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  1. ZCar352

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    The day is finally upon us the Portland Snowhawks will play there inaugural game tonight against the Washington Redskins. This match up should be an interesting one as neither owners have faced each other before and both teams are in the middle of the pack as far as talent goes. Now to introduce the starters for the inaugural 2017 season.

    Offense

    QB- Brock Osweiler
    After much deliberation in the offseason and into the preseason it was thought that Phillip Rivers would continue to be the starter since he didn't retire this past season. The management group decided it was time to start developing Osweiler and give him the nod to start the season.

    HB- Melvin Gordon
    The now third year back is the obvious choice here to start the season with Javorius Allen, Fozzy Whittaker, and Rookie Tevita Carroll backing him up. There have been some trade rumors swirling around Gordon so we will see if he will be a Snowhawk for much longer.

    WR- Keenan Allen, Larry Fitzgerald, Stevie Johnson, Jaron Vincent, Marquise Goodwin
    Keenan Allen will be the anchor of the receiving group but it helps to have a Hall of Fame caliber along side him in Fitzgerald. Stevie Johnson will be our slot guy but his job could be in jeopardy if Jaron Vincent proves he can be reliable in that spot.

    TE- Casey Roberts and Larry Donnell
    Roberts and Donnell get us back to where the Chargers were to start this cycle with two very reliable pass catching TE's. I look for big things from both these guys as they will definitely be needed to step up and bail Osweiler out every now and again.

    T- King Dunlap and Deandre Riley
    Dunlap will be starting at LT and Riley on the right. Riley was the first pick the new ownership group made and has come along very nicely and will look to improve on his rookie season. Dunlap enters his 9th season and is a very solid tackle who will be responsible for protecting Brock's blindside.

    G- Orlando Franklin and DJ Fluker
    The Guards are our best offensive lineman we have. Fluker has come along very well and looks to follow in Franklins footsteps but needs to get a little better at pass blocking. Franklin is the complete guard he does it all and is the leader of the offensive line group.

    C- Chris Watt
    Mr Watt gets the start at Center after the Snowhawks failed to draft a replacement it will be interesting to see if they decide to resign Watt during the season or wait until the offseason but until then he should have a productive season.

    Defense

    DE- Will Barr and Arik Armstead

    Barr and Armstead are both young up and coming defensive ends that will look to make a name for themselves this year. Barr gets the start in his 2nd season after the team traded veteran Corey Liuget, as for Armstead he came over in the offseason through a trade that saw Jason Verrett head to San Francisco. It will be fun watching these two grow over this season and hopefully will be wreaking havoc on opposing QB's.

    DT- Danny Shelton and Devin McKay
    The defensive line as a groups average age is 23.25 which I would bet is the youngest starting line in the league. Shelton came over in another offseason trade with Cleveland and McKay was drafted in the 2nd round of the most recent draft. Again I am very anxious and excited to see this defensive line go to work.


    LB's- Jeremiah Roberson, Denzel Perryman, James Poteat
    Again more youth at our linebacking core with Perryman being the veteran of this group will get his first oppurtunity to start to begin his 3rd year. Poteat starts his 2nd season after having a decent rookie year 30 Tackles and 3 Sacks he looks to build on that this year. Last but not least Jeremiah Roberson who was the first pick for San Diego in the 2nd round this past draft comes in as the instant starter after shipping Jeremiah Attaochu to Pittsburgh.

    CB's- Brandon Flowers, Jeremy Lane, Jalen Collins, and Chris Davis
    With the departure of Verrett to San Francisco Brandon Flowers is going to have to step up and be the #1 CB and be the leader of this corner group. Jeremy Lane came over in the trade for Verrett and will slot in as the #2 but I wouldn't be surprised if another new comer to the squad Jalen Collins moves up the depth chart very quickly. Collins was apart of the Te'o trade with Atlanta and he is a very promising prospect who will be a staple in Portland for a long time. Davis won the #4 corner job over Steve Williams but I could see them being subbed in and out week to week depending on the WR group we are facing that week.

    FS/SS- Eric Weddle and Antuan Benjamin
    Weddle is the defensive captain and is a staple in this Snowhawk secondary. His veteran presence will help this young defense find its way this season even though he is reportedly being shopped. Benjamin another pick from the new ownerships first draft class looks to make a statement this season following his outstanding rookie season 67 Tackles 2 Forced Fumbles and 2 Interceptions.

    Special Teams- K Jimmy Reeves and P Drew Hopkins
    Reeves was an undrafted FA pick up last season who had a satisfactory season his rookie year. Hopkins is another undrafted FA pick up and will look to make the squad full time and get a contract extension at the end of the year.

