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3 августа 2016 г. 07:19

Farber had the benefit of counting some of the worlds

The Calgary Stampeders appear to be at a crossroads on the offensive side of the ball. Adidas Zx Flux Womens Sale . Canadian Jon Cornish has played well enough to make Joffrey Reynolds watch from the sidelines. And now Drew Tate is getting the start at quarterback over last years Most Outstanding Player, Henry Burris. In a quarterback-driven league, that is a bold move to make, especially when the Stampeders are in the midst of trying to win the West Division and get home-field advantage. Do you agree with the call? Who would you start at quarterback in Calgary? Henry Burris has enjoyed a great CFL career that started in 1998. After two seasons with the Stampeders, he had a breakthrough campaign with the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 2000, passing for over 4,600 yards and 30 touchdowns. He parlayed that season into a short stint with the NFLs Chicago Bears before returning to Riderville in 2003. The following year, he eclipsed the 4,000-yard barrier for a second time, a mark that he has reached every season since. Theres no question he is a great quarterback. Even this season, the 36-year-old Burris was well on his way to another 4,000-yard season but the Stampeders have suffered two straight losses and are in danger of facing a difficult road to the Grey Cup. Last weeks upset at the hands of the Toronto Argonauts saw Burris get pulled from the game late in the first half with less-than-stellar statistics: 6-11 passing for 65 yards, two interceptions and a -3.6 quarterback rating. Stampeders head coach John Hufnagel decided to make the move to go with Tate and it almost paid off in a victory. With the score 21-6 in favour of the Argos, the 28-year-old Tate not only sparked the offence but he almost pulled out the win, completing 19 of 28 passes for 263 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. With that turn of events, it was no surprise that the dreaded words quarterback controversy were uttered after the game. And when Hufnagel declared Tate the starter for Fridays game, it only raised the level of discussion. Loyalty is always a touchy subject when it comes to professional sports. Do you stick with the starter through thick and thin in hopes it pays off in the end? After all, the Stampeders are already in the playoffs and this isnt Burris first rodeo. Or do you go with the guy you think gives you the best chance to win this week at the risk of irking the starter. "I always feel I should be out there," said Burris after learning of the decision. "I think Ive earned that right to be out there and thats something I feel I shouldnt even have to talk about, but it was the coachs decision and Im a team guy." Judging by that quote, Burris understands both sides of the situation. And both sides of the situation are not necessarily mutually exclusive. Burris could start again this season and lead the Stampeders to the Grey Cup; Tate could struggle on Friday and you still have a solid 1-2 punch heading into the playoffs.   Having said that, first place is not out of the question so a win this week could go a long way toward securing home playoff dates. And that makes this decision a tough one. On the one hand, you have a perennial MOP candidate in Burris who has won a Grey Cup title, a 36-year-old veteran who has been a model of consistency since arriving in Calgary seven seasons ago. On the other hand, you have an up-and-comer in Tate that the organization believes can be successful, a 28-year-old backup who signed a contract extension at the end of last season and may be ready to take the reins. So who do you think should start for the Stampeders? Its Your! Call. http://www.ruunerstyle.co.uk/cheap-adidas-superstar-shoes/adidas-superstar-slip-on.html . Stadler, who sits atop the leaderboard at 9-under-par 204, entered the day up by three shots, but the rest of the field could not shoot low enough to catch the American. Stadler is seeking his second win on the European Tour. Adidas Gazelle Og Sale . Lyle followed his opening 72 and with a 71 on Friday to reach 1-over 143 at Royal Melbourne. The Australian hadnt played a tournament since a second bout with myeloid leukemia in early 2012 after having first fought off the disease when he was 17.LAS VEGAS -- A 23-year-old poker professional from Michigan won the World Series of Poker main event late Tuesday, lasting roughly 3 1/2 hours in a dramatic card session to push past his last opponent for the US$8.4 million title. Ryan Riess emerged with the title after a session in which he started behind, but used expert skill to gather the chips to his