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OOC Boards / Re: Messages from the Mod
« on: September 21, 2018, 06:32:57 PM »
If I have the 500K then yes

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: September 20, 2018, 11:33:01 PM »
All fair points. Do me one favor, please do not vacation in vacation isle. I really you want you back in one piece coach....

all jokes aside, I want to thank you for sticking with me through all the early season drama. Getting this team ready and fired up for every game. Thank you and the rest of the coaching staff. Now let's go and end this season on a high note.

Same as last week.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: September 20, 2018, 10:38:12 PM »
Coach, before we go into the off season I would like to ask you a few things so once it gets here I can let you vacation in peace.

First, I'm not gonna ask for your top 3 things I should focus on. I'm not gonna ask you most important in some list or even any particular player you might be interested in. I just want one, I want to know what position was are biggest weakness?

Second, Do you think Mazza has what it takes to take us to the next level?

finally, With 3 first round picks, do you think this draft class is deep enough to really utilize those picks.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: September 20, 2018, 12:14:15 PM »
Talk about this weeks performance from your team.
I heard a lot people talking how alike both teams were and when you look at the stat sheet I think both teams did pretty well. They are obviously ending the year the way I hope would, on a high note. On the plus side, we didn't give up any sacks, we rushed the ball extremely well. We got three of our guys in the end zone through the air. So why didn't we win, costly turn overs at inopportune times and not converting on third downs. To score with no time on the clock was great testament to this teams resolve but once again we came up a bit short. Hats off to the guys in both locker room for continuing to play hard during hard times. It's a great quality to have going forward.

Which player on your team do you have your eye on in this final game, and why?
Well, I think it's important that Mazza end the year on a high note. He's had his share of ups and downs and at times it could really affect the maturity and growth of a young QB. So I just want to see him go out there, lead the charge and get in the endzone. Limit the turnovers and give our team a chance. The guy is tough, but a season like the one we are enduring can chip away sometimes. So I just want to see him walk out the game, win, lose all draw with his strengths and weaknesses at hand and ready to get started on next season

Talk about the playoff race, who do you think will make it, who is going to join you on the outside looking in?
I really would prefer not to comment on the faith of other teams. We have our own issues and to throw shade at guys who are going out there and really playing hard is not something I feel comfortable doing. Each of those guys are out there putting it on the line wee in and week out so I just hope everyone ends the season in good health and for those who don't make it to start preparing for the off season.

What do you hope to see from your team in this final week of the season?
Grit, Just grit. chin up, heads held high and chest out front knowing that we have a lot of young talented men in that locker room to build on going forward and knowing next year we will be better. For a lot of young men in this game, early success can be a hindrance. Cause a growth block but i know early struggles create character and build strong backbones. Each man in the locker room will look back at this season when ever it gets tough and tell themselves they have already faced the toughest of times. That the obstacle in front of them is just that, an obstacle that they can endure and surpass.

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What a season coach, A season of almost, what just happened and holy shit!

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Forum Games / Re: NFL 2018-2019 Pick'Em: Week 3
« on: September 20, 2018, 11:54:10 AM »

NYJ @ CLE - TNF
NO @ ATL
SF @ KC
OAK @ MIA
BUF @ MIN
IND @ PHI (-6.5)
GB @ WSH
CIN @ CAR
TEN @ JAC
DEN @ BAL
NYG @ HOU
LAC @ LAR
CHI @ ARI
DAL @ SEA
NE @ DET - SNF
PIT @ TB - MNF


Who will have the higher QB rating: Tyrod Taylor
Who will have more passing yards: Andy Dalton
Who will have more rushing yards: Melvin Gordon
Who will have more combined receiving yards: Michael Thomas/Ted Ginn Jr
Who will have more receptions: Antonio Brown

Over/Under of the Week: Chicago Bears @ Arizona Cardinals O/U 37.5 UNDER

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: September 17, 2018, 09:38:12 PM »
Run/Pass:  60/40
Blitz Ratio: 45% Aggressive
Tempo: Normal
Defensive Base: Normal
Focus: Coaches Decision

Offense: Coaches Decision

In-Season Training Schedule
- 4 hours Position Training
- 1 hours Athletic Training
- 0 hours Physical Training
- 0 hour Film Study

