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Panthers escape Pats2015-Mar-31

Panthers escape Pats


As the Carolina Panthers celebrated their sixth straight win, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots were left wondering why a penalty that could have saved them on the final play was wiped out.


Cam Newton threw a 25 yard touchdown pass to Ted Ginn Jr. with 59 seconds left and Carolina held off New England 24 20 Monday night when officials picked up a flag in the end zone on the final play.


Newton drove the Panthers 83 yards on 13 plays for the go ahead touchdown, but the Patriots had a chance at an improbable comeback when Brady


You have viewed 20 free articles or blogs allowed within a 30 day period. FREE registration is now required for uninterrupted access. As the Carolina Panthers celebrated their sixth straight win, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots were left wondering why a penalty that could have saved them on the final play was klevertools.com wiped out.


Cam Newton threw a 25 yard touchdown pass to Ted Ginn Jr. with 59 seconds left and Carolina held off New England 24 20 Monday night when officials picked up a flag in the end zone on the final play.


Newton drove the Panthers 83 yards on 13 plays for the go ahead touchdown, but the Patriots had a chance at an improbable comeback when Brady moved New England to the Carolina 18 and fired into the end zone on the final play.


The pass was intercepted by safety Robert Lester, but officials threw a flag after it appeared linebacker Luke Kuechly had interfered with tight end Rob Gronkowski by grabbing him with both hands. The officials quickly gathered together and waved off the flag.


"There was no explanation given to me. Officials ran off the field. I didn't see anything," Patriots coach Bill Belichick said. "It was the last play of the game. There was a flag thrown and then the game was over."


An angry Brady sprinted over to two officials to argue the call as they walked off the field.


"He was kind of weaving in and out of there. I didn't really want to throw it over his head and out of bounds, so I was a little indecisive," Brady said. "It wasn't a great throw. No excuses. Should have been a better throw."


Meanwhile, the Panthers celebrated.


"We had good pressure and our safety Robert Lester was in good position to make the play," coach Ron Rivera said.


Brady was 29 of 40 for 296 yards and one touchdown.


Newton completed 19 of 28 passes for 209 yards and three TDs. He also ran seven times for 62 yards in what will go down as one of his best games a pro.


After the game, Rivera called it a "gutsy effort."


"It wasn't our best defensive effort, but it Cheap Gucci Shoes was one of our better offensive efforts," Rivera said. "It was good for our guys to win a game like this."


The Panthers entered the fourth quarter with a 17 10 lead, but Stevan Ridley made up for an earlier fumble with a 1 yard touchdown run.


The Patriots took a 20 17 lead with 6:32 left when Stephen Gostkowski slipped a 26 yard field goal just inside the left upright.

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Panthers beat Patriots after controversial call 2015-Mar-31

Panthers beat Patriots after controversial call on final play


Brady and the New England Patriots were miffed after a penalty flag that was thrown in the end zone on the final play was suddenly picked up and waved off Monday night, giving the Panthers a 24 20 victory for their sixth straight win.


Cam Newton led the Panthers 83 yards on 13 plays and threw a 25 yard touchdown pass to Ted Ginn Jr. with 59 seconds left to give the Panthers the lead.


The Patriots had a chance at a comeback when Brady moved New England to the Carolina 18 with 3 seconds left and fired into the end zone as time expired. Rookie safety Robert Lester intercepted the pass, but an official at the back of the end zone threw a flag for pass interference on linebacker Luke Kuechly, who had both arms wrapped around tight end Rob Gronkowski.


The officials then gathered, however, and referee Clete Blakeman announced there was no foul on the play and the game was over.


''There was no explanation given to me. Officials ran off the field. I didn't see anything,'' Patriots coach Bill Belichick said. ''There was a flag thrown and then the game was over.''


Blakeman said after the game that back judge Terrence Miles saw there was contact and Kuechly was not playing the ball, and that initially led Miles to call defensive pass interference. But Blakeman said the officials met and decided the ball was ''underthrown'' and it came down to a matter of ''uncatchability.''


A pass interference call would have put the ball on the 1 yard line and given the Patriots one more shot at a game winning touchdown with no time on the clock.


''You never like to end the game like that on a call, but I'm pleased that our officiating crew got together and communicated and discussed it and, ultimately, we believe we got it right,'' Blakeman said.


