how important he is to the class and understands he has a very very good chance to start his freshman year and beyond. It's close to home to and the staff continues to work him and develop that relationship. I think AJ Rollins ends up here, mainly because he is a decent local option, although I could also see the staff passing on him and going after Erik Olsen or Gunnar Helm out of Colorado.
Closing Thoughts
All in all I think this class is going to lean more to the developmental side, especially at DL. Time is starting to be on these guys side where they don't need to contribute immediately and can have time to gain weight, learn the system and DEVELOP. A lot of the people the staff seems to be focusing have low floors but high ceilings. I wouldn't get to tied up in rankings this cycle, look at their film and measurables and decide for yourself if you think a player is a good addition or not.
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This is a featured list. Click here for more information. John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Not to be confused with John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel A wooden trophy with a metal oval on top standing in front of a podium, which has a plexiglass trophy on top The permanent trophy of the Campbell Memorial Award and one of the personalized trophies given in 2009 Awarded for The best science fiction novel published in English in the previous calendar year Presented by Center for the Study of Science Fiction First awarded 1973 Most recent winner Sam J. Miller (Blackfish City) Website sfcenter.ku.edu/campbell.htm The John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel, or Campbell Memorial Award, is an annual award presented by the Center for the Study of Science Fiction at the University of Kansas to the author of the best science fiction novel published in English in the preceding calendar year. It is the novel counterpart of the Theodore Sturgeon Award for best short story, awarded by the same organization.[1] The award is named in honor of John W. Campbell (1910–71), whose science fiction writing and role as editor of Analog Science Fiction and Fact made him one of the most influential editors in the early history of science fiction.[2] The award was established in 1973 by writers and critics Harry Harrison and Brian Aldiss "as a way of continuing his efforts to encourage writers to produce their best possible work."[1] Locus magazine has listed it as one of the "major awards" of written science fiction.[3]
The winning novel is selected by a panel of science fiction experts, intended to be "small enough to discuss among its members all of the nominated novels".[1] Among members of the panel have been Gregory Benford, Paul A. Carter, James Gunn, Elizabeth Anne Hull, Christopher McKitterick, Farah Mendlesohn, Pamela Sargent, and Tom Shippey. In 2008 Mendlesohn was replaced with Paul Kincaid, in 2009 Carter left the panel while Paul Di Filippo and Sheila Finch joined, and Lisa Yaszek replaced Di Filippo in 2016. Nominations are submitted by publishers and jurors, and are collated by the panel into a list of finalists to be voted on. The minimum eligible length that a work may be is not formally defined by the center. The winner is selected by May of each year, and is presented at the Campbell Conference awards banquet in June at the University of Kansas in Lawrence as part of the centerpiece of the conference along with the Sturgeon Award. The award has been given at the conference since 1979; prior to then it was awarded at various locations around the world, starting at the Illinois Institute of Technology in 1973.[1] Winners are always invited to attend the ceremony. The Center for the Study of Science Fiction maintains a trophy which records all of the winners on engraved plaques affixed to the sides, and since 2004 winners have received a smaller personalized trophy as well.[4]
During the 47 years the award has been active, 183 authors have had works nominated; 47 of these authors have won. In two years, 1976 and 1994, the panel selected none of the nominees as a winner, while in 1974, 2002, 2009, and 2012 the panel selected two winners rather than one. Frederik Pohl and Joan Slonczewski have each won twice, the only authors to do so, out of four and two nominations, respectively. Kim Stanley Robinson and Paul J. McAuley have won once out of seven nominations, and Jack McDevitt, Ian McDonald, Adam Roberts, and Robert J. Sawyer have won once out of five nominations, while Nancy Kress, Bruce Sterling, and Robert Charles Wilson have won once out of four nominations. Greg Bear has the most nominations without winning at nine, followed by Sheri S. Tepper at six, James K. Morrow at five, and William Gibson, Ken MacLeod, Charles Stross, and Peter Watts at four.
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2020.05.15 18:30 Veedrac Pixels? Triangles? What’s the difference? — How (I think) Nanite renderes a demo with 10¹¹ tris

Update:
That's just where my thinking started. @ID_AA_Carmack started talking about virtualized geometry and that's what I came to before he started talking about SVO as what he was exploring. Virtualized GIM are a more direct extension from VT. Path has moved far from there since.
https://twitter.com/BrianKaris/status/1260734555532611584
My post is about ‘Virtualized GIM’. This tweet says they've moved on. I was expecting secret sauce, but it seems it's even saucier than that.
(Thanks to llethal01 for pointing me to this tweet.)
It has been a lot of fun following all the wild Nanite speculation. A distributed brainstorming session with a flurry of ideas and takes on this one topic. Most are way off our specific solution, but definitely a unique opportunity to check your assumptions and get inspiration :)
https://twitter.com/Stubbesaurus/status/1261648521431785475
The new Unreal Engine 5 demo was different. It wasn't just an illustration of what you can get from a good art team pushing hardware to its max. The demo was beautiful, but much more importantly, it was also impossible, pushing more triangles from more sources than seems fundamentally possible for the geometry hardware available.
If you saw the demo and thought it was Mesh Shaders and the SSD, you've missed 90% of the technology they showed. Not only is the Nanite rendering engine they used not using Mesh Shaders most of the time, from the perspective of the GPU hardware it's not even rendering triangles. I think I've managed to piece together a decent understanding of the basic outline of what it is doing, which is what I'll cover here.

The demo

Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/417882964 I suggest watching at 4k if possible, even if your screen resolution is only 1440p. Note that YouTube uses stronger compression, so loses a lot of the detail that makes the demo so incredible.
Gallery: https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2020-05-13-epic-unreal-engine-5-screenshot-gallery These images end in “/EG11/resize/1920x-1”. If you remove that you can access uncompressed 4k screenshots.

Sources

Brian Karis' old blog posts, particularly Virtual Geometry Images. Brian is a huge part of the reason this demo exists at all.
Brian Karis' Twitter feed.
This Eurogamer article, which includes clarifying quotes.
Geometry Images, a paper by Xianfeng Gu, Steven J. Gortler, and Hugues Hoppe.
Multi-grained Level of Detail Using a Hierarchical Seamless Texture Atlas, a paper by Krzysztof Niski, Budirijanto Purnomo, and Jonathan Cohen.

A quick overview of traditional rendering

Representation
Traditionally, video games are made of triangular meshes. Each triangle renders some patch of your textures onto the world, with each rendered path trying to emulate as much fine-grained detail inside it that it can. The process works something like this:
You start with a model that you want to render, which has a 2D surface covered with triangles. Each vertex (point) is shared between several triangles, so we to store the vertex information once per vertex, and use triangle strips to tell us how to join the vertices into triangles.
Each vertex needs to know where it is in space, as in its x, y, and z positions, but the triangles also needs to know what data inside to render. It would be very inefficient for each triangle to have its own textures, so instead we use something called UV mapping, where we build a single texture for the whole surface, and each vertex maps to a specific point on that mesh with something called the ‘texture coordinate’.
Because our triangles are covering significantly sized areas on the screen, we also need to include textures that capture the fine-grained detail of the triangle, which includes the suface's normal map, a texture representing the angles of the pixels, and can also include a height map, representing how far the pixel should jut inward or outward of the plane of the triangle.
Rendering
When rendering the game, the GPU looks at your triangle list, which point to indices for the vertexes. Those vertices are looked up to provide their positions, at which point the GPU is able to figure out where the triangle lives on screen.
For each triangle, the GPU will figure out which pixels that triangle renders and pass the work off to the ‘pixel shader’. Every triangle handled this way has its own overhead, and the GPU will also only handle pixels in groups of 4. The pixel shader then does most of the heavy lifting, looking up textures and computing the direction that light reflects off of it, given the surface normal.
Because each triangle has overhead, and does at least four pixels of pixel shading work, this new engine Nanite, which claims to work with pixel-sized triangles, sounds very inefficient. That would be a lot of work going to waste, if a traditional pipeline was in use. On top of this, having so many vertices means you need to make all of these auxillary data structures we just talked about as large as your textures, which would hugely increase memory overhead.

Geometry images

Representation
A geometry image is a texture where every pixel is given a position in space, and triangles in the mesh are implicitly defined by triangles in the geometry image.
This video visualizes how the data is stored. Each pixel is interpolated between its position in the geometry image, and the position it encodes in object space. Note that pixels next to each other in the geometry image are also next to each other in object space, and with the exception of the seam, pixels next to each other in object space are also next to each other in the geometry image.
This is an efficient way of defining high-density triangles, since you only need the position for each vertex, and the triangles themselves are stored implicitly. However, as before, not only do you need to know where the triangles are in space, you also need to know what part of the textures they are rendering. Normally this requires storing texture coordinates in each vertex, but in this case there is a simpler solution: your geometry image is already a UV mapping, so just store texture data at the same position as geometry data.
Micropolygon geometry
This method of storing triangles implicitly does not mean that your geometry image has to be the same size as your texture data. You could still use this method for storing low polygon count models, and still stretch your textures over it. Heck, you could also even store high poly models with low resolution textures, hoping that lighting up all that geometric detail makes up for the othewise blurry image. However, this method does make storing huge polygon meshes much more efficient, for a swathe of reasons.
The first is simple data efficiency. Each vertex in the mesh requires its x, y, and z position to be stored, and that's it, unlike for triangle soups, which need multiple sets of indices for the triangles and the texture coordinates. Further, if your geometric detail is already at the pixel level, you typically don't require your textures to have normal maps or displacement maps—it's all just geometry.
You get more benefits. Because your geometry images are just images, and are spatially coherent (there are no discontinous jumps except at the borders), you can use techniques traditionally reserved for textures. For example, you can perform image compression on your textures. You can upscale and downscale your textures; downscaling can be done by the GPU with something called a mipmap. You can load patches of the geometry individually at precisely the wanted geometric detail, using something called virtual texturing.
The regularity of your geometry also makes it easier to do operations on local patches of geometry. A simple example is view-dependent downsampling, where parts of the object closer to the camera are represented in higher detail than parts further away. This is common for textures, but very difficult for traditional polygon meshes. But you can also imagine how you might apply deformations locally to specific parts of the geometry, or even perform backface culling (avoiding rendering the backside of triangles) over patches of the geometry.
Rendering (fallback path)
If your geometry is lower resolution than your textures, the standard triangle raterization hardware in GPUs is still going to be the best way to draw your image. Therefore you want to turn the implicit triangles in your geometry images into explicit triangles the hardware can understand.
There are a few ways of handling this. The most efficient is using new hardware support called ‘mesh shaders’. It is worth noting that mesh shaders aren't new hardware functions; but rather a new interface directly to the hardware that already existed.
Microsoft have put out a very clear explanation of mesh shaders. However, the simple description is that a mesh shader reads in a bunch of arbitrary data, and produces triangles to render. In this case, a mesh shader can be used to produce triangles from pieces of the geometry image.
Older hardware does not have support for mesh shaders, so they need to use different techniques. There are several possible approaches they could use (tesselation, instancing, generation in compute, etc.), but all of these have drawbacks, and I don't know how to evaluate them.
Once you have hardware triangles, it's just a traditional renderer. Your processing will still largely happen in the pixel shader, as hardware-generated samples inside of your triangles. However, you still retain a few benefits, like mipmapping and support for virtual textures.
Rendering (true ending)
Let's assume that you have geometry with uniformly pixel-level detail, so each implicit triangle in your geometry image renders to exactly one screen pixel, with some overlap from objects at different depths. You do not want to incur triangle-level overheads for each pixel in the resulting image.
This time, let's avoid rendering triangles altogether. Instead, as each pixel in your geometry image corresponds to a pixel in screenspace, you can perform pixel shader work directly on the geometry image. Then, each sample can be projected to its location on screen, and written there directly; this operation is called a ‘scatter’, and it's something GPUs are very good at nowadays.
This has a number of huge advantages. You aren't just operating on pixels within one triangle in parallel, but on small patches of pixel-sized triangles at the same time. The overhead is therefore much, much lower. Furthermore, this does very good things for memory: pixels next to each other in the geometry image map to neighboring (or overlapping) pixels on the screen, and access neighboring pixels from the textures, all of this on top of the overall lower memory usage anyway!
There are a few main difficulties that were skipped.
Rendering needs to be depth-tested. That is, writing a pixel out to the image should not replace a pixel already written to the image, if that pixel is closer to the camera. I do not know how this is done, but it certainly not rocket science. It is possible that specific hardware features were added to support this, but it's also totally possible that the developers figured out another trick.
Of course, any real renderer is going to need to handle cases that don't map 1:1 with pixels on the screen, for example if the geometry data is not of sufficient resolution, or you're using a lower resolution mipmap, or your triangles are simply not perfectly uniformly spaced. In this case, you will need to iterate over each pixel each triangle contains, and render that. Note that this is only efficient if most triangles in the rendered patch are about the same size on screen, which is a property that you only get from this sort of texture representation. Note that each point you render can interpolate its position between multiple surrounding points, and not necessarily even linearly, which is something you simply can't do with traditional renderers.
Other details are of course important, like antialiasing. Unfortunately this is about at the limits of my ability to speculate.
Nanite uses two software renderers; my initial guess is that these are specialized for different triangle sizes.

