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2023.05.28 21:56 BigBossD4wg Mortal Kombat references in rap (a comprehensive list)

Character References
Cassie Cage:
Bahamas - A$AP Mob

Erron Black:
Underworld - ShittyBoyz

Kush Ups - Snoop Dogg

Activate - Rae Sremmurd
Contraband - Migos
fafo - Zack Fox

Johnny Cage:
Betrayal - Trippie Redd
Chain Music - Wale
China Town - Migos
Do U Love Me - Young Thug
How Ya Kno - YoungBoy Never Broke Again
Knuck If You Buck - Crime Mob
Living My Life - Famous Dex
Meh - Playboi Carti
Racks Today - Key Glock
RMP - Trippie Redd
Signs of Jealousy - Lil Skies
Super Fake - Moneybagg Yo
Zombie Walk - Desiigner

Life vs. Livin' - XV
Silicone - Esham

Bakers Man - Migos
Kitana - Princess Nokia

Kotal Kahn:
Hit the Ground Running - Tech N9ne

Kung Lao:
Thor's Hammer Worthy - DJ Scheme

Lui Kang:
Fuck It Off - Tee Grizzly
Gift Shop - Usher
GOSHA - $not
King Tut - B.o.B.
Matt Hardy 999 - Trippie Redd
Secure The Bag - Lil Uzi Vert
Shabba - A$AP Ferg

Noob Saibot:
Count For Nothing - Royce Da 5'9"
Draymond - Sada Baby
Phantoms - CZARFACE
Sarcophagus - $uicideboy$

Quan Chi:
Aunt Pat - SahBabii

1, 2, 1, 2 - Method Man
BIGGEST BIRD - Trippie Redd
CAROLMART - Denzel Curry
KILLIONAIRE - Trippie Redd
That Ain't Me - Lil Wayne
The Crow - Montana of 300
Whoopty Fucking Do - BabyTron

Bad - Remix - Wale
Bruuuh - JID
Melly the Menace - YNW Melly
Singing to the Cheese - Chief Keef

Shang Tsung:
Lakers vs Rockets - Westside Gunn
PERCS PERCZ - Denzel Curry
Shang Tsung - Montana of 300

Shao Kahn:
Finished - ShittyBoys

Sonya Blade:
Rolling 110 Deep - DJ Kay Slay

7 Sign - Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
Check - Young Thug
Fight To Win - Your Favorite Martian
Mural - Lupe Fiasco
Soul Food - Logic
Stay High - Juice WRLD
vent - Baby Keem

Ask Courtney - Flatbush Zombies
Bars - Migos
Can You Rap Like Me? - Trippie Redd
Kush Coma - Danny Brown
That's All I Have - Lil Wayne
U Deserve It - Trippie Redd

Finish Him/Her:
A Death in the Ocean Would Be Beautiful - $uicideboy$
Childs Play - SZA
Krazy - Kash Doll
She Gon Wink - Takeoff

Round One:
Nuketown - Ski Mask The Slump God

Mortal Kombat:
13th FlooGrowing Old - Outkast
101 FM - Little Simz
Beat A N*gga Block - YNW Melly
Cheap Ass Weave - Cardi B
Dat Side - CyHi
Diablo - Mac Miller
Don't Start - Bizzy Banks
Miami - Nicki Minaj
Mortal Combat - Soul Kid Klik
Mortal Kombat - Pivot Gang
Off the Wall! - XXXTENTACION
Oomps Revenge Pt. 2 - Trippie Redd
The Race - Wiz Khalifa
Triumph - Wu-Tang Clan

Album Filled with Samples:
BLVCKLVND Rvdix 66.6 - SpaceGhostPurrp

Theme Song Sample:
Cases - Yo Gotti

Songs with simply far too many references:
Fatality - C-Mob
Immortal - 21 Savage

Most Referenced Character:
Johnny Cage - 13

Most References Made:
Trippie Redd - 8

Playlist W/ All Songs

Songs with multiple references were categorized either by the most unique reference made (i.e., Bahamas - A$AP Mob mentioning both Kitana & Cassandra, being Cassie's only reference) or by first reference made (a lot of rappers figured out Lui Kang rhymes with Johnny Cage). This is to make it easier to find a song with your favorite character in it and prevent overly specific categories. Many Mortal Kombat terminology and characters are common words (fatality, scorpion, subzero etc.), and had to be meticulously checked personally by me to see if they are true references or coincidences. Drake talks about a plethora of Scorpio(n(s)), plenty street rappers have seen fatalities, and even Big Daddy Kane has a song titled 'Mortal Combat' three years prior to the first game even existing. If I missed anything, please let me know in the comments.
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2023.05.27 09:58 WWE_Network_Bot This Day in History: 05/27/2023

The following events happened on this day in history!
What event was your favorite in this list?
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2023.05.26 23:21 el3ctricblue RFA/UFA Salary Predictions

