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Brett Favre leads the NFL Hall of Fame class for 2016. Favre was voted in on the first ballot, and becomes the 24th Green Bay Packer to be selected. The Chicago Bears lead all teams with 27 players enshrined. The class of 2016 will enshrine eight people that includes one owner, one coach, two quarterbacks (including Favre), a wide receiver, two offensive lineman, and one defensive player.
The late Ken Stabler joins Favre at the quarterback position. Stabler known as the "Snake" passed away last July from cancer. He led the Oakland Raiders to the Lombardi Trophy in 1977. Owner Edward DeBartolo Jr will also be enshrined for his contributions to the NFL. Tony Dungy became the first African-American to win a Super Bowl. Marvin Harrison still holds the single season reception record of 143 and was a member of Dungy's Super Bowl winning team. Orlando Pace was a giant among men on the offensive line and is joined by the late Dick Stanfel who played for the Detroit Lions. With Stanfel being elected to the Hall of Fame, Packer fans may be shaking their head wondering why the great Jerry Kramer still has not received his validation. Finally, the lone defensive player elected was Kevin Greene. Greene recorded 160 sacks while playing for four teams. He started his career in 1985 with the Los Angeles Rams and ended his 15 year career in Carolina.
Lamont Banks, Cliff Stewart, and Lisa Stewart of the Colorado exoneration firm A Just Cause, discuss what happens when the wheels of justice trample unbridled over the rights of innocent Americans.
Although the American system of justice is the most-respected worldwide, it is still a system designed, and operated, by humans, which means it's not perfect. Lamont, Cliff and Lisa will highlight ongoing struggles against "the system" to free wrongfully imprisoned people, and what happens when justice miscarries against an actually innocent person.
A Just Cause is currently campaigning for "FreeTheIRP6," who's been wrongly imprisoned in Florence, CO, by a corrupt US District Court Judge Christine Arguello for a crime they didn't commit. Read full story: www.freetheirp6.org.
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The most valuable person of Super Bowl 50 may have been Wade Phillips. The Denver Broncos entered Super Bowl 50 with the number ranked unit in the NFL. The Carolina Panthers had scored 80 points in their two playoff games and had the leagues MVP running the offense. Phillips devised an aggressive game plan the pressured Newton and forced four Panther turnovers. Two Newton fumbles led to both Bronco touchdowns.
Peyton Manning came out of the gates looking like the Manning of old, leading the Broncos to an opening drive field goal. Manning completed four of six passes for 47 yards on the 10 play drive. After trading punts, the Panthers started their second drive at their own 15. On thrid down Von Miller broke the edge and instead of crushing Newton he stripped the ball. The ball was recovered in the end zone by Malik Jackson and the Broncos took a 10-0 lead. Prior to the touchdown, Newton found Jerricho Cotchery over the middle but the play was ruled incomplete after replay upheld the call.
Early in the second quarter James Stewart vaulted into the end zone from one yard out that made the score 10-7. Jordan Norwood broke a Super Bowl record with a 61-yard punt return that gave the Broncos a first down at the Carolina 14-yard line. The Panthers defense stood tall and held the Broncos to a field goal, which made the score 13-7.
Both teams added a field goal in the second half. With 4:51 remaining and the score 16-10, the Panthers took over on their own 24-yard line. Once again, Von Miller broke the edge and got his hand on the ball as Newton was cocked back and ready to throw. T.J. Ward recoverd the fumble and set the Broncos up at the Panthers 4-yard line. Josh Norman was called for holding on an incomplete third-down pass that gave the Broncos a first down at the 2-yard line. C.J Anderson bullied his way to the goal line and gave the Broncos a 22-10 lead. The ensuing two-point conversion was good.
Listen to 94 year old Harlem nurse Goldie Brangman and writer Evan Koch as they talk Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr in Harlem. Ms. Brangman gives her first hand account of the lifesaving surgery on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., after he was stabbed by a mentally unstable woman Izola Ware Curry in Harlem, as he autographed copies of his first book in September 1958 in conversation today with Danny Tisdale on The Danny Tisdale Show on Harlem World Radio Podcast.
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The Green Bay Packers had a defense that allowed some yards but found a way to create turnovers and keep opponents out of the end zone. Unfortunately, this Packers defense will be remembered for the breakdown in overtime against Arizona, in the NFC Divisional playoff round. That breakdown led to a first and goal and eventual touchdown by Larry Fitzgerald.
Statistically, the Packers finished 15th in total yards and 12th in points allowed. Julius Peppers found enough gas to have another productive year leading the Packers with 10.5 sacks. As a unit, the Packers tied for seventh in sacks with 43. Clay Matthews was asked to man the middle of the defensive, and still produced 6.5 sacks. Middle linebacker became and issue once again when Sam Barrington went down with injury. Jake Ryan, a fourth round pick, worked his way into the starting lineup.
The Speculative Fiction Cantina: your weekly hypodermic injection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, steampunk, and things weird and wonderful in the world of books and writers. We ask authors the hard questions. You'll hear from writers who bend the rules and drive the narrative. Join S. Evan Townsend on this journey over the rainbow and through the looking glass. And remember to take the red pill.
Today's Guests are Max Salnikov and Allaina Daniels
Double Five: Ten Stories of Speculative Fiction
Tyro Vogel’s Extatica
Infinity (book one of the Xandrian Circle)
More information on these authors and links to their novels is at blog.sevantownsend.com.
The NFL dropped the roman numerals after 49 Super Bowls. Super Bowl 50 will pair future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning against this years potential MVP Cam Newton. Manning has played 17 season in the NFL and this could be his last. Newton was in a horrific car crash last season and is looking for his first Lombardi Trophy.
The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers both used powerful defensive units to get to Super Bowl 50. The Broncos were number one overall in yards allowed and the Panthers were sixth. The Broncos allowed 18.5 points per game whlie the Panthes only allowed 19.2. Both teams pressure the quarterback and force turnovers. The Broncos led the league with 52 sacks and the Panthers registered 44.
Peyton Manning battled injuries and endured the worst statistical year of his career. Cam Newton lost his top receiver in training camp and proceeded to put up career numbers. The Panthers averaged 142.6 yards per game rushing which ranked second. The Broncos identity was to run first, and they averaged 25 rushes per game and 107 rushing yards.
With two dominating defenses, which offense will be able to muster a play to win the game? Will special teams determine the winner? Listen in and call the show with your thoughts.
Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles, Jamie Lowell from Third Coast
Tonight- Updates on Max Lorincz, and the Amsdill family. Interesting development in People v Hartwick. Gov. Snyder attempts to offer a "positive spin" concerning the Flint water crisis on social media, and the cannabis community arranges a water drive and dinner for Flint residents.
Updates on MILegalize and new developments in Detroit
Tonight's guests- Peter Trzos, cannabis activist and Keego Harbor businessman, was in attendance at the Wednesday Feb 3 People v Hartwick trial in Oakland County.
Attorney Bruce Leach of Kirsch Leach and Associates is sponsoring and working with MILegalize to provide a free water and dinner drive in Flint for city residents on Saturday Feb 6. at the Uptown Bar High Noon until 7:00 PM
Jim Powers- Michigan Parents for Compassion co- founder and board member of the ballot group known as MILegalize. And- regular guests and friends of the show attorney Jeff Frazier attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law, attorney Allen Peisner, Eric Gunnels Thetford Twp Trustee and T- Balls.
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