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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudcat View Post
    I've done that, so I feel your pain. I admire your fortitude.
    I remember your Eagles chise on Madden 12, that massive undertaking you went to get that franchise file up to date with the rookies. I think you were also re-rating all the players by FBG. That had to be brutal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mocks View Post
    Good luck bruh.
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    Wild Card Weekend Recap

    Alex Smith and the Chiefs decimate the Titans.

    Bills one-and-done, Alex Smith stars

    Bills 6, Jaguars 27
    Blake Bortles: 20-32 (62.5%), 220 yards, 2 rushing touchdowns
    Tyrod Taylor: 22-39 (56.4%), 178 yards, 4 interceptions, 111 rushing yards

    Falcons 20, Rams 24
    Matt Ryan: 20-34 (58.8%), 161 yards, 1 touchdown, 2 interceptions
    Sean Mannion (replaced Goff in the third): 10-22 (45.5%), 1 touchdown, 1 interception
    Todd Gurley: 22 rush, 57 yards, 2.6 average, 1 touchdown

    Titans 10, Chiefs 48
    Alex Smith: 22-30 (73.3%), 274 yards, 4 touchdowns
    Kareem Hunt: 25 rush, 98 yards, 3.9 average, 2 touchdowns
    Tyreek Hill: 8 receptions, 158 yards, 19.8 average, 3 touchdowns

    Panthers 20, Saints 21
    Drew Brees: 28-45 (62.2%), 302 yards, 1 touchdown, 2 interceptions
    Alvin Kamara: 12 rush, 39 yards, 3.3 average, 2 touchdowns

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    Broncos Request Interviews with Cooter, Van Pelt

    Lions offensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter may find his way back to Denver.

    The Broncos have demonstrated interest in NFC North coaches

    The Broncos fired offensive coordinator Mike McCoy midseason and replaced him with quarterback coach Bill Musgrave. With the hiring of Mike Sullivan as QBs coach, the Broncos did not restore Musgrave to his initial role nor did they retain him as OC. He has been named as the passing game coordinator, which leaves the offensive coordinator role open.

    Head coach Vance Joseph and general manager John Elway are expected to interview former Packers QB coach Alex Van Pelt and Lions OC Jim Bob Cooter for the job. Van Pelt, along with Packers OC Edgar Bennett, was dismissed after the season. Cooter, however, remains with the Lions but is reportedly interested in moving on from Detroit if he does not take their current head coach vacancy. Cooter was in Denver back in 2013 as an assistant.

    Alex Van Pelt, former Packers QB Coach
    • Buffalo Bills Quality Control/Quarterbacks Coach/Offensive Coordinator (2006-2009)
    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quarterbacks Coach (2010-2011)
    • Green Bay Packers Running Backs Coach/Quarterbacks Coach (2012-2017)


    Jim Bob Cooter, Lions Offensive Coordinator
    • Indianapolis Colts Offensive Assistant (2009-2011)
    • Kansas City Chiefs Quality Control Coordinator (2012)
    • Denver Broncos Offensive Assistant (2013)
    • Detroit Lions Quarterbacks Coach/Offensive Coordinator (2014-2017)

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    Divisional Round Recap

    Tom Brady tosses five touchdowns in divisonal round win.

    Chiefs dismantled, Jags upset Pittsburgh

    Chiefs 3, Patriots 58
    Tom Brady: 31-42 (73.8%), 344 yards, 5 touchdowns
    Dion Lewis: 33 rush, 143 yards, 4.3 average, 1 touchdown

    Saints 24, Eagles 34
    Jay Ajayi: 18 rush, 73 yards, 4.1 average, 2 touchdowns
    Wendell Smallwood: 11 rush, 40 yards, 3.6 average, 1 touchdown
    Malcolm Jenkins: 56-yard interception return touchdown

    Jaguars 16, Steelers 14
    Blake Bortles: 21-30 (70.0%), 192 yards, 1 rushing touchdown
    Joshua Dobbs (Roethlisberger dislocates shoulder in first): 19-27 (70.4%), 210 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception, 1 rushing touchdown

    Rams 24, Vikings 27
    Jared Goff: 12-25 (48.0%), 181 yards, 2 touchdowns, 2 interceptions
    Case Keenum: 22-31 (71.0%), 1 touchdown, 3 interceptions
    Dalvin Cook: 21 rush, 83 yards, 4.0 average

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    Alex Van Pelt Signed as Offensive Coordinator

    After not being retained by Green Bay, Van Pelt joins on in Denver.

    The Broncos add Van Pelt

    The Broncos have completed their offensive coordinator search, tabbing former Packers QB coach Alex Van Pelt for the job. Jim Bob Cooter, who was also interviewed, declined in hope of a head coaching position.

    "Vance [Joseph] and I felt an instant connection," said general manager John Elway. "We saw how well he worked with Aaron Rodgers and [Brett] Hundley, we hope for the same with our players.

    Van Pelt worked in Green Bay since 2012 and has prior experience as an OC from when he was in Buffalo in 2009. He had an eleven-year playing career has a quarterback from 1993 to 2004. Despite this hiring, Vance Joseph confirmed that Van Pelt may not have complete control of offensive playcalling and pass game coordinator Bill Musgrave may have a hand in that task.

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    Conference Championship Recap

    Case Keenum's game-winning score sends the Vikes to the Super Bowl.

    Patriots and Vikings advance to the Super Bowl

    Jaguars 28, Patriots 42
    Tom Brady: 35-43 (81.4%), 337 yards, 5 touchdowns
    Blake Bortles: 18-26 (69.2%), 215 yards, 2 touchdowns, 1 interception
    Brandin Cooks: 10 receptions, 78 yards, 7.9 average, 2 touchdowns
    Rob Gronkowski: 9 receptions, 81 yards, 9.0 average, 1 touchdown

    Vikings 30, Eagles 23
    Case Keenum: 15-28 (53.3%), 204 yards, 2 interceptions, 1 rushing touchdown
    Latavius Murray: 14 rush, 36 yards, 2.6 average, 1 touchdown
    Jerick McKinnon: 6 rush, 16 yards, 2.7 average, 1 touchdown

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