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Nick Foles Beating Out Vick in Camp/OTAs

Eagles blogger Jimmy Kempski has reported that Nick Foles is beating out Vick in camp and that he is making "WOW" throws that seemed unimaginable last year. Everyone expected Vick would be given the starting job due to his physical gifts and experience but now the situation is murky. Foles seems to have a great chance to emerge as the week one starter. Fantasy Spin: Looks like you are heading for a disaster by drafting Vick anywhere in the first half of the draft. I would not draft him unless you are getting him as your backup QB. Even then I would not waste a pick on him unless it is probably in the last 3 rounds. Foles also had great chemistry with Maclin and Avant last year. If Foles turns out to be the starter, you may want to take your chances on Maclin in the later rounds. Added Foles' highlights. Click the side arrows!
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true @johnlee, I think both will be getting plenty of play time
@curtisb Yeah it does seem unlikely now because of Vicks past success, but Vick also had a terrible season last year and Foles has an uncanny ability to hit his receivers at the right spots.
do you really think foles will replace vick as week 1 starter? I don't know about that
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Winners and Losers of Week 5
Winners: 1) 49ers - Run Game - Once again the Niners established the run and dominated the line of scrimmage on the offensive end. They are no longer depending on Kaepernick to make big plays and have wisely run the rock with Gore and Hyde to beat up their opponents. 2) Giants - Defense - It looks like the Giants defense is back and this team is starting to once again resemble the Giants of old where their pass rush and power run game dominated opponents. 3) The Cowboys - Dez Bryant - The Cowboys once again utilized the power run game with Demarco Murray but the big highlight of the night was Dez Bryant's amazing catch that set up the win for the Cowboys. Yes the Cowboys need the run game established, but if they want to win these close matchups they will need Dez to step up and he certainly did Sunday. Losers: 1) Eagles - Secondary - Although the Eagles won their game against the Buccaneers, they are being exposed every week in the secondary where they give up huge play after huge play. It's only a matter of time before their inept secondary costs them close games. 2) Jets - QB Situation - The QB situation in New York is a mess and this is a perfect example of why you need a franchise QB. Geno Smith is not the answer and look for the to go after a QB this draft. 3) Bears - Mistakes - The Bears defense is not as good as most people probably remember and it certainly doesn't help that they make a ton of boneheaded mistakes and turnovers. They can't afford to make these mistakes - certainly in their division.
How can you diagnose pain?
Your healthcare professional will perform a physical exam and ask questions if you are seeking medical attention for pain. You should be able to describe your pain, including its origin, intensity, duration, and severity. You may also be asked by your doctor: How pain can impact your life If you have any other symptoms If there are triggers that make it worse, If you have any medical conditions, please let us know. If you have suffered any recent injuries, illnesses If you have recently made changes to your exercise or diet regimen, If you are taking medication or supplements Your doctor may order the following tests depending on your symptoms and your medical history to determine the cause of your pain. To check for infection, blood tests, stool tests or cerebral spinal fluid tests are all available. Endoscopy is used to examine your reproductive, gastrointestinal, and respiratory tracts for damage. X-rays, CT scans, MRI scans or ultrasound scans can be used to determine if there are any signs of damage to your muscles, ligaments or bones. To collect tissue for analysis, biopsy Nerve function tests to find out how your nerves work Psychological tests are used to detect depression. Functional pain syndromes are those where there is no evidence of underlying disease. After other possible causes have been ruled out, these syndromes can be diagnosed based only on the symptoms. How can pain be treated? The cause of pain, if any, must be addressed. Once the cause of acute pain has been addressed or eliminated, it will usually go away. Chronic pain, particularly if it is from an unknown cause, can be more difficult and costly to manage. You might experience pain from an injury. It might heal on its own or you may need medication, surgery or other medical attention. An infection can cause pain that doesn't go away on its own, or it may require medication or other treatment. Your doctor may prescribe medication, surgery or other treatments to treat chronic conditions such as arthritis, cancer, and chronic migraines. The healthcare professional may also recommend pain relief treatments. They might recommend or prescribe: Over-the-counter pain relief medications, such as aspirin, acetaminophen or ibuprofen, are available. Prescription anti-inflammatory drugs such as corticosteroids and certain COX-2 inhibitors are available. Opioid medications may be prescribed to relieve acute pain after surgery or injury. Antidepressant and anti-seizure medication may be prescribed to treat certain types of functional pain syndromes or neuropathic pain. Physical therapy can be used to relieve pain from injuries, multiple sclerosis or other health conditions. Occupational therapy can help