side amid the unpredictability of no-limit Texas Hold em. Riess put his final opponent Jay Farber all-in with an Ace-King. Farber, a Las Vegas club promoter, had been fighting for his tournament life for several hours. With just 14.2 million in chips to Reiss 176.5 million, Farber made his stand with Queen and 5 of spades, only to run into Reisss Ace and King of hearts. It wasnt looking promising, but he had a chance -- that is until the flop came four-Jack-10. That meant a Queen now would make a straight for Reiss, so only one of the three remaining fives in the deck could help Farber. Neither the fourth nor the fifth community cards brought any help, and Reiss was champion. Reiss backed into the stands to watched the cards turn, and won the championship with the arms of a girlfriend around his shoulders. His fans immediately tackled him to the ground. Moments later, he accepted the diamond-encrusted championship bracelet. "I want to thank my family and my friends, theyre the best friends in the world," he said, his voice choked with tears. Asked how such a young player came in with so much confidence, he said, "I just think Im the best player in the world." Marc-Etienne McLaughlin of Brossard, Que., finished sixth. He earned $1,601,024. Farber said he plans to keep his day job, despite the $5.2 million second-place haul, and added that all the publicity would be good for business. The men started the night at the 1,600-seat theatre at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino off the Las Vegas Strip walking onto like prizefighters, with showgirls looking on and a UFC announcer introducing Riess as "Riess the beast" and Farber as "the panda." After starting 19 million chips ahead with 105 million, Farber was down to 15 million two hours into the night, which he pushed all in before doubling up, and starting a minor comeback. Riess seemed to both outplay Farber and catch a streak of better cards as the night began. He traced his fingers in small circles on the green felt, and gave Farber occasional wan smiiles. http://www.ruunerstyle.co.uk/adidas-zx-series/adidas-zx-700.html. His fans, a collection of clean-cut men in white "Riess the beast" T-shirts, chanted and stomped each time the boyish players with a mop of strawberry blonde hair used his chip advantage to go after Farber. On the club promoters side, stylish guys with tight T-shirts and slick hair under fuzzy panda hats called out taunts about bankrupt Detroit, and mocked Riess youth, height and messy hair. Riess side called back that pandas are delicious, referencing the "combat panda" symbol Farber has adopted, settling a mini-stuffed animal on the green felt and bringing along a plush mascot who was kicked out for disorderly behaviour Monday but returned with a bit less swagger Tuesday. Both sides watched with fists pressed to light lips as Farbers fortunes plummeted. The winnings they were competing for-- a sparkling bracelet and $8.4 million in cash -- sat between them on the table like a third player. Riess, Farber and seven other finalists beat out a field of 6,352 entrants in the no-limit Texas Hold em tournament in July. On Monday night, Riess eliminated four competitors with a sly, steady playing style, and Farber took out the other three with more straightforward, aggressive plays. A VIP club promoter with heavily tattooed forearms and a bouncers build, Farber has said he considers poker a hobby. Some are calling him a new-age Chris Moneymaker, after the amateur who famously won pokers richest tournament in 2004, catapulting the championship into the mainstream and convincing every computer nerd with a pair of mirrored sunglasses that he could take on the pros. Riess began to seem like an underdog Tuesday night, despite his chip advantage, as observers from the ESPN commentators in the theatre to Twitter pundits around the world gushed about his opponents unconventional backstory and supposed ability to usher in a new golden age of poker. Farber had the benefit of counting some of the worlds best poker pros among his friends, some of whom may have a claim on the pile of money sitting on the table underneath the blue and red glare of television lights. Farber says he sold stakes in his championship bid because the $10,000 entrance fee was too much to put up by himself. He said he kept a significant part of his own action, though he wouldnt say whether hed kept a majority. Now his investors stand to win about $840,000 for every thousand they put in. Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Authentic China Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NHL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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