A highly drafted veteran and a potential breakout rookie tight end are proving that for all their respective talent, they might be iffy fantasy options. As you can see in our Week 4 TE PPR rankings, Jared Cook and T.J. Hockenson are falling fast and squarely on the start ’em, sit ’em bubble, but as is always the case, there are other waiver wire pickups and matchup-based sleeper tight ends to move up and take their places.Cook looks especially tough to start right now. He was targeted twice in Week 3 and has five catches through three games. We still think of him as a touchdown and down-the-field threat, but with Teddy Bridgewater at quarterback, Cook just isn’t a reliable fantasy option, especially in PPR. Then in Detroit, after a monster Week 1, Hockenson has had back-to-back one-catch games. It’s not crazy to expect a rookie tight end to be boom-or-bust all season, so his value definitely takes a hit in PPR. WEEK 4 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerWeek 4 brings with it the advent of bye weeks, and there’s only one to be concerned about at tight end: George Kittle. He obviously shouldn’t be dropped, so you may need to find another TE on the waiver wire and deal with rostering two tight ends for the week. One option, still available in more than half of Yahoo leagues, is Seattle’s Will Dissly.Dissly has had two-straight games of at least five catches, 50 yards and a score for the Seahawks. This week, he gets to face a Cardinals defense allowing the most fantasy points to tight ends this season. Dissly has a safe PPR floor with the amount Russell Wilson has looked his way, and he also has a high ceiling this week against a porous defense.WEEK 4 DFS LINEUPS:DK cash | DK GPP | FD cash | FD GPP | Y! cash | Y! GPPWe’ve dropped O.J. Howard down our PPR rankings a bit from standard despite an encouraging Week 3 that saw him rack up 60 yards on three catches. It’s still concerning that he’s seen a total of nine targets through three games, including none in Week 2. Until the Bruce Arians-led offense in Tampa Bay wants to involve Howard more, his PPR ceiling will be limited as a touchdown- and big-play dependent option.One other name that could be singled out for deep-league owners is James O’Shaughnessy. He’s averaging four targets per game and has unseated Geoff Swaim as the top tight end in Jacksonville. With Gardner Minshew looking like a competent NFL quarterback, O’Shaughnessy should have a decent floor each week.WEEK 4 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiverReminder: Check back for updates during the week. For analysis of key individual tight ends, check our standard TE rankings. MORE WEEK 4 DFS: Top values | Stacks | Lineup Builder LISTEN TO THE SN FANTASY WEEK 4 PREVIEW PODCAST BELOWWeek 4 PPR Rankings: TEsThese rankings are for full-point PPR leagues.1Travis Kelce, KC @ DET2Zach Ertz, PHI @ GB3Evan Engram, NYG vs. WAS4Mark Andrews, BAL vs. CLE5Darren Waller, OAK @ IND6Will Dissly, SEA @ ARZ7Austin Hooper, ATL vs. TEN8Vernon Davis, WAS @ NYG9Greg Olsen, CAR @ HOU10Delanie Walker, TEN @ ATL11O.J. Howard, TB @ LAR12Eric Ebron, IND vs. OAK13Jason Witten, DAL @ NO14Trey Burton, CHI vs. MIN15James O’Shaughnessy, JAX @ DEN16T.J. Hockenson, DET vs. KC17Jared Cook, NO vs. DAL18Irv Smith Jr., MIN @ CHI19Jack Doyle, IND vs. OAK20Noah Fant, DEN vs. JAX21Jimmy Graham, GB vs. PHI22Gerald Everett, LAR vs. TB23Jordan Akins, HOU vs. CAR24Tyler Eifert, CIN @ PIT25Sean Culkin, LAC @ MIA26Matt LaCosse, NE @ BUF27Mike Gesicki, MIA vs. LAC28Kyle Rudolph, MIN @ CHI
MORE: Celtics guard taken off court after collisionNBA players were quick to show their support and offer well-wishes for Walker.Prayers up to my boy K 🙏🏽— Miles Bridges (@MilesBridges) November 23, 2019Prayers Kemba!— 🏁 Jamal Crawford (@JCrossover) November 23, 2019Praying for Kemba🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 https://t.co/oJCnmswpJp— Jusuf Nurkić (@bosnianbeast27) November 23, 2019prayers for kemba 🙏🏽— Ja Morant (@JaMorant) November 23, 2019Prayers To Kemba🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽— Trae Young (@TheTraeYoung) November 23, 2019Prayers up Big Bro 🙏🏾 @KembaWalker— Myles Turner (@Original_Turner) November 23, 2019Prayers up for my boy @KembaWalker 🙏🏾 #Onlovemybrother— Bismack Biyombo (@bismackbiyombo) November 23, 2019Prayers for Kemba 🙏🏿🙏🏿— Reggie Jackson (@Reggie_Jackson) November 23, 2019 Celtics guard Kemba Walker was injured Friday night against the Nuggets after colliding headfirst with teammate Semi Ojeleye. Walker left the court on a stretcher. The Celtics later announced he was suffering from concussion-like symptoms.