Just for fun, I did a little scraping and ML to generate predicted salaries for RFA and UFA skaters (didn't do goalies). There may be some strange or unexpected results.
Edit: Revised results from new model (details in comment) = Google Sheets Link
Player Position Team Age Type Cap Hit Length Total Value
Jesper Bratt RW, LW NJD 24 Standard $8,900,000 6 $53,400,000
Alex DeBrincat LW, RW OTT 25 Standard $8,600,000 8 $68,800,000
Pierre-Luc Dubois C WPG 25 Standard $7,800,000 7 $54,600,000
Patrick Kane RW NYR 34 Standard $7,700,000 4 $30,800,000
Timo Meier LW, RW NJD 26 Standard $7,500,000 6 $45,000,000
Vladimir Tarasenko RW NYR 31 Standard $7,400,000 5 $37,000,000
Trevor Zegras C, LW ANA 22 Standard $7,300,000 6 $43,800,000
Vince Dunn LD/RD SEA 26 Standard $7,200,000 6 $43,200,000
Dmitry Orlov LD BOS 31 Standard $7,100,000 5 $35,500,000
Oscar Klefbom LD EDM 29 Standard $7,100,000 6 $42,600,000
Cole Caufield LW MTL 22 Standard $6,800,000 6 $40,800,000
Shayne Gostisbehere LD/RD CAR 30 Standard $6,600,000 6 $39,600,000
Damon Severson RD NJD 28 Standard $6,500,000 6 $39,000,000
Tyler Bertuzzi LW, RW BOS 28 Standard $6,300,000 5 $31,500,000
Bowen Byram LD/RD COL 22 Standard $6,300,000 6 $37,800,000
Sean Monahan C, LW, RW MTL 28 Standard $5,600,000 7 $39,200,000
Ryan Graves LD NJD 28 Standard $5,600,000 4 $22,400,000
Matt Dumba RD MIN 28 Standard $5,600,000 4 $22,400,000
Troy Terry RW ANA 25 Standard $5,500,000 4 $22,000,000
Ryan O'Reilly C TOR 32 Standard $5,500,000 3 $16,500,000
Jason Zucker LW, RW PIT 31 Standard $5,300,000 4 $21,200,000
John Klingberg RD MIN 30 Standard $5,300,000 4 $21,200,000
Alex Killorn RW, LW TBL 33 Standard $5,200,000 4 $20,800,000
Patrice Bergeron C BOS 37 35+ $5,100,000 1 $5,100,000
J.T. Compher C, RW COL 28 Standard $5,100,000 5 $25,500,000
Vladislav Gavrikov LD LAK 27 Standard $5,100,000 4 $20,400,000
Evan Bouchard RD EDM 23 Standard $4,900,000 5 $24,500,000
Max Domi C, LW DAL 28 Standard $4,800,000 5 $24,000,000
Ivan Barbashev LW, C VGK 27 Standard $4,800,000 4 $19,200,000
David Krejci C BOS 37 35+ $4,700,000 1 $4,700,000
Jonathan Drouin C, LW MTL 28 Standard $4,700,000 5 $23,500,000
Alexis Lafrenière LW, RW NYR 21 Standard $4,700,000 5 $23,500,000
Brian Dumoulin LD PIT 31 Standard $4,700,000 4 $18,800,000
Tomas Tatar LW, RW NJD 32 Standard $4,600,000 2 $9,200,000
Michael Bunting LW TOR 27 Standard $4,500,000 4 $18,000,000
K'Andre Miller LD NYR 23 Standard $4,500,000 5 $22,500,000
Jonathan Toews C CHI 35 35+ $4,400,000 2 $8,800,000
Oskar Sundqvist RW, C MIN 29 Standard $4,300,000 4 $17,200,000
Matias Maccelli LW ARI 22 Standard $4,100,000 5 $20,500,000
Carson Soucy LD/RD SEA 28 Standard $4,100,000 3 $12,300,000
Max Pacioretty LW CAR 34 Standard $4,000,000 2 $8,000,000
Andreas Athanasiou LW, RW CHI 28 Standard $4,000,000 3 $12,000,000
Alexander Kerfoot LW, RW TOR 28 Standard $4,000,000 4 $16,000,000
Connor Brown RW, LW WSH 29 Standard $4,000,000 3 $12,000,000
Andreas Johnsson LW, RW SJS 28 Standard $3,700,000 4 $14,800,000
Joonas Donskoi RW SEA 31 Standard $3,700,000 3 $11,100,000
Evan Rodrigues C, LW COL 29 Standard $3,600,000 3 $10,800,000
Pierre Engvall RW, LW NYI 27 Standard $3,600,000 3 $10,800,000
Nick Ritchie LW CGY 27 Standard $3,600,000 4 $14,400,000
Ethan Bear RD VAN 26 Standard $3,600,000 3 $10,800,000
Erik Johnson RD COL 35 35+ $3,600,000 3 $10,800,000
Erik Haula C, LW NJD 32 Standard $3,400,000 3 $10,200,000
Kevin Shattenkirk RD ANA 34 Standard $3,400,000 3 $10,200,000
John Moore LD ANA 32 Standard $3,400,000 3 $10,200,000
Gustav Nyquist LW, RW MIN 33 Standard $3,200,000 1 $3,200,000
Scott Mayfield RD NYI 30 Standard $3,200,000 4 $12,800,000
Justin Holl RD TOR 31 Standard $3,200,000 3 $9,600,000
James van Riemsdyk LW, RW PHI 34 Standard $3,100,000 3 $9,300,000
Yegor Sharangovich LW, RW, C NJD 25 Standard $3,000,000 3 $9,000,000
Jake Gardiner LD CAR 33 Standard $3,000,000 2 $6,000,000
Milan Lucic LW, RW CGY 35 35+ $3,000,000 1 $3,000,000
Teddy Blueger C, LW VGK 28 Standard $2,900,000 3 $8,700,000
Dmitry Kulikov LD/RD PIT 32 Standard $2,900,000 2 $5,800,000
Radko Gudas RD FLA 33 Standard $2,900,000 2 $5,800,000
Zemgus Girgensons LW, C BUF 29 Standard $2,900,000 3 $8,700,000
Pius Suter C, LW DET 27 Standard $2,800,000 3 $8,400,000
Adam Erne LW, RW DET 28 Standard $2,800,000 3 $8,400,000
Denis Gurianov RW, LW MTL 26 Standard $2,800,000 2 $5,600,000
Gabriel Vilardi RW, C LAK 23 Standard $2,700,000 4 $10,800,000
Ian Cole LD/RD TBL 34 Standard $2,700,000 2 $5,400,000
Jesse Puljujärvi RW CAR 25 Standard $2,700,000 3 $8,100,000
Vladislav Namestnikov LW, RW, C WPG 30 Standard $2,600,000 3 $7,800,000
Maxime Comtois LW ANA 24 Standard $2,600,000 3 $7,800,000
Craig Smith RW, C WSH 33 Standard $2,600,000 3 $7,800,000
Akito Hirose LD VAN 24 Standard $2,600,000 4 $10,400,000
Conor Sheary LW, RW WSH 31 Standard $2,500,000 2 $5,000,000
Evgeni Dadonov RW, LW DAL 34 Standard $2,500,000 2 $5,000,000
Caleb Jones LD/RD CHI 26 Standard $2,500,000 2 $5,000,000
Erik Gustafsson LD TOR 31 Standard $2,400,000 4 $9,600,000
Jesper Fast RW CAR 31 Standard $2,400,000 3 $7,200,000
Travis Hamonic RD OTT 32 Standard $2,400,000 2 $4,800,000
Jake Livingstone RD NSH 24 Standard $2,400,000 4 $9,600,000
Niko Mikkola LD NYR 27 Standard $2,400,000 2 $4,800,000
Phil Kessel RW VGK 35 35+ $2,300,000 2 $4,600,000
Morgan Geekie C, RW SEA 24 Standard $2,300,000 3 $6,900,000
Derek Grant LW, C ANA 33 Standard $2,300,000 2 $4,600,000
Tyson Jost C BUF 25 Standard $2,300,000 3 $6,900,000
Vinnie Hinostroza RW, LW BUF 29 Standard $2,200,000 3 $6,600,000
Nick Holden LD OTT 36 35+ $2,200,000 2 $4,400,000
Richard Pánik LW, RW NYI 32 Standard $2,200,000 2 $4,400,000
Noah Cates C, LW PHI 24 Standard $2,100,000 2 $4,200,000
Ross Colton LW, C TBL 26 Standard $2,100,000 2 $4,200,000
Miles Wood LW NJD 27 Standard $2,100,000 3 $6,300,000
Luke Schenn RD TOR 33 Standard $2,100,000 3 $6,300,000
Oliver Wahlstrom RW NYI 23 Standard $2,000,000 2 $4,000,000
Shane Pinto C OTT 22 Standard $2,000,000 2 $4,000,000
Jordan Oesterle LD/RD DET 31 Standard $2,000,000 3 $6,000,000
Brendan Lemieux LW, RW PHI 27 Standard $2,000,000 2 $4,000,000
Ondrej Kase RW CAR 27 Standard $2,000,000 3 $6,000,000
Morgan Frost C PHI 24 Standard $1,900,000 2 $3,800,000
Nick Foligno LW, C, RW BOS 35 35+ $1,900,000 2 $3,800,000
Garnet Hathaway RW, LW BOS 31 Standard $1,900,000 3 $5,700,000
Patric Hörnqvist RW FLA 36 35+ $1,900,000 1 $1,900,000
Trent Frederic LW, RW BOS 25 Standard $1,800,000 2 $3,600,000
Tomas Nosek C, LW BOS 30 Standard $1,800,000 2 $3,600,000
Brett Howden C, LW VGK 25 Standard $1,800,000 2 $3,600,000
Ryan Reaves RW MIN 36 35+ $1,800,000 2 $3,600,000
Cody Glass C NSH 24 Standard $1,700,000 2 $3,400,000
Alex Newhook LW, C COL 22 Standard $1,700,000 2 $3,400,000
Tyler Motte LW, RW NYR 28 Standard $1,700,000 2 $3,400,000
Chris Wagner RW, C BOS 32 Standard $1,700,000 3 $5,100,000
Travis Dermott LD/RD VAN 26 Standard $1,700,000 2 $3,400,000
Calen Addison RD MIN 23 Standard $1,600,000 3 $4,800,000
Ryan Donato LW, C SEA 27 Standard $1,600,000 3 $4,800,000
Anders Bjork LW, RW CHI 26 Standard $1,600,000 3 $4,800,000
Nick Bonino C, LW PIT 35 35+ $1,600,000 2 $3,200,000
Derek Ryan C, RW EDM 36 35+ $1,600,000 2 $3,200,000
Connor Mackey LD ARI 26 Standard $1,600,000 2 $3,200,000
Vitali Kravtsov LW, RW VAN 23 Standard $1,600,000 2 $3,200,000
Austin Watson RW, LW OTT 31 Standard $1,600,000 2 $3,200,000
Jamie Drysdale RD ANA 21 Standard $1,600,000 4 $6,400,000
Mattias Janmark LW, RW EDM 30 Standard $1,500,000 2 $3,000,000
Christian Fischer RW, LW ARI 26 Standard $1,500,000 2 $3,000,000
Corey Perry RW TBL 38 35+ $1,500,000 1 $1,500,000
Connor Clifton RD BOS 28 Standard $1,500,000 2 $3,000,000
Declan Chisholm LD/RD WPG 23 Standard $1,500,000 2 $3,000,000
William Borgen RD SEA 26 Standard $1,500,000 2 $3,000,000
Jacob Christiansen LD/RD CBJ 23 Standard $1,500,000 2 $3,000,000
Logan Stanley LD WPG 25 Standard $1,500,000 2 $3,000,000
Luke Glendening C, RW, LW DAL 34 Standard $1,500,000 2 $3,000,000
Rafaël Harvey-Pinard LW MTL 24 Standard $1,400,000 2 $2,800,000
Sam Steel C, LW MIN 25 Standard $1,400,000 2 $2,800,000
Lucas Carlsson LD FLA 25 Standard $1,400,000 2 $2,800,000
Paul Stastny C, LW CAR 37 35+ $1,400,000 1 $1,400,000
Carl Hagelin LW WSH 34 Standard $1,400,000 2 $2,800,000
Lars Eller C COL 34 Standard $1,400,000 2 $2,800,000
Martin Fehérváry LD/RD WSH 23 Standard $1,400,000 2 $2,800,000
Tanner Jeannot RW, LW TBL 26 Standard $1,400,000 1 $1,400,000
Slater Koekkoek LD/RD EDM 29 Standard $1,400,000 2 $2,800,000
Cam York LD/RD PHI 22 Standard $1,300,000 2 $2,600,000
Danton Heinen LW, RW PIT 27 Standard $1,300,000 2 $2,600,000
David Kämpf C TOR 28 Standard $1,300,000 2 $2,600,000
Michael Mcleod C NJD 25 Standard $1,300,000 2 $2,600,000
Ian Mitchell RD CHI 24 Standard $1,300,000 2 $2,600,000
Paul Byron LW, RW MTL 34 Standard $1,300,000 2 $2,600,000
Samuel Bolduc LD NYI 22 Standard $1,300,000 2 $2,600,000
Austin Wagner RW, LW CHI 26 Standard $1,300,000 2 $2,600,000
Gustav Lindström RD DET 24 Standard $1,300,000 2 $2,600,000
Marcus Bjork RD CBJ 25 Standard $1,300,000 2 $2,600,000
Reilly Walsh RD NJD 24 Standard $1,300,000 2 $2,600,000
Daniel Sprong RW, LW SEA 26 Standard $1,200,000 1 $1,200,000
Michael Carcone LW, C ARI 27 Standard $1,200,000 3 $3,600,000
Zach Parise LW NYI 38 35+ $1,200,000 1 $1,200,000
Ryan McLeod C EDM 23 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Gemel Smith C TBL 29 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Nick Bjugstad C, RW EDM 30 Standard $1,200,000 1 $1,200,000
Scott Perunovich LD STL 24 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Jack McBain C, LW ARI 23 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Morgan Barron LW, C, RW WPG 24 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Noel Acciari C, RW TOR 31 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Trevor Carrick LD TBL 28 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Gavin Bayreuther LD/RD CBJ 29 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Jujhar Khaira LW, C CHI 28 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Nolan Patrick C, RW VGK 24 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Erik Brännström LD/RD OTT 23 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Calvin De Haan LD/RD CAR 32 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Michael Stone RD CGY 33 Standard $1,200,000 1 $1,200,000
Radim Zohorna C, LW, RW TOR 27 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Rhett Gardner C, LW DAL 27 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Alexandre Carrier RD NSH 26 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Dylan Coghlan RD CAR 25 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Zachary Jones LD NYR 22 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Kevin Bahl LD NJD 23 Standard $1,200,000 2 $2,400,000
Matthew Phillips C CGY 25 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Nathan Bastian RW, C NJD 25 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Klim Kostin LW, RW EDM 24 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Egor Sokolov LW OTT 23 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Kole Lind RW SEA 24 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Pavel Dorofeyev C VGK 22 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Mac Hollowell RD TOR 24 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Noah Gregor LW, RW SJS 24 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Pontus Holmberg C TOR 24 Standard $1,100,000 1 $1,100,000
Connor Carrick RD BOS 29 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Ryan Carpenter RW, C NYR 32 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Ty Smith LD/RD PIT 23 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Leon Gawanke LD/RD WPG 24 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Brady Lyle RD STL 24 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Colin White RW, C FLA 26 Standard $1,100,000 1 $1,100,000
Zack MacEwen RW, C LAK 26 Standard $1,100,000 1 $1,100,000
Ronnie Attard RD PHI 24 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Tyler Tucker LD/RD STL 23 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Alexander Edler LD LAK 37 35+ $1,100,000 1 $1,100,000
Chase Priskie RD ANA 27 Standard $1,100,000 1 $1,100,000
Cal Foote RD NSH 24 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Dylan Samberg LD WPG 24 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Nicolas Meloche RD CGY 25 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Jack Johnson LD COL 36 35+ $1,100,000 1 $1,100,000
Sean Day LD TBL 25 Standard $1,100,000 1 $1,100,000
Tim Berni LD CBJ 23 Standard $1,100,000 2 $2,200,000
Trey Fix-Wolansky RW CBJ 24 Standard $1,000,000 1 $1,000,000
Eric Staal C FLA 38 35+ $1,000,000 1 $1,000,000
Jesse Ylönen RW, LW MTL 23 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Derick Brassard C, LW OTT 35 35+ $1,000,000 1 $1,000,000
Philipp Kurashev LW, C, RW CHI 23 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Fabian Zetterlund RW SJS 23 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Ty Dellandrea RW, C DAL 22 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Maxime Lajoie LD CAR 25 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Derrick Pouliot LD SJS 29 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Joe Hicketts LD MIN 27 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Julien Gauthier RW OTT 25 Standard $1,000,000 1 $1,000,000
Nicolas Beaudin LD MTL 23 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Devin Shore LW, RW EDM 28 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Benjamin Gleason LD DAL 25 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Marc Staal LD FLA 36 35+ $1,000,000 1 $1,000,000
Pierre-Édouard Bellemare C, LW TBL 38 35+ $1,000,000 1 $1,000,000
Robert Hägg LD DET 28 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Dylan Gambrell C OTT 26 Standard $1,000,000 1 $1,000,000
Kieffer Bellows LW, RW PHI 25 Standard $1,000,000 1 $1,000,000
Rasmus Asplund LW, C NSH 25 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Troy Stecher RD CGY 29 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Fredrik Olofsson LW DAL 27 Standard $1,000,000 1 $1,000,000
Joel Kiviranta RW, LW DAL 27 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Nathan Beaulieu LD/RD ANA 30 Standard $1,000,000 2 $2,000,000
Lawrence Pilut LD BUF 27 Standard $990,000 1 $990,000
Alec Regula RD CHI 22 Standard $990,000 1 $990,000
Anthony Richard LW, RW MTL 26 Standard $980,000 2 $1,960,000
Filip Hållander C PIT 23 Standard $980,000 1 $980,000
Ryan Poehling LW, C PIT 24 Standard $980,000 2 $1,960,000
Connor Corcoran RD VGK 22 Standard $980,000 1 $980,000
Axel Andersson RD ANA 23 Standard $980,000 2 $1,960,000
Isaac Ratcliffe LW NSH 24 Standard $970,000 1 $970,000
Lane Pederson C CBJ 25 Standard $950,000 2 $1,900,000
Scott Harrington LD ANA 30 Standard $950,000 2 $1,900,000
Karson Kuhlman RW WPG 27 Standard $950,000 1 $950,000
Wayne Simmonds RW, LW TOR 34 Standard $950,000 1 $950,000
Libor Hájek LD NYR 25 Standard $950,000 2 $1,900,000
Jacob Bernard-Docker RD OTT 23 Standard $950,000 2 $1,900,000
Dominik Bokk LW, RW CAR 23 Standard $940,000 2 $1,880,000
Drew O'Connor LW PIT 25 Standard $940,000 1 $940,000
Mathias Emilio Pettersen C CGY 23 Standard $940,000 1 $940,000
Grigori Denisenko LW, RW FLA 23 Standard $940,000 2 $1,880,000
Logan Brown C, LW STL 25 Standard $940,000 1 $940,000
Dryden Hunt LW, RW CGY 27 Standard $940,000 2 $1,880,000
Max Willman LW PHI 28 Standard $940,000 2 $1,880,000
Alex Belzile C, RW MTL 31 Standard $930,000 2 $1,860,000
Jesper Frödén RW SEA 28 Standard $930,000 1 $930,000
Joey Anderson RW CHI 25 Standard $930,000 2 $1,860,000
Joshua Dunne C CBJ 24 Standard $930,000 1 $930,000
William Lagesson LD CAR 27 Standard $930,000 1 $930,000