An angry Brady ran down two officials to argue the call as they walked off the field, but later said he didn't get a good look at the play.


''I don't make the calls or the rules,'' Brady said. ''I wish it wouldn't have come down to that. I think there were plenty of plays we could've made. But it did, and they're going to make the call or they're not going to make the call. But we can play better than that.''


Brady conceded he was cautious on the throw.


''(Gronkowski) was kind of weaving in and out of there. I didn't really want to throw it over his head and out of bounds, so I was a little indecisive,'' he said. ''It wasn't a great throw. No excuses. Should have been a better throw.''


Kuechly, who had a critical pass interference call in a Week 2 loss to Buffalo, was a little nervous when he saw the flag on the ground.


''I was like, Oh, jeez. I don't know what this is going to be,' Cheap Gucci Shoes '' Kuechly said. ''My back was to Brady. I was just playing his eyes, playing his hands, waiting for his eyes to get big and his hands to go up and I was going to try to break it down. I didn't really see where the ball went. I think Robert had a hand on it or something. There were guys around that ball and that's what helps you out.''


Brady finished 29 of 40 for 296 yards and one touchdown. Newton completed 19 of 28 passes for 209 yards and three touchdowns. He also ran seven times for 62 yards in what will go down as one of his best games a pro.


After the game, Carolina coach Ron Rivera called it a ''gutsy effort.''


Newton's winning touchdown drive in the waning minutes of a game was the type of leadership performance the Panthers have been waiting for from the third year pro.


Newton said ''people want to keep making it about me and the plays that I made, but it's not a one man show, by far.''


''It's just fantastic, just watching Cam grow, watching him lead this team, watching him go 85 yards,'' Smith said. ''You hear all about statistics, about other guys having game winning drives. Now Cam has his game winning drive against a big team, against a worthy opponent. Just watching the young man grow I just saw that young, 24 year old Cam Newton just chipping away and just a little hint of greatness is starting to shine through a little bit.''


Carolina moved within a game of first place New Orleans in the NFC South. The win came eight days after a 10 9 victory over reigning NFC champion San Francisco.


The Panthers entered the fourth quarter with a 17 10 lead, but Stevan Ridley made up for an earlier fumble with a 1 yard touchdown run and the Patriots (7 3) took a 20 17 lead with 6:32 left when Stephen Gostkowski slipped a 26 yard field goal just inside the left upright.


Carolina came right back down the field and Newton hit the speedy Ginn on a hitch route. Ginn escaped Kyle Arrington along the left sideline and outraced Logan Ryan to the left pylon for his third touchdown of the season.


Newton gave Carolina a 17 10 lead in the third quarter on an 81 yard touchdown drive that took more than 8 minutes off the clock and featured a scramble in which the third year quarterback avoided four tacklers and turned a potential 20 yard sack into a 14 yard gain and a first down.


Newton completed all seven passes on the drive for 77 yards, finding Greg Olsen at the right pylon with 2:10 left to put the Panthers back in front.


''Cam did the things he needed to do to put us in position to win the football game,'' Rivera said. ''It has a lot to do with his maturity that we have talked about.''


Carolina entered the night as the NFL's No. 1 defense and didn't disappoint early, sacking Brady twice and holding Gronkowski to one catch for 14 yards in the opening half. The Panthers hadn't given up a touchdown in eight straight quarters before Gronkowski's short TD catch tied the score at 10 on the first drive of the second half.


Newton got Carolina the early lead by zipping a third down throw to Brandon LaFell near the goal line with 2:44 left in the first quarter, capping a 90 yard drive that took more than 5 minutes off the clock.


The drive included a 42 yard catch by Smith against cornerback Aqib Talib, who drew a personal foul penalty when he refused to let go of Smith's right foot after the receiver's second catch, setting off a brief scuffle.


Panthers defensive end Charles Johnson left early in the third quarter with a right http://www.klevertools.com/ knee injury but returned on New England's final drive.

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New training center planned to support Boeing 2015-Mar-31

New training center planned to support Boeing in S


Plans for the new center follow Boeing's commitment to invest another $1 billion and add 2,000 workers in the next eight years. The company also is acquiring more land, though the reason is not clear now.


Trident Tech offers four aircraft related degrees or certificate programs aircraft maintenance, aircraft assembly, avionics maintenance and basic industrial work skills.