you adapt your daily activities to reduce pain. Your doctor might also recommend complementary therapies such as: Biofeedback is a method where a therapist uses electronic devices in order to teach you how to control your body functions, such as breathing. Acupressure or acupuncture, where a practitioner stimulates pressure points on the body to relieve chronic pain. Massage is a technique in which the therapist massages muscles and other soft tissues to relieve tension and pain. Meditation is a way to relax and release tension and stress through meditation Tai chi and yoga combine gentle movements with deep breathing to stimulate the muscles and relieve tension. Progressive muscle relaxation is a method of consciously relaxing different muscle groups and promoting relaxation. Guided imagery allows you to visualize calming images through guided imagery Your doctor might also suggest lifestyle changes or home remedies that can help you manage your pain. They might suggest that you: Apply a cold pack wrapped in a towel to reduce inflammation and swelling from injuries or chronic conditions like arthritis. Warm baths or heating pads can be used to relieve stiffness, soreness or cramps. Avoid or limit certain triggers or activities that can make your pain worse. Take steps to reduce stress and make it less stressful Regular gentle exercise Get enough sleep Lose weight Follow the RICE general rule for minor injuries that do not require medical attention. The injured area can be treated Apply a towel-wrapped cold or ice pack to the area. Ice it for between 10 and 20 minutes. Apply pressure to the area. Wrap it in an elastic bandage that provides support but is not too tight that it causes numbness. Lift the area that is injured above your heart
The slow death of the fan forum
Way back before the web turned into the behemoth it presently is, football fanzines were the objective for fan remark and conversation. Back during the 1990s, Football Forums started to succeed and develop, with very much run autonomous locales viably supplanting fanzines in the mind of football fans hoping to impart their insights and talk about their clubs with their kindred fans. Yet, a look at fan discussions nowadays (and the fan forums for my own club, Gillingham FC, specifically) recommends things are particularly on the wind down. The football gathering is gradually vanishing, and it’s bit by bit being supplanted by web-based media. Before we shut it down last year the Gills365 Forum was performing unequivocally contrasted with different Gills forums out there, yet it was as yet in consistent decay contrasted with past seasons as far as the volume, profundity and level of conversation. Taking a gander at different discussions apparently to be a comparative story, with just a modest bunch of clients — and sometimes only a few — giving the main part of the movement on the loads up. Also, the actual club shut down their discussions subsequent to letting what was before a flourishing local area separate and vanish through an absence of consideration. 10 years prior certain Gills discussions would handily pull in more than 200–300 posts each week. A little while these days you could separate that number by 10. The justification for this can be found in the manner individuals utilize the web to impart nowadays. Forums may have been the go-to places for all football visits and discussion, thinking back to the 1990s and mid 2000s, however we now live in the realm of web-based media, and the conversation has moved to organizations like Facebook and Twitter. Facebook bunches permit a comparable assemblage of fans on an objective page, however with an all around perceived stage and without the requirement for any kind of specialized nous. Setting up a gathering page is simple, and on the off chance that you can get individuals you need onto it routinely, you’ll have a hive of conversation and action in two or three weeks. Then, at that point there’s Twitter. It’s my online media outlet of decision, and is significantly more prompt and live than Facebook. Twitter dominates during live occasions, as fans can in a flash share their interpretation of occasions, as they occur, and continuously. It’s something we exploited effectively on Gills365, which was the principal Gills outlet anyplace to accept online media. Our #gills365 hashtag demonstrated tremendously well known during matches specifically, with fans at the ground tweeting their updates adding #gills365 to their tweets to allow ousted allies to finish the activity with a totaled feed of the multitude of inhabitant fans’ updates. All the more as of late fans have begun making their own networks on Facebook, and there are several very much upheld conversation bunches on Facebook where individuals can impart their perspectives to individual fans. The two stages have a lot to bring to the table. Facebook offers all the more a local area building angle, though Twitter is considerably more ‘at the time’. The development in prominence of both has implied football fans have floated towards them, as opposed to fan gatherings, for their football conversations. Twitter permits fans the chance to peruse and react straightforwardly to writers, media sources and even players themselves, and has given an additional measurement to the game as those columnists and players who decide to do so assist with narrowing the hole between the expert game and its fans. With Facebook offering suitable, free, options in contrast to gatherings, and Twitter offering the capacity to remark and impart insights live and continuously, the time of the fan discussion would seem to have passed.