Ryan Merkley RD COL 22 Standard $930,000 1 $930,000
Lias Andersson C, LW LAK 24 Standard $920,000 2 $1,840,000
Andrew Cogliano LW COL 36 35+ $920,000 1 $920,000
Dmitri Samorukov LD STL 24 Standard $920,000 2 $1,840,000
Brandon Scanlin LD NYR 24 Standard $920,000 2 $1,840,000
Vinni Lettieri C, RW BOS 28 Standard $910,000 2 $1,820,000
Jacob Peterson LW, C SJS 23 Standard $910,000 2 $1,820,000
Matt Nieto LW, RW COL 30 Standard $910,000 2 $1,820,000
Will Butcher LD DAL 28 Standard $910,000 1 $910,000
Rasmus Kupari C, LW, RW LAK 23 Standard $910,000 1 $910,000
Garrett Pilon C WSH 25 Standard $910,000 1 $910,000
Joona Luoto LW, RW CBJ 25 Standard $910,000 1 $910,000
Ryan Murray LD EDM 29 Standard $910,000 2 $1,820,000
Cavan Fitzgerald LD CAR 26 Standard $910,000 2 $1,820,000
Oskari Laaksonen RD DAL 24 Standard $910,000 2 $1,820,000
Cameron Crotty RD ARI 24 Standard $910,000 2 $1,820,000
Anton Strålman RD BOS 36 35+ $910,000 1 $910,000
Brady Keeper RD VAN 27 Standard $910,000 2 $1,820,000
Alex Chiasson RW DET 32 Standard $900,000 2 $1,800,000
Alex Limoges C, LW WPG 25 Standard $900,000 2 $1,800,000
Jesper Boqvist C, LW, RW NJD 24 Standard $900,000 1 $900,000
Nils Höglander LW, RW VAN 22 Standard $900,000 2 $1,800,000
Joseph Veleno C DET 23 Standard $900,000 1 $900,000
Riley Tufte LW DAL 25 Standard $900,000 2 $1,800,000
Brandon Duhaime RW, LW MIN 26 Standard $900,000 2 $1,800,000
Kale Clague LD/RD BUF 25 Standard $900,000 1 $900,000
Gabriel Carlsson LD WSH 26 Standard $900,000 1 $900,000
Jasper Weatherby C DET 25 Standard $900,000 1 $900,000
Riley Barber RW DAL 29 Standard $890,000 1 $890,000
Mason Shaw LW, C MIN 24 Standard $890,000 1 $890,000
Jack Ahcan LD BOS 26 Standard $890,000 2 $1,780,000
Matt Filipe C, LW BOS 25 Standard $890,000 1 $890,000
Olli Juolevi LD ANA 25 Standard $890,000 2 $1,780,000
Matt Irwin LD/RD WSH 35 35+ $890,000 1 $890,000
Axel Jonsson-Fjällby LW WPG 25 Standard $880,000 2 $1,760,000
John Hayden C, RW SEA 28 Standard $880,000 2 $1,760,000
Trevor Lewis RW, C CGY 36 35+ $880,000 1 $880,000
Patrick Brown C, RW OTT 31 Standard $880,000 2 $1,760,000
Bobby Nardella LD WSH 27 Standard $880,000 2 $1,760,000
Jeffrey Viel LW SJS 26 Standard $880,000 2 $1,760,000
Zach Aston-Reese LW, RW TOR 28 Standard $880,000 1 $880,000
Casey Fitzgerald RD FLA 26 Standard $880,000 2 $1,760,000
Zachary Sanford LW, RW NSH 28 Standard $870,000 1 $870,000
Justin Bailey RW EDM 28 Standard $870,000 1 $870,000
Viktor Lodin C, LW OTT 24 Standard $870,000 2 $1,740,000
Mark Pysyk RD DET 31 Standard $870,000 1 $870,000
Connor Bunnaman C, LW FLA 25 Standard $870,000 2 $1,740,000
Ty Emberson RD NYR 23 Standard $870,000 2 $1,740,000
Wyatt Aamodt LD COL 25 Standard $870,000 1 $870,000
Valtteri Puustinen LW PIT 24 Standard $860,000 2 $1,720,000
Raphael Lavoie RW, C EDM 22 Standard $860,000 2 $1,720,000
Michael Del Zotto LD ANA 33 Standard $860,000 1 $860,000
Mikhail Maltsev C, LW COL 25 Standard $860,000 1 $860,000
Mathieu Olivier RW CBJ 26 Standard $860,000 2 $1,720,000
Jeremy Davies LD BUF 26 Standard $860,000 1 $860,000
Sampo Ranta LW COL 23 Standard $860,000 1 $860,000
John Ludvig LD FLA 22 Standard $860,000 2 $1,720,000
Dylan McIlrath RD WSH 31 Standard $860,000 2 $1,720,000
Nick Wolff LD BOS 26 Standard $860,000 2 $1,720,000
Wyatt Newpower RD DET 25 Standard $860,000 2 $1,720,000
Bode Wilde RD NYI 23 Standard $860,000 2 $1,720,000
Brett Murray LW BUF 24 Standard $850,000 1 $850,000
Jaret Anderson-Dolan C, LW, RW LAK 23 Standard $850,000 1 $850,000
Tim Gettinger LW, RW NYR 25 Standard $850,000 1 $850,000
Michael Pezzetta LW, RW MTL 25 Standard $850,000 1 $850,000
Jared McIsaac LD DET 23 Standard $850,000 2 $1,700,000
Jonathan Aspirot LD OTT 24 Standard $850,000 2 $1,700,000
Jackson Cates C PHI 25 Standard $850,000 1 $850,000
Jett Woo RD VAN 22 Standard $850,000 1 $850,000
Kai Wissmann RD BOS 26 Standard $850,000 2 $1,700,000
Jerad Rosburg LD DAL 27 Standard $850,000 2 $1,700,000
Joseph Cecconi RD BUF 26 Standard $850,000 2 $1,700,000
Zackary Hayes LD NJD 24 Standard $850,000 2 $1,700,000
Darren Helm C, LW, RW COL 36 35+ $850,000 1 $850,000
Nathan Todd C STL 27 Standard $840,000 2 $1,680,000
Denis Malgin LW, RW COL 26 Standard $840,000 1 $840,000
Justin Dowling C, LW VAN 32 Standard $840,000 2 $1,680,000
Danny O'Regan C, LW DET 29 Standard $840,000 1 $840,000
Malte Stromwall RW CAR 28 Standard $840,000 1 $840,000
Tanner Kero C, LW DAL 30 Standard $840,000 2 $1,680,000
Evgeny Svechnikov LW, RW SJS 26 Standard $840,000 1 $840,000
Ben Meyers LW, C COL 24 Standard $840,000 1 $840,000
Nicholas Caamano LW, RW DAL 24 Standard $840,000 1 $840,000
Chase Pearson C DET 25 Standard $840,000 1 $840,000
Max Gildon LD FLA 24 Standard $840,000 2 $1,680,000
Cale Fleury RD SEA 24 Standard $840,000 2 $1,680,000
Filip Král LD TOR 23 Standard $840,000 1 $840,000
Kristians Rubins LD CGY 25 Standard $840,000 2 $1,680,000
Dmitri Semykin LD TBL 23 Standard $840,000 2 $1,680,000
Nick Abruzzese LW, C TOR 24 Standard $830,000 2 $1,660,000
Alexey Toropchenko LW, RW STL 24 Standard $830,000 1 $830,000
Benoit-Olivier Groulx C ANA 23 Standard $830,000 1 $830,000
Kevin Stenlund C, RW WPG 26 Standard $830,000 1 $830,000
Madison Bowey RD MTL 28 Standard $830,000 1 $830,000
Noah Juulsen RD VAN 26 Standard $830,000 1 $830,000
Philip Kemp RD EDM 24 Standard $830,000 2 $1,660,000
Wyatte Wylie RD PHI 23 Standard $830,000 2 $1,660,000
Peter Diliberatore LD PIT 23 Standard $830,000 2 $1,660,000
Martin Kaut RW SJS 23 Standard $820,000 1 $820,000
Joona Koppanen LW, C BOS 25 Standard $820,000 1 $820,000
Jonah Gadjovich LW, RW SJS 24 Standard $820,000 1 $820,000
Martin Pospisil RW CGY 23 Standard $820,000 1 $820,000
C.J. Suess LW SJS 29 Standard $820,000 1 $820,000
Tyler Madden C LAK 23 Standard $820,000 1 $820,000
Marc McLaughlin C BOS 23 Standard $820,000 1 $820,000
Scott Reedy C DAL 24 Standard $820,000 1 $820,000
Corey Schueneman LD/RD MTL 27 Standard $820,000 2 $1,640,000
Louis Belpedio RD PHI 27 Standard $820,000 1 $820,000
Parker Wotherspoon LD NYI 25 Standard $820,000 2 $1,640,000
Simon Benoit LD ANA 24 Standard $820,000 2 $1,640,000
Colin Swoyer RD PIT 25 Standard $820,000 2 $1,640,000
Kyle Burroughs LD/RD VAN 27 Standard $820,000 2 $1,640,000
Aarne Talvitie C NJD 24 Standard $820,000 1 $820,000
Gustav Olofsson LD SEA 28 Standard $820,000 2 $1,640,000
Nathan Clurman RD COL 25 Standard $820,000 2 $1,640,000
Jérémy Groleau LD NJD 23 Standard $820,000 2 $1,640,000
Josh Jacobs RD COL 27 Standard $820,000 2 $1,640,000
Mason Geertsen LW, LD NJD 28 Standard $820,000 1 $820,000
Aleksi Heponiemi LW, C FLA 24 Standard $810,000 1 $810,000
Fredrik Karlström C DAL 25 Standard $810,000 1 $810,000
Lucas Condotta LW MTL 25 Standard $810,000 1 $810,000
Jakub Galvas LD CHI 24 Standard $810,000 2 $1,620,000
Dakota Mermis LD/RD MIN 29 Standard $810,000 2 $1,620,000
Henrik Borgström C WSH 25 Standard $810,000 1 $810,000
Brayden Pachal RD VGK 23 Standard $810,000 2 $1,620,000
Jacob Larsson LD OTT 26 Standard $810,000 1 $810,000
Givani Smith LW, RW FLA 25 Standard $810,000 1 $810,000
Joshua Maniscalco RD PIT 24 Standard $810,000 1 $810,000
Tobie Paquette-Bisson LD LAK 26 Standard $810,000 1 $810,000
Andreas Englund LD CHI 27 Standard $810,000 1 $810,000
Seth Barton RD DET 23 Standard $810,000 2 $1,620,000
Steven Santini RD STL 28 Standard $810,000 2 $1,620,000
Frédéric Allard RD MTL 25 Standard $810,000 1 $810,000
Matthew Highmore LW, RW STL 27 Standard $800,000 2 $1,600,000
Lukas Rousek RW BUF 24 Standard $800,000 2 $1,600,000
Adam Gaudette C, RW STL 26 Standard $800,000 2 $1,600,000
Olle Lycksell RW PHI 23 Standard $800,000 1 $800,000
Joël Teasdale RW, LW MTL 24 Standard $800,000 1 $800,000
Marian Studenic LW, RW DAL 24 Standard $800,000 1 $800,000
Mitchell Chaffee RW MIN 25 Standard $800,000 1 $800,000
Jimmy Huntington C NSH 24 Standard $800,000 1 $800,000
Josh Archibald RW, LW PIT 30 Standard $800,000 1 $800,000
Markus Nurmi RW, LW NSH 25 Standard $800,000 1 $800,000
Tyler Benson LW, RW EDM 25 Standard $800,000 1 $800,000
Jayce Hawryluk RW, LW NJD 27 Standard $800,000 1 $800,000
Austin Rueschhoff RW NSH 25 Standard $800,000 1 $800,000
Shane Bowers C BOS 23 Standard $800,000 1 $800,000
Taylor Ward RW LAK 25 Standard $800,000 1 $800,000
Victor Mete LD/RD TOR 25 Standard $800,000 1 $800,000
Blade Jenkins LW NYI 22 Standard $800,000 1 $800,000
Tobias Björnfot LD LAK 22 Standard $800,000 2 $1,600,000
Colton Poolman LD CGY 27 Standard $800,000 2 $1,600,000
Brandon Baddock LW, C MIN 28 Standard $800,000 2 $1,600,000
Michael Vecchione C, RW WSH 30 Standard $790,000 2 $1,580,000
Jacob Lucchini RW, C, LW OTT 28 Standard $790,000 2 $1,580,000
Benjamin Jones C CGY 24 Standard $790,000 1 $790,000
Rourke Chartier C OTT 27 Standard $790,000 1 $790,000
Brian Pinho C, RW NJD 28 Standard $790,000 1 $790,000
Justin Kirkland LW, RW ANA 26 Standard $790,000 1 $790,000
Pontus Andreasson C, LW DET 24 Standard $790,000 1 $790,000
Ryan Shea LD DAL 26 Standard $790,000 1 $790,000
Andrej Sustr RD ANA 32 Standard $790,000 1 $790,000
Spencer Foo RW, C VGK 29 Standard $790,000 1 $790,000
Austin Strand RD BUF 26 Standard $790,000 2 $1,580,000
Serron Noel RW FLA 22 Standard $790,000 1 $790,000
Mackenzie MacEachern LW, RW CAR 29 Standard $780,000 2 $1,560,000
Simon Ryfors C, LW, RW TBL 25 Standard $780,000 1 $780,000
Matt Luff RW DET 26 Standard $780,000 1 $780,000
Jan Jeník C ARI 22 Standard $780,000 1 $780,000
Laurent Dauphin C ARI 28 Standard $780,000 1 $780,000
William Lockwood RW NYR 25 Standard $780,000 1 $780,000
Noah Philp C EDM 24 Standard $780,000 1 $780,000
Jack Dugan LW CAR 25 Standard $780,000 1 $780,000
Daniel Walcott LW TBL 29 Standard $780,000 2 $1,560,000
Alex True C, RW SEA 25 Standard $780,000 1 $780,000
Alex Petrovic RD DAL 31 Standard $780,000 2 $1,560,000
Cole Koepke LW, RW TBL 25 Standard $780,000 1 $780,000
Stelio Mattheos C CAR 24 Standard $780,000 1 $780,000
Timur Ibragimov LW NJD 22 Standard $780,000 1 $780,000
Hunter Drew RW, RD CHI 24 Standard $780,000 1 $780,000
Nathan Schnarr C LAK 24 Standard $780,000 1 $780,000
Dawson Barteaux RD DAL 23 Standard $780,000 1 $780,000
Josh Leivo RW, LW STL 30 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Alex Galchenyuk LW, C, RW COL 29 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Charles Hudon C, LW, RW COL 29 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Semyon Der-Arguchintsev C TOR 22 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Chris Tierney C MTL 29 Standard $775,000 2 $1,550,000
Drake Caggiula LW, RW PIT 29 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Sam Gagner RW, C WPG 33 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Brogan Rafferty RD SEA 28 Standard $775,000 2 $1,550,000
Linus Weissbach LW, RW BUF 25 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Tyler Pitlick RW STL 31 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Brett Ritchie RW ARI 29 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Justin Richards C, RW CBJ 25 Standard $775,000 2 $1,550,000
Logan Hutsko C FLA 24 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Scott Sabourin RW OTT 30 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Akil Thomas C LAK 23 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Dylan Sikura LW, RW, C ANA 28 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Gerald Mayhew C, RW FLA 30 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
John Leonard LW, RW NSH 24 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Nick Swaney RW MIN 25 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Carson Meyer RW CBJ 25 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Jakub Lauko LW, RW BOS 23 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Mitchell Stephens C MTL 26 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Samuel Fagemo LW, RW LAK 23 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Sean Malone C BUF 28 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Hugh McGing LW, C STL 24 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Jonathan Gruden LW PIT 23 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Kyle Criscuolo C SJS 31 Standard $775,000 2 $1,550,000
Riley Damiani C DAL 23 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Rūdolfs Balcers LW, RW TBL 26 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Ryan Dzingel LW, RW, C CAR 31 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Steven Kampfer RD ARI 34 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Cole Bardreau C NYI 29 Standard $775,000 2 $1,550,000
Buddy Robinson RW CHI 31 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Gabriel Fortier LW TBL 23 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
John Stevens C VAN 29 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Aidan Dudas LW LAK 23 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Austin Poganski RW SEA 27 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Evan Barratt C PHI 24 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Henry Bowlby C FLA 26 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Jayson Megna C, LW, RW ANA 33 Standard $775,000 2 $1,550,000
Nathan Smith C ARI 24 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Saku Maenalanen RW, LW WPG 29 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Anthony Angello C, RW NSH 27 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Carsen Twarynski LW SEA 25 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Collin Adams LW NYI 25 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Damien Giroux C MIN 23 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Derek Stepan C, RW CAR 33 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Andy Welinski RD CHI 30 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Anton Blidh LW, RW NYR 28 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Clark Bishop C, LW CGY 27 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Cameron Hillis C CHI 23 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Jason Demers RD EDM 35 35+ $775,000 1 $775,000
Jeff Kubiak C NYI 29 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Jordie Benn LD/RD TOR 35 35+ $775,000 1 $775,000
Kody Clark RW WSH 23 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Matej Pekar C, RW BUF 23 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Ryan McGregor C ARI 24 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Wyatt Kalynuk LD NYR 26 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Bokondji Imama LW ARI 26 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
C.J. Smith LW NYR 28 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Josiah Slavin C ANA 24 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Anthony Bitetto LD FLA 32 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Cooper Zech LD NYR 24 Standard $775,000 2 $1,550,000
Maxim Marushev C VGK 24 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Samuel Asselin C BOS 25 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Carson Focht C VAN 23 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Dylan McLaughlin C DET 28 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Ashton Sautner LD WPG 29 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Grant Mismash LW TBL 24 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Joel Hanley LD/RD DAL 32 Standard $775,000 2 $1,550,000
Riley Sutter RW WSH 23 Standard $775,000 2 $1,550,000
Bryce Kindopp RW ANA 24 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
Carl Dahlström LD TOR 28 Standard $775,000 2 $1,550,000
Luke Witkowski RW, RD STL 33 Standard $775,000 2 $1,550,000
Pierre-Cédric Labrie LW TBL 36 35+ $775,000 1 $775,000
Patrick Khodorenko C NYR 24 Standard $775,000 1 $775,000
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2023.05.25 17:32 Ok-Bed2562 Ashton Drake dolls

