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KSRM Week In Review 10/20 – 10/24

first_imgCrime Meeting Draws a Crowd, Questions Continue; CPH Clears Traveler of Ebola; Kenai Peninsula Ranks Highest Senior Population; Apache to Conduct Additional Seismic Surveying in Cook Inlet Wildwood Assault Lands One in Hospital, Manhunt for Duvall Continues, Borough and CPH Train For Ebola, State Continues Same Sex Marriage Suit Friday 10/24 Soldotna ACS Store Closing, Spartan 151 Finishes Kitchen Lights No. 5, HEA Net Operating Margins Down Compared To 2013, KPBSD First Quarter Revenue Looking Great Wednesday 10/22 Dusek Contracted as Interim Superintendent, KPBSD 2014 Financial Report Accepted, Open House on Possible Cook Inlet Lease Sales, Soldotna Man Arrested for Kidnapping and Assault Nikiski Post Office Losing Select Services; BOEM Proceeding with Proposed Cook Inlet Oil/Gas Lease Sale; KPBSD to Discuss Concerns with Recruiters; Courts Introduce Divorce Assistance Program Monday 10/20 Tuesday 10/21 Thursday 10/23 FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week.last_img read more

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Yoneyama fires opening 68, grabs share of Tokai lead

first_img GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES INABE, Mie Pref. – Midori Yoneyama birdied the last two holes of a 4-under-par 68 on Friday to grab a share of the lead with fellow third-year pros Shiho Katano and Suzuka Kanazawa at the 60 million yen Munsingwear Ladies Tokai Classic golf tournament.Yoneyama, winner of the Saishunkan Ladies event in April, carded five birdies and a bogey through tricky winds sweeping the Ryosen Golf Club’s 6,388-yard course in Mie Prefecture for a share of the lead after the first round of play. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5center_img Meanwhile, Katano knocked down seven birdies, giving three strokes back on bogeys, to grab a spot at the top of the leaderboard for the first time in her career, while Kanazawa finds herself tied for the lead after the first round for a second straight week.“Tomorrow will be the key. Last week, I fired a 78 on the second day and finished eighth, so I’ll do my best here,” said Kanazawa, referring to last week’s Japan LPGA Championship. Sato in chargeKITAHIROSHIMA, Hokkaido (Kyodo) Money-rankings leader Nobuhito Sato ran in three straight birdies on the back side of his second straight 68 on Friday to take a one-stroke lead midway through the 100 million yen ANA Open golf tournament.Sato, winner of the Japan PGA Championship tourney in May, carded six birdies and a pair of bogeys on the Sapporo Golf Club’s 7,063-yard Wattsu Course for an 8-under total of 136 as he targets his third tour title of the year.Overnight co-leader Christian Pena of the United States went around with three birdies and a bogey for a 70, slipping a stroke behind Sato at 137. last_img read more

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PNGSF to review facilities operations

first_imgThe PNG Sports Foundation will be taking stock of its venue operations and management in the year 2019. The strategies to come into effect by February 1 hopes to add more value to the operation, management and maintenance of its facilities. In a statement last Thursday, recently re-appointed executive director Peter Tsiamalili Jr said the organisation will be making recommendations to the board on how best to operate these facilities. The operations of these facilities are managed by the National Sports Trust Limited with PNGSF board commissioner Nathaniel Ho entrusted by the PNGSF board to oversee, review and make recommendations to the board on how best things can be done in relations to the usage of these facilities. The changes which Tsiamalili Jr referred to was one, setting up a centralised venue booking system. “The Rita Flynn facility will be the only centralised venue for bookings. “If you want to use the Sir John Guise Stadium, the Taurama Aquatic Centre or any other PNGSF venue, all bookings will be at the Rita Flynn Indoor Complex. “I believe Rita Flynn Indoor, adjacent to PNG Hunters home ground, the NFS, is a central location for all bookings and it also has safe and secured car park. “The second strategy to be put in place to mitigate security risk of having cash on site is through a “cashless system” where all payments for bookings will be done via EFTSPOS or bank cheque. “All amounts from K20 and above must be paid via EFTPOS or bank cheque.” Tsiamalili Jr said. “Lastly, we will be introducing a toll free number where all our Port Moresby residents will be able to call in for information regarding events or provide feedback on services provided by our facility team.”last_img read more

