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I’ll be posting the orders of the Point of View zine / Bang Bros & Wardogs (second press - www.clairesterrier.tumblr.com) this week. Keep an eye out for them.

Catch Bang Bros in London on December 28th at the CORNERED/FRUSTRATION date. They will have the rest of the splits with them in a limited festive cover.

Thanks for ordering it. Peace.

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Tom Brady passes Joe Montana for career postseason touchdown passes

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s third touchdown pass against the Baltimore Ravens gives him an NFL postseason record 46 in his career. - 

Joe Montana threw for 45 TDs in his career. Brady tied him with a 5-yard score to Rob Gronkowski in the third quarter. Then the New England Patriots QB broke the mark with a 23-yard, go-ahead score to Brandon LaFell in the fourth.

Brady also connected with Danny Amendola for a 15-yard score in the first half.

Brady’s 46 TD passes have come in 27 postseason games. Montana hit the mark in 23 games for San Francisco and Kansas City.

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Strange Phenomena in Rosenheim, Bavaria 

More well known as the Rosenheim Poltergeist, this infestation of bizarre activity is one of the most well known in Germany. In 1967, strange phenomena began occurring in the office of lawyer Sigmund Adam. Telephones would ring with no one at the other end, photocopiers spilt their ink, and desk drawers would open without being touched. A German paper installed equipment to monitor the phones and in 3 month they recorded over 600 calls to the speaking clock – despite the fact that all of the telephones were unplugged. In one 15 minute period, 46 calls were recorded – a rate that seemed impossible given the mechanical dialing system in place. In October 1967, all light bulbs in the building went out with a huge bang. After installing cameras and voice recorders, investigators were able to discover that the events only took place when 19-year-old Annemarie Schneider (a recently employed secretary) was present. It was claimed that a suspended light would swing violently when Ms Schneider walked beneath it, and the lights would flicker whenever she walked in to the office. When Schneider went on holiday the events stopped. Upon her return, the poltergeist activity returned. Schneider was fired and the problems stopped for good. Pictured above is Schneider beneath the lights that were seen to swing.

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DDN Sports Breaking News: Glazer: Bears hire John Fox, agree to four-year deal

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According to The Denver Post and FOX Sports Jay Glazer :John Fox has officially reached agreement on a four-year contract to become the Chicago Bears’ new head coach, according to an NFL source.

Fox’s new deal with the Bears will help the Broncos financially as it will offset — if not all but cancel out — the remaining two years and approximately $11 million he had left on his contract in Denver. Fox and the Broncos mutually agreed to part ways on Monday.

The hire  may raise eyebrows in Denver. Fox, three weeks shy of his 60th birthday,  had been the Broncos’ head coach the previous four seasons, winning four AFC West Division titles, reaching the second round of the NFL playoffs all four years and posting a regular-season record of 46-18.

However, on the morning of the Broncos’ second-round playoff game last Sunday against Indianapolis, Fox Sports reporter Jay Glazer, a close friend of Fox’s, speculated that if the Broncos lost to the Colts, Fox might become available and would immediately go to the top of many team’s head coach candidates’ list.

He clearly went to the top of the Bears’ list.

On Monday, Fox and Broncos general manager John Elway met for an hour and then announced he was leaving. Meanwhile, Fox told several people he had a strong chance to became the Bears’ head coach.

His connections with the Bears were both through Ernie Accorsi and the New Orleans Saints. When Elway got his first chance to run the Broncos’ football operations in January 2011, he said the person who mentored him most about his new job was Accorsi, a former GM of the Baltimore Colts, Cleveland Browns and New York Giants.

Elway’s first coaching hire? Fox, who was Accorsi’s defensive coordinator from 1997-2001. During that same period, Sean Payton was the Giants’ offensive coordinator. And Glazer was a New York TV reporter who covered the Giants.

Payton became the Saints’ head coach in 2006. Three weeks ago, the Bears fired general manager Phil Emery and head coach Marc Trestman and hired  Accorsi to serve as a consultant for their new GM and coach search. The Bears hired Ryan Pace as their general manager last week. Pace  rose through the Saints’ personnel ranks until he became their director of player of player personnel.

Between Accorsi, Pace, Payton and Glazer, Fox seemingly had the Bears’ job lined up from the moment after the Broncos lost to the Indianapolis Colts 24-13.

This is the second time Accorsi has mentored a new GM through a head coaching search and wound up hiring  Fox.

Connections aside, Fox does seem to be a good  fit for the Bears whose top two stars, former Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler and receiver Brandon Marshall, have the type of controversial personalities that have at times offset their tremendous talent.

Fox has a down-to-earth, folksy coaching staff that usually appeals to players.