Ashton Drake dolls
I went to a thrift store and was drawn to these 2 dolls. A quick search shows them as Ashton Drakes. Not a bad find for five dollars each.
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2023.05.24 15:32 Dean_BONK Need help with special interception. (Detail in comment)

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2023.05.22 23:14 XMenSlash17 UNCHARTED(Chris Evans Movie)

UNCHARTED(Chris Evans Movie)
My picks for an Uncharted film, starring Chris Evans.
Chris Evans as Nathan "Nate" Drake
J.K. Simmons as Victor "Sully" Sullivan
Scarlett Johansson as Elena Fisher
Zawe Ashton as Chloe Frazer
Freema Agyeman as Nadine Ross
Rob Lowe as Sam Drake
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2023.05.21 18:27 BombSquad570 Projecting All Depth Charts after the NFL Draft

Player name (2022 PPR FPPG)
Players injury/IR concerns in italics
Notable Trade/cut candidates bold
Atlanta Falcons
QB1 - Desmond Ridder (9.7)
QB2 - Taylor Heinicke (13.6)
RB1 - Bijan Robinson (R)
RB2 - Tyler Allgeier (10)
RB3 - Cordarelle Patterson (11.9)
RB4+ - Caleb Huntley, Avery Williams, Carlos Washington (R)
WR1 - Drake London (10.5)
WR2 - Mack Hollins (9.1)
WR3 - Scotty Miller (3.5)
WR4 - KhaDarel Hodge (3.2)
WR5+ - Keilahn Harris (R), Justin Marshall (R), Frank Darby, RaShaun Henry
TE1 - Kyle Pitts (7.6)
TE2 - Jonnu Smith (4.3)
TE3+ - Parker Hesse, John Fitzpatrick, Feleipe Franks
Carolina Panthers
QB1 - Bryce Young (R)
QB2 - Andy Dalton (13.1)
QB3+ - Matt Corral, Jacob Eason
RB1 - Miles Sanders (12.7)
RB2 - Chuba Hubbard (6.3)
RB3 - Raheem Blackshear (3.3)
RB4+ - Camerun Peoples (R), Spencer Brown
WR1 - DJ Chark (8.9)
WR2 - Adam Thielen (10.6)
WR3 - Terrace Marshall (6.4)
WR4 - Jonathan Mingo (R)
WR5 - Laviska Shenault (5.6)
WR6 + - Shi Smith, Daniele Byrd, Preston Williams, Josh Vann (R)
TE1 - Hayden Hurst (7.9)
TE2 - Ian Thomas (2.9)
TE3 - Tommy Tremble (3.5)
New Orleans Saints
QB1 - Derek Carr (15.5)
QB2 - Jameis Winston (16.3)
QB3 - Jake Haener (R)
RB1 - Alvin Kamara (SUS?) (14.1)
RB2 - Jamaal Williams (13.3)
RB3 - Kendre Miller (R)
RB4+ - Eno Benjamin (6.9), SaRoderick Thompson (R), Derrick Gore, Dwayne Washington
WR1 - Chris Olave (13.2)
WR2 - Michael Thomas (17)*
WR3 - Rashid Shaheed (8.4)
WR4 - TreQuan Smith (5.3)
WR5 - AT Perry (R)
WR6+ - Bryan Edwards, James Washington, Keith Kirkwood, Shaq Davis (R), Sy Barnett (R)
TE1 - Juwan Johnson (8.4)
TE2 - Taysom Hill (9.1)
TE3 - Foster Moreau (6.1)
TE4+ - Lucas Krull, Joel Wilson (R), Miller Forrestall
Tampa Bay Bucs
QB1 - Baker Mayfield (10.8)
QB2 - Kyle Trask
QB3 - John Wolford
RB1 - Rachaad White (8.2)
RB2 - Chase Edmonds (5.7)
RB3+ - KeShawn Vaughn, Sean Tucker (R), Ronnie Brown (R), Patrick Laird
WR1 - Mike Evans (15)
WR2 - Chris Godwin (14.9)
WR3 - Russell Gage (9.5)
WR4 - Trey Palmer (R)
WR5+ - Kaylon Geiger, Deven Thompkins, Rakim Jarrett (R), Kade Warner (R), Taye Barber (R)
TE1 - Cade Otton (5.8)
TE2 - Payne Durham (R)
TE3 - Ko Kieft
Arizona Cardinals
QB1 - Kyler Murray (18.9)
QB2 - Colt McCoy (9)
QB3 - Clayton Tune (R)
QB4+ - Jeff Driskel, David Blough
RB1 - James Conner (15.4)
RB2 - Keontay Ingram (1.6)
RB3+ - Emari Demarcado (R), TySon Williams, Corey Clement
WR1 - DeAndre Hopkins (16.9)
WR2 - Marquise Brown (13)
WR3 - Rondale Moore - (11)
WR4 - Michael Wilson (R)
WR5 - Greg Dortch (7.1)
WR6+ - Zach Pascal, Auden Tate, Javon Wims
TE1 - Trey McBride (5.1)
TE2 - Zach Ertz (11.6)
TE3+ - Blake Whiteheart (R), Joel Honigford (R), Bernhard Seikovits
LA Rams
QB1 - Matthew Stafford (12.9)
QB2 - Stetson Bennett (R)
QB3 - Brett Rypien
RB1 - Cam Akers (9.4)
RB2 - Zach Evans (R)
RB3 - Kyren Williams (3.8)
RB4 - Tiyon Evans (R), Ronnie Rivers
WR1 - Cooper Kupp (22.4)
WR2 - Van Jefferson (7.9)
WR3 - Ben Skowronek (6)
WR4 - Tutu Atwell (5.3)
WR5 - Puka Nacua (R)
WR6 - Lance McCutcheon, Tyler Hudson (R), Braxton Burmeister (R), Sam James (R)
TE1 - Tyler Higbee (9.5)
TE2 - Hunter Long
TE3+ - Brycen Hopkins, Davis Allen (R)
San Francisco 49ers
QB1 - Brock Purdy (12.3)
QB2 - Trey Lance (4.5)
QB3 - Sam Darnold (14.9)
RB1 - Christian McCaffrey (21)
RB2 - Elijah Mitchell (8.7)
RB3 - Jordan Mason (2.7)
RB4 - Tyrion Davis-Price (2)
WR1 - Deebo Samuel (13)
WR2 - Brandon Aiyuk (13.4)
WR3 - Jauan Jennings (5.2)
WR4 - RayRay McCloud (3.4)
WR5+ - Ronnie Bell (R), Danny Gray, Willie Snead, Chris Conley, Dazz Newsome
TE1 - George Kittle (13.4)
TE2 - Cameron Latu (R)
TE3+ - Braydon Willis (R), Ross Dwelley
Seattle Seahawks
QB1 - Geno Smith (18.5)
QB2 - Drew Lock
RB1 - Ken Walker (13.5)
RB2 - Zach Charbonnet (R)
RB3 - DeeJay Dallas (3.1)
RB4 - Kenny McIntosh (R)
WR1 - DK Metcalf - (13.3)
WR2 - Tyler Lockett (14.8)
WR3 - Jaxon Smith-Njigba (R)
WR4 - Dee Eskridge (1.5)
WR5+ - Dareke Young, Cody Thompson, Easop Winston, Matt Landers (R), Jake Bobo (R), CJ Johnson (R), Cade Johnson
TE1 - Colby Parkinson (4.9)
TE2 - Noah Fant (7.2)
TE3 - Will Dissly (5.8)
Dallas Cowboys
QB1 - Dak Prescott (17.8)
QB2 - Cooper Rush
RB1 - Tony Pollard (15.6)
RB2 - Malik Davis (5.7)
RB3 - Deuce Vaughn (R)
RB4 - Ronald Jones
WR1 - CeeDee Lamb (17.7)
WR2 - Brandin Cooks (11.2)
WR3 - Michael Gallup (7.5)
WR4 - Jalen Brooks (R)
WR5 - KaVontae Turpin
WR6+ - Jalen Tolbert, Simi Fehoko, Dennis Houston, Antonio Callaway, Dontario Drummond
TE1 - Jake Ferguson - (4.4)
TE2 - Luke Schoonmaker (R)
TE3+ - Peyton Hendershot, Seth Green, Sean McKeon
NY Giants
QB1 - Daniel Jones (18.4)
QB2 - Tyrod Taylor
RB1 - Saquon Barkley (17.8)
RB2 - Eric Gray (R)
RB3 - Matt Breida (3.5)
RB4+ - Jashaun Corbin, Gary Brightwell
WR1 - Darius Slayton (9.9)
WR2 - WanDale Robinson (8.6)
WR3 - Parris Campbell (8.8)
WR4 - Jalin Hyatt (R)
WR5 - Isaiah Hodgins (11.1)
WR6 - Sterling Shepard (11.5)
WR7 - Jamison Crowder (3)
WR8+ - David Sills, Makai Polk, Collin Johnson, Jeff Smith, Kalil Pimpleton
TE1 - Darren Waller (9.4)
TE2 - Dan Bellinger (6.8)
TE3+ - Tommy Sweeney, Lawrence Cager, Chris Myarick
Philadelphia Eagles
QB1 - Jalen Hurts (25.6)
QB2 - Marcus Mariota (15.8)
QB3 - Tanner McKee (R)
RB1 - D’Andre Swift (13.7)
RB2 - Rashaad Penny (10.4)
RB3 - Kenneth Gainwell (5.2)
RB4+ - Boston Scott, Trey Sermon, Kennedy Brooks
WR1 - AJ Brown (17.6)
WR2 - Devonta Smith (15)
WR3 - Quez Watkins (5)
WR4 - Olamide Zaccheus (6.5)
WR5+ - Britain Covey, Tyrie Cleveland, Devon Allen, Greg Ward
TE1 - Dallas Goedert (11.8)
TE2 - Grant Calcaterra (2.2)
TE3 - Jack Stoll (2.3)
TE4+ - Dalton Keane, Tyree Jackson, Dan Arnold
Washington Commanders
QB1 - Sam Howell
QB2 - Jacoby Brissett (12.5)
QB3 - Jake Fromm
RB1 - Brian Robinson (9.4)
RB2 - Antonio Gibson (11.1)
RB3 - Chris Rodriguez (R)
RB4+ - Jaret Patterson, Jonathan Williams
WR1 - Terry McLaurin (13.5)
WR2 - Jahan Dotson (10.9)
WR3 - Curtis Samuel (10.4)
WR4 - Dyami Brown (3.6)
WR5+ - Dax Milne, Marcus Kemp, Kyric McGowan, Mitchell Tinsley (R), Brycen Tremayne (R)
TE1 - Logan Thomas (5.9)
TE2 - John Bates (3.1)
TE3+ - Cole Turner, Armani Rodgers, Curtis Hodges
Chicago Bears
QB1 - Justin Fields (20.5)
QB2 - PJ Walker (7)
QB3+ - Tyson Bagent (R), Nate Peterman
RB1 - Khalil Herbert (6.9)
RB2 - D’Onta Foreman (8.2)
RB3 - Roschon Johnson (R)
RB4+ - Trestan Ebner, Travis Homer
WR1 - DJ Moore (11.7)
WR2 - Darnell Mooney (9.2)
WR3 - Chase Claypool (7)
WR4 - Tyler Scott (R)
WR5 - Dante Pettis (3.8)
WR6+ - Velus Jones, Equimaneous St Brown, Daurice Fountain, Nsimba Webster, Aron Cruikshank (R)
TE1 - Cole Kmet (8.7)
TE2 - Robert Tonyan (6.6)
TE3+ - Chase Allen, Jake Tonges
Detroit Lions
QB1 - Jared Goff (17.1)
QB2 - Hendon Hooker (R)
QB3 - Nate Sudfeld
RB1 - David Montgomery (11.1)
RB2 - Jahmyr Gibbs (R)
RB3+ - Craig Reynolds, Jermar Jefferson, Greg Bell
WR1 - Amon Ra St Brown (16.7)
WR2 - Jameson Williams (SUS) (2.5)
WR3 - Josh Reynolds (8.7)
WR4 - Marvin Jones (7.3)
WR5 - Kalif Raymond (6.8)
WR6+ - Antoine Green (R), Tom Kennedy, Trinity Benson, Maurice Alexander
TE1 - Sam LaPorta (R)
TE2 - Brock Wright (4.5)
TE3 - Shane Zylstra (4.6)
TE4+ - James Mitchell, Derrick Deese
Green Bay Packers
QB1 - Jordan Love (2.9)
QB2 - Sean Clifford (R)
RB1 - Aaron Jones (14.6)
RB2 - AJ Dillon (9.9)
RB3 - Lew Nichols (R), Patrick Taylor, Tyler Goodson
WR1 - Christian Watson (11.7)
WR2 - Jayden Reed (R)
WR3 - Romeo Doubs (7.8)
WR4 - Samori Toure (4.8)
WR5 - Dontayvion Wicks (R)
WR6+ - Grant DuBose (R), Bo Melton, Jeff Cotton
TE1 - Luke Musgrave (R)
TE2 - Tucker Kraft (R)
TE3+ - Josiah Deguara, Austin Allen, Tyler Davis
Minnesota Vikings
QB1 - Kirk Cousins (18)
QB2 - Nick Mullens
QB3 - Jaren Hall (R)
RB1 - Dalvin Cook
RB2 - Alex Mattison (5.2)
RB3 - DeWayne McBride (R)
RB4+ - Ty Chandler, Kene Nwangwu
WR1 - Justin Jefferson (21.7)
WR2 - Jordan Addison (R)
WR3 - KJ Osborn (9.2)
WR4 - Jalen Nailor (4.1)
WR5 - Jalen Reagor (1.6)
WR6+ - Brandon Powell, Thayer Thomas (R), Malik Knowles (R), Cephus Johnson (R), Trishton Jackson
TE1 - TJ Hockenson (12.7)
TE2 - Johnny Mundt (3)
TE3+ - Josh Oliver, Ben Sims (R), Nick Muse, Ben Ellefson
Buffalo Bills
QB1 - Josh Allen (24.2)
QB2 - Kyle Allen (6.6)
QB3 - Matt Barkley
RB1 - James Cook (6.3)
RB2 - Damien Harris (8.3)
RB3 - Latavius Murray (11)
RB4+ - Nyheim Hines (5.1), Jordan Mims (R)
WR1 - Stefon Diggs (18.9)
WR2 - Gabe Davis (11.4)
WR3 - Khalil Shakir (3.4)
WR4 - Trent Sherfield (5.2)
WR5 - Justin Shorter (R)
WR6+ - Deonte Harty, KeeSean Johnson, Dedmon Patmon, Isaiah Coulter, Jalen Wayne (R), Tyrell Shavers (R)
TE1 - Dawson Knox (9)
TE2 - Dalton Kincaid (R)
TE3+ - Quintin Morris, Zach Davidson
Miami Dolphins
QB1 - Tua Tagovailoa (18.4)
QB2 - Mike White (15.1)
QB3 - Skylar Thompson (2.9)
RB1 - Raheem Mostert (10.5)
RB2 - Jeff Wilson (9.9)
RB3 - Devon Achane (R)
RB4+ - Myles Gaskin, Salvon Ahmed, Christopher Brooks (R)