    Season Prediction: 6-10
    With the schedule we have this season, breaking in a new QB, and starting a very young defense I see 6-10 as a very good possibility. I hope everyone enjoyed this and we will keep you updated on everything Snowhawks through out the season.
     
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  2. Wyrmreaver

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    First Game

    The Snowhawks were defeated by the Redskins 24-21 in their first ever game. It was a very exciting game as Portland found themselves trailing 14-0 before half until Brock Osweiler found rookie wideout Jaron Vincent for a 54 yard touchdown with 4 seconds left in the half. After the break Washington jumped back up to a 14 point lead and looked to be cruising to a 21-7 victory but again Osweiler made some things happen and cut it back to 7 after a nice pass to another rookie this time to tight end Casey Roberts, 21-14. Then after back to back to back three and outs the Snowhawk offense got rolling again and once again Osweiler made a great throw that found Keenan Allen in stride for a walk in 47 yard touchdown to tie the game. Washington responded with a field goal to push ahead 24-21 with just over 3 minutes left in the game. Portland was able to march down the field and get to the Washington 27 yard line with just under 45 seconds remaining and faced a 3rd and 7. A pass play was called and Osweiler dropped back looking looking no one is open oh wait hes open throw it throw it boom it was to late and he was on his back which turned out to be huge because now Portland faced a 51 yard field goal to head to overtime. Both teams had struggled all game kicking the ball but Portland rolled the dice and came up about 4 yards short and that was that. Good game again GMONEY 15

    Brock Osweiler 15-32 310 Yards 3 TD 4 INT
    Melvin Gordon 16 Carries 55 Yards
    Casey Roberts 5 Catches 87 Yards 1 TD
    Arik Armstead 2 Sacks
    Denzel Perryman 5 Tackles 1 Sack

    The big takeaway from this game is our young defense is pretty stout yes they gave up 24 points but Osweiler threw 4 picks and we were able to hold Washington's offense in check. It is going to be a very fun season that is for sure. In other news Larry Fitzgerald may be on his way out as he didn't haul in a single pass and to be honest don't think he got targeted more than twice mainly because he lacks the speed to get open.
     
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    Week 2
    After a heartbreaking loss opening day to Washington 24-21 the Snowhawks had to travel to Denver to face the Broncos in the first divisional game of the season. Portland didn't make it to the airplane or even the bus to go to the airport because Denver put on a clinic in how to run the ball as they rushed for 249 yards as a team in there blow out win 44-3. There isn't much else to say about the game other than CJ Anderson is a man among boys and Brock Osweiler's struggles with turning the ball over may see him backing up rookie quarterback Christopher Myrick who came in to relieve Osweiler after his 3rd pick of the game. Good Game again Automatik I look forward to our next meeting.

    Brock Osweiler 5-16 88 Yards 3 INT
    Christopher Myrick 6-15 61 Yards
    Javorius Allen 11 Carries 31 Yards
    Casey Roberts 3 Catches 52 Yards
    Arik Armstead 2 Tackles 1 Sack
     
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    By the time we play our next game your qbs will have upped their accuracy so theywon't be a combined 11-31. Brock missed some early throws that could have changed the game in the first half.

    Btw those unis were sick.
     
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    Week 3
    Portland Snowhawks at London Black Knights
    Portland traveled overseas to take on the London Black Knights this week in a battle of the defeated and undefeated. Coming into the game there were a ton of question marks swirling around about the Snowhawk offense and how bleh they have been so Ownership put the squeeze on head coach Jim Tomsula and Christopher Myrick got his first career start against London after Brock Osweilers poor performances to open the season.

    London would win the game 31-22 in the end but the story of the game would again be the lackluster performance by the Snowhawk offense who were given opportunity after opportunity to put points on the board as the defense played really well but credit to the London defense for stifling them. The final Snowhawks drive down 24-16 showed that there is hope for this offense. The drive started with 6:05 left in the 4th on our own 25 fast forward to the 2 minute warning and we find ourselves 1st and goal we try to run it in with Javorius Allen but he is stopped after a 1 yard gain. On the next play we lined up in an empty back set but it was a QB Draw all the way but it spread the defense out enough that Myrick was able to get into the endzone 24-22 1:47 left all we had to do is get this 2 point conversion and we would be possibly heading for overtime. Unfortunately the pass to Keenan Allen was knocked down at the last possible second and thinking London would go conservative and run the ball got burned twice on play action and Justin Blackmon caught two huge passes over both safeties the 2nd catch being in the endzone for a touchdown and that was all she wrote. Good game again Wyrmreaver good luck to you the rest of the season. As for Portland we head into out bye week and look to regroup and come out get get our first win for Portland against the Eagles Week 5.

