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      IMAGINACTION EVENT   01/15/2017

      (debajo está el texto en español) IMAGINACTION EVENT (post your ideas in the section NEWS/GAME NEWS/EVENT, in the forum) Remember that to participate you must press "like button" in the Facebook page (@playageofspace) The event will reward the best ideas that can be applied to AgeOfSpace in each one of this sections:
      Economy, Colonization, War, Alliances, Other ideas. The winner of each section will receive 250,000 AM
      The second winner of each section will receive 120,000 AM
      The third winner of each section will receive 55,000 AM
      The deadline is for 01/03/2017, so you have plenty of time to write, read and modify your ideas until you can aspire to win a prize.
      Aspects to consider:
      -The ideas should be written in English or Spanish (it's the same event for everyone)
      - It will be positively valued that the idea is easy to apply to the game, we do not want impossible ideas, we want good ideas to be able to develop them
      and to make reality, that is the main objective of this event.
      -There is no text limit for ideas and each user can participate in all sections (economy, Colonization, War, Alliances, Other ideas)
      and with several ideas in each area.
      -Will gain the ideas selected for the moderation team and revised for de ADMINS
      -The winner of the idea of each section should copy it and paste it on facebook with a link to the game's Crowfunding page (developing).
      Through Crowfunding we want to raise money to pay for the development of PHP code of the WINNING IDEAS, so you can apply them
      paying an expert programmer, or investing us in a greater effort for its elaboration.
      Come to participate, we want to grow but we need good ideas and you are our family, we want your creativity Imaginaction has arrived, are you going to miss out on this opportunity? ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- IMAGINACTION EVENT (escribe tus ideas en la sección del FORO Novedades/Novedades del juego/ Evento) Recuerda que para participar deberás dar "like" a la página de Facebook (@playageofspace) El evento premiará a las mejores ideas que puedan aplicarse a AgeOfSpace en cada una de estas secciones:
      Economía, Colonización, Guerra, Alianzas, Otras ideas. El ganador de cada sección recibirá 250.000 AM
      El segundo ganador de cada sección recibirá 120.000 AM
      El tercer ganador de cada sección recibirá 55.000 AM
      La deadline es para el 01/03/2017, por lo que tenéis mucho tiempo para escribir, leer y modificar vuestras ideas hasta que puedan aspirar a ganar un premio.
      Aspectos a tener en cuenta:
      -Las ideas deberán estar escritas en ingles o español (es el mismo evento para todos)
      -Se valorará positivamente que la idea sea facil de aplicar a el juego, no queremos ideas imposibles, queremos ideas buenas para poderlas desarrollar
      y hacer realidad, ese es el objetivo principal de este evento.
      -No hay un límite de texto para las ideas y cada usuario puede participar en todas las secciones (economía, Colonización, Guerra, Alianzas, Otras ideas)
      y con varias ideas en cada área.
      -Ganarán las ideas que el equipo de moderación seleccione
      -El ganador de la idea de cada sección deberá copiarla y pegarla en facebook con un enlace a la página de Crowfunding del juego (en desarrollo).
      A través del Crowfunding queremos recaudar dinero para pagar por el desarrollo del código PHP de las IDEAS GANADORAS, para así poderlas aplicar
      pagando a un programador experto, o bien invirtiendo nosotros en un mayor esfuerzo para su elaboración.
      Anímate a participar, queremos crecer pero necesitamos buenas ideas y vosotros sois nuestra familia, contamos con vuestra creatividad Imaginaction ha llegado ¿vas a dejar escapar esta oportunidad?     ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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  1. Since becoming a regular on the field as a junior, former Bowling Green wide receiver Teo Redding has been turning heads with his athleticism and highlight reel worthy catches. On Monday, he turned the heads of NFL scouts during agility and explosion drills during his pro day in Perry Field House. Redding was Cornelius Edison Jersey among nine former Falcons to work out in front of approximately 35 scouts from the NFL and Canadian Football League. He didn t disappoint. Redding s athleticism was evident early. His broad jump of 132 inches would have tied for the best among wide receivers at the NFL combine and his 38.5 inch vertical jump would have tied for third best. Drafted, undrafted free agent, I m just hoping to get that shot, Redding said. Because I know once I get that shot I m going to take full advantage of it. Redding ran in the mid to high 4.4s in the 40 yard dash and he did 10 reps on the 225 pound bench press a feat that set the tone for the rest of his day. The bench was the main focus, getting that number where I wanted it to be. Everything else I knew I was probably going to be solid, he said. Redding has been training at TEST Football Academy in New Jersey in preparation for pro day. He increased his ability on the bench press from only a couple to double digits. Measuring at 6 foot 1, Redding s height and athleticism are of little concern to NFL scouts. It s his strength and small frame that create questions. He played in 11 games for Bowling Green as a senior and was second on the team with 624 yards receiving. He led the Falcons with eight touchdown catches. He s come a long way. We challenged Teo, Falcons head coach Mike Jinks said. It wasn t necessarily the things on the football field, it was the things away from it to grow up a little bit, to get in that weight room and invest in his body. From Day 1 he s had unbelievable ball skills some of the best I ve ever seen. The thing is his approach to the game and going in and training his body. He s gotten stronger, Jinks added. He went in and spent time with former strength and condition coach Billy Yates and not just the two hours we allot for our strength and conditioning. He went in and got the extra in. His upside is tremendous. Joining Redding at the pro day was offensive lineman Ryan Hunter, tight end Hunter Folkertsma, punter Joseph Davidson, kickers Jake Suder and Nick Fields https://www.falconsatljersey.com/devin-fuller-jersey-c-12.html, running backs Josh Cleveland and Donovan Wilson, and defensive lineman Shannon Smith. A native of North Bay, Ontario, Canada, Hunter drew the attention of scouts from both leagues. He is already considered a top prospect for the CFL draft https://www.falconsatljersey.com/nick-williams-jersey-c-14.html, but wants to exhaust all of his options to get into the NFL first. That s what the goal was when I came to the U.S. I came here to play in the NFL after I finished my career, said Hunter https://www.falconsatljersey.com/justin-hardy-jersey-c-13.html, who has continued to train in Bowling Green.