With so many stories and characters involved, a vibrant Kop songbook has been cultivated over the years, and Goal has collected videos and lyrics to some of the most popular chants being sung at Liverpool games.If you’re heading towards Anfield Road this season, brush up with the list below – but be warned: some of the clips do contain strong language.You can also read about Manchester United chants , Chelsea chants , Man City chants , Tottenham chants, Arsenal chants and Everton chants .You’ll Never Walk AloneRed and White KopWe’ll be Coming Down the RoadWe Love YouWe’ve Won it Six TimesFields of Anfield RoadSteve GerrardPoor Scouser TommyMo SalahSalah, Mane, ManePoetry in MotionAllez, Allez, AllezHe’s Alexander-ArnoldHe’s Virgil van DijkRoberto Firmino, Si Senor You’ll Never Walk AloneWhen you walk through a storm,Hold your head up high,And don’t be afraid of the dark,At the end of a storm,There’s a golden sky,And the sweet silver song of a lark.Walk on through the wind,Walk on through the rain,Though your dreams be tossed and blown,Walk on, walk on, with hope in your heart,And you’ll never walk alone,You’ll never walk alone.Read more about You’ll Never Walk Alone here! Red and White KopOn a Saturday afternoon, We support a team called Liverpool, And we sing until we drop, On the famous Spion Kop. We all live in a red and white Kop,A red and white Kop,A red and white Kop,We all live in a red and white Kop, A red and white Kop, A red and white Kop. We’ll Be Coming Down The RoadWe’ll be coming,We’ll be coming down the road,When you hear that noiseFrom the Bill Shankly boys,We’ll be coming down the road! We Love YouWe love you, Liverpool, we do!We love you, Liverpool, we do!We love you, Liverpool, we do!Oh, Liverpool, we love you! We’ve won it six timesDivock scored in SpainAnd the Reds went f*cking insane,Fourteen years and we’re kings of Europe once moreWe won it six times,We won it six times,We went to MadridAnd won it six times! Fields of Anfield RoadAll round the Fields of Anfield Road,Where once we watched the King Kenny play (and could he play!) Steve Heighway on the wing,We had dreams and songs to sing,Of the glory round the Fields of Anfield Road. Steve GerrardSteve Gerrard, Gerrard,He’ll pass the ball 40 yards,He’s big and he’s f*cking hard,Steve Gerrard, Gerrard. Poor Scouser TommyOoh, I am a Liverpudlian,I come from the Spion Kop,I like to sing, I like to shout,I go there quite a lot!To support a team that plays in red,A team that we all know,A team that we called Liverpool,To glory we will go!We won the league, we won the Cup,We’ve been to Europe too,We played the Toffees for a laugh,And left them feeling blue! 5-0!1 2, 1 2 3, 1 2 3 4, 5-0!Rush scored one,Rush scored two,Rush scored three,And Rush scored four! Mo SalahMo Salah! Mo Salah! Mo Salah!Running down the wingSalah, la, la, laThe Egyptian King! Salah, Mane, ManeSalah!Mane, Mane!And Bobby Firmino!But we sold Coutinho…But, we’ve got Salah!Oh, Mane, Mane!And Bobby Firmino! Poetry in MotionWe are Liverpool!Tra la la la la!We are Liverpool!Tra la la la la la la la!We are Liverpool!Tra la la la la!We’re the best football team in the land!Yes we are! Allez, Allez, AllezWe’ve conquered all of Europe,We’re never gonna stop,From Paris on to Turkey,We’ve won the f*cking lot!Bob Paisley and Bill Shankly,The Fields of Anfield Road,We are loyal supporters,We come from Liverpool!Allez, allez, allez!Allez, allez, allez!Allez, allez, allez!Allez, allez, allez!Read