    Christopher Myrick 16-31 150 Yards 2 INT 6 Carries 39 Yards 1 TD
    Javorius Allen 13 Carries 95 Yards
    Keenan Allen 4 Catches 53 Yards
    Arik Armstead 1 Sack 1 FF
    James Poteat 2 Tackles 1 INT 1 TD
    Jalen Collins/Chris Davis 1 INT each
     
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    Week 5
    Portland Snowhawks vs Philadelphia Eagles
    This week the Snowhawks took on there bird bros the Philadephia Eagles with the Snowhawks looking to get there first win. Owner iBO was away attending his alma-mater's bowl game and was unable to be at this game but it worked out as his team demolished the Snowhawks 51-20. Not a lot to talk about this game as the Snowhawk offense continued to struggle putting there defense on the field way to much and it showed in the 2nd half as Demarco Murray was untackleable and had 2 very long touchdown runs. Snowhawks will be back at home next week to take on the Buffalo Bills and hopefully we will finally get into the win column.

    Christopher Myrick 29-50 359 Yards 2 TD 4 INT
    Javorius Allen 10 Carries 50 Yards
    Jaron Vincent 8 Catches 97 Yards 1 TD
    Will Barr 1 Sack
     
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    First Win!!!!!!
    Portland Snowhawks vs Buffalo Bills
    This week the Portland Snowhawks were back at home for the first time since week 1 and you could feel the energy in the stadium even though the team was 0-4. The Bills jumped out to a quick 10-0 lead but Portland was able to sort it out and bounce back to take a 20-10 lead into the break and the extra point was missed on the final touchdown in the half which was huge in the 2nd half. The Bills came out of the break on fire and shut down Portlands offense and had there way with the defense jumping back out in front 24-20(damn extra point) heading to the final quarter. Portland kicked a field goal to make it 24-23 then Buffalo responded with a 3 play touchdown drive to push the lead to 8 with just over 7 minutes left. Christopher Myrick led the Snowhawks down the field and Javorius Allen punched it in to cut the lead to two...unfortunately Larry Donnell was stopped an inch from the goal line on the 2 point conversion and thus Portland found themselves down 2 with 4 Minutes left. On the first play of Buffalo's next drive Spriggs hit Sammy Watkins for an 80 yard touchdown to make it 38-29 with 3:40 left in the game. Myrick again led the Portland offense down the field for a score and kicked the extra point to make it 38-36 with 1:55 left in the game and Portland still had all 3 timeouts. Buffalo ran the ball 3 times and lost 3 yards and were forced to punt with 1:21 left. On the punt return Jaron Vincent got the ball to our own 49 but left the game with Broken Ribs and will miss the next 5 weeks. On the first play from scrimmage Tevita Carroll took the handoff left and was brought down quickly but wait flag down 15 yard penalty for a face mask 2 plays later facing 3rd down Myrick throws a swing pass to Fozzy Whittaker who gets the first and steps out and gets blasted..another 15 yard penalty unnecessary roughness. So Portland had 1st and 10 from the 12 with 58 seconds left. A couple runs up the middle get the special teams out there and boom kick the game winner 39.38 final and the Portland Snowhawks secure there first ever victory as a franchise.

    Christopher Myrick 20-33 292 Yards 4 TD 1 INT
    Javorius Allen 16 Carries 61 Yards 1 TD
    Keenan Allen 6 Catches 137 Yards 2 TD
    Jaron Vincent 4 Catches 76 Yards 2 TD
    James Poteat 8 Tackles(4 for Loss) 1 FF
     
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    Damn, sounds like an exciting finish.
     
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    Recap Since Week 6
    Since Week 6 the Snowhawks have gone 1-2 losing two heartbreakers back to back to New England and Pittsburgh but beat division rival Kansas City last week. Portland sits at 2-6 heading into the Oakland game and have made some adjustments to the lineup. Philip Rivers is back at the helm and just this week the team signed RB Lache Seastrunk who is a very familiar face to Owner Zac Carder who had Seastrunk when he owned the Jaguars. Portland hope to try and push for a wild card spot but it may be to little to late but only time will tell.
     
