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Seahawks looks to take over NFC West with Week 15 win over the Rams

Seahawks looks to take over NFC West with Week 15 win over the Rams

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

The Seattle Seahawks (8-5) will look to take over top spot in the NFC West by defeating division rivals the Los Angeles Rams (9-4) in Week 15 of the NFL’s regular season.

Seattle has gone 21-7 in their last 28 games played in the month of December.

The Seahawks are coming off a disappointing 30-24 road loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 14, but are favored to bounce back at home in Week 15 against the Rams.

Seattle and Los Angeles have already played once this season, with the Seahawks emerging victorious 16-10 back in October.

With that said, Seattle will be missing two key players this time around as they will be without the services of Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor.

In order for Los Angeles to pull off the upset, the Rams will need quarterback Jared Goff to play at his absolute best.

The second-year pivot has been instrumental in helping the Rams offense average 30.5 points per game this season.

Who do you think will emerge victorious this Sunday in Seattle, the Rams or the Hawks?

Vikings activate QB Teddy Bridgewater, place Sam Bradford on the IR

Vikings activate QB Teddy Bridgewater, place Sam Bradford on the IR

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

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford earned “NFC Player of the Week” honors in Week 1 of the NFL season. As it turns out, that will be the only game he plays this year.

The Vikings announced Wednesday that they had placed the now veteran quarterback on the injured reserve.

The good news for Minnesota fans is the club has activated former starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

Bridgewater is coming off a gruesome non-contact knee injury that almost cost him his leg.

The Vikings currently sit at 6-2 on the season and have performed well under current starting quarterback Case Keenum.

Texans QB Deshaun Watson out for the season with torn ACL

Texans QB Deshaun Watson out for the season with torn ACL

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

The Astros may have won the World Series, but not all news is good in Houston, Texas.

The Houston Texans recently announced that they will be without the services of starting quarterback Deshaun Watson for the remainder of the 2017-2018 NFL season.

Watson suffered a torn ACL during practice on Thursday in a non-contact play.

“They say you never miss it until it’s gone and even though it’s not gone for long, I already miss it,” Watson said in a statement posted to Twitter on Friday. “Yesterday, I felt like I let my teammates, my fans and my family down. However, as a child of God, I understand that everything happens for a reason. He DON’T make mistakes!

“Today, the journey back seems far but I’ve been here before and will conquer it once again. I want to thank each and every one of my teammates for their unwavering support. My NFL brothers, thanks for all the prayers. To my fans, I cannot begin to express my gratitude for your relentless encouragement. To the countless others who have reach out, I am humbled and can only say thank you from the depths of my heart. I play this game for you all, and I am grateful for the love you have shown me, not only over the past 24 hours, but throughout this entire season.

“I promise that I will continue to work diligently so that this team can one day bring a championship to Houston, and when I return, I will be better, stronger and more focused than ever before! Now the grind begins…. #815 #Memo GODSPEED. A small thing to a GIANT.”

The Houston Texans (3-4) will be hard pressed to make the NFL playoffs without Watson.

The squad will no rely on Tom Savage to get the job done at pivot.

T.J. Yates will be promoted to backup quarterback.

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NFL Week 9 Schedule

NFL Week 9 Schedule

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

Week 9

Thu Nov 2

8:25 pm
New York Jets def. Buffalo Bills 34-21

Sun Nov 5

1:00 pm
Atlanta Falcons
Carolina Panthers

1:00 pm
Baltimore Ravens
Tennessee Titans

1:00 pm
Cincinnati Bengals
Jacksonville Jaguars

1:00 pm
Denver Broncos
Philadelphia Eagles

1:00 pm
Indianapolis Colts
Houston Texans

1:00 pm
Los Angeles Rams
New York Giants

1:00 pm
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New Orleans Saints

4:05 pm
Arizona Cardinals
San Francisco 49ers

4:05 pm
Washington Redskins
Seattle Seahawks

4:25 pm
Kansas City Chiefs
Dallas Cowboys

8:30 pm
Oakland Raiders
Miami Dolphins

Mon Nov 6

8:30 pm
Detroit Lions
Green Bay Packers