Saturday, February 17, 2018

San Francisco vs. Cleveland Week 2 1970 - Comeback kids?

An amazing second half 49'er comeback was stifled by a late game interception as the 49'ers were on a game winning drive.

After benching Steve Spurrier in the second half, 49'er coach Dick Nolan relied on John Brodie to spark the offense. Down 28-7 at halftime things looked grim.

Cleveland had no answer however for the adjustments the opponent made in the second half and would score no more points.

In the second half the 49'ers shut out Cleveland and put up 19 unanswered points to almost come back and win. A controversial 2 point attempt earlier in the game was the difference as San Francisco dominated time of possession and the running game but careless passes by Spurrier in the first half put them too far behind. The game was punctuated with a Nunley 15 yard fumble recovery that put the 49'ers within 2 with about 2 minutes left. Driving downfield Brodie was almost within field goal range but threw a last second interception.

The 49'ers go into week 3 at 0-2 and the surprising Browns are 2-0 and leading their division.

"We did everything we were supposed to do in this one but protect the ball. I haven't made a decision on next week's starter yet. I was impressed with the running of Cunningham." said San Francisco head coach Dick Nolan.






Friday, February 16, 2018

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Butkus and the Bears stifle the lowly Eagles

Knocked out of the game early Bears QB Jack Concannon may face some controversy after Bobby Douglass came in and played a great game against the hapless Eagles in week 2 of the 1970 season

Looking for a spark the Monsters of the Midway found it in their tough defense and punishing running game as they controlled the ball and blanked the Eagles (now 0-2) 23-0.

Concannon was knocked out in the 3rd quarter and so far this year has 4 INT's and a low rating of 30.5 on the season. Douglass came in and threw TD strikes of 20 and 26 yards. On the day however the Chicago Bear rushing game was bruising, amassing over 180 yards including a 46 yard run by Don Shy.



The Eagles and Bears played a scoreless first half but after adjusting at halftime the Bears went deep and ran up the middle to shred the Eagles. The Bears are now 1-1 after losing in week one 17-10. Eagles coach Jerry Williams will have to take a long look at his paltry QB situation as Norm Snead is only throwing at a 29.6 rating with no TD's and 2 INT's so far.





Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Action PC Football: NY Jets vs. Boston Patriots Week 2 1970

The Jets were looking to recover from a devastating week one loss to Cleveland by a point and took out their anger on the Boston Patriots who came in after getting trounced by Miami. The day looked promising as the Jets stormed out to a 14-7 lead but both defenses were stubborn and Boston tied it at 14 on the running of Jim Nance.


The Jets suffered a horrible blow to their Super Bowl hopes when Namath was injured for the year and carried off on a cart with a leg fracture. A few plays later the ever dependable Matt Snell went down for the season with a twisted knee.

Woodall came in to guide the Jets to a final late touchdown throwing a second TD pass to Maynard who had 101 yards on the day. Snell and Boozer could not seem to get going and the Jets running game was anemic.

The only bright spot for Boston was Nance who had 69 yards rushing and a touchdown.

Jets coach Weeb Ewbank mentioned that with two of his stars out for the year now the rest of the team would have to step up and Boozer would be their main back. He did not comment on a permanent starter to replace Namath in Week 3.



Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Taking out a Pukei Pukei - Monster Hunter World

Pukei-Pukei slightly resembles a chameleon, and its eyes are similar to frogs. It has a pair of wings and is covered in green scales that vary in color throughout its body excluding its underbelly. Its underbelly is covered in white osteoderm-like protrusions. Despite being reptilian in nature, Pukei-Pukei has vibrant feathers around its neck and wings.



Friday, February 2, 2018

What is a Sports Card Box Break?

One of the nice things about buying a team and then missing the break is that a good sports card box breaker will post the results that night. Now I can go back and see what I missed. The way this is done is as below. I had a team in this break and missed it. So I tuned in the next day to see what I got.

A sports card break is a process where you buy a specific team. When all teams are bought by people the boxes are opened and you get all the cards of the team you purchased. Now the important thing to note is the year of the cards you are buying into. Of course the rookies on teams that came into the NFL that year will make those teams MORE expensive because you have a chance of getting super rare cards. For example some teams with no good rookies or shitty players that year may be $9.00 to buy into, but a team like Dallas in 2016 (Ezekiel Elliott rookie for example: http://www.dacardworld.com/singles/2016-panini-flawless-10-dak-prescott-now-and-then-rookie-auto-16-20) may go as high as $79.00 but you have a chance to "hit" on a card that is worth $600.

It is a gambling like situation so make sure you look up the checklist of the set you are buying into to know what you can get. You can find a good source for that here: https://www.beckett.com

Quite fascinating really. The main source of all breaks is a channel that is quite like a collectors Twitch Gaming Channel and it is called Breakers TV. You can find it here:

https://breakers.tv


Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Monster Hunter: World The first victim

The first monster you have to kill in the tutorial is a Greater Jagras. I had issues with this one the first time I tried it because I didnt get a damn thing that was going on. I made a new character and paid attention and since I play Dark Souls and Bloodborne I learned the evading very fast. I managed to find him this time and take him out. The camera is a little wonky in this game that is my only complaint so far. As far as content goes this game has more for 60 bucks than all of some recently released titles PLUS their DLC (I'M LOOKING AT YOU DESTINY 2)



Action PC Football Replays: Cin vs. Oak and Pitt vs. Hou Week 1 1970

Two more replay results. One I did not play and auto simmed and one I did play and lost. The auto simmed game was very interesting. It featured one of the worst offensive outputs yet in the first week from the Bengals.

Take a look at the offensive drives in this game and the Bengals team stats. They were 1-14 on 3rd downs. Let that sink in.


The next game I played the pre 1974 good Steelers and just could not  move the ball. I played admirably on defense but I could not score to save my life. I ended up losing 13-7 and a missed field goal and several Bradshaw interceptions that did me in. At one point I was in position to win this game but the fates would not allow it.



Saturday, January 20, 2018

Action PC Football: 1970 Replay Week 1 Dolphins vs. Patriots

Watch as I coach the Miami Dolphins against the then Boston Patriots in a total blowout....for which team? Find out. Watch here and also watch on my TwitchTV channel: https://www.twitch.tv/gamerhudson


 

Monday, January 15, 2018

Action PC Football 1970 League Replay

Got my Action PC Football up to date and, along with a new Instagram account covering players from the 1970's (located here: https://www.instagram.com/1970sfootball) I am replaying the entire season but with 16 games. I am only playing a few teams manually each week. I started week one by playing the Jets against the Browns and the Jets lost a heartbreaker due to a pass interference call and two missed Jim Turner field goals. I then played Minnesota and got stomped as Len Dawson passed all over my defense. The Purple People Eaters had a good day up front though.

If you want to see the full Jets game replay see the YouTube video below. Also in this post is a picture of the final stats. Snell had quite the day.


Janerrus Homebrew adventure: Return to Town

I got nailed with the flu and that has taken me offline for about a week for D&D and streaming. But last Tuesday I managed to prop myself up enough before the flu really set in to play the next round of the Janerrus Home Brew my friend made. This is mostly a return to town, RP session and I still have to level up my characters. So this video isn't the most exciting of things to watch but you can get a sense of how much had to be done once I returned to town with all 4 of my characters.