The delegation of the B&H Football Association, made up of President Elvdein Begić, Vice-Presidents Darko Ljubojević and Ivan Beus, General Secretary Jasmin Baković, Secretary of the coaching staff Elmir Pilav, Manager Adnan Džemidžić and Spokesperson Slavica Pecikoza, participated at FIFA’s seminar yesterday on occasion of today’s lottery draw for the World Cup in the Brazilian city of Costa do Sauipeu. Some of the topics they spoke about are procedures for the lottery, team bases, transport, etc.The seminar began with a film on the host country, and the President of FIFA Sepp Blatter opened the seminar.In his introduction speech, Blatter singled out the B&H team as a debut and congratulated them for placement to the World Cup, and told a short story about the B&H team: ‘’One month ago I was in Sarajevo as part of the manifestation of the International League of Humanists, of which I am a member. Then, the B&H team had still not qualified for the World Cup, but you all know that there are three religions over there that football united’’, announced from the B&H Football Association.(Source: Fena)
The Coordination Commission of the European Olympic Committee (EOK) visited the cities of Sarajevo and East Sarajevo, organizers of the Winter Youth Olympics (EYOF) 2017 and determined the condition of the venues and other infrastructure that is necessary for the competition.Manager of EYOF u EOK Katerina Nycova and member of EOK Commission for EYOF Jozef Liba spent two days in these cities and judging by the statements that they gave at today’s press conference, they are satisfied with the work that has been done.‘’Progress is visible in the facilities that we visited. We were here before. This is our third visit and we can say that we are satisfied with what has been done. In the coming period Sarajevo and East Sarajevo have much more to do, but I believe that everything will go according to plan and that you will have a great Youth Olympics’’, said Liba.Nycova spoke of the good cooperation of EOK and the Coordination Commission of EYOF 2017, with the General Director Samir Avdić at the head.
National football team of BiH had their first training in Zurich, where they are preparing for friendly match against Switzerland.After they arrived in Zurich, where they were welcomed by two fans from Germany, the national football team of BiH had their first training in this city.All the players attended the training and no one has a problem with injuries, and there were also about 200 BiH fans around the terrain of the sports complex Heerenschürli.National team of our country will play against the Switzerland on Tuesday at the Letzigrund stadium in Zurich, and the match will start at 8:30 pm.(VIDEO)(Source: O. T./Klix.ba)
The BiH national team player Miralem Pjanić sent a concerning signal to Roma after stating that “if some club is genuinely interested, an agreement can be reached fast and easy”.The midfielder scored a nice goal from the free kick for Bosnia and Herzegovina in the match against Luxembourg. After the match, he was asked about the alleged transfer from Roma, Football Italia reported.“I am happy in Roma. Rumors are often heard in football, I am used to it and I have learned how to live with it. If a club is really interested, agreement can be made easily,” Pjanić said.Manchester United, Real Madrid, Chelsea, Bayern München, Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona all expressed interest in Pjanić.Pjanić is under the contract with Roma until June 2018. The value of this player is estimated to 35 million EUR at least.(Source: radiosarajevo.ba)
