Masons Mill Park, off Byberry Road, Upper Moreland; 6 p.m. Wed. Deep Meadow Park, 1020 Horham Road. One-mile loop and optional dinner after each. Andy 215-659-2637.
Real estate transfers October 2013 - Ambler Gazette - Montgomery News
302 Bangor Lane, Lucy Mastronardo to Richard Kuk, $344,000. 11 Turner Court, Bernard and Jeanette McKenna to Mark and Bridget Giordano, $500,000. 169 Cathcart Rd., Craig Rogerson to Jeffrey and Lisa Denton, $1,739,500. LOWER MERION 1432 Monk Rd., David and Marcia Scott to Marie Cameron Trust, $2,325,000. 191 Presidential Blvd., Condo R-803, Nancy Fineberg to Dov and Brooke Jaron, $100,000. 819 Mt Pleasant Rd., Anne Rivers to Eric and Roxana Loges, $1,072,500.
Missouri 49, Toledo 24: Tigers clear the Toledo hurdle with room to spare - Yahoo Sports
But the improvement will need to continue if the Tigers want to match 2013's eventual output. 1. A pretty good bad game, huh? Maty Mauk fled the pocket a few too many times last week, apparently prompting cries of Gabbertitis on the internet (you know, because Blaine Gabbert was sooooo bad in a Missouri uniform, playing hurt and winning 18 games in two years). He seemed dead set on staying in the pocket as much as possible on Saturday, and while it backfired a few times -- he got hit pretty hard on two sacks, and pressure forced him to throw off of his back foot a few times -- it's hard to argue with the results. For all of to learn more the back-footed passes and the two picks, and through the pretty windy conditions both he and Ely (and Toledo backup Logan Woodside ) were dealing with (notice that basically every pass thrown yesterday was a foot or more off target?), Mauk finished with a rather saucy stat line: 21-for-32, 325 yards, five scores, two picks, two sacks.
A.J. Green, Bengals right themselves late to beat Ravens - Washington Times
The Hogs Haven writers face off in the first annual staff fantasy football draft The NFL returns in full force today, and with it so too does fantasy football. Fantasy football takes on added importance and meaning when you're a fan of a team like the Redskins (or any DC-based sports team for that matter). Your fantasy team is the one team that you feel like actually has a chance to win a championship every year. To help ease our pain, the Hogs Haven staff decided to start their own fantasy league. The draft was held this past Monday, and I'm here today to share the results with you. Before we dive into the draft itself, take a look at the league setup and my overview of the draft breakdown below. Format, Scores and Settings Draft Type: Standard Snake Draft Site: Yahoo Pass TDs/Ints: 4 points for TDs and -1 for ints Playoffs: weeks 14-16, 6 teams w/ 2 byes Roster Size: 16 Roster: QB, WR, WR, RB, RB, TE, W/R/T, K, DEF, BN x7 Fractional/Negative Points: Yes/Yes Bonus Points: None Waivers: Game Time-Tuesday, continual rolling list I broke the draft down into four parts: the Early Rounds, the Middle Rounds, the Late Rounds and Defenses/Kickers/Fliers. For each part, I pointed out some of the best values and biggest reaches according to consensus player ADP (average draft position) and the Expert Consensus Rankings, or ECR (all ADP and ECR data is from Fantasypros.com). I also list a few of my favorite and least favorite picks for each section of the draft. The ECR data is probably the best barometer of how good or bad any one pick was; whereas, the ADP data helps us to see where a player probably could or should have fallen to. Consensus ADP data was only available for standard scoring formats, so standard scoring ECR was also used to stay consistent. This league uses .5 PPR scoring, so just keep in mind that some WR and TE reaches may not be as poor as they appear. The Early Rounds Larry Fitzgerald Bernhard Samuel Best ADP Values: Larry Fitzgerald (selected 13 picks below average by Bernhard), Arian Foster (11 below average by Marc) Biggest ADP Reaches: Robert Griffin III (44 picks above average by Ken), Shane Vereen (23 picks above average by Hog Hunter) Best Values by ECR: DeMarco Murray and Roddy White (both selected 9 picks below ECR by Steve) Biggest Reaches by ECR: Robert Griffin III (57 picks above ECR by Ken), Drew Brees (15 picks above ECR by Mike) Picks I Liked: Jordy Nelson (2.12 by Bernhard), DeMarco Murray (2.09 by Steve), Rob Gronkowski (4.03 by me) Picks I Didn't Like: The aforementioned QBs by Ken and Mike Getting DeMarco Murray and Roddy White in the late 2nd and 4th rounds respectively could prove to be steals for Steve. Bernhard appears to have gotten white guy and injury discounts with his excellent pickup of Jordy Nelson at the end of the second round. Over the last several years, Nelson has been a top 3 receiver when both he and Rodgers have been in on the field. I won't talk about many of mine own picks, but snagging Gronk at pick 39 needs to be discussed. There is certainly some inherent injury risk there, but when healthy, Gronk has outperformed Jimmy Graham on a per game basis. Getting him this late could prove to be a league winning pick for me even if he can only play 75% of his games at roughly the same rate of his normal effectiveness.
Hogs Haven 2014 Writer's Fantasy Football Draft Recap - Yahoo Sports
Green, Bengals right themselves late to beat Ravens Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) rallies the offense during the first half of an NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens in Baltimore, Md., Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) more > By David Ginsburg - Associated Press - Sunday, September 7, 2014 BALTIMORE The Cincinnati Bengals had given away a 15-point lead, were still in search of their first touchdown and seemed poised to absorb another devastating defeat in their personal House of Pain. Thats when receiver A.J. Green got into the huddle and told his teammates, We got one play. Lets make this play. Green did more than just talk.