Players:
Thomas Mazza
Julio Redd
Rex Mundy
Harold Vanburen
Peter Haney

WR1 Pitts, WR 2 Craven, Slot West, Hood, Flynn

KR 1 Hood, KR 2 West
PR 1 West  PR 2 Hood



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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: September 17, 2018, 12:08:40 AM »
Coach, Pancho being a prick is not new. As far as his words go, I didn't listen to what he had to say because it's easy to boast when things go right. Not to long ago in those press conference when it looked like he was about to get the ax, Pancho was a humble man and was speaking humble words of trying hard and respect and pride. Now they got some steam and they are beating their chest. Truth is coach I don't have to wait around for another GM to say something I can use as bulletin board material. I speak from the heart and I don't concern myself with petty. I'll let Alabama have that, they are the champions of petty. I wouldn't worry to much about what he has to say coach. Lions do not concern themselves with the opinions of the sheep. If GM Pancho wants to sit around watching my press conferences so he can have something half witted to say, by all means. Let him have the mic because for all we know it might be the last time he has one. We have more important things to focus on.

Now we focus on Music City. They are riding high off that upset win against Charlotte and will be at home. The road has not been friendly to us so we have to make sure we strike first and strike fast so we can control the pace of the game. Any suggestions?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: September 16, 2018, 08:05:46 PM »
If you like what we have been doing then we will stay focused. We need to get this win in the worst way. Bennet has them playing good ball so we will be in for a tighter game then when we first met. But I expect the same results.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: September 16, 2018, 04:33:49 PM »
I am slowly starting despise that entire franchise.  Coach, two games left. Our guys have been playing to the best of their ability. We have Music City coming in next week. Any thoughts on an approach? Week 2 we destroyed them. Think we should go with the same game plan we attacked them with or stick to the current game plan we currently have?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: September 16, 2018, 02:53:50 PM »
Talk about this weeks performance from your team.
Not what I expected. I thought we had a better grasp of what this team was capable of. Stopping Robles was gonna be the biggest challenge but I didnít see 54 points getting put up on us. Obviously we have had our issues on the D-line. And yet again another week were we get run to the ground.  Offensively we paced ourselves and we got another big game from Collins. Despite one turnover Mazza spread it around, got our TEís involved, got another one to Pitts for the season.  We are rebuilding  and have shown some flashes of what we could be if we address some of our issues  in the off season. I am more disappointed for the fans. They have been great supporting us and over the last few weeks we havenít put our best foot forward on the defensive side.  I only hope the fans can stick with us. Our guys are playing hard, we just donít have the right pieces where we need them at the moment.


Talk about your team's news this week.
What is there to talk about, they were furious with the unprofessionalism of one of this games best players. I understand he is having a year for the ages but to act the way he was acting after the game was way out of hand. Just goes to show the lack of professionalism that is being taught by thier coaches. This isnít the first time Alabama has shown us up and I promise you, next year, if GM Pancho survives will have a message for them. On our part we need to make sure RBís arenít gaining 300 yards on us.

Talk about at least two other news stories of interest.
This Kardashian non sense is pretty messed up. Not that I am a fan of GM Metro but those guys on that team have been playing so well and to have something like this going through their locker room can mess up a pretty special season. You hate to see guys who are playing hard have their seasons derailed over off field antics.  Since we are on antics I must say I am proud to have Mazza as our QB. As a rookie he has had his ups and downs but continue to be a true leader in that locker room. I couldnít fathom Mazza or any rookie QB throwing their team under the bus like Kitchen did in the press. Bad look for a young team. I know heís a fiery guy but you just canít do that.


What do you have to do to win the game this week?
Well we arenít playing the team Rebel left behind. Bennet has them playing some solid ball so we have to be ready to go in their and prove to ourselves that we are at least better than 1 team in this division. We need to play our best game. We canít lose to them the way we lost to the hapless Tombstone. We just need to play solid upfront and take care of the ball.

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Forum Games / Re: WWE Prediction Contest: Hell in a Cell (2018)
« on: September 15, 2018, 02:19:22 AM »
WWE UNIVERSAL CHAMPIONSHIP - HELL IN A CELL MATCH
Special Guest Referee: Mick Foley
Roman Reigns (c) vs. Braun Strowman
*This is Strowman's MITB cash-in.