The best BH tennis player Damir Dzumhur will play against Argentinian Nicolas Kicker in the first round of Roland Garros.Dzumhur is currently on the 96th place, and his opponent will be a twenty-four-year-old Kicker, who is on the 94th place on the ATP list.It will be their first encounter on a single tournament, and the winner will play better against the match between thirty-one-year-old Spanish Champion Pablo Cuevas (23rd ATP).(Source: klix)
Chicago Blackhawks at Vegas Golden Knights10:00 p.m.Nov. 20Washington Capitals at New York Rangers8:00 p.m.Nov. 27Philadelphia Flyers at Columbus Blue Jackets7:00 p.m.Dec. 4St. Louis Blues at Pittsburgh Penguins8:00 p.m.Dec. 11Boston Bruins at Washington Capitals7:00 p.m. MORE: Hughes, Kakko lead top 50 players in NHL pipelines for 2019-20 San Jose Sharks at Vegas Golden Knights10:30 p.m.Oct. 9New Jersey Devils at Philadelphia Flyers7:30 p.m. Calgary Flames at Los Angeles Kings10:00 p.m.Feb. 19New York Rangers at Chicago Blackhawks8:00 p.m.Feb. 26Buffalo Sabres at Colorado Avalanche8:00 p.m. Arizona Coyotes at Vegas Golden Knights10:30 p.m.Apr. 1Philadelphia Flyers at New York Rangers7:30 p.m. Pittsburgh Penguins at Los Angeles Kings10:30 p.m.Mar. 4Philadelphia Flyers at Washington Capitals7:00 p.m. Philadelphia Flyers at Edmonton Oilers9:30 p.m.Oct. 23Pittsburgh Penguins at Tampa Bay Lightning8:00 p.m.Oct. 30Minnesota Wild at St. Louis Blues8:00 p.m.Nov. 6Detroit Red Wings at New York Rangers8:00 p.m.Nov. 13Washington Capitals at Philadelphia Flyers7:30 p.m. San Jose Sharks at Edmonton Oilers9:30 p.m.Sun. Feb. 9Colorado Avalanche at Minnesota Wild7:30 p.m.Mon., Feb. 10Tampa Bay Lightning at Columbus Blue Jackets7:00 p.m.Tues., Feb. 11Philadelphia Flyers at New York Islanders7:00 p.m.Thurs., Feb. 13Philadelphia Flyers at Florida Panthers7:00 p.m.Sun., Feb. 16 St. Louis Blues at Nashville Predators6:00 p.m.Tues., Feb. 18Toronto Maple Leafs at Pittsburgh Penguins7:00 p.m.Sun., Feb. 23St. Louis Blues at Minnesota Wild7:30 p.m. Nashville Predators at Colorado Avalanche9:30 p.m. The NHL season is here and while fans are salivating at the thought of puck drop and their team hoisting the Stanley Cup come June, NBC has teased their taste buds with its national television schedule.A 109-game slate showcases some of the top talent in the NHL, including the first regular-season matchup between the top two players selected in the 2019 NHL draft — the Devils’ Jack Hughes and the Rangers’ Kaapo Kakko — on Oct. 17. Nine days later it’ll be a rematch of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final when the Blues head to Boston; St. Louis will also raise its banner on Oct. 2 on NBCSN. Los Angeles Kings at Vancouver Canucks10:00 p.m.Oct. 16Colorado Avalanche at Pittsburgh Penguins7:00 