2015-Jan-25 - gone to his head.
steady influence that Jason Campbell has provided during his revival will
help them against Bengals
Campbell, 31, laughed and took his teammates jokes in stride the way they
knew he would. Campbell, after all, has been calm and consistent throughout a
roller coaster ride of a season in which he was passed over twice and chi
flat irons buried on the depth chart before returning to the spotlight and
achieving recent success. Sunday for a crucial AFC North matchup at Paul Brown
Stadium. If the Browns win, they be only a half game behind the Bengals for
first place in the division.in my mind, is a consummate professional, defensive
end Desmond Bryant said. see him come in and work hard no matter what. I seen
him at the bottom of the depth chart, and he done well. I seen him at the top of
the depth chart, and he done well. He constantly coming in and working, trying
to perfect his craft. He always ready to go whenever his number is called. With
him leading the way, I can wait to step on the field Sunday and go to battle
with him. and Campbell were teammates in 2011 when they were with the Oakland
Raiders. Campbell led the Raiders to a record of 3 2 before he suffered a season
ending broken collarbone against the Browns in Week 6. The Raiders and coach Hue
Jackson, who now the Bengals running backs coach, then traded for Carson Palmer,
leading Campbell to sign with the Chicago Bears the following offseason and
serve as Jay Cutler backup in 2012.I got hurt in Oakland, of course, the trade
went down with Carson Palmer, and you find yourself on the outside looking in,
said Campbell, a former first round draft pick whose career record as an NFL
starter is 32 41. whole goal last year was to do a one year contract and see if
I could put myself in position to compete for a starting job or one day find
myself back in this position, and it came.going to go through some highs and
lows in this business, and you got to continue to keep pressing on and just stay
looking forward. Don't ever doubt yourself or doubt your abilities because
situations don't seem to flare up the right way that you think they should at
times. You've got keep pressing, and that was my whole mindset from Day One
since the injury and trade happened. Was it heartfelt? Yeah, it hurt a little
bit. It stung, but I think it made me a stronger person and helped make who I
have become right now. Browns chose Brandon Weeden as their starting quarterback
to begin this season, inserted Campbell into the No. 2 slot on the depth chart
and listed Brian Hoyer third. But after Weeden suffered a sprained right chi flat iron website thumb Sept. 15, coach Rob Chudzinski
started Hoyer instead of Campbell. Hoyer led the Browns to consecutive wins
before suffering a season ending torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right
knee Oct. 3 against the Buffalo Bills. Before the game, Chudzinski passed over
Campbell again by giving Weeden the nod as Hoyer backup. Weeden filled in for
Hoyer after he was hurt in the first quarter and helped the Browns rally to
win.It wasn until Weeden struggled mightily in back to back losses to the
Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers that Chudzinski benched him and finally
turned to Campbell, who started once for the Bears last season in a blowout loss
to the San Francisco 49ers. Campbell capitalized on his opportunity with strong
performances in a 23 17 loss to the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs and a 24 18 win
over the Baltimore Ravens. He has thrown five touchdown passes and no
interceptions.a lot of different things that can happen to you that can detour
you, Browns offensive coordinator Norv Turner said. the beauty of what Jason
done is he not been affected. He understands that there going to be ups and
downs. who signed a two year, $3.75 million contract with the Browns in March,
has consistently released the ball quickly and avoided pressure, taking only
four sacks and often giving his teammates chances to make plays. According to
the Elias Sports Bureau, he the first quarterback in the Super Bowl era, since
1966, to tally a passer rating of more than 100 in his first two starts with the
Browns.think he a beautiful passer, Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said of Campbell.
think he doing a great job of managing the game. He doesn turn the football
over. He continues to play mistake free football. He been moving in the pocket.