WWE CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
AJ Styles (c) vs. Samoa Joe

MIXED TAG TEAM MATCH
Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella vs. The Miz and Maryse

WWE SMACKDOWN WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Becky Lynch

WWE RAW WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
Ronda Rousey (c) vs. Alexa Bliss

HELL IN A CELL MATCH
Randy Orton vs. Jeff Hardy

WWE SMACKDOWN TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
The New Day (Big E, Kofi Kingston, and/or Xavier Woods) (c) vs. Rusev and Aiden English

WWE RAW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre (c) vs. Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose


BONUS QUESTIONS:

Which match opens up the main show? WWE RAW TAG TEAM MATCH

Guess the longest match time (closest gets the point)? 27:54

Guess the shortest match time (closest gets the point)? 3:53

Guess the announced attendance (closest gets the point)? 19, 135

Guess the total length of time for the Main Event (closest gets the point)? 27:45

Who is on the losing fall in both Tag Team Title matches (must get both right to get the point)? McIntyre, Kofi

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Forum Games / Re: NFL 2018-2019 Pick'Em: Week 2
« on: September 13, 2018, 12:05:13 AM »
BAL @ CIN - TNF
CLE @ NO (-8.5)
LAC @ BUF
KC @ PIT
IND @ WSH
MIA @ NYJ
PHI @ TB
CAR @ ATL
HOU @ TEN
MIN @ GB
DET @ SF
ARI @ LAR
NE @ JAX
OAK @ DEN
NYG @ DAL - SNF
SEA @ CHI - MNF


Who will have the higher QB rating: Alex Smith
Who will have more passing yards: Ben Roethlisberger
Who will have more rushing yards:  Ezekiel Elliot
Who will have more combined receiving yards: Demaryius Thomas/Emmanuel Sanders
Who will have more receptions: Brandin Cooks

Over/Under of the Week: New England Patriots @ Jacksonville Jaguars O/U 45.5 over

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Well all I got is this, it is obvious some characters are town in one phase and cult in another. It's obvious we have to try and behave differently during the day phase in order not to give away who we are and in the matter of Metro, he played both parts differently. I went back, checked phases and looked for items that matched and try to find pattern in postings and style of play and connect it with how people responded in day and in night. I know I voted MSgates because of his play. His play in day phases matched the fact he was a cult during the day.

that is all I got...I can't vote for kirk, but I can vote for Estaban so I will.


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Everything I have spoken about during the night have been facts. I have made non of it up. You are welcome to take the time out like I have to check. Your constant panties in a bunch whenever someone goes after Estaban is either a defense play or you are Stallion and are defending Estaban. For the most part, your entire play here has been one of defense, never adding anything. I truly believe you are Estaban and that you and Stallion might be the last remaining Scum

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And Estaban shows himself.

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Don't know, maybe he tried something that was blocked and he wasn't sure...my only guess

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But that would mean during the the night he was tracking us and during the day he was trying to recruit us. So we need to go back to see who he was going after during the night. If he was a tracker he might have been going after scum at night.

So the last two post Metrol did was "He thinks Kirk is scum" which I have been saying for a while now and he said MSgates is not the cult leader. Which we know now MSgates was Metrol and he was not the cult leader. I have no reason to think anything other than Kirk, except i'm putting all my eggs in a basket connecting Estaban to Kirk. Next phase I'm going Estaban. If Kirk comes up scum as Estaban I think it's safe to say Stallion is also scum.

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So he was trying to protect us at night and screw us during the day? WTH. But, if this holds up, Paladin Muffins was on to Stallion and Estaban being together. They both went after MSGates. According to basic mafia, night actions can take place. They went after him during the day but they could have only known about any night actions after the night. We see during the night he was town. They wouldn't have known he was a lawyer/recruiter but if they were scum they could have known he was a tracker as to why they went after him. Next phase, I am deciding between Stallion and Estaban because they actually might be a team. Two lawyers died which show up as I am assuming recruiter and I assume recruiters are scum and two have been killed even though one was a town tracker in two phases. If recruiters are scum in this world then it would mean between stallion and Estaban that there is a 2 to 3 score scum/town or vice versa and we are missing one and we have been playing into their hands.

So now we see who defends themselves, Estaban or Stallion or both.

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Forum Games / Re: NFL 2018-2019 Pick'Em: Week 1
« on: September 08, 2018, 09:12:13 AM »
ATL @ PHI - N/A
SF @ MIN
CIN @ IND
BUF @ BAL (-7.5)
TB @ NO
JAX @ NYG
PIT @ CLE
HOU @ NE
TEN @ MIA
KC @ LAC
DAL @ CAR
WSH @ ARI
SEA @ DEN
CHI @ GB - SNF
NYJ @ DET - MNF
LAR @ OAK - MNF


Who will have the higher QB rating: Derek Carr
Who will have more passing yards: Deshaun Watson
Who will have more rushing yards: N/A
Who will have more combined receiving yards: T.Y. Hilton/Eric Ebron
Who will have more receptions: Antonio Brown

Over/Under of the Week: San Francisco 49ers @ Minnesota Vikings O/U 46.5 UNDER

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: September 08, 2018, 09:06:56 AM »