That's impressive, but is it really that simple?

No.

What's up with the SSD? Is the PS5 special?

There are two questions here: does the Nanite technology require PS5-tier SSD speeds?, and does this demo require PS5-tier SSD speeds?
The first question is simple: no. As shown above, Nanite is first and foremost a way of storing and rendering geometry. Despite first appearences, this is an especially data-efficient way of storing geometric detail, and should always look more detailed than a normal-map approach at similar file sizes.
For the second question, you should understand how much data this demo had. The demo had “hundreds of billions” of ‘virtual triangles’, so even if after compression they are spending only a couple of bytes per triangle, and some geometry was reused, that's still way in excess of a hundred gigabytes of data, being scanned over in under ten minutes of gameplay. This is so much data that despite the PS5's insane SSD speed, I actually think there was at least one disguised loading screen, most visibly at 7:20-7:40, where the outside is whited out while I assume that portion of the level was loaded in. An XBox Series X's SSD would have taken twice as long to load this, and likely otherwise been slightly less timely with loading in geometric detail.
EDIT: The above paragraph should be roughly right about file size, but I'm no longer convinced about the rest. The total game file size is less relevant than the total visible triangles and textures, which was only 100s of MB per frame.
However, you should remember that this is a pathological case. Unless we're about to get shipped terabyte file sizes, shipped games will not be quite this geometrically dense. This is still not to say they won't look nearly this good; 8k textures are excessive, and a mix of 2-4k textures is still incredibly detailed, given that each pixel represents geometry.

Relation to Texture-Space Shading

When I wrote my Harware Futurism post, I discussed how Sampler Feedback can be used to support texture-space shading, where shading work is done in textures, and triangle rasterization is only used to move these to the screen. Because Nanite merges the triangle space into the texture-space, it can be considered a form of texture-space shading, although it's not clear whether they are making use of Sampler Feedback.
This means that Nanite inherits a few advantages of texture-space shading, although not all of them. One example is the ability to do more accurate blur effects.
Consider a cube with one white side and five red sides, with the white side facing towards you, such that none of the red sides are visible. If you were in space, the red light on the sides of the cube would be impossible to see. However, imagine the cube is in a foggy room. The red light from the side of the cube is able to reflect off of the fog, so will be visible as a halo around the visible white cube face.
This sort of blur effect is typically very challenging without some sort of ray tracing or light transport, as a simple blur of the rendered pixels will not add any red colour. However, in texture space, the red colour can still be sampled.

Culling, deformations, physics, interpolation

I have already mentioned this, but it's worth repeating. Nanite increases the number of triangles, which means there is more work to do when modifying meshes dynamically, but because the mesh is represented in local patches, algorithms can potentially operate much more efficiently on the mesh.
For example, an irregular cut through a mesh held in a triangle strip will produce a huge number of disconnected strips, that then have to be rejoined. However, a cut through a geometry image just produces two new partially occupied geometry images. Rather than fuss over restitching these into regular squares again, you could simply use mipmaps and virtual texturing to store the split efficiently. The resulting sub-geometry can still be rendered quickly.
Another example is culling, which could be done using a mipmapped hierachy of normal cones (aka. cones containing every normal vector in that patch of geometry). If the cone faces away from the screen, none of the triangles in that patch need to be rendered.
Subdividing geometry is normally nontrivial, since you need to interpolate between vertices that aren't colocated in memory. Subdividing geometry images only requires simple image interpolation; in fact, you could even imagine using some kind of AI upscaling.

Things you missed in the trailer

I have already mentioned that I suspect there was at least one disguised loading screen, most visibly at 7:20-7:40. Hands up if you spotted that too. The fact it was so subtle to be disguised as camera overexposure was very impressive.
At 2:05, there is a section showing the triangles rendered by Nanite. A few effects are visible here.
You can see the warped grid layout on the triangles in the lower resolution areas, with each mesh looking like it is made up of quads of roughly equal size. These are the implicit triangles stored in the geometry image, which is intrinsically grid-shaped.
Secondly, note how, especially in the top-left quarter of the screen, the resolution of the triangle mesh rapidly changes to meet the wanted resolution, both increasing and decreasing, by densities of a factor of 4. This is mipmapping.
This screen also seems to show a fairly sharp division between triangle-mode rendering and pixel-mode rendering. This might be an artefact of video compression, but it's also possible this is when Nanite switches between its triangle-optimized compute shader and its pixel-optimized compute shader. Perhaps the largest triangles in this frame might even be generated from a mesh shader.
In this screenshot, from 7:47, you can see blockiness artefacts from distant textured terrain, like the foliage. This results in very uniform pastel-like colours, whereas closer objects end up with much more texture. This, I'm fairly sure, comes from the mipmap-based downsampling they are using, combined with getting shadow detail dynamically. Capturing all the shadow detail to get more accurate would require modelling all of these internal facets of the geometry, which at this distance is sub-pixel. Don't get me wrong, though, it's still a hundred times better than traditinal rendering approaches.

1440p30

Given the expectations for next-gen to run at 4k60, people are understandably worried when this demo ran at 1440p30. Some are even dismissing the overhead outright; if you're lowering the resolution and frame rate so much, what's the point?
Frankly, I have no sympathy. I would much, much rather run games that look like this even at 1080p60 upscaled, than a traditionally-rendered one at 4k60, and this is coming from someone who thinks 1800p on a laptop is too few pixels. If you don't think it looks that good, sorry, but you're wrong.
However, one can make a few inferences about performance scaling. For example, people are talking about turning asset quality down, and rendering fewer triangles. However, because of the way this is being mipmapped and rendered, it's not actually clear that this would efficiently save computation time. I would not be surprised if Nanite, when rendering dense triangles in compute shaders, is closer to fixed cost for a given resolution for rasterization (though shading should still scale). Thus you shouldn't expect this demo to run at 4k just by optimizing the assets.
A lot of the rendering cost is going to come from the lighting and shadowing. Although you can easily talk about turning that down, Brian Karis says, “we render virtualized shadow maps with Nanite to get those super detailed shadows. Without it is sometimes hard to tell the difference between real high poly geo and normal maps. Detailed shadows are important!” Perhaps instead shadows can be updated less frequently, trading shadow latency for frame times. I don't know.
Daniel Wright says they are working on rendering at 60fps at the same resolution. If they get there, all the better!

Lingering questions

Some burning questions about the technology still remain.
We saw a lot of highly microtextured objects like rocks, showing off the polygons and diffuse shadows. However, we didn't see anything shiny or flat. The Geometry Images paper shows that this sort of geometry can create artificial sharpness from aliasing artefacts. Is this solved in Nanite, or will people have to resort to mixed strategies for smooth and shiny objects? Certainly I could imagine mitigation strategies, like adding back a redundant normal map to correct for artefacts in the implicit normals, or calculating the normals not from the triangle directly, but as some kind of bilinear sample.
The rendering technique I described does not include provisions for antialiasing or other supersampling techniques. It does, however, seem totally compatible with pixel-thin objects like hair and grass, with only reasonable modifications, since it is still fundamentally triangle-based. It will be interesting to see how these are approached; it is, after all, not explicitly said anywhere that the character in the demo was rendered purely from Nanite, and mixed techniques are plausible.
There is a similar question with reflections, which sound very challenging for such a fine grain of detail. It will be interesting to see how this is handled; again, mixed-mode rendering is a possibility.

So... geometry is now a solved problem? What next?

Yes, I honestly, truly think this is the future of rendering. I don't think it's a gimmick, or just a demo turned to max. As far as I can tell, this is real.
Once you have a triangle per pixel, where can you go?
First, performance. From a baseline of 1440p30, DLSS should take us to 4k30, and a 4x GPU performance boost should get us to 4k120. That's that done.
Then, well, I guess you have to find other stuff to do. Full ray tracing, subsurface scattering, better physics, contact deformation. There are still branches to pick. But, really, what would we even do with 200 teraflops of compute? I guess that's for the future to figure out.
Oh, and a quick point about VRAM: it's clear we have enough now. SSDs remove a huge amount of memory pressure, so what we've got seems enough for universal photorealism. Sure, ray tracing or other techniques might turn out to be memory hungry enough to push at the edges, but we're talking maybe factors of two, not 10.

An aside: Euclideon

Some people might have heard of a company called Euclideon, pushing an alternative rendering approach that also offers very high fidelity graphics. In all likelihood, Euclideon was using something called sparse voxel octrees.
Although sparse voxel octrees are real technology with a lot of the advantages Euclideon said they have, they have some fundamental disadvantages. Most importantly, the data they hold is not stored coherent, but it's spread around, and this makes it much harder to do certain things with them, and has significant memory costs.
In contrast, Nanite is still representing the surface of the triangle meshes, it's just doing it with much greater geometric density, and in particular it's a very regular representation. There is some sparsity from virtual textures, but it not of a sort that prevents a lot of the operations a graphics pipeline wants to do.
Craig Perko gives a very fair discussion of sparse voxel octrees.