more about Allez Allez Allez here! He’s Alexander-ArnoldWent through Ben Davies, he’ll never be the sameHe’s been at Liverpool since he was six years oldHis name is Trent-Alexander ArnoldDe, de, de, de, de, de, de, de He’s Virgil van Dijk Liverpool are one of the most successful clubs in English football and their supporters’ long list of chants recalls that glory – both past and present.Reds fans pack out Anfield and away sections across England and beyond, with tickets to see Jurgen Klopp’s side like gold dust. He’s our centre-halfHe’s number fourWatch him defendAnd watch him scoreHe’ll pass the ballCalm as you likeHe’s Virgil van DijkHe’s Virgil van Dijk Roberto Firmino, Si Senor!There’s something that the Kop want you to know,The best in the world his name is Bobby Firmino,Our number nine,Give him the ball and he’ll score every timeSi senor!Give the ball to Bobby and he will score.
Facebook69Tweet0Pin0Submitted by the Olympia Unitarian Universalist CongregationHow do you move over 10,000 used books donated from the community to one building for a giant book sale? It takes enthusiastic volunteers and a good cause. Books, Brownies and Beans is one of the largest one-day used book sales in the South Sound. Now in its 14th, year, this popular used book sale is organized by the Olympia Unitarian Universalist Congregation (OUUC). Over the years it has raised a total of almost $80,000 to benefit the homeless.“This year we are broadening our efforts in order to contribute to more organizations out there helping the homeless,” said Sally Brennard, of the Olympia Unitarian Universalist Congregation. Past sales benefitted Out of the Woods homeless shelter at the OUUC. This year proceeds from the sale will go to additional organizations, like Sidewalk, Community Youth Services, Quixote Village and Interfaith Works’ overnight shelter and warming center.Books, Brownies and Beans has gained a loyal following of serious and casual book enthusiasts who appreciate the huge selection of books at bargain prices. Books come from every corner of the literary world, from Pulitzer Prize winners to textbooks and everything in between. There is also a café selling a selection of fresh baked brownies, hot beverages, plus other treats. Live music plays throughout the day provided by a talented collection of musicians who rotate through.“The best thing about this sales is how the community comes together to make it happen. We’ve got more than 100 volunteers who collect, sort, and stack the thousands of books that are donated. And of course we’ve got the book lovers who line up early in the morning to buy the books. And the money goes to a great cause. It’s win, win, win,” said Mark Swanson, of the Olympia Unitarian Universalist Congregation.In 2016, during a remodel of the church, the sale was conducted online only. There were concerns among organizers that the missed year would affect the donations and turnout for the following year. “But nope,” said Linda Crabtree, a past organizer. “The next year the whole doggone building was covered with books and people were lined up before our doors even opened – and it was 18°F out!” she added.Books, Brownies and Beans takes place on Saturday, February 25, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Olympia Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 2315 Division St. NW, Olympia, WA 98502. There is no entrance fee and visitors are encouraged to bring their own tote bags.