Rankings for 2013 of Currently Active Quarterbacks Drafted #1 Overall
There are 10 quarterbacks who are still active in the NFL today that were taken as the overall # 1 pick in their respective drafts. These are my projected rankings for this year (based on last year + 2013 projection). Please comment with your own lists or whether you agree/disagree with mine. 1. Peyton Manning (Denver Broncos) - The oldest member of this group, he proved many doubters wrong last year by putting up another excellent season. I expect this to carry on into this year unless his body fails him. I expect a 4500+ yards, 35 TD, 10 INT season. Now this is where things get tricky. I had a lot of difficulty choosing from 2 to 7. But here is my opinion. 2. Andrew Luck (Indianapolis Colts) - Sometimes the NFL seems unfair. The Colts first had Peyton Manning and now they have Andrew Luck who showed last year that he was deserving of the #1 overall pick. Last year's offensive coordinator Bruce Arians has left for Arizona and we'll see this year if that has a major impact on Luck's production. However I think Luck's intelligence of the game and physical skill set will allow him to continue last seasons successful campaign. I think he'll improve on last years 54.1% completion percentage, especially with the addition of Ahmad Bradshaw who instantly upgrades the Colts backfield and pass protection. I expect a 4500 yard, 25 TD, 15INT, 5 Rushing TD season this year. 3. Eli Manning (New York Giants) - Probably the most steady QB, he has consistently put up at least 26 TDs and ~4000 yards for the past 4 seasons. I think the loss of Bradshaw may cause the Giants to pass more, but I'm worried about sophomore running back David Wilson's pass protection. The loss of Martellus Bennett doesn't help either, but they signed Brandon Myers who is no slouch himself. With Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks both in contract years (at least for now), I think Manning may be in line for another 4000 yards 30 TD 15 INT campaign this season. 4. Matthew Stafford (Detroit Lions) - Last year was a disaster for Stafford. You can't post a 20/17 TD/INT ratio when you have the game's best wide receiver in Calvin Johnson. To be fair, every team in the NFL was double teaming him almost every play because the Lions didn't have another threat. I expect new acquisition Reggie Bush to play a major role in the Lions aerial attack either from the backfield or maybe even in the slot to put the pressure on the defense. Nate Burleson and Brandon Pettigrew must also step up this year and I expect a more balanced offensive attack with Mikel Leshoure and Bush sharing carries from the backfield. I say Stafford is in line for a 4500 yard, 28 TD, 16 INT season. 5. Carson Palmer (Arizona Cardinals) - Sleeper Pick! People might think I'm crazy, but Palmer quietly had a nice season last year in Oakland and put up a 4000 yards, 22 TD, 14 INT line with a passer rating of 85 with the Raiders receiving core. Now he has Larry Fitzgerald, Michael Floyd, Andre Roberts, a much improved Cardinals O-line with the return of blindside protector Levi Brown, and Rashard Mendenhall in the backfield. Bruce Arians will find a way to make this offense work and I expect Palmer to have a turn back the clock year with a 4300 yards, 28 TD, 15 INT year. 6. Sam Bradford (St. Louis Rams) - The loss of Steven Jackson hurts but the additions of Tavon Austin and Jared Cook gives Bradford weapons he's never had before. Reports out of camp indicate they are going to use Austin A LOT. The lack of an experienced backfield gives me the feeling the Rams attack will turn aerial this year, and outside receivers Chris Givens and Brian Quick will show this year why they were drafted by the Rams. I expect a breakout year from Bradford with a line of 4000 yards, 25 TD, 12 INT this season. 7. Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers) - It personally pains me to put Newton down this far in the list. I'm a fan of his freakish physical gifts but the guy has no second wide receiver and word out of camp is that the Panthers will run the read-option less frequently this year which will probably put a dent in Cam's rushing numbers. This may help to decrease the high number of fumbles Newton has been suspect to but he needs to prove to me that he can help the Panthers win. His low number of INTs from last year was nice but his pass percentage also decreased. The Panthers still seem to treat his throws with kid gloves showing Cam may not have the football IQ to handle a full NFL throwing playbook. We'll have to see this year. I expect a 3800 yard, 25 TD, 18 INT year with 5 rushing TDs. 8. Alex Smith (Kansas City Chiefs) - I expect Smith to have a sneaky quiet year with the Chiefs. I don't think he'll be asked to do much (just don't lose the game!) but he is familiar with the West Coast offense that Head Coach Andy Reid uses. I expect a lot of screens and swing passes to Jamaal Charles which may help pad Smith's numbers. If Jon Baldwin finally breaks out this year watch out. I predict a 3300 yard, 18 TD, 7 INT year for Smith who will be asked to not turn over the ball at all costs. 9. Michael Vick (Philadelphia Eagles) - I have no faith in Vick to last a full season. Last year was terrible for Vick who finished with 12 TDs and 10 INTs. While Chip Kelly's new offensive system may revive Vick's career, I will remain skeptical and expect him to get hurt sooner or later opening the door for Nick Foles to take over. I expect a 3000 yard, 14 TD, 10 INT year before he goes down to injury. 10. Jamarcus Russell (N/A) - He is making a comeback! Before all the fat jokes come, he has supposedly shed a lot of weight and who doesn't like a come back story? We'll see if he ever gets another chance in the NFL but I am rooting for him. Disagree with my list? Leave a comment! Click the arrows on the side for pictures.