The building would include classroom and laboratory space, as well as a 50,000 square foot bay to accommodate aircraft, large aircraft parts and training equipment.


"It is not so much what this center will do for Trident Technical College but what it will do for the entire state," said Mary Thornley, president of the college. "People are asking if we can provide the workforce to support the companies interested in locating in South Carolina. We can, but we need a facility that shows we mean it."


There is no opening date for the center yet, since the construction will be determined by availability of funds, said school spokesman David Hansen.


The training center is expected to be funded with about $51 million from the state, nearly $19 million from the county, $8 million from the school and $1 million from the city of North Charleston.


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I work for a small business and can tell you that our state is NOT business friendly. Wish they would care about us for a change and give us a break tax break would be helpful. They sure don't even remove interest and penalties with struggling small businesses that are hurting. I can attest to that fact after hearing our customer's frustration. Disappointed it will never happen from what I have seen. We should count too not just the big shots. Is there any relief for us? I keep hoping WA will listen.


I came home to WA to find a big mess that is disturbing with our business environment. Hoping this will change with better leadership.


Well anyway Happy Thanksgiving everyone.


This topic never ceases to bring out wild and wonderful conversation.


South Carolina realized decades ago that they were not competitive and actually went to large businesses and asked what the state could do to attract business. They listened, learned and acted. took steps to improve the overall quality of life from cultural investment to training programs. It worked. will join a pretty long line of companies that have located there. Boeing as in what used to be called McDonnell Douglas is nearing the end of the C 17 program and has a well established facility and trained workforce waiting for a new assignment. Just sayin, there be a bunch of people there that are equally as well schooled in airplane building as the local IAM.


Nothing beats going to school for years and getting into a Fake Sunglasses position in commercial aviation manufacturing only to be laid off early every decade until you finally have enough seniority to stay on steadily. It truly does take 30 years to get 20 years worth of actual company service time in this industry.


If one wants a stable career, do NOT look to aviation! Without decent incentives during the 5 to 7 years of uptime each decade, it's just not worth it to stick it out for four years each layoff.


Knowing that people in Boeing's SC Plant have to have a written pass to even use the bathroom, why would anyone want to go to school for that? I know a few managers that went to SC and they came back within three months. One feared for his life.


I wish when the news would report on contract disputes it would show the current and proposed contracts. The proposed contract would have made workers take 16 years to top out cheapermichaelkorsoutlet.us.com in pay scale. 10 years longer than it does now. That's just one of the cuts that the workers were given. It's tough.


My hubby works in a union position and has for 10 years at another company. Each year, they agree to more and more cuts. He now makes less than when he started there. But, if they don't agree, they are threatened with being replaced or the doors being shut. At some point, we have to realize that workers deserve some of those record setting profits too!The one sided reporting has been problematic since a lot of people think they are being provided the whole story when it's actually a spoon feeding from the corporate press release.


People who don't understand contract law don't get that the expiration of the LOU42 on acceptance of the "extension" would amount to a breach of the binding agreement by the IAM.


By upholding the LOU42 the union is doing precisely what they are supposed to do: follow the law and keep replicachristianlouboutin.com Boeing corporate honest.


That, if you have not noticed, is how the corporate game is played in America. Keep figuring out how to build it cheaper so the elite can get the bigger payday while all of the middle class suffers. They play states against each other to get the absolute lowest bidder and devalue all other income in the meantime.


Everyone should commend IAM for making a stand and trying to hold the line for future generations.

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How will the Patriots use Tebow2015-Mar-31

How will the Patriots use Tebow


Tim Tebow, who http://www.wholesalesnapbackshats.us.com/ signed with the New England Patriots yesterday with a contract that doesn include any money. Barring an injury, (knock on wood and pray to God) Tebow will probably only see the field 10 times a game at most and will be treated as a third string QB. At least that what his contract says.


But Bill Belicheck always has something up the sleeves of his trademark Patriots hoodie. I predict that Tebow will play QB and be mostly a read option player. But, I see why Bill Belicheck would make the move even if he doesn have anything in mind for him offensively in a game strategy.


The chi hair straightener New England Patriots play 5 teams this season that could potentially Discount Bags run the read option as their main offense. What better way to prepare the Patriots lackluster defense for that type of game? Tebow would run the read option better than anyone in practice to help the defense.