An aside: Lighting

Lumen is at least as crucial to the picture as Nanite, but I'm less able to say anything illuminating about it, whereas I've hopefully wrapped my head around Nanite. Lumen uses a hierarchical approach to lightning, and I'll defer the detailed look to Alex Battaglia from Digital Foundry.
E: I note that the main character seems to have fewer polygons. One possibility is that they are rendering her with a different technology, but IMO it seems more likely she's simply lower-poly to make animation calculations faster.
E (2020-06-07): After more thought and analysis it seems likely that they're rendering heightmaps, and the x-y coordinates are somehow implicitly encoded in some more coarse-grained structure.
E (2020-06-12): s/likely/plausible
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2020.05.02 23:03 nirbateman Looking for wants

Hey guys, I accumulated quiet a bit of wants and I would like to find most or all of them, so if you have one or more of those, I would love to hear from you! You can PM me here.
Audio wants
Assassins 1992, London Anthony Barclay -- Balladeer, Paul Bentley -- Pres. Gerald Ford, Cathryn Bradshaw -- Lynette (Squeaky) Fromme, Michael Cantwell -- John Hinckley, Jack Ellis -- Leon Czolgosz, Michelle Fine, David Firth -- John Wilkes Booth, Louise Gold -- Sara Jane Moore, Henry Goodman -- Charles Guiteau, Paul Harrhy -- Giuseppe Zangara, Ciaran Hinds -- Samuel Byck, Sue Kelvin -- Emma Goldman, The Paul Bentley -- Proprietor, Gareth Snook -- James Blaine, Kevin Walton -- David Herold *Soundboard

Camelot - 1/5/63 OBC Closing Night Julie Andrews (Guinevere), Robert Goulet (Lancelot), Richard Burton (Arthur), Roddy McDowal (Mordred)

A Chorus Line - 5/23/75 New York Renee Baughman (Kristine Urich), Kelly Bishop (Sheila Bryant), Pamela Blair (Valerie Clark), Wayne Cilento (Mike Costa), Kay Cole (Maggie Winslow), Ronald Dennis (Richie Walters), Patricia Garland (Judy Turner), Ron Kuhlman (Don Kerr), Nancy Lane (Bebe Benzenheimer), Baayork Lee (Connie Wong), Priscilla Lopez (Diana Morales), Robert LuPone (Zach), Cameron Mason (Mark Anthony), Donna McKechnie (Cassie Ferguson), Don Percassi (Alan DeLuca), Michel Stuart (Gregory Gardner), Thommie Walsh (Bobby Mills III), Sammy Williams (Paul San Marco), Clive Wilson (Larry)

A Chorus Line July 12, 1975 ~ Broadway Donna McKechnie (Cassie), Robert LuPone (Zach), Kelly Bishop (Shelia), Sammy Williams (Paul), Priscilla Lopez (Diana), Thommie Walsh (Bobby), Baayork Lee (Connie), Wayne Cilento (Mike), Patricia Garland (Judy), Don Percassi (Al), Renne Baughman (Kristine), Michael Stuart (Greg), Pam Blair (Val), Cameron Mason (Mark), Nancy Lane (Bebe), Ronald Dennis (Richie), Kay Cole (Maggie), Ron Khulman (Don), Clive Clerk (Larry)

A Chorus Line July 25, 1975 ~ Broadway Renee Baughman (Kristine Urich), Kelly Bishop (Sheila Bryant), Pamela Blair (Valerie Clark), Wayne Cilento (Mike Costa), Kay Cole (Maggie Winslow), Ronald Dennis (Richie Walters), Patricia Garland (Judy Turner), Ron Kuhlman (Don Kerr), Nancy Lane (Bebe Benzenheimer), Baayork Lee (Connie Wong), Priscilla Lopez (Diana Morales), Robert LuPone (Zach), Cameron Mason (Mark Anthony), Donna McKechnie (Cassie Ferguson), Don Percassi (Alan DeLuca), Michel Stuart (Gregory Gardner), Thommie Walsh (Bobby Mills III), Sammy Williams (Paul San Marco), Clive Wilson (Larry)

A Chorus Line April 24, 1976 ~ Broadway Robert LuPone (Zach), Clive Clerk (Larry), Ron Kuhlman (Don), Kay Cole (Maggie), Wayne Cilento (Mike), Baayork Lee (Connie), Michael Stuart (Greg), Donna McKechnie (Cassie), Kelly Bishop (Sheila), Thommie Walsh (Bobby), Nancy Lane (Bebe), Patricia Garland (Judy), Ronald Dennis (Richie), Don Percassi (Al), Renee Baughman (Kristine), Pamela Blair (Val), Cameron Mason (Mark), Sammy Williams (Paul), Priscilla Lopez (Diana)

A Chorus Line - 3/31/79 London closing night Petra Siniawski (Cassie), Geoffrey Webb (Zach), Wendy Baldock (Sheila), Graham Turner (Paul), Diane Langton (Diana), Linda Williams (Val), Leslie Meadows (Bobby), Jeffery Shankley (Al), Jo-Anne Robinson (Kristine), Richard Lloyd-King (Richie), Liz Bagley (Connie), Mark White (Mike), Judy Gridley (Judy), Nina Caie (Bebe), Susan Claire (Maggie), Lance Aston (Don), Peter Barry (Mark), Christopher Molloy (Greg), John Chester (Larry), Martin Baker (Roy), Thom Booker (Butch), Rachel Izen (Tricia), Peter Loury (Tom), June Ingrahm (Lois), Juliet Naylor (Vicki), Tracie Hart (Liza), Carla Farnsworth Webb (Paula), Julie Collins (Wendy)

A Chorus Line September 29, 1983 ~ Broadway Donna McKechnie, Ann Rienking, Cheryl Clark, Vicki Fredrick, Deborah Henry, Angelique Ilo, Wanda Richert, Ann Louise Schaut, Pam Sousa (Cassie), Eivind Harum, Joe Bennett (Zach), Kelly Bishop (Sheila), Sammy Williams, Tommy Agulair, Rene Clemente, Steve Crenshaw, Drew Geraci, Wayne Melendandri, Evan Pappas, George Pesaturo, Sam Viverito, Timpthy Wahrer (Paul), Priscilla Lopez, Chikae Ishikawa (Diana), Thommie Walsh (Bobby), Baayork Lee, Jennifer Ann Lee (Connie), Wayne Cilento (Mike), Patricia Garland, Sandahl Bergman (Judy), Don Percassi, Scott Plank (Al), Renne Baughman, Kerry Casserly (Kristine), Michael Stuart, Justin Ross (Greg), Karen Jablons, DeLee Lively, Mitzi Hamilton (Val), Cameron Mason, Timothy Scott (Mark), Terri Klausner (Bebe), Ronald Dennis, Gordon Owens (Richie), Kay Cole (Maggie), Ron Khulman, David Thomé (Don), Clive Clerk (Larry), The Current New York Company, The International Company, The National Company, The Bus & Truck Company, The Las Vegas Company, The Chicago Company and the Foreign Companies A gala performance featuring almost every cast member from every major production since 1975. Became the longest running musical in Broadway History on this date, and would hold that title until 2000 SOUNDBOARD

Evita London July 1978 Elaine Paige (Eva Perón), David Essex (Ché), Joss Ackland (Juan Perón), Siobhan McCarthy (Mistress), Mark Ryan (Magaldi) (Not the one with the last track patched from the album)

Evita 1980-01-22 – West End, Prince Edward Theatre, London, UK Elaine Paige (Eva Peron), John Turner (Peron), Gary Bond (Che)

Evita 1980-04-05 – West End, Prince Edward Theatre, London, UK Marti Webb (Eva Perón), Gary Bond (Ché), John Turner (Perón), Mark Ryan (Magaldi), Siobahn McCarthy (Perón's Mistress)

Follies February 20, 1971 ~ Boston (First Preview) Dorothy Collins, John McMartin, Gene Nelson, Alexis Smith, Yvonne DeCarolo Musical Numbers with some dialogue, Highlights Only.

Follies April 1972 ~ Broadway (Opening Night, Colonial Theatre, Original Broadway Production) Alexis Smith (Phyllis), Dorothy Collins (Sally), Gene Nelson (Buddy), John McMartin (Ben), Yvonne DeCarlo (Carlotta), Ethel Shutta (Hattie), Fifi D'Orsay (Solange), Justine Johnson (Heidi).Follies April 5, 1972 (Matinee) Young Phyllis — Alexandra Borrie;Young Ben — John Johann; Dmitri Weissman — Edwin Steffe (understudy); Emily Whitman — Camila Ashland; Theodore Whitman — Ted Lawrie; Christine Crane — Jan Clayton; Kevin — David Roman; Willy Wheeler — Donald Weissmuller; Meredith Lane — Marion Marlowe; Sandra Donovan — Sonja Levkova

Follies September 1972 ~ Los Angeles Janet Blair (Sally), Alexis Smith (Phyllis), Edward Winter (Ben), Gene Nelson (Buddy), Yvonne DeCarlo (Carlotta Campion), Ethel Shutta (Hattie Walker), Justine Johnston (Heidi Schiller), Mary McCarty (Stella Deems), Fifi D'Orsay (Solange LaFitte), Marti Rolph (Young Sally/Young Heidi), Suzanne Rogers (Young Phyllis), Kurt Peterson (Young Ben), Harvey Evans (Young Buddy), Camila Ashland (Emily Whitman), Ted Lawrie (Theodore Whitman), Helon Blount (DeeDee West), Sonja Levkova (Sandra Donovan), Terry Saunders (Meredith Lane), Jan Clayton (Christine Crane), Patrick Spohn (Vincent), Jayne Turner (Vanessa), Edwin Steffe (Dimitri Weissman), Michael Bartlett (Roscoe), John J. Martin (Max Deems), Joel Craig (Willy Wheeler), Roy Barry (Kevin), Candace Cooke (Roscoe's daughter), Jacqueline Payne (Young Hattie), David Evans (Young Vincent), Margot Travers (Young Vanessa), Joseph Nelson (Major-Domo), John Grigas (Chauffeur)

Follies July 1977 ~ Milwaukee, MI Dorothy Collins (Sally), Anne Jeffreys (Phyllis), Jack Washburn (Ben), Ted Lawrie (Buddy), Jill Corey (Carlotta Campion), Dorsey Vogt (Hattie Walker), Janet Baxter Peltz (Heidi Schiller), Honey Sanders (Stella Deems), Jo Fischer (Solange LaFitte), Alice Cannon (Young Sally), Kathy Taylor (Young Phyllis), Kevin Daly (Young Ben), Frank Root (Young Buddy), Marianne Challis (Young Heidi), Julie Jenner (Emily Whitman), Betty Wragge (Thea Whitman), David Curry (Vincent), Irma Curry (Vanessa), Paul Albrecht (Dimitri Weissman), Clyde Laurents (Roscoe), Cris Groenendaal (Max Deems), Joe Billone (Kevin), Gary Barker (Chauffeur), Jeanne Krempp (Young Carlotta), Diane Nicole (Young Hattie), Mib Bramlette (Young Stella), Judith Ann Conte (Young Solange), Ruth Anne McCoy (Young Emily), Jan Wahl (Young Thea)