p.m. Tampa Bay Lightning at Los Angeles Kings10:00 p.m.Feb. 5Boston Bruins at Chicago Blackhawks8:00 p.m.Feb. 12Montreal Canadiens at Boston Bruins7:30 p.m. Anaheim Ducks at Colorado Avalanche9:30 p.m.Mar. 11San Jose Sharks at Chicago Blackhawks8:00 p.m.Mar. 18Pittsburgh Penguins at New York Rangers7:30 p.m. Dallas Stars at Los Angeles Kings10:00 p.m.Jan. 15Philadelphia Flyers at St. Louis Blues8:00 p.m.Jan. 22Detroit Red Wings at Minnesota Wild8:00 p.m.Jan. 29Nashville Predators at Washington Capitals7:30 p.m. Nashville Predators at Anaheim Ducks10:00 p.m.Mon., Jan. 6Edmonton Oilers at Toronto Maple Leafs7:00 p.m.Tues., Jan. 7Colorado Avalanche at New York Rangers7:30 p.m.Thurs., Jan. 9Nashville Predators at Chicago Blackhawks8:30 p.m.Tues., Jan. 14Minnesota Wild at Pittsburgh Penguins7:00 p.m.Thurs., Jan. 16Tampa Bay Lightning at Minnesota Wild8:00 p.m.Tues., Jan. 21Pittsburgh Penguins at Philadelphia Flyers7:30 p.m.Fri., Jan. 24NHL All-Star Skills Competition8:00 p.m.Mon., Jan. 27Tampa Bay Lightning at Dallas Stars8:00 p.m.Thurs., Jan. 30Nashville Predators at New Jersey Devils7:30 p.m.Mon., Feb. 3Philadelphia Flyers at Detroit Red Wings7:30 p.m.Tues., Feb. 4Chicago Blackhawks at Minnesota Wild8:00 p.m.Thurs., Feb. 6Detroit Red Wings at Buffalo Sabres7:00 p.m. Dallas Stars at Anaheim Ducks10:00 p.m.MORE: Complete list of all 31 teams’ UFA, RFA players’NHL on NBC’ scheduleDateMatchupTime (ET)Nov. 29N.Y. Rangers at Boston Bruins1:00 p.m.Jan. 1Nashville Predators at Dallas Stars (Winter Classic) 1:00 p.m.Jan. 19Boston Bruins at Pittsburgh Penguins12:30 p.m.Jan. 25NHL All-Star Game8:00 p.m.Feb. 2Pittsburgh Penguins at Washington Capitals12:30 p.m.Feb. 9Boston Bruins at Detroit Red Wings12:30 p.m.Feb. 15Los Angeles Kings at Colorado Avalanche (Stadium Series)8:00 p.m.Feb. 16Detroit Red Wings at Pittsburgh Penguins12:30 p.m. Boston Bruins at New York Rangers3:30 p.m.Feb. 23Pittsburgh Penguins at Washington Capitals12:00 p.m.March 1Philadelphia Flyers at New York Rangers12:00 p.m.March 22Washington Capitals at Pittsburgh Penguins12:00 p.m.March 29Pittsburgh Penguins at Philadelphia Flyers12:00 p.m.’NHL on NBCSN’ scheduleDateMatchupTime (ET)Thurs., Oct. 3Minnesota Wild at Nashville Predators8:00 p.m.Tues., Oct. 8San Jose Sharks at Nashville Predators8:00 p.m.Tues., Oct. 15Tampa Bay Lightning at Montreal Canadiens7:00 p.m.Thurs., Oct. 17New York Rangers at New Jersey7:00 p.m.Sat., Oct. 26St. Louis Blues at Boston Bruins7:00 p.m.Sat., Oct. 26Calgary Flames at Winnipeg Jets (Heritage Classic)10:00 p.m.Tues., Oct. 29Tampa Bay Lightning at New York Rangers7:30 p.m.Tues., Nov. 5Boston Bruins at Montreal Canadiens7:30 p.m.Tues., Nov. 5Chicago Blackhawks at San Jose Sharks10:00 p.m.Fri., Nov. 8Tampa Bay Lightning at Buffalo Sabres (NHL Global Series)2:00 p.m.Tues., Nov. 12Pittsburgh Penguins at New York Rangers7:30 p.m.Tues., Nov. 19Tampa Bay Lightning at St. Louis Blues8:00 p.m. St. Louis Blues at Colorado Avalanche9:30 p.m.Sun., Jan. 5Detroit Red Wings at Chicago Blackhawks7:30 p.m. Edmonton Oilers at San Jose Sharks10:30 p.m.Tues., Nov. 26Dallas Stars at Chicago Blackhawks8:00 p.m.Tues., Dec. 3Tampa Bay Lightning at Nashville Predators8:00 