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Fantasy football's All2015-Mar-31

Fantasy football's All


We've already taken a look at fantasy football's underachievers, players well on their way to draft "bust" status. Today, the glass is half full as we review the players who have greatly exceeded expectations through the first 10 weeks of the fantasy football season.


QB Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos: Manning has thrown at least four touchdown passes in five of the Broncos' nine games and has eight more touchdowns (33) than the next closest quarterback. While he had name recognition and was regularly a second round pick, Manning was also a distant No. 3 quarterback off the board behind Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers. Barring injury or an unforeseen slump, Manning will finish No. 1 in scoring in most fantasy leagues.


QB Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers: Rivers was coming off his worst statistical season and saw his wide receiver corps gutted by injuries in training camp. He went undrafted in many leagues and was a late round flier in most others after throwing 35 combined interceptions in the previous two seasons. But Rivers started hot and has remained consistent, putting him on pace for 4,784 yards, 32 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. He's been a revelation as an undrafted free agent.


RB Knowshon Moreno, Denver Broncos: Moreno was viewed as arguably the third most desirable running back on the Broncos' roster. Ronnie Hillman made a late push to win the starting job, and rookie Montee Ball was assumed to take over sooner than later. All Moreno has done is win the starting job in Week 2 and score more touchdowns (9) than any running back not named Adrian Peterson. He's also been a pleasant surprise as a receiver, tying a career high while ranking seventh among running backs with 37 catches.


RB Danny Woodhead, San Diego Chargers: The doubts were justified, but proved to be severely overblown. Woodhead was leaving the system that "created" him for an offense seemingly headed in the wrong direction. Turns out, Woodhead landed in a situation that better showcased his abilities as a slasher and receiver, and he's responded with five total touchdowns and more catches (53) than any other running back in the NFL.


WR Wes Welker, Denver Broncos: Welker has seamlessly fit into the Broncos' offensive attack, making up for anticipated declines Wholesale Snapbacks in receptions and targets he's on pace for 94 and 137, respectively with nine touchdown grabs. He's the possession receiver of choice in Denver and an unlikely red zone target, tying for the touchdown lead among wide receivers. All that scoring has made the fifth round pick it took to land Welker look like a grand bargain.


WR Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers: Brown has played the part of a glorified possession wide receiver, but with ultimate chihairstraightener.us.com consistency. He leads the NFL in catches (67) and ranks sixth in targets (93) while hauling in at least five catches in each of the Steelers' nine games. Touchdowns have been scarce, but Brown has more than made up for it with machine like consistency, especially in PPR leagues. He was drafted as a hopeful WR3 but has blossomed into a solid WR2.


WR DeSean Jackson, Philadelphia Eagles: Between concerns over Chip Kelly's offense and the lack of a true No. 2 wide receiver, Jackson tumbled into the middle rounds of fantasy drafts. But he's the same explosive receiver he's always been, only more productive than ever as he cruises to career highs in catches (54), yards (903) and touchdowns (7). Of course, the explosive element is still very much part of his game with more 20 yard plays (17) than any player in the NFL.


TE Julius Thomas, Denver Broncos: After making a big statement in Week 1, Thomas has backed up the hype with outstanding production all season. He's scored at least one touchdown in seven of Denver's nine games this season and is tied for second in the NFL with nine receiving touchdowns. While ranking just seventh among tight ends in catches chi flat iron official website (42), Thomas has made them all count with 27 first downs and nine scores. That value came at the low, low price of an early waiver claim.


D/ST Kansas City Chiefs: It seems a new coaching staff is all this underachieving unit needed to quickly, and unexpectedly, reach its full potential. The Chiefs lead the NFL in scoring defense (12.3 ppg), return touchdowns (7), sacks (36) and fumble recoveries (11). It's all added up to the top scoring defense in fantasy football, and by a cheaphandbags.us.com huge margin. It might be a good idea to savor the success now, though. The Chiefs have two meetings with the high powered Denver Broncos in their next three games.