Indian Captain in T20 World Cup And Their Performance.
The first Twenty20 World Cup tournament was held in South Africa in 2007. Mahendra Singh Dhoni was the first Indian Captain in T20 World Cup for the participating team India. Twenty20 International (T20I) is a shortened form of cricket that is played between member countries accredited by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Each team faces twenty overs in this format and is played under the rules of Twenty20 cricket with the highest T20 standard. The format was introduced in 2005 and T20I status was applicable only to fully accredited member's teams and some associate member countries. The ICC announced the granting of T20 International playing status to all its 105 member countries with effect from 1 January 2019. The shorter format of cricket was initially introduced to promote and attract more spectators to the domestic level of the game, and it was not intended to play cricket in this format at the international level.Due to the shorter format, It's become very convenient, thrilling, and exciting for the spectators. So in a very short span of time, it became a most popular format of cricket in the world. The first T 20 International was played on 17 February 2005 which was played between Australia and New Zealand in which Australia beat New Zealand. Two years after the first T 20 International match was played, The first ICC World Cup T 20 tournament debut in 2007 was played in South Africa. In this first ICC World T 20 Cup tournament, Mahendra Singh Dhoni was selected as the Indian Captain in T20 World Cup 2007, which he accomplished very successfully and make Team India the champions of this first T20 World Cup tournament in history. And since then many ICC World T 20 Cup tournaments have been organized in various countries and venues. Here is the list of such Indian cricketers and their performance who becomes the Indian Captain in T20 World Cup tournaments, which is being given as follows. MS Dhoni was the Indian Captain in T20 World Cup 2016: The 2016 T20 World Cup was held in India from March 08 to April 03, in which 16 teams from around the world participated. In this tournament, India played a total of five matches and grabbed the spot for the semi-finals, and lost to West Indies in the semi-finals. Following is a brief description of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's performance in all five matches. 1. The 13th of this tournament and India's first match were played against New Zealand in Group 2 of Super 10 at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur on 15 March 2016. MS Dhoni scored 30 runs in 30 balls with the help of one four and one six in his innings. In this match, he caught two catches and helped to crack out two wickets of New Zealand. 2. The 19th of this tournament and India's 2nd match were played against Pakistan in Group 2 of Super 10 at Eden Gardens, Kolkata on 19 March 2016. MS Dhoni scored 13 runs in 09 balls with the help of a six in his innings.In this match, he caught two catches and helped to crack out two wickets of Pakistan. 3. The 25th of this tournament and India's 3rd match were played against Bangladesh in Group 2 of Super 10 at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru on 23 March 2016. Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored unbeaten 13 runs in 12 balls with the help of one-four in his innings. In this match, he caught two catches and helped to crack out two wickets of Bangladesh. 4. The 31st of this tournament and India's 4th match were played against Australia in Group 2 of Super 10 at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali on 27 March 2016. Dhoni has scored 18 runs in 10 balls with the help of three fours after remaining unbeaten in his innings. In this match, he made three dismissals and helped to crack out three wickets of Australia. 5. The second semi-final of this tournament and India's 5th match was played against West Indies at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai on 31 March 2016. He has scored 15 runs in 09 balls with the help of one-four after remaining unbeaten in his innings. In this match, he lostthe toss against West Indies. MS Dhoni was the Indian Captain in T20 World Cup 2014: The 2014 T20 World Cup was held in Bangladesh from 16 March to 06 April, in which 16 teams from around the world participated. In this tournament, India played a total of six matches and grabbed the spot for the Finals, and lost to Sri Lanka in the Final. Following is a brief description of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's performance in all six matches. 1. The 13th of this tournament and India's first match were played against Pakistan in Group 2 of Super 10 at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka on 21 March 2014.In this match. MS Dhoni could not get a chance to bat in this match. In this match, MS Dhoni won both the toss and the match. 