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You’re a Sin: Recap of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way S02E19

2020.11.11 03:26 fractalfay You’re a Sin: Recap of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way S02E19

Apologies for the extreme delay. I’ve been so sick it’s taken me two days to eek this out between naps. On the bright side, I’ve had plenty of time to watch utter garbage in great greedy gulps, so without further ado:
Welcome to another action-packed recap of your favorite rom-com slasher film, The Other Way, where each couple features one person making decisions, and the other passive-aggressively second guessing them.
Brittany and Yazan’s relationship reboots every 2AM, so they enjoy the same argument over and over without ever getting anywhere. Multiple visits to Jordan have done nothing to convince Brittany that it’s a Muslin country, so she’s readying to live with Yazan despite the brutal smackdown his family will likely inflict for such transgressions. According to Yazan, before she even got on the plane Brittany crossed oceans and bent time, until she stood square in the road in front of Yazan. This poor man was just trying to drive with one knee while holding a whopper in one hand and a phone in the other, when boom, crash, his car was sacrificed to the compatibility gods. Instead of congratulating Brittany for her fantastic demonstration of psychic prowess, Yazan loses his shit.
“Why did you leave your curves in the road?” Yazan demands, and yes, I just did that.
Now Brittany is trying to figure out how to arrange her embarrassment for the remainder of the car ride with a camera crew. First she says she’s not going, and then upgrades to going, but not for him, but so she can have a vacation with her friend Angela. They’re just going to take a photo sitting in one of those giant beach chairs, they’re gonna smash a penny into the shape of a monument, get some salt water taffy, and then Brittany is so done. She declares she has no more patience for a “broke-ass narcissistic mama’s boy,” and misses the good old days, when she dated Jeffrey Epstein’s black book of elderly men pondering crossing the bridge into pedophilia, but for now settling on braces.
“I don’t know what narcissistic means,” she adds, in case people start wondering how she missed this in herself. “On the plane my Logical Mind took over, and if you’re going to get a drugstore fragrance, that’s the one.”
Meanwhile, compulsive liar Yazan tells the crew he was innocently shoving candy hearts into his phone, over and over and over again, when his great grief from her diabetes inspired him to crash. He tells the crew that he lovingly sent her pictures of the damage, and expected her to comfort him in his time of traumatized transportation, because he forgot he was calling Brittany, and that he is himself. Despite this horrible unwarranted attack from the harpy he’s shackled to, Yazan hopes she gets on the plane so they have the chance to do this in person.
Yazan is at the airport, but Brittany’s doesn’t see him, because she’s already received the full dose of drama she was hoping to coax out with her tequila t-shirt. She doesn’t text him to see if he’s there, and he doesn’t take this action either, so instead she enjoys a quiet cab ride to a hotel. The last thing Brittany wants is to be with someone who is manipulative and gets caught doing it. I mean, hide a marriage or something.
“Exactly,” Sumit concurs.
“I hate her, but I love her,” Yazan declares, watching her get into a cab without him. “I’d like Ryan Gosling to play me in the film. Look at this face. This one is ‘hurt, but desperate.’”
The next day Britt’s friend arrives to apply to host the Tell-All, and she’s killing this interview. She takes in the news that Britt is done with Yazan, but Angela didn’t come to Jordan to see Britt and taste olives at a public market. Angela also expresses concern for Yazan, considering the magnitude of his loss, and tries to point out that he’s a person.
“Maybe there’s something deeper going on,” Angela Tell-All’s.
“It’s not my problem,” Brittany narcissisms.
“But it is. That’s your man.” Angela describes Brittany’s profound selfishness as a “defense mechanism,” she bought with her Boss Babe coaster set, and someone has a few returns to make at the Dollar Tree.
Yazan calls and says he’s distraught, and they have some boring argument. Then Britt tells Angela not to worry, her tourism plan is to go to the exact neighborhood Yazan asked her to avoid, because if anyone knows the hazards of fundamentalist Islam, it’s the chick pretending to consider it.
The next day they wake up, and Angela, who has Google, is wearing a turtleneck and covering everything but her head. Britt, on the other hand, decides to take her titties for a strut, despite being warned this is a bad idea. Once at the market, Britt is surprised that between her skin exposure and the camera crew following them around, they’re starting to attract too much attention.
“It’s a sin!” Someone barks at her outfit, which fails to respond, because clothes don’t have mouths.
“You’re a sin,” Brittany retorts on behalf of her outfit, proving that the “I’m rubber and you’re glue” defense endures the test of time.
Angela wants to know if wearing a hijab reroutes this harassment, and Britt thinks her height, race, and curves aren’t things easy to hide, so no, not really. Britt suggests they get a drink to recover, while Angela wonders if it’s illegal there, and Britt says there are bars, and drinking is widely accepted, save for small conservative families like Yazan’s. You know, the family she’s supposedly marrying into.
They go to a bar, and either don’t notice or don’t care that they’re the only women in attendance. They order drinks and whoop it up, and Angela says she still wants to meet Yazan, and understand how this relationship even happened. Britt admits she misses him, and could be more supportive and patient. Angela says that this sort of calm reporting is probably what Yazan needs to hear, if he ever stops yelling himself, and if the studio audience claps loud enough we can talk her into making that call right now. So Britt calls Yazan and tells him she’s downtown, and he waits a full beat before saying he’s on his way. Then she starts hitting the sauce like she’s lubricating a slip and slide, and plans to drift all the way to a grassy landing with an unspilled Corona Lite in her hand the minute Yazan arrives.
Over in Ethiopia, Little Avi is crying, just to prove Ari’s parentage. Ari reports that she’s tired from breast feeding and has no support, save for the dozens of people who constantly stop by that she doesn’t want to see. On this particular day she’s greeted by Wish and Artemis, and Ari tells them that she wishes Biniyam’s job were something tame, like a freelance writer, and not 69ing his ex on stage before flirting with drunk women he might marry. Wish assures her that the club where Biniyam works is a meat market, and that’s where he met his last American wife, and then she smiles with the knowledge that evil never ages and always wins. Wish turns Ari’s wheel of complaint one more time, and lands on a free space, which means it’s after midnight and she’s allowed to leave. This triggers Ari’s whine that she’s going to be left by herself. Ugh, say point-blank that you want Biniyam specifically to be around more, instead of this stream of vague references to being lonely, or say you think you made a mistake and are looking forward to having a backyard hot tub in the USA! USA! USA!
“Did you say passive aggressive,” Melyza steps in. “Because I can show you how empty greetings are done.”
“Can I do that in this voice?” Ari asks. “Because this is my voice.”
Melyza is uncertain. “Do you have anything with a squeal? Here, rub vaseline over it until it sounds more like exasperation. It’s gonna take a few more layers.”
“A few more layers?” Britt has been paged. “Have you tried Logical Mind?”
The next day Ari’s parents are poised to arrive, and Ari is hoping she can talk with Biniyam about her need for adult time, since he goes right to the “studio” after work, and then returns home exhausted and eager to ignore her. Ari says she feels like she traveled thousands of miles to raise a child alone, which couldn’t possibly be why American wife #1 bounced, when it was “problems with his job” if memory serves. As Biniyam installs a toilet seat, Ari tells him to greet her father as Dr. Weinberg, and to prepare to drive a Uhaul’s worth of baby goods from the airport.
Ari deals with Biniyam’s shady operations by going through his phone, which is apparently an electronic Rolodex with more desperate white women than the average Real Housewives’ cast. She says the one thing she asked him to do…on Thursday was to not turn off his phone, and while he’s perfectly ok clicking it off to silence Ari, he’s unwilling to do that when he’s actually around her. So yeah, another message comes through while she’s talking to herself, and she snatches his phone away, somehow resisting the urge to catapult it out the window.
Ari is sailing on the wings of glee that her parents generously sprung for a second hotel room, so her mother can come into the room when Ari or Avi start crying. She loads up all the things she’ll soon be chucking into the hotel dumpster, and plans to wait in the hotel lobby while Biniyam hustles to pick up her fam. Biniyam tells her that the one thing he “forgot” to do is take time off so he can actually spend time with the in-laws he doesn’t know, but has no problem taking money from. Ari pissed he’s bouncing the very first night her parents are there, and couldn’t get someone to cover his gigolo shift.
Biniyam brings flowers to the airport to further underscore that Colt is the only MF too lazy to do this. He greets Janice and Dr. Weinberg, and the doc promptly vetoes repeated references to his profession, before he spends his entire vacation explaining to people that he can’t check their moles, because he’s a cardiologist. Janice is sick of standing in the airport worrying about Ari, and declares an intention to swallow the baby whole so she can smuggle it out.
They hang out together as a family for a short stretch of time, before Biniyam announces his intention to bounce, and Ari warns him that she’s already embarrassed, and he’d better not sleep through the next day (which he definitely will). Biniyam is uneasy because Janice recently made detective in the bullshit police. Notepad at the ready, Janice wonders if he doesn’t know his schedule much in advance, so maybe he didn’t have sufficient time to get his shift covered, and Ari calls this making excuses, but Janice calls it getting to the bottom of this.
“It’s complicated work,” Biniyam says to his interviewer, who is confused until Biniyam clarifies that he’s talking about his job. “If I have to tell her everything, my love for her will grow smaller. Yes Hallmark, you may use this.”
Teayang is crying for the first time, and it’s not what you think. This brave child thoughtfully absorbed 20% of his family’s darkness so they could interact peacefully, but it will take his powerful light seconds to restore enough to overcome it.
“Father, I’ve concluded crying, and pray this didn’t overly inconvenience you,” he signs to Jihoon. “Sometimes it is only through great sacrifice that one becomes family. Hush now, and bring my mother seaweed soup so that she is fortified against anemic suffering.”
“Are you the cutest baby bingo bah! Are you the woogiest wookie dookie? Badabapp to mummy with that widdle chubby belly!” Deavan narfs, while Teayang continues taking cool, cleansing breaths that travel from his root chakra straight to his crown, fearful that he doesn’t have the meditative strength to soothe all of us at home.
“Do you see why I like fire?” Drascilla asks, shoving a fistful of paste in her mouth and jabbing at a socket with a fork.
Jihoon and Deavan are going through difficult times. Deavan was pregnant, which freaked her out at first, and then she remembered that Teayang can move objects with his mind, which means if child #2 is equally gifted they have the foundation of a Marvel movie franchise. Unfortunately they lost the baby, and their grief brought them closer together, with Jihoon stepping up to take care of his wife. Deavan thanks Jihoon for being supportive, and clearly I’ve taken the weeds too far, because someone replaced Dark Deavan with this imposter.
“I never thought a miscarriage would happen to me,” There she is! “Because I can’t imagine anything bad happening without being scheduled. Have you read The Secret? I’ve only been inviting good things.”
“Have you considered NXIVM?” Allison Mack, get the fuck out of here. “It’s a great way to vaguely make the world a better place, while not actually doing anything for other people. You know that last election? You’re welcome.”
Deavan’s also getting love-bombed by Jihoon’s mother, who is trying to spend more time with her so that she feels less heartsick. Mother Jihoon arrives to take Deavan out to the Korean version of Wall Drug, along with the Instigation Device (ID) that cackles wildly when it disrupts perfectly innocent exchanges with a smattering of insults. Again: I need one. Deavan is displaying optimism and enthusiasm, and Mother Jihoon thinks the oven cleaner went to her head, so she’d better get some more on the way home. They explore a primitive Korean house and take turns pretending to use the squatting bathroom, complete with grunting noises and Mother Jihoon shouting “Push! Push!”, proving yet again that toilet humor is the universal language.
“This museum is very cool,” Deavan says to ID.
“You can go fuck yourself,” ID translates.
“AMAZING! Say this place is AMAZING,” she pleads.
“It’s okay. I guess,” ID supplies.
Mother Jihoon asks if she’s having a hard time, and Deavan confirms this, and says the miscarriage has her struggling a lot. Mother Jihoon says that as a woman, she admires Deavan’s courage, and as a grandmother, she’ll do whatever Teayang tells her to do. She then says she’ll try hard to maintain this relationship, and Deavan says she’ll do the same. Here’s a nice hugging family moment. That spark in the background is the fuse just before these two detonate.
That cheesestick is about to become cheese kindling, cause Mama Stick’s in town, and ain’t no party like a yellow #5 party! This is mom’s (Robin’s) first trip to South America, and she’s coming with her sis (Aunt Carmen). Melyza intends to sleep at her parents’ house while the two travelers are in town, and Cheese thinks they’ll be offended by this, while Melyza thinks she doesn’t owe Robin a damn thing, since she threatened to Larissa her. In a shocking twist, Cheese fully understands Melyza’s point of view, and thinks they just need to talk. Wait, what? When does he call her a bitch for talking about his mom? TLC, you’re changing on me.
At the airport Melyza stops in the bathroom to spray herself in plastic and huff some nitrous, which gives her a gummy smile as she runs at Robin to greet her. They arrange themselves in the taxi, and Robin tries, “Do you speak English?” And with that she’s outed as American. Robin redeems herself by admiring the architecture and how beautiful everything is, and how this isn’t nearly the shithole drug den country Hollywood promised. They get comfortable in their new apartment, and Robin asks how they’re doing, and Melyza explains that their segment is super boring. Robin gets that. So does Carmen. Melyza then reports she’s going to leave to be with her parents.
“So we’re going to be stuck in this segment without you,” Carmen has concerns. “You know that means we’re going to talk about you, right?”
“Yes, I would prefer if this happened,” Melyza is back, and drifts away until she’s forced into conversation the next day. Robin brings up being in the middle of one of their arguments in the US of A, and says there were safety concerns, and if they’re unhappy they should move on. Melyza feels like it’s not really an apology, but she doesn’t really apologize either, so they’ll just skip hand and hand into the passive-aggressive jungles together, until they run into Paul.
Sumit makes his shrine look extra festive to celebrate his divorce, while preparing for his next marriage by listing family and friends likely to bring large gifts. I’m glad this tradition exists outside of America. Four days later their celebration is severed at the knee when COVID-19 comes to India, and Jenny tries to ward it off by covering her entire body in American flags, but guess who doesn’t have PPE, Jenny? After a few weeks of quarantine both Jenny and Sumit are relieved that they don’t have to leave the house and pretend to care about employment, and are displaying the goofball slaphappy disposition all couples that didn’t divorce experienced during lockdown. Still, it’s creeping ever closer to Jenny’s visa expiration, and if she’s going to stay they have to get hitched, and it’s unclear whether or not Sumit is willing to do this if his parents object. Jenny’s daughter Christina calls and is freaking out about COVID, because if something happens, she can’t help her mother. Notice Jenny does not express similar concern for her daughter, because on 90DF, the children always parent the parents.
“I want to go outside,” Jenny declares, speaking for all of us.
NEXT TIME: Deavan’s family arrives and Jihoon’s bladder is under threat, Kenny and Armando face further rejection in Mexico, and Kenny’s optimism dims, Cheesestick tells his mom that Melyza tapped her well of back-up dicks while they were apart, Brittany continues working her way through her Piss Off Yazan checklist, Ari takes a stand on baptism, and Jenny and Sumit are ready for ring ceremony which will take place without parents, but not before Jenny’s audition for Steel Magnolias.
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2020.11.11 03:25 fractalfay You’re a Sin: Recap of 90DF The Other Way S02E19

Welcome to another action-packed recap of your favorite rom-com slasher film, The Other Way, where each couple features one person making decisions, and the other passive-aggressively second guessing them.
Brittany and Yazan’s relationship reboots every 2AM, so they enjoy the same argument over and over without ever getting anywhere. Multiple visits to Jordan have done nothing to convince Brittany that it’s a Muslim country, so she’s readying to live with Yazan despite the brutal smackdown his family will likely inflict for such transgressions. According to Yazan, before she even got on the plane Brittany crossed oceans and bent time, until she stood square in the road in front of Yazan. This poor man was just trying to drive with one knee while holding a whopper in one hand and a phone in the other, when boom, crash, his car was sacrificed to the compatibility gods. Instead of congratulating Brittany for her fantastic demonstration of psychic prowess, Yazan loses his shit.
“Why did you leave your curves in the road?” Yazan demands, and yes, I just did that.
Now Brittany is trying to figure out how to arrange her embarrassment for the remainder of the car ride with a camera crew. First she says she’s not going, and then upgrades to going, but not for him, but so she can have a vacation with her friend Angela. They’re just going to take a photo sitting in one of those giant beach chairs, they’re gonna smash a penny into the shape of a monument, get some salt water taffy, and then Brittany is so done. She declares she has no more patience for a “broke-ass narcissistic mama’s boy,” and misses the good old days, when she dated Jeffrey Epstein’s black book of elderly men pondering crossing the bridge into pedophilia, but for now settling on braces.
“I don’t know what narcissistic means,” she adds, in case people start wondering how she missed this in herself. “On the plane my Logical Mind took over, and if you’re going to get a drugstore fragrance, that’s the one.”
Meanwhile, compulsive liar Yazan tells the crew he was innocently shoving candy hearts into his phone, over and over and over again, when his great grief from her diabetes inspired him to crash. He tells the crew that he lovingly sent her pictures of the damage, and expected her to comfort him in his time of traumatized transportation, because he forgot he was calling Brittany, and that he is himself. Despite this horrible unwarranted attack from the harpy he’s shackled to, Yazan hopes she gets on the plane so they have the chance to do this in person.
Yazan is at the airport, but Brittany’s doesn’t see him, because she’s already received the full dose of drama she was hoping to coax out with her tequila t-shirt. She doesn’t text him to see if he’s there, and he doesn’t take this action either, so instead she enjoys a quiet cab ride to a hotel. The last thing Brittany wants is to be with someone who is manipulative and gets caught doing it. I mean, hide a marriage or something.
“Exactly,” Sumit concurs.
“I hate her, but I love her,” Yazan declares, watching her get into a cab without him. “I’d like Ryan Gosling to play me in the film. Look at this face. This one is ‘hurt, but desperate.’”
The next day Britt’s friend arrives to apply to host the Tell-All, and she’s killing this interview. She takes in the news that Britt is done with Yazan, but Angela didn’t come to Jordan to see Britt and taste olives at a public market. Angela also expresses concern for Yazan, considering the magnitude of his loss, and tries to point out that he’s a person.
“Maybe there’s something deeper going on,” Angela Tell-All’s.
“It’s not my problem,” Brittany narcissisms.
“But it is. That’s your man.” Angela describes Brittany’s profound selfishness as a “defense mechanism,” she bought with her Boss Babe coaster set, and someone has a few returns to make at the Dollar Tree.
Yazan calls and says he’s distraught, and they have some boring argument. Then Britt tells Angela not to worry, her tourism plan is to go to the exact neighborhood Yazan asked her to avoid, because if anyone knows the hazards of fundamentalist Islam, it’s the chick pretending to consider it.
The next day they wake up, and Angela, who has Google, is wearing a turtleneck and covering everything but her head. Britt, on the other hand, decides to take her titties for a strut, despite being warned this is a bad idea. Once at the market, Britt is surprised that between her skin exposure and the camera crew following them around, they’re starting to attract too much attention.
“It’s a sin!” Someone barks at her outfit, which fails to respond, because clothes don’t have mouths.
“You’re a sin,” Brittany retorts on behalf of her outfit, proving that the “I’m rubber and you’re glue” defense endures the test of time.
Angela wants to know if wearing a hijab reroutes this harassment, and Britt thinks her height, race, and curves aren’t things easy to hide, so no, not really. Britt suggests they get a drink to recover, while Angela wonders if it’s illegal there, and Britt says there are bars, and drinking is widely accepted, save for small conservative families like Yazan’s. You know, the family she’s supposedly marrying into.
They go to a bar, and either don’t notice or don’t care that they’re the only women in attendance. They order drinks and whoop it up, and Angela says she still wants to meet Yazan, and understand how this relationship even happened. Britt admits she misses him, and could be more supportive and patient. Angela says that this sort of calm reporting is probably what Yazan needs to hear, if he ever stops yelling himself, and if the studio audience claps loud enough we can talk her into making that call right now. So Britt calls Yazan and tells him she’s downtown, and he waits a full beat before saying he’s on his way. Then she starts hitting the sauce like she’s lubricating a slip and slide, and plans to drift all the way to a grassy landing with an unspilled Corona Lite in her hand the minute Yazan arrives.
Over in Ethiopia, Little Avi is crying, just to prove Ari’s parentage. Ari reports that she’s tired from breast feeding and has no support, save for the dozens of people who constantly stop by that she doesn’t want to see. On this particular day she’s greeted by Wish and Artemis, and Ari tells them that she wishes Biniyam’s job were something tame, like a freelance writer, and not 69ing his ex on stage before flirting with drunk women he might marry. Wish assures her that the club where Biniyam works is a meat market, and that’s where he met his last American wife, and then she smiles with the knowledge that evil never ages and always wins. Wish turns Ari’s wheel of complaint one more time, and lands on a free space, which means it’s after midnight and she’s allowed to leave. This triggers Ari’s whine that she’s going to be left by herself. Ugh, say point-blank that you want Biniyam specifically to be around more, instead of this stream of vague references to being lonely, or say you think you made a mistake and are looking forward to having a backyard hot tub in the USA! USA! USA!
“Did you say passive aggressive,” Melyza steps in. “Because I can show you how empty greetings are done.”
“Can I do that in this voice?” Ari asks. “Because this is my voice.”
Melyza is uncertain. “Do you have anything with a squeal? Here, rub vaseline over it until it sounds more like exasperation. It’s gonna take a few more layers.”
“A few more layers?” Britt has been paged. “Have you tried Logical Mind?”
The next day Ari’s parents are poised to arrive, and Ari is hoping she can talk with Biniyam about her need for adult time, since he goes right to the “studio” after work, and then returns home exhausted and eager to ignore her. Ari says she feels like she traveled thousands of miles to raise a child alone, which couldn’t possibly be why American wife #1 bounced, when it was “problems with his job” if memory serves. As Biniyam installs a toilet seat, Ari tells him to greet her father as Dr. Weinberg, and to prepare to drive a Uhaul’s worth of baby goods from the airport.
Ari deals with Biniyam’s shady operations by going through his phone, which is apparently an electronic Rolodex with more desperate white women than the average Real Housewives’ cast. She says the one thing she asked him to do…on Thursday was to not turn off his phone, and while he’s perfectly ok clicking it off to silence Ari, he’s unwilling to do that when he’s actually around her. So yeah, another message comes through while she’s talking to herself, and she snatches his phone away, somehow resisting the urge to catapult it out the window.
Ari is sailing on the wings of glee that her parents generously sprung for a second hotel room, so her mother can come into the room when Ari or Avi start crying. She loads up all the things she’ll soon be chucking into the hotel dumpster, and plans to wait in the hotel lobby while Biniyam hustles to pick up her fam. Biniyam tells her that the one thing he “forgot” to do is take time off so he can actually spend time with the in-laws he doesn’t know, but has no problem taking money from. Ari pissed he’s bouncing the very first night her parents are there, and couldn’t get someone to cover his gigolo shift.
Biniyam brings flowers to the airport to further underscore that Colt is the only MF too lazy to do this. He greets Janice and Dr. Weinberg, and the doc promptly vetoes repeated references to his profession, before he spends his entire vacation explaining to people that he can’t check their moles, because he’s a cardiologist. Janice is sick of standing in the airport worrying about Ari, and declares an intention to swallow the baby whole so she can smuggle it out.
They hang out together as a family for a short stretch of time, before Biniyam announces his intention to bounce, and Ari warns him that she’s already embarrassed, and he’d better not sleep through the next day (which he definitely will). Biniyam is uneasy because Janice recently made detective in the bullshit police. Notepad at the ready, Janice wonders if he doesn’t know his schedule much in advance, so maybe he didn’t have sufficient time to get his shift covered, and Ari calls this making excuses, but Janice calls it getting to the bottom of this.
“It’s complicated work,” Biniyam says to his interviewer, who is confused until Biniyam clarifies that he’s talking about his job. “If I have to tell her everything, my love for her will grow smaller. Yes Hallmark, you may use this.”
Teayang is crying for the first time, and it’s not what you think. This brave child thoughtfully absorbed 20% of his family’s darkness so they could interact peacefully, but it will take his powerful light seconds to restore enough to overcome it.
“Father, I’ve concluded crying, and pray this didn’t overly inconvenience you,” he signs to Jihoon. “Sometimes it is only through great sacrifice that one becomes family. Hush now, and bring my mother seaweed soup so that she is fortified against anemic suffering.”
“Are you the cutest baby bingo bah! Are you the woogiest wookie dookie? Badabapp to mummy with that widdle chubby belly!” Deavan narfs, while Teayang continues taking cool, cleansing breaths that travel from his root chakra straight to his crown, fearful that he doesn’t have the meditative strength to soothe all of us at home.
“Do you see why I like fire?” Drascilla asks, shoving a fistful of paste in her mouth and jabbing at a socket with a fork.
Jihoon and Deavan are going through difficult times. Deavan was pregnant, which freaked her out at first, and then she remembered that Teayang can move objects with his mind, which means if child #2 is equally gifted they have the foundation of a Marvel movie franchise. Unfortunately they lost the baby, and their grief brought them closer together, with Jihoon stepping up to take care of his wife. Deavan thanks Jihoon for being supportive, and clearly I’ve taken the weeds too far, because someone replaced Dark Deavan with this imposter.
“I never thought a miscarriage would happen to me,” There she is! “Because I can’t imagine anything bad happening without being scheduled. Have you read The Secret? I’ve only been inviting good things.”
“Have you considered NXIVM?” Allison Mack, get the fuck out of here. “It’s a great way to vaguely make the world a better place, while not actually doing anything for other people. You know that last election? You’re welcome.”
Deavan’s also getting love-bombed by Jihoon’s mother, who is trying to spend more time with her so that she feels less heartsick. Mother Jihoon arrives to take Deavan out to the Korean version of Wall Drug, along with the Instigation Device (ID) that cackles wildly when it disrupts perfectly innocent exchanges with a smattering of insults. Again: I need one. Deavan is displaying optimism and enthusiasm, and Mother Jihoon thinks the oven cleaner went to her head, so she’d better get some more on the way home. They explore a primitive Korean house and take turns pretending to use the squatting bathroom, complete with grunting noises and Mother Jihoon shouting “Push! Push!”, proving yet again that toilet humor is the universal language.
“This museum is very cool,” Deavan says to ID.
“You can go fuck yourself,” ID translates.
“AMAZING! Say this place is AMAZING,” she pleads.
“It’s okay. I guess,” ID supplies.
Mother Jihoon asks if she’s having a hard time, and Deavan confirms this, and says the miscarriage has her struggling a lot. Mother Jihoon says that as a woman, she admires Deavan’s courage, and as a grandmother, she’ll do whatever Teayang tells her to do. She then says she’ll try hard to maintain this relationship, and Deavan says she’ll do the same. Here’s a nice hugging family moment. That spark in the background is the fuse just before these two detonate.
That cheesestick is about to become cheese kindling, cause Mama Stick’s in town, and ain’t no party like a yellow #5 party! This is mom’s (Robin’s) first trip to South America, and she’s coming with her sis (Aunt Carmen). Melyza intends to sleep at her parents’ house while the two travelers are in town, and Cheese thinks they’ll be offended by this, while Melyza thinks she doesn’t owe Robin a damn thing, since she threatened to Larissa her. In a shocking twist, Cheese fully understands Melyza’s point of view, and thinks they just need to talk. Wait, what? When does he call her a bitch for talking about his mom? TLC, you’re changing on me.
At the airport Melyza stops in the bathroom to spray herself in plastic and huff some nitrous, which gives her a gummy smile as she runs at Robin to greet her. They arrange themselves in the taxi, and Robin tries, “Do you speak English?” And with that she’s outed as American. Robin redeems herself by admiring the architecture and how beautiful everything is, and how this isn’t nearly the shithole drug den country Hollywood promised. They get comfortable in their new apartment, and Robin asks how they’re doing, and Melyza explains that their segment is super boring. Robin gets that. So does Carmen. Melyza then reports she’s going to leave to be with her parents.
“So we’re going to be stuck in this segment without you,” Carmen has concerns. “You know that means we’re going to talk about you, right?”
“Yes, I would prefer if this happened,” Melyza is back, and drifts away until she’s forced into conversation the next day. Robin brings up being in the middle of one of their arguments in the US of A, and says there were safety concerns, and if they’re unhappy they should move on. Melyza feels like it’s not really an apology, but she doesn’t really apologize either, so they’ll just skip hand and hand into the passive-aggressive jungles together, until they run into Paul.
Sumit makes his shrine look extra festive to celebrate his divorce, while preparing for his next marriage by listing family and friends likely to bring large gifts. I’m glad this tradition exists outside of America. Four days later their celebration is severed at the knee when COVID-19 comes to India, and Jenny tries to ward it off by covering her entire body in American flags, but guess who doesn’t have PPE, Jenny? After a few weeks of quarantine both Jenny and Sumit are relieved that they don’t have to leave the house and pretend to care about employment, and are displaying the goofball slaphappy disposition all couples that didn’t divorce experienced during lockdown. Still, it’s creeping ever closer to Jenny’s visa expiration, and if she’s going to stay they have to get hitched, and it’s unclear whether or not Sumit is willing to do this if his parents object. Jenny’s daughter Christina calls and is freaking out about COVID, because if something happens, she can’t help her mother. Notice Jenny does not express similar concern for her daughter, because on 90DF, the children always parent the parents.
“I want to go outside,” Jenny declares, speaking for all of us.
NEXT TIME: Deavan’s family arrives and Jihoon’s bladder is under threat, Kenny and Armando face further rejection in Mexico, and Kenny’s optimism dims, Cheesestick tells his mom that Melyza tapped her well of back-up dicks while they were apart, Brittany continues working her way through her Piss Off Yazan checklist, Ari takes a stand on baptism, and Jenny and Sumit are ready for ring ceremony which will take place without parents, but not before Jenny’s audition for Steel Magnolias.
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2020.11.11 03:23 fractalfay It’s Complicated Work: Recap of 90DF The Other Way S02E19

