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NFL Week 11 Results

NFL Week 11 Results

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

Get all of the NFL’s Week 11 Results below:

Carolina Panthers 23, New Orleans Saints 20

Buffalo Bills 16, Cincinnati Bengals 12

Pittsburgh Steelers 24, Cleveland Browns 9

Dallas Cowboys 27, Baltimore Ravens 17

Detroit Lions 26, Jacksonville Jaguars 19

Indianapolis Colts 24, Tennessee Titans 17

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19, Kansas City Chiefs 17

Minnesota Vikings 30, Arizona Cardinals 24

New York Giants 22, Chicago Bears 16

Miami Dolphins 14, Los Angeles Rams 10

Seattle Seahawks 26, Philadelphia Eagles 15

New England Patriots 30, San Francisco 49ers 17

Washington 42, Green Bay Packers 24

Oakland Raiders 27, Houston Texans 20

No MVP, no problem. The Golden State Warriors advance to round 2

No MVP, no problem. The Golden State Warriors advance to round 2

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

The NBA’s most valuable player Stephen Curry was not available for round one of the NBA playoffs but that did not stop the Golden State Warriors from making easy-work of Houston Rockets in round one of this year’s NBA playoffs.

Golden State defeated the Rockets by a convincing score of 114-81 in game 5 of their first-round series last night and thus advanced to round 2 of the 2016 NBA Playoffs.

The Warriors will now play the Portland Trail Blazers, who moved on to the second-round of the NBA Playoffs by defeating the Los Angeles Clippers.

Stephen Curry is not expected to be available until game five of the second-round series with the Trail Blazers, so it will be interesting to see how the Warriors handle the first four games.

Who do you think wins the Portland vs. Golden State series?

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BJ Penn vs. Dennis Siver set for UFC 199

BJ Penn vs. Dennis Siver set for UFC 199

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

Former UFC lightweight and welterweight champion BJ Penn (16-10-2) will return to the octagon this summer when he squares off with Dennis Siver (22-11 MMA) in a featherweight bout at June’s UFC 199 pay-per-view event in Inglewood, California.

UFC officials just made the announcement.

“The Prodigy” will return to the octagon for the first time since losing to Frankie Edgar in the main event of the ‘TUF 19 Finale’ in July of 2014. The UFC Hall of Famer is looking to make a run at the promotions featherweight title. Thirteen of Penn’s sixteen career victories have come by form of stoppage (submission/KO).

Meanwhile, Dennis Siver was last seen in action at June’s UFC Fight Night 69 event, where he suffered a unanimous decision loss to Tatsuya Kawajiri. The 37-year-old has gone 3-3 with 1 no-contest over his past seven octagon appearances. Siver’s most recent win came over Charles Rosa via decision at UFC Fight Night 53.

UFC 199 takes place June 4 and is headlined by a middleweight title fight rematch featuring current champ Luke Rockhold defending his strap against former title holder Chris Weidman. In the evening’s co-main event, UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz will defend his title against bitter rival Urijah Faber.

How do you see the Penn vs. Siver bout playing out?

Jennings: At some point I’ll tell my kids I got to play with Cordarrelle Patterson‏

Jennings: At some point I’ll tell my kids I got to play with Cordarrelle Patterson‏

By: Chris Taylor



Minnesota Vikings receiver Cordarrelle Patterson is expected to have a breakout year this upcoming season.

The Vikings first overall pick in the 2013 draft put up solid numbers in his rookie season last year.

However, under the guidance of new Minnesota Offensive Coordinator Norv Turner, the expectations for #84 have sky rocketed.

Patterson has already stated that his goal is to become a top-5 playmaker in the NFL this season.

Many people would say that goal is a stretch, but according to teammates and sources, Patterson looks to be as good or better than former Vikings star Percy Harvin.

Veteran wide receiver Greg Jennings had nothing but great things to say about the second-year receiver, his words:

“I’m excited,” Jennings told “I told him this, and maybe it was a little premature, but I told him, ‘At some point, I’m going to tell my kids I played with Cordarrelle Patterson.’”

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