p.m.Tues., Dec. 10St. Louis Blues at Buffalo Sabres7:30 p.m.Tues., Dec. 17Buffalo Sabres at Toronto Maple Leafs7:00 p.m.Mon., Dec. 23New York Rangers at Philadelphia Flyers7:00 p.m.Fri., Dec. 27Minnesota Wild at Colorado Avalanche8:00 p.m.Thurs., Jan. 2New Jersey Devils at New York Islanders7:00 p.m. Los Angeles Kings at Vegas Golden Knights10:30 p.m.Tues., Mar. 3Boston Bruins at Tampa Bay Lightning7:30 p.m.Thurs., Mar. 5Carolina Hurricanes at Philadelphia Flyers7:00 p.m.Sun., March 8St. Louis Blues at Chicago Blackhawks7:30 p.m. The coverage also includes big marquee events such as the 2019 Heritage Classic (the Flames versus the Jets in Regina, Saskatchewan), the NHL Global Series pitting the Lightning against the Sabres from Stockholm, the 2020 Winter Classic (Predators and Stars from the Cotton Bowl) and all the All-Star Game festivities in St. Louis. A complete NHL national broadcast lineup for 2019-20 can be found below:’Wednesday Night Hockey’ scheduleDateMatchupTime (ET)Oct. 2Washington Capitals at St. Louis Blues 8:00 p.m. Vegas Golden Knights at Anaheim Ducks10:00 p.m.Tues., Feb. 25Chicago Blackhawks at St. Louis Blues8:00 p.m.Thurs., Feb. 27Dallas Stars at Boston Bruins7:30 p.m.Sun., Mar. 1 Washington Capitals at Minnesota Wild8:00 p.m. Philadelphia Flyers at Colorado Avalanche9:30 p.m.Dec. 18Colorado Avalanche at Chicago Blackhawks8:00 p.m.Jan. 8Washington Capitals at Philadelphia Flyers7:30 p.m. Colorado Avalanche at San Jose Sharks10:00 p.m.Tues., Mar. 10Boston Bruins at Philadelphia Flyers7:00 p.m.Sun., Mar. 15Nashville Predators at Minnesota Wild7:30 p.m.Tues., Mar. 17St. Louis Blues at Philadelphia Flyers7:00 p.m.Sun., Mar. 22Nashville Predators at Chicago Blackhawks10:00 p.m.Tues., Mar. 24St. Louis Blues at Washington Capitals7:00 p.m.Thurs., Mar. 26Philadelphia Flyers at Detroit Red Wings7:30 p.m.Sun., Mar. 29Minnesota Wild at St. Louis Blues7:00 p.m. Vegas Golden Knights at Arizona Coyotes10:00 p.m.Mar. 25Pittsburgh Penguins at Chicago Blackhawks8:00 p.m.
Wellington Police notes for Monday, August 12, 2013:â€¢1:40 a.m. Austin L. Treft, 19, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with no proof of insurance.â€¢8:56 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of a vehicle in the 1900 block N. A, Wellington.â€¢9:19 a.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 200 block. S. Jefferson, Wellington.â€¢11:30 a.m. Officers investigated domestic battery of a known suspect in the 1100 block W. Edgewood Dr., Wellington.â€¢11:51 a.m. Officers investigated animal cruelty, dogs at large (x3), keeping of dogs in excess of four dogs and keeping of cats in excess of four.â€¢12:47 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in Benton, La.â€¢1:19 p.m. Officers investigated a theft in the 800 block S. Jefferson, Wellington.â€¢2:58 p.m. Officers investigated burglary in the 300 block S. Fair, Wellington.â€¢5:04 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of a vehicle in the 2000 block N. B, Wellington.â€¢5:30 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the 300 block E. Lincoln, Wellington involving vehicles operated by Jay D. Brown,Â 69, Wellington and Tina M. Olivas, 51, Wellington.