He been extending plays, getting opportunities to make chi hair products first downs by moving and finding the open
guy. And that impressive. the way Campbell has become a respected leader of his
new team is even more impressive.Hoyer got the job over him, chi hair dryer he was helping Brian, tight end Jordan Cameron
said. same with Brandon. He was always in their ear telling them about a certain
look that he saw. It wasn like he was like, not talking to that guy. He beat me
out. He was like a coach and a mentor and a leader. He hasn changed over the
course of these past six months. He been steady, and I think that really
important for guys to see that situations don always go as planned, but he didn
really change the way he focused and he prepared. That huge for us to see. We
need that out of our leader. he knew there was a possibility he would never
receive another shot to prove he can still play. But the opportunity presented
itself, and, suddenly, he found himself doing national TV and radio interviews
this past Tuesday with the Browns coming off their recent bye. As expected, the
revival hasn gone to his head.really don't look at it as being back in the
spotlight, Campbell said. just want to compete and just have fun. I am in my
ninth season and I have stressed and pressured myself before in that past, and
now it is just about having fun and winning games and doing the best I can to
help this young football team grow and continue to keep competing.With Campbell
influence, the Browns believe they ready to succeed in the playoff type
atmosphere they encounter in Cincinnati.is comforting to know he been in the
league a long time, he seen a lot and he been through a lot as a player, Cameron
said. want your leader to have qualities where he resilient, he tough and he
been put through situations where sometimes guys would maybe shy away or lose
confidence or lose their ability to go out there and make plays. But he hasn as
all. He hasn diminished. He been through a lot, and he still here and making
plays and playing at a high level.
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Kansas City Chiefs
Yeah, yeah, Week 10 was big in both Jacksonville and Tampa Bay, with the
bedraggled Bucs and Jaguars finally getting their first win of the season.
Congrats all around, especially in Detroit, where the 2008 Lions still reign in
reverse. But I don't mind telling you Week 10 was not my idea of a party. I went
6 8 last week, and with a 7 6 mark in Week 9, I'm under .500 in November and
falling faster than Packers quarterbacks. I need a bye. Or at least a slate of
gimmes, something to help steady my frayed prognosticating nerves before I
totally waste a pretty good first half of the season on the picking front.
Indianapolis Colts (6 3) at Tennessee Titans (4 5)
They should win the AFC South almost by default, but it's time to figure out
if these Colts are the team that beat San Francisco, Seattle and Denver, or the
team that lost to Miami, San Diego and St. Louis. Being good enough to beat
anyone in the league, but inconsistent enough to lose to anyone in the league is
a maddening way to go through a season. I know this much: The Colts haven't
gotten what they paid for in the Trent Richardson trade. The ex Browns running
back hasn't topped 60 yards rushing in any of the seven games in which he has
worn the horseshoe, and his 2.8 yard per carry average is embarrassingly low.
Cleveland can't possibly be this shrewd, can it?
Baltimore Ravens (4 5) at Chicago Bears (5 4)
The 5 4 Bears aren't losing wholesale
jerseys anything by starting Josh McCown against the 4 5 Ravens. A healthy
McCown beats a gimpy Jay Cutler by a considerable margin, based on what has
transpired in the past three Chicago games. And if this game comes down to
running backs, Matt Forte remains a weapon for the Bears, while Ray Rice has
become virtually a non factor for Baltimore. Neither of these teams look playoff
bound in mid November 2013, but the Bears will stay more alive in the NFC North
than the Ravens will in the AFC North.
Oakland Raiders (3 6) at Houston Texans (2 7)
Ed Reed made the mistake of thinking he was still in Baltimore when he popped
off about the Texans getting "outplayed and outcoached" last week. You can get
away with that when you're a franchise icon and producing anywhere near your
career norm. But when you're the new guy in town, the season is swirling down
the drain and you're not holding up your end of the deal to begin with, it's no
time to play locker room spokesman. Hall of Fame resume, or no Hall of Fame
resume. Bye, bye, Ed. Talked your way right out of town, you did.
Atlanta Falcons (2 7) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1 8)
The Bucs never really had the stuff to go winless this season, and sooner or
later they were going to meet up with a team that had more vexing issues than
even they did. Meet your mid November Miami Dolphins! And the Falcons really
aren't that far behind in terms of the wheels coming off in 2013. As Romeo
Crennel said so memorably last year when his Chiefs got their first win of the
season: "We got that first pickle out of the jar." Tampa Bay, we're happy to
report, now has a pickle, as of last Monday night. And the Bucs will double that
total this week against Atlanta.
Detroit Lions (6 3) at Pittsburgh Steelers (3 6)
The Steelers aren't even filling Heinz Field to capacity on game days this
season, and that's because Pittsburgh fans know a sub standard product when they
see one. I mean, they did have that 20 year Pirates slump to gauge things by.