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Red 1970-1974 Houston Astros Hat

first_img 17 0 0 Share on other sites Share this post 17 0 17 0 By BamaHater, June 13, 2006 in Sports Logo News Share this post Share this post 2 BamaHater BamaHater 3 nope it’s red. I just got it today BamaHater Share this post Link to post 22,645 cheo25 Location:Burnsville, MN 567 TruColor If anyone doubts that the real 71-74 hats were dark orange, not truly red, check this clip 74_AS_Game At the 1:00 minute mark, Cincinnati Red Joe Morgan passes right by Astro Cesar Cedeno and the diference between Reds Red and Astros Orange is clear.Pantone, Here is what I find confusing: the 1971-1974 hats were darker “Houston Astros Orange”, OK. Which color presents the light orange used on the Astros hats 1975-1982 hats and also the light orange star on the 1982-1993 dark hats? Let me look into this…I thought Todd and I had nailed this down, but maybe they DID use a darker Orange during that time-period. I’m still confident that it wasn’t Red though.I’ll keep you all updated… 216 posts Followers 0 5 Members Share this post 14,762 posts Next Good Astros site is www.astrosdaily.com.Lots of old baseball card shots from all years may have what you are looking for… five boroughs, one City. Share this post TruColor 304 posts 0 Link to post Share on other sites 0 0 4 I think its accually Navy and Orange. Could be wrong though. 583 posts Location:Burnsville, MN Link to post 99 Link to post Share this post 567 10,716 216 posts Share on other sites Share this post 0 Link to post 0 Link to post 567 No offense, my friend, but I’ll put Pantone’s work over your “months” any day.And yes, some of the colors in Okonnen’s book are wrong. That’s a fact – some entries printed darker than others, when we know that the team didn’t change colors. 0 Share on other sites Members 4 Here is a link to Distant Replays for the red hat. It is the Houston Astros Red Color. Red Astros Hat 2 Posted June 13, 2006 567 Red 1970-1974 Houston Astros Hat Share on other sites 0 Members Posted June 13, 2006 Posted June 13, 2006 VitaminD Members Sports Logo News 22,645 74-inch DNA vector Members Members SiddFinch 567 Posted June 13, 2006 Hmm. The Astros never had a red cap until this latest redesign upon moving out of the Astrodome. They had an orange hat through the early 1980s, but never a red one back then. The team colors were navy and orange. Granted, the orange appeared dark sometimes – especially when they started wearing it in 1971 – but if you mean red like what the Cardinals or Phillies wear, then… no, they never had a red cap in the 1970s.The only red was on the jerseys when they went to the rainbow-bellied uniforms from 1975-86 (and perhaps the pants at some point). Even that picture looks more like a red-orange than an actual red cap, but maybe that’s my mind being influenced by what it knows from history. 4 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Members Share on other sites 14,762 posts The Astros did indeed where red uniforms and red caps from 1971-1974. They switched to range caps in 1975.That baseball card is accurate. TruColor 17 otherwilds Posted June 13, 2006 Page 1 of 7   0 0 SiddFinch 2 0 Sign in to follow this   BamaHater 567 Prev Members Members SportsLogos.Net 567 0 griffin128 789 posts 567 Share on other sites Sports Logos BamaHater 0 BamaHater 0 Share this post 31,371 posts 0 Methinks somebody will not admit owning amything posibly orange as in Big Orange…Tennessee Vol orange… Found this pic of Bob Watson form 1972. The hat looks red like the one I got. Share this post Posted June 13, 2006 Recommended Posts Share on other sites Formerly ColorWerx and PANTONE Link to post Members Sports Logos Next Posted June 13, 2006 cheo25 216 posts grubstreet Location:Burnsville, MN Link to post Go To Topic Listing 1 Posted June 13, 2006 Sports Logo News 0 567 Share on other sites TruColor 0 Link to post Members Link to post 17 Formerly ColorWerx and PANTONE Members Posted June 13, 2006 Gothamitecenter_img 17 TruColor 5 Posted June 13, 2006 I found this from dressed to the ninesThis is from 1974. It looks like the hat is red.This is from 1976 and you can clearly tell the hat is orange. griffin128 Share on other sites Members Share this post 0 …continuing through today:I love Marc Okkonen’s work, but color accuracy is not his forte.It was NOT Red…it’s a somewhat darker Orange…the Orange and Navy Blue continued over from the Colt .45 uniforms. 2 0 Share on other sites Posted June 13, 2006 BamaHater 0 BamaHater 0 BamaHater Favourite Logos:Sacramento Republic FC 216 posts Share on other sites 299 Link to post griffin128 0 Hmm. The Astros never had a red cap until this latest redesign upon moving out of the Astrodome. They had an orange hat through the early 1980s, but never a red one back then. The team colors were navy and orange. Granted, the orange appeared dark sometimes – especially when they started wearing it in 1971 – but if you mean red like what the Cardinals or Phillies wear, then… no, they never had a red cap in the 1970s.The only red was on the jerseys when they went to the rainbow-bellied uniforms from 1975-86 (and perhaps the pants at some point). Even that picture looks more like a red-orange than an actual red cap, but maybe that’s