Submitted to Sumner Newscow â€” Todayâ€™s Wellington High School bulletin for Monday, Feb. 2, 2015:MondayTuesdayâ€¢ Basketball at Buhler, 6 p.m.Wednesdayâ€¢ Jostens Sophomore Class Ring, 2:30 p.m.Thursdayâ€¢ Regional Scholarsâ€™ Bowl.Fridayâ€¢ Homecoming Basketball at Wellington vsÂ Augusta.â€¢ Wrestling at Rose Hill 11 a.m.Saturdayâ€¢ ACTâ€¢ Wrestling at Rose Hill 10 a.m.â€¢ JV Wrestling at Wichita South 9 a.m.Tuesday lunch: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes/gravy, tossed salad w/romaine, applesauce, hot roll/jelly.Wednesday lunch: Soft chicken taco, tortilla chips/salsa, refried beans, corn, peaches.Todayâ€™s News*Boys C team basketball will be out at 2:15. They will be marked activity.*If you participated in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program, a representative will be hereÂ Wednesday, Feb. 4thÂ to discuss your results.Â Meet in room 107 atÂ 8 am.Â This will last approximately 1 hour.*You can sign-up out-of-town dates in the office until Thursday after school for the Homecoming dance.*Work Ethic Session #4 isÂ Wednesday at 11:30 amÂ in the FACS room! Â Bank of Commerce will be our presenter.*Students: You will need a Student ID to get in to the Homecoming dance. Please sign-up in the office if you need a new one, or are a new student and have not received one. If you do not bring your Student ID the night of the dance, you will be charged $5.00 for a new one. IDâ€™s will be made on Thursday, so please plan ahead.* WHS Juniors: Looking at obtaining a degree in education? Applications are being accepted for the 26th annual Kansas Future Teacher Academy. It will be held on the campus of Emporia State University fromÂ Sunday, June 7 to Thursday, June 11th. If you’d like more information, see Mrs. Hatfield in the counselor’s office. *The WHS Madrigals and Mixed Ensemble are doing singing Valengrams this year on the 13th. The Valengrams will be sold during lunch today so find a choir member for more information. *Spirit Week is this week and the theme is Crusaders Blast from the Past.Tomorrow will be Disco FeverThursday will be 80â€™s BandsFriday will be Crusaders through the decades *There will be a Sophomore Class Ring Meeting tomorrow @ 2:30 in the Auditorium. *There will be a box outside of Ms. Vaughnâ€™s room to put song suggestions in for the homecoming dance- feel free to stop by.
MORE: Get the latest NFL odds & betting advice at Sportsbook ReviewBetween Seahawks vs. 49ers, Vikings vs. Cowboys, Rams vs. Steelers, Bills vs. Browns, Panthers vs. Packers and even Giants vs. Jets, Week 10 in the NFL is nothing if not intriguing. We hope it’ll be equally successful when it comes to predictions.Here are our Week 10 NFL picks straight up, all the way through the Monday night game in San Francisco.NFL picks, predictions for Week 10Los Angeles Chargers (-1) at Oakland RaidersThursday, 8:20 p.m. ET, Fox, NFL Network, Amazon Prime VideoBefore it shifted in LA’s favor, this game opened as a pick ’em with good reason. Neither the 4-4 Raiders nor the 4-5 Chargers are expected to keep up with the Chiefs in the AFC West, but both are still contenders for a wild card. Los Angeles entered the season with higher expectations, and coming off consecutive refreshing wins, Anthony Lynn’s bunch is starting to look like the team many expected it to be. Quietly, the Chargers have a top-10 scoring defense. That will be the key against a good-but-not-unstoppable Raiders offense.Prediction: Chargers 23, Raiders 17Baltimore Ravens (-10) at Cincinnati BengalsSunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBSThe tale of this tape is simple. The Bengals have the NFL’s worst rush defense, and the Ravens have the league’s best running game. Cincinnati also has one of the league’s worst offenses, and we have no reason to believe the switch to Ryan Finley at quarterback will matter against a Baltimore defense that just handled Tom Brady and New England with relative ease. The Bengals are the healthier team coming off their bye and will have home field, but neither advantage will matter.Prediction: Ravens 28, Bengals 14Buffalo Bills at Cleveland Browns (-2)Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBSThe Browns need to win this game. Yet, they needed to beat the Broncos, too, and we all know what happened in Denver. Cleveland has hit a new low point this season, which is why it opened as a favorite at home against