Follies 1985 ~ Manchester Mary Millar (Sally), Josephine Blake (Phyllis), Kevin Colson (Ben), Bill Bradley (Buddy), Jeannie Harris (Carlotta Campion), Chili Bouchier (Hattie Walker), Betty Benfield (Heidi Schiller), Meg Johnson (Stella Deems), Monica Dell (Solange LaFitte), Liz Izen (Young Sally), Debbie Snook (Young Phyllis), Stephen Hale (Young Ben), Paul Burton (Young Buddy0, Meryl Richardson (Young Heidi), Shirley Greenwood (Emily Whitman), Bryan Burdon (Theodore Whitman), Peter Honri (Vincent), Marie Lorraine (Vanessa), David Scase (Dimitri Weismann), Joseph Powell (Roscoe), Les Want (Max Deems), Lorraine Croft (Young Stella), Mitch Sebastian (Young Vincent), Kim Ismay (Young Vanessa), Linda Jane Holmes (Francesca), David Morgan-Young (Kevin), Anthony O’Driscoll (Chauffeur), Anthony Thomas James (Photographer)

Guys and Dolls Revival 1992 ~ Broadway Peter Gallagher (Sky Masterson), Nathan Lane (Nathan Detroit), Faith Prince (Miss Adelaide), Josie de Guzman (Sarah Brown), Walter Bobbie (Nicely-Nicely Johnson), Eleanor Glockner (Agatha) SOUNDBOARD

Gypsy - Broadway - 1974 Angela Lansbury, Zan Charisse, Rex Robbins

Hello Dolly - Broadway - December 27, 1970 - Closing Night Ethel Merman, Jack Goode, Russell Nype, June Helmers, Danny Lockin, Georgia Engel

Hello Dolly - Broadway - 1978 Carol Channing (Dolly Gallagher Levi), Eddie Bracken (Horace Vandergelder), Florence Lacey (Irene Molloy), Lee Roy Reams (Cornelius Hackl), Robert Lydiard (Barnaby Tucker), Alexandra Korey (Minnie Fay), K.T. Baumann (Ermengarde), Michael C. Booker (Ambrose Kemper), Johan Anania (Rudolph), P.J. Nelson (Ernestina)

Into the Woods March 17 1993 - Sydney Judi Connelli (Witch), Simon Chilvers (NarratoA ComposeMysterious Man), Tony Sheldon (Baker), Geraldine Turner (Baker's Wife), Pippa Grandison (Cinderella), Dean McRae (Jack), Melissa Jaffer (Jack's Mother), Sharon Millerchip (Little Red Ridinghood), Phillip Quast (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), D. J. Foster (Rapunzel's Prince), Leonie Cambridge (Rapunzel), Deborah Wells (Cinderella's Stepmother), Jenny Vuletic (Florinda/Snow White), Jacquline Linke (Lucinda/Sleeping Beauty), Susanne Towers (Cinderella's MotheGranny)

Into the Woods March 28, 2012 - Baltimore Lauren Kennedy (Witch), Jeffry Denman (Narrator), Erik Liberman (Baker), Danielle Ferland (Baker's Wife), Jenny Latimer (Cinderella), Justin Scott Brown (Jack), Cheryl Stern (Jack's Mother), Dana Steingold (Little Red Ridinghood), Nik Walker (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), Britney Coleman (Rapunzel), Robert Lenzi (Rapunzel's Prince/Cinderella's Father), Alma Cuervo (Cinderella's StepmotheGrandmotheGiant), Nikka Lanzarone (Florinda), Eleni Delopoulos (Lucinda), Jeremy Lawrence (Steward/Mysterious Man) Nice to have an audio of Danielle Ferland (the original Little Red Ridinghood on Broadway) as the Baker's Wife. She's amazing in "Moments in the Woods"!

La Cage Aux Folles - London - July 24, 2009 Philip Quast, Roger Allam, Nolan Frederick, Ben Deery, Alicia Davies, Tracie Bennett, Iain Mitchell, Abigail McKern, Adrian Der Gregorian, Scott Spreadbury, Matt Krzan, Nicolas Cunningham, Darren Carnall, Gary Murphy, Ben Bunce, Leanne Harwood, Robert Maskell

Little Shop Of Horrors The Comedy Theatre London 12th August 1985 Seymour - Barry James, Mushnik - Harry Towb, Audrey - Claire Moore, Orin and others - David Burt, Crystal - Nicola Blackman, Ronnette - Dawn Hope, Chiffon - Shezwae Powell, Audrey II - Gary Martin Notes: The track with "The Meek Shall Inherit" contains the following scene which includes "Somminex" and "Somewhere That's Green (Reprise)."

A Little Night Music January 23, 1973 ~ Boston (Opening night) George Lee Andrews, Len Cariou, Despo, Patricia Elliott, Beth Fowler, Hermione Gingold, Laurence Guittard, Garn Stephens, Glynis Johns, Judy Kahan, Mark Lambert, Barbara Lang, Victoria Mallory, Teri Ralston, Benjamin Rayson, Elaine Tomkinson, Gene Varrone

A Little Night Music October 17, 1995 ~ London Judi Dench (Desirée Armfeldt), Siân Phillips (Madame Armfeldt), Laurence Guittard (Fredrik Egerman), Joanna Riding (Anne Egerman), Brendan O'Hea (Henrik Egerman), Lambert Wilson (Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm), Patricia Hodge (Countess Charlotte Malcolm), Issy van Randwyck (Petra), Claire Cox (Fredrika), Di Botcher, Louise Reckon-Richards, Kate Dyson, Tim Godwin, Sylvia Griffin, Stephen Hanley, Paul Kynman, Joe Maddison, John Owen-Jones, Ernestina Quarcoo, Morag McLaren

Oliver! January 1965 ~ Chicago Ronny Kroll (Oliver Twist), Davey Jones (The Artful Dodger), Robin Ramsey (Fagin), Judy Bruce (Nancy), Danny Sewell (Bill Sykes), Alan Crofoot (Mr. Bumble), Bram Nossen (Mr. Brownlow), Dawna Shove (Widow Corney), John Miranda (Mr. Sowerberry), Ruth Maynard (Mrs. Sowerberry)

On the Town 1971 ~ Broadway Ron Husmann (Gabey), Jess Richards (Chip), Remak Ramsay (Ozzie), Donna McKechnie (Ivy Smith), Phyllis Newman (Claire De Loone), Bernadette Peters (Hildy), Tom Avera (Pitkin), Marilyn Cooper (Lucy Schmeeler), Fran Stevens (Maude P. Dilly)

Promises, Promises - 1968 Broadway soundboard Jerry Orbach (Chuck Baxter), Jill O'Hara (Fran Kubelick)

Rebecca Caine: No, No, Cosette - London - March 25, 2012 Rebecca reveals her dark side. Music by Blitzstein, Vernon Duke, Turnage, Ravenhill/Offenbach, Kern, Porter, Novello, Yeston, Coward and more. With Nathan Martin on piano.

Rocky Horror June 22, 1991, London Anthony Head (Frank N Furter), Craig Ferguson (Brad Majors), Zalie Burrow (Janet Weiss), Tim Whitnall (Riff Raff), Kate O'Sullivan (The Usherette/Magenta), Vicky Licorish (Columbia), Ivan Kaye (Dr. Scott/Eddie), Adam Caine (Rocky), Peter Bayliss (The Narrator), Ian Good (Phantom), Julia Hampson (Phantom), Penelope McGhie (Phantom), Paul Reeves (Phantom), Stephen Thiebault (Phantom), Mark Turnbull (Phantom) *Final performance

Sunday in the Park with George 1990 West End Phillip Quast (George), Maria Friedman (Dot/Marie), Sheila Ballantine (Old Lady/Blair Daniels), Nuala Willis (Nurse/Harriet Pawling), Michael O'Connor (Franz/Dennis), Nicolas Colicos (A SoldieAlex), Gary Raymond (Jules/Bob Greenberg), Nyree Dawn Porter (Yvonne/Naomi Eisen), Michael Attwell (A Boatman/Lee Randolph), Megan Kelly (Celeste #1), Clare Burt (Celeste #2/Betty), Aneirin Huws (Louis), Di Botcher (Frieda/Elaine), Ellen van Schuylenburch (Woman Looking for a Glove), Barry Atkinson (Man Playing the Horn), Matt Zimmerman (Mr./Charles Redmond), Vivienne Martin (Mrs./Billie Webster), Buffy Davis (A Waitress), Simon Fielder (A Photographer) -Tracked

Sweeney Todd (Broadway Revival: 1989) Bob Gunton (Sweeney Todd), Beth Fowler (Ms. Lovett), Jim Walton (Anthony), Gretchen Kinglsey (Johanna), David Barron (Judge Turpin), Micahel McCarty (Beadle Bamford), Eddie Korbich (Tobias), SuEllen Estey (Beggar Woman), Bill Nabel (Pirelli)

Sweeney Todd - Melbourne, Australia - June 21, 2019 Anthony Warlow and Gina Riley

West Side Story - Scandinavian tour - Copenhagen, Denmark - March 16, 1962 - Soundboard David Holliday (Tony), Jill Martin (Maria), Carole Gray (Anita), Rikki Septimus (Bernardo), Gordon Wales (Riff)

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Anything Goes London -- July 17, 2004 Sally Ann Triplett, John Barrowman, Martin Marquez, Simon Day, Mary Stockley, Susan Tracey, Rachel Stanley Amazing quality with a lot of close-ups! Almost look like it's a proshot! 2 DVDs

Assassins 12/21/90 ~ New York Victor Garber,Terrence Mann, Jonathan Hadary, Lee Wilkof, Annie Golden, Debra Monk, Patrick Cassidy, Greg Germann From Playwrights Horizons; one head in the way and filmed from very close; upgraded copy with clearer picture and sound; a very nice video A
Into The Woods Nancy Dussault (Witch), Cynthia Sikes (Baker's Wife), Chip Zien (Baker), Kim Crosby (Cinderella), Edmund Lyndeck (NarratoMysterious Man), Robert Westenberg (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), Ben Wright (Jack), Barbara Bryne (Jack's Mother), LuAnne Ponce (Little Red), Marin Mazzie (Rapunzel), Dean Butler (Rapunzel's Prince), Merle Louise (Cinderella's MotheGranny/Giant), Joy Franz (Stepmother), Kay McClelland (Florinda), Teresa Burrell (Lucinda), Adam Grupper (Steward) Complete recording of Nancy Dussault in the role of the witch. The recording looks like it was professionally shot with one camera, maybe for media purposes. It is completely watchable, but unfortunately there is a decent amount of generational loss. File Format: VOB, 1 Disc

