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20 November 2014 - 07:15 AM
Anyone use these?
I like chilled drinks just don't want to dilute..
19 November 2014 - 06:15 AM
Or do you leave it at a set temperature 24/7
30 September 2014 - 07:43 AM
24 September 2014 - 07:28 AM
Found this online and thought id share.
The charts you see show the Best defense (bottom) compared to the worst (top). Per the season of average for that particular position.
If a team shows -XXXX then you could expect your WR to perform -XXXX than average against that particular defense.
22 September 2014 - 10:16 AM
Didn't see another thread.. thought id share
RB: Fred Jackson - 64%; C.J. Spiller - 36%
WR: Sammy Watkins - 100%; Robert Woods - 93%; Mike Williams - 60%
The split between Jackson and Spiller was bigger than ever in Week 3.
RB: Donald Brown - 89%; Branden Oliver - 9%
TE: Antonio Gates - 64%; Ladarius Green - 32%
WR: Keenan Allen - 98%; Malcom Floyd - 89%; Eddie Royal -73%
Brown got a touch on 36 of the team's 63 offensive plays.
RB: Bishop Sankey - 42%; Dexter McCluster - 26%; Shonn Greene - 20%
WR: Nate Washington - 88%; Justin Hunter - 83%; Kendall Wright - 78%
Sankey had played just 10.9 percent of the team's offensive snaps prior.
RB: Giovani Bernard - 64%; Jeremy Hill - 25%
WR: A.J. Green - 75%; Mohamed Sanu - 77%; Brandon Tate - 51%
Green's snap count will rise as his foot gets healthy.
RB: Justin Forsett - 54%; Lorenzo Taliaferro - 46%
TE: Owen Daniels - 87%
WR: Torrey Smith - 72%; Steve Smith 60%
The return of Bernard Pierce will further complicate the backfield split.
RB: Terrance West - 50%; Isaiah Crowell - 47%
TE: Jordan Cameron - 85%
WR: Miles Austin - 73%; Andrew Hawkins - 70%; Taylor Gabriel - 58%
Cameron showed the shoulder injury was behind him Sunday.
RB: Eddie Lacy - 45%; James Starks - 36%
TE: Andrew Quarless - 60%; Richard Rodgers - 21%
Lacy had played 64.7 percent of the team's snaps prior to Sunday.
RB: Reggie Bush - 49%; Joique Bell - 48%
TE: Brandon Pettigrew - 65%; Joseph Fauria - 33%; Eric Ebron - 31%
Lions running game found success with Bush taking on bigger role.
RB: Trent Richardson - 51%; Ahmad Bradshaw - 34%
WR: Reggie Wayne - 73%; Hakeem Nicks - 49%; T.Y. Hilton - 46%
TE: Dwayne Allen - 77%; Coby Fleener - 68%; Jack Doyle - 36%
Richardson's improvement has not gone unrewarded.
RB: Toby Gerhart - 50%; Denard Robinson - 33%; Jordan Todman - 22%
WR: Cecil Shorts - 100%; Allen Hurns - 87%; Allen Robinson - 70%
The ineffective Gerhart gave way to Robinson, who logged a career-high eight rush attempts.
RB: Darren McFadden - 95%
WR: James Jones - 70%; Denarius Moore - 64%; Rod Streater - 33%; Vincent Brown - 7%
Injuries forced McFadden to carry the load, but he failed to impress.
RB: Stevan Ridley - 57%; Shane Vereen - 37%
WR: Julian Edelman - 93%; Brandon LaFell - 57%; Kenbrell Thompkins - 48%
TE: Michael Hoomanawanui - 64%; Rob Gronkowski - 59%
Gronkowski continues to be worked back slowly, while Vereen's shoulder limited his usage.
WR: Cordarrelle Patterson - 89%; Greg Jennings - 84%; Jarius Wright - 41%
RB: Matt Asiata - 71%; Jerick McKinnon - 29%
Asiata was the workhorse, but he continues to do little to stand out.