2. The 17th of this tournament and India's 2nd match was played against West Indies in Group 2 of Super 10 at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka on 23 March 2014. MS Dhoni did not get a chance to bat in this match as well, In this match, MS Dhoni won both the toss and the match. In this match, he made two dismissals and helped to crack out two wickets of the West Indies. 3. The 24th of this tournament and India's 3rd match was played against Bangladesh in Group 2 of Super 10 at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka on 28 March 2014. He has scored 22 runs in 12 balls with the help of one-four and two sixes after remaining unbeaten. In this match, he made two dismissals and helped to crack out two wickets of Bangladesh. 4. The 28th of this tournament and India's 4rth match was played against Australia in Group 2 of Super 10 at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka on 30 March 2014. MS Dhoni scored 24 runs in 20 balls with the help of one-four and one-six in his innings. In this match, he made two dismissals and helped to crack out two wickets of Australia. 5. The second semi-final of this tournament and India's 5th match was played against South Africa at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka on 04 April 2014. Dhoni scored no runs after facing just only one ball after remaining not out in his innings. In this match, he made one dismissal and helped to crack out one wicket of South Africa. 6. The Final of this tournament and India's 6th match was played against Sri Lanka at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka on 06 April 2014. Mahendra Singh Dhoni has scored 04 runs after facing just 07 balls after remaining unbeaten. In this match, he made one dismissal and helped to crack out one wicket of Sri Lanka. MS Doni was the Indian Captain in T20 World Cup 2012: The 2012 T20 World Cup was held in Sri Lanka from 18 September to 07 October, in which 12 teams from around the world participated.In this tournament, India played a total of five matches and could only reach the spot of Super 8 of Group 2.Following is a brief description of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's performance in all five matches. 1. The 3rd of this tournament and India's 1st match was played against Afghanistan in Group A at R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo on 19 September 2012. MS Dhoni scored 18runs in 09 balls with the help of two fours and one six after remaining unbeaten in his innings. In this match, he made one dismissal and helped to crack out one wicket of Bangladesh. 2. The 10th of this tournament and India's 2nd match was played against England in Group A at R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo on 23 September 2012. Dhoni has scored 09 runs in 08 balls with the help of one-four. In this match, he made one dismissal and helped to crack out one wicket of England. 3. The 16th of this tournament and India's 3rd match was played against Australia in Group 2 of Super 8 at R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo on 23 September 2012. MS Dhoni scored 15 runs in 21 balls with the help of two fours in his innings. In this match, Dhoni had to face defeat in both the toss and the match. 4. The 20th of this tournament and India's 4th match was played against Pakistan in Group 2 of Super 8 at R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo on 30 September 2012. MS Dhoni could not get a chance to bat in this match. In this match, he made four dismissals and helped to crack out four wickets of Pakistan. 5. The 24th of this tournament and India's 5th match was played against South Africa in Group 2 of Super 8 at R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo on 02 October 2012. Dhoni has scored 23 runs in 13 balls with the help of three fours in his innings. In this match, Dhoni had to face defeat in the toss but won the match. MS Dhoni was the Indian Captain in T20 World Cup 2010: The 2010 T20 World Cup Tournament was held at West Indies from 01 May to 15 May, There are 12 teams from around the world who participated in this tournament. In this tournament, India played a total of five matches and could only reach the spot of Super 8 of Group C. Following is a brief description of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's performance in all five matches. 1. The 3rd of the tournament's and India's 1st match was played against Afghanistan in Group C at Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St Lucia on 01 May 2010. MS Dhoni scored 15 runs in 06 balls with the help of two sixes after remaining unbeaten in his innings. In this match, he made five dismissals and helped to crack out five wickets of Afghanistan. 2. The 5th of the tournament's and India's 2nd match was played against South Africa in Group C at Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St Lucia on 02 May 2010.In this match, MS Dhoni scored 16 runs in 06 balls with the help of one four and one six after remaining unbeaten. 