Into The Woods 1989, Broadway Betsy Joslyn, Dick Cavett, Chip Zien, Chuck Wagner, Barbara Bryne, Ben Wright, Danielle Ferland, Kim Crosby Broadway Highlights nicely filmed, about an hour's worth of footage; Cavett was still new and didn’t know all of the lines yet. A little dark at times, but good quality overall! File Format: VOB, 1 Disc

Into The Woods 1993 ~ Wytenshaw, England Caroline O'Conner, Grania Renihan, Glyn Kerslake, Charles Foster, Fenton Gray, Barry James, Di Botcher, Lindsey Dawson Very well filmed, extremely clear video. Almost looks pro shot with nice closeups and good sound A

Into The Woods 1993, Sydney, Australia Judi Connelli (Witch), Simon Chilvers (NarratoA ComposeMysterious Man), Tony Sheldon (Baker), Geraldine Turner (Baker's Wife), Pippa Grandison (Cinderella), Dean McRae (Jack), Melissa Jaffer (Jack's Mother), Sharon Millerchip (Little Red Ridinghood), Phillip Quast (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), D. J. Foster (Rapunzel's Prince), Leonie Cambridge (Rapunzel), Deborah Wells (Cinderella's Stepmother), Jenny Vuletic (Florinda/Snow White), Jacquline Linke (Lucinda/Sleeping Beauty), Susanne Towers (Cinderella's MotheGranny)

A Little Night Music 1995 ~ London Dame Judi Dench, Joanna Riding, Siân Phillips, Issy Van Randwyk, Patricia Hodge Highlights of this legendary, amazing production from the National Theatre, London; some generation loss but nice video with good sound and some closeups, shaky. B+

Merrily We Roll Along 1981 ~ Broadway (Lonny Price, Jim Walton,Ann Morrison, Jason Alexander) UPGRADED!!! Amazing video considering its age, great sound A

Miss Saigon 1989 ~ London Lea Salonga, Jonathan Pryce, Simon Bowman, Claire Moore, Peter Polycarpou, Keith Burns From the Theatre Royal Drury Lane; Act I is highlights only with an almost complete Act II. Generation loss and spotlight washout but watchable and clear sound B

Nine 1982 ~ Broadway Raul Julia, Anita Morris, Karen Akers Very old, good for its time, picture is grainy, good close-ups Upgraded video with commerical from Anita Morris at start explaining that about her censored scene from the show; better video A

Noises Off 1983 ~ Broadway Dorothy Louden, Victor Garber, Brian Murray, Linda Thornson, Paxton Whitehead, Deborah Rush, Jim Piddock, Douglas Seale, Amy Wright Nicely filmed from the balcony, with occasional heads at the bottom of the frame. Surprisingly good considering it's age, but some slight generational loss. A-

Nymph Errant London -- 1989 Kaye Ballard, Andrea McArdle, Alexis Smith, Larry Kert, Lisa Kirk, Patrice Munsel, Maureen McGovern, Liliane Montevecchi Star-studded London concert presentation of the rarely seen Cole Porter musical. Some slight generation loss, but a very good quality video with excellent zooms.

Rocky Horror Picture Show 1990 Piccadilly Theatre, London. Mary Maddox (Usherette/Magenta), Gina Bellman (Janet), Adrian Edmondson (Brad), Jonathan Adams (Narrator), Edward Tudor-Pole (Riff Raff), Linda Davidson (Columbia), Richard O'Brien/Tim McInnerny (Frank N Furter), Adam Caine (Rocky), Gordon Kennedy (Eddie/Dr Scott), Zalie Burrow, Ian Good, Kate O'Sullivan, Paul Reeves, Stephen Thiebault (Phantoms)

The Music Man 1980 ~ Broadway Revival Dick Van Dyke Camcorder video; some generation loss B

The Three Musketeers 11/17/84 ~ Broadway, Revival Brent Spiner, Ron Taylor, Chuck Wagner, Liz Callaway, Marianne Tatum Nicely filmed from the balcony of this show that closed after just 9 performances. Some generational loss; DVD also includes a TV review by Pia Lindstrom; nice video A-
Here is my list: https://musicalsforall.weebly.com/
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2020.04.27 22:46 IAmGrum Looking back at the Grantland Transaction Trees (5+ years later)

Looking back at the Grantland Transaction Trees (5+ years later)

Back in 2014, Grantland produced a great article about the longest active transaction trees for each team. A transaction tree traces how a current player on the rostesystem for that team was acquired, by following backwards the transactions that were used to (eventually) acquire that player. In the Grantland article, they trace players based on player-for-player trades (or multiple-team/player trades), as well as players drafted using compensation picks for players signed as free agents.
The Yankees/Angels have swapped spots compared to the original article because they had an incorrect listed date for the Alfonso Soriano purchase to start the Yankees transaction tree.
Here are the transaction trees for the 30 teams, sorted by shortest to longest (at the time of the original article), and the linked images showing the trees from the article. I have then provided an update based on the players presented to see if the transaction trees remained active (or when they finally ended).
Rank. Team : Start Date - End Date Active Players At The Time Of Original Article

30. Cincinatti Reds : 2002/08/23 - 2015/11/06 David Holmberg

29. San Francisco Giants : 2002/06/04 - 2017/10/01 Matt Cain

28. Seattle Mariners : 2000/11/30 - 2017/11/02 Danny Farquhar

27. Chicago Cubs : 2000/07/02 - TODAY Justin Grimm/Mike Olt/Neil Ramirez/C.J.Edwards

26. Atlanta Braves : 2000/06/05 - 2015/10/09 Todd Cunningham

T-25. Kansas City Royals : 1999/06/02 - 2018/10/29 Lorenzo Cain/Alcides Escobar

T-25 Baltimore Orioles : 1999/06/02 - 2018/10/29 Adam Jones/Chris Tillman/George Sherrill/Kameron Mickolio

23. New York Yankees : 1998/09/26 - 2016/08/13 Alex Rodriguez

22. Los Angeles Angels : 1998/09/24 - 2016/08/31 David Freese/Fernando Salas

21. Detroit Tigers : 1997/11/01 - TODAY Robbie Ray/Ian Krol/Steve Lombardozzi

T-20. Philadelphia Phillies : 1996/06/04 - TODAY Jimmy Rollins

T-20. Texas Rangers : 1996/06/04 - 2015/10/21 Michael Choice/Chris Bostick/Lisalverto Bonilla

T-20. Pittsburgh Pirates : 1996/06/04 - 2016/04/21 Jose Tabata/Jeff Karstens/Daniel McCutchen/Ross Ohlendorf

17. Tampa Bay Rays : 1996/03/04 - TODAY Logan Forsythe/Brad BoxbergeMaxx Tissenbaum/Matt Lollis/Matt Andriese

16. Arizona Diamondbacks : 1995/11/08 - 2018/07/31 Mark Trumbo/Brandon Jacobs/A.J.Schugel

15. Chicago White Sox : 1994/02/08 - 2015/12/02 Tyler Flowers/Jon Gilmore/Santos Rodriguez/Brent Lillibridge

14. Oakland Athletics : 1993/07/01 - 2018/08/02 Shane Peterson/Clayton Mortensen/Brett Wallace

T-13. St. Louis Cardinals : 1993/06/03 - TODAY Adam Wainwright/Ray King/Jason Marquis

T-13. Milwaukee Brewers : 1993/06/03 - TODAY Jean Segura/Ariel Pena/Johnny Hellweg

T-13. Colorado Rockies : 1993/06/03 - 2019/11/01 Rex Brothers

10. Toronto Blue Jays : 1992/07/09 - 2018/10/29 Marco Estrada

9. Miami Marlins : 1992/06/01 - TODAY Nathan Eovaldi/Scott McGough

8. Montreal Expos/Washington Nationals : 1989/11/13 - TODAY Jordan Zimmermann

7. Minnesota Twins : 1989/06/05 - 2015/11/06 Brian Duensing/Lester Oliveros/Cole Nelson

6. Los Angeles Dodgers : 1988/06/01 - 2017/11/04 Andre Ethier

5. Houston Astros : 1987/06/02 - TODAY Brett OberholtzePaul Clemens/Juan Abreu/Jordan Schafer

4. Boston Red Sox : 1986/06/16 - TODAY Brandon Workman/Anthony Ranaudo

3. San Diego Padres : 1985/06/03 - TODAY Andrew CashneKyung-Min Na/Casey Kelly/Reymond Fuentes

2. Cleveland Indians : 1977/06/07 - TODAY Corey Kluber

1. New York Mets : 1967/06/06 - 2019/01/07 David Wright

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2020.04.24 01:33 cooklanbrahh Free Movies Digital Codes Giveaway Megathread #5 [VUDU, iTunes, Movies Anywhere 4K etc]

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2020.04.11 09:16 Cidolfus Offseason with Cidolfus: Pre-Draft Recap

Pre-Draft Recap

I said I might do another one of these, time permitting. Little did I know that I’d leave my house only four times in the past month to go to the grocery store. I’ve found quite a bit of time hunkered down in my apartment. I think my dog is getting sick of me.
I know my wife is getting sick of me.
The Dolphins were active early in free agency. They made a lot of expected moves (at least in terms of what positional needs we prioritized) and some more surprising ones. This leaves the team in an interesting place headed into the draft .
In various discussions we’ve had over the past few weeks, I’ve tackled a couple cap questions, particularly in regards to the effective cap cost of rookie contracts as well as cap flexibility in 2021. In this offseason entry, I plan to address those topics and others to contextualize the way I see the draft shaking out.
If you missed any of my previous posts, find the links below. A lot of it is out of date at this point, but if you’d like a good laugh you can see how often I was wrong (although, compared to previous years, I think I did pretty well this year), take a look.