The first place Lions are gaining confidence, but they do have a tendency to
make things more difficult on themselves than need be. With winnable games this
week at Pittsburgh and next week at home against Tampa Bay, Detroit should roll
into its Thanksgiving Day showdown with visiting Green Bay at a fat and sassy 8
3. Imagine that. It would be nice if the Steelers brought Jerome Bettis back to
call the opening coin toss for this one, for Phil Luckett inspired yucks, but I
suppose no one's in the joking mood in Tomlin ville these days.
Washington Redskins (3 6) at Philadelphia Eagles (5 5)
Picking the Eagles to win at home keeps costing me ground this season, but
the stink at the Linc has to lift eventually. Win starved Eagles fans might tear
the place down if the Birds snap their 10 game home losing streak and climb over
.500 in one fell swoop. Philly's offense won't look the same as it did the last
time Washington saw it, in that Week 1 Monday nighter, but it's actually a
better, more consistent unit with quarterback Nick Foles having supplanted the
streaky, oft injured Michael Vick.
Cleveland Browns (4 5) at Cincinnati Bengals (6 4)
The can't stand prosperity Bengals need a big bounce back after losing on the
road in Miami and Baltimore, and they can't afford to get sloppy against a
Browns team that has already beaten them once this season. Cleveland at .500 in
mid November would be a great little story, but if Cincinnati means business
this year in the AFC North, this game shouldn't be close. And, oh, did you see
the Bengals' latest defensive star last week against the Ravens? Linebacker
Vincent Rey can play. His 13 tackles, three sacks and first career interception
got overshadowed in the overtime loss, but Cincinnati knows how to find
defensive playmakers, does it not? Tell me why Bengals defensive coordinator
Mike Zimmer isn't an NFL head coach already?
San Diego Chargers (4 5) at Miami Dolphins (4 5)
This is the fourth and final trip into the Eastern time zone for the Chargers
this season, and, for a change, the Right Coast has been pretty good to the
Bolts. They won at Philadelphia and Jacksonville, and lost in overtime at
Washington, a game they let slip away thanks to not being able to punch it in
from the one foot line late in regulation. The Dolphins should be desperate, but
with Miami's pass protection and running game issues, I like the Chargers'
chances cheap nfl jerseys of scratching their way to 5 5 more than
Green Bay Packers (5 4) at New York Giants (3 6)
During my recent three plus year stint living in Madison, Wis., I actually
got to watch ex Badger, current Packer Scott Tolzien play quite a bit of
football. Even attended a Rose Bowl game he started, and almost won, against
TCU. He's a smart, efficient quarterback who usually knows where to go with the
football and has wholesale nfl
jerseys just enough arm to get it there. I could easily see the Packers
winning this game if they get some fourth quarter defense, but the Giants
defense and running game are playing well of late, and only another spate of
turnovers would get New York beat.
Minnesota Vikings (2 7) at Seattle Seahawks (9 1)
Well how convenient. Seattle's Percy Harvin is ready to return for the game
he's probably had circled on his calendar since the schedule came out in April.
But go easy on the revenge theme, Percy. The Vikings did you a favor in trading
you to Seattle, which allowed you to avoid the train wreck that has unfolded in
Minnesota this season. Seattle can't get caught looking past the Vikings. Their
Week 12 bye looms, as does a Week 13 Monday night showdown with New Orleans for
potential NFC supremacy. We saw what happens when the Seahawks start feeling too
good about themselves. They fall behind Tampa Bay 21 0 at home and have to sweat
it out to get the W.
San Francisco 49ers (6 3) at New Orleans Saints (7 2)
This is not the same Saints defense that San Francisco handled easily enough
last November in the Superdome, and at the moment the 49ers offense is grasping
to find some sort of rhythm and consistency in the passing game. That's not a
good combination for Jim Harbaugh's club. Colin Kaepernick seems to always
respond well to external challenges, and I think he'll put last week's ugly game
behind him and play well against the Saints. But New Orleans simply has too many
ways to score cheap jerseys these days, and the 49ers offense won't be able
to match points with Drew Brees and Co.