Welcome to another action-packed recap of your favorite rom-com slasher film, The Other Way, where each couple features one person making decisions, and the other passive-aggressively second guessing them.
Brittany and Yazan’s relationship reboots every 2AM, so they enjoy the same argument over and over without ever getting anywhere. Multiple visits to Jordan have done nothing to convince Brittany that it’s a Muslin country, so she’s readying to live with Yazan despite the brutal smackdown his family will likely inflict for such transgressions. According to Yazan, before she even got on the plane Brittany crossed oceans and bent time, until she stood square in the road in front of Yazan. This poor man was just trying to drive with one knee while holding a whopper in one hand and a phone in the other, when boom, crash, his car was sacrificed to the compatibility gods. Instead of congratulating Brittany for her fantastic demonstration of psychic prowess, Yazan loses his shit.
“Why did you leave your curves in the road?” Yazan demands, and yes, I just did that.
Now Brittany is trying to figure out how to arrange her embarrassment for the remainder of the car ride with a camera crew. First she says she’s not going, and then upgrades to going, but not for him, but so she can have a vacation with her friend Angela. They’re just going to take a photo sitting in one of those giant beach chairs, they’re gonna smash a penny into the shape of a monument, get some salt water taffy, and then Brittany is so done. She declares she has no more patience for a “broke-ass narcissistic mama’s boy,” and misses the good old days, when she dated Jeffrey Epstein’s black book of elderly men pondering crossing the bridge into pedophilia, but for now settling on braces.
“I don’t know what narcissistic means,” she adds, in case people start wondering how she missed this in herself. “On the plane my Logical Mind took over, and if you’re going to get a drugstore fragrance, that’s the one.”
Meanwhile, compulsive liar Yazan tells the crew he was innocently shoving candy hearts into his phone, over and over and over again, when his great grief from her diabetes inspired him to crash. He tells the crew that he lovingly sent her pictures of the damage, and expected her to comfort him in his time of traumatized transportation, because he forgot he was calling Brittany, and that he is himself. Despite this horrible unwarranted attack from the harpy he’s shackled to, Yazan hopes she gets on the plane so they have the chance to do this in person.
Yazan is at the airport, but Brittany’s doesn’t see him, because she’s already received the full dose of drama she was hoping to coax out with her tequila t-shirt. She doesn’t text him to see if he’s there, and he doesn’t take this action either, so instead she enjoys a quiet cab ride to a hotel. The last thing Brittany wants is to be with someone who is manipulative and gets caught doing it. I mean, hide a marriage or something.
“Exactly,” Sumit concurs.
“I hate her, but I love her,” Yazan declares, watching her get into a cab without him. “I’d like Ryan Gosling to play me in the film. Look at this face. This one is ‘hurt, but desperate.’”
The next day Britt’s friend arrives to apply to host the Tell-All, and she’s killing this interview. She takes in the news that Britt is done with Yazan, but Angela didn’t come to Jordan to see Britt and taste olives at a public market. Angela also expresses concern for Yazan, considering the magnitude of his loss, and tries to point out that he’s a person.
“Maybe there’s something deeper going on,” Angela Tell-All’s.
“It’s not my problem,” Brittany narcissisms.
“But it is. That’s your man.” Angela describes Brittany’s profound selfishness as a “defense mechanism,” she bought with her Boss Babe coaster set, and someone has a few returns to make at the Dollar Tree.
Yazan calls and says he’s distraught, and they have some boring argument. Then Britt tells Angela not to worry, her tourism plan is to go to the exact neighborhood Yazan asked her to avoid, because if anyone knows the hazards of fundamentalist Islam, it’s the chick pretending to consider it.
The next day they wake up, and Angela, who has Google, is wearing a turtleneck and covering everything but her head. Britt, on the other hand, decides to take her titties for a strut, despite being warned this is a bad idea. Once at the market, Britt is surprised that between her skin exposure and the camera crew following them around, they’re starting to attract too much attention.
“It’s a sin!” Someone barks at her outfit, which fails to respond, because clothes don’t have mouths.
“You’re a sin,” Brittany retorts on behalf of her outfit, proving that the “I’m rubber and you’re glue” defense endures the test of time.
Angela wants to know if wearing a hijab reroutes this harassment, and Britt thinks her height, race, and curves aren’t things easy to hide, so no, not really. Britt suggests they get a drink to recover, while Angela wonders if it’s illegal there, and Britt says there are bars, and drinking is widely accepted, save for small conservative families like Yazan’s. You know, the family she’s supposedly marrying into.
They go to a bar, and either don’t notice or don’t care that they’re the only women in attendance. They order drinks and whoop it up, and Angela says she still wants to meet Yazan, and understand how this relationship even happened. Britt admits she misses him, and could be more supportive and patient. Angela says that this sort of calm reporting is probably what Yazan needs to hear, if he ever stops yelling himself, and if the studio audience claps loud enough we can talk her into making that call right now. So Britt calls Yazan and tells him she’s downtown, and he waits a full beat before saying he’s on his way. Then she starts hitting the sauce like she’s lubricating a slip and slide, and plans to drift all the way to a grassy landing with an unspilled Corona Lite in her hand the minute Yazan arrives.
Over in Ethiopia, Little Avi is crying, just to prove Ari’s parentage. Ari reports that she’s tired from breast feeding and has no support, save for the dozens of people who constantly stop by that she doesn’t want to see. On this particular day she’s greeted by Wish and Artemis, and Ari tells them that she wishes Biniyam’s job were something tame, like a freelance writer, and not 69ing his ex on stage before flirting with drunk women he might marry. Wish assures her that the club where Biniyam works is a meat market, and that’s where he met his last American wife, and then she smiles with the knowledge that evil never ages and always wins. Wish turns Ari’s wheel of complaint one more time, and lands on a free space, which means it’s after midnight and she’s allowed to leave. This triggers Ari’s whine that she’s going to be left by herself. Ugh, say point-blank that you want Biniyam specifically to be around more, instead of this stream of vague references to being lonely, or say you think you made a mistake and are looking forward to having a backyard hot tub in the USA! USA! USA!
“Did you say passive aggressive,” Melyza steps in. “Because I can show you how empty greetings are done.”
“Can I do that in this voice?” Ari asks. “Because this is my voice.”
Melyza is uncertain. “Do you have anything with a squeal? Here, rub vaseline over it until it sounds more like exasperation. It’s gonna take a few more layers.”
“A few more layers?” Britt has been paged. “Have you tried Logical Mind?”
The next day Ari’s parents are poised to arrive, and Ari is hoping she can talk with Biniyam about her need for adult time, since he goes right to the “studio” after work, and then returns home exhausted and eager to ignore her. Ari says she feels like she traveled thousands of miles to raise a child alone, which couldn’t possibly be why American wife #1 bounced, when it was “problems with his job” if memory serves. As Biniyam installs a toilet seat, Ari tells him to greet her father as Dr. Weinberg, and to prepare to drive a Uhaul’s worth of baby goods from the airport.
Ari deals with Biniyam’s shady operations by going through his phone, which is apparently an electronic Rolodex with more desperate white women than the average Real Housewives’ cast. She says the one thing she asked him to do…on Thursday was to not turn off his phone, and while he’s perfectly ok clicking it off to silence Ari, he’s unwilling to do that when he’s actually around her. So yeah, another message comes through while she’s talking to herself, and she snatches his phone away, somehow resisting the urge to catapult it out the window.
Ari is sailing on the wings of glee that her parents generously sprung for a second hotel room, so her mother can come into the room when Ari or Avi start crying. She loads up all the things she’ll soon be chucking into the hotel dumpster, and plans to wait in the hotel lobby while Biniyam hustles to pick up her fam. Biniyam tells her that the one thing he “forgot” to do is take time off so he can actually spend time with the in-laws he doesn’t know, but has no problem taking money from. Ari pissed he’s bouncing the very first night her parents are there, and couldn’t get someone to cover his gigolo shift.
Biniyam brings flowers to the airport to further underscore that Colt is the only MF too lazy to do this. He greets Janice and Dr. Weinberg, and the doc promptly vetoes repeated references to his profession, before he spends his entire vacation explaining to people that he can’t check their moles, because he’s a cardiologist. Janice is sick of standing in the airport worrying about Ari, and declares an intention to swallow the baby whole so she can smuggle it out.
They hang out together as a family for a short stretch of time, before Biniyam announces his intention to bounce, and Ari warns him that she’s already embarrassed, and he’d better not sleep through the next day (which he definitely will). Biniyam is uneasy because Janice recently made detective in the bullshit police. Notepad at the ready, Janice wonders if he doesn’t know his schedule much in advance, so maybe he didn’t have sufficient time to get his shift covered, and Ari calls this making excuses, but Janice calls it getting to the bottom of this.
“It’s complicated work,” Biniyam says to his interviewer, who is confused until Biniyam clarifies that he’s talking about his job. “If I have to tell her everything, my love for her will grow smaller. Yes Hallmark, you may use this.”
Teayang is crying for the first time, and it’s not what you think. This brave child thoughtfully absorbed 20% of his family’s darkness so they could interact peacefully, but it will take his powerful light seconds to restore enough to overcome it.
“Father, I’ve concluded crying, and pray this didn’t overly inconvenience you,” he signs to Jihoon. “Sometimes it is only through great sacrifice that one becomes family. Hush now, and bring my mother seaweed soup so that she is fortified against anemic suffering.”
“Are you the cutest baby bingo bah! Are you the woogiest wookie dookie? Badabapp to mummy with that widdle chubby belly!” Deavan narfs, while Teayang continues taking cool, cleansing breaths that travel from his root chakra straight to his crown, fearful that he doesn’t have the meditative strength to soothe all of us at home.
“Do you see why I like fire?” Drascilla asks, shoving a fistful of paste in her mouth and jabbing at a socket with a fork.
Jihoon and Deavan are going through difficult times. Deavan was pregnant, which freaked her out at first, and then she remembered that Teayang can move objects with his mind, which means if child #2 is equally gifted they have the foundation of a Marvel movie franchise. Unfortunately they lost the baby, and their grief brought them closer together, with Jihoon stepping up to take care of his wife. Deavan thanks Jihoon for being supportive, and clearly I’ve taken the weeds too far, because someone replaced Dark Deavan with this imposter.
“I never thought a miscarriage would happen to me,” There she is! “Because I can’t imagine anything bad happening without being scheduled. Have you read The Secret? I’ve only been inviting good things.”
“Have you considered NXIVM?” Allison Mack, get the fuck out of here. “It’s a great way to vaguely make the world a better place, while not actually doing anything for other people. You know that last election? You’re welcome.”
Deavan’s also getting love-bombed by Jihoon’s mother, who is trying to spend more time with her so that she feels less heartsick. Mother Jihoon arrives to take Deavan out to the Korean version of Wall Drug, along with the Instigation Device (ID) that cackles wildly when it disrupts perfectly innocent exchanges with a smattering of insults. Again: I need one. Deavan is displaying optimism and enthusiasm, and Mother Jihoon thinks the oven cleaner went to her head, so she’d better get some more on the way home. They explore a primitive Korean house and take turns pretending to use the squatting bathroom, complete with grunting noises and Mother Jihoon shouting “Push! Push!”, proving yet again that toilet humor is the universal language.
“This museum is very cool,” Deavan says to ID.
“You can go fuck yourself,” ID translates.
“AMAZING! Say this place is AMAZING,” she pleads.
“It’s okay. I guess,” ID supplies.
Mother Jihoon asks if she’s having a hard time, and Deavan confirms this, and says the miscarriage has her struggling a lot. Mother Jihoon says that as a woman, she admires Deavan’s courage, and as a grandmother, she’ll do whatever Teayang tells her to do. She then says she’ll try hard to maintain this relationship, and Deavan says she’ll do the same. Here’s a nice hugging family moment. That spark in the background is the fuse just before these two detonate.
That cheesestick is about to become cheese kindling, cause Mama Stick’s in town, and ain’t no party like a yellow #5 party! This is mom’s (Robin’s) first trip to South America, and she’s coming with her sis (Aunt Carmen). Melyza intends to sleep at her parents’ house while the two travelers are in town, and Cheese thinks they’ll be offended by this, while Melyza thinks she doesn’t owe Robin a damn thing, since she threatened to Larissa her. In a shocking twist, Cheese fully understands Melyza’s point of view, and thinks they just need to talk. Wait, what? When does he call her a bitch for talking about his mom? TLC, you’re changing on me.
At the airport Melyza stops in the bathroom to spray herself in plastic and huff some nitrous, which gives her a gummy smile as she runs at Robin to greet her. They arrange themselves in the taxi, and Robin tries, “Do you speak English?” And with that she’s outed as American. Robin redeems herself by admiring the architecture and how beautiful everything is, and how this isn’t nearly the shithole drug den country Hollywood promised. They get comfortable in their new apartment, and Robin asks how they’re doing, and Melyza explains that their segment is super boring. Robin gets that. So does Carmen. Melyza then reports she’s going to leave to be with her parents.
“So we’re going to be stuck in this segment without you,” Carmen has concerns. “You know that means we’re going to talk about you, right?”
“Yes, I would prefer if this happened,” Melyza is back, and drifts away until she’s forced into conversation the next day. Robin brings up being in the middle of one of their arguments in the US of A, and says there were safety concerns, and if they’re unhappy they should move on. Melyza feels like it’s not really an apology, but she doesn’t really apologize either, so they’ll just skip hand and hand into the passive-aggressive jungles together, until they run into Paul.
Sumit makes his shrine look extra festive to celebrate his divorce, while preparing for his next marriage by listing family and friends likely to bring large gifts. I’m glad this tradition exists outside of America. Four days later their celebration is severed at the knee when COVID-19 comes to India, and Jenny tries to ward it off by covering her entire body in American flags, but guess who doesn’t have PPE, Jenny? After a few weeks of quarantine both Jenny and Sumit are relieved that they don’t have to leave the house and pretend to care about employment, and are displaying the goofball slaphappy disposition all couples that didn’t divorce experienced during lockdown. Still, it’s creeping ever closer to Jenny’s visa expiration, and if she’s going to stay they have to get hitched, and it’s unclear whether or not Sumit is willing to do this if his parents object. Jenny’s daughter Christina calls and is freaking out about COVID, because if something happens, she can’t help her mother. Notice Jenny does not express similar concern for her daughter, because on 90DF, the children always parent the parents.
“I want to go outside,” Jenny declares, speaking for all of us.
NEXT TIME: Deavan’s family arrives and Jihoon’s bladder is under threat, Kenny and Armando face further rejection in Mexico, and Kenny’s optimism dims, Cheesestick tells his mom that Melyza tapped her well of back-up dicks while they were apart, Brittany continues working her way through her Piss Off Yazan checklist, Ari takes a stand on baptism, and Jenny and Sumit are ready for ring ceremony which will take place without parents, but not before Jenny’s audition for Steel Magnolias.
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2020.11.02 20:24 jason_kandel Why did Clark and Chloe never get a real shot?

I loved Clark and Lana, and I really liked Clark and Lois, but I want to know why the potential of a Clark-Chloe relationship was wasted and never given a real shot. Tom Welling and Allison Mack had great chemistry, and I think it could’ve worked well (though I loved them as platonic friends in the later seasons and hated Chloe before she found out) I would’ve liked to see them date for more than a couple episodes in Season 1, I believe they could’ve had a half season or more long relationship arc in S1 and 2 before Clark and Lana got together, with their cause of breakup being that they both know it won’t work because Clark loves Lana too much, so they end on good terms and she encourages him to go for it, as she knows she loves him too.
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2020.10.26 22:06 incorruptible_bk Vanguard's Day of Judgement: Keith Raniere gets sentenced at the EDNY Courthouse

Vanguard's Day of Judgement: Keith Raniere gets sentenced at the EDNY Courthouse
This post will be used to aggregate news from the sentencing of Keith Raniere. I'll try to highlight the longtime beat reporters and voices of survivors.
Given the possibility of crowding at the EDNY complex and COVID-19 rules, I will not attempt to enter the building to try to observe like with the Bronfman sentencing. I may check what goes on with the press gaggle outdoors and see if survivors wish to leave their statements.
If you find interesting Tweets or articles, please suggest them in the comments and I'll put them in the post with a shoutout.

Raniere Sentencing Day -1 (10/26/2020) Clips

7:35AM, NY Daily News "NXIVM sex cult leader Keith Raniere denied new trial, rants about justice" by Noah Goldberg
Judge Nicholas Garaufis ruled that Raniere’s motion for a new trial was filed too late, and that “even if Mr. Raniere’s motion were timely, it would fail on other grounds” — adding that affidavits from two devoted followers “is neither material nor exculpatory.”
Raniere is set to be sentenced Tuesday after being convicted of sex trafficking and conspiracy charges.
10:00AM New York Times: "Sex Cult Leader, Facing Life Sentence, Regrets Nothing" by Nicole Hong
Several victims are expected to testify when Keith Raniere, the founder of Nxivm, is sentenced this week for sex trafficking, extortion and other crimes.
11:29AM Vice "NXIVM Survivor India Oxenberg on Why She Didn't Believe She Was Brainwashed" by Sarah Berman
The 29-year-old victim of a notorious slavery-themed blackmail scheme will deliver a statement at Raniere’s sentencing in Brooklyn federal court Tuesday, but Oxenberg says she won’t address the convicted sex trafficker directly. “He doesn’t have the ability to feel remorse or empathy, so it’s more about me communicating the facts,” she said in an interview with VICE News. “I’m addressing the judge.”
2:30PM Ayla Ferrone tweets:
Excited to partner with @GiulianaBrunoTV and @WTEN for coverage on the sentencing of #NXIVM leader Keith Raniere tomorrow.
2:30PM NYT: "A Timeline of the Nxivm Sex Cult Case" by Carla Correa
3:00PM Jaclyn Angro tweets:
"Supporters of Keith Raniere from Make Justice Blind are having a press conference outside Federal Court in Brooklyn."
4:00PM ABC News: "NXIVM founder Keith Raniere to face sentencing" by Aaron Katersky
Keith Raniere returns to Brooklyn federal court on Tuesday to learn his sentence for running NXIVM, a self-help organization prosecutors labeled a "criminal enterprise" exploited by Raniere for power, profit and sex.
4:51PM New York Post: "Nxivm sex-cult sicko Keith Raniere set to speak at his sentencing tomorrow" by Rebecca Rosenberg & Kate Sheehy
The convict’s lawyer, Marc Agnifilo, told The Post on Monday, “He has the constitutional right to speak to the judge, and I expect that he will do so.’’