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    Week 10 Rivers Returns
    Philip Rivers got the start against Oakland this week his first start of the season and the Snowhawks come out on top 28-27 with a late touchdown pass to Larry Donnell with just under a minute to go, The real story of this game is how bad the offense played for most of the game as the defense forced 7 turnovers and we struggled to win the game. The Snowhawks running game finally showed up as newly added Lache Seastrunk ran for over 100 yards with a touchdown. It was a sloppy offensive game but the defense kept us in it hopefully we can get the offense rolling down the stretch but face a very tough Miami team in Week 11.

    Philip Rivers 27-47 397 Yards 2 TD 1 INT
    Lache Seastrunk 21 Carries 124 Yards 1 TD
    Casey Roberts 7 Catches 135 Yards(82 Yard touchdown) 1 TD (5 Drops)

    Denzel Perryman 11 Tackles 2 TFL 1 FF
    Jeremiah Roberson 11 Tackles 3 TFL 1 INT 1 FF
    Weddle/Benjamin/Flowers 1 INT each
     
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    Week 15 Recap
    Its been 5 weeks since the last update my apologies for that as I want to keep everyone updated on Snowhawk Football. Phillip Rivers took over in week 10 and since then the Snowhawks have gone 4-2 which makes the ownership group wonder what if? on if we would have decided to stick with Rivers one more season instead of just the back end of this season but oh well.

    This week we took on the New York Jets and it was a wild game as we jumped out to an early 17-0 lead but the Jets were
    resilient and cut the lead to 3 at the half down 17-14. The second half started out as a grind as both defenses were playing lights out. Portland was able to stretch there lead to 24-14 after Philip Rivers hit Keenan Allen for a 39 yard gain that got Portland inside the Jets 10 and on the next play Rivers rewarded Allen with a touchdown pass. The Jets responded with back to back field goals to pull it to 24-20 in the 4th and the Snowhawk offense had been stagnant since the Allen touchdown pass but finally were able to get things going again and Lache Seastrunk capped off the best drive of the game with a touchdown to make it 31-20. Then disaster struck for the Jets on there next drive as they just crossed the 50 and were in Portland territory when they fumbled the ball away and the Snowhawks recovered. Two plays later Lache Seastrunk broke off a 49 yard touchdown run to push the lead to 38-20 and sealing the game up. The first play of the Jets next drive was an interception by James Poteat and then kneel downs by the offense. Good Game McStrauss

    QB Philip Rivers 9-16 180 Yards 2 TD 1 INT
    RB Lache Seastrunk 18 Carries 121 Yards 2 TD 2 Rec 72 Yards 1 TD
    WR Keenan Allen 3 Rec 55 Yards 1 TD
    OLB James Poteat 7 Tackles 2 INT 1 TD
    SS Antuan Benjamin 3 Tackles 1 INT 1FF
    DT Devin McKay 3 Tackles 1 Sack 1 FF
     
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    Offseason 2017

    Free Agency Signings

    WR Jarrett Boykin
    FS Jimmie Ward
    RB Matt Jones
    WR Mike Wallace(Cut)
    WR Brandon Marshall

    Draft Class(That made the roster)

    QB Jordan Watkins
    WR Rashad Dobbins
    LT Phillip Hankins
    DT Soma Sampson
    WR DeMarcus Gregory
    C Grayson Dorsey
    DT Jarvaris Parker

    Trades

    Portland/Indy Trade

    WR Keenan Allen, (#16,#18) First Round Picks
    for
    WR Donte Moncrief, #2 Pick 2018 1st Rounder, 2019 2nd Rounder

    Portland/Minnesota Trade
    DT Danny Shelton
    for
    2018 2nd Round Pick and 2019 3rd Round Pick

    Portland/Cleveland Trade
    2019 2nd Round and 2019 3rd Round Pick
    for
    G Cameron Erving

    So far its been a good offseason for Portland and they look to make the playoffs in the sim season and get throught another offseason. Go Hawks!!
     
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    2019 Portland Snowhawks
    After a rough 4-12 season last year the Snowhawks are looking to make a run at the AFC West and dethrone the Denver Broncos and make there first playoff game since the beginning of the cycle. Here are the starters for the 2019 Portland Snowhawks.

    Offense

    QB-Jordan Watkins
    Watkins will begin his 2nd season after a decent rookie campaign that saw him throw for 3,831 Yards with 17 Touchdowns and 20 Interceptions. Portland fans are looking for big things from Watkins this season and many think he will deliver.

    HB/FB- Lenard Duncan, Lache Seastrunk, and Lonnie Pryor
    This offseason Portland was able to add Duncan through free agency and he will
    immediately come in and be the starter with Seastrunk being the change of pace back. It may be possible to see Portland have two 1,000 yard rushers this season. Pryor returns for his 4th season as a Snowhawk and looks to lead the way for Duncan and Seastrunk.

