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13 May 2013 - 10:24 PM
QuoteMinneapolis, MN (May 13, 2013) - The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority (MSFA), the Minnesota Vikings and HKS Sports & Entertainment Group together unveiled the design of the State’s new multi-purpose stadium Monday evening in Minneapolis, a major milestone in getting the $975 million stadium built on time and on budget. The design package will now be submitted to the Minneapolis Stadium Implementation Committee and the City of Minneapolis for review.
Described as an authentic structure influenced by its Minnesota location, the new stadium exhibits a bold, progressive design that combines efficient functionality with stunning architecture. With a soaring prow, the largest transparent roof in the world, and operable doors that open to the downtown skyline, the facility’s openness and sleek geometric exterior will make it unlike any other stadium in the country.
"The design reflects the true story of the Minnesota community with its international style driven by climatic response and energy conservation,” said Bryan Trubey, design principal, HKS Sports & Entertainment Group. "The interior volume makes it the most versatile, multi-use building in the country with the most advanced digital age technology.”
12 May 2013 - 09:02 PMLol, JK, but soon to be the best PF in the NBA.
CnC appreciated as always.
10 May 2013 - 12:35 PMJust another list. This one is probably a whole lot worse then PFF's. First time seeing an episode last night, and it just so happened to include a Lion! Who i'll admit had no reason to be on there.
08 May 2013 - 03:36 PMA little late, but... Long hair don't care...
Browns are pretty underrated imo.
08 May 2013 - 02:32 PMTop 10 bellow, the rest are on a link. To get a better understanding of the list, read the criteria first.
Quote10. Patrick Willis, LB, San Francisco 49ers (20th)
Best Performance: Week 11 versus Chicago, +5.3
Key Stat: Missed just four tackles all year.
9. Andre Johnson, WR, Houston Texans (Unranked)
Best Performance: Week 11 versus Jacksonville, +5.3
Key Stat: Led the league with 2.82 Yards Per Route Run in 2012.
8. Cameron Wake, DE, Miami Dolphins (16th)
Best Performance: Week 4 at Arizona, +11.3
Key Stat: His 86 quarterback disruptions were the joint most of any defensive player.
7. Peyton Manning, QB, Denver Broncos (Unranked)
Best Performance: Week 10 at Carolina, +7.3
Key Stat: Had the third-highest Accuracy Percentage on deep balls of all quarterbacks in 2012.
6. Evan Mathis, LG, Philadelphia Eagles (18th)
Best Performance: Week 12 versus Carolina, +6.8
Key Stat: Earned a positive grade for his run blocking in all bar one game.
5. Richard Sherman, CB, Seattle Seahawks (99th)
Best Performance: Week 16 versus San Francisco, +5.0
Key Stat: His combined 23 interceptions and pass deflections were the most of any defensive player.
4. Von Miller, OLB, Denver Broncos (12th)
Best Performance: Week 5 at New England, +12.3
Key Stat: Missed only three tackles all year.
3. Geno Atkins, DT, Cincinnati Bengals (19th)
Best Performance: Week 4 at Jacksonville, +9.7
Key Stat: His 78 combined sacks, hits and hurries were 20 more than the next best defensive tackle.
2. Adrian Peterson, RB, Minnesota Vikings (55th)
Best Performance: Week 9 at Seattle, +4.8
Key Stat: Had 1,184 yards on runs that went over 15 yards. The next most was 638.
1. J.J. Watt, DE, Houston Texans (54th)
Best Performance: Week 1 versus Miami, +9.5
Key Stat: The 15 batted passes we credited him with are the most of any player during the PFF era.
Not the worst, but really "meh".