Raniere Sentencing Day (10/27/2020) Clips

1:21AM Our subreddit's own u/yescruz takes a late night photo of the MDC and says "i wonder if KR’s getting any sleep tonight!"
[Ed Note: here are some statements from survivors of the cult who have come forward. Many other victims are anonymous Jane/John Does or use only their first names. Please keep that in mind]
2:02AM Susan Dones tweets:
Having a hard time sleeping, but really need it, long week Flew into NYC today to speak at #KeithRaniere sentencing I know a lot of ExNx can't or don't want to be at this historic event. Know I stand strong & carry you all in my heart as speak to the 😈 man What's that? LIFE....
5:39AM Mark Vicente tweets
Today prisoner 57005-177 will be sentenced. For us recent whistleblowers, this has been over three years in the making. For those who came before us, DECADES. We stand on the shoulders of many brave women who tried so hard to warn everyone. Thank you!
7:32AM Ivy Nevares: "My victim impact statement addendum on Keith Raniere"
Raniere stole nearly 17 years of my life and labor. He took credit for the work I did and the skills I built during his nearly 11-year absence in our relationship, as he shunned me for an “ethical breach” I supposedly committed against him. Initially, the “breach” was raising questions about Raniere’s conduct and promiscuity, then it morphed into my gaining weight, then it became something no one could define. A solution is impossible if a problem cannot be defined. Through these imaginary infractions, Raniere directed most of the community to shun me, making me a pariah until I figured out the impossible task of remedying the “breach.”
An ever-moving target, these “ethical breaches” kept me in a perpetual state of indebtedness and, as hard as I tried, no remedy was ever enough. Raniere and his women used “breaches” to enforce and justify their crimes and abuses. I was not alone in this, but I am the person he penalized and marginalized the longest in NXIVM’s history.
[Ed note: Here are a couple messages from the Albany press corps, some of whom hit the road early to get to the courthouse. Show some love to the Capital Region reporters who had to do a lot of travel to cover both the story and the local reaction from the Clifton Park area.]
5:00AM Democrat & Chronicle**: "NXIVM founder Keith Raniere faces possible life sentence Tuesday" by** Jon Campbell
Raniere, who spent much of his youth in Suffern, Rockland County, continues to have a series of devoted followers, including many who wrote letters to Garaufis in support of him.
Among them were Nicki Clyne, an actor known for her role in the Sci-Fi Channel's Battlestar Galactica series, who submitted an affidavit in support of Raniere's bid for a new trial, which Garaufis rejected last week.
Raniere's sentencing is scheduled to begin Tuesday morning and last for much of the day, as several of his victims plan to deliver statements to the judge.
5:56AM Giuliana Bruno of WTEN tweets from the road:
On the road dark and early this morning. Headed from Albany to Brooklyn for Keith Raniere’s sentencing. I know a lot of you will be interested in this, so I’ll start a thread of some background & recent developments to get you ready for the day. @WTEN
6:47AM Jaclyn Cangro of Spectrum News Albany tweets from Brooklyn:
Good morning from Brooklyn.
#NXIVM co-founder Keith Raniere will be sentenced here this morning.
He faces life in prison.
7:01AM Albany Times-Union: "NXIVM founder Keith Raniere faces sentencing Tuesday" by Robert Gavin
At least eight victims are expected to deliver statements to the judge, including a Mexican woman, now 30, whom Raniere began a sexual relationship with when she was 15. In November 2005, Raniere took photos of the girl, which led to his conviction of a racketeering act of possessing child pornography.
[Ed Note: Here's coverage from national-level media]
CourtTV (on YouTube today): NXIVM 'sex cult' leader Keith Raniere learns his fate
?:??AM Associated Press: "Long prison stint looms for defiant self-help guru" by Tom Hays & Larry Neumeister
6:39AM CNN: "Nxivm founder could be sentenced to life today. A teen victim's father and others are lined up in his defense" by Sonia Moghe
Jurors heard testimony about Raniere grooming the girl, whom CNN is not naming, and having sex with her. Her sister, who was identified only as Daniela during the trial, testified that after she found out Raniere was having sex with her sister, he told her, "... there were some women -- girls -- that were more emotionally mature than others."
In his affidavit ahead of Raniere's sentencing, the girl's father describes Raniere as, "Honest, Whole, Brilliant Intelligence, always ready to help, Cheerful and In Love with Humanity."
That victim is now an adult who is expected to attend Raniere's sentencing and "may wish to address the court further," prosecutors said in a court filing.
6:56AM CBS News tweets
The mastermind of the so-called cult #NXIVM Keith Raniere will be sentenced for his crimes today, which include sex-trafficking. Ahead on @CBSThisMorning, @NikkiBattiste speaks to one victim about what she hopes will come out of Raniere's sentencing.
[Ed Note: remaining items will be sorted by time, regardless of source]
7:35AM Jaclyn Cangro tweets
People are already lining up outside of court. Many are members of the #NXIVM Five/@BlindfoldHer. Some are part of various film and documentary crews. When I spoke to the court yesterday, they said they wouldn’t be letting people in early (due to COVID).
8:27AM Giuliana Bruno tweets video from the scene, and the line has lengthened (there are other -proceedings today so it may not all be Raniere related)
I’ll be live outside Federal Court in Brooklyn in about 5 mins. Keith #Raniere, leader of NXIVM, scheduled to be sentenced at 11 AM. @WTEN
8:43AM Jaclyn Cangro tweets
Some of Raniere’s supporters were at his trial, but they were pretty quiet. In recent months, they’ve been showing more support for the #NXIVM leader. It’ll be interesting to see any interactions between people who have left NXIVM and those who still support him.
8:46AM Spanish-language author Juan Vázquez tweets (w. machine translation below)
Ya afuera de la corte @EDNYnews donde hay una fila de gente esperando ingresar a la sentencia de #KeithRaniere líder de la empresa #NXIVM. En algunas horas más información.
Already out of @EDNYnews courthouse where there is a line of people waiting to enter the sentence of #KeithRaniere company leader #NXIVM. More information in a few hours.
9:06AM J.T. Fetch tweets:
#NXIVM: Good morning from outside Brooklyn Federal court. Waiting in line to head inside for #KeithRaniere's sentencing at 11am. Social distancing is in effect & masks are being worn due to #COVID19. @CBS6Albany
9:26AM Fetch tweets:
#NXIVM just saw Paul DerOhannesian, one of #KeithRaniere's defense attorneys entering the courthouse @CBS6Albany
9:38AM Juan Vázquez tweets (w. machine translation below)
Llegada de la grandiosa Barbara Bouchey a la corte. Su historia a detalle en mi libro *#*NXIVM la Secta que Sedujo al poder en México, publicado por @megustaleermex @TheVowHBO #Raniere #Sentencia
The grand arrival of Barbara Bouchey to court. Her story in detail is my book *#*NXIVM the Sect That Seduced Power in Mexico, published by @megustaleermex @TheVowHBO #Raniere #Sentencia
[Ed note: it's close to the 11AM start-time. I am sticking to aggregating coverage from Twitter and other sources, which will only be sporadic during the actual proceeding due to a blanket ban on devices in the courthouse. I would expect a recess to be called in the mid-late afternoon at which point there will be an update as to who has spoken.]
11:11AM Ryan Parker (of The Hollywood Reporter) tweets:
Wow. Per Keith Raniere sentencing: "Two overflow courtrooms and the cafeteria are full and public/media are not being allowed into the courthouse at this point," court official says.
11:16AM, ibid
They may open yet another courtroom for overflow, official says.
11:54AM Ayla Ferrone tweets (away from the courthouse):
Getting some intel on who will give victim impact statements today. Spoke with @ToniNatalie1017 this morning who is there in person, @catoxenberg says her daughter India is there in person as well. @sarahjedmondson tells me she sent a video statement. #NXIVM @WTEN
12:05PM Reuters: "NXIVM leader Keith Raniere faces possible life in prison at sentencing hearing in New York" by Brandon Pierson
12:15PM Frank Parlato's blog (you know how to search for it) states that Camila has spoken. Awaiting corroboration elsewhere.
❗1:00PM NY Times: "Victim Describes Abuse by Keith Raniere, Leader of Nxivm Sex Cult" by Nicole Hong
Her voice trembling, the witness, identified only as Camila, recalled on Tuesday the precise date that she was sexually abused by Keith Raniere, the leader of a self-improvement company called Nxivm that prosecutors described as a sex cult.
It was Sept. 18, 2005, she said in her victim statement. She was 15, and he was 46. He insisted, she said, that they both recognize the date as their anniversary.
The relationship lasted 12 years, Camila said, with Mr. Raniere repeatedly summoning her, sexually abusing her and taking nude pictures of her. She said she attempted suicide once.
“He wanted me to believe that my only value came from how he felt about me,” said Camila, who was the first victim speak at Mr. Raniere’s sentencing hearing. “It has taken a long time to process the trauma he caused.”
[…] Camila said on Tuesday that Mr. Raniere had “damaged me in so many ways,” and that she had to have an abortion “at his direction.”
❗1:14PM NY Post: "Keith Raniere’s first sex slave breaks her silence about Nxivm’s ‘monster'" By Lorena Mongelli and Kate Sheehy
“He screwed with my mind for so long,’’ said the woman, Camila, during victim-impact statements before Raniere’s sentencing in federal court on charges including sex-trafficking and racketeering.
“It is difficult for me to utter his name, so I will only refer to him as ‘he,’” […]
“I can still hear his voice in my head — it continues to be a daily struggle.’’
Camila said she met the lecherous leader at age 13 — and “from the start, I could not feel comfortable around him,’’ but others pushed her toward him. […]
“He told me to keep it a secret, and he would ask me to sneak out of the home to meet in a place where we were isolated from everyone,’’ Camila told the court.
“He took naked pictures of me — the experience of being photographed is seared in my memory,’’ said the woman — whose porn victimization led prosecutors to charge Raniere with child pornography.
She said Raniere branded her with his initials, as he did several other women, but “to brand someone you allegedly care for is never normal.”
She said the creepy convict, who liked to chow down on pizza and cake — but keep his stable of sex slaves rail-thin — criticized her about her weight to the point where she developed an eating disorder.
“I’m 5’5. His goal for me was to weigh 100 pounds or less,’’ Camila said.
“He robbed me of my youth,’’ the woman said. “He used my innocence to do whatever he wanted with me.
“It has taken a long time for me to begin to process the trauma he caused,’’ the victim said.
“Today, I still have trouble identifying the line between a normal relationship and an abusive one.’’
But “I learned that survival is instinctive even in the most twisted circumstances.”
1:26PM Daily Beast: "NXIVM Victims Confront Sex-Cult Leader Keith Raniere: ‘Nothing Noble About Abusing a Child’ by Pilar Melendez
Sarah Edmondson, a former top recruit in NXIVM who was one of the original whistleblowers against the organization, also addressed the court via video. Speaking directly to Raniere, she slammed the cult leader for being a “liar, parasite, and a grifter” who manipulated people seeking personal growth.
“In a curriculum that focused on personal growth—you have taken none,” she said. The 43-year-old, who was part of a secret group forced to have Raniere’s initials branded on them, said she removed the marking with plastic surgery.
1:48PM Pilar Melendez tweets
“I will be the victim of Keith Ranieres for the rest of my life—but I don’t need to act like one,” India Oxenberg told the court during #KeithRaniere's sentencing today.
"We will always have predators. But this is about taking one predator from the streets and that means something. That moves the needle," Nicole, a former NXIVM member who testified during Raniere's trial, said today.
Read more about Nicole here:
https://t.co/ult6WvQitF
[2:25PM Ed Note: There is a recess and several journalists who were inside are recapping. I will post threads below. Apparently all victim-impact statements have been made, and all that remains is for Raniere and/or his lawyers to speak]
Picking out recaps of note:
Jaclyn Cangro:
Four members of the Mexican family broken by Raniere spoke. Middle daughter confined to a room: “I survived not b/c you were merciful. Because I was resilient” The youngest, who had sex with Raniere at 15: “Survival is instinctive, even in the most extreme circumstances” #NXIVM
Brother: “Chaos follows Keith wherever he goes” Mother: If Raniere could feel what he did to her family “you would fall to your knees and ask for forgiveness.” The oldest daughter and father remain loyal to Raniere. #NXIVM
Giuliana Bruno:
I talked to @bjbouchey while we waited in the security checkpoint heading into court. She said she felt more “at peace” heading into today than she did for Bronfman’s sentencing, adding that her relationship with Keith was “different.”
Jaclyn Cangro (h/t u/swissmiss_76**)**
A number of the people who spoke brought up they have thought of suicide. The most emotional person was Kristin Keefe, who has a son with Raniere. “I can never get back the 20 years he’s subjected me to.” She is still trying to work out a child support agreement #NXIVM
Ayla Ferrone (h/t u/sly_boots)
Just spoke with @GiulianaBrunoTV on her break. She tells me they have wrapped up victim impact statements and are moving on to hear from the prosecution and defense. #NXIVM
3:20PM I'm at the EDNY entrance where there's an incredibly large number of news cameras assembled. Frank Parlato is holding his own miniature press conference with a few reporters.
4:05PM Reporters are beginning to take up tactical positions, possibly in anticipation of a sentence announcement.
(Keep in mind that the court usually comes to a halt between 4-5PM, and the local evening news crews (the largest camera contingent) will want to be ready for live shots.)

BREAKING: SENTENCE IS 120 YEARS

@EDNYNews: Nxivm founder and leader Keith Raniere sentenced to 120 years in prison.

In addition, Raniere has been assessed a $1,750,000 fine, per Pilar Melendez on Twitter
As u/Trisolaran_arbitrage notes, Pilar Melendez (and Jaclyn Cangro) note that terms of Raniere's sentence include no contact with members of NXIVM. I believe this will require a close reading of Judge Garaufis's ruling, as there are possible issues involving the mother of Raniere's child.
Several persons have reported Raniere engaged in some strange incredible double-talk during his address to the judge. Robert Gavin noted the following:
  • Keith Raniere professed his innocence in court, claimed the victims were lying in their statements and then said he was “deeply remorseful.” Raniere: “I am truly sorry. It’s still painful.”
  • Keith Raniere said not to blame codefendants Nancy Salzman, Clare Bronfnan, Lauren Salzman, Allison Mack,calls them “good souls.”
  • He also dropped in that he knows Mack cooperated with the prosecution.
About the Sentence
Judge Garaufis has filed his own Sentencing Memorandum. This may clarify how the 120 year sentence was imposed. There are also extracts of victim statements that have not made it into the roundup.
But of particular note, the $1.75 million fine imposed on Raniere will result in a lien placed on the estate of the late Pamela Cafritz, Raniere's girlfriend from whom he is believed to have inherited a substantial sum. Cafritz has been accused of acting as Raniere's madam and co-conspirator, so perhaps some justice is being done beyond the grave here.
Last item: Mr. Raniere in the dock
Here is the courtroom artist's sketch of India Oxenberg giving her testimony about Keith Raniere, who was dressed in his prison jumpsuit. It may be the last depiction of Raniere we get for a while.
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2019.11.27 21:52 Roto_G Week 13 Matchup Guide - Part 1

PART 1 of 2

This week is going to be a little bit different in terms of our release schedule due to Thanksgiving. We are likely releasing Part 2 and 3 on Friday afternoon/evening, but there is a chance Part 2 comes out tomorrow during Thanksgiving. Depends on how much turkey and wine is consumed.

GLOSSARY

DVOA (Defense-adjusted Value Over Average) calculates a team's success based on the down-and-distance of each play during the season, then calculates how much more or less successful each team is compared to the league average.
DVOA Pass/Run Defense Rank: Team’s NFL rank in DVOA pass or run defense so far this season. #1 means best DEF against the pass/run, #32 means worst DEF against the pass/run.
ATS = Against the spread

Chicago Bears (-1) at Detroit Lions

Bears ATS: 3-8-0 Lions ATS: 4-7-0
Projected Team Totals: Bears 20 Lions 19

Bears

Opp (DET) Pass DVOA: #24
Opp (DET) Run DVOA: #20
Injuries to Watch DEF (DET): CB Jamal Agnrew (D) CB Rashaan Melvin (D)
Injuries to Watch OFF (CHI): WR Taylor Gabriel (OUT) TE Ben Braunecker (OUT) OT Bobby Massie (OUT) TE Adam Shaheen (OUT)
Key WCB matchups: Allen Robinson vs. Darius Slay (ESPN)
Relevant Target Share %’s (Last 6 Weeks): Allen Robinson (24%) Tarik Cohen (18%) Anthony Miller (16%) Taylor Gabriel (15%) David Montgomery (8%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 12: David Montgomery (62%, 15, 3) Tarik Cohen (55%, 13, 9)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Bears “took advantage” of a below average Giants defense last week, and were able to score an impressive 19 points last week. All jokes aside, Mitchell Trubisky (upgrade) was horrendous in the early going, but once again managed to somewhat salvage his day in the second half. He and the Bears will turn their attention to the Lions this week for their second meeting in four games. Last time out, Trubisky had his typical rough performance but did post 3 TDs in the 20-13 win. The Lions are in a free fall right now, and may be down to their third string quarterback this week, so the team outlook is fairly good for the Bears this week. Trubisky, however, is still hard to trust as more than a QB2 streamer. The upside is that the Lions are allowing 8th most FPPG to QBs. The downside is that Trubisky’s ceiling is relatively low - he’s hasn’t gone over 21 points yet this year. There are worse options (I think) in 2 QB leagues this week, but that’s only due to the matchup.
The only wideout that this offense has been capable of supporting is Allen Robinson, and even he has struggled to consistently produce. It looked like another tough day for him last week, but miraculously the Bears realized he’s their best player on offense, and started to feed him the ball in the second half. The issue this week will be potential shadow coverage from Darius Slay. Slay actually ranks as the 72nd best CB by coverage grade, but is still an effective shadow option for a team that otherwise struggles in pass coverage (PFF). Still, Robinson is in the WR2/3 discussion as the clear top target in this offense, and will hopefully not have to wait until the second half to see the ball come his way consistently. All other Bears receiving options are off the fantasy radar at this point outside of extremely deep leagues. Taylor Gabriel has been ruled out for Thursday, and his absence may open up a few more opportunities for the other WRs. Anthony Miller (deep PPR) should see some of those targets, and his target share percentage is on the rise, but he’s mostly a short to intermediate route runner, and would therefore need volume to hold value. That volume hasn’t been there in this offense, but you could do worse in deep PPR leagues considering the matchup and Gariel’s absence. The TE position can be ignored entirely here. If you own Robinson, you are likely starting him, but otherwise this passing offense should be avoided.
RB Breakdown
To say the Bears offense has been inept this year would be putting it mildly, and their running game has been no exception. It’s entirely possible that David Montgomery (upgrade) has left a lot of yards on the field as he gets acclimated to the speed of the NFL, but he certainly hasn’t been put in a good position either. Tarik Cohen (upgrade PPR) has moved back into a more even timeshare the past few weeks, and is finally showing some of the game-breaking ability of last year, but he too has completely underwhelmed for fantasy purposes. After an anemic performance from both backs last week, they’ll now face a Lions rush defense that cedes the 2nd most FPPG to RBs, so a bounce back may be in order for both RBs. Montgomery has a low floor at this point, but his goal-line role and 13+ touch guarantee (we think) keep him in the low-end RB2 discussion this week, and there’s potential for a breakout week considering the matchup. Cohen has been active in the pass game the past three weeks, so his floor in PPR is decently high, but his ceiling isn’t unless he breaks a long play or scores multiple TDs. Consider him on the RB2/3 borderline in PPR leagues, and more of a low-end flex option in standard formats.

Lions

Opp (CHI) Pass DVOA: #7
Opp (CHI) Run DVOA: #12
Injuries to Watch DEF (CHI): LB Danny Trevathan (D) CB Sherrick McManis (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (DET): QB Jeff Driskel (Q) QB Matt Stafford (OUT) WR Marvin Hall (D)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (Last 6 Weeks): Marvin Jones (22%) Danny Amendola (18%) Kenny Golladay (16%) TJ Hockenson (10%) J.D. McKissic (10%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 12: Bo Scarbrough (51%, 18, 1) Ty Johnson (36%, 6, 2) J.D. McKissic (15%, 3, 2)
QB/WTE Breakdown
It’s been a tough year for the Lions, and while some if can be blamed on coaching and personnel, much of it is due to their horrendous injury luck. Already down Matthew Stafford, whom the Lions are internally discussing a shutdown with, they may now be missing Jeff Driskel (injury/matchup downgrade) this week. The young QB is dealing with a hamstring issue and was limited in Tuesday’s practice. If he cannot play, rookie David Blough would be forced into action. Blough obviously would be off of fantasy radars, but the bigger concern for fantasy purposes is how much of a negative affect his presence would have on the Lions offensive weapons. If Driskel is able to gut out the injury, he too would be off the radar, as Chicago is limiting QBs to the 6th fewest FPPG.
The uncertainty at quarterback has to have owners invested in this passing game extremely nervous. The matchup is also a threat - Chicago yields the 2nd fewest FPPG to WRs. If Driskel is cleared, Kenny Golladay (downgrade) and Marvin Jones should likely be fired up, as they’ve both shown ceilings that can win you a week. Golladay has been on a downward trend in terms of targets, and that may in part be due to the switch at QB. He should be knocked down to low-end WR2 with Driskel healthy considering the matchup, and downgraded even further to low-end WR3 if the rookie Blough has to start. Jones has been fairly consistent the past few weeks, and is seeing a 22% target share over the past 6 weeks, so he needs to be in all lineups as a WR2 if Driskel is healthy. He too would be downgraded into the WR3 ranks if Driskel is ruled out, so be sure to monitor injury reports leading up to Thursday. Owners will have to make some tough calls if Blough is forced to start. Danny Amendola (deep PPR) has been a steady slot presence, but is only an option in deep PPR leagues due to his lack of upside and short average depth of target. TJ Hockenson (drop) has been utterly disappointing since his early breakout, and should likely be on waivers at this point. He isn’t operating at 100% (shoulder) and isn’t seeing targets. It’s time to move on, at least until Stafford comes back (if he does).
RB Breakdown
There’s a new beast in town, and his name is Bo Scarbrough (flex standard). The young RB was again the lead ball carrier for the Lions last week and turned 18 carries into 98 yards. He did fumble once, but fumbling was never a problem for him in college (0 fumbles in 3 years) and Detroit seems committed to using him as their early down runner. The matchup isn’t ideal - 12th best run DVOA and 14th most FPPG allowed to RBs - but with the Lions reeling at QB they will likely run the Alabama product early and often. Ty Johnson mixed in for a few snaps, but saw only 6 touches and is off the fantasy radar. JD McKissic didn’t see much of the field, only receiving 15% of snaps, and he too can be completely ignored. With another 15+ carry game coming Scarbrough can be viewed as a low to mid-range RB2 in standard leagues, and more of a flex option in PPR leagues. The downgrade at QB if Driskel is out would put a huge damper on his outlook, as negative game flow would potentially push him out of the game plan. But if Driskel starts, the Bears offensive ineptitude should give the Lions a chance to stay competitive, and would raise Scarbrough’s scoring opportunities significantly.
Score Prediction: Bears 17, Lions 13

Buffalo Bills at Dallas Cowboys (-7)

Bills ATS: 7-3-1 Cowboys ATS: 7-4-0
Projected Team Totals: Bills 19 Cowboys 26

Bills

Opp (DAL) Pass DVOA: #18
Opp (DAL) Run DVOA: #18
Injuries to Watch DEF (DAL): LB Leighton Vander Esch (OUT) DT Antwaun Woods (D) S Jeff Heath (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (BUF): WR Robert Foster (Q) C Mitch Morse (Q) T Ty Nsekhe (D)
Key WCB matchups: John Brown vs. Byron Jones (ESPN, likely not full shadow)
Relevant Target Share %’s (Last 6 Weeks): John Brown (28%) Cole Beasley (19%) Isaiah McKenzie (13%) Devin Singletary (11%) Dawson Knox (11%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 12: Devin Singletary (71%, 22, 2) Frank Gore (29%, 15, 0)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Bills are in a nice position to sneak into the playoffs this year, and second year QB Josh Allen deserves at least some of the credit. He has done a good job of exploiting plus matchups and has consistently produced solid fantasy lines. Last week’s win against Denver is a great example, he was held to under 200 passing yards, but ran for 56 yards and threw two TDs. This week he and the Bills travel to Dallas for a tough matchup against a solid defense. On the season, the Cowboys have the 18th ranked pass DVOA and give up the 9th fewest FPPG to QBs. The bigger concern here is the low projected point total, as Vegas doesn’t see the Bills breaking 20 points. Allen’s rushing ability props up his floor considerably, but in a matchup like this his ceiling is somewhat limited. Consider him right on the QB1/2 borderline; he may not win you your week, but has shown it’s unlikely he’ll lose it for you.
Owners who took a shot on John Brown in the late rounds this year are patting themselves on the back, and rightly so. He’s been one of the more consistent plays at the position, and his floor has settled in at 8 points (.5PPR) while his ceiling is potentially a week winner. This week he’ll face a solid secondary - Dallas cedes the 4th fewest FPPG to WRs - so a matchup downgrade is in order. Still, he’s almost guaranteed to catch 5+ passes, and only needs one big play to have a great day. Consider him a solid WR2 this week, just be aware his upside is lower in this matchup, and he may face a tough individual matchup of CB Byron Jones. Cole Beasley (downgrade) is only an option in deeper PPR leagues, having hit over 80 yards just once this year. He’s scored a few TDs the past few weeks, but is simply too inconsistent to trust on a week where no teams are on bye. Consider him a WR4 at this point without much upside in a tough matchup. Dawson Knox (drop) is off the fantasy radar, as his early season breakout is in the rear view mirror, and owners rostering him for the upside need to move on. All other wideouts are well off the fantasy radar in this low volume passing offense.
RB Breakdown
Once again making plays all over the field, Devin Singletary is showing signs of being a force for the Bills offense moving forward. He topped 100 scrimmage yards for the second time this season last week, and did so on only 22 touches. Frank Gore is a thorn in the side of Singletary owners, as he may vulture some goal-line looks and continues to earn 10+ touches every game, but that shouldn’t be overly concerning. The Cowboys have a run defense that is near league average - 18th ranked run DVOA and 15th most FPPG to RBs - so that doesn’t need to be factored in to the equation. While the Bills may struggle to put up 20+ points in this potentially low scoring affair, Singletary’s workload keeps him in the RB2 mix in all formats. All he needs is a rushing or receiving score to reach his ceiling considering the yardage he will likely rack up. Gore is no more than a desperation flex play in deep standard leagues, one who is extremely likely to leave you wanting more.