  2. Gregory Fisher USA TODAY Sports The Dallas Cowboys are building through the draft so the decisions they make next month are going to be instrumental in determining how successful they’ll be in the future. Fans want that key piece that will propel one position or another into an area of strength for the Cowboys. We’re doing a full seven round mock, but we’re doing it with one important rule every pick has to play a different position. We’re going to see if we can fill as many holes as possible for the Cowboys. We seriously doubt that the Cowboys will use all 10 of their draft picks this April, we know they’ll likely deal some to move around in the draft or to pick up a fringe player from another team. But for now, we’re going to put all 10 to use. 1st Round 19th overall There are a lot of good options for the Cowboys at pick 19, but they decide to go with a playmaker on offense that they hope completes the new triplets transformation from Tony Romo, DeMarco Murray, and Dez Bryant to Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, and D.J. Moore. The talented wide receiver from Maryland has exceptional speed and does great things after the catch. And he’s a high character guy who has been praised as a great teammate. Bryant is still around, but a player like Moore could be the future. And it would be a bright one with so many young pieces on offense. 2nd Round 51 overall Surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle suffered at the combine may dampen his draft stock, but with only a four month recovery time he should be ready to go by training camp. While the injury shouldn’t be that big of a deal, Price has a tendency to be over aggressive at times where he lunges and loses his balance. There should be about half a dozen strong interior offensive linemen taken within the first 50 picks and one of them could fall to Dallas on Day 2. With great explosiveness and power, Price would be a great score in the second round. 3rd Round 80th overall Three picks, three offense players? Surely, you can’t be serious. Well https://www.cowboysdaclub.com/leon-mcfadden-jersey-c-17.html, I am serious... and don’t call me Shirley. There will be several enticing defensive players still available at pick 81, but the Cowboys can’t pass up an opportunity to take a potential successor to Jason Witten. Many space tight ends have came into the league and impressed people as pass catchers, but few fall in the category of Witten as a complete player. Ian Thomas could be that type of player. The tight end from Indiana possesses great quickness to separate, but is also a physical player to be an effective in line blocker. 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He should be able to earn snaps on the defense and have an immediate role on special teams. 4th Round, comp pick 137th overall Many people don’t see the Cowboys investing an early pick in a defensive tackle, especially a big 1 tech who could only see two down action. But that doesn’t mean they won’t look to address this position later in the draft. Connecticut’s Foley Fatukasi is an interesting prospect. Although he is very raw https://www.cowboysdaclub.com/nolan-carroll-jersey-c-18.html, he has good upside and possesses many traits that Cowboys defensive coordinator, Rod Marinelli, is looking for. He has an explosive first step, plays with high energy, and is a flexible defender than can play a variety positions on the defensive line. 5th Round, comp pick 171st overall There is a lot of talent in this running back class and although the team will give Ezekiel Elliott extensive work, they could find a good running back later in the draft. Kalen Ballage is a good target. He doesn’t have the vision and elusiveness to be an every down back, but he can run well when he gets in space. Ballage is also a good pass catcher and could work his way into the offense as a third down or change of pace running back to give Zeke a breather. 6th Round, trade w/Oakland 192nd overall The Cowboys will need to find a reliable swing tackle option in free agency as it wouldn’t make a lot of sense to invest in one early in the draft. They can however, look for a player late who has some good upside. Joel Noteboom fits that description. He doesn’t play at a consistent level right now, but has light feet and is quick off the snap. Notebook is a very smart player 6th Round 193rd overall This is a very deep draft class for cornerbacks and it would be wise to grab one of these players despite it not being a position of need for the Cowboys. The team can be patient and wait until they can get a quality player at a low draft cost. Maryland’s J.C. Jackson could be that player. He’s a physical player that can be disruptive in press coverage. He still needs work on his ball skills and his tendency to be handsy needs improvement. He’s a guy who could take over Bene Benwikere’s role where the team wouldn’t need to dress him unless they are dealing with injuries. Over time, he could improve his coverage abilities and offer some nice upside to the Cowboys cornerback depth. 6th Round, comp pick 208th overall The Cowboys could add a physical defensive back late in the draft with the selection of Jacksonville State’s Siran Neal. He has good size, plays aggressive, and can be effective in run support. He has that position flexibility appeal that the Cowboys look for with experience at both safety and cornerback. While Neal needs more work to be an every down player, he has good traits to be a contributor off the bench. 7th Round 236th overall The Cowboys should look to add a third quarterback to their roster behind Dak Prescott and Cooper Rush. Despite some very good quarterbacks being available early, Dallas does not need to use premium resources on the position. Instead, they can peruse through some of these late round players to see if anyone fits the team well. Logan Woodside will be passed up because he doesn’t have the arm strength teams are looking for. What he does have is good football intelligence, great accuracy, and a competitiveness that has carried him throughout his college career. He’s worth a flyer on this late in the draft and could be a smart practice squad stash.