3. The 15th of the tournament and India's 3rd match was played against Australia in Group F of Super 8 at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados on 07 May 2010. In this match, MS Dhoni scored 02 runs in 08 balls, he made three dismissals and helped to crack out three wickets of Australia. 4. The 19th of the tournament and India's 4th match was played against West Indies in Group F of Super 8 at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados on 09 May 2010. MS Dhoni scored 29 runs in 18 balls with the help of two fours and two sixes in his innings. In this match, he also made one dismissal and helped to crack out one wicket of the West Indies. 5. The 23rd of the tournament and India's 5th match was played against Sri Lanka in Group F of Super 8 at Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, St Lucia on 11 May 2010. In this match, MS Dhoni scored 23 runs in 19 balls with the help of one-six after remaining unbeaten. MS Dhoni was the Indian Captain in T20 World Cup 2009: The 2009 T20 World Cup Tournament was held in England from 05 June to 21 June, There are 12 teams from around the world who are participated in this tournament. In this tournament, India played a total of five matches and could only reach the spot of Super 8 of Group E. Following is a brief description of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's performance in all five matches. 1. The 4th of the tournament's and India's 1st match was played against Bangladesh in Group A at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on 06 June 2009.Mahendra Singh Dhoni has scored 26 runs in 21 balls with the help of one-six in his innings. In this match, he also made two dismissals and helped to crack out two wickets of Bangladesh. 2. The 12th of the tournament's and India's 2nd match was played against Ireland in Group A at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on 10 June 2009. He has scored 14 runs in 13 balls with the help of one-four in his innings. In this match, he also made two dismissals and helped to crack out two wickets of Ireland. 3. The 16th of the tournament's and India's 3rd match was played against West Indies in Group E of Super 8 teams at Lord's, London on 12 June 2009. In this match, MS Dhoni scored 11 runs. 4. The 20th match of the tournament and India's 4th match was played against England in Group E of Super 8 teams at Lord's, London on 14 June 2009. In this match, MS Dhoni scored 30 runs in 20 balls with the help of three fours after remaining unbeaten. 5. The 24th match of the tournament and India's 5th match was played against South Africa in Group E of Super 8 teams at Lord's, London on 16 June 2009. In this match, MS Dhoni scored 05 runs in 12 balls, he made one dismissal and helped to crack out one wicket of South Africa. MS Dhoni was the Indian Captain in T20 World Cup 2007: T20 World Cup tournament debuts in the year of 2007 were held in South Africa from 12 to 24 September, There were 12 teams from around the world who are participated in this tournament. India played a total of seven matches in this tournament and became the first world champions of the T20 World Cup debut tournament. To read the complete article, kindly click here...
NFL Dads Tackle Hair Styling In This Pantene Campaign.
Every year, major sponsors shell out some serious cash to grab our attention during the Super Bowl, by far the largest single sporting event of the year. They enlist A-List celebrities, bust out the CGI, and have the ability to transform a typical 30-second spot into a minute long movie of epic proportions. However, if there's one thing that these companies can learn from haircare brand Pantene this year, it's that turning on America's feels doesn't have to be that complicated - just bring in the adorableness of some NFL kids! Pantene's 'Dad-Do' Super Bowl campaign features a number of popular NFL fathers taking a stab at styling their daughters' hair with Pantene products. Like you could probably guess, they definitely struggle through it, but with some adorable encouragement from their daughters, the results are very much 'aww'-worthy. (My personal favorite is pictured above: DeAngelo Williams of the Pittsburgh Steelers versus his daughter Rhiya's braids and bows.) Benjamin Watson, tight end for the New Orleans Saints, displayed some pigtail game earning an impressed high five from his daughter, Grace. (He tried to argue that bigger hands make it hard for athletes to style hair, but he didn't do too bad for a first-timer!) The Dallas Cowboys' Jason Witten's adorable daughter Landry was SUPPOSED to get a braided ballerina bun, but let's just say there were some complications on the way. (Hey, if there's anything the Cowboys learned this season, it's that you can't win 'em all!) Click the video above for a look at the finished 30-second Super Bowl ad, or visit Pantene's official YouTube Channel to watch the full styling videos from each athlete. So how do you think they did? Was this concept just as adorable to you as it was to me? Let me know in the comments below and for more trending videos from across the web, follow my YouTube Nation collection!