Game changes
Run/Pass:  60/40
Blitz Ratio: 45%
Tempo: Normal
Defensive Base: Normal
Focus: Coaches Desicion

Offense: Coaches Desicion

In-Season Training Schedule
- 4 hours Position Training
- 1 hours Athletic Training
- 0 hours Physical Training
- 0 hour Film Study

Players:
Thomas Mazza
Julio Redd
Rex Mundy
Harold Vanburen
Peter Haney

KR 1 Hood, KR 2 West
PR 1 West  PR 2 Hood


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General Manager's Office / Re: Charleston Crawfish
« on: September 08, 2018, 08:55:35 AM »


Line Up
1/PG Corey Brookhart/36
2/SG ĖRobert Butler/36
3/SF-Chris Watson/28
4/PF=Michael Phillips/32
5/C-Charles Seymore/30

SG/SF-6th-Billy Nichols/16
7/PG-Quentin Archie/14
8/C- Pete Childress/13
9/SF-Jeremy Pepper/12
10/PF-Ed Mueller/6
11/PG-Josh Steele/6
12/SG-Ben house/4
13/SF-Derek Curtis/3
14/C/PF-Kevan Nelson/3
Offense
COACHES DECISION

Team Captains
Corey Brookhart, Robert Butler
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Corey Brookhart PR 5.5 Mil PP

500K-Hart Attack
Video Package of all of Corey Brookhart's best shots and last minute game winners to be played play before each home game.


1M- All Hart

Commercials Voiced by Denzel Washington.

Starts with a young boy barely able to dribble a ball

Denzel: We werenít born with skill
The boys keeps practicing, dribbling all his small apartment  breaking windows and knocking over furniture
Denzel:  Itís not a gift given by a higher power
The Boy is seen getting better as he begins to dribble through a rough neighborhood  to his middle school
Denzel: Thereís no magic thirst quenching soft drink that makes you better.
The boy is seen trying to make a middle school team and being rejected
Denzel: There are no Sneakers that make you faster, stronger or smarter
The boy is seen in a playground in the rain dribbling and shooting
Denzel: You get no boost in skill by wearing your favorite players jersey
We see the boy running faster and dribbling better to high school through the same rough neighborhood but this time people are paying attention
Denzel: Thereís no brand of clothing meant to make you better
The teenage boy is now crossing guys over and scoring in a high school basketball game.
Denzel: You donít get better because people say you have potential
The scene shows a high school boy opening a letter and crying with his mother and father
Denzel: You get better by working hard
The scene shows a teenage boy putting on a college hat
Denzel: You get better by practicing
The teenage boy is seen  crossing over and scoring in college
Denzel: You get better by never giving up
We see the young man being drafted by the Crawfish
Denzel: The more you fail
Quick flashback to all the scene of the boy struggling and getting cut
Denzel: The more you are heart broken
The scene shows a young man walking down a tunnel in slow motion
Denzel: There will struggle
The young man enters a stadium that is empty
Denzel: It will get harder
A fade in of the stadium being filled to the rafters
Denzel: The harder it gets, the harder you go!
The slow motion speeds up to real time as we hear a whistle
Denzel: Thatís how you get to be the best in-bounding the ball.[/i]
Denzel: itís all about how much heart you have to keep going forward.
We see the timer is counting down at five seconds. They pass the ball to Corey Brookhart, he slashes, does a spin move and lays it up with the time expiring as the Crawfish win the game as the scene blacks out
Denzel: Thatís how he became Corey Brookhart

"Work Hard, Keep going, Always show Heart"

500K-Billboards ĖThe Hart of Charleston
throughout Charleston show casing Corey Brookhart as the face of the Charleston Crawfish. Tag line reads CHARLESTON IS ALL HART

500K-The Brookhart Brigade
Small Charleston Crawfish Kiosk to be erected outside of all Away game stadiums allowing fans in other cities to purchase Corey Brookhart Jerseys at discounted price.
1M-Corey Brookhart Ė Brookhart Breakdown
Crossover Camp-3 day event in which local Charleston high school basketball players are invited to the Charleston Crawfish practice facility. All attendees will receive Corey Brookhart Jerseyís and a pair of signature shoes.
Day 1- There will be dribbling, passing and shooting drills.
Day 2- Corey Brookhart will sign autographs with a meet and greet with the attendeeís
Day 3- Teams will sign up in open full court tournaments for a chance to win tickets to the opening game for their schools basketball team and a 10,000 High School Basketball court upgrade.   