Cowboys

Opp (BUF) Pass DVOA: #5
Opp (BUF) Run DVOA: #26
Injuries to Watch DEF (BUF): DB Siran Neal (P)
Injuries to Watch OFF (DAL): T La’el Collins (Q) G Zach Martin (Q) G Connor Williams (Q)
Key WCB matchups: Amar Cooper vs. Tre’Davious White (ESPN)
Relevant Target Share %’s (Last 6 Weeks): Michael Gallup (21%) Amari Cooper (19%) Randall Cobb (18%) Jason Witten (15%) Ezekiel Elliott (9%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 12: Ezekiel Elliott (88%, 25, 4) Tony Pollard (19%, 7, 4)
QB/WTE Breakdown
It would appear that the only quarterback immune from Bill Belicheck’s defense this year is Lamar Jackson, a potential runaway favorite for MVP. Dak Prescott predictably struggled in the tough weather in Foxborough, and Stephon Gillmore and company shut down the impressive group of weapons for Dallas. Back at home in the comfy confines of AT&T stadium, it’s unlikely Dak is held to under 10 points again this week. However, the Bills have been stout against the pass - 5th ranked DVOA and 3rd fewest FPPG allowed to QBs. Buffalo’s weakness is in the run game, so it wouldn’t be surprising to see the Cowboys look to run the ball early and often. Still, Dak is working with an elite group of receivers, and is capable of putting together a good line against most defenses. Treat him as a lower-end QB1 due to the matchup, but only bench him if you have an elite alternative option or a streamer with a top-end matchup. Potentially getting more of his starting offensive line back healthy would be an upgrade to him, and to the entire offense.
It’s hard to blame the Cowboys wideouts for underperforming last week, considering the conditions and the matchup, but those who started Amari Cooper or Michael Gallup are wishing for a do over. Things won’t get much easier this week - Buffalo has the 5th ranked DVOA and cedes 8th fewest FPPG to WRs - but at least they’ll be back at home playing in the dome. Cooper can be plugged back into lineups as a borderline WR1 even in a potential shadow matchup with Tre’Davious White, and Gallup slots in as more of a WR2, although White’s attention on Cooper may open easier opportunities for Gallup. Both should likely be in lineups this week as Dak looks to get back on track, but their ceilings are a bit lower considering the difficult matchups the Bills boundary CBs present. Randall Cobb was actually the most productive receiver in last week’s defensive battle, and he’s flashed the speed and quickness that made him a star in Green Bay for a short time. His place as third on the target pecking order render him more of a WR3/4, but the last three weeks have shown what he can do when given the opportunity. Plug him into your lineup if you are desperate at WR, but know his ceiling is limited in a tough matchup with both Cooper and Gallup healthy. Jason Witten bottomed out at one catch for 5 yards last week, but is somehow still in the top-15 for TEs on the season in most formats. His consistency of making a catch in every game is nice, but his lack of upside means he’s no more than a low-end TE2.
RB Breakdown
One of the easiest situations to predict each week, Ezekiel Elliott (upgrade) remains a workhorse for this Cowboys offense, with Tony Pollard mixing in for a few snaps and giving Zeke a breather. The matchup is a plus this week as well - the Bills have the 26th ranked run DVOA and give up the 16th most FPPG to RBs. Zeke is an easy top-5 RB1 in all formats, and should be in all lineups. Pollard should be on all rosters as a strong handcuff. If Dallas gets a fully healthy offensive line this week, look for them to truly take advantage of the Bills subpar run defense and ride Zeke to a big day.
Score Prediction: Dallas 24, Bills 16

New Orleans Saints (-7) at Atlanta Falcons

Saints ATS: 7-4-0 Falcons ATS: 4-7-0
Projected Team Totals: Saints 28.25 Falcons 21.25

Saints

Opp (ATL) Pass DVOA: #29
Opp (ATL) Run DVOA: #11
Injuries to Watch DEF (ATL): CB Jordan Miller (P) DE Takkarist McKinley (Q) S Sharrod Neasman (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (NO): G Andrus Peat (D) FB Zach Line (D) T Terron Armstead (D) C/G Will Clapp (Q) WKR Deonte Harris (Q)
Key WCB matchups: Michael Thomas vs. Isaiah Oliver (ESPN, not full shadow but is an advantageous matchup)
Relevant Target Share %’s (Last 6 Weeks): Michael Thomas (28%) Alvin Kamar (24%) Jared Cook (17%) Latavius Murray (11%) Ted Ginn (10%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 12: Alvin Kamara (67%, 20, 9) Latavius Murray (39%, 7, 0)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Saints are back to their winning ways, and Drew Brees (start) again looks the part of a solid QB1 in fantasy. Against Carolina’s strong pass-defense last week, he put 300+ yards and 3 TDs, a line that used to be an every week occurrence for him. While he’s no longer a set-and-forget option anymore, Brees gets an excellent revenge matchup against the Falcons, a team that held him to 0 TDs in a shocking upset loss just 3 weeks ago. While they are a much improved unit, as that matchup showed, the Falcons are still a burnable matchup in the secondary. They’ve given up the 6th most FPPG to QBs on the season, although they have held them to the 9th fewest the past 4 weeks. Regardless, this game has shootout potential written all over it, and the Saints have one of the highest projected point totals of the week. Brees can be viewed as a QB1 this week, and it would be somewhat of an upset not to see him atone for his poor performance in Week 10 with a ‘boom’ week on Atlanta’s dome field this Sunday.
It’s not an overstatement to say that Michael Thomas (auto-start) has been far and away the best WR in the NFL this year, at least in terms of production. There’s no better player than a WR with a huge target share and high redzone usage, and that’s exactly what Thomas has this year. His consistency helps owners stabilize their lineups, and his boom weeks have likely carried a few to the playoffs. Keep riding him as an elite WR1, especially considering the favorable CB matchups he should see on the outside. Ted Ginn simply hasn’t come through this year, and continues to disappoint despite being given a plethora of opportunities to make big plays. He’s no more than a dart throw WR4 even in a plus matchup, especially with the Falcons playing better of late. He’ll likely break a long TD soon, but predicting it is like trying to guess when an asteroid will hit. It’s probably going to happen, but you likely won’t be there to witness it. Tre’quan Smith is perhaps the more reliable real life receiver for the Saints, but his role is too minimal to produce fantasy worth. Keep him on waivers outside of keepedynasty leagues. Jared Cook (upgrade) has seen a huge resurgence since the bye in Week 9. He’s averaging over 12 points per game (.5PPR) the last three games, and is suddenly deserving of a top-8 TE1 rank at this point of the season. Make sure he’s plugged into your lineup for this potential shootout, as he has become the #2 option for Drew Brees, and is an excellent red zone threat as well.
RB Breakdown
The Saints run game hasn’t been quite the dominant force of years past in recent weeks, and Alvin Kamara (upgrade) is on a bit of a cold streak (by his standards at least). Latavius Murray (upgrade standard) is also mixing a bit more than expected, and last week he broke off a long TD run that accounted for the only rushing TD for the Saints. Still, Kamara is one of the elite weapons in the game, and he’s simply too good to not have a blow-up game soon. Even in his “down” weeks, he’s not too bad either. The Falcons defense has stiffened in recent weeks, and on the season they have given up the 15th fewest FPPG to RBs. But Kamara’s role in an efficient offense make him an auto-start elite RB1 every week he’s active, and this feels like a “boom” week as New Orleans gets some revenge for Week 10’s dud. Murray is an inconsistent fantasy presence when Kamara is healthy, as he needs a rushing TD to be worth a start, but the high projected point total and potential for positive game script make this a week to give him a long look. Consider Murray on the RB2/3 borderline in standard leagues, and a decent flex in PPR leagues.

Falcons

Opp (NO) Pass DVOA: #11
Opp (NO) Run DVOA: #7
Injuries to Watch DEF (NO): CB Marshon Lattimore (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (ATL): TE Austin Hooper (OUT) WR Julio Jones (Q) TE Luke Stocker (Q) RB Devonta Freeman (P)
Key WCB matchups: Julio Jones vs. Marshon Lattimore (ESPN, full shadow, both players questionable with injuries)
Relevant Target Share %’s (Last 6 Weeks): Julio Jones (23%) Calvin Ridley (19%) Austin Hooper - Q (14%) Russell Gage (14%) Devonta Freeman - Q (12%) Christian Blake (10%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 12: Brian Hill (59%, 12, 4) Quadree Ollison (26%, 9, 1)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Falcons resurgence finally ran out of gas, as they fell at home to TB 35-22. Matt Ryan (drop) was unable to produce viable QB1 numbers in the dream matchup, bottoming out with 7.84 fantasy points. He simply cannot be trusted down the stretch, and those starting him this week will be praying for some garbage time points - it’s unlikely that lightning strikes twice, and the Falcons beat the first place Saints again.
It appears that stud CB Marshon Lattimore will likely continue to be sidelined with a hamstring injury, which is great news for Julio Jones. However, the star receiver picked up a shoulder injury of his own in the loss to TB, and is considered truly questionable for Thanksgiving’s evening showdown. If both he and CB Marshon Lattimore are active, they will face off in shadow coverage - but Julio is obviously a must start if active. If he is unable to go on the short week, expect Russell Gage to be heavily involved again. Due to Julio’s injury scare last week, the career special teamer played the second most snaps (64), only trailing Calvin Ridley (74). Even though NO is a much tougher matchup defensively than TB, both Ridley and Gage would become solid options if Julio were forced to miss Thursday’s action. Austin Hooper remained sidelined in Tuesday’s practice, and it appears he will be out again this week. Jaeden Graham and Luke Stocker filled in for the breakout TE, but neither are viable fantasy options - Graham has seen 4 targets in the two weeks Hooper has been out, and Stocker only 1.
RB Breakdown
Well, it’s official, Brian Hill (drop) was a massive bust for fantasy managers while Devonta Freeman (downgrade) was sidelined. When it came time to punch opportunities at the goal line, it was Qadree Ollison getting the work, not Hill. Freeman practiced without limitations as of Tuesday and is expected to suit up this week, rendering Hill back to waiver fodder. The matchup is disastrous - NO cedes only 12.9 FPPG to RBs, and boasts a top-7 Run DVOA. Freeman should be considered a low-ceiling RB3 this week, with volume hopefully keeping his floor high. The Falcons have been a train wreck most of the year and appeared to implode again last week, so it seems likely that negative game-script could derail any value the running backs have this week. Plan accordingly.
Score Prediction: Saints 30, Falcons 17

Green Bay Packers (-6.5) at NY Giants

Packers ATS: 7-4-0 Giants ATS: 4-7-0
Projected Team Totals: Packers 26 Giants 19.5

Packers

Opp (NYG) Pass DVOA: #27
Opp (NYG) Run DVOA: #14
Injuries to Watch DEF (NYG): SS Jabrill Peppers (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (GB): OT Bryan Bulaga (D)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (Last 6 Weeks): Davante Adams (33%) Jamaal Williams (14%) Allen Lazard (13%) Jimmy Graham (11%) Aaron Jones (10%) Geronimo Allison (10%) Marquez Valdes-Scantling (7%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 12: Aaron Jones (51%, 13, 1) Jamaal Williams (49%, 18, 8)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Packers were exposed on Sunday Night Football, as the 49ers finally got their signature win. The loss hurts cheesehead nation’s standing in the NFC North, as GB is now tied with divisional rival MIN at 8-3. Circle the Week 16 grudge match between the two teams on your calendar. Aaron Rodgers (upgrade) was exposed by the SF pass rush, completing 20/33 passes for 104 yards and a touchdown, good for a 3.2 average... not good. However, the Giants and their terrible secondary have been a get right spot for opposing quarterbacks all year - NYG surrenders 20.6 FPPG to QBs and 27.7 FPPG to WRs - fire up Rodgers as a top-end QB1 in the likely bounce back week.
Devante Adams (upgrade) was the only GB player not to bust last week, producing a 7-43-1 receiving line on 12 targets, he’s a matchup proof WR1. NYG ranks in the bottom-5 for Pass DVOA, so it’s likely another pass catcher is viable this week, but who that becomes is anyone’s guess. Allen Lazard has the largest target share of the wideouts after Adams, but he’s dart throw even in the great matchup. Geronimo Allison and Marquez Valdez-Scantling should be on the waiver wire in most formats, the volume just hasn’t been there. Jimmy Graham hasn’t found the end zone since Week 7, and hasn’t cleared 70-yards receiving in a game this year - he’s just a low floor back-end TE2, he should also be on the waiver wire in most formats.
RB Breakdown
A victim of negative game-script, Aaron Jones (upgrade) was only targeted once in the passing game, and only saw 13 touches. After the game, Matt LaFleur mentioned that he wanted to get Jones more involved, seems like we’ve heard that one before somewhere... Game-script should likely not be an issue this week, and owners can confidently fire him up as an RB1. Jamaal Williams (upgrade PPR) as seen solid usage in the passing game, and should be treated as a decent flex option in PPR formats. He should be rostered by Jones owners for the stretch run.

Giants

Opp (GB) Pass DVOA: #19
Opp (GB) Run DVOA: #28
Injuries to Watch DEF (GB): None
Injuries to Watch OFF (NYG): TE Evan Engram (Q) TE Rhett Ellison (Q) WR Golden Tate (Q)
Key WCB matchups: Darius Slayton vs. Kevin King, Sterling Shepard vs. Jaire Alexander (possible shadow matchups, King more vulnerable, ESPN)
Relevant Target Share %’s (Last 6 Weeks): Sterling Shepard (25%) Golden Tate (22%) Darius Slayton (17%) Evan Engram (17%) Saquon Barkley (16%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 12: Saquon Barkley (97%, 19, 3) Wayne Gallman (3%, 1, 0)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Giants went to Soldier Field last Sunday and gave CHI a game before falling 19-14. Daniel Jones (downgrade) gave a good effort against a fearsome pass rush, but ultimately turnovers again cost him; a third quarter strip sack by Khalil Mack gave CHI a two score lead that the Giants were never able to overcome. The GB secondary has not been as good of late, Green Bay’s Pass DVOA has been in freefall the last several weeks. Still, GB only cedes 15.4 FPPG to QBs and 20.2 to WRs. Fantasy managers should look elsewhere for a QB stream this week.
Sterling Shepard (upgrade volume) returned to action from an extended absence, posting a 5-15-0 receiving line on 9 targets, and it’s clear that Danny Dimes is going to look his way often - he’s received 9 targets in the three games he’s played with Dimes at the controls. The Giants added one receiver from the concussion protocol but lost another to it, as Golden Tate (likely OUT) was injured on his fourth-quarter touchdown grab against the Bears. If Tate can’t clear the protocol by Sunday, Shepard will likely shift to the slot with rookie Darius Slayton (upgrade volume) and Bennie Fowler manning the outside (Rotoworld). With Tate out, Shepard immediately enters the WR2/3 conversation, and Slayton becomes an upside WR3. Fowler shouldn’t be considered. It’s currently unclear if the Packers will use their CBs in shadow coverage. It’s up in the air if Evan Engram (foot) will be able to make his way back onto the field this week, so keep an eye on the injury report. If he’s active, he’s immediately back as a TE1. Rhett Ellison and Kaden Smith had been manning the fort in Engram’s absence, but neither were viable options. Ellison was inactive Week 12, and it’s unclear if he’ll make his way back from a concussion in time for Week 13.
RB Breakdown
Week 12 was another floor week for Saquon Barkley (upgrade), but that was mostly expected going up against CHI. GB projects as a bounce back week, and it’s likely the Giants get him involved in the passing game again, he was held to just two catches for one-yard last week. Fire Barkley up as a RB1 against a bottom-5 Run DVOA - GB gives up 23 FPPG to RBs, 4th worst. Wayne Gallman remains Barkley’s handcuff.
Score Prediction: Packers 27, Giants 20

Washington Redskins at Carolina Panthers (-10)

Redskins ATS: 4-7-0 Panthers ATS: 6-5-0
Projected Team Totals: Redskins 15 Panthers 25

Redskins

Opp (CAR) Pass DVOA: #8
Opp (CAR) Run DVOA: #31
Injuries to Watch DEF (CAR): DT Gerald McCoy (Q) S Eric Reid (Q) LB Shaq Thompson (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (WAS): WR Paul Richardson (Q) RB Chris Thompson (Q) QB Dwayne Haskins (Q, expected to play)
Key WCB matchups: Terry McLaurin vs. James Bradberry (likely full shadow, but Bradberry has been vulnerable)
Relevant Target Share %’s (Last 6 Weeks): Terry McLaurin (25%) Paul Richardson (14%) Kelvin Harmon (12%) Trey Quinn (12%) Jeremy Sprinkle (8%) Wendell Smallwood (8%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 12: Derrius Guice (43%, 11, 2) Adrian Peterson (33%, 11, 1) Wendell Smallwood (27%, 1, 1)
QB/WTE Breakdown The Redskins got into the win column for the second time against the fading Lions, yet in typical WSH fashion, the win wasn’t the featured story of the day. Dwayne Haskins (downgrade) wasn’t on the field for victory formation, because he was in the stands taking selfies with fans. It really doesn’t get any better than that. Haskins himself was not overly sharp while on the field, doing just enough to win, completing 13 of 29 passes for 156 yards and an interception. He’s not an option in any format.
Haskins under center has sunk rookie Terry McLaurin (downgrade), who was again overthrown by the rookie QB. Scary Terry put up his best line so far since the QB change, catching 5 passes for 72 scoreless yards. It’s likely a bumpy road moving forward, and it’s hard to trust the talented rookie wideout as more than a WR3 moving forward. Going against a top-10 Pass DVOA in CAR and a date with CB James Bradberry isn’t the place to start the rookie, although Bradberry has been burned by other #1 WRs of late. Consider McLaurin a back-end WR3 in the tough matchup - CAR gives up 23.9 FPPG to WRs. With Haskin’s throwing for only 172 yards per game as a starter, no other pass catcher in this anemic offense should be considered.
RB Breakdown
It seems like Chris Thompson is on the verge of a return for the Redskins, which would only muddy the waters of this backfield even more. Last week saw a RBBC featuring Adrian Peterson (upgrade), Derrius Guice (upgrade) and Wendall Smallwood. It’s likely a theme that continues the rest of the season, rendering all the options essentially useless. Guice has the highest ceiling, but due to his injury history is unlikely to receive a full workload this year. CAR is soft against the run - giving up 24.1 FPPG to RBs, 3rd worst - so Guice and Peterson can be considered as solid flex options in most formats. It’s unclear who would receive the glory work (goal line) at this point in time, making both options a bit of a crap shoot.

Panthers

Opp (WAS) Pass DVOA: #21
Opp (WAS) Run DVOA: #21
Injuries to Watch DEF (WAS): DT Daron Payne (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (CAR): OT Greg Little (Q) RB Jordan Scarlett (Q) LT Dennis Daley (Q)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (Last 6 Weeks): DJ Moore (27%) Christian McCaffrey (19%) Curtis Samuel (18%) Greg Olsen (15%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 12: Christian McCaffrey (100%, 31, 9)
QB/WTE Breakdown
After his worst game of the season, Kyle Allen (upgrade) got back on track last week, pushing the Saints to the brink, completing 23 of 36 passes for 256 yards and three touchdowns. He’s still better suited for 2QB formats, but going against Washington is a solid matchup and he could be used as a streamer this week - WSH gives up 18.4 FPPG to QBs and 22.3 FPPG to WRs.
D.J. Moore (upgrade) finally broke out, posting a 6-126-2 receiving line. An injury scare at the end of the first half had most worried, but he brushed it aside and proceeded to explode in the second half. CB Josh Norman has been benched by the Redskins, not that he was an imposing matchup, Moore will have every opportunity to build on his breakout. Curtis Samuel’s (upgrade) air yards bottomed out last week, he only had 42, parlaying them into one catch for 9-yards. He’ll look to bounce back in a great matchup, but can’t be trusted as more than an upside WR3. Greg Olsen (upgrade) continues to churn out back-end TE1 value - WSH gives up 8.1 FPPG to the position - Olsen should be plugged into most lineups.
RB Breakdown
There isn’t much to say here, Christian McCaffery (upgrade) is a boss, if you were fortunate to get him on your fantasy team, thank your lucky stars. Reggie Bonnafon is the handcuff to own, and CMC owners should look to scoop him as an insurance policy for playoffs.
Score Prediction: Panthers 27, Redskins 17
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2019.10.09 12:02 nixonsalvin Complete growth overview on Automatic Manual Transmission (AMT) Market in 2019-2024 including top key players MACK TRUCKS, Allison Transmission, Shaanxi Fast Gear, etc.

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2019.10.05 23:58 Roto_G Week 5 - Matchup Strategy Guide (Part 2) - DFA

Part 1 right here: https://designatedforassessment.com/nfl/week-5-matchups-strategy-guide-part-1

New England Patriots (-15.5) at Washington Redskins

Patriots ATS: 2-2-0 Redskins ATS: 1-3-0
Projected Team Totals: Patriots 28.75 Redskins 13.25

Patriots

Opp (WAS) Pass DVOA: #29
Opp (WAS) Run DVOA: #17
Injuries to Watch DEF (WAS): None
Injuries to Watch OFF (NE): RB Rex Burkhead (out)
Key WCB matchups: Josh Gordon vs. Josh Norman, Norman doesn’t follow to slot (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Julian Edelman (21%), James White (20%), Josh Gordon (18%), Phillip Dorsett (15%), Rex Burkhead (12%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Sony Michel (45%, 17, 0) James White (54%, 9, 10)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Patriots encountered their first challenge of 2019, but came out on top against the Bills. Tom Brady (upgrade) had one of the worst statistical games of his career, but gets a much better matchup this week against the Redskins barely there pass defense. He can be treated as a top-10 QB1 this week, although his ceiling may be limited if the Redskins are unable to keep the game even mildly competitive. Julian Edelman (upgrade) is on track to play again this week, and owners should put last week’s dud in the rear view mirror. Edelman has a solid target share, and is an excellent WR2 in PPR leagues, with only a mild downgrade in standard leagues. Josh Gordon (downgrade PPR) hasn’t lived up to the billing yet this year, and gets a somewhat challenging shadow matchup against Josh Norman. He is certainly capable of burning Norman for a big play or two, but the Patriots may not need a high passing volume to win this week. He is a boom-bust WR3, especially in PPR leagues because of his lower target share. Phillip Dorsett (upgrade) is in a great spot as a streamer or DFS play, as he will likely avoid Norman, and could easily break free for a long TD against the Redskins poorly graded coverage safeties (PFF). Consider him a WR3/4 with excellent upside this week. Benjamin Watson (stash) returns this week after a 4 game suspension, and there’s a chance he becomes a relevant TE this year in fantasy. It's impossible to project his role at this point, making him a low floor start this week, but is worth stashing for owners desperate at the position.
RB Breakdown
The Patriots weren’t able to get much going on offense last week, and the run game was no exception. Sony Michel (upgrade standard) only managed 63 scoreless yards, and wasn’t targeted. His lack of involvement in the passing game keeps his floor extremely low, and makes him almost unusable in PPR leagues. However, the likely positive game-flow in this one gives him an excellent chance to punch in a rushing TD and get a solid volume of carries. He’s a low-end RB2 in standard, and a RB3/flex in PPR leagues. James White (downgrade) returned to his usual role last week, rushing only once but catching multiple passes and playing over 50% of the snaps. White will need to make a big play in the pass game or convert a red zone catch into a TD to be useful this week, and his volume will likely take a hit if the Patriots take a huge first half lead. He’s a decent flex in PPR leagues, but is a risky start in standard leagues. Rex Burkhead is out this week.

Redskins

Opp (NE) Pass DVOA: #1
Opp (NE) Run DVOA: #2
Injuries to Watch DEF (NE): S Patrick Chung (Q), LB Dont’a Hightower (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (WAS): WR Terry McLaurin (Q)
Key WCB matchups: Terry McLaurin vs. Stephon Gilmore (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Terry McLaurin (19%), Chris Thompson (18%), Paul Richardson (16%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Adrian Peterson (39%, 11, 0) Chris Thompson (53%, 8, 5)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Redskins continue to look directionless, both on the field and as a franchise. It will likely get even worse this week against arguably the best defense in the league this year. Colt McCoy (just don’t) has been volunteered as tribute this week, and will get the start over Dwane Haskins (investment protection) and Case Keenum (injury). McCoy has over performed expectations before, but it would be a miracle if he’s able to make it out of this game with fewer than 3 turnovers. Terry McLaurin (downgrade) is questionable to play this week, and even if he does suit up, he gets rewarded with a matchup against Happy Gilmore’s Island. He can’t be trusted in lineups as more than a WR4, despite his status as the clear #1 in the offense. His best hope would be to pile up yardage in garbage time, but considering he may not even play, there’s really no reason for WAS to risk their young star’s health in a blowout. All options in this passing game should be avoided, unless McLaurin is cleared of injury and an owner is in a desperate spot.
RB Breakdown
Washington’s offensive line is in a fierce competition for worst in the league, and the absence of All-Pro Trent Williams continues to be a huge problem. Adrian Peterson (downgrade) hasn’t been able to put together a good rushing performance this year, and is almost guaranteed to get phased out this week due to game-flow. Avoid him at all costs, especially in any PPR format. Chris Thompson (upgrade PPR) will be needed more than ever this week, especially if McLaurin is ruled out. He is the only player on the Redskins that has a reasonable case to be started, and should probably be reserved for PPR leagues. He’s the best bet to lead the Redskins in receiving this week and makes for a decent flex.
Score Prediction: Patriots 27, Redskins 14

Baltimore Ravens (-3.5) at Pittsburgh Steelers

Ravens ATS: 1-3-0 Steelers ATS: 2-2-0
Projected Team Totals: Ravens 24 Steelers 20.5

Ravens

Opp (PIT) Pass DVOA: #19
Opp (PIT) Run DVOA: #20
Injuries to Watch DEF (PIT): None
Injuries to Watch OFF (BAL): None
Key WCB matchups: None. Steelers secondary improved with Minkah Fitzpatrick addition (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Marquise Brown (24%), Mark Andrews (23%), Willie Snead (8%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Mark Ingram (46%, 13, 1)
QB/WTE Breakdown
Even with Cleveland’s top-2 CBs out last week, Lamar Jackson was unable to jumpstart a suddenly struggling Ravens passing game. Jackson’s rushing upside keeps his weekly floor and ceiling extremely high, so he remains a weekly elite QB1. Marquise Brown (downgrade PPR) has racked up insanely high air yardage totals this season, but has been equally inefficient with potential yards. Some of this is due to Jackson’s inaccuracy the past two weeks, but some can also be chalked up to rookie inconsistencies and the fact that Brown’s usage has yet to expand beyond lower percentage throws. Brown can blow up on any given week, and has a potentially exploitable matchup against Joe Haden, but the Steelers defense has been much improved against the pass since adding Minkah Fitzpatrick. Consider Brown an upside WR2/3 this week, with a downgrade in PPR leagues in this run first offense. Mark Andrews (upgrade) has been taken off the injury report, and is due for a big game. The Steelers have been middle of the pack against TEs, but Andrews involvement in the red zone and overall volume make him a top 6 TE again this week. No other Baltimore pass catchers have the volume to be trusted in lineups.
RB Breakdown
The Ravens haven’t given Mark Ingram (upgrade) workhorse level volume this year, but he has made the most of his touches. The Steelers aren’t elite against the run, and will get plenty of opportunities to rack up the points in likely positive game flow. Somewhat surprisingly, Ingram has been elite in both of his road games, and has put up duds at home both weeks. It’s a small sample size, but perhaps the trend is partly due to the Ravens added commitment to the run when in hostile territory. On the road again this week, and with the Ravens Vegas line favorites, consider him a low-end RB1 with a high floor due to his all around usage (red zone and pass game). Gus Edwards appears to be the primary handcuff to Ingram because of his early down usage, but if Ingram were to get injured, Justice Hill would likely get a bigger role as well. Neither is useful outside of extremely deep leagues at this point.