WR1 - Tyreek Hill (20.1)
WR2 - Jaylen Waddle (15.2)
WR3 - Chosen Anderson (4.4)
WR4 - Cedrick Wilson (2)
WR5 - Braxton Berrios (3.4)
WR6+ - Erik Ezukanma, River Cracraft, Freddie Swain, Braylon Sanders, Daewood Davis (R)
TE1 - Durham Smythe (3.1)
TE2 - Tyler Kroft
TE3 - Elijah Higgins (R)
TE4+ - Eric Saubert, Tanner Conner, Julian Hill (R)
New England Patriots
QB1 - Mac Jones (12.9)
QB2 - Bailey Zappe (10.7)
QB3+ - Trace McSorley, Malik Cunningham (R)
RB1 - Rhamondre Stevenson (14.7)
RB2 - James Robinson (8.1)
RB3 - Pierre Strong (2.7)
RB4+ - Kevin Harris (2.2), Ty Montgomery, JJ Taylor
WR1 - JuJu Smith-Schuster (11.6)
WR2 - DeVante Parker (7.9)
WR3 - Tyquan Thornton (5.5)
WR4 - Kendrick Bourne (5.5)
WR5 - Kayshon Boutte (R)
WR6+ - DeMario Douglas (R), Tre Nixon
TE1 - Mike Gesicki (5.8)
TE2 - Hunter Henry (6.5)
TE3+ - Johnny Lumpkin (R), Matt Sokol, Scotty Washington
NY Jets
QB1 - Aaron Rodgers (14.8)
QB2 - Zach Wilson (11.8)
QB3+ - Chris Streveler, Tim Boyle
RB1 - Breece Hall (16.4)
RB2 - Michael Carter (7.9)
RB3 - Izzy Abanikanda (R)
RB4+ - Zonovan Knight (8.4), Travis Dye (R)
WR1 - Garrett Wilson (12.7)
WR2 - Allen Lazard (11.7)
WR3 - Corey Davis (7.5)
WR4 - Mecole Hardman (11.7)
WR5 - Randall Cobb (6.3)
WR6+ - Denzel Mims (3.3), Diontae Spencer, Jason Brownlee (R), Xavier Gipson (R), TJ Luther (R)
TE1 - Tyler Conklin (7.7)
TE2 - CJ Uzomah (4)
TE3+ - Jeremy Ruckert, Zack Kuntz (R), Kenny Yeboah
Baltimore Ravens
QB1 - Lamar Jackson (20.3)
QB2 - Tyler Huntley (10.6)
QB3+ - Anthony Brown, Nolan Henderson (R)
RB1 - JK Dobbins (10.2)
RB2 - Gus Edwards (6.6)
RB3 - Justice Hill (2.8)
RB4+ - Keaton Mitchell (R), Owen Wright (R)
WR1 - Odell Beckham Jr
WR2 - Rashod Bateman (8.9)
WR3 - Zay Flowers (R)
WR4 - Nelson Agholor (5)
WR5 - Devin Duvernay (8.3)
WR6+ - James Proche, Tylan Wallace, Andy Isabella, Dontay Demus (R), Mike Thomas, Shemar Bridges
TE1 - Mark Andrews (12.7)
TE2 - Isaiah Likely (6.5)
TE3+ - Charlie Kolar, Travis Vokolek (R), Brian Walker (R)
Cincinnati Bengals
QB1 - Joe Burrow (21.7)
QB2 - Trevor Siemian (5.6)
QB3 - Jake Browning
RB1 - Joe Mixon (16)
RB2 - Chase Brown (R)
RB3 - Trayveon Williams (0.9)
RB4+ - Chris Evans, Calvin Tyler Jr (R), Jacob Saylors (R)
WR1 - JaMarr Chase (18.6)
WR2 - Tee Higgins (14.9)
WR3 - Tyler Boyd (10.3)
WR4 - Charlie Jones (R)
WR5 - Trenton Irwin (7)
WR6+ - Andrei Iosivas (R), Trent Taylor, Malachi Carter (R), Mac Hippenhammer (R), Shedrick Jackson (R)
TE1 - Irv Smith (6.9)
TE2 - Drew Sample (0.9)
TE3+ - Devin Asiasi, Tanner Hudson, Nick Bowers
Cleveland Browns
QB1 - Deshaun Watson (15.1)
QB2 - Dorian Thompson-Robinson (R)
QB3 - Josh Dobbs (11.4)
RB1 - Nick Chubb (16.6)
RB2 - Jerome Ford (0.1)
RB3 - Hassan Hall (R)
RB4+ - Demetric Felton, John Kelly, Nate McCrary
WR1 - Amari Cooper (14.5)
WR2 - Elijah Moore (5.5)
WR3 - Donovan Peoples-Jones (9.8)
WR4 - Cedric Tillman (R)
WR5 - David Bell (3)
WR6+ - Marquise Goodwin (6.9), Jakeem Grant, Anthony Schwartz (2.7), Jaelon Darden, Michael Woods, Isaiah Weston
TE1 - David Njoku (10.1)
TE2 - Harrison Bryant (4.4)
TE3 - Jordan Akins (7.8)
TE4+ - Zaire Mitchell, Thomas Greaney (R)
Pittsburgh Steelers
QB1 - Kenny Pickett (12.2)
QB2 - Mitch Trubisky (11.3)
QB3 - Mason Rudolph
RB1 - Najee Harris (13.1)
RB2 - Jaylen Warren (5.8)
RB3 - Connor Heyward (FB)
WR1 - George Pickens (9.8)
WR2 - Diontae Johnson (10.6)
WR3 - Allen Robinson (8.5)
WR4 - Calvin Austin III
WR5 - Miles Boykin
WR6+ - Anthony Miller, Cody White, Gunner Olszewski, Dez Fitzpatrick, Jordan Byrd (R)
TE1 - Pat Freiermuth (9.9)
TE2 - Darnell Washington (R)
TE3 - Zach Gentry (2.3)
Houston Texans
QB1 - CJ Stroud (R)
QB2 - Davis Mills (13.1)
QB3 - Case Keenum
RB1 - Dameon Pierce (12.8)
RB2 - Devin Singletary (10.5)
RB3+ - Mike Boone, Dare Ogunbowale, Gerrid Doaks, Xazavian Valladay (R)
WR1 - Nico Collins (9.7)
WR2 - John Metchie
WR3 - Robert Woods (6.8)
WR4 - Noah Brown (7.2)
WR5 - Xavier Hutchinson (R)
WR6 - Tank Dell (R)
WR7+ - Steven Sims, Amari Rodgers, Jalen Camp, Jared Wayne (R)
TE1 - Dalton Schultz (9.5)
TE2 - Teagan Quitoriano (4.3)
TE3 - Brevin Jordan (3)
TE4+ - Eric Tomlinson, Mason Schreck
Indianapolis Colts
QB1 - Gardner Minshew (8)
QB2 - Anthony Richardson (R)
QB3 - Sam Ehlinger (9.7)
RB1 - Jonathan Taylor (12.2)
RB2 - Deon Jackson (7)
RB3 - Evan Hull (R)
RB4+ - Zack Moss (5), Jake Funk, Darius Hagans (R)
WR1 - Michael Pittman Jr (13.5)
WR2 - Alec Pierce (7)
WR3 - Josh Downs (R)
WR4 - Isaiah McKenzie (7.5)
WR5 - Ashton Dulin (4.3)
WR6+ - Mike Strachan, Malik Turner, Juwann Winfree, Zavier Scott (R)
TE1 - Jelani Woods (6.2)
TE2 - Mo Alie-Cox (3.9)
TE3 - Will Mallory (R)
TE4 - Kylen Granson (4.7)
TE5+ - Andrew Ogletree, Pharaoah Brown
Jacksonville Jaguars
QB1 - Trevor Lawrence (17.9)
QB2 - CJ Beathard
RB1 - Travis Etienne (12.1)
RB2 - Tank Bigsby (R)
RB3 - JaMycal Hasty (5)
RB4+ - D’Ernest Johnson, Snoop Conner, Qadree Ollison
WR1 - Christian Kirk (14.2)
WR2 - Calvin Ridley
WR3 - Zay Jones (12.4)
WR4 - Parker Washington (R)
WR5 - Jamal Agnew (4.8)
WR6+ - Seth Williams, Kevin Austin, Tim Jones, Kendric Pryor, Elijah Cooks (R), Jaray Jenkins (R)
TE1 - Evan Engram (10.4)
TE2 - Brenton Strange (R)
TE3+ - Luke Farrell, Leonard Taylor (R)
Tennessee Titans
QB1 - Ryan Tannehill (13.9)
QB2 - Will Levis (R)
QB3 - Malik Willis (3.2)
RB1 - Derrick Henry (18.9)
RB2 - Tyjae Spears (R)
RB3 - Hassan Haskins (1.9)
RB4+ - Julius Chestnut (1.4), Jonathan Ward, Chuck McClelland (R)
WR1 - Treylon Burks (8)
WR2 - Nick Westbrook-Ikhine (5.2)
WR3 - Kyle Philips (3)
WR4 - Chris Moore (7.7)
WR5 - Colton Dowell (R)
WR6+ - Racey McMath, Reggie Roberson, Mason Kinsey, Jacob Copeland (R), Tre’Shaun Harrison (R)
TE1 - Chig Okonkwo (6.1)
TE2 - Josh Whyle (R)
TE3+ - Trevon Wesco, Kevin Rader, Alize Mack, Thomas Odukoya, Justin Rigg
Denver Broncos
QB1 - Russell Wilson (15.8)
QB2 - Jarrett Stidham (15.2)
QB3 - Ben DiNucci
RB1 - Javonte Williams (10.5)
RB2 - Samaje Perine (8.9)
RB3+ - Tony Jones, Damarea Crockett, Tyler Badie, Jacques Patrick, Jaleel McLaughlin (R)
WR1 - Jerry Jeudy (13.6)
WR2 - Courtland Sutton (10.6)
WR3 - Tim Patrick
WR4 - Marvin Mims Jr (R)
WR5 - KJ Hamler (3.7)
WR6 - Marquez Callaway (3.8)
WR7+ - Montreal Washington, Lil’Jordan Humphrey, Jalen Virgil, Kendall Hinton, Taylor Grimes (R)
TE1 - Greg Dulcich (8.6)
TE2 - Adam Trautman (3.4)
TE3 - Albert Okwuegbunam (4.3)
TE4+ - Chris Manhertz, Nate Adkins (R)
KC Chiefs
QB1 - Patrick Mahomes (25.3)
QB2 - Blaine Gabbert
QB3+ - Shane Buechele, Chris Oladokun
RB1 - Isiah Pacheco (7.9)
RB2 - Jerick McKinnon (11.5)
RB3 - Deneric Prince (R)
RB4+ - Clyde Edwards-Helaire (9.8), LaMical Perine
WR1 - Kadarius Toney (6.4)
WR2 - Marques Valdes-Scantling (7.2)
WR3 - Rashee Rice (R)
WR4 - Skyy Moore (2.7)
WR5 - Justin Watson (3.4)
WR6 - Richie James (8.3)
WR7+ - Justyn Ross, Ihmir Smith-Marsette, John Ross, Cornell Powell, Jerrion Ealy, Nikki Remigio (R)
TE1 - Travis Kelce (18.6)
TE2 - Noah Gray (4.1)
TE3+ - Jody Fortson, Blake Bell, Kendall Blanton
Las Vegas Raiders
QB1 - Jimmy Garoppolo (15.3)
QB2 - Brian Hoyer
QB3 - Aidan O’Connell (R)
RB1 - Josh Jacobs (19.3)
RB2 - Zamir White (0.6)
RB3 - Brandon Bolden (2.4)
RB4+ - Ameer Abdullah, Brittain Brown, Sincere McCormick, Austin Walter
WR1 - Davante Adams (19.7)
WR2 - Jakobi Meyers (12.9)
WR3 - Hunter Renfrow (7.9)
WR4 - DeAndre Carter (6.6)
WR5 - Tre Tucker (R)
WR6+ - Cam Sims, Phillip Dorsett, Keelan Cole, Kristian Wilkerson
TE1 - Michael Mayer (R)
TE2 - Austin Hooper (5.7)
TE3+ - OJ Howard (3.3)
TE4+ - Jesper Horsted, John Shenker (R)
LA Chargers
QB1 - Justin Herbert (17.1)
QB2 - Max Duggan (R)
QB3 - Easton Stick
RB1 - Austin Ekeler (21.9)
RB2 - Joshua Kelley (5.4)
RB3 - Isaiah Spiller (1.7)
RB4+ - Larry Rountree, Elijah Dotson (R), Tyler Hoosman (R)
WR1 - Keenan Allen (16.4)
WR2 - Mike Williams (13.6)
WR3 - Quentin Johnston (R)
WR4 - Joshua Palmer (10.6)
WR5 - Jalen Guyton (4.2)
WR6 - Derius Davis (R)
WR7+ - Keelan Doss, John Hightower, Terrell Bynum (R), Pokey Wilson (R)
TE1 - Gerald Everett (9.3)
TE2 - Donald Parham (4.8)
TE3 - Tre McKitty (1.3)
TE4+ - Stone Smartt, Michael Ezeike (R)
Available Free Agents
QB - Tom Brady (16.5), Carson Wentz (15.2), Teddy Bridgewater (8.4), Matt Ryan (14), Nick Foles (2.9), Joe Flacco (10.3), Josh Johnson, Bryce Perkins (3.5), Chase Daniel
RB - Ezekiel Elliott (12.4), Leonard Fournette (14.2), Kareem Hunt (7.5), Darrel Williams (4.2), Rex Burkhead (4.8), Mark Ingram (5), JD McKissic (6.2), Kenyan Drake (8.7), Dontrell Hilliard (6.4), David Johnson (2.3), Marlon Mack (4.8), Gio Bernard (1.2), Justin Jackson (3.4), Royce Freeman (3.8), Malcolm Brown (3.3), Benny Snell (2.1), Darrynton Evans (3.6), Trenton Cannon, Taiwan Jones
WR - Julio Jones (7), Jarvis Landry (6.7), Kenny Golladay (3.4), Sammy Watkins (5.2), TY Hilton (6.4), Byron Pringle (3.6), Demarcus Robinson (6.5), NKeal Harry (4.1), Breshad Perriman (2.9), Rashard Higgins, Marcus Johnson, Jake Kumerow, Andre Roberts, Cody Hollister, Olabisi Johnson, Quintez Cephus, Antoine Wesley
TE - Kyle Rudolph (2.4), Cameron Brate (4.2), Adam Shaheen, Geoff Swaim (2), Marcedes Lewis (4.4), Ryan Griffin, Stephen Anderson, Maxx Williams, Richard Rodgers, Anthony Firkser, MyCole Pruitt, Jesse James, Tommy Sweeney
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2023.05.17 21:38 justboredmm so i got modernia and now i wonder what is the best team to do rn (i am a relatively new player so please bare with me).

so i got modernia and now i wonder what is the best team to do rn (i am a relatively new player so please bare with me). submitted by justboredmm to NikkeOutpost [link] [comments]

2023.05.17 04:10 AquaMitten Where to sell?