my mind being influenced by what it knows from history. What he said.If that hat is truely Red, then it’s probably incorrect.It’s SUPPOSED to be Orange. Members Posted June 13, 2006 1,155 posts 0 Share on other sites 53,285 posts 0 VitaminD 14,762 posts Link to post 299 cubbies06 567 567 Posted June 13, 2006 3 Link to post 1 Share this post 567 5,450 posts Share on other sites Formerly ColorWerx and PANTONE Prev Members Members Red 1970-1974 Houston Astros Hat griffin128 Forums Home Page 1 of 7   0 22,645 Posted June 13, 2006 0 Location:New Orleans Location:Left of Dead Center Followers 0 Share this post 14,762 posts Link to post TruColor 4 Location:Sacramento, California Share on other sites Location:Burnsville, MN 6 TruColor This topic is now closed to further replies. Members 2 cubbies06 Share on other sites 567 Share this post Sign in to follow this   grubstreet 99 Funny. I just picked up an old baseball photography book while second handing, and i wanted to post this astros picture. The caption says 1975, so it doesnt answer all the questions like pantone just did, but it sure is a nice photoThat would be the Astros uniform from 1972-74. The Astros switched to orange caps in 1971 and had uniforms without the collar and sleeve coloring in 1971 before adding it in 1972. They switched to the rainbow scheme in 1975.As for the “red” look, I would chalk that up to bad color reproduction on the press that printed those early 1970s baseball cards. TruColor FiddySicks TruColor No.The Astros wore Orange…it was NOT Red.Here’s the history: Posted June 13, 2006 0 Share this post Posted June 13, 2006 Funny. I just picked up an old baseball photography book while second handing, and i wanted to post this astros picture. The caption says 1975, so it doesnt answer all the questions like pantone just did, but it sure is a nice photo:1975 Astrosps: I find it odd that the astros would ditch the colt .45s orange, go to red, just to go back to orange again.pps: If anyones interested, i’ll post some more from this book, including dave parker in the pirates banana unis, smoking what may be a joint in the dugout of a spring training game Share on other sites BamaHater 0 Members Members TruColor 10,716 Members otherwilds Here is a link to Distant Replays for the red hat. It is the Houston Astros Red Color. Red Astros Hat Listen…Todd Radom and I spent a lot of time together on the phone and via emails researching the Astros’ color history. In case you didn’t know, Todd provided most of the color estimates for the Cooperstown Collection graphics, and the colors I provide there are taken from a combination of official documents (re: MLB Style Guide) and other legitimate sources.I stand by my color swatches – as most of you know, they are generated using actual Pantone values, and represent the colors as accurately as you’re gonna get.You find me a single official MLB document that EVER referred to that color as Red, and me and Todd and the MLB Creative Services Dept. will eat our shorts (hmmm…I probably should only speak for myself, huh?).It was Orange, Orange, Orange.Not Red.End of story.Don’t use photographic evidence as proof…it’s not a constant. Pantone colors are for the most part. Sure, CMYK values can change slightly over time, but the differences are relatively subtle.Bonus – the color was 172 C. CMYK breakdown: C-00, M-66, Y-88, K-00. Formula mix: Yellow 25%, Warm Red 75%. All Activity Posted June 13, 2006 0 567 Share this post Formerly ColorWerx and PANTONE Posted June 13, 2006 Share this post Link to post 2,287 posts 0 99 0 304 posts Link to post I have spent months going through photos of baseball hats to compile a master hat list. The Astros did in fact wear a red hat from ’71-’74. It’s absolutely not a poor color reproduction, because in no way would it always show up in every photo as red over a 4 year period. Then suddenly the photos show it as orange in ’75. What happened, they suddenly figured out true color printing after 4 years of messing it up.Also, they are completely different colors in the Okkonen book. Are we to beleive that that is just a case of poor printing too? 0 0 Link to post 6 Just bought this red Star H cap from Distant Replays. My question to you is if you know of any pictures of them wearing them that is in color. I’ve only seen black and white ones. FiddySicks Gothamite Posted June 13, 2006 Posted June 13, 2006 14,762 posts 0 216 posts 65 posts Link to post Link to post Location:where the populace is all Flyered up 0 Share on other sites Share on other sites SportsLogos.Net Location:Louisiana Share this post If anyone doubts that the real 71-74 hats were dark orange, not truly red, check this clip 74_AS_Game At the 1:00 minute mark, Cincinnati Red Joe Morgan passes right by Astro Cesar Cedeno and the diference between Reds Red and Astros Orange is clear.Pantone, Here is what I find confusing: the 1971-1974 hats were darker “Houston Astros Orange”, OK. Which color presents the light orange used on the Astros hats 1975-1982 hats and also the light orange star on the 1982-1993 dark hats? 0 Share this post 0 Formerly ColorWerx and PANTONE 0 Forums Home 4 299 All Activity The artist formally known as Bucfan56 10,716 Location:Burnsville, MN 567 Red 1970-1974 Houston Astros Hatlast_img read more