Kansas City Chiefs (9 0) at Denver Broncos (8 1)
The hits are starting to pile up a bit on the 37 year old Peyton Manning, and
I'm sure the Chiefs would love to target his gimpy right ankle early in the game
and get No. 18 out of there. But while Kansas City still leads the NFL in sacks
with 36, its pace has slowed considerably on that front, with only one sack
posted by the Chiefs in their past two games. If Denver can keep Manning
upright, he'll find a way to keep the touchdown passes coming. His 33 are tied
for the most in NFL history through nine games, pacing along with Tom Brady's
epic 2007 season.
New England Patriots (7 2) at Carolina Panthers (6 3)
Both teams had a very productive Week 10, with Carolina winning a validating
victory in San Francisco to improve to 6 3, and the Patriots gaining ground in
the AFC playoff field without even playing. With the Colts and Bengals both
losing last week, New England now has the inside track on the AFC's No. 2 seed
and a first round bye. The Panthers defense will make Tom Brady's night
difficult, but he'll make just enough plays to out point Cam Newton in the
biggest game Charlotte has seen since 2008.
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2015-Jan-25 - I really really feel you.
sex with guy in wheelchair
But I still have sex and enjoy it and love it!
I got married young and before I got married like 2 weeks before I was
supposed to get married I got hurt and broke my back.(oh yeah I am a T 8,T 9
para) Well long story short after I got outta rehab I still got married. The
wife never wanted to have sex. Then she cheated on me and divorced me after she
replaced me with some other guy. After that I found out that girls really
thought I was attractive. and the Michael Kors
Outlet whole sex thing takes a little bit of just trying things out and
figuring out what works for you. Depending on how strong you are, what function
you have depending on where you broke your back/neck. As for me I am very
active. Cheap Michael
Kors Outlet I drive a 3/4 ton truck I play wheelchair tennis all across the
nation in the usta/itf so I am very fit and athletic.
When I meet a girl the question always comes up "so does it work?" Normally I
can tell when they are beating around the bush and too afraid to ask so I will
come out and ask it for them. and it is a yes of course! One time it was really
funny cuz after that question there is a second one that always Fake Sunglasses seems to come out and that is if the girl
always have to be on top. And I dont know if it is the way I said it with so
much confidence and like it is common knowledge. but I blurted out "Nope I can
still get up and pound one out!" she about fell out of her seat she was laughing
so hard and so surprised.
There are some things that we normally cant do and the one big one is we
can't cum or climax and I normally say "I know what it's like to be a girl. I am
glad you got off but thanks for trying." But then again that means I can go for
hours and hours too. Not to long after I got divorced and no I dont just sleep
around either. I have only been with a few girls since I got divorced. But I set
a goal of 20 orgasms. and I got it! Took 6 hours but I met the goal. So being
paralyzed has its benefits that they can please until you have Cheap Replica Sunglasses defiantly had your fill!
A good movie to rent is called Murderball. My friend Mark Zupan is in it. and
granted they are all quads and it is about wheelchair rugby it is a really good
informational movie. they all cover how they got hurt in it and they talkabout
like I did with some sexual stuff, plus its a really good movie!
One bad part about girls and guys in wheelchairs is that theay all assume
that you cant have sex so that makes it really hard to find a girl. But I guess
you cant give up no matter haw many times it has crossed my mind.
Women, would you have sex with a guy in a wheelchair? Does a wheelchair turn
you off? Do you consider a guy in a wheelchair to be a sexual being or not? Have
you ever fancied a guy in a wheelchair? Have you ever had sex with a guy in a
Oh yeah and positions if that matters, I can do bottom, top and pretty much
any. It is a lot of fun to experement and push yourself to see what all you can
do! And when I am on top the girl doesnt do all of the motions either I just
though that some of you might assume they would. but I get up there and do my
And with my idjury I am mostly paralized from the bottom of my rib cage down.
I can still use my abs some but not even close to what I could before. Like I
cant even come close to do a sit up but I can still use them for balance and
bending over and sitting back up and leaning back and forward
as for feeling I have some feeling in my penis but it isnt the same by far as
before I got hurt! but something is better than nothing. I can get all the way
up to the edge of orgasm but just cant so it. which is fun for a while being
like right there but it does get frustrating too. and BTW I am a t 8,T 9
Hope this helps!
