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Grown-Up Titans: The Game
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On Saturday, ticket sales from the Hobart-RPI game were donated to the Honor Flight program, and student-athletes helped to collect more donations from fans. Representatives of Honor Flight Rochester as well as WWII veterans were honored guests at the pregame ceremonies.
The Chiefs responded in a big way. This is supposed to be a young team just winning on enthusiasm and blind faith. You don't win an important game 27-13 with so much at stake in the house of another team even more desperate for a win by being too young to know better.
It's not just Cassel who wants it though. In the phone conversation I had with Charles, who just signed to a five-year, $32.5-million extension, he said how important these final two games are, and, like Johnson, cited Cassel as proof.
As hot as the Chargers have been (they've won six of their past seven games), the Chiefs have won four of their last five, so if they've felt the heat, they haven't come unglued except for the 31-0 white-washing they suffered to the Chargers on Dec. 12.
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SM:** It's contributed a lot, especially when you have a defense that is not committing turnovers, playing good deep position for us. Look at last week; we didn't have to go the distance but one place during the whole course of the game. We only had forty snaps, so those guys, even though the offense is sustaining a long drive, they are only getting three or no points out of it. With that being said, those guys are playing well, they are committing turnovers and also scoring on defense, and that helps on offense.
**Q: It seems like almost yesterday you were drafted number one. It's been nine years now. Right now it seems you are about on stride as well as you have ever been in the first four games of the season. Seventy percent passes, eight touchdowns and one interception. Do you feel like you are really in the groove?
**Q: I'm sure that everybody in the NFL plays with a few bumps and bruises, but it seems like you're always nursing some type of injury yet you always play. When was the last time you went into a game at 100 percent healthy?
SM:** Well actually the first game was the first in the last six years when I went in healthy. Unfortunately I got a little nick there, but that was the first time I had been healthy in about six years. But this is a physical game. You have to play this game with a lot of emotion and a lot of intensity. I'm a competitor, so I do whatever it takes to win, if it takes getting that extra yard. I'm a physical quarterback that goes out there and gets hit. When you do that through the course of a couple of weeks you tend to have nicks and bruises. It's just to me, if I have the mental aspect of the game to play with it.
**Q: Your game plan last year was very effective against the Patriots. You really beat them up, that was one of the games there that they really couldn't keep up with their opponent. Is that the way you viewed it? And how do you view it this year, what the potential would be?
SM:** We've just got to stick with our game plan. We've got to have the balanced attack offensively, passing and rushing. I think we just need to get both of them started early and keep on pounding them as the game goes on. I don't think the game plan from last year will tremendously change. We had a good game plan last year and it worked and hopefully it will work this year.
SM:** It helps me a lot, because every body has to account for Eddie. When you have guys that are trying to stack up their D-line and strangle with eight or nine guys in the box, you can explore different aspects of the passing game. I think people respect the running game regardless of how well it's going; he's opened up a lot of things in the passing games. With the young receivers we've got now, it's helping us mature and do good in the passing game. If guys want to stack up in the box, we'll pass it. If they don't, we'll run it. It's two against one at that point.
The National Football League (NFL) today announced there will be two 2023 International Games in Germany next season. The Kansas City Chiefs and the New England Patriots will make their debuts in Germany as designated teams, following the inaugural international game in Munich in 2022.
Staszewski: St. Francis Prep has been walking a fine line between victory and defeat the last few weeks. It needed a Casey Beaudoin rushing touchdown with 1:00 left in the game to beat Cardinal Spellman and reach the final. Ford on the other hand seems to be improving and gave St. Francis Prep all it could handle in a 21-12 loss to end the regular season. Something tells me this is the game the Terriers luck runs out. Devon Mitchell ran like a man possessed against Christ the King and sophomores Dante Aiken and Rodney Gonzalez are coming into their own. This is their coming out party. Pick: Bishop Ford
...without going crazy. Let's just use what we've got to promote people blowing each other up. Because if people blow each other up they need to build more things, and to build more things they have to go and get things. It fuels the entire game. So, WAR!
It's also worth noting that in public channels The Mittani has referred to the CSM as a "metagame", and that following a drunken misstep at an Alliance panel at the last EVE fanfest, he's since resigned.]
SV: A lot of the communities do inherently. I mean, that's part of being a global game with one server. You play at a certain time, and you have people who have the same play time and cultural heritage, and stuff. So a lot of corporations do have some sphere of operation as to where they are in the world. And I think that's alright?
In terms of EVE, I don't think our ambitions have been tempered. I think what we've done is we've grown up a lot, and gotten better at recognising what we can do in any period of time. We've learned that we must make other things in addition to this spaceship game, rather than instead of, which I think is where we went in 2011.
We were essentially building an entirely new game, and I think we forgot where the core of our spirit was. Does it mean we don't want to do groundbreaking new things? No, absolutely not. We just have to make sure we're not doing it at the expense of our supporters.
RPS: Is it frustrating to want to build this universe laterally rather than vertically, with Dust and Incarna [player avatars], but to be held back because your community pay for a game about talking spaceships?
JL: If we kind of take a step back, there's a really good way to look at this, which is that we're bringing Dust out on the same cluster, and that's going to be a massive, massive thing. So, it's within the same universe, and we've expanded what you can do in /EVE/, by expanding onto a console as a first person shooter. And what's to say those same gamers won't be running around, taking over spaceships or stations one day, way down the track?
What we've done with Dust is create completely new gameplay by creating a completely new project team in a completely new location. What we did with Incarna was try and create completely new gameplay by taking people off the core team.
It's absolutely possible to expand this, and present new views on the universe. We just can't forget that we've got this new game over here and it's really, really good, so how about we don't forget about that?
JL: No, it's part of Eve. Eve will be 10 years old next year, and we might think of it as just this spaceship game, but it's a world. What that means is that we can't release Dust and then just forget about it. It becomes part of the Eve world, forever. A brand-new entry point into the universe.
SV: I think EVE gets better and better as well. I think EVE in 2012 is a better game than it was in 2003, or 2011. There's a lot we've re-done so it's in better shape, a lot of features we've iterated on, and of course we've expanded a lot, but... some of it is just a better game. And I see no reason why we shouldn't be a bigger, better game next year.
But we are broadening the appeal of that world with Dust. I think one of the things we've got to be really careful of is that we must find ways to introduce a slightly broader group of people into the game, because our world thrives because of the people in it working with each other or against each other. 041b061a72