As a defensive unit, we really cameout and stepped up to the challenge.”Edwards accounted for the Packers’ first touchdown, stepping in front of Moss for his first NFL interception and returning it 26yards for the score.”They tried to run the hitch like three times in a row, and then they put Randy on the inside,” Edwards said. “I thought if they run the hitch again, I know he’s cutting behind him. And it worked out.
It totally incomprehensible that these mass murders have turned America students into the most endangered group of people in any industrialized country in the world.According to the New York Times (2/15/18), more than 438 students and teachers have been shot in at least 239 school shootings since Sandy Hook in 2012. There have been 63 people injured or killed in 6 school shootings in the first 45 days of 2018. Education Week, 2/1/18.Although mass shootings have been generally increasing in different settings, schools are unfortunately frequent targets.
Have been informed that the FBI is in the process of evaluating the video posted by the Islamic State to determine if it is authentic. Until we have that determination, we will not be in a position to make any further statement. We ask for your prayers for Jim and his family.
That’s understandable. In Coughlin’s eight seasons, the Jaguars went 68 60 (.531), averaged 8.5 wins a season and went to the playoffs four times. In the 12 years since, they’ve gone 77 110 (.412), averaged 6.5 wins, been to the playoffs just twice (the last time in 2007).
Hard to believe that Milan Lucic spoke post game about his team not showing enough respect to an opponent that has beaten them for fun for the entire two years he has been here. The Oilers were so bad against the Sabres in a 5 0 loss that it’s now clear somebody is going to be fired from the Oilers. It has to happen.
Red Gerard, of the United States, smiles after winning gold in the men’s slopestyle final at Phoenix Snow Park at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018.(CNN) Teenager Red Gerard pulled off a shock win in the men’s slopestyle snowboarding to claim the first gold medal for Team USA at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.The 17 year old crashed on both of his first two runs amid high winds at Pheonix Park, but pulled off a spectacular final effort that no one could match to become the youngest American man to win an Olympic winter gold medal since 1928.Sitting in 11th place after two runs, Gerard wowed the judges with his descent through a series of rails, ramps and huge jumps to beat Canadian riders Max Parrot and Mark McMorris to the silver and bronze respectively.The diminutive Gerard, the second youngest of seven siblings who grew up in Cleveland, Ohio before moving to Colorado, seemed stunned as he became the youngest Olympic snowboarding champion ever.”I was surprised to make it even to the finals of the Olympics and to get first is above me, I don’t even know what’s going on to be honest,” Gerard told the British Broadcasting Corporation.”I cannot believe what has just happened it is insane.”Parrot put down a near flawless run as the last rider to go down, but it wasn’t good enough to knock Gerard off the top spot.McMorris, who had been in the lead after two rounds, took his second straight Olympic slopestyle bronze less than a year after crashing into a tree, suffering a collapsed lung, ruptured spleen, fractured jaw, ribs, pelvis and left arm.Gerard real name Redmond is also the first ever medalist at the Olympic Winter Games born after January 1 2000, according to Gracenote.He was a child prodigy, who could walk at nine months, started snowboarding at the age of two and managed to do a standing backflip by the time he was six years old, according to the Washington Post. He joined the American national team just four years ago.His Olympic journey is set to continue in the men’s big air competition, which will be making its debut in an Olympic Games on Feb.