Steelers

Opp (BAL) Pass DVOA: #25
Opp (BAL) Run DVOA: #28
Injuries to Watch DEF (BAL): CB Jimmy Smith (out), DT Brandon Williams (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (PIT): WR Juju Smith Schuster (Q), TE Vance McDonald (Q)
Key WCB matchups: None (Rotoworld), Ravens secondary banged up
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Juju Smith-Schuster (19%), Dionte Johnson (15%), James Conner (14%), Vance McDonald (12%), Jaylen Samuels (10%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: James Conner (68%, 18, 8) Jaylen Samuels (26%, 18, 8)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The post Big Ben era has gotten off to a rocky start, and the Steelers have yet to take the training wheels off of Mason Rudolph (downgrade). His incredibly low average depth of target is holding back every WR and TE option in this offense for the time being, including last year’s breakout star Juju Smith-Schuster. The lack of downfield passing has hurt him the past few weeks, and with the Steelers running all kinds of gimmicky formations to limit Rudolph’s exposure, it’s hard to project a significant increase in volume coming soon. However, this week’s matchup against a banged up Baltimore secondary and explosive offense may be just the script that Juju needs to produce. Consider him a low-end WR2 this week, albeit with upside if the Steelers get down big and are forced to throw. Dionte Johnson has scored a TD in back to back weeks, but both have been on somewhat fluky plays. His low target share in an offense that is taking very few shots downfield keeps him in the dart throw WR4 area. Vance McDonald is questionable to play after missing last week, and his backup Nick Vannett is not a fantasy option. If McDonald does play, he would be on the TE1/2 borderline but should get a decent target share of short to intermediate throws. Ideally, all options in this passing game should be avoided, but Juju will likely need to be in lineups considering where owners drafted him. With his talent, it only takes one play for him to payoff.
RB Breakdown
The Steelers game plan last week to beat the hapless Bengals was to basically have their QB do as little as possible. They lined up James Conner (upgrade) and Jaylen Samuels (stash) in the backfield together at times, and even had Samuels throw a few short pop passes to Conner on motion plays. Conner’s carry volume in the positive game script was not as high as owners would like, but his involvement in the passing game should translate to this week’s likely negative game-flow matchup against the Ravens. If the Ravens are without nose tackle Brandon Wililams this week, it would be a further upgrade to his matchup. Conner has been removed from the injury report after a full practice on Thursday, so all systems are go for him to be fired up as a solid RB2, especially in PPR leagues. Samuels is a tough start with Conner fully healthy, but he could still get 10-15 touches. Consider him a low-end flex, worth starting in deep PPR leagues potentially, but keep him stashed in all leagues.
Score Prediction: Ravens 28, Steelers 17

Chicago Bears (-5.5) at Oakland Raiders

Bears ATS: 2-2-0 Raiders ATS: 2-2-0
Projected Team Totals: Bears 23 Raiders 17.5

Bears

Opp (OAK) Pass DVOA: #27
Opp (OAK) Run DVOA: #9
Injuries to Watch DEF (OAK): DE Clelin Ferrel (Q), Vontaze Burfict (out for year)
Injuries to Watch OFF (CHI): WR Taylor Gabriel (out)
Key WCB matchups: None (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Allen Robinson (25%), Tarik Cohen (18%), Trey Burton (12%), David Montgomery (9%).
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: David Montgomery (69%, 24, 5 Tarik Cohen (39%, 7, 5)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The question hanging over the Bears right now is whether Mitchell Trubisky’s (out, shoulder) injury actually makes this offense better in the short term. Chase Daniel has been confirmed as the Week 5 starter after playing most of last week’s game in relief of an injured Trubisky, and was able to acquit himself decently well. He is not a fantasy option outside of deep 2 QB leagues because of this offense’s overall lack of production, but he should keep the main weapons viable and possibly even be a slight upgrade. Allen Robinson (upgrade PPR) got 23% of Daniel’s Week 4 targets, and should be given a slight upgrade considering the poor play and lack of depth in the Oakland secondary. Consider him on the WR2/3 borderline. Taylor Gabriel is out again this week due to his Week 3 concussion, so Anthony Miller may get a few more targets than usual. Considering he only saw 2 targets from Daniel last week, it’s tough to put him anywhere higher than a WR4/5 dart throw, especially in this low volume offense. Trey Burton (upgrade PPR) did get 4 targets from Daniels, and appears back to full health. The Raiders have given up the 5th most FPPG to opposing TEs, so this could be a week he racks up 5+ catches for 50+ yards. He’s more of a high-end TE2 due to the uncertainty of targets, but makes for a somewhat appealing streamer for those looking for a decently high floor that are ok with a low ceiling.
RB Breakdown
The shift to a full workload for David Montgomery (upgrade) continued last week, as he received 21 carries and caught 3 passes. His efficiency has been continually poor this year, but it’s not clear if that is due to his vision and burst, or more to poor offensive line play. Although the Raiders have been stout against the run, the absence of Vontaze Burfict (longest suspension for on-field actions in NFL history) is a slight downgrade to their rush defense. The Bears’ defense should put Montgomery in position to work with a short field and neutral or positive game-script for much of the day, so he could be coming for somewhat of a breakout week. Consider him a RB2 with a solid floor (due to receiving work), that could hit the endzone at least once if the Bears get a lead. Tarik Cohen (downgrade) surprisingly was faded out of the game plan almost entirely last week, getting only one carry turning his 5 targets into three catches for 7 yards. He was able to get into the endzone on one of his catches, but aside from that was very quiet. Cohen is a roll of the dice flex in PPR leagues, but this doesn’t project as a week the Bears will be working from behind so he’s generally less appealing, especially in non-PPR leagues.

Raiders

Opp (CHI) Pass DVOA: #6
Opp (CHI) Run DVOA: #3
Injuries to Watch DEF (CHI): DT Akiem Hicks (Q)
Injuries to Watch OFF (OAK): WR Tyrell Williams (Q), OL Richie Incognito (Q), WR J.J. Nelson (Q)
Key WCB matchups: None, Bears lock down opposing WRs (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Darren Waller (29%), Tyrell Williams (19%), J.J. Nelson (15%), Josh Jacobs (4%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Josh Jacobs (54%, 19, 2)

QB/WTE Breakdown

Similar to last year, the Raiders got off to a great start by winning Week 1 and have since faded massively. Derek Carr (downgrade) has been his normal dink and dunk self, and isn’t taking enough shots downfield to bring any kind of fantasy relevance. This week’s matchup against the Bears dominating defense makes him unusable even in 2 QB leagues. Tyrell Williams (downgrade) is questionable to play, and even if he suits up makes for more of a WR4 considering the potency of the Bears secondary. Darren Waller (upgrade PPR) is likely the only member of the Raiders offense that owners can start somewhat confidently, as he has caught 6+ passes in every game this year. The Bears are only middle of the road against opposing TEs, and given the pressure Carr will face all game long, Waller will see at least 6-8 targets. He is a must start mid-level TE1 because of his high floor in PPR formats, but can be benched in standard formats if owners have an alternative TE1 option with a better matchup.

RB Breakdown

Despite Jon Gruden’s continued insistence that the Raiders want to involve Josh Jacobs (downgrade) more in the passing game, it has yet to really materialize. He hasn’t gone over 2 targets in a game yet this year, and his snap %’s have hovered around 50% the past three weeks. The Chicago front seven has been truly elite against the run, and considering the Raiders have one of the lower implied point totals on the week, he is a poor bet for a TD. His lack of pass game involvement also lowers his floor, which means he has to be viewed as more RB3 than RB2 in this incredibly tough matchup. Owners may have no choice but to start him, but do so knowing full well that the outlook is not very promising. Jalen Richard and Deandre Washington are far off the fantasy radar, and neither makes for a great handcuff.
Score Prediction: Bears 21, Raiders 13

Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers (-6.5)

Broncos ATS: 1-3-0 Chargers ATS: 1-2-1
Projected Team Totals: Broncos 19 Chargers 25.5

Broncos

Opp (LAC) Pass DVOA: #30
Opp (LAC) Run DVOA: #21
Injuries to Watch DEF (LAC): DE Melvin Ingram, S Nasir Adderley, LB Thomas Davis
Injuries to Watch OFF (DEN): T Ja’Wuan James
Key WCB matchups: Cpurtland Sutton vs. Casey Hayward (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Emmanuel Sanders (23%), Courtland Sutton (21%), Phillip Lindsay (13%), Royce Freeman (13%), DaeSean Hamilton (13%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Royce Freeman (58%, 10, 6), Phillip Lindsay (42%, 10, 1)
QB/WTE Breakdown
Sitting at 0-4, the Broncos are essentially out of playoff contention - the 1992 Chargers are the only team to make the postseason after starting winless through four weeks since the NFL expanded the playoffs in 1990 (NFL.com). Joe Flacco put up a respectable 303 yards passing and tossed 3 scores, but avoid him in fantasy. This lead to Emmanuel Sanders (upgrade PPR) and Courtland Sutton (downgrade) both having great days in the losing effort. Really, this Broncos team isn’t as bad as their record would indicate, they’ve given up two game winning field goals at home in the final seconds, truly heartbreaking, but such is life in the weekly grind of the NFL. Look for both Sanders and Sutton to remain WR2’s moving forward, but the matchup for Sutton this week is one that should be avoided if possible. He’s going up against Chargers stud CB Casey Hayward, a matchup that Hayward has dominated in the past (Rotoworld). The Chargers PASS DVOA numbers don’t reflect the secondary we expected, but seeing as they’ve been hit with the injury apocalypse to start the season, it makes sense. Outside of the safety position (the Chargers have lost multiple safeties for the season), the Bolts look to be getting healthy in the secondary, and this looks like a spot to avoid the Denver passing game if possible. Noah Fant caught his first touchdown last week and the Chargers give up 9.4 FPPG to tight ends; so he’s on the streaming radar as a TE2.
RB Breakdown
Phillip Lindsay (upgrade) and Royce Freeman (upgrade) continue to split work evenly, but not in the way some would expect. Rather than each having a clear role in a facet of the game (running/passing), they are operating as the clear lead back while in the game and rotating in shifts. This has lead to unpredictable production from both and it’s impossible to predict which one will be on the field when Denver puts together a drive. Both should be considered low-end RB2’s this week - the Bolts are giving up 17.1 FPPG to running backs and have not been strong against the run this year.

Chargers

Opp (DEN) Pass DVOA: #28
Opp (DEN) Run DVOA: #26
Injuries to Watch DEF (DEN): DB Kareem Jackson (expected to play), ILB Josey Jewell
Injuries to Watch OFF (LAC): WR Dontrell Inman (IR), WR Travis Benjamin, WR Mike Williams (expected to play)
Key WCB matchups: Keenan Allen vs. Chris Harris Jr. (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Keenan Allen (32%), Austin Ekeler (17%), Mike Williams (13%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Austin Ekeler (63%, 23, 5), Troymaine Pope (37%, 12, 2)
QB/WTE Breakdown
It’s impossible to read into last weeks dismantling of the Dolphins by the Chargers, heck, even Tyrod Taylor got into the game. Philip Rivers is the definition of consistency, throwing between 293 yards and 333 in every game this year. He’s a back-end QB1 and his appeal is in the high floor, not the low ceiling. The Bolts receiving corps has also been hit by the injury Armageddon; Dontrell Inman was placed on the IR with a quad injury suffered last week, and both Mike Williams and Travis Benjamin are dealing with respective ailments. Keenan Allen should continue to soak up massive amounts of targets, but his date with CB Chris Harris Jr. is not desirable. The volume should at least guarantee a high floor and Allen remains a WR1. Mike Williams looks to be ready to return this week, and could see a large piece of the target share pie if fully healthy - he’s a WR3 with upside, we just don’t know what his role in the passing game will be or if he’ll be limited. The absence of any red zone threat tight end makes Williams even more appealing - the Bolts are also dealing with a myriad of injuries at tight end. Lance Kendricks was the only healthy tight end on the roster at the end of Sunday’s game against the Fin’s (latimes.com), and he wasn’t a Charger two weeks ago.
RB Breakdown
Melvin Gordon is back. Or is he? Turns out he wasn’t needed after all Sunday and he didn’t even see one snap. Sounds like he’s going to be eased back into gameshape, but can we really believe coach speak at this point… Austin Ekeler (upgrade) will still be extremely involved, if not as a running back, but as a wideout. Consider both RB2s, but give the edge to Ekeler - we know for sure that he’ll see consistent volume.
Score Prediction: Broncos 21, Chargers 20

Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys (-3.5)

Packers ATS: 3-1-0 Cowboys ATS: 3-1-0
Projected Team Totals: Packers 21.75 Cowboys 25.25

Packers

Opp (DAL) Pass DVOA: #14
Opp (DAL) Run DVOA: #14
Injuries to Watch DEF (DAL): DT Antwaun Woods (questionable), DT Tyrone Crawford (questionable)
Injuries to Watch OFF (GB): WR Devante Adams (out), RB Jamaal Williams (out)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Davante Adams (25%), Marquez Valdes-Scantling (19%), Aaron Jones (10%), Jimmy Graham (11%) Geronimo Allison (9%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Aaron Jones (99%, 19, 7), Jamaal Williams - left game INJ (1%, 1, 1)
QB/WTE Breakdown
Devante Adams (out-toe) was given the doubtful tag for the matchup against Dallas early in the week after leaving TNF, throwing doubt on his availability in the short term moving forward. His absence leaves 25% of Aaron Rodgers targets up for grabs and the likely bet is that Geronimo Allison (upgrade) and Jimmy Graham (upgrade) will assume larger roles this week. Marquez Valdez-Scantling also receives a small upgrade and is the preferred play of the wideouts, but he is already assuming 19% of the target share. Dallas’ defense, although ranking right in the middle in terms of DVOA, is only giving up 12.6 FPPG to quarterbacks and 17.4 FPPG to wideouts so far, top-5 in the NFL. The real issue for Rodgers and his pass catchers is the amount of opportunity they’ll see - Dallas ranks 20th in pace of play (footballoutsiders) and will look to limit Packer possessions by establishing the run. Rodgers is a back-end QB1, but keep expectations tempered considering the tough road matchup without his number one target. MVS can be treated as a solid WR2 this week, while Allison is a feast-or-famine WR3. Jimmy draws the best matchup on paper and appears to be fully healthy after seeing 71% of snaps in Week 4 with 9 targets. After Adams left with his injury, Graham was targeted three times in a row (NFL.com) showing that he may become the primary target sans the star receiver. His floor is still scary low, but he’s a low-end TE1 in a good matchup this week.
RB Breakdown
Jamaal Williams (out) remains out after taking a huge hit against the Eagles last week. Aaron Jones (upgrade PPR) assumed an every down role after Williams left, but only managed 21 yards on 13 carries against the Eagles menacing front 7, salvaging his fantasy line by finding pay dirt. The matchup against the Cowboys doesn’t get any easier as they are only giving up 14.8 FPPG to running backs. The encouraging takeaway from the week before was that Jones was heavily involved in the passing game, receiving 7 targets. If the every down role continues in Williams’ absence along with the passing game usage, Jones will establish a higher weekly floor for owners and become game-script proof. Treat him as a high-end RB2 this week.

Cowboys

Opp (GB) Pass DVOA: #5
Opp (GB) Run DVOA: #27
Injuries to Watch DEF (GB): CB Kevin King (doubtful), LB Oren Burks (questionable), LB Kyler Fackrell (doubtful), DL Montravius Adams (questionable)
Injuries to Watch OFF (DAL): OT Tyron Smith (out), OT La’el Collins (questionable), WR Michael Gallup (expected to play)
Key WCB matchups: Amari Cooper vs. Jaire Alexander (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Michael Gallup (24%), Amari Cooper (23%), Randall Cobb (17%), Jason Witten (13%), Ezekiel Elliot (11%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Ezekiel Elliot (96%, 24, 7), Tony Pollard (4%, 0, 0)
QB/WTE Breakdown
Dak Prescott has become a top-3 fantasy quarterback seemingly overnight playing for a new contract. The Packers tough secondary may be his toughest test yet, but he gets emerging receiver Michael Gallup back, and Green Bay may be without CB Kevin King (upgraded to questionable today) who graded out as their best corner in Week 4 (PFF). Prescott is a QB1 per usual, but the Cowboys may look to run the ball against a weak run defense (27.6 FPPG to running backs), just like the Eagles did the week before - limiting Prescott’s upside. Interestingly, in Week 4, emerging Green Bay stud CB Jaire Alexander did not shadow Alshon Jeffery as expected, and it remains to be seen if that was due to Alshon being a slower, big body receiver (Rotoworld), or if the Packers are choosing not to deploy him in shadow coverage. Amari Cooper (downgrade) is expected to draw Alexander in coverage, but even if he doesn’t, Kevin King slowed down Alshon to a 3-38-1 line. The matchup and gameplan should work against the Cowboys passing game this week, plus their starting LT is expected to be out. Michael Gallup is a feast-or-famine WR4 in a bad matchup, owners should wait and see that he’s healthy before deploying him. Devin Smith will be relegated to a role player with the return of Gallup and isn’t an option. Jason Witten continues to turn back the clock, receiving 4 targets every week as Dallas continues to feed him the rock. He’s emerging as a low-end TE1, albeit one without much upside.
RB Breakdown
Ezekiel Elliot is top running back option and this week is no different. The blueprint that the Eagles established to beat the Packers last week will likely be replicated by the Cowboys, setting Zeke up to eat. Tony Pollard is no more than a handcuff. Score Prediction: Packers 20, Cowboys 17

Indianapolis Colts at Kansas City Chiefs (-11)

Colts ATS: 2-1-0 Chiefs ATS: 3-1-0
Projected Team Totals: Colts 22.75 Chiefs 33.75

Colts

Opp (KC) Pass DVOA: #9
Opp (KC) Run DVOA: #31
Injuries to Watch DEF (KC): LB Dorian O’Daniel (out)
Injuries to Watch OFF (IND): WR Parris Campbell (out), T.Y. Hilton (questionable), Marlon Mack (expected to play)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): T.Y. Hilton (27%), Devin Funchess (19%), Eric Ebron (12%), Jack Doyle (12%), Nyheim Hines (12%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Marlon Mack (35%, 11, 0), Nyheim Hines (44%, 9, 6), Jordan Wilkins (21%, 4, 1)
QB/WTE Breakdown
It’s safe to wonder after a home loss to the Raiders if the Colts are a different team without T.Y. Hilton. Regardless, the passing attack is going to need to perform this week likely without Hilton; the Chiefs will score their usual 35 points. Jacoby Brissett while solid so far, wasn’t expected to be an option for 1QB leagues. Surprisingly, through four games he’s got the 9th most points for the position,- and will continue to score points this week as he will need to throw 40+ times to keep up with the potent KC offense - he’s a back-end QB1. T.Y. Hilton is looking extremely iffy to play, and coach Frank Reich has even admitted that the Colts Week 6 bye is factoring into their decision on whether or not to play the star wideout; it looks like Hilton will most likely sit. This game carries easily the highest projected point total of the week and someone will need to catch the ball for Indy. Zach Pascal is coming off of back to back weeks with either 70 yards or a touchdown, his status as a WR3 is completely dependent on Hilton’s health. Deon Cain and Chester Rodgers have also seen similar snap counts and target share in the absence of Hilton, and it’s really anyone’s guess who will produce. Pascal seems like the best bet considering the past few games. Eric Ebron and Jack Doyle also saw a similar amount of targets last week as the wideouts and really, the whole situation should be avoided outside of Brissett if possible.
RB Breakdown
Marlon Mack was unable to return in the second half against the Raiders with an ankle injury, but is expected to play this week. The Chiefs have been weak against the run, but it may not matter - most weeks Mahomes is able to build a lead so the opposing team has to abandon the run altogether. Consider Mack a game-script dependent RB2 in a good matchup. It’s looking like this could be a Nyheim Hines upgrade PPR) week if there ever was one. He will be on the field when the Colts face negative game-flow and could see an uptick in targets this week. Consider him a back-end flex option that receives an upgrade in full PPR formats.

Chiefs

Opp (IND) Pass DVOA: #9
Opp (IND) Run DVOA: #32
Injuries to Watch DEF (IND): S Malik Hooker (out), LB Darius Leonard (out), DE Tyquan Lewis (out), S Rolan Milligan (questionable), LB Anthony Walker (questionable), CB Rock Ya-Sin (questionable)
Injuries to Watch OFF (KC): WR Tyreek Hill (out), WR Sammy Watkins (questionable), T Eric Fisher (out)
Key WCB matchups: None
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Sammy Watkins (24%), Travis Kelce (21%), Damien Williams (14%), Demarcus Robinson (13%), Mecole Hardman (11%), Darrell Williams (11%), LeSean McCoy (7%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: LeSean McCoy (45%, 13, 4) Darrell Williams (50%, 11, 4) Darwin Thompson (5%, 0, 0)
QB/WTE Breakdown
The Lions finally gave the Chiefs a game in Week 4, but Patrick Mahomes did P-Mahomey things to win, getting it done with his legs this time. Mahomes is the QB1 regardless of matchup, however, going against a weak run defense and a stingy secondary (although banged up) it would seem like the Chiefs may opt to run the ball a bit more..or not. Mahomes can never be counted out and it doesn’t seem like matchups matter to Andy Ried - Kansas City seems to move the ball however they want to. Tyreek Hill (out) is set to miss another game, but surprisingly (is it?) Sammy Watkins has popped up on the injury report as questionable. Monitor his status, but if he is unable to go then Mecole Hardman and Demarcus Robinson would both receive a bump in usage. Hardman demonstrated his extremely low floor last week, actually receiving negative fantasy points due to a lost fumble. Both are big play dependent WR3/4’s. Travis Kelce continues his assault on the league, clearing 80 yards in every game so far. He only has one touchdown on the year and that will probably change in a hurry. He’s a good bet for some positive touchdown regression this week, fire him up as the overall TE1.
RB Breakdown
Damien Williams is set to return after missing the last couple with a knee injury. He’s expected to mix in with LeSean McCoy, bumping Darrell Williams back to the bench and fading Darwin Thompson back into obscurity. It’s anyone's guess who receives the lion's share of touches, but based on Week 1, it seems like McCoy will be deployed as purely a runner while Williams will be the pass-catching back. Both offer immense upside against a defense ranked dead last against the run and hemorrhaging 20.5 FPPG to running backs. Williams and LeSean should both be considered solid RB2s.
Score Prediction: Chiefs 34, Colts 24

Cleveland Browns at San Francisco 49ers (-4)

Browns ATS: 2-2-0 49ers ATS: 2-1-0
Projected Team Totals: Browns 21.25 49ers 25.25

Browns

Opp (SF) Pass DVOA: #2
Opp (SF) Run DVOA: #6
Injuries to Watch DEF (SF): DE Dee Ford (DNP)
Injuries to Watch OFF (CLE): WR Jarvis Landry (likely to play), TE David Njoku (out)
Key WCB matchups: None, Richard Sherman hasn’t shadowed WRs with SF (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): Odell Beckham Jr. (26%), Jarvis Landry (24%), Nick Chubb (14%), David Njoku (10%), Ricky Seals-Jones (7%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 4: Nick Chubb (64%, 23, 4) Dontrell Hilliard (36%, 8, 3)
QB/WTE Breakdown
Week 4 was a welcome sight for Browns’ fans and fantasy owners alike, as the offense came alive in a beatdown of a solid Ravens team on the road. The formula for success was to give Nick Chubb a huge workload, while getting the ball out of Baker Mayfield’s (downgrade) hands on quick routes. Mayfield hasn’t had the time in the pocket to throw for almost any long downfield completions, but his 17 fantasy points last week represented a season high. As long as the O-Line remains a problem his ceiling will be capped in what should be a run and short pass oriented offense going forward. This week’s matchup against a stout Niners passing defense will be a real test not only for the Browns but also to find out if the SF secondary is for real. Mayfield is just outside the QB1 ranks this week, and can be benched for alternative options, but his weapons keep him in the mix for 15+ points again this week. Odell Beckham Jr. (upgrade) only caught two passes for 20 yards last week, while watching his teammate Jarvis Landry (downgrade standard) go off for a season high 167 yards. Beckham is unlikely to face shadow coverage, and should have a solid matchup against Emmanuel Mosley (2018 UDFA). Look for Mayfield to get Beckham rolling this week early and often, and he can be treated as a borderline WR1 based on talent alone. Landry needs volume to reach his ceiling, but does have a great floor in PPR, especially with the need for short passes behind this shoddy line. His projected matchup with SF’s stud slot CB K’waun Williams is a slight concern, so he’s only a WR3 in PPR with a slight downgrade in standard. He has cleared the concussion protocol and practiced in full on Friday, so if you need him, he’ll be good to go on Monday night.
RB Breakdown
Head Coach Freddie Kitchens said after Week 2 that he “would love to get (Chubb) more touches”, and has managed to make it happen the past two weeks. Nick Chubb (upgrade) ran hard last week into a weak Ravens front seven, and ended with a monster line. The Niners have a better rush DVOA than Baltimore, but Chubb’s volume keeps him in the RB1 slot with ease at this point. We aren’t sure exactly who Kitchens had to ask to get Chubb more touches (Chubb’s parents maybe?), but we can only hope that the permission slip isn’t rescinded any time soon. Backup Dontrell Hilliard is a weak handcuff with Kareem Hunt due back in a few weeks, so if you must roster one of them make it Hunt.

49ers

Opp (CLE) Pass DVOA: #7
Opp (CLE) Run DVOA: #19
Injuries to Watch DEF (CLE): CB Greedy Williams (Q, unlikely to play), CB Denzel Ward (out), S Morgan Burnett (Q, likely to play)
Injuries to Watch OFF (SF): RB Tevin Coleman (questionable)
Key WCB matchups: None (Rotoworld)
Relevant Target Share %’s (season): George Kittle (25%), Deebo Samuel (16%), Marquise Goodwin (9%), Tevin Coleman (11%), Matt Breida (6%)
RB Snap %/Touches/Targets Week 3: Matt Breida (41%, 16, 3) Raheem Mostert (30%, 12, 1)
QB/WTE Breakdown
Kyle Shanahan is riding high at 3-0 coming off of an early bye week. His offense hasn’t been flawless through three games, but has done enough to keep a few weapons valuable. In the passing game, Jimmy Garappolo (downgrade) continues to struggle with turnovers (3 in Week 3) but makes plays when his weapons are schemed into space properly. His ceiling is extremely low in this run heavy offense, so he isn’t an option except in deep 2 QB leagues. Deebo Samuel has been Jimmy G’s preferred target so far this season, and Samuel’s 16% target share makes him a risky week to week proposition. He’ll take aim at an injured Browns secondary this week, but after watching the backups hold the Rams and Ravens receivers to mostly poor lines the last two weeks, it’s hard to get overly excited about Samuel’s potential. There just isn’t enough volume to sustain multiple fantasy relevant WRs most weeks, and much like the run game, Shanahan tends not to have one WR get a high majority of the work. He’s a WR4 with upside based on his speed. George Kittle is an obvious TE1, and is due for some positive TD regression after barely missing and/or having a few wiped out due to penalty. Expect him to hit soon, and don’t even think about benching him. Dante Pettis has been mostly phased out, so unless you think he’s just on timeout for missing bedtime and will return to a full snap count soon, he’s not a start in any depth of league.
RB Breakdown
One of the more frustrating backfields to predict this season, the Niners have managed to force fantasy owners to pick up potentially four different running backs this season. That’s kind of rude honestly. Tevin Coleman is tentatively expected to return from injury this week, and will likely get a few early down carries and a sprinkle of targets, but should be stashed not started this week. The Browns are vulnerable to the run, but unless you recently found a new car with no license plates and the keys in the ignition, starting Coleman this week seems unwise. Matt Breida is probably the safest option considering his swiss army like usage and his 41% snap count in a tight Week 3 game keep him in the flex range. Raheem Mostert (stash) is likely relegated to 5-8 touch COP work, and Jeff Wilson should only be owned in leagues that don’t count yardage. Ideally this backfield is one to avoid entirely, but owners in desperate need can roll with Breida and expect something in the range of 7-12 points.
Score Prediction: Browns 21, Niners 17
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2019.06.15 08:59 ThreeForAll39 Daughters of Wind and Sport Mackenzie & Robin Lee-Knoton

General Info

Name: Mackenzie Claire Lee-Knoton
Date of Birth: Oh sweet summer child, July 14th, 2022
Hometown: Stormy, husky, brawling: Chicago, Illinois
Zodiac: Cancer
Family:
Pets: Mackenzie's stance on pets is weird. She likes the idea of people having them. She just wishes that dogs would lose their tendency to pop balls with pointed teeth and sharp claws.