Yes, we believe that it is the best and the involvement of players, coaches, managers and employees in general has been commendable. We are very proud of all those who make up Girona. We have tried to make this situation affect as little as possible and the property was clear and wanted the people who work and help the club to grow to be as little harmed as possible. Furthermore, the players were the first to understand the situation and the agreement was good. The club is strong and has a future.Do you have contact with the players? How do you see them?They are training, to put it in some way, in the best possible way at home and they want to meet on a soccer field, live day by day. His hope is to be able to step forward when the League returns and achieve the goal.Is it direct promotion?You have to go step by step and the first thing is for the League to return. But we have a high quality squad capable of anything. We trust the players.Has a player told you that you don’t want to play again?Something like Fali del Cádiz said? They are statements he made on a personal level, there is no need to give it more thought. In all we work we want to have maximum security. For that protocols are made and we hope that everything is solved. And then, to play. But here nobody is ahead of anyone.Does Vinya comply with the League protocols for the return to training?I think it has the conditions that are requested and the doctors say that we are ready. We should have no problem. The team can be isolated, calm, without flow of people.At the club level they are leading a fundraising campaign for the Josep Trueta Hospital and they have transferred Les Hortes to the City Council …Yes, we want to be on the side of society and not only do we have to say it, we also have to act. And so we do it, we are trying, within our means, to help.How are the two positives for coronaviruses that were detected in Girona?Luckily everyone is recovered and well.The league’s deadline to sign a substitute for Brandon for his serious injury is about to end. Will they tie a player?It’s complicated. We are happy with the workforce we have, it is extensive and we believe that it has the capacity to push forward and fight for the objectives.Do you want to send a message to Girona fans?I hope everyone is in good health and we thank them for the effort they have made throughout the season to be next to the team. They must have patience and see if soon they can resume normal life and that everyone can enjoy their privileges of life and work. And enjoy Girona. What is it like to preside over a home-bound club?It is not easy, but for no one it is. We are living an exceptional moment. We telework and try to advance projects and initiatives.Do you think it will be played again?The intention is to do it. The most important thing now is people’s health, but once progress is seen in the current situation, it would be normal to resume all activities. Among them soccer. Of course, I think that everything will be behind closed doors at the beginning because Health will not let there be crowds.Would you be in favor of playing behind closed doors?It is a way to restart the League and it is what we want. There are days to dispute and decide things, in terms of promotions and descents, without playing them I would not see it well. Everything is open because in 11 games a lot can happen. Therefore, if everything progresses as they are transmitting to us and the confinement is over, the normal thing would be to train and play again.Does the viability of Girona go through playing again?I think that the viability of all the clubs and the general economy happens because everything works again. The clubs, and we are no exception, want the League to end.A few days ago they announced that they refused to do an ERTE and were betting on a voluntary salary reduction … The president of Girona, Delfí Geli (04-22-1969), talks with AS and highlights the club’s strength despite the crisis caused by Covid-19. It does not hide that to return to play you would have to do it behind closed doors. The goal, to return to First.His birthday was last Wednesday. How was the celebration in confinement?It was strange because I had never experienced anything like this. The truth is that I received many calls, I was with the family and we made an exception with the food, but nothing more. The important thing is to have health. It was noticed that at the gift level it went down (he jokes).
Two Early Childhood Development Centres in Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) are to be commissioned this month. The facilities are stationed at Suddie and Dartmouth.This was made possible through a collaborative effort between the Basic Needs Trust Fund (BNTF) and the office of Presidential Advisor on Youth Empowerment Unit (PAYEU). The contract was awarded to Builder’s Hardware and GeneralRegional Executive Officer (REO), Rupert HopkinsonSupplies at a cost of $32,655,130 and was part of several projects signed under the seventh BNTF programme.Regional Executive Officer (REO), Rupert Hopkinson said the centres are “a wonderful initiative that will not only help with the development of the children as they aim to meet their full potential but the development of the country.” According to the REO, these centres will provide training for unemployed and underemployed youths in the region.Hopkinson disclosed that Finance Minister Winston Jordan; junior Minister Jaipaul Sharma; Presidential Advisor on Youth Empowerment Aubrey Norton; and Chairman of BNTF oversight entity, Bernard Lord; among other Government officials will be attending the official commissioning ceremony of the centres at Dartmouth.Last year, the Ministry of the Presidency through the Office of the First Lady, and the Ministry of Social Protection facilitated an early childhood development workshop for 38 women. The aim was to provide the stakeholders with basic information and skills in early childhood development and nurturing care practices for the growth and development of young children.