500K- Killer Bís
Billboards through Charleston and up and down the high way show casing Brookhart and Butler Back to back-Tag Line KILLER BíS

1M- ďDa Hart of the CityĒ
A line of apparel is run with Under Armor  that showcase the tag line ďDa Hart of the CityĒ Shoes, shirts, shorts, etc. All military personnel get discounted price on all apparel. New apparel comes out throughout the season

500K- Hart Attack
Corey Brookhart will donate 250K to renovating basketball courts throughout Charlestonís Playgrounds. It will call for celebrities, musicians, politicians and athletes from SBA, HIFL and PBA to get involved in their communities.
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Robert Butler 2 Mil PR

500K-Killer Bís
Billboards through Charleston and up and down the high way show casing Brookhart and Butler Back to back-Tag Line KILLER BíS

1M-Number 1 Butler
A Commercial

A Scene shows a silhouette of what looks like DCís favorite hero, Batman.  He walks into what looks like might be a bat cave.  He walks towards what looks like Motherís inter dimensional  spy network and suddenly alarms go off.


The silhouette turns and throws what looks like ninja stars shape like bats as the intruderís shadow flashes by.

The silhouette does a few back flips and lands in a super hero pose. The camera pans to the side and we see Robert Butler standing there.

Robert Butler: Expecting another Butler. Robert Butler looks into the camera and winks as he disappears and we see what looks like the Batmobile drive off.  Am English voice speaks

Pennyworth: Did you get the intruder Bruce Sir?

The silhouette turns around and a character portraying Alfred Pennyworth is standing there wearing a Robert Butler Jersey. Pennyworth looks in the camera and winks.


"There is only 1 Butler"


250K-Butlerís Baskets
Throughout the Charleston stadium there are Robert Butler Basketball arcade Kiosk where fans can shoot basketballs trying to beat Robert Butlers Top Score.


250K-Butler's Head Games
1st home game 500 fans will receive large Robert Butler cardboard cutout heads.

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Quentin Archie 1M PR
500KĖ #1
Billboards placed throughout South Carolina showcasing Charleston first round draft pick Quentin Archie.


250K Ė THE QA
Quentin Archie bobble heads to be handed out 3rd home game

250K Ė Splitin Quentin
500 Kids receive jerseys which are split Quentin Archie Crawfish/Duke jerseyís 

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Jeremy Pepper 1.5 Mil PR

500K Pepper Apparel-"Hot Sauce"
New Line of Hot Sauce apparel which includes headbands, wristbands and basketball sleeves with Jeremy Peppers number on them to be sold throughout the Arena apparel kiosk .
250K Pepper Pleaser
A video package showing all of Jeremy peppers greatest NCAAMB best moments will be played followed by an announcement to the crowd to welcome Jeremy Pepper to Charleston.

250K-Jeremy Pepper-Hot pages
Charleston Crawfish Brochure highlighting Jeremyís pepper life, college career and interviews to be given out to all fans in attendance. Each brochure will have a double page fold out of the word pepper in which fans can pull out and open up in the stadiums to show support to Jeremy pepper.

500K-Pepper Poppers
Kid size Plush basketballs in the colors of The Charleston Crawfish with Jeremy Peppers number to be given out to all children who attend all home games throughout the season

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Michael Phillips  1.5 Mil PR

500K-Magic Mike
Whenever Michael Phillips produces a double-Double all fans in attendance during home games will be able to use their ticket as a voucher to receive either one small fries and s soft drink or a cheeseburger and a soft drink from McDonalds.
250K-Muscle Mike
All fans in attendance during home games 4, 10 receive Team Color Michael Phillips sleeveless shirts with his number and name on them replicating a jersey.

250K-Phillips Screw Driver
During a home game in which Birmingham is visiting. During pregame hype and video montages an announcement showing some of Phillips hard nose play, rebounding and defense from his days at Birmingham will be shown, then on the screen it will show a message stating THANK YOU BIRMINGHAM, YOU MADE A BIG MISTAKE!

500K-Michael makes his mark
Billboards throughout Charleston welcoming Michael Phillips to Charleston to be placed throughout South Carolina leading into Charleston.