Appearance and Personality

Height: 5'0"
Weight: 98 lbs.
Body Type: Slender, Athletic
Eyes: Stormy gray eye color
Skin Complexion: Fair. Mack wishes she could have slightly darker skin so that she could have a nice tan instead of just gaining a sunburn.
Faceclaim: Right Here
Hair: Straight sunny blonde hair, typically worn down and unstyled.
Personality: Mackenzie is ever the optimist. Tending to think positively of people and events surrounding her. Like the wind, Mackenzie is restless and energetic preferring to live an active lifestyle full of discovery and adventure. She has that Joie de vivre and that fun-loving attitude. Although in recent times reduced, Mackenzie has a certain fondness for balls, similar to Lionus from Peanuts she has used a ball as a comfort object. She has carried at least one with her wherever she may go.
Favorite Sport: Basketball

Combat:

Weapons:
Powers:

Backstory:

Mackenzie has experienced everything: invasions, a quest, an interaction with the fates where they corrected her destiny. You name it, she probably has has some experience. She's bound to at this point, having called Camp Half-Blood her home for nearly three years now.
Three years ago, on a warm's summer evening, a scared Mackenzie, newly made orphan entered the camp. Trembling, she clutched tightly to a squirrel stuffed animal and a toy ball in her other hand. She didn't know about her godly parent, about why she was at this camp, or about what her future would entail. She was alone and terrified.
That was then, this is now. She's been steadily growing up in the relative safety of Camp Half-Blood. Gaining confidence, skills, and knowledge. Her story will continue.

General Info

Name: Robin Allison Lee-Knoton
Date of Birth: October 31st, 2022
Hometown: Just like Mackenzie, Robin is also a native of Chicago
Zodiac: Scorpio
Father:
  • Birth-Mother: Natalie Knoton (Deceased)
  • Godly Mother: Nike - winged Goddess of Victory and chief charioteer for Zeus
  • Foster Mother: Ellanore Lee - Part-time stay at home parent
  • Father: One of the abilities that Gods have is the ability to switch their gender in order to reproduce with anyone. Nike aptly demonstrated this when she with Natalie Knoton.
Half-Sister: Mackenzie Knoton-Lee, daughter of Aeolus

Appearance and Personality

Height: 4'9"
Weight: 90 lbs.
Body Type: Slender and Athletic like her sister. Though Robin has noticed she has been built more for running with strong legs.
Eyes: Blue eyes. A pair of gray eyeglasses fit snugly on her nose.
Skin Complexion: Alabaster, like her sisters. Growing up in Chicago compared to Camp Half-Blood has led to Robin having slightly paler skin. She has spent less time outdoors compared to her sisters.
Faceclaim: Voila
Hair: Blonde hair, Robin typically has shorter hair than her sister.
Personality: Like her sister, Robin prefers an active lifestyle of action and adventure. Robin, however, is a little more shy and nervous when interacting with people. She has a tendency to adjust her glasses when she gets anxious.
Favorite Sport: Soccer

Combat

Weapons:
  • Greek Xiphos The celestial bronze of this sword seems to have a slight blue tint to the sword. The blade itself seems cool to the touch. Injuries incurred by the sword give a minor chill burn. This magic sword was recovered by Mackenzie on her quest, wielded by Eumpolos. When Mackenzie returned, she gifted the ice blade to her sister.
Powers:
  • Passive: Above average speed -- Robin has always been rather quick on the soccer field.
  • Swordsmanship Expertise -- Though skilled in swords, this does not give Robin the ability to avoid the practice one needs.
  • Extremely Lucky -- Find a penny, pick it up all day long you'll have good luck. Though, in this case, Robin does not need to find the penny.
  • Able to implement athletic curses -- Perhaps Robin's most effective power, though the one she is most hesitant to use. She has learned her lesson of willy-nilly cursing people. Though in time, she would like to learn more about how this ability works.
Backstory:
It was foggy, the night that Robin was born. A blood moon shone in the night sky as Natalie and her husband were in the hospital. The two would need to decide on a difficult decision, Nike had warned that having two demigods living under the same roof would be dangerous. Thus, the parents decided to sacrifice their happiness for the safety of their daughters.
They decided that Bailey Lauryn Knoton would be adopted, with the hope that the two daughters would reunite at Camp Half-blood when both siblings were older.
In no time at all, Bailey, who was renamed, Robin Allison Lee was adopted by Ellanore Lee, whom Natalie and Ryan decided was the best candidate for mother to Robin. She was wise, kind, caring and loving.
After the homicide of Natalie and Ryan Knoton, Ellanore decided to not reveal who her real parents her. In hopes that Robin would never have to learn the painful truth of what happened to her real parents.
The plan of separation of the two daughters seemed to work, Robin unaware of her heritage grew up in safety. That is until a few months ago when a monster on the prowl smelled Robin's demigod scent. A monster attack soon followed, and it was only from some quick thinking by Ellanore that the monster turned to dust. A satyr visited them the next day, and Robin was taken to Camp Half-Blood. They say the rest is history.
Now:
The Grass felt cold on Robin's knee, as she kneeled outside the Aeolus cabin, in the pale morning's light. She could feel the cold tap of the sword on one of her shoulders and then she felt it on the other.
"Arise! I dub thee Sir Robin!" Mackenzie announced, standing in front of the soon-to-be-made knight. With her free hand, she gave a fancy gesture indicating that Robin should stand up
Sir Robin bowed her head, before arising
"Alright, where here's the blade, Brave Sir Robin." Mackenzie said as she carefully offered the blade that was from Eumpolos to Robin
Robin took the offered sword and put it safely into the scabbard that was hanging at her belt
"Thanks by the way for doing that." Robin said, smiling at her sister "I guess I should come up with a name for the sword, right?"
The younger sibling adjusted her glasses as she thought for an appropiate name
"Maybe Sting?"
Mack could only roll her eyes "You giant nerdasaurus" She playfully teased
[Re-introduction]
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2019.06.13 03:12 claball First time First-Team All-Pro picks for 2019

If that title had you confused don’t be embarrassed. A couple duplicate words, a little alliteration and some hyphens will do that to a person.

Basically this is an All-Pro prediction team that consists solely of players who have never been given First-Team honors.

In 2018, 12 of the 23 players named All-Pro on offense and defense were first-timers.

They include: Patrick Mahomes, Michael Thomas, David Bakhtiari, Mitchell Schwartz, Quenton Nelson, Fletcher Cox, Darius Leonard, Kyle Fuller, Stephon Gilmore, Eddie Jackson, Derwin James and Desmond King.

The opportunity for any player to assert himself as one of the best in the league is what makes the NFL so exciting. Patrick Mahomes had a top three season ever by a quarterback in just his first year as a starter. Stories like that drive the NFL.

There will always be the mainstays like Aaron Donald, J.J. Watt, Luke Kuechly and Bobby Wagner. But parity is alive and well in the NFL and this "All-Star" team is proof of that. Any player or team has the chance to be the best. It’s likely some of the guys listed below will in fact make First-Team in 2019.

So, here are some of the names to watch who could be making an inaugural appearance as a First-Team All-Pro member in 2019:


Offense

Quarterback

Andrew Luck
Other Considerations: Russell Wilson, Philip Rivers

There are some pretty prestigious quarterbacks who have never been named First-Team All-Pro. Luck, Wilson and Rivers are the biggest of those names and are all serious contenders for this award in 2019.

Rivers and Wilson have both been in the conversation at one point or another in their career. My pick, however, is Indianapolis’ Andrew Luck.

He’s remarkably coming off his best season in the NFL after major shoulder issues. Luck threw 39 touchdown passes which would often be enough to lead the league. His 67.3% completion is a career high. He also won his first playoff game since 2014. But most importantly… HE HADN’T PLAYED AN NFL GAME IN 19 MONTHS. You can’t stress enough how great Luck’s 2018 season was amidst all the doubt. Leading up to the 2018 season there was significant uncertainty that Luck would ever look like himself again. At 28 years old his best football might have been behind him.

Luck thought differently. Week one of 2018 he came out and completed 39 passes (73.6% completion), threw for 319 yards at six yards per attempt and connected on two touchdowns.

This is why I believe Luck is in a great position for this honor in 2019. His ability is back and the supporting cast is better. A suddenly phenomenal offensive line, a nasty tight end duo and one of the best deep threats in football not to mention a feisty defense make up the current Colts.

With his high statistical ceiling, it won’t take luck for Luck to make a hard push for First-Team All-Pro this season.

Running Back

Alvin Kamara
Other Considerations: Christian McCaffrey, Saquon Barkley, David Johnson

This is the one I feel least passionate about. There are so many good young running backs in the league right now who haven’t really had the opportunity at First-Team All-Pro with Todd Gurley’s recent reign. But, with Gurley’s worrisome knee concerns, this spot appears up for grabs in 2019.

I ultimately landed on Alvin Kamara as this squad’s back. He’s been among the most efficient offensive players with his limited touches in the past two seasons. He hasn’t eclipsed 200 carries in a season yet has an impressive 22 rushing touchdowns in his short career. Kamara has averaged 15.5 total touchdowns in each season and is a threat to score from anywhere on the field. On the receiving end, he has the second most receptions from a running back in the last two seasons with 162, just behind McCaffrey’s 187. He’s also never had any major injury problems. His only missed game was due to a concussion from a nasty hit by Jaylon Smith last year.

The most prominent reason for Alvin Kamara being the pick here though, is the departure of Mark Ingram. Sure, the Saints brought in Latavius Murray. But, he won’t be getting anything close to the 184 carries Ingram has averaged since Kamara was drafted.

So, in a nutshell, this is why Kamara is primed for a massive increase in production: He averaged 152 yards from scrimmage, 8 receptions and 1.5 touchdowns in the four games Ingram was suspended in 2018.

That production expanded to a 16-game season is 2,432 yards from scrimmage, 128 receptions and 24 touchdowns. Obviously those numbers are inflated and likely aren’t attainable. But, this is what a backfield where Kamara is the featured back could look like.

New Orleans has a Hall of Fame quarterback still playing like it and an offensive line that’s among the league’s elite. There’s no reason Alvin Kamara can’t be the NFL’s best running back in 2019.

Flex

Christian McCaffrey

The “Flex” position goes to my second choice at running back. The designation also fits McCaffrey perfectly. He’s the best receiver at the running back position in the league. He’s also the most utilized running back in the NFL. McCaffrey played an absurd 91.30% of snaps in 2018. That’s the most of any running back in the NFL and 8% more than the next highest back (Barkley). He’s a featured back if there ever was one. Take that draft analysts.

McCaffrey also proved he isn’t just a receiver in a running back’s body in 2018. His 5 yards per carry average bested his 2017 mark by 1.3 yards. He did that on 102 more carries too. His best single game rushing performance came in week three where he carried the ball 28 time for 184 yards. That was the first major sign that McCaffrey could handle a bell-cow type workload.

The Panthers will always heavily utilize McCaffrey in a receiving role. His 2018 season showed he could be counted on just as much as a runner. Thanks to that dual-threat ability he came just 35 yards short of 2,000 total yards from scrimmage in 2018. That mark is certainly within reach this season. If McCaffrey accomplishes that, he’ll be in a strong position to make this team.

Wide Receiver

Davante Adams, Odell Beckham Jr.
Other Considerations: Mike Evans, Keenan Allen, A.J. Green

There are so many good second-tier receivers (guys not named Antonio, Julio or DeAndre) that this position has plenty of options. I narrowed the short-list down to five players. Evans, Allen and Green just missed the cut, but it wouldn’t be a surprise to anyone if their names showed up on this team come January.

My top pick here is Davante Adams. I see Davante as this year’s Michael Thomas. A special receiver in his own right who will be elevated to new heights thanks to his quarterback and offense. Sure, Adams had Rodgers last year too, but some flux in the head coaching department led to a little offensive uncertainty midseason.

That won’t be a hurdle in 2019. New coach and offensive mind Matt LaFleur is now directing Rodgers and Co. LaFleur is one of the many coaches to emerge from Sean McVay’s coaching tree already. That connection alone can get some excited. A shake-up on offense could be just what the Packers need to reach the potential Rodgers is capable of.

Being the absolutely unquestioned number one receiver in Green Bay (along with Rodgers throwing the ball) is Adams’ biggest asset. They lost Randall Cobb in the offseason and their current number two wideout is Geronimo Allison… or Marquez Valdes-Scantling… or Equanimeous St. Brown. I don’t know, pick one. Either way it’s no one who will take targets away from Adams.

The sixth year wideout showed in 2018 that he can be the top receiver for the Packers. Jordy Nelson’s departure opened a door and Adams ran through it. 111 receptions, 1,386 yards and 13 touchdowns later, Adams has removed any doubt that he can handle this responsibility. At 26, he’s directly in his prime. This could be Davante Adam’s year.

The second selection here is a player who, based purely on raw talent, belongs in the top tier of NFL receivers. If Odell Beckham Jr. had continued his trajectory from his first three seasons (basically by not catching the injury bug) he’d be a unanimous elite. Some might still put him up there, but being available is absolutely a trait that comes into consideration when judging players.

Now he’s in Cleveland and hopefully left the injuries in New York. Beckham has an upgrade at quarterback, an upgrade at offensive line and an upgrade at surrounding receiving talent (Landry, Njoku > Shepard, Engram. Barely). Plus an offense with a lot more swagger that he can feel at home in. Attitude is a big part of Beckham being successful. The feeling surrounding Cleveland right now is electric.

It just felt like Beckham needed to restart. Reuniting with former LSU teammate Jarvis Landry is an awesome story. That was one of the cooler relationships in the NFL before they joined forces in Ohio. Now, they’ll be shredding defenses side-by-side like they did in college.

Having Baker Mayfield tossing the pigskin definitely doesn’t hurt either. His incredible accuracy and gunslinger mentality makes him a great pairing for Beckham. He quietly threw for the most touchdowns ever by a rookie quarterback in 2018. Mayfield is the real deal. There won’t be 10 dump-offs a game like in New York, and instead those targets will be bombed downfield to a wide-open Beckham.

OBJ is big reason why the Browns are so hyped this year. Beckham will finally be playing for something with a team that can match his intensity. It feels like the perfect fit.

Tight End

George Kittle
Other Considerations: Zach Ertz, O.J. Howard

Probably the easiest decision on this team. I had to double check to make sure Kittle didn’t actually make 2018 First-Team All-Pro. He didn’t, but honestly it could have been a coin flip between he and Travis Kelce. Frankly, if so much wasn’t dependent on the stat sheet, Kittle’s impact as a blocker could have made up for the five less touchdowns he scored. I mean the guy broke the single-season record for receiving yards by a tight end and can block you as effectively as a disgruntled celebrity on twitter. That’s not a combination you see every day.

Just so I cover all the bases, why Kittle over Ertz if stats are so important? It has to do with what Kittle had to deal with that Ertz didn’t in 2018. Quarterback instability. George Kittle played with three quarterbacks in 2018. That includes 2.5 games from Garoppolo, 5.5 games from C.J. Beathard and 8 games from Nick Mullens. That’s a lot of chemistry that isn’t being built with your quarterback. It shouldn’t be a problem again if the best of that group is able to play a 16-game season for the first time in his career.

Another note is that Zach Ertz has some legitimate “competition” from teammate Dallas Goedert. Ertz is clearly the number one, but Goedert stole a fair amount of production from Ertz in 2018. Kittle will only be vying with Garrett Celek who had five catches for 90 yards and two scores in all of 2018.

This spot is realistically between two players: Kelce vs. Kittle. Well-established superstar vs. emerging talent. George Kittle might be the favorite for First-Team in 2019.

Left Tackle

Terron Armstead
Other Considerations: Trent Williams, Jake Matthews, Russell Okung, Alejandro Villanueva

There are never enough left tackles to go around in the NFL. However, there is a really solid crop of players who’ve failed to appear on the All-Pro First Team. Some are fairly new to the NFL scene while others are savvy vets who have just barely missed the cut at times in their career.

The best of this group is Saints’ left tackle Terron Armstead.

The NFL is a passing league, but offensive linemen still need to be able to run-block. Armstead excels in both. Unfortunately for him, it’s what he can’t control that’s kept him from really sprouting in the league. Health.

It’s a shame when a player as good as Terron Armstead gets blasted with injuries. He’s never completed a 16-game season in his six-year New Orleans career. Armstead has only been able to play in 27 of 48 possible contests since his 2015 breakout season. The Saints offense is a drastically different product with Armstead in. Because they rely on the run so heavily, an offensive tackle who can not only keep Brees’ blind side cl but also clear lanes for Alvin Kamara is infinitely valuable.

New Orleans has some great pieces on their line (see: next position) but Terron Armstead is the biggest presence. He made Second-Team All-Pro in 2018. If he can remain healthy in 2019, he could be looking at a First-Team berth.

Right Tackle

Ryan Ramczyk
Other Considerations: Mike McGlinchey, Trent Brown, Braden Smith

This right tackle group is full of up-and-comers. Brown, McGlinchey and Smith all distinguished themselves as special players in 2018. There is one player though, who’s just a step above.

As far as right tackles go, Ryan Ramczyk was a star on arrival in New Orleans. He acclimated quickly to the NFL scene as a rookie. Ramczyk made every conceivable All-Rookie team assembled by writers in 2017. Then, in 2018, he continued his ascension and was named Second-Team All-Pro.

Landing in New Orleans with Drew Brees in the backfield is a dream scenario for a lineman. Brees knows how to orchestrate an offense and navigate a pocket. Still, a team needs players who can execute a game plan and do their job.

Ramczyk is a mauler in the run game and, like Terron Armstead, can also hold his own against defensive pressure. He actually has potential at left tackle with his athleticism, but the Saints don’t have a need there and put Ramczyk in the best spot to succeed immediately.

The right tackle position on the All-Pro team is a pretty wide open race. Since the team began separating right tackles and left tackles in 2016 no player has repeated on the right side. A rookie made the team in 2016 (Conklin) and in 2018 a previously solid player made it (Schwartz). 2019 could be Ramczyk’s turn.

Left Guard

Joel Bitonio
Other Considerations: Joe Thuney, Ali Marpet

The guard position is the most unknown job on a football roster to the average fan. Most recognize the big names like Marshal Yanda, Zack Martin and Quenton Nelson. But beyond the mainstream characters, it’s a lot of “Joes”. This is what makes offensive line such an interesting position group. It’s such a vital part of an offense but information on it is relatively uncirculated. It’s time to give these guys some cred.

Joel Bitonio has been really good for a couple seasons now. You could have made a very convincing argument about Bitonio making the All-Pro’s First Team in 2018. His consolation? A Second-Team bid. Often what separates a lineman from one team or the other is a little bit more or less publicity. I don’t know anyone who could tell you definitively why Quenton Nelson was better than Bitonio in 2018. That’s what makes judging offensive lineman so hard for the every day fan.

Regardless, Joel Bitonio is among the league’s best left guards. He also finds himself in an odd position of being on a very hyped team that is getting more action this offseason than they’ve had in the previous 10 combined. Vote Joel Bitonio for left guard 2019.

Right Guard

Shaq Mason
Other Considerations: Brandon Scherff

If any position gets less attention than left guard, it’s right guard. Thanks to right handed quarterbacks, the right side of the line often plays the role of the middle child. That being especially true for the guard spot as it is played near the actual middle of the line.

Shaq Mason entered the NFL as a 22 year-old which is incredibly young for an offensive lineman. He’s also the shortest offensive lineman in the NFL coming in at just 6’ 1”. The Patriots' offensive line factory is for real. Not many teams could turn a player this vertically challenged into an elite asset.

Mason has been starting for New England ever since he was drafted in 2015. 2018 was certainly his best season to date. Cowboy’s guard Zack Martin pretty much has had a monopoly on the right guard spot for the All-Pro team. Martin has been named All-Pro in each of the past five years, three First-Teams and two Second-Teams. It’ll be tough to dethrone him. Shaq Mason is the underdog and if there’s anything a Patriot knows well, it’s being doubted… wait that’s not right…

Center

Javon Mack
Other Considerations: David Andrews, Matt Paradis

By utilizing context clues you’ve probably deduced that this is in fact Alex Mack of the Atlanta Falcons. His full name is actually Javon Alexander Mack. Just wanted an opportunity to get that out there. Now, onto less interesting information.

Mack is always the bridesmaid and never the bride. He’s earned three Second-Team All-Pro bids in his 10 year career but never a first. With the additions of two first round offensive linemen to Atlanta’s line, this unit as a whole should see major improvement.

Javon Mack wasn’t his typically dominant self last year. With new starters on either side of Mack in Chris Lindstrom and James Carpenter, he should return to form in 2019.


Defense

EDGE

Joey Bosa, Myles Garrett
Other Considerations: Demarcus Lawrence, Trey Flowers, Danielle Hunter, Frank Clark

Edge rusher is one of the more wide open positions on this team. A high sack total can take you far as we saw with Vic Beasley in the 2016 season. Sacks can be a deceptive statistic when focused on in a vacuum though. Other categories like hits, hurries and pressures can give a more complete picture of the impact an edge rusher makes. However, those numbers aren’t as mainstream and don’t receive the attention they deserve.

There are a plethora of candidates for this spot, but a couple stand out: Joey Bosa and Myles Garrett. They’ve only played a combined five seasons and have both shown consistent signs of utter dominance on the field. The best is yet to come for these young players.

Bosa and Garrett have the highest per game sack average of the pass rushers under consideration here, and by a decent margin. Bosa averages .81 sacks per game and Garrett averages .75 per game.

For Joey Bosa, putting together a full 16-game season in 2019 could be enough to thrust his name into the elite tier of edge rushers. He got off to a hot start in the NFL, recording back-to-back double digit sack seasons before only playing seven games in 2018.

There’s no question about surrounding talent in Los Angeles. Melvin Ingram flying off the edge opposite Bosa as well as first round pick Jerry Tillery on the interior presents a unique challenge for offensive lines. A competent linebacking corps and stifling secondary allows each player to simply focus on doing his job and nothing more. Bosa is a dynamic pass-rusher ready to take over the league.

Myles Garrett’s situation in Cleveland is similar in talent to Bosa’s. But, the former first overall pick might have even moresupport on the defensive line. John Dorsey added Olivier Vernon and Sheldon Richardson in the offseason, both of whom possess quarterback-hunting chops. Cleveland has built a daunting front four.

Myles Garrett tallied 13.5 sacks in 2018 without elite reinforcements. Now he heads into 2019 with a revamped line and all the hype a team could want. The Browns are already riding a wave and Garrett might be able to take that all the way to First-Team All-Pro.

Interior Defensive Linemen

Akiem Hicks, DeForest Buckner
Other Considerations: Chris Jones, Grady Jarrett

Contrary to the parity at the edge rusher position on this team, interior defensive lineman is among the toughest to breakthrough at. That’s in large part because the league is really only fighting for one spot. Aaron Donald resides here 12 months out of the year. He’s made First-Team in each of the past four seasons. During that time no other player has repeated at this spot. The other four appearances are from Fletcher Cox, Cameron Heyward, Damon Harrison and Geno Atkins.

In 2019 there is an abundance of contenders for interior defensive lineman.

Akiem Hicks’ 16 sacks over the past two seasons gives him the flashy stats to get his name out there. He also plays for the league’s best defense at the moment. Hicks is in a phenomenal position for continued success in Chicago. He plays next to a run stuffing tackle in Eddie Goldman and in front of one of the league’s best quarterback killers in Khalil Mack. Akiem Hicks would be the best player on a majority of NFL squads, but falls as the fourth or fifth best in the Windy City which is absolutely bonkers. He could sneak up on people and challenge for a spot on this team.

DeForest Buckner is the other selection here. In 2018 he exploded for 12.5 sacks as the lone threat on the 49ers’ defensive line.

The theme here is surrounding talent and San Francisco doesn’t lack in that department. They’ve continued to load up in the trenches and finally look ready to unleash their crew on the NFL. Having Dee Ford and Nick Bosa at end is going to be legitimately scary for opposing quarterbacks. Buckner is basically a big end playing on the inside. He’s quickly become a uniquely disruptive presence. Buckner has an excellent chance to take his game to the next level with an All-Pro bid.

Linebacker

Deion Jones, Leighton Vander Esch, Benardrick McKinney
Other Considerations: Roquan Smith, Jaylon Smith

When you think linebacker in the NFL there are two names that immediately come to mind: Luke Kuechly and Bobby Wagner. These two superstars have made up 2/3 of the First-Team All-Pro linebacking corps all but two seasons dating back to 2013. They’ve represented the class of this position for a large part of the 2010’s. So, including three new names here is incredibly unlikely to actually happen. But, these are the players fighting for that third spot at linebacker.