Natural Resources Minister, Raphael Trotman with Senior Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Affairs of AGM, Perry Holloway (right), and Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Suresh Kalathil (left) and a company engineer during a visit to the underground tunnel where exploration is currently taking placeAfter securing clearance from both the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC), Guyana Goldfields Incorporated, owner of Aurora Gold Mine, has begun what is being described as successful underground explorations at its north-west Mazaruni, Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni) location.Following a tour of the mine on August 27, Senior Vice-President, Strategy and Corporate Affairs, Perry Holloway told the Department of Public Information (DPI), that the EPA’s clearance gives the company up to 2500 metres of underground exploration, plus test mining for 300,000 tons of ore. “We have started and have gone down a couple of hundred metres; maybe three or four hundred metres right now. Everything so far is going great, the rocks are cool, some people thought it would be hot, there is very little water, some people thought there would be a lot of water as we are very close to the Cuyuni River, none of that is true.”Holloway said side drilling would begin soon to determine where and how much gold was at the location.Natural Resources Minister, Raphael Trotman during the tour said he was happy with the current progress reports from the company. He had previously visited the camp with a South African delegation back in March this year before exploration began.“This is historic for Guyana. We have had underground mining in Guyana before, I’m not saying this is the first, but certainly, it is the only company doing it right now,” Minister Trotman stated.He added that this is a great opportunity for Guyanese to see and understand the functions of an underground mine.The Natural Resources Minister also stated that he was especially pleased to know that the company got its exploration clearance from both the GGMC and EPA.“I’m happy to see that issues and some challenges with GGMC and EPA have been resolved and the company has been able to start the exploratory aspect of the digging and hopefully things progressed and a full mining permit will be given by both the GGMC and EPA,” he said.Aurora Gold Mine is one of the largest gold mines in Guyana and the world, with an estimated reserve of 6.54 million ounces of gold.With respect to the underground mining exploration, $5 billion (US$25 million) is expected from the first three years of exploration.
Santa Clarita’s film office was among 10 finalists for the award, competing against such cities as Long Beach, Vista, Fresno, Riverside and Santa Rosa. “Five years ago, we recognized the need to develop a film office to help keep jobs and film work local, while growing the industry,” Mayor Marsha McLean said. “And in just a few short years, we’ve been able to create a model for a successful film program, an example that can be applied to a variety of industries in cities around the state.” The office was created in 2002 to help attract and retain the filming industry, including location filming and film-related businesses. The office currently issues permits for all location filming within Santa Clarita. Southern California lost some its appeal for film production in the past decade as the entertainment industry sought more affordable locations in Canada and the South. Santa Clarita fought back by promoting its proximity to Los Angeles and an affordable and simple permit process. SANTA CLARITA – The city’s film office, formed five years ago to combat runaway production, won a top state award this week for economic development. Santa Clarita won the grand prize in the California Association for Local Economic Development’s annual award for the agency, credited with bringing more than $16 million to the Santa Clarita Valley each year. Santa Clarita is home to television productions that include Nickelodeon’s “Zoey 101,” HBO’s “Big Love” and “John from Cincinnati,” CBS’ “The Unit” and “NCIS,” and FX’s “Drive” and “The Riches.” State Assemblyman Juan Arambula and CALED chief Wayne Schell presented the award Thursday in Monterey to Assistant City Manager Ken Striplin and film associate Jason Crawford. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