I am at a loss as to where I should try and sell my doll collection. (Ashton Drake dolls, and other miscellaneous dolls) I can be more specific about each type of doll later (I’m out of town and it just dawned on me to ask this sub). We are looking to sell the majority of the collection, about 40ish dolls.
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2023.05.16 15:55 Arkwright998 A Day in the Life

A Day in the Life, by arkwright#8183
My thanks to reviewer friends Sunsette, Lily Fae, Earth Seraph Edna
You wake up cold, as though the Prince of Frost’s blue hands were upon your shoulder. The same unnerving dream again, though the details slip away as quickly as you stir. You reach out blindly, dipping fingers in the water mug on your bedside table. You ball up your hand into a fist, then flick the droplets to the floor. Your old village priest promised that this would help turn away the gazes of the Dark Six and the ill archfey; then again, others you have met in the city were taught to cup the water and rub it into their hair, or dip their fingers once for each Sovereign. All you can do is hope.
It’s a little early. You reach out and flip over the two Cannith-branded brass frogs next to your mug, before they stir and loudly ribbit the appointed hour. Your mother bought them for you a few years ago, when you first left your village. They were cheap trinkets, all she could afford as a parting gift. Their magic is fading and unreliable, but every morning, at least one has stirred on time.
You roll out from your luxurious bedspread, filled with swan feathers from the Eldeen Reaches. The Boromar Clan halflings gave it as a bonus, alongside the payment for “forgetting” to arm an alarm at the end of dark winter shift. That was months ago, and no ill has come to you. You hope it stays that way.
You dress: blue robes, studded with pouches and buttons and whorls. The robes are your uniform, six months old yet still starchy and stiff. You have never seen other magewrights wearing a uniform; the garment is your craftmaster’s initiative, from his time serving as a volunteer for the Brelish bear in the Last War. You volunteered as well, after you cast your first cantrip. Your army mentor taught you to reinforce trenches, recharge wands, deflect crossbow bolts. She died on the 10th of Olarune 994 YK: three days before you finished your training, ten days before the Mourning, twenty days before you were discharged in the confusion.
Every 20th of Olarune, when the black-garbed Cyrans grieve for their nation and the ravaged Mournland it has become, you feel relief. You never had to face a warforged colossus, never risked being blasted to dust by a siege staff. And you feel guilty for that relief.
As with each day, you pull out the parasol your mother made you, stained with a pattern of red-ink posies. As with each day, you hesitate, then put it away. Here in Sharn, magewrights either repel the rain with magic, or soak.
You step out of your flat. Once, it was the nursery in a large manor. The resident nobles fled for more fashionable living, and an Aurum real estate entrepreneur renovated. The doorknob is still neck-high, out of reach of the children long since grown up. You rise a touch later than everyone else, alone in the house but for the lodger in the great kitchen. You hear her every morning, practising to become a Ghallanda magewright chef. You know better than to ask for breakfast-- House Ghallanda jealously controls how and where its recipes are served.
On your way out of the manor, you see a warning note on the entryway: Daask thugs sighted in nearby streets, shaking down passers-by with yellow-eyed leers and the gnashing of monstrous teeth. You step outside, into the Broken Arch district of Sharn, and look around. Mile-high towers, gliding skycoaches, arching bridges, and the faint glint of the Ring of Siberys high above. All normal, no ogres, no goblins. Then, a wing-shaped flash catches your eye: a harpy mugger, or a mere spiretop drake?
You murmur a plea to Boldrei, step out onto the bridge, and start walking east. Today is the 1st of Rhaan, and the last gasp of summer. Hot raindrops steadily sprinkle and spatter the tower roofs and gutters. Your uniform keeps the rain out well. You speak a second word of thanks, for your boss. Now, if only he could do something about the smell…
The 9th of Rhaan is Boldrei’s Feast, coming up soon. You’ll head home, for the yearly gathering of the Sovereign of Home and Hearth. You need to buy luggage, tickets, gifts… You try not to think about it; Orien Lightning Rail journeys always make you retch. But, better than spending half your leave on a carriage ride, pulled by Vadalis magebred horses.
You’re early. Your floating platform to upper-Middle Central isn’t due for another ten minutes. You look up at the earlier arcane platform, just a few levels up. You hesitate-- then go for it. You vault up stairway after stairway, past glowing graffiti of a bloodied Aundairian dragonhawk, and finally leap aboard the slow-rising elevator with a relieved gasp and burning legs.
The platform crowd is quiet, and sparse. Barely a dozen other passengers. A few fellow magewrights, a pair of Khoravar mundane crafters with duelling scars, some household maids and servants, a gnomish Sivis messenger with a proud candle badge upon his peaked hat... and, peering out across the railing, a familiar face: an Arawei priestess you often glimpse on your commute, with her long brown braids and a Tavick’s Landing patrol gorget. You’ve spoken to her, once or twice. Unfortunately, every time, your mind is filled with bawdy village songs about lusty Arawei priestesses. Ever since a Warden of the Wood saved a harvest where two pricy Arawei clergywomen failed, your village has had few kind words for the maids of the Lady of Life and Love. It’s enough to return you to your days as a stammering, spotted teen.
As the platform rises, food vendors on the street-bridges above gesture and entreat travelers. Their basket-poles are ready to catch coins and offer treats before you are carried out of reach. Your mouth waters: time for breakfast. Most gather around the latest curiosity, ‘pomow root stew’. As a village child, you know it’s mere browned charweed, not some exotic vegetable (or maybe fruit?) from faraway Sarlona. You chance a Redcloak sandwich, hoping that the price of five copper coins with the face of old King Galifar means that it’s pork, and not merely pig. It’s a classic Brelish dish, which means far more meat and cheese than lettuce or mushroom.
A tinny bell rings. You wait until the platform is level with the street, patting away crumbs from your robes-- and are interrupted as the Sivis messenger charges forward, pushing you back. You have to leap from the platform into the Dava Gate district street, wincing as the force shocks your heels. You go to lift your fist in anger after the sprinting gnome, but think better of it.
Not far, now.
Your workplace, Greddark and Kellark Bros. Concern, occupies an entire tower floor. The dwarves immigrated from the Mror Mountains, back when the clans were loyal, if grumbling, Karrnathi vassals. The brothers Greddark and Kellark took over the rent from a failed healer and an equally failed barrister. Neither Jorasco nor Sivis cared to buy their businesses-- the clinic still turns up strange patches of slime that only acid will shift, and the office is irregularly and unendingly visited by a trickle of angry clients. The dwarves haven’t been seen in two decades; they could be dead, you realise. There was a company gathering back in Lharvion, when you were bloated with the red ache and delirious from the Griffon’s herbs. You never bothered to ask what you missed.
You get to work. The Concern sells marionettes. Little figurines carved from wood and brass, enspelled to dance, to march, to climb. You’re grateful that the craftmaster insists that all magewrights learn part of the process: wood treating and carving, brass shaping and engraving, casting minor spells of fortification and cleaning and animating. No two days are the same, as you shuffle between different stations. From the window, you’ve seen the Cannith-branded shop across the way, where every varicoloured magewright is as grounded as a Six Kings bas-relief at their desk, each and every day dutifully repeating their part in the production line.
You break for lunch. A perpetual stewpot of black iron bubbles cheerily in the canteen, tended by a bald, dwarven matron. In case Greddark and Kellark should ever visit (is that going to change, if they’re dead?), it always contains Mror cuisine. Vegetable stews of mosses and roots offer a delicate mix of sweet and sour tastes; though paired with some of the stalest, most ancient biscuits ever produced and preserved by dwarvenkind. Still, the soup simply doesn’t taste as good without those century-old biscuits.
From the tea station, you can look out the window and see a floating stream of water, lifted by a Ghallanda dweomer. It arcs between the pipework of two towers.
You reflect on your good fortune. Your parents were farmers, and theirs, and theirs, “all the way back to Malleon the Reaver,” they always said. No one else in your known family has ever displayed enough magical talent to earn a cushy job, with soft palms and an unbroken back. Should you thank the dragonmarked houses, for their designs and inventions creating unending demand for magewrights? Should you thank the Last War, for prompting Breland to welcome any and all with the smallest smattering of talent?
Before she passed, your grandmother told you that the flecks of blonde in your hair were from your great grandpa’s Karrnathi blood. For a month, you dreamed of heroically battling goblin hordes alongside Karrn the Conqueror.
Near the end of your shift, the craftmaster assigns you a special order: a present for a Skyway scion, with all the metaphorical and literal trimmings: gold-plated brass, spells of hearing and seeing and locomotion, and soarwood from Aerenal to let the doll fly through the air with the slightest lift. This is the first time you’ve been entrusted with this sort of prestigious commission. You thank the craftmaster respectfully.
Before you begin, you choose a simple strip of brass. You utter the harsh syllables of an incantation, reshaping the strip into a ring, with a delicate engraving of leaves. You offer your work to the workshop’s shrine to Onatar, Sovereign of Fire and Forge, along with a murmured prayer.
You get started on the doll, sawing and sanding the wood. You could use one of the magical tools, with the whirling iron dragon-teeth, but you want to do it by hand: carving, smoothing, repeating chants of solidity and resistance.
You push on, until an owl-whistle blows, and your shift ends.
You often receive letters from home. Father jokes about you sending him a willowy elven bride with a skeletal wooden mask to replace mother. In turn, she “off-handedly” asks if you see many Tharashk half-orcs in the city, scarred and muscled or otherwise. They ask what you do after work. Do you go for a dinner of rich Dagger River salmon and a fantastical Aundairian opera? Do you ascend to Upper Central and drink with the envoys and attachés at a ritzy Ambassador Towers club? Maybe you go to a plaza to watch a Phiarlan crystal theatre performance, the projection of an illusion-shrouded coquette singing and dancing as her attendants collect donations?
In truth, you usually head straight home. Sharn is expensive. Your coin goes to the city for services, the manor for shelter, the workshop for uniforms, the Boromar clan for protection. You make ends meet, though your shifts are long, and end with your hands aching and your lips chapped.
You and a few other workers pool for a skycoach. The wood of the bronze-ribbed boat creaks ominously, but remains blessedly intact as it tilts its sails and dips down, through the gaps between the great towers. Idly fingering the underside of the bench, you frown as you find and pull out a folded placard. A printed image of a hulking iron monster, with a dozen arms that hammer an anvil, stoke a forge, and push a line of forlorn figures over a cliff’s edge. More protests against “tireless warforged stealing jobs from hardworking Brelish.” You frown and think of your father, hunched over and digging fence posts, shovelling sand and gravel foundation inside, working his way across acres of paddocks and farmland…
You wonder why skycoaches never make you feel ill. Perhaps it’s simply part of the Syranian power that lifts the craft.
Someone calls your name. You won the dice roll, and so the vessel drops you off first. Pressing three fingertips together in a gesture of silent thanks to Olladra of Feast and Good Fortune, you step into the manor, and up into your room. Home.
You swap your robe for a set of long drawers: red, mass-produced, cheap, with a stitched pattern of a crowing cockerel that makes you take pains to avoid being seen in them. You slip the heating stone into the oven to scorch the evening’s bread, draw yourself a mug of water, then settle in to read. As if on cue, a muffled tune begins playing from a window across the gap, and the rain seems to sputter in symphony. Rays of the setting sun catch the golden Ring of Siberys high above, glittering amidst the first stars and moons. You can read by such evening light-- your eyes have always been good.
The Sharn Inquisitive. You’re disappointed that they didn’t choose your saying for the daily Beggar Dane, “You catch more bulettes with honey than with bear traps.” Instead, they went with “Treat the beggar as you would the king.” They don’t say that they accept write-in aphorisms, but you fancy yourself an eagle-eyed reader. You’ve seen how maxims change; there must be many writers, not a single bard.
Sipping, your gaze falls upon your bed. You firmly look back to your paper, and read on.
The usual bait headlines. “Cause of the Mourning confirmed!?”, “Nightmare spirits rule Riedra and are coming for YOU, declares traveler from afar,” “King Boranel hints at abdication?” A court report describes the trial of a Swords of Liberty woman accused of trying to blow up Wroat Parliament Hall; her escape attempt was foiled by royal agents despite the cover of a crowd of supporters. An in-depth chronicle of a Xen’drik expedition gone wrong, ending in the Morgrave scholar’s daring escape from lurid “drow torture” and “forbidden giant fleshcrafting”… you tear the paper slightly, to come back to that one. You try not to look at the all too vivid illustration of a qulashtaq, a dream serpent.
You turn to the personals. Missing pet notices, goblins hawking jerky of unnamed meat, a terse writer with appalling grammar seeking others wronged by the dragonmarked houses, someone looking for a lover who enjoys Q’barra-nut cocktails and getting bronzed by the winter sun.
Reading the paper makes you feel part of something greater, a Khorvaire struggling to survive, invent, and grow. You remember the nightly gatherings after your magewright training was finished, learning about the great centres of arcane magic: the floating towers of Arcanix in Aundair, the universities of elven Shae Cairdal and their deathless wardens, the aberrant Blackroot tower of Mordain the Fleshweaver, whispers of a hidden city in Argonnessen where benevolent dragons share the couatl spellcraft that bound the demonic overlords. You imagine the sons and daughters of generals and warlords in the Skyway district, floating high above. You picture them playing with your marionettes, learning the art of war as they direct marching ranks of wooden soldiers. You envision yourself as a toy soldier, marching in line, wand at the ready. Then, as a child once more, lounging on a luxurious red carpet softer than even your precious bedspread, issuing imperious commands to your advancing marionettes.
You feel a twinge in your shoulder, and flinch. You dip your fingers into your mug, ball them up, then flick the droplets to the floor.
After your dinner of scorched bread and thick, savoury spread, you set out your mug of water and turn in. No sooner does your head strike the pillow than the dreams begin.
You float in a bubble upon a thunderstorm gale. You ride atop a train through a dry ocean bed. You kneel before an obelisk bristling with the eyes of dragons. You ride out alongside black knights from a city of six spires. You lay beneath a tall tree and a night sky of overlapping stars and moons.
A woman lies next to you, a black bridal veil obscuring all but her impossibly perfect lips. She whispers into your ear, and you feel her cold hand upon your shoulder.
You clutch your bedspread as you toss and turn.
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2023.05.15 00:37 hhhfan92297 Re-Booking Every WWE PPV From WrestleMania I - WrestleMania XXXIX (Part 85)