Deion Jones is a bit of a forgotten entity after his injury riddled 2018 campaign. But, when looking at coverage linebackers in the NFL, the list of players better than Jones is a blank one. He’s been one of the best new-age linebackers who excel with speed and quickness over size and power. Jones recorded three interceptions in each of his first two seasons and had two already last year in just six games before going down for the season. The fourth-year pro is also a feisty sideline-to-sideline ’backer who gets in on about every tackle. Jones is a flashy playmaker who serves as the glue to Atlanta’s defense. His impact won’t go unnoticed in 2019.

Next up is a new name to the NFL who’s already more well-known than many of his peers. Leighton Vander Esch has a name that sticks with you. His play stood out just as much as a rookie. In fact he was so good for Dallas in his first season, Vander Esch managed to sideline longtime stalwart Sean Lee. Lee has been the key for the Cowboys defense for years. Leighton Vander Esch passing him on the depth chart just a few games into the season is enough to know he’s the real deal. He racked up tackles in 2018 and asserted himself as among the best at his position. It was a loaded 2018 linebacker draft class. Even though Darius Leonard got the All-Pro nod as a rook, Vander Esch wasn’t far behind.

The final spot at linebacker goes to Benardrick McKinney. He’s been putting in work since entering the league through the second round in 2015. It’s easy to be forgotten when you play in a front seven with J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney. McKinney shouldn't stay under-the-radar for long.

Benardrick McKinney has been a steady riser throughout his four seasons as a pro. He was given a 5-year contract worth $50 million in the 2018 offseason. McKinney earns that money as a suffocating run-stuffer. He’s the tallest linebacker in the league and that size shows up on the field. His coverage skills are still developing but he set career highs in broken up passes with seven and interceptions with one last season. If McKinney can make strides in that area this year, he has good prospects of showing up here after the season concludes.

Cornerback

Marlon Humphrey, Marshon Lattimore
Other Considerations: Casey Hayward, Xavien Howard, Tre’Davious White

In the last five years, no cornerback has appeared twice at this position. That’s pretty astounding. That makes 10 different players occupying this spot in five seasons. The trend could continue in 2019. There are plenty of strong contenders for their first appearance this year.

Truly all of the five players I have listed here have a very equal chance at this honor in 2019.

My first choice is the fast rising corner in Baltimore. Marlon Humphrey showed hints of elite ability in his rookie season. That play proved to be no fluke as he officially broke out in 2018 where he became one of the brightest young corners in the game. Now he’ll enter 2019 as the Ravens unquestioned number one cornerback at just 23 years old. The addition of Earl Thomas could do wonders for Humphrey’s ascension to elite status.

The Saints’ Marshon Lattimore is my second pick. He had a phenomenal start to his career as a rookie, easily earning Defensive Rookie of the Year. That’s tough to do at cornerback. He maintained that excellent play for most of 2019. There were a few bumps in the road throughout the season, but he’s still among the NFL’s up-and-comers at corner.

New Orleans’ renovated defense is looking better at every level. Lattimore is a big reason for the upgraded secondary. There’s still plenty of room for improvement in his game. Putting all the pieces together could yield Lattimore a spot on this team.

Safety

Jamal Adams, Malcolm Jenkins
Other Considerations: John Johnson, Keanu Neal

There are a lot of really good safeties in the NFL right now. The top tier includes seven players who have set themselves apart. Earl Thomas, Harrison Smith, Kevin Byard, Eddie Jackson and Derwin James are five who have already accomplished this feat. That leaves Jamal Adams and Malcolm Jenkins as next in line.

Jamal Adams has only played in the NFL for two years, but it’s somehow already surprising that he hasn’t been on this team. He made Second-Team All-Pro in 2018 and is without a doubt in the same tier as last year First-Teamers Derwin James and Eddie Jackson. Adams is the best thumper of the three and can keep up in the coverage department. James and Jackson ended 2018 with 16 and 21 total pass breakups. Jamal Adams posted 13 combined breakups in 2018. His impact as a coverage safety is still developing but clearly isn't a liability.

If the Jets defense was a better unit last year, it very well could have been Adams as one of the safeties instead of James and Jacksonamal Adams will make this team sooner or later in his NFL career.

Similar to Adams, it’s stunning that Malcolm Jenkins has never made this team. Almost more so because Jenkins is entering his 11th season in the league. He hasn’t always been a elite playmaker, but has had a late career renaissance in Philadelphia as one of their most vital defenders.

A lot of what Malcolm Jenkins does on the field doesn’t show up in the stat sheet. Directing the secondary and diagnosing plays are two of his biggest strengths. He’s also a reliable tackler and dangerous ball-hawk for opposing quarterbacks. Those attributes do show up in the stat sheet.

Jenkins will be playing 2019 at 31 years old. He’s among the oldest starting safeties in the NFL. He hasn’t shown signs of slowing down and could be a surprise entry at safety this season.

Defensive Back

Casey Hayward

Casey Hayward was close to earning this honor twice recently. He made Second-Team All-Pro in 2016 and 2017.

When Hayward arrived in San Diego in 2016 he transformed into a different player. His first year as a Charger, Hayward exploded for seven interceptions and immediately became one of the better free agent signing in recent memory giving the Chargers a CB1.

Hayward’s inconsistency may have been a reason why Green Bay let him walk in free agency. He has a habit of going boom-or-bust in the interception department. His pick totals have gone as follows: 6, 0 (played 3 games), 3, 0, 7, 4 and 0. Two full seasons of zero interceptions and four of 3+. Hayward has the ability to be an elite ball-hawk but that doesn't always show up. It isn’t just the interception numbers that dip during the seasons either. His deflected passes also fall-off without warning. He has three seasons of 20+ deflections and three seasons of less than 10.

It’s a curious case of erratic effectiveness in coverage. Especially considering he played with two All-Pro’s in the secondary in 2018. He isn’t operating on an island.

Casey Hayward will be 30 when the season rolls around. It’s possible he’s hit he wall that many cornerbacks run into at age 30. If not, a return to form could be in the cards. Really anything is possible.
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2019.06.11 13:49 amigokomashiangeljr Former NXIVM follower recalls dating leader Keith Raniere, meeting 'Smallville' star Allison Mack - Fox News

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2019.06.11 11:08 FreedomNewsPolitics Former NXIVM follower recalls dating leader Keith Raniere, meeting 'Smallville' star Allison Mack

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2019.06.11 11:07 FreedomNewsPolitics Former NXIVM follower recalls dating leader Keith Raniere, meeting 'Smallville' star Allison Mack

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2019.04.23 21:59 Pahoalili Keith left standing alone (roundup from the Frank Report, April 19)

With today’s pleas – with Clare Bronfman and Kathy Russell pleading guilty – there is but one man standing in the case of the US v. Keith Ranere et al.
It is funny, laughable really, for the world’s smartest man to come to this. His whole plan – for years – was to put everything in other’s names – so that if law enforcement ever came down on him – he’d be in the clear.
Talk about miscalculation. He will almost certainly face the longest prison sentence. Whether he survives it or not, whether he actually spends more time in prison alive than his female codefendants, is another question, for another day.
At the end of the day, though – this day – this Good Friday – he will be alone – the sole defendant and most likely all five of his former co-defendants – Clare, Kathy, Allison Mack and mother-daughter Lauren and Nancy Salzman – will be poised to testify against this man that only little more than a year ago they were pledging undying loyalty to — he was their Vanguard.
With Clare pleading today – to what will likely be one racketeering charge and one racketeering conspiracy charge – both with 20 year maximum sentences [and no minimum] – and in line with what Lauren and Allison pleaded to recently – Clare will have ended her tenure as Keith Raniere’ chief enabler – with an allocution, a sentencing date – likely in September – followed by a stretch in prison.
For years, these two monsters, Clare and Keith, scared, threatened and punished enemies, abusing the civil and criminal courts – and did so with impunity – as they held together that criminal enterprise known as Nxivm.
She used her money to corrupt the system [and money itself corrupts the system – for the wealthy can buy their justice and she had hundreds of millions to spend]. Now that system is working against her and her money most likely will not be able to buy her the injustice of getting out of this mess she got into 16 years ago, it comes full circle.
As for hapless Kathy Russell, the low level bookkeeper of Nxivm, she is likely to plead guilty to one charge of racketeering conspiracy – for that is all she is charged with. If this is so, then Nancy and Kathy get off the lightest – with one felony each.
Allison and Lauren and Clare [if she pleads to two counts today] will be on par – pleading guilty to one count each of racketeering and racketeering conspiracy.
Odd, the most culpable Nancy will be on the same terms as the least culpable – the hapless Kathy Russell – but Nancy got on the plea deal bus first and Kathy got on last.
All the codefendants – who are now [or will be by the end of today] convicts – will be sentenced by Judge Nicholas Garaufis.
If there is a trial – if Keith goes the distance – then the level of their cooperation may be a factor in sentencing. If there is no trial – or even if there is – sentencing may be impacted by letters to the court – both pro and con – on these various convicts.
If you have had an experience – either good or bad with Mack, Salzman, Salzman, Russell or Bronfman – you might want to consider writing a letter to the judge for his consideration in sentencing these ladies.
The judge has huge latitude. He can go anywhere from 20 years per count to zero. He can let them walk, or have them subject to home arrest or sentence them to what the sentencing guidelines suggest – which is likely in the 3-6 year range – for convicts such as these – who pleaded guilty before trial, took responsibility for their criminal actions, and agreed to cooperate with the prosecution.
The convicts themselves can speak on their own behalf [expect a number of tearful pleas for leniency] and their lawyers will, and the prosecution also will make their own recommendation.
Victims may also be permitted to speak in court at sentencing – and the judge just might welcome this for the record.
On top of that, Pretrial Services – who have been monitoring the defendants since their arrest – will also make recommendations.
As of today, the trial is set to begin on May 7 with Keith Raniere.
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2019.02.07 17:06 SerialBrain2 Trump’s SOTU Address: an amazing speech, a necklace and a secret in plain sight.

Wow. What a speech!
“Tonight, I ask you to choose Greatness”.
This line alone sums up all the high aspirations this man has for our country. It’s not about one guy being low or another guy being high or kicking anything, it’s about ALL OF US being GREAT! What a lesson…
Look at the polls Img0 This speech was pure political GENIUS.
Of course, the Fake News and its horde of human bots, bots, possessed influencers and other social media hybrid creatures focused on something else. Something low. Something meaningless. This time, it was about the Maestro’s tie. Img1
When I saw this, I had to determine if this was another coded message from the Maestro. I looked around and found the sequence that helped answer this question: Img2 As you can see, when the Maestro steps in, his tie is perfectly straight. It is only after he shakes hands with Rep. Billy Long that it’s naturally displaced. There was therefore no rationally intended message with the tie. However, for those who know how the Spirit operates in the material realm, BLUE KACHINA is the door...
All this got me thinking. I took a closer look at Nancy’s necklace. Did you notice that during the Maestro’s speech, it was heavily leaning to the right? Was it a fashion fancy or the way the necklace was designed? Img3 A picture of Nancy entering Congress shows it’s none of the above: her necklace was perfectly straight. It was also perfectly straight as she was standing next to VP Pence waiting for POTUS. It only got displaced at some point during Trump’s speech.
Next? We have to determine, just like we did for the Maestro’s tie, how the necklace was displaced. To remain consistent, let’s stay with the Fox News feed: Img4 Look at the screenshots at 31:12, when POTUS introduces FLOTUS and at 35:40 when he introduces Joseph Riley, Erving Walker and Herman Zeitchik. Nancy’s necklace has noticeably moved to the right. We now know something happened between 31:12 and 35:40.
At 31:33, the Maestro confirms his 16:41 tweet about unity by saying these amazing lines: Img5
Stand up ovation. Nancy claps, and as she is sitting down, this happens: Img6
Bingo! Nancy displaced her necklace and made it lean to the right immediately after POTUS called for unity. Coincidence? Is she signaling she is ready to move the red and blue pearls of the House more to the right and meet Trump halfway? Is she saying yes to Trump’s call? Did she hear Trump’s warning and is now ready to stand up to her unhinged left wing? Is she ready to really play ball and put an end to what Trump called further in his speech: “ridiculous partisan investigations”?
Let’s take a closer look at the tweet. Img7 Capital letters LSOTU=87, same value as I NEED A SIGN. This is Trump coding his call for unity: “do you want to work with me for the benefit of the American People or do you want a confrontation you now know you will inevitably lose? Let me know”. The timestamp is 16:41. Let’s go to Q1641. We find the line “shareblue”. Do you see it? This “blue” is the group of moderate Dems Trump is inviting Nancy to “share” with him to make Congress work. These reasonable Dems could be spotted as Trump was entering the House, they were the ones trying to shake his hands or even get their hats autographed… Notice at 27:23 how one of them insistently taps on Trump’s back to get to shake his hand and how Minority leader McCarthy skillfully makes the connection. Politics at its finest folks…
Now you know that Nancy’s necklace represents the House and that its colors were not chosen randomly. Red for Republicans, blue for Dems. Nancy is an experienced politician. She knows that when her opponent has demonstrated his skills and power, the smart thing to do is to accommodate him as much as she can and that is what that necklace leaning to the right means. Did you notice Adam and his Little White Bodyguards Cortez and Co? Look: Img8 Soon, it’s going to get bloody between Nancy and her far left wing. I can tell you that.
Speaking of Adam, Peruvian Coffee for those who saw the preceding tweet was about him. Img9 Capital letters MILNYTUSLNY add up to 184, same value as SPORTS BETTING. The Maestro is referring to the BETS about Adam in my previous post. Look at the timestamp: 12:08 PM. Let’s go to Q1208, it talks about AS. Coincidence? It says: “expand further” and pulls in Wendy, Hussein and Allison Mack. It also connects to an article about the death of Mariah S. Coogan. The Maestro is letting us know that the conjecture linking AS to BETS via the SOTU date was over the target. In addition to the heat building up on his Russia probe leaks, AS is also targeted by what we, the Q Community, already know about what happened at the Standard Hotel. The process is launched. Now you know what Adam was signaling when surrounding himself with all these Little White Bodyguards…
Now question: who do you think the Maestro is talking to when he codes in his tweet: “I NEED A SIGN”?
Do you remember Nancy’s scarf on the 33rd day of the shutdown? The scarf with the Chinese colors?
Who do you think really controls our corrupt politicians, planted businessmen and Fake News media? The Russian hoax was created as a smoke screen so that the American People could not spot who they really work for.
Q2351 Look HERE [RUSSIA] DO NOT LOOK HERE [CHINA]
In this article , you will learn how China controls an international media network and how it’s activated. Fascinating. If you are not aware that America’s wealth has been deceitfully exported to China which in turn spread its tentacles in America and worldwide with the help of our top politicians, businessmen and Fake News media operators, you are missing 90% of the Q conversation. China’s economic success is artificial and was only possible because our former politicians allowed it. This is why the Maestro does not consider President Xi, who also has his Deep State franchise, as an enemy: he does not blame it on the Chinese, he blames it on our stupid and treasonous political and business leaders.
Q1959 China hacked HRC server? False. Access was granted.
The Maestro’s strategy is to correct this by attacking the very foundations of this artificial success. Hence the trade war, Huawei and other asphyxiating geopolitical moves like Venezuela or the recent US military operations in Africa. This integrated economic warfare approach is what General Mattis did not see and that Trump is running behind the scenes. It’s devastating. Soon, the fruit will be ripe and China will have to accept Trump’s checkmate and negotiate with him a real trade deal with real numbers and a real currency.
Q2378 ALL [INSIDE] ROADS TO CHINA ARE BEING CLOSED. AMERICA IS NO LONGER FOR SALE. Q
In the meantime, President Trump and President Xi have to establish trust and show what they respectively control.
This gives me the opportunity to keep my promise and tell you who tipped off CNN about Roger Stone’s arrest. I know it looks like two different things but bear with me, you’ll see the connection very soon.
Did you notice that despite being the first on the case, CNN remained evasive about the number of vehicles and FBI officers dispatched to raid Stone’s house? Img10 The rest of the media quoted Stone and informed us there were 29 FBI agents and 17 vehicles. This, in CNN language, is translated to “a dozen officers” and “a number of law enforcement vehicles”. Why is CNN avoiding these numbers? Of course they hate the number 17=Q. But there is more. This number 29 stands for A LAMB=29. You caught that Mueller got Manafort first, then targeted Corsi, then Stone. Why? Because he’s moving his way up:
Q1009 Why is Mueller going after 'inside plants'?
Stone is a sacrificial lamb allowing Mueller to gather more info and get to the big guys:
Q2102 What happens if Mueller 'proves' 'Free Speech Systems LLC' aka 'InfoWars' is linked to a Foreign Intel Agency or other Non_Domestic entity?
Another function of the sacrificial lamb is that Stone lied to Congress and his arrest sets the stage for the future arrest of all those who lied to Congress, as rightly pointed out by our excellent Sarah Sanders here.
Now you know why Stone’s arrest had to be mediatized. But then how do you activate the Fake News media when they hate you? Img11 Answer: you talk to their boss. If you are attacked by an angry dog, would you rather “negotiate” with the dog or with the one holding the leash? Look at the timestamp of the Maestro’s tweet about CNN: 11:16 AM. Let’s go to Q1116. It says: “Thank you Xi, good start”. Do you see it? The White Hats activated China to tip off CNN and they are thanking them for doing so!
This achieved 2 things:
1) China gave proof of their control over the media
2) tested and verified comms at intermediary level
The intermediary level comms with China were skillfully shut down by the Maestro to destabilize their intel assets in the US. This worked so well, the Chinese Ambassador epically complained about it in front of an astonished Chris Wallace. Video.
Now you know why the Maestro compared negotiating with China to negotiating with Chuck and Nancy. It’s one and the same thing. Except in one case, the dog does not try to bite and knows how to clap…
Q2496 Item used when walking a dog? Q
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2018.12.04 21:38 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: superman top posts from 2017-12-03 to 2018-12-03 05:51 PDT

Period: 364.60 days
Submissions Comments
Total 1000 11414
Rate (per day) 2.74 31.18
Unique Redditors 462 2107
Combined Score 64762 45369

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 3757 points, 37 submissions: OwnTheKnight
    1. An amazing quote from Christopher Reeve. The impact of Superman over the last 80 years on pop culture goes deep (406 points, 14 comments)
    2. Happy Halloween, /superman! (252 points, 11 comments)
    3. Incredible Man of Steel piece by Dan Mumford (228 points, 7 comments)
    4. The man of steel by Enzo Fernandez (227 points, 14 comments)
    5. Happy Birthday to the Late Margot Kidder, a.k.a Lois Lane! (184 points, 7 comments)
    6. Superman by Gabriel Soares (184 points, 7 comments)
    7. Superman oil painting by Ben Jeffery (165 points, 7 comments)
    8. Supermans journey through "Man of Steel", "Batman v Superman" and "Justice League" by Rico Jr (147 points, 24 comments)
    9. Superman by James White (139 points, 4 comments)
    10. Superman by DennisBudd (131 points, 5 comments)
  2. 2670 points, 64 submissions: tasminhumphx
    1. I can relate to this a whole lot.... (185 points, 8 comments)
    2. It’s beautiful 😍 (121 points, 9 comments)
    3. What incredible comic art! Now one of my favourite covers to date, thank you Kaare Andrews 🙌🏾 (111 points, 6 comments)
    4. 👀🙈 (102 points, 6 comments)
    5. DC Comics declared 12th June as Superman Day to honour the first, the greatest and my favourite Superhero! Happy Superman Day! 🎉🎉🎉 Artwork of course by Alex Ross! (100 points, 2 comments)
    6. Wow, love this piece by Steve Rude (99 points, 3 comments)
    7. Doomsday Pin Badge (93 points, 12 comments)
    8. Believe, Always Believe - Superman (91 points, 7 comments)
    9. I just watched The Death Of Superman and I loved it! For an animated movie it was brilliant! I had a few issues with it but overall it was great! You can read my thoughts about it via the link. But what did you guys think? (86 points, 25 comments)
    10. More Action Comics Covers (79 points, 3 comments)
  3. 2182 points, 27 submissions: ZacPensol
    1. May the Fourth be with you! Here's Superman fighting Darth Vader, painted by Alex Ross (279 points, 32 comments)
    2. I finally got up the nerve to put on a Superman costume at the 40th Metropolis Illinois Superman Celebration (with my girlfriend as S:TAS Lois) (239 points, 30 comments)
    3. Stan Lee passes away at 95. (209 points, 20 comments)
    4. In memory of the legendary Steve Ditko (180 points, 3 comments)
    5. 80th Anniversary Superman Through the Years Photoshoot - Metropolis, IL. Photo by Mark Shafer (139 points, 18 comments)
    6. /Superman reaches 20,000 subscribers! (125 points, 9 comments)
    7. Director Jon Schnepp has passed away - if you've never seen his documentary "The Death of Superman Lives" it's well worth the watch. (105 points, 9 comments)
    8. GF and I made custom Nightwing & Flamebird (Chris Kent & Thara Ak-Var version) shirts! I'll put a downloadable vector file in the comments so you can make your own. (96 points, 6 comments)
    9. First look at Brainiac from SyFy's upcoming show 'Krypton' (91 points, 19 comments)
    10. Official logo for the 40th Annual Metropolis IL Superman Celebration, by artist Jon Pinto (84 points, 15 comments)
  4. 1671 points, 24 submissions: Thegeekofsteel
    1. I recently stood in front of Christopher Reeve's costume from Superman:The Movie and I haven't stopped smiling since. (248 points, 41 comments)
    2. I have been wanting to meet, and thank, Frank Quitely for a while. The wait was worth it. (152 points, 17 comments)
    3. The cover for SUPERMAN: THE GOLDEN AGE Vol. 4 by Doc Shaner. Beautiful. (142 points, 10 comments)
    4. Krypto/Kal. Kal/Henry. (126 points, 9 comments)
    5. Meet Nick O'Teen. Back in the early 80's Superman was in an anti-smoking campaign in England and Nick was the dastardly villain. (115 points, 8 comments)
    6. Superman headshots. Curt Swan was such a talented artist. (114 points, 12 comments)
    7. When you enter The Metropolis Planet newspaper offices (Metropolis, IL) you are met with this amazing poster. Happy Fourth Of July! (84 points, 7 comments)
    8. An Action Comics #1 mosaic containing some of the issues from #1 - #100. (82 points, 8 comments)
    9. An advert for Action Comics #1. Where's my Time Machine...? (69 points, 5 comments)
    10. Another fantastic Action Comics 1000 variant. This one is by Nicola Scott and available from Kings Comics in Australia. (59 points, 13 comments)
  5. 1635 points, 26 submissions: JosephMeach
    1. Wonder Woman meets Superman (233 points, 14 comments)
    2. Christopher Reeve with my mom in 1983 during the making of Superman lll (200 points, 5 comments)
    3. NEWS: The U.S. National Film Registry has added Richard Donner's Superman this year, and the film will be preserved by the Library of Congress for being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.” (129 points, 5 comments)
    4. Margot Kidder as Lois, on the set of (Donner) Superman II (108 points, 7 comments)
    5. TIL the first time the Flash raced Superman, they made sure the race ended as a tie so that none of the gangsters that had bet on the race made any money (101 points, 9 comments)
    6. TIL That when Christopher Reeve (the man who played Superman) was about to receive the surgery to reattach his skull to his spine after falling off a horse, Robin Williams cheered him up by dressing as his character from Nine Months and proclaiming that Reeve will be getting a rectal exam. (98 points, 4 comments)
    7. On the 2nd day of Christmas, my true love gave to me... (97 points, 12 comments)
    8. Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder filming the first "Superman" movie... (1978) (64 points, 6 comments)
    9. Brooke Shields reading Superman, 1983 (59 points, 3 comments)
    10. Cover of Black Lightning #4 (59 points, 9 comments)
  6. 1373 points, 15 submissions: bowb4zod
    1. 3D printed this Superman bust. Finished it off with chrome spray paint. (188 points, 13 comments)
    2. Finally beat The Death and Return of Superman on SNES!! (162 points, 17 comments)
    3. My office ordered a cake to celebrate! (161 points, 9 comments)
    4. Christmas is coming. Superman Ugly Sweater!! (125 points, 13 comments)
    5. Let see of anyone understands my new shirts. (117 points, 11 comments)
    6. Scored at EB games for 50% off. Didn’t even know they had statues there. (115 points, 13 comments)
    7. Well here is one thing I’ll never have in my collection. (109 points, 6 comments)
    8. Departure and Arrival statues. (82 points, 2 comments)
    9. Found the Jor-El and Zod LEGO minifigs!! (74 points, 7 comments)
    10. 3D printed a statue of Resurrected Superman (73 points, 19 comments)
  7. 1214 points, 11 submissions: Reddit__PI
    1. Margot Kidder & Christopher Reeve Tribute by BossLogic (301 points, 13 comments)
    2. Superman by Geirrod Van Dyke (192 points, 9 comments)
    3. Batman v Superman (via 1989) by Kieran Madden (154 points, 8 comments)
    4. Superman by Salvador Velázquez (124 points, 9 comments)
    5. Superboy by Dave Rapoza (114 points, 9 comments)
    6. Superman by Jake Anderson (87 points, 2 comments)
    7. Superboy by Johnny Morrow (70 points, 4 comments)
    8. Superman - Dark Suit design by Nimesh Niyomal (66 points, 6 comments)
    9. Superman and Lois Lane by InkOutOfTheBox (52 points, 2 comments)
    10. Superman: The Animated Series poster by Cristhian Hova (33 points, 2 comments)
  8. 1183 points, 11 submissions: trygraptor
    1. Pa Kent perfectly characterizing his boy Clark (from Superman: Brainiac by Geoff Johns) (263 points, 11 comments)
    2. Finished Red Son Last night. Just wow. (197 points, 25 comments)
    3. Old-Guard Superman Fans Watching the DCEU (192 points, 63 comments)
    4. I'm a little meh about BvS, but I love this short rescue scene. They called and He came. I cry every time. (138 points, 76 comments)
    5. Red Lanterns #29 (The New 52) (94 points, 9 comments)
    6. Local live show of Superman coming through. Should I go? (89 points, 23 comments)
    7. I’ve got a great evening ahead of me (66 points, 7 comments)
    8. Military v. Superman Movies (49 points, 21 comments)
    9. Hans Zimmer Superman Theme (45 points, 33 comments)
    10. Any fans here of the New Super-man? (34 points, 9 comments)
  9. 1053 points, 31 submissions: MarcReyes
    1. Henry Cavill: Shaved but not forgotten (211 points, 15 comments)
    2. I think I'll spend my birthday with an old friend. (157 points, 24 comments)
    3. Lois & Clark & Kara (76 points, 2 comments)
    4. Tyler Hoechlin Returns As Superman For CW Superhero Crossover With Lois Lane (66 points, 37 comments)
    5. The trunks are here to stay. (40 points, 32 comments)
    6. Announcing the Superman: The Animated Series Rewatch! (32 points, 13 comments)
    7. Superman: The Animated Series Rewatch: S1E4 "Fun and Games" (32 points, 11 comments)
    8. Superman: The Animated Series Rewatch: S3E8 "New Kids in Town" (30 points, 16 comments)
    9. Superman: The Animate Series Rewatch: S3E12 "In Brightest Day..." (27 points, 12 comments)
    10. Superman: The Animated Series Rewatch: S2E4 "Mxyzpixilated" (27 points, 16 comments)
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    3. Art by Pat Gleason (136 points, 28 comments)
    4. Swamp Thing V Superman (Jorge Jimenez) (114 points, 4 comments)
    5. Art by JH Williams III (68 points, 10 comments)