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Palermo travel guide2015-Mar-31

Palermo travel guide


The capital of Sicily was founded by Phoenicians under the name of "Ziz" (= Flower, but the meaning is still uncerain) and later renamed by Greeks "Panormos", which means "all port". It reached its golden age during the Arab domination (9th to 11th centuries AD) when it became one of the most prosperous cities in the Mediterranean and Europe, known as "city of delights" for its marvelous and lavish gardens, as well as for magnificent mosques and palaces.After being conquered by the Normans (1060 1080 AD), most of palaces and mosques were destroyed, but the new rulers exploited the cosmopolitan environment of Palermo and the artists, architects and masters from different cultural roots giving the birth to a unique architectural style, the so called "Arab Norman Style of Sicily", which is an original mixture of arabesque decorations, Romanesque architecture and Byzantine mosaics.After being home to one of the most famous emperors of the Middle Ages, Frederik II fo Swabi, named "Stupor Mundi" by contemporaries, Palermo began its decadence under the influence of several dominations In the mid 19thcentury, Palermo was one the leading revolutionary cities in Italy, strongly contributing to the success of the "Mille" (literally "one thousand"), a patriots' expedition lead by the famous Italian national hero Giuseppe Garibaldi which ended with the reunification of Italy under the Savoy dynasty from Turin (1860).Nowadays, Palermo faces several problems affecting its economic development, mainly because of the presence of the very powerful criminal organization known worldwide as "Mafia" or "Cosa Nostra". The city's economy http://www.klevertools.com/ is based on local government institutions, port, shipbuilding industry and the mechanical industry. It is also seat to some important Sicilian wine making companies (like Tasca d'Almerita, Duca di Salaparuta, Corvo, Planeta, etc.) whose popularity in the world is growing.[edit] Get in[edit] By planePalermo International Airport [2] (IATA: PMO) is located some 32 km west of the city at Punta Raisi and has flights incoming from other Italian centres and major European cities on a regular basis. Half hourly shuttle buses (displaying "prestia e commande") provide inexpensive transport into the city centre (6.10). There are 1 2 trains per hour, 50 minutes, 5.80 (destination Punta Raisi). The usual taxi and car rental services are also available at the airport. You can also book a private airport transfer online in advance. There is a couple of companies, which offer this service in Palermo, such as:Easy Private Taxi has Palermo Airport to the city centre at 40 for a Sedan, 77 for a MinibusSuntransfers has Palermo Airport to the city centre at 62.18 for a Sedan, 80.83 for a Minibus[edit] By ferryFerries steam between the port of Palermo and the following Italian ports on a regular basis: Genoa, Civitvecchia, Naples, Malta (Valletta) and Cagliari (Sardinia).[edit] By trainThrough trains from Rome and Naples via the train ferry across the Messina straits.[edit] Get around[edit] On footAlthough Palermo is a fair sized city, most of the interesting sites around the centre can easily be reached on foot.San Cataldo Church in the centre.[edit] By busGet a 24 hour ticket for 4. Many buses run on Via Roma. To go to Pl Indipendenza take bus 109 from the station.[edit][add listing] SeePalermo, despite many attractions, is not usually regarded as a must see city. Nevertheless its various monuments reflecting the city's rich and diverse history, and the many cultural and natural attractions, can make for an wonderful experience to those willing to explore it.The area of Viale della Libert Avenue from the Politeama Theater to Piazza Croci is a great place that shows the Art Nouveau heart of the City. It can be considered Palermo's Avenue des Champs Elyses.Catacombe dei Cappuccini, open daily 9AM 12 noon and 3PM 5PM, entrance is 3 the catacombs of the Capuchin convent located on the Piazza Cappuccini, just west of the city centre, contain over 8000 mummified ex residents from Palermo and its surrounding villages, some merely clothed skeletons, other remarkably well preserved and lifelike. Well worth a visit, interesting, if Cheap Gucci slightly morbid. Children may either find it exciting or terrifying and it must be the responsibility of their parents to think carefully before taking them.Palazzo dei Normanni. Inside, don't miss the mosaics in the Cappella Palatina and the old Royal Apartmentsstreet markets, especially near the Piazza del Carmine and Vucciria. At the Ballaro there is a huge variety of fresh fruits on offer.Piazza Garraffello near Vucciria on Friday nights a DJ is playing open air if the weather is good. Huge crowd dancing. There are also lots of bars right next to the square.Piazza Pretoria, including the Fontana PretoriaThe Gesu Church is one of the most architecturally important in Palermo. Constructed between 1564 1633, it's late date of completion resulted in an abundant use of polychrome marbles on both floors and walls. This form of decoration, which gradually evolved in Sicily from the beginning of the 17th century, was a mark of the beginning of the Sicilian Baroque period, which was to give Sicily almost an architectural national identity.

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