a team that has four more wins; oddsmakers are assuming the Browns will put up a fight with their season on the line. But this also is a chance for the Bills to earn a statement win with one of if not the NFL’s best defense.Prediction: Bills 24, Browns 20Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints (-12 1/2)Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, FoxWe’re surprised Dan Quinn reached Week 10 without getting fired; Falcons owner Arthur Blank evidently concluded during the bye week that the players’ respect for the head coach outweighs such a disappointing first half of the season. The second half begins with a matchup against a rival that happens to be arguably the best team in the NFL. Atlanta, on the heels of some coaching personnel tweaks, will be fired up and motivated to pull off what would be a stunning upset in New Orleans. But that’s the only advantage the Falcons have, and it’s not enough. The Saints, remember, are fresh off their bye week, too.Prediction: Saints 30, Falcons 21New York Giants (-1 1/2) at New York JetsSunday, 1 p.m. ET, FoxFor a matchup of two teams that are so bad, Giants vs. Jets is about as interesting as it gets. Part of the reason is the ineptitude that’s engulfing Gang Green; many in New York already want coach Adam Gase fired after the embarrassment in Miami, and a loss to the team’s NFC counterpart could do the trick. The Giants are bad defensively, and the Jets could simply beat them with Le’Veon Bell. But why would they do that?Prediction: Giants 20, Jets 14Kansas City Chiefs at Tennessee Titans (TBD)Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBSThis spread is a late arrival thanks to the doubt surrounding Patrick Mahomes’ status. The Chiefs very well might get the return of their MVP quarterback against the Titans, but even if they don’t, Matt Moore’s steady play is sufficient for a win in Tennessee. Tyreek Hill — a problem for all teams, to be fair — will be impossible for the Titans’ banged-up secondary to contain. On the other side, a vulnerable KC run defense will focus on containing Derrick Henry just like it did against Dalvin Cook.Prediction: Chiefs 27, Titans 21Arizona Cardinals at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-4)Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, FoxThe Cardinals and Buccaneers were the most impressive losers in the NFL last week, with Arizona nearly upsetting San Francisco and Tampa Bay taking Seattle to overtime. So neither team’s record is reflective of its confidence. Both of these defenses tend to struggle, but the Bucs have been solid against the run, and the Cards can’t match up against Tampa’s receivers. Bruce Arians will get a satisfying win against his former team.Prediction: Buccaneers 34, Cardinals 28Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears (-2 1/2)Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBSThis is the Bears’ first NFC North game since their 16-6 win over the Vikings in late September. That feels so long ago. Chicago, loser of four straight games, is on the verge of a total collapse, and if Matt Nagy’s team isn’t already there, a home loss to Detroit might do the trick. As bad as the Bears’ offense has been, in theory, it should produce against the NFL’s second worst defense in terms of yards allowed. Chicago’s bigger problem in this game is the Lions’ top-five offense against a suddenly imperfect Bears defense.Prediction: Lions 26, Bears 24Miami Dolphins at Indianapolis Colts (-10 1/2)Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET, CBSThe Dolphins need to take it easy with that winning stuff; they no longer have the inside track for the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft after their victory over the somehow equally inept Jets. Fortunately they draw the Colts, who with or without quarterback Jacoby Brissett should have no problem against what is still the league’s worst scoring defense. Indianapolis needs to get back on track in the playoff hunt following its loss in Pittsburgh. This is the perfect chance.Prediction: Colts 27, Dolphins 17Los Angeles Rams (-3 1/2) at Pittsburgh SteelersSunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, FoxThis is the first leg of a tricky two-week stretch for the Steelers, who after facing the defending NFC champions Sunday have to go to Cleveland on a short week to play a desperate rival on a Thursday night. Los