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Training
Billy Nichols-Shooting
Quentin Archie-Shooting
Jeremy Pepper-Rebounding


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OOC Boards / Re: PBL General Manager Sign Up List
« on: September 06, 2018, 03:40:25 PM »
But I don't know if I can have diff charcater base unless I make a diff name and login

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OOC Boards / Re: PBL General Manager Sign Up List
« on: September 06, 2018, 03:40:01 PM »
GM Phoenix III

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OOC Boards / Re: PBL General Manager Sign Up List
« on: September 06, 2018, 03:35:27 PM »
I'll do a different name. right now do lucas

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OOC Boards / Re: OOC Thread
« on: September 06, 2018, 06:41:59 AM »
^^^^^^Ditto

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OOC Boards / Re: PBL General Manager Sign Up List
« on: September 06, 2018, 06:08:58 AM »
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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: September 06, 2018, 06:05:02 AM »
(GM LUCAS APPLAUDS THE SWIFT ACTION OF SECURITY BOB JR. APPLAUDING HIS EFFORTS AND WISHING HE HAD BEEN THERE TO STOP CROWE'S SNEAK ATTACK)

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: September 05, 2018, 11:34:13 PM »
I figured maybe the workload this year was wearing on him because of the cramping an Miami had just got lit up through the air. Felt like it was the perfect storm. I guess we just don't have the pieces at the moment to take those bold chances. Lesson learned. I let you start prepping for the week.



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We have two opposing ideas, Powers going all in on Gates, Metro protecting gates with some inside info. We need to know each of you guys reasoning. next phase, we should have some idea where we are going.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: September 05, 2018, 07:19:39 PM »
Who was your star player this week? Who disappointed?
Once again, the guys went out there as a whole and tried really hard. It showed, not in the points but in all other areas. We had the ball for nearly 10 more minutes.  We did a great job holding them as a team to under 100 yards passing which has been are strength all year so thatís no surprise. But to pin point one person to tag as star player, I have to give it up for James Brown, I mean he continues to ball week in and week out. He has been a staple of our front line since coming over.

How would you evaluate your team over the last few weeks?

All heart. We have come up short in the most inopportune times. All part of growing pains for such a young team. Obviously this last game against Miami is nowhere near the type of game I thought we would have. This is not the outcome I saw but that has been us this season, I good game, A close game, A hard fought game then we get blown out.  Itís something I intend to address in the off season.

With three games remaining, what is the plan to end the season on a high note?
I think as long as these guys keep playing hard and giving these fans something to talk about as we get close to closing out the season I think that should be enough motivation to go out there and ball. Itís always interesting to listen to talk radio and listen to what the fans think should happen moving forward.  To let them know and address some fans who feel we should bottom out to secure a high draft pick, though it would be a smart move for the franchise I donít have it in me to tap out, to wave the white flag and limp into the off season so I am here to let them know I intend to make sure each guy in that locker room know that we will play until the second comes off the clock in the last game of the season.

What do you have to do to win the game this week?
Limit turnovers. We should win when we hold an opponent to under 100 yards passing and dominate the time of possession but when you combine that with 4 turnovers  two which were for scores and under thirty yards rushing, thatís not the formulae for success. For the most part I take the blame. I changed up the game plan to counter Miamiís defense and when you play aggressive you are prone to make mistakes. I want to apologize to our young QB. No player will ever back down from the opportunity to take the wheel and Mazza is no different. When the idea that we would pass on Miami throughout the game, he stepped up to the challenge.  Four turn overs later and here we are. So I donít put this on the kid, this is on me Mazza has Moxy and is always up for a challenge. In hindsight I feel we would have had a better chance sticking to what we know.  Expect us to play next weeks games  the way we know how.

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Coach, I take blame for this one. From here to end the season every decision will be left up to the coaching staff. I stepped in thinking we could out do Miami and shock the world but it wasn't in the cards. I know you left it up to me but I apologize for changing the game plan.

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League Office Transactions / Re: SBA League Office
« on: September 01, 2018, 07:19:33 AM »
Charleston Crawfish sign PF Ed Mueller for 1 year worth 500k 

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General Manager's Office / Re: Charleston Crawfish
« on: August 31, 2018, 05:13:09 PM »
Ok, no problem, this time a year things get confusing. I'm sure all the teams are in negotiations with all the same players. I think I'll set things up and begin finalizing things.

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League Office Transactions / Re: SBA League Office
« on: August 31, 2018, 08:45:44 AM »
Charleston Crawfish will make a correction on Michael Phillips contract. The contract is for two years worth 5 million per and Charleston will add 500k extra of Pr for the paper work screw up which now gives him 1.5 in PR.

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General Manager's Office / Re: Charleston Crawfish
« on: August 31, 2018, 08:43:41 AM »
Excellent, Coach before we lock in, I was just able to acquire PF Thomas Smith, PF Michael Phillips, PG Josh Steele to finish off our roster. Do you see any of them breaking your top five and starting over any of the previous mentioned?