Remaining Free Agency Moves

Earlier this year, I projected a much more aggressive roster culling ahead of free agency than we ended up actually receiving. Aside from getting the departure of Reshad Jones right (admittedly, that one was a bit of a gimme), I also thought that by now we would have moved on from Albert Wilson, Taco Charlton, and Jakeem Grant to free up additional cap space. Instead, we dropped Kilgore (a move I considered unlikely), and--so far at least--have kept the others.
There’s still plenty of time for things to change ahead of the 55-man roster cutdown. As currently constructed, our roster has a logjam of players at both the wide receiver and defensive end positions (never thought I’d be saying that second bit already). The Dolphins have 11 wide receivers under contract and eight defensive ends. Several of these players are minimum salary types filling out the offseason roster for camp, but there are plenty of locks at both to make the roster as well relative to the number of expected roster spots available at each position.
Wide Receiver
Player Cap Charge Savings
Albert Wilson $10,833,344 $9,500,000
DeVante Parker $6,100,000 -$6,000,000
Jakeem Grant $4,380,000 -$1,800,000
Allen Hurns $2.883,333 $2,016,666
Mack Hollins $825,000 $825,000
Isaiah Ford $750,000 $750,000
Andy Jones $750,000 $750,000
Ricardo Louis $750,000 $750,000
Preston Williams $675,000 $671,666
Gary Jennings $675,000 $675,000
Terry Wright $610,000 $610,000
It’s a reasonable bet that the Dolphins will carry five wide receivers on the final 53-man roster. That’s how many we’ve kept every year for the past three seasons. That likely means half of the names above will be cut. DeVante Parker and Jakeem Grant (now that his base salary for the 2020 season has been guaranteed) are locks for the roste. Their contracts make them more expensive to cut than to keep. Preston Williams should also be expected to return for obvious reasons.
That leaves two spots for the remaining eight guys, and I have to imagine that Allen Hurns--who signed an extension in the middle of last season--has an edge to keep his spot despite the potential cap savings. Isaiah Ford also came along when injuries pushed him to the top of the depth chart at the end of the season last year, convincing the team to pick him up as an exclusive rights free agent.
Obviously Albert Wilson fills a niche on the roster that most of the other guys don’t--unless we expect to see Jakeem Grant take a larger role as the team’s slot receiver. There’s been discussion that the team plans to use Mike Gesicki in a big slot role, but that doesn’t rule out keeping Wilson. It’s not unthinkable that we carry six wide receivers in 2020, especially with Chan Gailey as our offensive coordinator and the extra two roster spots granted by the new CBA. His spread concepts figure to see more multiple-receiver sets, after all. This especially makes sense given that we should expect Grant and Ford (or whoever earns a roster spot over Ford) to see more use on special teams than offense. With the extra roster spots available, maybe this is one of the places we use one.
Even should we keep him, I would prefer to see Wilson’s cap figure altered. There’s almost no way that he can live up to his $10.8 million cap charge in such a crowded field. If we do decide to keep him, I hope it involves a restructure and extension similar to the deal that Parker took in place of his fifth year option last year. He’s performed well in limited snaps, but his injury history and slow return last season may hurt his value moving forward, giving the team leverage to flex his remaining cap figure into a two-year contract. I suspect, though, that if that was going to happen, it already would have given the other extensions we’ve offered the plenty of our other receivers.
I also expected him to be cut by no, though.
Defensive Ends
Player Cap Charge Savings
Shaq Lawson $10,833,333 -$10,066,667
Emmanuel Ogbah $7,500,000 $0
Charles Harris $3,450,356 $291,559
Taco Charlton $1,832,541 $1,374,541
Trent Harris $750,000 $750,000
Avery Moss $750,000 $750,000
Zach Sieler $750,000 $750,000
Jonathan Ledbetter $750,000 $750,000
Lawson and Ogbah are our starting defensive ends in 2020. Headed into free agency, I expected defensive end to be a big target in the draft as well. Now I’m less certain. As a first round selection, Harris’s 2020 salary is mostly guaranteed, so we save almost nothing other than a roster spot by moving on from him. Teams rarely cut players that don’t offer cap savings, so barring someone outperforming him in camp, I expect him to be on the roster. That still leaves a five or six way battle for what remains of only three or four defensive end spots.
Consider also how many linebackers the Dolphins are likely to carry into the 2020 season: Kyle Van Noy, Kamu Grugier-Hill, Vince Biegel, Elandon Roberts, Raekwon McMillan, and Jerome Baker are virtual locks to make the roster--and that’s already six linebackers before we get to guys like Andrew Van Ginkel and Sam Eguavoen who are cheap and look to earn a spot based on their performance last season and their special teams value.
Our 2019 roster structure looked a lot more like that of the Patriots last year: fewer defensive linemen and more linebackers. We used 3-4 looks more often than we have in years past, and that means that we’re getting edge rushers from the linebackers as well. Signing Kyle Van Noy likely signals that we’ll continue to see plenty of this.
Realistically, of the bottom five guys on the list above, the one most likely to make the roster is probably the one who can be moved around the most successfully. If one of those guys can find productivity flexing between 4-3 DE and 3-4 DE or 4-3 DE and 3-4 OLB and be productive at both positions, then they’ll have a leg up making the roster.
Remaining Free Agency
Although it’s already April and less than two weeks from the NFL Draft, there are still a handful of free agents remaining at what might be considered positions of need. Two of the biggest names are Jadeveon Clowney and Yannick Ngakoue, both of whom are finding their markets to be lower than they initially anticipated (although Ngakoue’s situation is complicated by his tag designation). As detailed above, though, I think it unlikely that we bring in another defensive end--much less one that we can barely afford. Clowney’s asking price has reportedly fallen to the $17-18 million per year range, but that’s still out of our price range at this point.
Trading with the Vikings for Anthony Harris would make more sense than trying to acquire either Clowney and Ngakoue, but even that’s unlikely. Trading for Harris would be cheaper than trading for Ngakoue in terms of both draft assets required and the cost of his new contract, but it’s unlikely we would spend top money on safety after paying Byron Jones. While free safety is arguably the position we stand most to benefit from upgrading on defense, I can’t imagine a scenario where we become suitors for Harris with our current cap commitments at the position. Such a move would likely signal an impending trade of Xavien Howard.
As always, the elephant in the room is the quarterback situation. It remains our biggest position of need headed into the draft, and both Cam Newton and Jameis Winston are available. We don’t need to rehash my thoughts on free agent quarterbacks from my first post in this series, but you can guess where I stand on signing either of them. Hint: don’t.
It should be abundantly clear by now that the Dolphins made their moves early in free agency and we’re unlikely to do much more ahead of the draft. We’re in a comfortable place with our cap space and already carry 78 players on our roster. With fourteen draft picks in our back pocket for later this month, we’re already going to have to drop two players to meet the maximum offseason roster size of 90 players, unless of course we draft fewer than fourteen players because we’re losing some picks to move up. There’s also undrafted free agents who will get signed.
We can safely ignore any discussion about the Dolphins bringing any free agents in other than minimum contract players for the rest of the offseason.

Cap Space

So where does that leave us? Over The Cap calculates the Dolphins as having $23,886,772 in salary cap space remaining. With the roster filled out well past the top 51 contracts that actually count, it’s time to recalculate the effective cap cost of our rookie contracts. OTC lists our total rookie pool cost at $18,096,615. They’re wrong. For whatever reason, they’re missing one of our fourteen picks--number 154--received from Jacksonville via Pittsburgh. Good news? It doesn’t actually change our calculation since it’s value ($690,227) is lower than our cheapest contract in the top 51 on our roster ($750,000), so it costs us effectively nothing for now.
In fact, the bottom eight of our fourteen picks (rounds four and later) are all below the lowest contract on our top 51, so they’re all effectively free in terms of cap commitment. That leaves our top six draft picks displacing six $750,000 contracts at the bottom of our roster, bringing our effective salary cap cost total to $8,946,548. That leaves us with $14,940,224 in salary cap space for 2020. Barring any extensions, expect nearly all of that to roll over into 2021.
Importantly, where does this leave us for 2021? Based on the bump in the new Collective Bargaining Agreement, Over the Cap projects a base salary cap of $215,000,000 in 2021. With our current cap commitments and anticipated rollover, we’re likely to enter the 2021 season with $48,480,196 in available cap space.
That number is much lower than you might be seeing listed elsewhere, because I’ve included the cost of our this year’s draft class not only against this year’s cap (which reduces our amount for rollover as detailed above) but next year’s as well (which comes out to a whopping $23,458,157). Sites like Spotrac and OTC typically won’t price that in until after the draft and the players actually sign, and not without reason. Any trades in the draft can shift this amount pretty substantially, especially if we package one of our firsts to move up. It’s a good working figure at this point, though.
How about the way-too-early look ahead? Aside from the obvious move to cut Albert Wilson this season and save $9.5 million (yes, I’m going to keep banging this drum) or moving on from Julie’n Davenport after drafting tackles ($2,133,000 in savings), there are several players who can become cap casualties in 2021.
Player Cap Hit Cap Savings
Kyle Van Noy $13,900,000 $9,775,000
Xavien Howard $13,500,000 $9,300,000
Emmanuel Ogbah $7,500,000 $7,500,000
Bobby McCain $7,140,400 $5,659,600
Eric Rowe $5,050,000 $4,000,000
Jordan Howard $5,000,000 $5,000,000
Jakeem Grant $4,750,000 $2,950,000
Jesse Davis $4,585,000 $2,585,000
Allen Hurns $3,608,334 $3,175,000
Clayton Fejedelem $2,525,000 $2,525,000
Unless something has gone terribly wrong, many of these names are safe for 2021 (Van Noy and Ogbah top that list). Others might find themselves on the wrong end of a team looking to shift its roster around. If Howard is injured yet again, his contract becomes easy to move on from, especially as we’d still have Byron Jones. I’d bet that one of either McCain or Rowe isn’t with the Dolphins for the 2021 season. Others might find themselves on the right end of a team looking to lock a player down long term. If Ogbah is healthy and shows out all season, he could be in line for an extension that increases his APY moving forward while decreasing his 2021 APY.
In brief, players like McCain, Rowe, Howard, and Davis could all find themselves as cap casualties because they play positions that we are likely to target in this draft to find long-term replacements. Similarly, the logjam at wide receiver could see departures for Grant or Hurns in 2021, freeing up additional cap space.
That cap flexibility--having nearly $50 million in available cap space already and the ability to free up even more--is impressive considering our spending spree in the past few weeks. It’s also doubly important because 2021’s free agent includes several players likely to play starting or key depth roles in 2020 who will be free agents in 2021 including Kamu Grugier-Hill, Ted Karras, Vince Biegel, Matt Haack, Elandon Roberts, Raekwon McMillan, and Davon Godchaux. Players set to hit free agency in 2022 who might be up for extensions at the same time include Emmanuel Ogbah, Mike Gesicki, and Jerome Baker.
We’re unlikely to be active in 2021 free agency the way we were this year, but we have the cap health to re-sign who we wish from our own players without mortgaging our future. We entered the 2020 free agency season with an enormous amount of cap space and managed to spend aggressively (more money in new contracts than any other NFL team) without putting ourselves into a cap crunch for the future.