Angeles and Pittsburgh are close to equal defensively, so the difference will be a Rams offense that, aside from Brandin Cooks, is at full strength coming out of a bye week. Good coaching will allow the Steelers to keep it close, but a late Greg Zuerlein field goal will be the difference. (Also, Aaron Donald tends to play well at Heinz Field.)Prediction: Rams 23, Steelers 20Carolina Panthers at Green Bay Packers (-5)Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, FoxThe Panthers probably wish the Packers would have waited an extra week to receive their wake-up call. Green Bay was embarrassed in Los Angeles, and against a leaky Carolina defense that has been relying on turnovers, Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Jones and Co. are set up for a convincing rebound back at Lambeau. Cam Newton was in Green Bay last week getting his foot examined, but he won’t be there Sunday to help Christian McCaffrey and the Panthers pull off the upset.Prediction: Packers 31, Panthers 21Minnesota Vikings at Dallas Cowboys (-2 1/2)Sunday, 8:20 p.m. ET, NBCIn theory, this game between two NFC contenders should be close, which is bad news for the team that has a quarterback with an 0-10-1 record when trailing in the fourth quarter with his current squad. That’s Kirk Cousins, who has earned his reputation as a player who wilts in big, prime-time games. A Sunday night in Dallas, a spot in which Dak Prescott typically thrives, certainly qualifies. With both teams facing stingy defenses, the Cowboys will make more big plays.Prediction: Cowboys 28, Vikings 24 Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers (-6)Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET, ESPNSomewhat lost in the shadow of Russell Wilson’s MVP-caliber play this season has been a shaky Seahawks defense that’s allowing 25.6 points per game. While Seattle represents San Francisco’s biggest test yet, the NFL’s last remaining undefeated team this season won’t have to deal with much resistance at home Monday night. Wilson, meanwhile, will need to be more magical than usual against a defense that can get to him without blitzing. He’ll get his share of highlights, but they won’t be enough.Pick: 49ers 26, Seahawks 17 The NFL schedule in Week 10 presents a handful of games that will be anything but difficult to watch, with some intriguing matchups highlighting the slate on Sunday and Monday. Yet, as usual, it includes some games that are difficult for picks and predictions.Based on the opening lines for Week 10 at Sportsbook Review, six games opened with point spreads of four points of fewer. Those toss-ups, thankfully, are balanced by a handful of relatively easy picks; the Ravens, Saints and Colts opened as double-digit favorites over the Bengals, Falcons and Dolphins, respectively.
MORE: Garrett’s sickening helmet swing adds to chaos around BrownsSteelers offensive lineman Maurkice Pouncey, who retaliated against Garrett with punches and a kick to the helmet, was suspended for three games.Browns defensive lineman Larry Ogunjobi, who shoved Rudolph to the ground following Garrett’s helmet swing, received a one-game suspension. About 12 hours after a benches-clearing brawl sparked by Myles Garrett tearing Mason Rudolph’s helmet off and hitting him in the head with it, the NFL handed down punishments to Browns and Steelers players, including an indefinite suspension for Garrett and a $250,000 fine for both Cleveland and Pittsburgh. Garrett’s suspension will last at least through the rest of the 2019 regular season and playoffs. He must “meet with the commissioner’s office prior to a decision on his reinstatement,” the NFL’s statement read. All three players have been suspended without pay and fined an undisclosed amount of money for their actions during Thursday night’s game. The NFL’s statement also said that “additional discipline for other players will be forthcoming.”Absent from the list of suspended players is Rudolph, who played a role in escalating the fight. The second-year QB appeared to take offense to the being hit by Garrett after letting go of a pass, and while on the ground, Rudolph attempted to take Garrett’s helmet off. He failed, but Garrett was successful in returning the favor, leading to the infamous helmet swing.While Rudolph will apparently avoid suspension, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported “the NFL will fine” Rudolph.