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Europe’s leagues come out against Infantino’s FIFA plans

first_imgCOPENHAGEN, (Reuters) – Europe’s top football leagues are in “firm opposition” to FIFA President Gianni Infantino’s plans for two new international tournaments, the body representing them said on Thursday. The European Leagues, which represents England’s Premier League and Spain’s La Liga among others, said they rejected proposals for an expanded Club World Cup and a new global Nations League in the first sign of a serious split in world football over the plans.The organisation called for a united front against the proposals in a statement issued on Thursday.The statement urged European soccer’s governing body UEFA to ally with the World League Forum, the European Clubs Association and FIFPro (the International players union), to “firmly oppose and together stop this unilateral initiative from FIFA and the process which lacks of transparency and a proper consultation with the stakeholders.” FIFA’s plans for the Club World Cup would involve expanding it to 24 teams — including 12 from Europe — and staging it every four years instead of annually as happens at present.The Nations League would be a global version of the new competitions which are being introduced by UEFA in Europe and CONCACAF in North and Central American and the Caribbean.In both cases, the competitions involve all the national teams in the respective continents who are divided into divisions based on their rankings. There is promotion and relegation between the divisions, as in conventional domestic leagues.Each division is sub-divided into groups with the winners qualifying for a knockout contest.Infantino has said that he believes the deals together could be worth $25 billion in a 12-year cycle and has put his plans to FIFA’s Council saying they are backed by an, as yet unnamed, international consortium of investors. Several national associations contacted by Reuters said they had not received any direct communication from FIFA on the plans.European Leagues President Lars-Christer Olsson said the approach was reminiscent of FIFA’s problematic past.“This process reminds me of the way the ‘old FIFA’ acted which I thought we had left behind. What we have experienced is a clear lack of consultation and transparency, and an intentional manipulation of the decision making structure by FIFA in presenting these proposals. “To present a long-term 12 year plan with lots of uncertainty and a lack of information sounds, to me, like a ‘can of worms’,” he added.Jesper Moller, a member of FIFA’s Organising Committee for FIFA Competitions and president of the Danish Football Federation, told Reuters no vote could be held on the plans without Infantino revealing the identity of the backers, who wish to take 49 percent ownership in the management of the new events.last_img read more