0Shares0000Sofapaka head coach Sam Ssimbwa strolls around during a past training session at the club’s Eastleigh High School training ground. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 15- Sofapaka FC head coach Sam Ssimbwa has vowed to leave his post at the helm of the club if he fails to win silverware in his second year in charge of Batoto ba Mungu.The Ugandan tactician re-joined joined the 2009 league champions at the beginning of last season and helped steer them to second spot finish having just managed to stay alive in the top tier on the final day of the previous season. Ssimbwa who won the GOtv Shield with the club during his first stint now says he wants to win at least one piece silverware, the Kenyan Premier League title being top of his ambition.“This (winning trophies) is what I want. If I fail I go back to Uganda because two years in this team at least I want to get silverware. Wherever I have been travelling to I have gotten silverware. Here also, I want the same,” Ssimbwa told Capital Sport.The club endured a torrid period in 2016 due to lack of sponsorship but once a shirt sponsor landed at the beginning of last season, their fortunes changed and they were considered serious title contenders until Gor Mahia pulled away.Ssimbwa reckons it will be a tough charge for the title, picking out Gor Mahia, AFC Leopards and Tusker as three of the clubs he feels will offer the toughest competition.“It is not easy because every team is coming in to fight for the title. Gor Mahia have a very strong team, AFC Leopards have also put together a very strong outfit, I even saw Matano in Uganda. Tusker are there, Posta Rangers also, so it will not be easy. But we will fight. We are Batoto ba Mungu,” a confident Ssimbwa noted.Newly signed Sofapaka forward Ezekiel Okare attempts to make a pass under pressure from Maurice Odipo during a past training session at their Eastleigh High School base. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluHis sentiments have been echoed by skipper Hillary Echesa who is confident that the team put together will be able to challenge for top honors.“I think we now have a very strong team and having finished second last season, the only way for us is up. We have to work hard and I trust with the players we have we can actually achieve that target of winning trophies. Everyone is up for it. The motivation and the spirit of the players is brilliant,” the experienced Echesa noted.Sofapaka have assembled a strong team for the new season with high profile players landing at the stable. Among the new faces at the club include strikers Stephen Waruru and Kepha Aswani who scored 13 goals each last season for Ulinzi Stars and Sofapaka respectively.Also joining the side is Burundi defender Mousa Omar, Ibrahim Kitawi and Elli Asieche from Kariobangi Sharks, Jackson Saleh and Vitalis Akumu from Western Stima, Teddy Osok on loan from Gor Mahia, Yussuf Mohammed from Muhoroni Youth as well as goalkeeper Ian Otieno who left AFC Leopards.Newly signed Sofapaka midfielder Ibrahim Kitawi attempts to make a pass under pressure during a past training session at their Eastleigh High School base. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluThough Ssimbwa says the team is not as strong as the one he had in 2010 and 2011, he reckons it is a better team than last season’s.“I can’t say it is the strongest because to me I measure strength with the number of national team players I have. You can’t compare my squad with that of Gor Mahia. But overall I think it is better than last season,” the coach said.“But we have just started our pre-season training and we can’t really gauge them. We have to play friendly matches and see what they can add to the team and their strengths,” the tactician added.Meanwhile, Batoto ba Mungu will face Ssimbwa’s old employers Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) in a friendly match next week with the Ugandan champions touring the country for training.Ssimbwa also said they would be travelling to Sudan for further friendly matches before they kick off their season at home against Bandari on February 4.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)
Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho Bayer Leverkusen are lining up a £7m move for Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho.The 25-year-old is yet to feature this season despite being fully fit and speculation surrounding his future continues.Roma were also interested in Sakho but they instead moved for Antonio Rudiger after failing to agree a deal with Liverpool.However, the Merseyside club are now bracing themselves for an offer from Germany.L’Equipe are reporting that Bayer Leverkusen have set their sights on the Frenchman and are ready to pay £7m to land him.Sakho is said to be happy at Liverpool however he is desperate to make France’s squad for next summer’s European Championships so will want to play regular first-team football this season. 1