  3. The Pittsburgh Steelers defense is not what it used to be. No longer a dominant force which imposed its will on the opponent, the team seems to have more of a reactionary approach to the defensive side of the football. To watch this has been frustrating for everyone invested in the black and gold, and for some the issues have been so problematic they declared the team’s defense should be completely re worked. A total rebuild. While giving up 45 points to the Jaguars in the Divisional round last season was bad, let’s not lose track of reality. Do the Steelers have big holes to fill on the defense? Absolutely. Do they still have a lot of talent on defense capable of being a unit more than capable of winning? No doubt. When you have players like Cameron Heyward https://www.steelerspitzone.com/stephon-tuitt-jersey-c-82.html, Stephon Tuitt, Joe Haden and T.J. Watt who I believe is only going to improve the defense just needs to patch the holes and be on their way. Onward and Upward. Some will suggest this is easier said than done, and I understand this, but I also understand the team could make a few key moves to help solidify the defensive side of the football. First, rectify the situation at inside linebacker. A free agent acquisition and a high draft pick will certainly be necessary. Next, figuring out the safety position will also be something which needs adjusted. Whether they keep Mike Mitchell or not https://www.steelerspitzone.com/tj-watt-jersey-c-81.html, there should be some additions at safety both in the draft, and free agency. Lastly, figure out the front 7. The outside linebackers are dropping into coverage more and more, leaving the front four to get to the quarterback. If that is the case, the need for those dominant outside pass rushers becomes less and less important. If Bud Dupree is athletic enough to fulfill the new obligations of an outside linebacker in Keith Butler and Mike Tomlin’s scheme, then keep him for his 5th year option. Reading through the last paragraph, combined with what is still fresh in everyone’s minds the last time this unit took the field https://www.steelerspitzone.com/darrius-heywardbey-jersey-c-80.html, can have some preparing to push the panic button. I just don’t see it that way. This defense recorded 56 sacks, a new franchise record Ross Cockrell Jersey, and I don’t care who they played while doing so. They also showed they are capable of putting a winning product on the field, just were ridiculously inconsistent in the process. You may call for a rebuild of the defense, but I don’t agree with this sentiment. Fill the necessary holes and this defense could be well on their way.
  4. Good afternoon, 12s. Here s a look at what s out there for today — Tuesday https://www.seahawksseastore.com/jeremy-liggins-jersey-c-85.html, March 20 — about your Seattle Seahawks Read The Dominant 20 For the 20th anniversary edition of ESPN The Magazine, ESPN released its list of the most dominant champions of the past 20 years. To determine the teams, ESPN looked at the same collection of sports from their 20 most dominant athletes list and adjusted the data twice, once to normalize teams from a given sport across time and again to put top teams across different sports on a common baseline. This means all sports and all years can be considered equal. Among the best 20 teams to make the list is Seattle s 2013 team that defeated the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII for the first championship in franchise history. At No. 12, the Seahawks were one of two NFL teams to make the list, with the 2004 New England Patriots also qualifying at No. 15. Here s why the Seahawks made Keating s list Keating s score 1.46 Key stat One of the most dominant defenses in NFL history Tedric Thompson Jersey, the Seahawks D led the league in points allowed, yards allowed and takeaways the first team to do so since the 1985 Bears. Keating s take The best defense in the NFL in at least the past 15 years 8.9 points per game better than league average, https://www.seahawksseastore.com/cassius-marsh-jersey-c-83.html according to Pro Football Reference s Simple Rating System , a quarterback entering superstardom and a running back nicknamed Beast. For the full list of dominant teams, click here. Read Social Post Of The Day Today s Social Post of the Day comes from CenturyLink Field https://www.seahawksseastore.com/nazair-jones-jersey-c-84.html, which announced they will be a new location for Beyonce and Jay Z s On The Run II Tour next fall More From Around The Web Here s an updated look at the Seahawks draft order following their recent offseason trades. ESPN NFL Nation reporters picked the biggest remaining need for the team s they cover. Danny Kelly of The Ringer has the Seahawks taking an offenisve lineman in the first round of the NFL Draft. Finally, Jordan Hill of The Ledger Enquirer wrote about how a recent trip back home to Georgia impacted Seahawks free agent defensive end Marcus Smith.