I'm in love with an older man in a wheelchair. He is a double amputee too so
that makes things even harder but for me it's not as much about what he can do
to me physically as what he does to my mind. We are both creative people who
found each other unexpectedly and we are just so happy to be together. He has a
daughter that's older than me and she's fine with it too. I'm lucky to have him
in my life! Bottom line is, if you are in love with the person the wheels are
just part of who they are. You don't notice them after awhile and it's really
about the person inside. Anyone who doesn't think that way doesn't deserve the
love they might have had.
ive been in a wheelchair for 13 years now im a para so pnly my legs dont
work. He is a double amputee too so that makes things even harder but for me
it's not as much about what he can do to me physically as what he does to my
mind. We are both creative people who found each other unexpectedly and we are
just so happy to be together. He has a daughter that's older than me and she's
fine with it too. I'm lucky to have him in my life! Bottom line is, if you are
in love with the person the wheels are just part of who they are. You don't
notice them after awhile and it's really about the person inside. Anyone who
doesn't think that way doesn't deserve the love they might have had.
I really really feel you.
When I was 19 I met this guy in a chair SEXY SEXY SEXY TO ME,,, HIS SWAG WAS
ALWAYS 100% also. I was young, bashful and curious because he always talked
about sex sex sex. Now its 7 years later and I been thinking about him so much.
We back in touch well dating and damn the sex its the bomb. I never know what to
expect or should I say what position to expect and all of this is done with no
penis action. BUT I LOVE THE PENIS TO AND IM NOT SURE HOW BUT HES VERY EXCITED
WHEN I HIT THE PENIS,,, BUT MORE EXCITED WHEN I KISS HIM IN THE PLACES THAT DONT
GET TOUCHED MUCH,,,LIKE HIS BACK, BACK OF HIS ARMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES OF BELLY,
NECK AND MORE.
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2015-Jan-25 - Aaron Jordan a must
Plainfield East's Aaron Jordan a must
Indiana coach Tom Crean has been in.
So have Matt Painter (Purdue), John Groce (Illinois), Chris Collins
(Northwestern), Dan Muller (Illinois State) and Tavaras Hardy (Georgetown
assistant and Providence graduate).
The Bengals share the preseason area spotlight with Bolingbrook, Joliet
Central, Plainfield North, Providence and perhaps a couple of others. This may
be the season area hoops enthusiasts have been waiting for a while to see.
Jordan, a 6 foot 41/2 shooting guard who averaged about 16 points as a
sophomore, is a story unto himself.
"Nobody knew who Aaron was last year," East coach Branden Adkins said. "Now
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anywhere without people wanting to see him play. Even in the fall, there were
great crowds that wanted to see him.
"People gravitate to him. Yet throughout the recruiting process, he has
stayed very humble. He takes everything in stride. He's a role model for our
other kids. As talented as he is, he lets them know, 'I still work hard.' "
"The guys on our team joke about the attention I'm getting," Jordan said.
"But it's good. They support me all the way."
Big Ten schools Indiana, Illinois, Northwestern, Purdue and Wisconsin have
offered. So have Butler, Creighton and Xavier, among others 16 in all, and sure
to rise. Jordan's decision likely will come after this season and before his AAU
spring season begins.
Meanwhile, there's the matter of helping Wholesale Bags
make East the best it can be. The Bengals were 27 2 in their banner season of
2011 12. They were 12 16 last winter as Jordan helped lead a group that was
young and had minimal varsity experience.
"These kids were thrown to the wolves early," Adkins said. "Now we have the
five starters back we ended the season with. The year of experience our seniors
(starters Myles Ward, Nick Novak and Josh Smith and key reserve Tristin Esker)
have will Wholesale Cheap
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and a freshman (Malik Binns). The sophomores are talented and the freshman we
anticipate getting a lot of minutes eventually."
And, they have Jordan, bigger and better than ever and "by far" the best
shooter Adkins has coached.
"I grew an inch and Wholesale
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His 48 percent shooting from three point range as a sophomore? "I think that
will probably improve." The 81 percent mark from the free throw line? "I missed
too many last year." His ballhandling? "It's better. I'll play some point,
depending on the situation. Last year I made a conscious effort to get lower
with my dribbling."
The academics? "They're good. I'm always in the books."
"Aaron fits the bill as a dream kid," Adkins said. "He's skilled and his work
ethic is off the charts. I've known him since he was in middle school, when he
and his dad used to come in here to work on things.
"He's gotten a lot of attention since last season, but you would never know
there is anything different about him. He carries himself the same way. He
brings common feedback he's a great kid who is very humble."
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