Please Login

Remember me

Not a member? Register here | Lost Password?

Login / Register

Welcome to Readers Enclave !

It seems that this is your first time in our forum. RE is a home for Book Lovers, Bibliophiles and people who are into Literal activities. Most of the features of RE are available only to our beloved registered members.
We are encouraging you to join us and be one of our beloved member by registering a new account.
Registration is free and come in handy, you just need to provide a valid e-mail address so that you can verify your account.
As a Readers Enclave member you'll have the special privileges
Participate in discussions related to Novels and Writing
Chance to win free books and have them delivered to your door step for completely FREE !
Have your writings stories / poems reach masses
Participate in Writers contest and win prizes
Buy / Sell your old books
Have your own Bookshelf, add, delete and manage books
Post in threads, reply to threads, vote on polls, and create new threads | topics.
Meet new book lovers same as your taste
And yeah, have lots of fun
All that and more, so what are you waiting for, Join us now!

Use your Facebook account to register | login here in Readers Enclave

If you are having any trouble with registration, write us at readersenclave[at]gmail[dot].com, we will be happy to help Biggrin

Post Reply 
Thread Rating:
  • 0 Votes - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Customized Kansas City Chiefs Jerseys
08-01-2019, 08:44 AM
Post: #1
Customized Kansas City Chiefs Jerseys
When they take the field Sunday Customized Kansas City Chiefs Jerseys , Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr . will have waited 1,072 days for his rematch with Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown ."It's the best versus the best," Harris proclaimed.Brown got the best of Harris last time.The star cornerback hadn't surrendered a touchdown in 35 games before Brown scored twice on him in man coverage in the Steelers' 34-27 comeback in Pittsburgh on Dec. 20, 2015."I hope we see them again," Harris said afterward, and the feeling was certainly mutual 鈥?Brown caught 16 passes for 189 yards that night.It appeared Harris would get his wish a month later when the Steelers visited Denver for an AFC divisional playoff game.Brown didn't get to play, however, after taking a vicious hit to the head from Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict the week before, a foul that set up Pittsburgh's game-winning field goal in a wild-card game at Cincinnati.Harris was dealing with a bruised left rotator cuff that basically turned him into a one-armed tackler, but he helped the Broncos beat the Brown-less Steelers 23-16, propelling them on their Super Bowl title run.Although Denver (4-6) hasn't been back to the playoffs since, Harris remains one of the game's great shutdown cornerbacks. His interception of Philip Rivers last week made him the only player in the NFL with multiple interceptions each of the past seven seasons.Brown is just as good as ever, too, helping the Steelers (7-2-1) stay atop the AFC North year after year. His 11 TD catches this season are tied with Kansas City's Tyreek Hill for the league lead.Of his 130 games, including the playoffs, Harris has never had a worse game than he did the previous time he faced Brown."I didn't have a good game that night," Harris said. "It was tough that game. It was pretty much on me that game. We didn't have anybody in our secondary that game. I think all my safeties were gone. I think I was out there with (Josh) Bush and (Shiloh) Keo, so that was a hard game. It won't be anything like that again."Harris faces No. 1 receivers week in and week out, but Brown is special. He's one of just four active players with 40 100-yard receiving games (Julio Jones , Brandon Marshall and Larry Fitzgerald are the others)."He has great route-running and they let him play," Harris said, suggesting officials let him get away with separation tactics. "They let him play a little bit at the top of the routes. Also what he does, Big Ben (Roethlisberger) extends a lot of time for him and then he can kind of free-lance and get deep."I can't say what I do at the top of the routes, but I've got little tricks too. You've just got to play your game. Don't be scared, compete, and that's what I do every week."Harris often voices frustration about not getting a lot of action on his side of the field, but he eagerly anticipated last week's game against the Chargers because he knew Rivers would challenge him.Harris also knows that Roethlisberger won't ignore him Sunday ."Definitely. I know I've got like 12 to 15 chances to get picks," Harris said, "and my goal is to come out with one or two."There are signs Harris won't have another patchwork secondary surrounding him like the previous time. Cornerback Bradley Roby, who left the previous game with a concussion, is progressing and the Broncos are hopeful he'll be back in the starting lineup this weekend.Harris said he felt Roby was having his best game of the year when he got hurt, and coach Vance Joseph concurred, saying, "He played with great focus, he wasn't chasing plays, he was playing with great technique and he covered his guy. I think most young corners they're playing the game to make plays instead of allowing the plays to come to them. When he's done that, he's played well for us."A must-read on the truth behind how Patrick Mahomes ended up in Kansas City Old friend Terez Paylor of Yahoo! Sports still lives in Kansas City and keeps a close eye on the Chiefs—he hosts the Terez Paylor Show on 610 Sports Radio every Monday.With Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes off to such a hot start, Paylor dropped an outstanding article on how he ended up in Kansas City on Friday Kansas City Chiefs T-Shirt , beginning with the early interest of current Chiefs general manager Brett Veach, continuing with how Veach got Andy Reid involved and finishing with the art of former Chiefs GM John Dorsey outmaneuvering four other teams on draft night.The article is full of great nuggets like this:After reading twice, here are my quick takeaways:It was confirmed that Veach was one of the first members of the Chiefs personnel staff to like Mahomes. There is no doubt about that.Veach pushed Mahomes onto Reid, and he was only able to do so because of the trust he had built with the Chiefs’ head coach by alerting him about players he loved while with the Eagles, such as Fletcher Cox and DeSean Jackson. History told Reid that if Veach liked a guy, he should pay special attention.Reid has said in the past that Veach is responsible for Mahomes, which to me, has always felt like a vast exaggeration. I never understood why Reid and the Chiefs felt the need to push that out there—the idea that Dorsey had little to do with it. As Paylor writes, Dorsey was well aware of Mahomes and “outmaneuvered four other teams” on draft night to make sure he didn’t end up anywhere else. When the Chiefs were interested in Marcus Peters, they sent Chris Ballard, not Dorsey, to Oakland to find out more about him. When Peters won defensive rookie of the year in 2015, no one was saying, “Yeah, but Chris Ballard drafted Peters.” It was always just the Chiefs.On Thursday night, another quarterback who Dorsey had a hand in drafting gave the Browns their first win in 635 days. If the Browns suddenly choose to fire Dorsey in two months, that fact won’t change. Again, I encourage you to read Paylor’s well-written piece and draw your own conclusions.
Find all posts by this user
Like Post Quote this message in a reply
Post Reply 

User(s) browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)