WWE Extreme Rules 2018:
Date: 7-15-18
Venue: PPG Paints Arena
City: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Attendance: 14,739
1- Falls Count Anywhere Match for the Cruiserweight Championship: Cedric Alexander © def. Buddy Murphy
(Buddy Murphy attacks Cedric Alexander after Money in the Bank & declares his intention to become the new Cruiserweight Champion. Cedric Alexander makes the challenge for this match & Drake Maverick makes it official. Murphy requests that it be Falls Count Anywhere, so he can hurt Cedric & take what is rightfully his. Cedric says that no man nor juggernaut can stop him.)
2- Raw Tag Team Championship Match: American Alpha def. The Revival ©
(American Alpha win a #1 Contender's Match against Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson on the Raw after Money In The Bank. They say that they've beaten The Revival back in NXT & they'll be more than glad to do it again. Revival say that they'll make those 2 degenerates wish they were back in NXT.)
3- 2 Out of 3 Falls Match for the Intercontinental Championship: Dolph Ziggler (w/ Drew McIntyre) def. Seth Rollins © (2-1)
(After shockingly losing the IC Title to him at Money in the Bank, Seth Rollins makes it his mission to win it back from Dolph Ziggler, challenging him to a 2 out of 3 Falls Match at Extreme Rules. Ziggler accepts Seth's rematch, saying he's not going to interrupt his career resurgence. The Showoff retains once again due to interference from Drew McIntyre.)
4- 6-Man Tag Team Match for the Smackdown Tag Team Championship: SAnitY © (Eric Young, Alexander Wolfe, & Killian Dain) (w/ Nikki Cross) def. The New Day
(The New Day return on the Smackdown after Money in the Bank & brawl with Sanity after the latter trio win a squash match. Kofi, Xavier, & Big E want revenge on SAnitY for not only putting them on the shelf, but for costing Kofi a chance to be in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match. Both teams brawl whenever they meet, so Paige makes this match. The New Day vow to shine their light through SAnitY’s darkness. SAnitY vow to put The New Day out of their misery.)
5- Bobby Lashley (w/ Lio Rush) def. Finn Bálor - Lumberjack Match
(Lashley & Bálor begin feuding after Finn won Money in the bank. The two keep on getting into chaotic brawls, with each one getting worse & worse every week. Lashley spears Bálor through the minitron one week, then the next week they're scheduled to have a Steel Cage match, but the match doesn't happen as Bobby shoulder tackles one of the cage walls as Bálor is outside, with the wall collapsing on Bálor. Kurt Angle realizes that they have a problem on hand here, & make a lumberjack match to try & contain the 2 men.)
6- Steel Cage Match for the United States Championship: Rusev © def. Bobby Roode
(Rusev & Bobby Roode have one more match together. The Glorious One challenges Rusev to a Steel Cage Match to keep Aiden English out of bay. Rusev accepts & says that he'll find another way to beat him & then go on to celebrate the greatest holiday of all time.)
7- Extreme Rules Match for the Raw Women's Championship: Alexa Bliss © def. Ruby Riott (w/ The Riott Squad)
(Heel vs Heel. The Riott Squad begin feuding with Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss after they attack Alexa on an episode of Raw & give her a Triple Powerbomb through the announce table. Ruby then wins a Fatal 4-Way Match over Sasha Banks, Bayley, & Natalya to become the #1 Contender to the Raw Women's Championship. Ruby says that she's the most dominant women in all of wrestling, and is the uncrowned Raw Women's Champion. Alexa scoffs at Ruby proclaiming to be the most dominant woman in all of wrestling, reminding everyone she's been Raw Women's Champion for one whole year, & will take care of the delusional Ruby Riott.)
8- Daniel Bryan & Brie Bella def. The Miz & Maryse
(Due to interference from Maryse at MITB, Brie Bella returns to have her husband's back against The It Couple. This is also the final match between Miz & Bryan.)
9- Last Woman Standing Match for the Smackdown Women's Championship: Asuka © def. Nikki Cross
(This is the final battle between these 2 longstanding rivals. Nikki says she will finally put the dagger in Asuka's title reign & streak, & Asuka says she will blind Nikki's hopes with green mist. This match is the same one they had in NXT.)
10- Roman Reigns def. Neville
(Both men begin feuding with each other after Money in the Bank, with each man mocking each other for their shortcomings.)
11- Extreme Rules Match for the WWE Championship: Shinsuke Nakamura © (w/ Paul Heyman) def. Samoa Joe
(Joe becomes #1 contender after winning a Fatal 5-Way over Rusev, Daniel Bryan, The Miz, & Jinder Mahal to get this match. Heyman says that his client has already humiliated Joe in title matches not once, but twice, so what makes him think this time will be any different. Joe says that ever since Nakamura joined up with Heyman, he's become soft, & isn't the right person to become the WWE Champion.)
12- Fatal 4 Way Match for the World Heavyweight Championship: Braun Strowman © def. Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan, & Luke Harper
(The Wyatt Family implode! Following Strowman retaining his World Heavyweight Championship over Neville at Money in the Bank, The Monster Among Men finds himself involved in a conflict with his former Wyatt Family leader, Bray Wyatt, when Wyatt interrupts Strowman during a promo on the Raw after Money in the Bank, saying that just like Luke Harper, Braun Strowman needs to come home, the World Heavyweight Championship needs to come to the Wyatt Family, & Wyatt is gonna ensure that happens. Later on in the evening, Braun Strowman faces off against Erick Rowan, but the match ends in a DQ after Bray Wyatt interferes, before Luke Harper runs down to make the save. This leads to a Fatal 4-Way Match being set up, with all 4 former Wyatt Family Members facing off. Raw GM Kurt Angle sets up a Fatal 4-Wy Match for the World Heavyweight Championship between the 4 former Wyatt Family members at Extreme Rules. Rowan wants his chance to finally become a World Champion, Harper wants to win the World Title & put his feud with his former stablemates behind him, Wyatt wants to put Harper & Strowman in their place for betraying him & become World Heavyweight Champion, whilst Strowman wants to prove why he was the best of The Wyatt Family by retaining his World Heavyweight Championship.)
Non-PPV Title Change:
NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV
Date: 8-18-18
Venue: Barclays Center
City: Brooklyn, New York
Attendance: 14,676
1- 2 Out of 3 Falls Match for the NXT World Tag Team Championship: The Undisputed Era © (Kyle O'Reilly & Roderick Strong) def. Mustache Mountain (2-1)
(The Undisputed Era defeated Moustache Mountain for the titles on the 07/11/18 episode of NXT after Tyler Bate throws in the towel when Trent Seven refuses to submit to Kyle O’Reilly’s heel hook submission. MM invoke their rematch clause & say that nothing will give them greater pleasure than beating The Undisputed Era again & proving that they belong in NXT. The UE vow to send their opponents back across the pond empty-handed. William Regal makes the match a 2 out of 3 Falls Match since the teams are 1-1 in their series against each other. The War Raiders attack Strong & O'Reilly after the match.)
2- Velveteen Dream def. EC3
(After EC3 walked out on Velveteen Dream, The Top One Percenter turns face & begins feuding with Dream, which leads to a match here.)
3- NXT Women's Championship Match: Kairi Sane def. Shayna Baszler ©
(Sane beats Bianca Belair and Lacey Evans in a triple threat #1 contenders match to get this opportunity. Sane reminds Shayna how she already beat her to win the Mae Young Classic, & says she'll do it again. Shayna says Kairi's win was a fluke, she wasn't 100% that day, that was Kairi's best day and that was her worst. Kairi wins by countering the Kirifuda Clutch like ala AJ Styles & Samoa Joe at Hell in a Cell 2018 to get the win & win the Women's Title.)
4- NXT North American Championship Match: Ricochet def. Adam Cole ©
(Following his win over The Velveteen Dream in Chicago, Ricochet announces his intention to become North American Champion. The former Prince Puma says that unlike Adam Cole, he wont back down from a challenge like a coward. Cole accepts this challenge, saying he’ll ground the King of Flight in Brooklyn, because unlike all of the sheep who watch on, he sees Ricochet for who he really is, someone that just isn't special, because all he is, is just some flippy guy with no charisma. The moonsault into a superkick spot still happens because it got a huge pop in real life.)
5- Kassius Ohno def. Lars Sullivan
(The rubber match between the two. Sullivan attacks Ohno on an episode of NXT & they brawl almost each time they lock eye to eye until William Regal makes this match.)
6- Ambulance Match for the NXT World Championship: Tommaso Ciampa © def. Johnny Gargano
(Gargano & Ciampa still can't stand each other. Gargano's hatred for Ciampa accidentally helps him win the NXT World Championship from Aleister Black. Realizing he's done f\cked up, Johnny demands a shot for the title against Ciampa. William Regal makes the match an Ambulance Match, to finally lay this rivalry to rest once & for all. Johnny vows to send Tommaso straight to hell, while Tommaso says he can't wait to lay the career of Johnny Gargano to rest. Gargano disappears from TV for a while after the match.)*
SummerSlam 2018:
Date: 8-19-18
Venue: Barclays Center
City: Brooklyn, New York
Attendance: 16,169
1- Cruiserweight Championship Match: Cedric Alexander © def. Drew Gulak
(Drew Gulak defeats Mustafa Ali on 205 Live to become #1 Contender. Gulak says that nobody is more worthy to lead 205 Live than him & that he will ground Cedric Alexander & keep the brand a "no fly zone" for everyone’s benefit. Cedric thinks Gulak believes his own hype & that he will continue the Age of Alexander.)
2- Bayley def. Sasha Banks - Falls Count Anywhere Match
(On an episode of Raw, Sasha Banks and Bayley have a confrontation that leads to Sasha attacking Bayley backstage. The next week, Bayley finally unleashes her violent side & brutally attacks The Boss. This leads to Kurt Angle making this match. Both women simply want to destroy each other.)
3- Raw Tag Team Championship Match: The Authors of Pain (w/ Paul Ellering) def. The Revival ©
(The 2 hosses Akam and Rezar, known as Authors of Pain have steamrolled their way through every tag team on Raw, eventually earning themselves a shot at The Revival's tag team titles. The Revival say that AOP aren't beneficial to tag team wrestling, with the way they just run around & clobber 2 randoms, they aren't helping make tag team wrestling better, which is what The Revival are about.)
4- Intercontinental Championship Match: Seth Rollins (w/ Dean Ambrose) def. Dolph Ziggler © (w/ Drew McIntyre)
(Rollins realizes that he can't beat Ziggler as long as Drew McIntyre is there, so he reveals on the go hone episode of Raw that Dean Ambrose has agreed to return at SummerSlam & be in his corner. Ziggler says it doesn't matter who Seth Rollins has in his corner, cause it won't be enough to win back the IC Title.)
5- Samoa Joe def. AJ Styles
(Joe begins attacking AJ after Extreme Rules, and makes things personal when he gets AJ's family involved, saying that AJ is a bad role model for his kids. AJ says he'll make Joe regret ever mentioning his family. During the match, Joe taunts AJ's wife and daughter, who are in the crowd.)
6- Smackdown Tag Team Championship Match: The New Day (w/ Big E Langston) def. SAnitY (Eric Young & Alexander Wolfe) © (w/ Nikki Cross & Killian Dain)
(The New Day challenge Sanity to another match, saying they won’t stop until they have saved Smackdown from the savage quartet. Eric Young accepts on SAnitY’s behalf & promises that their chaos will destroy The New Day & extinguish their light of positivity forever.)
7- Finn Bálor def. Bray Wyatt
(The Eater of Worlds attack Finn Bálor on the Raw after Extreme Rules. He says that he enjoyed Finn's pain & he wants to be his worst nightmare. The following week, Bálor attacks Wyatt in retaliation. He goes to Kurt Angle to make a match between him & Bray Wyatt official for SummerSlam in which Kurt does. On the final Raw before SummerSlam, Bray pours blood-like liquid on Finn Bálor who brings out The Demon in this match. Unfortunately, Bray Wyatt suffers an injury in this match & will be out for a while.)
8- Fatal 4 Way Match for the United States Championship: Andrade "Cien" Almas (w/ Zelina Vega) def. Jeff Hardy, Randy Orton, & Rusev © (w/ Aiden English)
(El Idolo gets involved in the feud between Randy Orton, Rusev, & Jeff Hardy after Orton interferes in a match between the trio for the US Title. Zelina says it's about time her client won a title on the main roster, & starts with ending Rusev Day. Orton says that he's not gonna let some mexican rookie steal the one title that has alluded him. Jeff says Andrade hasn't done anything of note since coming to the main roster, & isn't gonna take this opportunity away from him. Rusev simply says he'll crush them all & continue to celebrate Rusev Day.)
9- Triple Threat Match for the Smackdown Women's Championship: Charlotte Flair def. Asuka © & Becky Lynch
(The Queen challenges The Empress of Tomorrow to a Smackdown Women's Championship Match at SummerSlam. Charlotte says that Asuka may have beaten everyone else since her arrival in WWE, but she has never beaten her & she'll be the one to break her streak. Asuka accepts & says Charlotte will not be ready for Asuka. Becky Lynch defeats Carmella on the final Smackdown before this PPV to get added to the match. The Queen wins this match by pinning Becky instead of Asuka. After this match, Becky & Charlotte Flair hug only for Becky to slap Charlotte in the face & gives her a beat down that sends The Queen through an announce table. After that, Becky Lynch starts to notice that she brung the MITB Briefcase with her. So...)
10- Smackdown Women's Championship Match - Money In The Bank Cash-In: Becky Lynch (MITB) def. Charlotte Flair ©
(After the vicious beatdown on Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch announces that she's cashing in her MITB contract. She puts Charlotte in the Dis-Arm-Her which forces her to tap out & Becky Lynch becomes a 2x Smackdown Women's Champion.)
11- Roman Reigns def. Adrian Neville - Loser Leaves WWE Match
(The Big Dog & Da Bastard continue feuding to the point that they agree that WWE isn't big enough for both of them, & they agree that whoever loses their match at SummerSlam must leave WWE. This is Neville's final match in the company, as he leaves 5 days later when his contract expires to return to Dragon Gate as Pac before showing up in AEW the next year.)
12- Raw Women's Championship Match: Ronda Rousey def. Alexa Bliss © via DQ
(Ronda goes after Alexa after Extreme Rules, due to Alexa costing her the Money in the Bank ladder match. Ronda says someone needs to humiliate this barbie doll, & it's gonna be her. Alexa says Ronda doesn't deserve a shot at her title after 2 matches with a .500 record, & should go back to getting her a$$ kicked by Amanda Nunes. Alexa wins by lying, cheating, & stealing, when she gets her title belt while the ref is down, throws it at Ronda, & falls over, making the ref think that Ronda hit the ref with the title.)
13- Kevin Owens def. The Miz
(Kevin Owens crosses paths with Miz on an episode of Smackdown when both men badmouth each other backstage & this match is made. Owens says that Miz is everything that is wrong with WWE, & that he will send him back to Hollywood a broken man. Miz says that he won’t let some hot head talk to the A-Lister like that.)
14- World Heavyweight Championship Match: Bobby Lashley (w/ Lio Rush) def. Braun Strowman ©
(Bobby Lashley wins a Triple Threat #1 Contender's Match involving Roman Reigns & Adrian Neville on the Raw after Extreme Rules. Lio Rush says that The Almighty will slay The Monster Among Men & the Almighty run will begin. Braun Strowman says he'll end the "Almighty" hype of Lashley & continue his dominant run as World Champion. Bobby Lashley picks up the win shocking due to a distraction from Lio Rush who kept on chanting "LASHLEY! LASHLEY! LASHLEY!")
15- WWE Championship Match: Daniel Bryan def. Shinsuke Nakamura © (w/ Paul Heyman)
(Daniel Bryan defeats Randy Orton to become the #1 Contender for Shinsuke Nakamura's WWE Title. He says that it's been 4 years since he was WWE Champion & he wants to win the title back. But more importantly, he's glad that he gets to do it against someone like Shinsuke Nakamura. Paul Heyman, on Shinsuke's behalf, says that the last time Bryan as WWE Champion, Brock Lesnar gave him an a$$ kicking of a lifetime & sent his ass home. Now 4 years later, another Paul Heyman guy has the title & it won't be any different come SummerSlam. Towards the end of the match, Nakamura goes for a Kinshasa, but Bryan moves out of the way, & Naka hits the ref. Bryan sees this, & decides to embark on a low blow's bizarre adventure & nail Nakamura right in the d\ck with a low blow, shockingly turning Bryan heel to a chorus of boos. Bryan then hits a Running knee, 1-2-3, Daniel Bryan is once again WWE Champion. Following the match, Bryan hits Naka with another running knee, followed by repeated stomps to the head, with an ocean of boos & "F*ck you Bryan" chants directed at Bryan as SummerSlam goes off the air. The Following Smackdown, the now heel Daniel Bryan trashes the WWE Championship, debuts its Eco-Friendly variant, & dubs himself "The New Daniel Bryan".)*
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2023.05.14 03:46 Disastrous-Bend-6684 Cleaning Nicotine

