The Real BKOB Report – 2018 – Week 11 Edition

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    GOOD MORNING SKA USERS. IT’S TUESDAY AND THAT MEANS IT’S TIME TO ARM YOURSELVES… WITH KNOWLEDGE!!!

    Another thrilling round of NFCW Football is in the books, Knowledge Seekers, but everyone is STILL talking about the sensational prime-time matchup that captivated worldwide audiences, right up to the final whistle. A game that many are calling the Game of the Year: Seahawks vs. Packers.

    The future of the World hung in the balance as Russell Carrington Wilson faced a 3rd and long situation in the closing minutes of the game, needing a Touchdown to win it all. His Green-and-Yellow adversaries came into the contest as the League’s Leader in Sacks. But no matter. You can sack Wilson all you want, heck you can take away all his best teammates and offensive weapons, and he’ll just keep winning. Mr 4th Quarter added another remarkable comeback victory to his already-Legendary resume. I would personally like to thank Russell for letting me watch him play Football.

    Pardon me, Knowledge Seekers, I need a minute. You guys enjoy these… STATS!!!!!!!!!!!!

    NFCW Quarterbacks (Ranked by Passer Rating)
    J Goff – 258/381 (67.7%) 3,547yds, 9.3 ypa, 26 td, 6 int, 113.5 rtg
    R Wilson – 184/278 (66.2%) 2,192 yds, 7.9 ypa, 23 td, 5 int, 110.2 rtg
    N Mullens – 43/61 (70.5%) 512yds, 8.4 ypa, 4td, 2int, 104.0 rtg
    J Rosen – 125/228 (54.8%) 1,416 yds, 6.2 ypa, 9 td, 10 int, 68.5 rtg
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    J Garoppolo – 53/89 (59.6%) 718 yds, 8.1 ypa, 5 td, 3 int, 90.0 rtg
    C Beathard – 102/169 (60.4%) 1,252 yds, 7.4 ypa, 8 td, 7 int, 81.8 rtg
    S Bradford – 50/80 (62.5%) 400 yds, 5.0 ypa, 2 td, 4 int, 62.5 rtg

    NFCW Rushers (Ranked by Rushing Yards)
    T Gurley – 210 att, 1,043 yds, 5.0 ypc, 13 td, 0 fum
    M Breida – 113 att, 632 yds, 5.6 ypa, 3 td, 1 fum
    D Johnson – 168 att, 629 yds, 3.7 ypa, 6 td, 2 fum
    C Carson – 128 att, 580 yds, 4.5 ypa, 3 td, 2 fum

    What’s Changed?
    The So-Called Rams won a 7-on-7 scrimmage on Monday Night (thanks to a dropped INT by Orlando Scandrick) in a game that can only be described as a grim preview of what Football will become if the NFL has it’s way. It’s like watching Basketball, if the hoop was 53 yards wide. How much is the Collapse of Reality paying you, Goodell?? You’re complicit in all of this!

    Call me old fashioned, Knolwedge Seekers, but I prefer to spend my Sunday and Monday Nights watching BALANCED teams who play DEFENSE. And when I say Defense, I don’t mean a few turnovers here-and-there, scattered between the embarrassing broken coverages and non-existent tackling. I mean a sustained grind, for 4 Quarters (or more), with conflict and drama between great players on ALL sides of the ball. To me, the perfect final score for a game would be something like 23-17. Particularly, this 23-17 game. Change my mind. Nuff said.

    I don’t know what’s worse, Knowledge Seekers: the fact that LA gave up 50 points (at home)? Or the fact that it barely raised their Defensive PPG. Weren’t they supposed to be good? Last year The Rams Defense ranked 12th in PPG. Nothing special, but still respectable. Now – even with all of the overpriced, dysfunctional headcases they added – they’ll be lucky to crack the Top 20 in that category, or ANY category really.

    The 49ers Defense outranks them in 4 out of 7 Knowledge Table categories, and could overtake them in 2 more by season’s end. I hope you’re proud of yourself, k1.

    My Analysis
    The NFC Playoff Picture is beginning to take shape. But Division Winners bore me, so I’m going to focus on the Wild Card Race instead. That’s where all the excitement is! Here’s a Chart, courtesy of our friends at ESPN.com. Please don’t click on that link, ESPN is terrible.

    As you can see, the 49ers and Cardinals have been horrible all season. And so have the Eagles.

    Meanwhile, the supposedly-rebuilding Seahawks control their own Playoff Destiny, sitting just a half-game out with tie-breakers over both contenders at their heels, and head-to-head matchups against both teams in front of them. 4 of their last 6 games are at home, and that’s only because Levi’s Stadium is technically the 49ers’ home field.

    This team reminds me of a certain 2012 team that sat at 5-5, after that bogus loss to Miami (where Bobby Wagner’s game-sealing INT was overturned because the tip of Earl Thomas’ finger grazed one of the stickers on Tannehill’s helmet, God I hate that guy, and Joe Philbin’s stupid face), before they ran the table and went on a remarkable run that resulted in several Golden Boners. Can History repeat itself? Awards?

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    Thank you, and always remember: Kill… Danny… O’neil…………………..

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