RB: Pierre Thomas - 49%; Khiry Robinson - 41%
WR: Brandin Cooks - 70%; Marques Colston - 63%; Kenny Stills - 59%; Robert Meachem - 32%
Robinson took a huge -- and expected -- step forward following Mark Ingram's injury.
WR: Andre Johnson - 98%; DeAndre Hopkins - 98%
RB: Alfred Blue - 51% - Jonathan Grimes - 40%
Blue still split carries in his first start. Arian Foster could be back next week.
WR: Victor Cruz - 97%; Rueben Randle - 87%; Preston Parker - 61%
RB: Rashad Jennings - 76%; Andre Williams - 23%
TE: Larry Donnell - 80%; Daniel Fells - 44%
Williams' role has steadily declined each week.
RB: Alfred Morris - 65%; Roy Helu - 32%
WR: Pierre Garcon - 79%; DeSean Jackson - 76%; Andre Roberts - 59%
TE: Niles Paul - 85%; Logan Paulsen - 59%
Paul continues to see a big role in Jordan Reed's absence.
RB: LeSean McCoy - 74%; Darren Sproles - 29%
WR: Jeremy Maclin - 93%; Riley Cooper - 92%; Jordan Matthews - 63%
TE: Brent Celek - 63%; Zach Ertz - 52%
Sproles' role surprisingly shrunk in a shootout.
RB: DeMarco Murray - 79%; Lance Dunbar - 11%
TE: Jason Witten - 100%
WR: Dez Bryant - 86%; Terrance Williams - 82%; Cole Beasley - 43%
Fumbles are the only thing that can slow Murray.
RB: Benny Cunningham - 45%; Zac Stacy - 45%
WR: Brian Quick - 80%; Kenny Britt - 61%; Austin Pettis - 43%
TE: Jared Cook - 78%; Lance Kendricks - 67%
Stacy has been below 50 percent in two out of three games.
RB: Frank Gore - 50%; Carlos Hyde - 27%
WR: Anquan Boldin - 97%; Michael Crabtree - 89%; Brandon Lloyd - 67%; Steve Johnson - 59%
TE: Derek Carrier - 53%
Gore did not seem pleased about his role after the game.
RB: Andre Ellington - 73%; Stepfan Taylor - 21%
WR: Larry Fitzgerald - 93%; Michael Floyd - 91%; John Brown - 52%
Brown found the end zone again, but is still looking for a consistent role.
RB: Knile Davis - 74%; Joe McKnight - 21%
TE: Anthony Fasano - 100%; Travis Kelce - 65%
WR: Dwayne Bowe - 76%; Donnie Avery - 57%; Junior Hemingway - 38%
Davis filled in admirably in Jamaal Charles' absence.
RB: Lamar Miller - 77%; Daniel Thomas - 20%
WR: Brian Hartline - 91%; Mike Wallace - 80%; Brandon Gibson - 59%; Jarvins Landry -46%
TE: Charles Clay - 80%
Miller will be the guy until Knowshon Moreno can return.
RB: Monte Ball - 75%; Ronnie Hillman - 19%
WR: Emmanuel Sanders - 99%; Demaryius Thomas - 97%; Wes Welker - 65%
TE: Julius Thomas - 97%; Jacob Tamme - 22%
Welker slid right into his role from last season, when he played 65 percent of the snaps.
RB: Marshawn Lynch - 73%; Robert Turbin - 18%
WR: Doug Baldwin - 87%; Jermaine Kearse - 81%; Percy Harvin - 67%
TE: Zach Miller - 91%; Luke Willson - 24%
Harvin was targeted on 17.3 percent of his snaps.
RB: Le'Veon Bell - 73%; LeGarrette Blount - 26%
WR: Antonio Brown - 91%; Markus Wheaton - 61%; Justin Brown - 59%
A vintage Blount performance, he carved up a weakened defense late.
RB: Jonathan Stewart - 42%; Mike Tolbert - 58%
WR: Kelvin Benjamin - 89%; Philly Brown - 84%; Jason Avant - 42%
Injuries have badly thinned out the backfield.
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