    WR- Donte Moncrief, Rashad Dobbins, Demarcus Gregory, Jaron Vincent, Heston Wright
    After sending Keenan Allen to Indy for Moncrief and the pick that got Portland Jordan Watkins the Snowhawks received a lot of criticism for the move from fans as we traded a true #1 receiver for a slot or #2. Moncrief will look to prove them all wrong and prove he is #1 WR caliber. Rashad Dobbins will start his 2nd season as the teams #2 and as we wait on waivers to clear Jaron Vincent will be in the slot.

    TE- Julius Thomas, Casey Roberts, and Larry Donnell
    After acquiring Julius Thomas this offseason it was clear the ownership was trying to get Watkins a security blanket after Casey Roberts has been hit and miss when it comes to catching the ball but now he can sit behind Thomas and get better. This is the best group of tight ends in the league.

    T- Deandre Riley and Phillip Hankins
    Hankins also starts his 2nd season and Riley is in the final year of his rookie contract and Portland ownership has made it a priority to get a long term extension worked out with Mr. Riley.

    G-Cameron Erving and DJ Fluker
    Fluker is one of the 2 remaining original Chargers on the team and will retire a Snowhawk and after a lot of back and forth and taking it off the table and putting it back on we were able to get a deal done with Cleveland to get Cameron Erving in Portland which is another FSU player on Portland and that makes the owner really happy. Go Noles!!

    C- Orlando Franklin
    Franklin started as a guard moved to tackle last season and this season will be starting at center. Franklin is also the other player from the original Chargers team and rumors are circulating that this may be his final season in Portland and the NFL.

    Defense

    DE- Will Barr and Arik Armstead
    This dynamic duo will look to wreak havoc on opposing quarterbacks this year as this two are due for a break out season and with the interior of the D-line rebuffed they will get a lot of 1 on 1 matchups.

    DT- Nick Fairley, Soma Sampson, Devin McKay, Eddie Goldman
    Nothing against McKay and Sampson but we needed to bring in a solid veteran to run the D-line and Fairley is that guy. Sampson looks to build on a very solid rookie season while Devin McKay works to get better and will hopefully learn from Fairley. Goldman another Nole was added for depth and will only play if someone gets injured or needs a rest.

    LB's- Shaq Thompson, James Poteat, and Jeremiah Roberson
    This is the group I am most excited about especially after adding Shaq Thompson this offseason and moving Poteat to middle linebacker after sending Denzel Perryman to Houston. I cannot express how excited I am for this group and can not wait to see them shutting teams down.

    CB's- Marcus Peters, Desean Cooper, Jalen Collins, Jeremy Lane, Senquez Golson

    After letting Brandon Flowers walk in free agency we were able to add Marcus Peters and then added Desean Cooper in the draft. Jalen Collins and Jeremy Lane will battle it out for the nickel corner spot while Senquez Golson was added for depth and special teams.

    FS/SS- Lamarcus Joyner and Antuan Benjamin

    Joyner was added in free agency as well and is the smallest safety in the league but that doesn't stop him from lowering the boom on a unsuspecting wide receiver running over the middle. Antuan Benjamin is another player the Snowhawks will look to lock up long term as he is also in the final year of his rookie deal.

    Special Teams- K Dustin Hopkins and P Drew Hopkins
    The Hopkins brothers run the special teams in Portland after adding Dustin this offseason to help out our kicking game.

    Season Prediction: 9-7
    I predict we go 9-7 and win the AFC West but it will come down to the final week between all 4 teams but with Portland coming out on top.

    Can't wait to get this season started because I am ready to play with this team and hopefully start winning some games. Go Snowhawks!!!

     
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    Welcome Back Snowhawk Fans
    Week 1 has come and gone and your Snowhawks are 1-0 after beating divisional rival Kansas City 31-24 in KC. Second year players QB Jordan Watkins and WR Rashad Dobbins had a fantastic week one as the two connected for two touchdowns on the day. A new comer to the offense that was acquired during Free Agency was HB Lenard Duncan who had himself a pretty solid debut with the team rushing for 84 yards and a score. The story of this game was no mistakes by Portland and great O-line play. In the end it got scary as Kansas City had the ball twice only down 7 but failed to tie it up. Great game bjbdahitman look forward to our matchup in week 14.

    Jordan Watkins 12-16 251 Yards 3 TD
    Lenard Duncan 22 Car 84 Yards 1 TD
    Rashad Dobbins 5 Rec 106 Yards 2 TD
    Lamarcus Joyner 9 Tackles 2 INT
     
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