FOX Sports Jay Glazer: The Chicago Bears agreed with John Fox to fill their head-coaching vacancy, FOX Sports 1 NFL Insider Jay Glazer reported. The agreement is a four-year deal, per Glazer

Fox spent the past four years as the Broncos head coach (46-18, .719), guiding them to four consecutive playoff berths and a Super Bowl appearance. But after Denver was stunned by the Indianapolis Colts last weekend in their divisional playoff game at home, the team and Fox mutually agreed to part ways.

Fox was the head coach of the Carolina Panthers from 2002-10 (73-71, .507), helping them reach the Super Bowl during the 2003 season.

The Bears hired first-year general manager Ryan Pace last week and he led a furious search for a new head coach. Pace, who was the director of personnel with the Saints, has obvious ties to Sean Payton, who is a big supporter of Fox. 

While Fox consistently built Super Bowl contenders during his time in Denver, VP of football operations John Elway decided it was time to part ways. 

The Bears had a thorough search, interviewing former Bills coach Doug Marrone, Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin, Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn and Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase. 

What’s next for Fox is he must assemble his staff. While Jack Del Rio was hired in Oakland earlier this week, the two AFC West teams could be dueling for assistant coaches. 

The Bears are expected to try to interview Mike Mularkey as offensive coordinator, a source told FOX Sports 1’s NFL insider Mike Garafolo. 

Fox’s number one priority is figuring out the future of quarterback Jay Cutler. Cutler, who signed a seven-year, $127 million deal last offseason, had a woeful season in which he led the league in turnovers. Naturally, Marc Trestman and the entire front office were relieved of their duties. 

Another challenge is rebuilding a defense that finished in the basement in nearly every major defensive category. 

With a roster full of talent, Fox must develop the talent to have them reach their full potential. 

The Denver Post first reported the story

Report: John Fox will interview for Bears head coaching vacancy 

John Fox will interview for the Chicago Bears’ head-coaching vacancy, but he is not locked in for the job, a league source has told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.

Fox, who parted ways with the Denver Broncos on Monday, has some advantages going into the interview.

He is a veteran coach with a winning record and meets much of the criteria the Bears envision in a possible pairing with a first-year general manager Ryan Pace.

Fox coached the Panthers and Broncos to Super Bowls, losing both title games.

He guided the Broncos to four straight playoff seasons during his tenure in Denver and compiled a 46-18 record.

His career head-coaching record with the Broncos and Panthers is 119-89 with a combined playoff record of 8-6.

Pace has some familiarity with Fox through mutual friends, including Saints coach Sean Payton.

Pace worked 13 years in personnel for New Orleans starting in 2002, overlapping in the NFC South with Fox, who coached the Panthers from 2002 to 2010.

The Bears have been impressed with a number of candidates they have interviewed, including Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase and Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin.

Bowles is considered a favorite for the Falcons, Quinn has turned in strong interviews with the Jets, 49ers, Falcons and Bears, and Gase is still alive with the 49ers and Bears, sources said

 

Broncos GM John Elway opens press conference by thanking John Elway

A day after the Denver Broncos and coach John Fox “agreed on a mutual decision to part ways,” the team’s general manager, John Elway, held a press conference Tuesday to address the “mutual decision.” He opened the press conference by thanking … John Elway

Of course, he meant to say “John Fox” — but if you harbor doubts about the mutuality of the Broncos letting Fox go, it does appear to be quite the perfect Freudian slip

See also: How soccer star Francesco Totti’s famous selfie came to be

Perhaps the separation really was “mutual,” but it’s hard not to read that terminology as a face-saving, euphemistic solid done for a coach who compiled a 46-18 record with the Broncos but oversaw two one-and-done playoff exits and a 35-point blowout loss to the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII. Read more…

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Rex Ryan Is Expected To Be Named The New Head Coach Of The Buffalo Bills

I can see I didn’t see this coming. After leaving one job in the AFC East, It appears Rex Ryan is headed for another one. Following a record of (46-50) with the New York Jets, Rex Ryan appears to be closing in on a deal with the Buffalo Bills.

According to ESPN,

The Buffalo Bills are putting the finishing touches on a deal that will make Rex Ryan their next head coach, sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

The hiring of Ryan would complete an extensive coaching search for the Bills, who have interviewed 12 candidates since Doug Marrone opted out of his contract on Dec. 31.

The Bills conducted a second interview with Ryan on Saturday night, sources told ESPN.

The offensive coordinator Ryan is most likely to bring with him to Buffalo is the San Francisco 49ers‘ Greg Roman, a source told ESPN.