My grandmother passed recently and left a collection of Boyd, Seymour Mann, and Ashton Drake (among other) dolls, some very old, some of which are now in my possession. She was a heavy smoker towards the end and she stopped caring for them the way she used to, but for many years she cares for them very well
Does anyone have tips and tricks or tried and true methods to cleaning up a neglected doll? Mostly porcelain faces and clothes with many different textures. The dolls are in excellent shape otherwise, which is truly unfortunate
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2023.05.12 21:46 Loud-Pollution7174 Does anyone know dupes for some of my favourite ABH liquid lipsticks- Tulip, Vintage, Madison, Carina, Sugar Plum and Craft. I prefer more well-known brands because I live in the EU. Price point not an issue. Thanks!

Does anyone know dupes for some of my favourite ABH liquid lipsticks- Tulip, Vintage, Madison, Carina, Sugar Plum and Craft. I prefer more well-known brands because I live in the EU. Price point not an issue. Thanks! submitted by Loud-Pollution7174 to MakeupAddiction [link] [comments]

2023.05.09 14:07 LBB-Entertainment Drake Getting Punk'd Ashton Kutcher Funny Videos

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2023.05.09 03:53 dontmindmyweirdness Ashton Drake Doll

Ashton Drake Doll
Never touched, anyone know of collectors who might want to buy this?? Not sure how much it's worth
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2023.05.08 04:28 Ame-no-nobuko Durability - Blunt Force





Wood/Other Material




Peak Humans

Minor Damage
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2023.05.05 16:03 ensureplink Drake Getting Punk'd Ashton Kutcher Funny Videos [Frickin' Cringe]

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2023.05.04 22:12 peak-7 FINAL POST: Why does the show like to act like Hanna x Mona's friendship was better than Hanna x Alison?

Hi guys! This will be my final post on this subreddit. As much as I love Pretty Little Liars, I feel like it's time to close this chapter in my life and finally move on. I will revisit the show from time to time but I feel like it's becoming a bit of an obssession so I'm just going to let it go for now. Much love to inlovewithicecream and lifeinwentworth for making this subreddit an amazing experience for me with your insightful posts and comments that have helped to enhance my PLL experience and perspective of the show at large (especially in regards to Charlotte as A).
In regards to the rewrite I mentioned that I would be developing...I'm putting it on hold for a while. I really want to write this but I feel like I lack the proper experience, research and time to do so right now. I'm definitely going to pick it up again in the future but right now it's just not happening. Hopefully someone else can get an idea to do it because I'd also love to see a lot of your own takes on the series.
Now onto the post itself,
It's understandable to see why Hanna x Alison's friendship was not good in the slightest. Out of all the Liars, Alison abused Hanna the most by making passive aggressive comments and jokes about her weight ('There's not that much stretch', 'Hold on to those baggy sweaters'). She always made Hanna feel bad about herself, whether intentionally or not. She even taught Hanna how to purge which is extremely dangerous (the show never actually confirms whether she had an eating disorder or not so I did not include that).
The show often likes to act that Mona was a much better friend to Hanna because their relationship was emotionally deeper than the one she had with Alison (or that's what they like to portray). Mona cares about Hanna a lot and vice versa.
However, Mona was worse to Hanna than she was to Alison. She was extremely possessive of Hanna and tortured her and the other Liars because they 'took her' from Mona-like Hanna's a toy or something. The reality is that Mona and Hanna grew apart in junior high and Mona just couldn't let it go for some reason.
Not to mention, as much there are times when Mona makes Hanna feel good about herself let's not forget that Mona transformed Hanna into a Mini-me of Alison because she was still fucking obssessed with her. She tries to justify this in 5x03 by saying, 'If I hadn't given you the Ali upgrade, where would you be?'.Gee Mona, what were you expecting Hanna to do? Kiss your feet for turning her into another version of her 'dead' best friend?
Her delusion knows no limits. She's so upset when Hanna doesn't immediately forgive her for being A. Mona mowed Hanna down with a car like she was roadkill! She tried to get Hanna to purge once again for her own amusement. I could go on and on but this post is getting too long.
And if we're saying well Mona cared about Hanna and saved her life multiple times didn't Alison do the same? She cared deeply about her which is why she visited her in the hospital (she also might've done it to see if she actually remembered who A was) and pulled her out of the fire at Thornehill Lodge. This doesn't erase all of the bad Alison did to Hanna, it also doesn't change the fact that Hanna didn't need someone like Alison in her life again and should've cut her off as soon as she got back to town (and Alison with the Liars after they framed her for Mona's murder-but I've already elaborated on that in a number of posts.).
The same goes for Mona, she was wish-washy, constantly being a good friend to Hanna as well as her worst enemy (interestingly, Hanna also described Alison this way in 2x04 'Blind Dates'). Also, the end of the series 7x20 has shown us that Mona hasn't changed a bit and is still playing with people like they're dolls (yes I know it's Mary Drake and Alex but my point still stands). The way I see it, she's still a deeply toxic person and while her mental illness has a part to play in it, it's no excuse given the amount of lucidity she displays (though that might just be bad writing. I think-I'm not a mental health expert so someone who is can correct me). Hanna should've kicked her to curb and never looked back, c'est fini!

Post over. I'm going to miss you guys! - Kisses, A (/jk it's peak-7)
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2023.05.03 08:50 JustAM1n3craftP1ay3r I don't think I understand how teambuilding works. I would like some help on it and which nikkes to prioritize and put together

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2023.05.03 02:29 Mrgomnrd A different take on how and WHY Ezra could have been the over- arching A

Ok I know this is long, but I really like this theory. So please read and tell me what you think!
Means- he had a large trust fund he could access whenever he wanted. The carrisimi investments were too convenient. And Cece never made a bad investment? Incredibly unrealistic. But if she had support from Ezra, it makes a lot more sense. No other suspect had such easy financial means.
But from the beginning...
He was obviously obsessed with Alison from when he met her. His lair was covered in large pictures of her. If it was just for spying on the liars (for his book or as A) why multiple large pictures of Alison on then walls? One *maybe* so he would clearly remember what she looks like and could reference when he thought he spotted her, but multiple? No, he was obsessed. More on that below.
After Alison went missing, he wanted to find her, or at least punish her killer, so came to Rosewood. He would have extensively researched the dilaurentis family which would have led him to the story of Charles, to Radley and he would have learnt what happened to Alison that night, but realised that she was alive. He could have manipulated Cece into continuing the game from Mona for him, so that he was pulling the strings without Cece realising, hence the confession of 6:10. His manipulation being behind everything would explain Cece being unable to produce a clear motive.
This brings us to his motive- Ezra wasn't just obsessed with Alison- he also genuinely, in his own twisted way, wanted her to be happy. He wasn't in love with her- that went to Aria (more on that below), but he still loved her.That's why he was initially so quick to break up with her about her lying about her age, despite him probably knowing about that already. He didn't want to DATE her. He loved her in a different, obsessive way. (He literally took a bullet for her.) That's why he started the game- he was looking for her, because he wanted to HELP her come home, after being attacked and forced on the run. And if you analyse the show through this lens, it all slots in. He didn't care about the pain he caused her- because in his mind, he was just working to have her end up happy. He felt her pain was worth her ultimate happiness. (He was a writer - writers hurt their characters, but usually give them happy endings.)
He continued the A attacks in Rosewood, so Alison would be forced to stay there, because in his messed up head, her temporary pain was fine, as long as she had a happy ending- which included being able to stay at home.
What happened IN the doll house was all Cece- the mind games on the girls. That was what was in it for that side of the A team, and what Ezra used to entice Cece into it. But Ezra was focused on the rescue:
He would allow Alison to play the hero. He knew the others weren't so happy with her. He saw how quickly they turned on her over slapping Mona. He realised that Hanna and Spencer held a grudge, and they wouldn't let go of it easily. Also, Alison making up a kidnapping story due to Mona was not part of his plan, and it meant that she was being scrutinised. The others were against her, but so would the world be when it would inevitably come out. If the girls were kidnapped, others would be more understanding of them afterwards - realise Alison has been through a lot and would help her. The others would feel guilty they had put her in prison and try to be there for her.
He allowed Alison to be the one to rescue them- to ensure that the 4 people she loved would trust her back. He wanted to give her the family she craved. It didn't hurt that he would be the hero to Aria too- having fallen in 'love' with her. He started dating her to find out info, but did genuinely fall for her. That's why she received far less torture than the others. He did not want to hurt her. But he let her move on without him. He wasn't obsessed like with Alison.
That's why he let the game end in 6:10. He gave Alison a sibling to care about, she was at peace with the others, and even showed signs of moving on- she was able to date again, open up to others.
Time jump: Alison was in pain again over Cece's death and she was seeing a con artist (his obsession meant that he checked into her love interests). But also- Aria was back and seeing her brought back feelings. Nicole was gone. So he could solve all the problems by restarting the game.
And it worked. Aria came straight back to him. He started off alone, and ended engaged. As for Alison, he had Archer make her check herself into welby purely for the eggs operation. He had to let Archer steal her money, but Alison owned her house and had a job- he felt on balance it was worth it for her. He knew Alison and Emily cared for each other, and this gave Alison what she was desperate for- a family. Her happy ending (in his twisted mind). Archer may have started to kidnap Alison, but he was probably instructed to bring her to somewhere or other- and then Alison would be given opportunity to escape, and Archer would leave Rosewood happily with his money.
The only thing left would be to continue the game. The girls killing Archer helped them be forced to play along, but he could have had other plans initially- such as bribing them (e.g. Giving Spencer Mary Drake's letter, helping Emily with her test)
He had to inform Alison and Emily about the baby. The joint fear of A hurting the baby (destroying the nursery) would bring them closer. And he had to discover the killer to bring closure to Alison. Both were accomplished. That also explains why the others didn't have such hard tasks- visit toby. Ruin a business meeting. It didn't matter because it wasn't about them.
The reason Aria was chosen to be a helper was because he wanted his future wife to have some experience of what he had been doing. He wanted her, on some level, to understand him. He couldn't tell her the truth, but he could force her to be on the A team. In his mind, he may have even seen it as romantic.
And that's where he ended off. Aria as his wife, and Alison with a wife and family. To his mind, he had given both Alison and himself a happy ending.
If you finished that, thank you! What are your thoughts? I want to hear them!
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2023.05.02 05:46 BurnMcTrashAccount Ashton Drake Dolls

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2023.05.02 04:50 DaWong361 Harmony Cube recs?

Current characters that I mainly use: Privaty Doll Liter Centi Alice Modernia Drake Dorothy
No overloaded gears yet... What cubes should I be running for these girls? says Resilience is good for most Attack types, so does Modernia still need the hit rate up Assault Cube?
Thanks for the advice!
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