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League Office Transactions / Re: SBA League Office
« on: August 31, 2018, 08:40:31 AM »
Charleston Crawfish have signed the follwing players

PF Thomas Smith for 1 Year worth 250k

PF Michael Phillips  for 2 years worth 4 mil

PG Josh Steele for 2 years worth 250k per with a 3rd year option

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Kind of weak Kirk. You were the one who pardoned a Scum and two other guys still alive who just happened to jump on the MSgates vote last Day phase. I just put the guys you pardoned in one group and the rest in the other. Are you revenge accusing me. Are you the Estaban, the same player who supposedly revenge voted PaladinMuffins when PM threw Estabans name out there? You haven't denied any of my previous theory, instead you panicked and are trying to throw shade my way.

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This leaves us with Estaban, Paladin, ChampChong, MSgates, Revcotton, Stallion

So, we have a small break here but I'm having trouble piecing it. T-Bone was JewBoiFresh and did not show up green so he was not townie by day and I only say that because it says day banker. This would mean he was a Scum or according to Powers presumed accusation of a cult scum by night.

Considering we are dying during the day phase there are night actions taking place, obviously and at least that stays somewhat normal and relevant to the other Mafia games. Now I had to look up what purple meant, and does seem to be a cultist.
http://www.sc2mafia.com/forum/showthread.php/10688-Colored-names-explained-and-a-lot-of-names

Reading back, the closet thing I have to anything was an earlier post by Kirk. August 9th;

"My analysis has narrowed down the suspects (Estaban, Stallion and Jewboi are not likely to be scum based on their votes) whereas Eddie's just opens it up to everyone is scum and nobody should be discounted. Great, where does that get us?"


Just so happens the two of the three guys Kirk felt were not scum were the first two and only two guys to vote on MSgates once Paladin dropped his theory. Now I am thinking maybe Estaban and Stallion know what/who MSgates is, and if this is a cult mafia game it would make sense that cult members go after someone who already has heat.

Let's not forget that Jewboi flipped in some anti town role and Estaban and Stallion are still alive which completely contradicts what Kirk was saying about each of these players.

I have to build on my theory now that Estaban and Stallion are some type of anti town also. Considering, I thought Estaban was Kirk in a previous night phase, I have to believe Stallion is connected to this. I don't think Pancho would make it that easy and make Gates, MSgates. I am now leaning towards Estaban and Stallion and that they might be working together and are now down a scum.

Estaban=Kirk
Stallion=? (Possibly Gates, considering he played the "ANY IDEA WHAT BANKER IS")

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: August 29, 2018, 04:09:20 PM »
I won't waist anymore of your time. This is a huge game, let's go!

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Depth Chart

Primary Rusher: Daniel Collins


CB 1 Evans, CB 2 Cavanaugh, CB 3 Brown
SS 1 Ash.  SS 2 Novak

KR 1 West  KR 2 Hood
PR 1 West  PR 2 Hood

Game changes
Run/Pass:  25/75
Blitz Ratio: 40% Aggressive
Tempo: Fast
Focus: Starters

Offense: Spread

In-Season Training Schedule
- 2 hours Position Training
- 0 hours Athletic Training
- 1 hours Physical Training
- 0 hour Film Study

Players:
Allan King
Darrell Hendrickson
Rex Mundy
Harold Vanburen
Peter Haney

COACHES MAKE ALL OTHER DECISIONS.

LOCK IN

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Random Topics and Conversations / Re: $20 Fantasy Football League
« on: August 29, 2018, 03:53:31 PM »
always down

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: August 29, 2018, 03:42:03 PM »
That is what I am saying. LIGHT THEM UP!

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: August 28, 2018, 09:05:50 PM »
Sounds good coach, I'll let you get back to practice. We going to need every ounce of it this week.

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Ms. Watsonc an you call in Tommy Mazza please

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Tommy, I'm calling you in here to let you know this week we are letting you take us to the the W. The game plan will revolve around you and we are giving you the green light to light Miami UP!

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General Manager's Office / Re: Charleston Crawfish
« on: August 28, 2018, 08:56:13 PM »
MS. Belle can you send in the coach Waldrop
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Coach, I need two pieces of information before I send in all the paper work,

First, with the talent on our team, what offense and defense do you see us running.