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Orioles add left-hander Barnes, infielder Navarro to 40-man roster

first_imgThe Orioles officially added two more players to their 40-man roster Wednesday with the acquisition of left-handed relief pitcher Scott Barnes and the signing of infielder Rey Navarro.The 27-year-old Barnes was acquired from the Cleveland Indians in exchange for cash considerations. He appeared in 25 games for Triple-A Columbus in 2014, going 3-2 with a 3.69 ERA in 31 2/3 innings. In two major league seasons for the Indians, Barnes pitched to a 5.20 ERA in 27 2/3 innings spanning 22 appearances.Barnes was effective against both righties (.194) and left-handed hitters (.192) for Columbus last season and struck out 9.9 batters per nine innings pitched.Navarro, 24, was previously a member of the Cincinnati Reds organization, splitting his 2014 season between Double-A Pensacola and Triple-A Louisville. In 65 games for Louisville, Navarro hit .296 with a .351 on-base percentage, three home runs, and 24 runs batted in.The infielder has the ability to play second base, shortstop, and third base.With Wednesday’s transactions, the Orioles now have 39 players on their 40-man roster.last_img read more

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Nigeria Wrestling Federation Unveils Programmes For 2020

first_imgThe Nigeria Wrestling Federation (NWF) has released a programme of activities it intends to accomplish in the coming year.The programme released at the just-concluded board meeting of the Federation in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, comprises both local and international competitions intended to keep the athletes busy throughout the calendar year (2019) as they vie for honours and also seek qualification for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.The activities will commence with the registration and licensing of the wrestlers by their respective State associations and wrestling clubs on 1st January and subsequent affiliation of the States/Clubs to the governing body, NWF.Local camping for the wrestlers will commence a day later, on 2nd January.Nigeria will take part in her first tournament of the New Year – the Matteo Pellicone Senior Ranking Series – from 15th to 18th January in Rome, Italy, which will be followed by the National Olympic Trials in Yenagoa/Abuja from 27th to 31st of the same month.Relatedlast_img read more

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‘Jessica Jones’ star Krysten Ritter reveals pregnancy on Oscars red carpet

first_imgABC/Rick Rowell(LOS ANGELES) — Krysten Ritter is pregnant, and she made the big reveal in a big way — on the Oscars red carpet Sunday night.The Jessica Jones star showed off her baby bump in a long-sleeved lace burgundy gown. She’s expecting her first child with her boyfriend, The War on Drugs frontman Adam Granduciel. Granduciel was her date to the Oscars ceremony.Ritter, who was presenting at the ceremony, posted an Instagram selfie of her and Granduciel from inside the event, captioning it “OSCARS!!!!”Last week, it was announced that Jessica Jones’ upcoming third season would be its last on Netflix.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img

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Rami Malek geeked out over filming new James Bond movie with Daniel Craig

first_imgABC/Craig Sjodin(LOS ANGELES) — One of the best things about working on the upcoming James Bond flick No Time to Die for Rami Malek was working with the legendary Daniel Craig.Speaking with Ryan Seacrest on the Golden Globes red carpet, the Mr. Robot star opened up about what it was like playing a villain opposite of 007.  E! News reports that, when asked exactly what kind of villain Malek plays, he called his character “unique” and “very complex.”  He then revealed how the movie’s hero would describe him.  “Daniel calls him misunderstood. But I had the most extraordinary time going head-to-head with that man,” said the 38-year-old actor.It became apparent that Malek is a huge fan of his co-star as he excitedly praised Craig, calling him “a consummate professional.”He then revealed that, upon working with the five-time James Bond actor for the first time, that became quite starstruck. “What is really special about that is you see these movies and I love the Bond films,” he prefaced before admitting, “On day one, going out on stage, on set in front of the lens, well, to everybody else, I actually got a Broadway version sitting in the front seat watching Bond do it first hand and there is something that it took a second to step back and go, ‘What’s my first line again?’”No Time to Die, also starring Lashana Lynch, Christoph Waltz, Ralph Fiennes, Léa Seydoux and others, opens in theaters April 8, 2020.  It’ll open a week earlier, on April 2, in the United Kingdom.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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NFL preseason schedule Week 4: What games are on today? TV channels, times, scores