The Buffalo Bills currently have one of the best defenses in the NFL so the addition of a defensive guru will only help the Bills and I’m sure the chance to beat the New York Jets twice a year sounds good as well. Do you believe Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills are a good fix? Let us know below and stay tuned to HHS1987 for all your sports news.



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Rex Ryan Is Expected To Be Named The New Head Coach Of The Buffalo Bills

I can see I didn’t see this coming. After leaving one job in the AFC East, It appears Rex Ryan is headed for another one. Following a record of (46-50) with the New York Jets, Rex Ryan appears to be closing in on a deal with the Buffalo Bills.

According to ESPN,

The Buffalo Bills are putting the finishing touches on a deal that will make Rex Ryan their next head coach, sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

The hiring of Ryan would complete an extensive coaching search for the Bills, who have interviewed 12 candidates since Doug Marrone opted out of his contract on Dec. 31.

The Bills conducted a second interview with Ryan on Saturday night, sources told ESPN.

The offensive coordinator Ryan is most likely to bring with him to Buffalo is the San Francisco 49ers‘ Greg Roman, a source told ESPN.

The Buffalo Bills currently have one of the best defenses in the NFL so the addition of a defensive guru will only help the Bills and I’m sure the chance to beat the New York Jets twice a year sounds good as well. Do you believe Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills are a good fix? Let us know below and stay tuned to HHS1987 for all your sports news.



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Rex Ryan Is Expected To Be Named The New Head Coach Of The Buffalo Bills

I can see I didn’t see this coming. After leaving one job in the AFC East, It appears Rex Ryan is headed for another one. Following a record of (46-50) with the New York Jets, Rex Ryan appears to be closing in on a deal with the Buffalo Bills.

According to ESPN,

The Buffalo Bills are putting the finishing touches on a deal that will make Rex Ryan their next head coach, sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

The hiring of Ryan would complete an extensive coaching search for the Bills, who have interviewed 12 candidates since Doug Marrone opted out of his contract on Dec. 31.

The Bills conducted a second interview with Ryan on Saturday night, sources told ESPN.

The offensive coordinator Ryan is most likely to bring with him to Buffalo is the San Francisco 49ers‘ Greg Roman, a source told ESPN.

The Buffalo Bills currently have one of the best defenses in the NFL so the addition of a defensive guru will only help the Bills and I’m sure the chance to beat the New York Jets twice a year sounds good as well. Do you believe Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills are a good fix? Let us know below and stay tuned to HHS1987 for all your sports news.



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Rex Ryan Is Expected To Be Named The New Head Coach Of The Buffalo Bills

I can see I didn’t see this coming. After leaving one job in the AFC East, It appears Rex Ryan is headed for another one. Following a record of (46-50) with the New York Jets, Rex Ryan appears to be closing in on a deal with the Buffalo Bills.

According to ESPN,

The Buffalo Bills are putting the finishing touches on a deal that will make Rex Ryan their next head coach, sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

The hiring of Ryan would complete an extensive coaching search for the Bills, who have interviewed 12 candidates since Doug Marrone opted out of his contract on Dec. 31.

The Bills conducted a second interview with Ryan on Saturday night, sources told ESPN.

The offensive coordinator Ryan is most likely to bring with him to Buffalo is the San Francisco 49ers‘ Greg Roman, a source told ESPN.

The Buffalo Bills currently have one of the best defenses in the NFL so the addition of a defensive guru will only help the Bills and I’m sure the chance to beat the New York Jets twice a year sounds good as well. Do you believe Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills are a good fix? Let us know below and stay tuned to HHS1987 for all your sports news.



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Rex Ryan Is Expected To Be Named The New Head Coach Of The Buffalo Bills

I can see I didn’t see this coming. After leaving one job in the AFC East, It appears Rex Ryan is headed for another one. Following a record of (46-50) with the New York Jets, Rex Ryan appears to be closing in on a deal with the Buffalo Bills.

According to ESPN,

The Buffalo Bills are putting the finishing touches on a deal that will make Rex Ryan their next head coach, sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

The hiring of Ryan would complete an extensive coaching search for the Bills, who have interviewed 12 candidates since Doug Marrone opted out of his contract on Dec. 31.

The Bills conducted a second interview with Ryan on Saturday night, sources told ESPN.

The offensive coordinator Ryan is most likely to bring with him to Buffalo is the San Francisco 49ers‘ Greg Roman, a source told ESPN.

The Buffalo Bills currently have one of the best defenses in the NFL so the addition of a defensive guru will only help the Bills and I’m sure the chance to beat the New York Jets twice a year sounds good as well. Do you believe Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills are a good fix? Let us know below and stay tuned to HHS1987 for all your sports news.



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