Second, who do you like as a 6th man, I am torn between our two rookies, Quentin Archie and Billy Nichols

Finally, in your estimation, who are our top five players from a coaching stand point.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: August 27, 2018, 05:56:32 PM »
That's good to hear. Coach, we got Miami coming in here. They don't seem to have many holes in their defense and their Run offense has been stout to say the least. I was thinking for this game airing it out and putting the game in Mazza's hands and being extremely aggressive on defense. Any thoughts on an approach, what do you think?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: August 26, 2018, 12:22:01 PM »
Coach, you guys did an excellent job getting them ready. We might have seen a Robles type performance from Collins if he stood in. They played hard and motivated. Not having Collins and Evans showed, but that's behind us now, it's something to build on as Miami comes into our house. We have a big opportunity against one of the best teams in the league. Hopefully we have both Collins and Evans back. I am confidence you and the staff will have them ready to go again. Question coach, I watch from the box and I see them playing hard but how do you assess this teams effort during the second half of the season?.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ATLANTA WARRIORS
« on: August 20, 2018, 01:50:54 AM »
Talk us through your Week 14 Game, What did you like, what didn't you like?
Where do we begin, well first hats off to those guys on the other sideline. We knew it wouldn't be easy and missing one of our corner stones in that defensive backfield didn't help. Merv is already a surgeon on that field, lose your all star corner back and you will be in a long day.That was a hard fought game. Weird things happen, you try and see where your team stacks up  against an expansion team like St.Louis and get dismantled, then against a better team in Orlando we take them to the limit. All these games are great learning experiences for us.  When you think of some of the things some of these guys are accomplishing, this season doesnít seem like such a loss. Letís start at Our O-line, not only are they limiting the amount of sacks we allow but they are creating space to allow D-train to run down field. Itís pretty amazing when you think heís missed three games and is nearing a 1,000 yards.  This game definitely added to that as once again our O-line helped us rack up 242 yards on the ground.  Letís not forget to give it up to our D-line who held the entire Orlando team to under 100 yards rushing and give it up to James Cavanaugh for his defensive player of the game honor. Missing evans wasn't easy but James damn near covered the entire field, but a QB like Merv will find where James isn't and take advantage of that.Either way James can ball; I truly felt the difference in this game was not having James partner Evans out there on the other side. Regardless, we had some good things to build on moving forward. We have limited our mistakes over the second half of this season and we went back to controlling time of possession. Right now we need to work on getting our offense in rhythm. Itís always either our run game or our passing game, very rarely is it both and that is our biggest heel at the moment.

Talk about anything interesting you around the league.

Well I wonít say interesting but you definitely see the teams that have pulled away. I wonder how all those GM's who traded within their division to Las Vegas feel right about now. GM Metro should send all those GMís 50 yard line seats to watch his team in the Impact Bowl. Anyway, in more performance based news, take your hat off to Shelley, plus 200 yards is never an easy feat.

Talk about your game this upcoming week, what do you need to do to win?

Well, we clearly have a team coming into our home who have really surprised some folks.  When we first played them, they blanked us. I thought it was a combination of us struggling and them getting lucky but clearly throughout the year they have been one of if not the best defenses in the league. But would you believe me if I told you I wasnít worried. I think the men in that locker room are playing hard. They are playing with heart and leaving it all out on that field, they know they can compete. They know that we are a interception here, fumble there, missed field go here away from being in a wild card race. So, is Miami a good team, absolutely, but We have a few things going for us right now, I believe we will be at full strength, we will be at home and most importantly we are playing motivated and trying to send a message. These men won't play scared, we are going to go right at Miami and if we can limit our mistakes and control the clock  This could be the kind of game that will surprise a lot of people. So,Warrior fans, come out, fill the seats, tailgate, make some goddamn noise in that stadium this week because we are going to need every one of you. I promise, This will be a good one, you don't want to miss this one..

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League Office Transactions / Re: SBA League Office
« on: August 17, 2018, 10:30:04 PM »
Charleston Crawfish announce the following signings :

SF Derek Curtis to 3 years worth 250k per

SG Ben House 3 years worth 250K per






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League Office Transactions / Re: SBA League Office
« on: August 17, 2018, 12:50:04 PM »
Charleston Crawfish use their amnesty on PG Reggie Lancaster

Charleston Crawfish release C Damianos Damaskinos

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League Office Transactions / Re: SBA League Office
« on: August 17, 2018, 11:58:21 AM »
Charleston Crawfish sign C Charles Seymore for 3 years worth 10Mil per

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General Manager's Office / Re: Charleston Crawfish
« on: August 17, 2018, 10:44:10 AM »
Great, Iíll send it in

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League Office Transactions / Re: SBA League Office
« on: August 17, 2018, 09:49:04 AM »


Charleston Crawfish re-sign C Chris Watson for 3 years worth 5 Mill per

Charleston Crawfish sign C Kevan Nelson for 2 years worth 500k Per

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