first_imgHow to watch, live stream NFL preseason gamesThere are a few ways to watch NFL preseason games, some of which are different than the methods used in the regular season. In addition to local broadcasts on TV, a handful of national TV presentations were scheduled on NBC, Fox, CBS, ESPN and NFL Network thoughout the preseason. The Week 1 national preseason games were limited to NFL Network, which either requires a cable subscription or a membership with fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.As for games that aren’t nationally televised, NFL Game Pass — available for $99.99 per year — is the only way to watch live out-of-market NFL preseason games. The service also provides replays of every game in a condensed, 45-minute presentation.NFL Game Pass also includes access to the NFL Films archives and live radio broadcasts of each game. It can be streamed on pretty much any mobile device, computer or Smart TV. Yes, all Week 4 NFL preseason games are stuffed into one night of action because, upon the conclusion of the 2019 preseason, roster cuts will be a priority for all 32 teams. But we like to think the NFL scheduling all Week 4 preseason games for Thursday night is also a way of saying, let’s get this over with and move on to the regular season.If you’re wondering whether your NFL team is playing Thursday night, the answer is yes. With kickoff times ranging from 7-10 p.m. ET, there are 16 games scheduled for Thursday. At the end of the night, all 32 NFL coaches hope to have the information they need to proceed with roster cuts and, eventually, construction of their practice squads. MORE: Watch select NFL preseason games with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Because teams are looking for roster-cut related info, starters will play little-to-no snaps in Week 4 of the preseason. When Saturday’s deadline for roster cuts arrives, each team will have had to cut 37 players. Frankly, those guys are the ones who will get the most playing time Thursday night, and their performances will be virtual auditions for potential employment with another team.Below is all you need to know about the Week 4 NFL preseason games scheduled to be played Thursday night, including TV channels and kickoff times.NFL preseason schedule Week 4: What games are on today?Two Week 4 NFL preseason games will be available to a national TV audience. The other 14 games will be available only to local audiences and NFL Game Pass subscribers.The Panthers will host the Steelers in a game that will broadcast live on NFL Network with a kickoff time of 7 p.m. ET. Upon the conclusion of that game, NFL Network also will broadcast Chargers at 49ers beginning at 10 p.m. ET.Check out SN’s live scoreboard for stats and more.GameTime (ET)TV channelsMinnesota Vikings at Buffalo Bills7 p.m.WKBW, KMSPPittsburgh Steelers at Carolina Panthers7 p.m.NFL Network, KDKA, WSOC, fuboTVIndianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals7 p.m.WXIN,  WKRCAtlanta Falcons at Jacksonville Jaguars7 p.m.WJAX, WUPAPhiladelphia Eagles at New York Jets7 p.m.WCBS, WCAUDetroit Lions at Cleveland Browns7:30 p.m.WEWS, WJBKNew York Giants at New England Patriots7:30 p.m.WNBC, WBZBaltimore Ravens at Washington Redskins7:30 p.m.WBAL, WRCTennessee Titans at Chicago Bears8 p.m.WFLD, WKRNTampa Bay Buccaneers at Dallas Cowboys8 p.m.KTVT,  WTSP, WFTVKansas City Chiefs at Green Bay Packers8 p.m.WTMJ, KCTVLos Angeles Rams at Houston Texans8 p.m.KCBS, KTRKMiami Dolphins at New Orleans Saints8 p.m.WVUE, WFORArizona Cardinals at Denver Broncos9 p.m.KTVD, KPNXLos Angeles Chargers at San Francisco 49ers10 p.m.NFL Network, KPIX, KABC, fuboTVOakland Raiders at Seattle Seahawks10 p.m.KING, KTVU2019 NFL PREDICTIONS:AFC East | AFC West | AFC North | AFC SouthNFC East | NFC West | NFC North | NFC Southlast_img read more

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