Positional Spending

I didn’t expect to sign Byron Jones mostly because I never thought that we would be paying two of the three highest-paid cornerbacks in the league on the same team. It’s obviously a move we can afford (as detailed above), but I’m not used to the secondary being a position in which we’ve aggressively invested resources. I wanted to take a closer look at how we’re spending our cap space by position groups by active cap spending (a total of $173,655,544 at time of writing). Let’s break it down.
Offense
. QB OL RB WR TE
Cap Charge $10,919,796 $21,564,640 $7,222,295 $26,521,667 $2,711,310
Percentage 6.29% 12.42% 4.16% 15.27% 1.56%
Defense and Special Teams
. DL LB DB ST
Cap Charge $27,358,247 $26,284,817 $47,416,972 $3,655,800
Percentage 15.75% 15.14% 27.31% 2.11%
These numbers will fluctuate significantly by the time we wittle the roster down to the final 55, but even now it’s apparent how this front office plans to build this team. A total of 58.2% of our active cap spending is going to defense. Consider also that the Dolphins are carrying an additional $18,177,506 in dead cap for defensive players while only carrying a tenth of that ($1,862,740) in dead cap for offensive players.
Expect quarterback, running back, offensive line to see the largest increases to this figure after the draft. Barring something unexpected, we’ll be drafting a quarterback at fifth overall (or higher), and with multiple openings on the offensive line, it’s possible (likely?) that we draft two offensive linemen in our first five selections. There’s a gaping hole at running back as well. Those high draft selections will be enough to move the needle in a significant way.
The number that jumps to the most immediate attention, of course, is our spending on defensive backs at nearly $50 million in total cap commitments for a total of $27.31% of active cap spending. This may be our new normal for a while. In the past three seasons, the Patriots have allocated 23.61%, 21.63%, and 23.62% of their total cap spending to the secondary. They’ve also done that while spending much more heavily on quarterback even with Brady on “bargain” deals. I wouldn’t be surprised to see this number go up in the short term either, as I think it’s likely we target a safety in the first or second rounds this year.
We’ve allocated more of our resources to the defensive line and linebacker positions than the Patriots have the past few years, but not by much. Our spending in both groups is boosted dramatically by our new free agents at the positions (Ogbah, Van Noy, and Lawson) and has been fueled by our absolutely dire pass rush situation.
Due to Fizpatrick’s contract, 2020 is likely to be our most expensive year at the quarterback position until 2024 when whatever rookie we draft could be retained on the fifth year option. The defensive secondary cost will likely come down in the near future as I think it’s unlikely Bobby McCain and Eric Rowe play out their current contracts, but in general we’re probably looking at splits roughly along these lines over the next few seasons.

2020 Free Agency Signings

Having looked at the money, let’s examine what that money bought us. Obviously this section is very subjective. As I’m sure many of you have noticed in plenty of other discussions on this subreddit, I’m positive on our signings as a whole. I try to be optimistic about the moves we make because grousing about them isn’t much fun.
Clayton Fejedelem: Three Years, $8,550,000, $3,000,000 Guaranteed
It always makes me uncomfortable when a new coach tries too hard to be the head coach he learned under. This has especially proved a concern for Belichick disciples who often try to jump right into being a hard ass without having earned the respect. Fortunately, that does not appear to be too much of a concern with Flores so far.
I bring up coaches mimicking their mentors here because even though Fejedelem wasn’t a Patriot, this signing reeks of the type of player that Belichick covets. Fejedelem checks so many boxes. He provides much-needed depth at a positional weakness from last season, he’s been a core special teams guy for the Bengals, and he’s a former team captain.
He costs under three million per year to bring depth at a position our front office clearly values, provides good special teams value, and he should fit with the type of team culture Flores is building. All of his guaranteed money is in 2020, and his contract is front-loaded as well. It’s a rock solid deal for someone who figures to be a solid player for us both on the field and in the locker room.
Ereck Flowers: Three Years, $30,000,000, $19,950,000 Guaranteed
I wish I had as much optimism about Flowers as I did about Fejedelem, but I’m less comfortable with this contract. It clearly fills a position of need, as we badly needed to improve our offensive line. In my Building the Offense entry in this series, I referred to Flowers as a competent guy who wouldn’t break the bank. I stand by the assertion he’s an improvement over any of the guards currently on our roster, but the $10 million per year number is a little higher than I expected.
While I understand that offensive line talent is increasingly at a premium, making Ereck Flowers the 14th-highest paid guard in the NFL after only one good season at the position in Washington is not without risk, especially with nearly two thirds of his contract fully guaranteed. What hurts more is that for $14 million per year, the Browns landed Jack Conklin--probably my top offensive line target in free agency--and the Chargers signed Bryan Bulaga--the Conklin consolation prize--for only $6.75 million per year. I would have preferred either of those to Flowers.
That said, it’s only fair to acknowledge that Flowers quickly became one of the top guards in a thinning market when both Brandon Scherff and Joe Thuney were tagged. Graham Glasgow, a similar prospect converted from center to guard, went for $11 million APY and Andrus Peat coming off of two poor seasons signed at $11.5 million APY. There’s an argument to be made that the guard market has just really closed the gap on tackles and Flowers got market rate.
This move, and the lack of a tackle signed in free agency, signals that our front office is confident that we can either successfully address both left and right tackle in the draft this year or that Jesse Davis can be a long-term solution at right guard. This shouldn’t be too surprising given Davis’s contract extension, but I’m not 100% on board with it.
If we’ve overpaid for Flowers’s services as I suspect, at least it’s only a three-year deal and we can move on with only $1 million in dead cap ahead of the 2022 season. Optimistically, Flowers continues to play up to his 2019 standard at guard and proves himself worthy of the contract as he comes home to Miami.
Kamu Grugier-Hill: One Year, $3,000,000, $2,000,000 Guaranteed
Although this signing is likely to draw comparisons to Fejedelem for very transparent reasons (they’re both defensive depth who figure as core special teams contributors who were team captains for their previous team), Grugier-Hill carries greater risk. Fortunately, this is reflected in his short-term deal. His 2019 season ended early due to a lower lumbar disc herniation and also missed time for other injuries.
If healthy, though, he brings a lot of the same mojo to the team as Fejedelem, with the added benefit of being one of several new Dolphins to bring championship experience to the team. As with Fejedelem, Grugier-Hill is the kind of guy who checks a lot of boxes: he’s cheap, he provides key depth and special teams value, he’s familiar with our defensive system, and he figures to be an immediate leader in a very young locker room.
Jordan Howard: Two Years, $9,750,000, $4,750,000 Guaranteed
Shocking nobody, I’m not high on signing Jordan Howard. Mostly because I’m not high on spending money on running backs in general, and paying a running back coming off an injury-shortened season makes me more nervous than at most positions. The Dolphins had the worst rushing attack in the NFL in 2019, though, and before his injury this year, Howard was on track again for a solid season in line for previous years. He’s a big bodied back who figures to split the load with the rookie we inevitably draft.
As a personal consolation, I can remind myself that none of his 2021 salary is guaranteed., so it’s essentially a one-year, prove-it deal.
Byron Jones: Five Years, $82,500,000, $46,000,000 Guaranteed
In my offseason entry on Building the Defense I wrote, “Frankly, Jones and Howard likely immediately becomes the best corner tandem in the NFL for the next couple seasons, and we’ve all seen how you can build a defense from the secondary with a rookie quarterback and find a lot of success. That said, I don’t know that our front office could swallow objections to paying what would likely be $30 million APY between two corners.”
I badly misjudged our front office’s priorities. While I said that if we did decide to address cornerback in free agency, it would be Byron Jones or bust, I didn’t take the possibility seriously. Some will have concerns that Jones doesn’t get enough interceptions to be made a top-paid defensive back in the NFL, but I take the same opinion towards interceptions as I do to sacks--they’re the gaudy number that get the attention and they’re obviously impactful, but they’re the rare high points that don’t speak to a player’s actual impact on a per-snap basis.
Byron Jones finished fourth in coverage snaps per reception last year (17.9), tied for second in coverage snaps per target (10.1), and fourth in yards per coverage snap (0.62). Opposite a ball hawk like Xavien Howard, it figures that Jones might see more targets and more opportunities for interceptions himself. As discussed above, building a defense from the back forward is a clear priority of this team. It might not have been the strategy I’d have embraced, but I get it, and it’s hard not to be excited about the potential of our new cornerback tandem.
Most importantly, we’re not committed beyond the 2020 season to huge spending at cornerback. Byron Jones’s contract makes him a lock for the roster through the 2022 season (age 30), but Xavien Howard has an out next year. If Howard proves once again to be unable to remain healthy, we can move on from him and still have one of the top corners in the league in 2021 on the roster.
Ted Karras: One Year, $4,000,000, $4,000,000 Guaranteed
This is not-so-low-key one of my favorite signings. I didn’t give Karras much of a look in my previous entry evaluating offensive free agent targets, and I’m honestly not sure how he slipped through the cracks. Karras acquitted himself well as a back-up at both center and guard and stepped up as New England’s starting center in 2019. He had a rough stretch in the middle of the season, but from week 12 onward through the wildcard round, Karras didn’t allow a single pressure.
Karras’s contract is a one-year, prove-it deal that gives us flexibility to play him at guard or center depending on who we pick up in the draft. A starting offensive lineman at $4,000,000 is good value no matter how you slice it, and Karras has upside to be a long-term solution whereas Kilgore was clearly a stopgap. It’s a lateral move in terms of cap cost, but an upgrade on the offensive line. While it doesn’t solve our biggest problem on the line (tackle), it helps.
Shaq Lawson, Three Years, $30,000,000, $21,000,000 Guaranteed
Lawson’s a decent candidate for the kind of player we might offer a more modest, short-term contract and see if he can improve with a change of scenery. If we strike out on bigger names in free agency, picking up Lawson and maybe another cheaper guy on the list to round out or defensive end depth alongside another edge rusher with one of our first five picks in the draft isn’t the worst strategy.
At least I’m not always wrong. In my assessment of the options to improve our edge rush, I expected that many impending free agents would not actually make it to free agency. Shaquil Barrett, Bud Dupree, and Matt Judon never hit the market. Yannick Ngakoue and Leonard Williams were franchise-tagged. Even the 49ers made moves to keep Arik Armstead.
Instead of paying bigger money to try and sign Jadeveon Clowney or Dante Fowler Jr., we went the cheaper route to bring on both Lawson and Ogbah. The combined cost of both of them is only marginally more than the tag amount for Ngakoue and Williams and less than Clowney was initially seeking.
Lawson’s deal comes in at 18th among 4-3 Defensive Ends. It’s very high on guarantees as a percentage of the contract, but it’s essentially a two-year deal with only $1,333,334 in dead money in 2022 if we decide to move on. Lawson’s deal also includes additional incentives for sacks and team achievements, and I can’t be mad about incentives on a deal. If the player meets them, we obviously can’t say they didn’t earn it.
A staple of Belichick defenses has been to rely on the scheme to generate pressure. Our strategy is looking similar. Our defense is prioritizing lockdown coverage rather than relying on individual pass rushing performance to get to the quarterback. Hopefully Lawson is able to take advantage. If not, it’s a two-year investment at a relatively modest amount for the position that we can move on from without major consequence. If nothing else, he’s almost certainly an upgrade over anything we already had.
Kyle Van Noy, Four Years, $51,000,000, $15,000,000 Guaranteed
Despite the gaudy numbers on the contract, Van Noy’s deal is structured extremely favorably to the Dolphins. His full guarantees include only $5.5 million in signing bonus, $6.5 million in 2020 roster bonus, and $3 million in 2020 base salary. Because his 2021 and 2022 base salaries become fully guaranteed on the fifth day of each league year, that means that if he flames out we can move on with minimal dead money. Any time you can walk away from a four-year deal in year two with only $4,125,000 in dead cap and $9,775,000 in cap savings should be considered a major coup.
With how often I’ve mentioned the Patriots defensive scheme, the fit for Van Noy in Miami is braindead obvious. He brings flexibility that few of our current linebackers and none of our defensive ends have. He’s solid in run defense, as a pass rusher, and even dropping back into coverage. We have guys who can do one or two of those things very well, but none right now who are above average (and consistent) across the board.
Van Noy is expensive for his position and he’s on the older side of the free agents we’ve signed (having just turned 29 shortly after signing), but he should be expected to be a key piece for our defensive scheme with the flexibility he brings to the table. Last year, I thought that Trey Flowers would be a good fit for us given the Patriots. Instead, he rejoined Matt Patricia up north and had a really solid year (seven sacks, fourteen hits, and 41 hurries alongside 33 defensive stops). I’m optimistic that Van Noy can have a similarly smooth transition to working under Flores in Miami.
Emmanuel Ogbah, Two Years, $15,000,000, $7,500,000 Guaranteed
There’s not a lot to be said about Ogbah’s deal that hasn’t already been said about Lawson, except that it’s even less of a financial commitment. Coming off of a career-best, but injury-shortened season, we’re betting on Ogbah to take the next step. The contract is very favorable to the Dolphins: it’s 26th among 4-3 Defensive Ends in terms of APY and has no guaranteed money in year two. As a result, it’s essentially a one year prove-it deal.
If Ogbah plays to his potential and is able to pick up where he left off before injury with the Chiefs, he’s likely to see an extension next year that will keep him with the team long term. If not, we move on no worse for the wear. If he’s a middle-of-the-road kind of guy as he has been for much of his career? Well, $7.5 million isn’t a whole lot for a defensive end who we can still use in rotation.
Signing both Ogbah and Lawson takes immense pressure off of the front office to draft a defensive end high. Considering that we signed Van Noy at linebacker, who figures to have a significant role on passing downs as well, I’d argue that we may not draft a defensive end in the first few rounds at all. Again, more on that later.
Elandon Roberts, One Year, $2,000,000, $1,000,000 Guaranteed
The Patriots were hard up against the cap this year after tagging Thuney, and Roberts was a free agency casualty as a result. This isn’t a big contract, but it’s a good one. Tell me if you’ve heard this one before: he’s a defensive depth player who was a team captain who sees most of his impact on special teams and brings championship experience to our young roster.
Roberts saw a decreased workload at linebacker (where he saw a majority of his snaps as a run defender and in coverage) in 2019 because of his increased role on special teams, but he also saw work as a fullback (and even caught a touchdown against us in the final game of the regular season).
It’s pretty clear that Flores has a type.

Remaining Needs

Our most dire needs are obvious. We don’t have a long-term answer at quarterback. Aside from a gaping hole at left tackle, we could also stand to upgrade at right guard, right tackle, or even center depending on where we play Karras and Davis. After signing Jordan Howard, running back remains a priority as our depth at the position among the worst in the league. We only have two tight ends in the top 51 contracts on this team, and fans and the team alike really only have expectations for Gesicki.
It stands to reason based on positional spending alone that our biggest holes are on offense, but that doesn’t mean we can’t stand to improve on defense as well. If I had to rank needs?
Quarterback Offensive Tackle Guard or Center Free Safety Running Back Nose Tackle Tight End Linebacker
I expect that the most controversial part of this list will be the lack of defensive end. As I’ve suggested above, I don’t think we should be targeting the position as a priority following the signing of Ogbah and Lawson unless someone falls.
Both Ogbah and Lawson have excelled primarily as ends in 4-3 fronts, so expect that’s how we’ll use them most of the time. Ogbah has (at least to my knowledge) not seen much use as an outside linebacker in 4-3 looks and Lawson struggled with it early in his career in Buffalo. So while a pure 4-3 defensive end isn’t high on our list of needs, that doesn’t mean we won’t ignore pass rush entirely.
Van Noy figures to take snaps at one of our outside linebacker spots, exactly where he saw almost all of his snaps with the Patriots. Baker saw time both at the weak side and middle linebacker positions in 2019, and depending on our defensive front will likely continue that trend. These two are the only guys I see on our roster right now who figure as three-down backers unless McMillan makes a big step forward in coverage.
We also have a lot of depth at linebacker: Biegel saw a lot of snaps at outside linebacker last year and he’s returning; in the last two games Van Ginkel saw the majority of the games’ snaps at outside linebacker as well; McMillan and Eguavoen made up the majority of the rest of our snaps at middle linebacker. Except maybe Eguavoen, whose roster spot is the most tenuous of the group, these players all should expect to see continued rotational use.
There’s definitely a scenario where we look to improve our linebackers, and if there’s a guy who can be a three-down type of guy at middle linebacker or someone who flexes really outside in 4-3 and 3-4 looks, I could see us pulling the trigger in the right circumstances. Ultimately, though, I have both nose tackle and free safety listed higher on our list of needs because those are the positions where a major upgrade will bring us the biggest improvement.
For example, John Jenkins played the majority of our snaps at nose tackle in 2019 with Godchaux contributing some snaps there as well. We haven’t brought Jenkins back, and Godchaux’s probably better used at DE in 3-4 looks. Someone who can play rotationally at nose tackle would be a big boon for this defense, and fills a position where we really have no go-to guy. More importantly, that type of rotational player can be had outside of the first round entirely.
I don’t think many people would disagree about listed free safety as one of our top defensive needs. Bobby McCain is coming off of an injury shortened season. Before he was injured, he was having a rough transition to free safety. He got abused in coverage in five of his nine games played in 2019, allowing passer ratings of 139.6, 144.6, 104.2, 118.8, and 158.3.
At the time he signed his current contract, McCain was made the highest-paid slot corner in the NFL and he’s barely played the position since then. Not only would drafting a free safety likely improve upon McCain’s mediocre performance at the position last year, it would allow McCain to return to the position that earned him his contract. Given that the nickel defense is essentially the base defense these days, improving both free safety and nickel corner with one draft pick could improve our defense significantly.
The other needs listed above barely require commenting. Quarterback and offensive line lead our needs by a country mile, and both will almost certainly be addressed early. We need better running back talent to improve on our league-worst rushing in 2019. It’s not a question of if we will draft a running back, but rather when.
Many pundits and fans expect we’ll address the position in the first or second round. Much like my position on drafting a quarterback, I’ve talked to death (even by my standards) about how I feel about drafting running backs in the first round. Some will note the value of using the 26th pick to secure a fifth year option, but I’m not convinced. That fifth year option is just as valuable or more valuable at another position.
Moreover, when was the last time the Dolphins re-signed a running back? Not just a rookie--any running back? Frank Gore, Kenyan Drake, Jay Ajayi, Damien Williams, Lamar Miller, and Reggie Bush were all productive backs in the past decade who we let walk or actively traded away. You have to go all the way back to Ronnie Brown and Ricky Wiliams to find backs who received offers after their initial contracts with the Dolphins, and in both their cases we only gave them another year. Sure, this is a different front office, but that’s a trend that’s been true of this team through multiple front offices, and I’ve seen no indication that it’s likely to change.
Like with linebacker, I see tight end as a position where our depth could improve and wouldn’t be surprised to see us take a flyer late or jump on somebody we like in the middle rounds, but I don’t expect it to be a priority.
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2020.04.07 11:24 orchidding Jonah Magnus Timeline

Some new information about Jonah's life came to light in MAG 161, and it inspired me to compile a timeline of what we know about him. Here is it in all its incomplete glory!
Unknown Date of Birth
1815, Spring. Visits Albrecht von Closen to talk about his interest in the esoteric. (MAG EDIT: 23)
  1. Robert Smirke begins work on the Millbank Prison, presumably with help from Jonah.
  2. Jonah founds the Magnus Institute. (MAG 1 and 23)
  3. Millbank prison is completed. (MAG 41).
1824, April. Barnabus Bennett asks Jonah for help escaping what is presumably the Lonely. Jonah does not intervene and watches Bennett suffer. (MAG 92)
Note: at some point, Jonah picks up Bennett’s bones, and they are still in his office in the Institute.
  1. Jonah sends Doctor Jonathan Fanshawe to see Albrecht Von Closen, who has developed a strange and serious illness. Receives a letter from Dr. Fanshawe blaming him for Von Closen’s death and asking that they never speak again. (MAG 127).
1867, February. Receives a letter from Robert Smirke begging him not to wear the Watcher’s Crown. (MAG 138).
Note: Robert Smirke dies the same day that he wrote the letter to Jonah. It is unclear if Jonah used his powers to kill Smirke (MAG 138).
  1. Millbank prison is demolished. (MAG 41).
Note: Jonah’s original body is in the panopticon in the remains of Millbank prison, underneath the Institute (MAG 158). EDIT: We don't know for sure when he put his body there.
1965 (Roughly). Gertrude starts work at the Magnus Institute and meets Jonah in the body of James Wright (MAG 158).
Note: Since Gertrude says she knew Jonah as one other host besides Elias in MAG 161, it’s safe to assume Jonah had already taken over Wright before Gertrude joined the Institute. This means he became a full avatar and gained body-hopping abilities somewhere between 1867 and 1965, assuming he wasn’t already a full avatar when he received Smirke’s letter. If he killed Smirke via Eye powers, he was an avatar already, but I can’t find convincing evidence one way or the other in MAG 138.
  1. OG!Elias is employed at the Institute. This is contradicted by MAG 49 later, so it’s unclear if it is accurate information. (MAG 29).
  2. Jonah!James Wright takes over as head of the Magnus Institute. (MAG 49)
Note: It's possible Jonah did not possess James Wright until this year since this is the year Wright starts heading the Institute.
  1. OG!Elias joins the Magnus Institute (MAG 49). Again, unclear which date is correct.
  2. Jonah Magnus moves host bodies. He leaves the body of James Wright and enters the body of Elias Buchard by gouging out his eyes and replacing them with his own. Jonah!Elias (J!Elias from here on) then takes over the Institute. James Wright “dies” (read: Jonah abandons his body) (MAG 49).
2015, March 20th. J!Elias foils Gertrude’s plan to destroy the archives and kills her. (MAG 158).
2018, September. Reveals himself to Martin as Jonah Magnus. Foils Peter Lukas’ plan to kill his original body, which would have destroyed him. (MAG 158).
2018, October. Launches the final phase of his plan to complete his version of the Watcher’s Crown, using the Archivist as a conduit. Gloats excessively. (MAG 160).
Note: I am assuming that James Wright and Elias Bouchard died when they were possessed. This was never explicitly confirmed, but people usually don’t survive horror-possession in this canon.
Note: Chuckling a bit at the fact that Jonah has to pick host bodies with similar eye colors.
And that’s everything I could find with a few hours of digging. HUGE shoutout to the Wiki and official transcripts for making my life so much easier! I want to reformat this so it’s easier to read, but I want to make sure I didn’t miss anything. If you feel like it, give it a read through and let me know if I missed/misinterpreted anything.
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  1. Sammy Quinn Lyrical Dance Sample
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