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  5. This is the Superman we know and love. by ailienenaan (361 points, 26 comments)
  6. Never Forget. by baribigbird06 (339 points, 25 comments)
  7. Like me, my grandfather was a Superman fan. Years ago he handed down to me his "Supermen of America" certificate from 1939, when he was just 15 years old. He passed away today at age 93. I thought I would scan the certificate and share it with you guys. by BDYATH (328 points, 32 comments)
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2018.09.26 22:52 BooktubeCatalogue Booktube Channel List September (1k channels)

Have 1k channels now, Will need to go through and check them all again at some stage.
Please comment down below with additional channels.
If you want to chat to bookish people/people interested in booktube join the Discord channel: https://discord.gg/Q7v2SHN
1 polandbananasBOOKS 396059
2 abookutopia 371558
3 jessethereader 294028
4 Katytastic 251612
5 PeruseProject 248520
6 Hailey in Bookland 182739
7 Little Book Owl 180200
8 readbyzoe 179066
9 booksandquills 176603
10 A Clockwork Reader 165606
11 Kristina Horner 151993
12 emmmabooks 145453
13 Ariel Bissett 143157
14 LilyCReads 136093
15 Tashapolis 123831
16 gowithflick 111152
17 padfootandprongs07 77901
18 Bookables 69130
19 Jean Bookishthoughts 58801
20 BookswithEmilyFox 56381
21 Helly 53364
22 Ben Alderson 53224
23 Amerie 52558
24 WhittyNovels 51696
25 BooksandLala 48333
26 Kayley Hyde 46450
27 Kassidy Voinche 46076
28 candysomething 45647
29 Jen Campbell 44718
30 Thoughts on Tomes 44115
31 InsaneReader 42611
32 TheBookTuber 42212
33 NayaReadsandSmiles 42201
34 thebookbasement 41411
35 Book Roast 39745
36 ChapterStackss 39624
37 gracewithabookinherface 35979
38 MercysBookishMusings 35705
39 a dash of ash 35394
40 LovingDemBooks 34651
41 Better Than Food: Book Reviews 34514
42 climbthestacks 34401
43 LovelyLikeLaura 32424
44 Piera Forde 31740
45 ProblemsofaBookNerd 31251
46 Elizziebooks 30647
47 vincentvanstop 30065
48 Riley Marie 29375
49 The Authentic Observer 28728
50 squibblesreads 26772
51 Alita Joy 26530
52 sarawithoutanH 26491
53 priceiswong 26262
54 brandonthebookaddict 25589
55 Casey Aonso 25558
56 maureenkeavy 24458
57 Lesley Rickman 24344
58 SophiesSeries 23980
59 lucythereader 23845
60 rincey reads 21800
61 WellDoneBooks 21718
62 Aprilius Maximus 21715
63 missemmareadsalot 21696
64 The Little Blush Bookshop 21586
65 Jbooklover 21107
66 Reads and Daydreams 20973
67 Conniebell 20791
68 TheBookHoarder 20428
69 Super Space Chick 19832
70 Sarah Churchill 19639
71 Sydney Toland 19275
72 abigailscupoftea 19203
73 Between Chapters 19030
74 Francina Simone 18917
75 Jordan Harvey 18396
76 Katherine's Reads 18038
77 Indian Booktuber 17853
78 Peter Likes Books 17456
79 InkBonesBooks 17228
80 The_Bookchemist 16993
81 Cinzia DuBois 16761
82 shemightbemonica 16748
83 Katesbookdate 16689
84 Michael BookLion 16582
85 ivymuse 16563
86 Sam's Nonsense 16326
87 Bazpierce 16187
88 BookishPrincess 15958
89 emma likes to read 15913
90 Helene Jeppesen 15813
91 chelseadolling reads 15577
92 HardbackHoarder 14525
93 SavidgeReads 14461
94 Connor O'Brien 14394
95 getbookish 14385
96 Iasmina Edina 14359
97 gingerreadslainey 14305
98 Sarah Sunbeemz 14298
99 The Booktube Girl 14202
100 YA BookwormBlogger 14128
101 Claire Fenby 13756
102 The Book Leo 13682
103 Mollie Reads 13489
104 Jellafy 13189
105 Peyton Reads 13183
106 Megan Olivier 13033
107 Ermahgerd Berks 12525
108 bigscreenbooks 12386
109 Kitty G 12367
110 Midnight Reads 12164
111 Cameron Chaney 12136
112 Casey Ann books 12038
113 the World of a Bookworm 11984
114 Brittany the Bibliophile 11709
115 shoutame 11677
116 cozyteareads 11653
117 booksandpieces 11618
118 Rachael Stephen 11596
119 Merphy Napier 11588
120 clarareadsbooks 11580
121 Rose Reads 11163
122 abookolive 11014
123 mynameismarines 10876
124 Elliot Brooks 10871
125 saidthestory 10718
126 PeaceLoveBooksxo 10648
127 Lauren And The Books 10400
128 Portal in the Pages 10140
129 Maddie and Bee 10096
130 Charley Cook 9834
131 Daniel Greene 9670
132 read susie read 9606
133 Books with Chloe 9588
134 BookishlyRichie 9544
135 gabbyreads 9218
136 Brown Girl Reading 9045
137 Beyond the Pages 8985
138 Basically Britt 8959
139 Jason Purcell 8731
140 Rae Sterling 8698
141 Chapter Barbara 8674
142 ashleyoutpaged 8503
143 twirling pages 8484
144 ThePerksOfBooks 8475
145 Insert Literary Pun Here 8450
146 enchantology 8391
147 Pages and Pens 8353
148 LeeNichole 8293
149 bookswithbeatrice 8279
150 Christina Marie 8228
151 Mackenzie Lane 8206
152 Life Between Words 8055
153 A Case for Books 7956
154 Read All The Books 7925
155 Bekah AwesomeBookNut 7914
156 Captured in Words 7847
157 The Book Castle 7805
158 readbetweenthewine 7744
159 chboskyy 7710
160 A Booktube Book 7610
161 Sophie Carlon 7587
162 GirlReading 7576
163 Possibly Literate 7473
164 Kellys BookSpill 7431
165 unmanaged mischief 7359
166 WhatKamilReads 7349
167 MissSassyKassie 7264
168 littlespider9 7253
169 Saumya's Bookstation 7215
170 thechaosofbooks 7129
171 BookRatMisty 7070
172 Books and Things 7053
173 TheReading Rhodes 6929
174 Hannah Tay 6923
175 AbigailHaleigh 6677
176 PippityBop 6657
177 RGsDevilship 6654
178 Reading with Pugs 6619
179 faeriedrugs 6588
180 Irish Reader 6588
181 Tall Tales 6512
182 mementomori 6482
183 Elena Reads Books 6267
184 ForTheLoveOfRyan 6239
185 ThePoptimist 6224
186 Chelsea Palmer 6216
187 Wolfshot Publishing 6198
188 myreadingisodd 6137
189 sandyreadsalot 5940
190 perpetualpages 5874
191 BooksAndBigHair 5849
192 victoriashaz 5838
193 Ink and Paper Blog 5835
194 Eric Karl Anderson 5814
195 Dean Goranites 5678
196 Chareads 5646
197 WhyMermaids 5632
198 books by leynes 5584
199 SFF180 5551
200 Getting Hygge With It 5499
201 Books on My Nightstand 5468
202 Katie Ruby 5253
203 Steve Donoghue 5239
204 Rogan Shannon 5180
205 Kate Pfeil 5173
206 Sybilla Gordon 5171
207 suddenlylorna 5102
208 LitJournal 5076
209 Lindsay Kramer 4995
210 Effusions of Wit 4959
211 readinginfinitely 4949
212 Kalanadi 4906
213 OhSheReads 4891
214 The Gwendolyn Reading Method 4830
215 Lukas Anthony 4746
216 Tomes And Travel 4733
217 Starry Night Reader 4664
218 ViennaWaitsBooks 4624
219 Paper Faerie 4541
220 JudeHnd 4522
221 yerabooknerdzoe 4488
222 robotnic 4485
223 BingeReader 4456
224 Alyxandria Ang 4374
225 Sues BookNook 4313
226 Nancy's Reads 4311
227 royaevereads 4311
228 Books Michelle 4260
229 TheBookArcher 4223
230 Lil's Vintage World 4190
231 Jay G 4165
232 It’sJaneLindsey 4162
233 WoolfsWhistle 4125
234 Claire Rousseau 4094
235 Jadeyraereads 4088
236 UnderTheRadarBooks 4069
237 Becky M 4029
238 Books & Smiles 3964
239 Jes Reads Books 3954
240 Adam Cesare 3950
241 ohhthatskellie 3938
242 The Storyscape 3928
243 mothereffingbooks 3907
244 TheShadesofOrange Booktube Channel 3868
245 Stripped Cover Lit 3827
246 thejordanjournals 3799
247 Norwegian BookNerd 3782
248 Books are my Social Life 3749
249 Drinking By My Shelf 3748
250 TheTruthAboutBooks 3734
251 literarydiversions 3731
252 Neil Griffiths 3701
253 Common Spence 3664
254 Britta Böhler 3578
255 Holly Hearts Books 3487
256 The Book Pusher 3469
257 Booktube Couple 3451
258 Little Red Reader 3431
259 YupIReadIt 3390
260 Kendra Winchester 3367
261 That's What She Read 3356
262 Jordyn Discombobulated 3339
263 ARRRGH! Schooling 3325
264 Jo the Great 3285
265 Claire Reads Books 3261
266 Kate Howe 3217
267 Unbound Book Reviews 3180
268 Bree Hill 3083
269 A Frolic Through Fiction 3035
270 BigHaired Bookworm 3029
271 dreamsBOOKScourage 3026
272 Jenni King 3018
273 Dylanthereader5 3007
274 Nicole's Adventures in SFF 2996
275 Books and Thoughts 2934
276 James Chatham 2934
277 adultishbooks 2932
278 readershark 2931
279 Harriet Rosie 2911
280 ZarriahRose 2909
281 Bookerly 2894
282 Sarah's Nightstand 2874
283 Matthew Sciarappa 2868
284 Novel Thoughts 2838
285 That Bookie 2829
286 Danni Darling 2792
287 kaysia younes 2787
288 Mrs Hembry Reads 2760
289 Jess McGlynn 2743
290 Sabine's Book Nook 2721
291 headinherbooks 2718
292 Bookish Realm 2674
293 Just Juan Reader 2620
294 PinkReadingHaze 2617
295 Ana - bb03aav 2608
296 BooksAndJams 2608
297 Brittany Reads 2588
298 Wilde Reads 2554
299 Don't Have a Degree in Reading 2541
300 Beauty and the Book 2522
301 Derby_Lane Reading 2519
302 Kiara Soleil 2499
303 Girl About Library 2477
304 The Restricted Section 2448
305 The daydreamer 2437
306 David Popovich BWR 2423
307 Crescent Moon Reads 2361
308 Hannah Hodgson 2359
309 readersrambles 2348
310 Sarai Talks Books 2344
311 The Novel Sanctuary 2331
312 EnyasCorner 2320
313 Wish Fulfillment 2234
314 Codie's Book Corner 2207
315 Wandering Reader 2178
316 DuvetDayDevours 2171
317 Lisa Golding 2152
318 Don't Stop Readin' 2132
319 all D books 2127
320 Eve's Alexandria 2114
321 Che Adventure 2113
322 A Girl and a Book 2098
323 Boho Bookworm 2095
324 Ms. Lynn Reads 2095
325 BOOKparty! 2073
326 Pucksandpaperbacks 2060
327 Gabi Arno 2052
328 TheReadingOutlaw 2046
329 Rae Of Books 2013
330 Jen Talks Audiobooks 2010
331 The Reader's Athenaeum 1987
332 Fred Weasley Died Laughing 1985
333 twobookteens 1982
334 bigalbooks 1971
335 Beautifully Bookish Bethany 1968
336 Dane Reads 1959
337 Becca and The Books 1945
338 Acacia Ives 1928
339 Mel's Bookland Adventures 1908
340 Jessi Tarbet 1898
341 Sophiesticated Books 1891
342 All the Shelves 1880
343 The Bookish Babbler 1863
344 Katie's Booktube 1853
345 Non Fic Books 1838
346 The First Chapter 1820
347 Jenny King 1812
348 Kath Elizabeth Reads 1811
349 OneBookMore 1797
350 Paige's Pages 1791
351 Completely Melanie 1746
352 Boundless Books 1745
353 time to read! 1737
354 JenTheLibrarian 1735
355 What Cass Read 1732
356 alliesugar 1726
357 valerie - valereads 1726
358 Carys 1692
359 nosaferplace 1692
360 Books and Looks 1690
361 baldbookgeek 1676
362 CravingBooks 1671
363 Happy Indulgence 1663
364 Okay So Booksically 1642
365 FromtheShelf 1639
366 Olivia Pope 1624
367 Courtagonist 1617
368 bookslikewhoa 1606
369 Leanne Rose 1602
370 Literary Prints 1598
371 Robby Reads 1592
372 Danika Leigh Ellis 1590
373 Blonde With A Book 1580
374 Sprinkled Pages 1566
375 Leather-Bound 1556
376 raeofsunshinebooks 1554
377 splitreads 1554
378 AlffBooks 1538
379 The Writers' Crown 1517
380 okidokiboki 1507
381 Garden Scriptorium 1488
382 Shawn The Book Maniac 1480
383 PT Hylton 1468
384 BookTubes 1467
385 ONYX Pages 1467
386 Common Touch of Fantasy 1438
387 Kreative Krystol Reads N Writes 1437
388 FromTheDustyBookshelf 1422
389 Read with Merina Rey 1421
390 Brooke Lee 1420
391 another great etcetera 1404
392 View from the Bar 1375
393 Sarah's Bookshelves 1362
394 Taylor Joy 1358
395 AmandaVenture1 1354
396 Jasmine's Reads 1344
397 Courtney Pickles 1344
398 diana in colour 1330
399 Wina Wonders 1329
400 readwithcindy 1329
401 MsRandomCreation 1294
402 Jakob Tanner 1288
403 Kristen BOOKS 1279
404 Silvia Kay 1278
405 Cook Read Create 1277
406 Molly De Montaigne 1277
407 Jonny Keen 1276
408 Tamara Woods 1274
409 A Blackbird's Books 1272
410 Katie O'Shea 1270
411 Georgina Reads 1265
412 Stephs Rom Book Talk 1265
413 Thelittlereadinglamb 1264
414 The Novel Nomad 1263
415 Liene's Library 1256
416 Liv J Hooper 1253
417 yasminsbookshelf 1253
418 Kirsty On Books 1246
419 Chrissy BooksandBerries 1241
420 Sabrina The Teenage Reader 1241
421 Runwright Reads 1239
422 Am I Write? 1234
423 Amy Pool 1232
424 Bedtime Bookworm 1229
425 The Bookish Land 1228
426 tss6295 1211
427 PaperBird 1194
428 BritishBiblioholic 1184
429 tulipswift 1171
430 T.J. Reads the Stars 1160
431 Majelle 1153
432 inkyspyglass 1148
433 Michael Reads 1148
434 Bibliosaurusrex 1144
435 emmasbooksandbubbles 1143
436 Knowledge Lost 1138
437 The Sheep and the Wolf 1138
438 itsAshwini 1128
439 BreeReadsBooks 1127
440 Happily Ever Esch 1126
441 DustyPage 1124
442 FinalBlowJoe 1122
443 Ally Rose 1120
444 BooksWithWings 1112
445 Blatantly Bookish 1105
446 Angelica Cofer 1104
447 tomtalksbooks 1103
448 misskaelyn 1078
449 Pip Reads 1069
450 Rayna Liddell 1068
451 Books&Bobs 1063
452 Hey Little Thrifter 1059
453 JessicaReadsThings 1054
454 Book Your Imagination 1044
455 Read By Jess 1031
456 capricioushelen 1025
457 Bilingual Bookworm 1024
458 Things Lucy Reads 1020
459 Literary Gladiators 1018
460 ReadbyLiv 1014
461 Mickey's Booktube Experiment 1006
462 awanderingmind 990
463 Maija Reads 982
464 paul reads 971
465 PEG the BOOK PRIZE ADDICT 969
466 Remembered Reads 969
467 BooksandQuestions 967
468 Samantha's Books 959
469 HardbackHaven 944
470 Paperback Junky 941
471 Chapter32 925
472 JustaLittleBitRandom 920
473 Libby Stephenson 917
474 Troi Towel 906
475 My Reading Life 895
476 Read Create Repeat Homeschool 893
477 sweetlovebooks 890
478 RyanReadsBooks 882
479 BetweenStories 869
480 SamanthaReading 867
481 Lia - Hyde and Seek 865
482 Meera Nair 864
483 Lisa London 857
484 Ghost Reader 856
485 The Blind Rabbit 856
486 Damian Terriquez 854
487 Game of Tomes 853
488 emmanovella 847
489 mermaidkeeley 844
490 Jashana C 843
491 LucieReads 839
492 Her Nose Stuck in a Book 837
493 DyceBookClub 821
494 NotSoAverageJo 812
495 The Bookish Penbabe 809
496 Jay Dee Archer 805
497 Lillytales 804
498 Richardson Reads 802
499 Kirsty's Reviews 801
500 MagicOfBooks 801
501 Musical Tati 800
502 Tea Hags 795
503 A Bookish Balance 791
504 HollyTheBookLover 785
505 EarnestlyEston 782
506 Aussie Bookworm 776
507 Amber Eats Books 769
508 Shannon Ridler 764
509 Morgan Gayle 751
510 Riddle Solved 751
511 SomdahSaysSo 744
512 mayreads 739
513 For the love of classics 737
514 Jayne Catherine On Books 735
515 Shaegeeksout 725
516 Books In Five 724
517 MyBookSelf 717
518 KristensLibrary 712
519 BreeInBookland 707
520 yesmissjane 706
521 cristinasjourney 704
522 Nathan James 703
523 Rachael Marie Book Junkie 697
524 Triumphal Reads 692
525 Steve Partridge 691
526 Laura Frey 689
527 Annie the BookTuber 687
528 Read and Find Out 687
529 heyoliviareads 685
530 ThatKatePerson 684
531 worthathousandwords 675
532 Wonderland Books 674
533 Becky Ford 673
534 Booky Lorra 672
535 mom2triplets04 671
536 Sofie Emde Trebbien 671
537 PeterClarkTheWriter 669
538 ChallengeThyShelf 661
539 Oly Bliss 659
540 Cam Pirrip 657
541 Anthony Andrews 654
542 Anita Reads 651
543 Crystal Laing 640
544 MorgyyReads 637
545 ACindyevaTale 635
546 Lauren Maze 634
547 Carla's Book Bits 629
548 Todd the Librarian! 626
549 Barter Hordes 619
550 MCS-books 618
551 The Nerd Stop 618
552 Spinster's Library 610
553 Valentina García 603
554 Ali Corvere 594
555 spellsandwords 594
556 Pretty Brown Eye Reader 591
557 Beacon Hill Books 590
558 Curtis Books and Books 589
559 Paperback Laura 589
560 MickeyBetweenThePages 588
561 itsabookishthing13 586
562 thereadingcorner 582
563 punkrockgirlpa 582
564 Rebecca Books 581
565 Mel Interrupted 580
566 BrewsandReviews 578
567 Jer Sings And Reads 576
568 PineappleStrawberry 575
569 Eclectic Reads 574
570 Kate Hickey 573
571 oodles of books 571
572 The Medieval Reader 571
573 Katherine Lyle 569
574 Lacey D-Bell 569
575 Plots And Points 562
576 NPStation 559
577 Beyond the Epilogue 556
578 Becca Iris Ruiz 555
579 Daphne M 554
580 Lisa and Things 554
581 Melissa&Barnsie Reid 554
582 Beth Chats Books 551
583 CtinaLoves2Read 550
584 Beards & Books 549
585 Old Blue's Chapter and Verse 548
586 Kim Here 547
587 Libri Labra 547
588 TheBookNeuk 544
589 Mystery Date With a Book 543
590 BetweenLinesAndLife 542
591 BookishCheryl 542
592 Moriarty and Her Books 540
593 Stacey loves to read 538
594 Symone Books 537
595 chaptercviii 535
596 Snazzy Reads 535
597 ViktoriaReads 524
598 Jamie IsReading 519
599 B a Reader 517
600 Sydney Brown 517
601 whatpageareyouon 517
602 The Orbit of Britt 515
603 Nashwa S 514
604 SnowWhite AndTheSevenShelves 506
605 Liko Loves Books 500
606 Totally Pretentious 500
607 WomanVsBooks 499
608 Silje 496
609 ritabook 494
610 Liz Schubert 487
611 TheCamillion 487
612 pagebypage 485
613 Hooked On Books 484
614 Sabina Large 484
615 Caught Between Pages 481
616 MegaManChiefFan 474
617 TheSeptemberIssue 469
618 Read To Me At Midnight 468
619 Bookie Charm 467
620 YouFoundMarina 467
621 Pages & Prose 463
622 Read Remark 462
623 Boston Book Bitty 458
624 Indie Insomniac 458
625 thisstoryaintover 450
626 turningpages52 448
627 SniderBeeBooks 446
628 Beautiful pages 445
629 Mo's Reads 434
630 The Bibliotherapist 434
631 Geek Pron Vlogs 428
632 CarolineReads 426
633 yogi with a book 426
634 Lizzy and her books 424
635 Ifer's Inklings 415
636 A Journey Through Books 412
637 realhumanbeing 408
638 Sassy Ginger Book Obsession 408
639 Charles Xplosion 400
640 May Cho 400
641 Dog Eared Page 400
642 sirbooksage 396
643 caffeinatedreads 395
644 MaggieChatsBooks 395
645 Lori and Thomas 391
646 Monica Hay 390
647 Rene Pierre 389
648 Marc Nash 385
649 WithinTheGoodBooks 383
650 Bibliofilth 382
651 Gore Vidal 381
652 crflamesfan 378
653 Denise Harwood 376
654 Juliet Ann 374
655 nenalogy 373
656 Leslie Cardix 373
657 Karyn Reads 372
658 Pia Raylee 372
659 The Book Finch 371
660 Biblio Atlas 370
661 destructionsnakepit 369
662 Notions on Novels 369
663 jaceyjayceereads 365
664 Alexa Pereira 363
665 Matilda Gothika/מתילדה גותיקה 362
666 Kieran Higgins 361
667 Book Lady 360
668 OhSoAbby 360
669 polyreader 358
670 FredeReads 357
671 Jaded Reader 355
672 Lisaswestcoastreads 352
673 The Melodramatic Bookworm 351
674 ForesstFox 350
675 chelsies chapters 346
676 Carol Marie Reads 343
677 Escape The Reality 337
678 Jackie And Stuff 337
679 BookishMegan 335
680 The dyslexic reader 333
681 Keeping Tabs 332
682 Bookish Babbles 332
683 LegendofLorie Books 330
684 Berthe Reads Books 329
685 Readingxpress 323
686 untitled for now 322
687 Graham Quigley 317
688 Julia's Book Time 317
689 Scribble Maven 316
690 Twisting the Plot 315
691 Enthralling Dimple 315
692 The Shadow Realm 314
693 Charles Heathcote 313
694 Hierarchy of Reads 305
695 Lia Cooper 303
696 Hailey's Book Nook 303
697 Catsandcamera 302
698 Words Words Everywhere 301
699 Let Me Take A Shelfie 300
700 bookramble 298
701 Ida And Her Books 298
702 One Minute Reads 296
703 Secondhand Shan 295
704 Kie Reads 294
705 Allison Theresa 293
706 Mike Honour 292
707 FullofLit 289
708 Holly's Library 289
709 wadingmoose 285
710 Literally Graphic 285
711 zoeereads 284
712 Betwixt the Books 280
713 The Elysianer 278
714 Nikki Culver 276
715 Bookishly Nerdy 274
716 Emma Claire 273
717 Jo's Books 270
718 Summer Dawn 268
719 Alchemical Emma 267
720 Sarcasm and Sci-Fi 266
721 Shakespeare and Such 266
722 Bae Radley 261
723 with cinnamon please 261
724 Jay's Book Castle 258
725 Bookish Hamster 255
726 bookswithelves 255
727 StoryGlyph 253
728 A Tale of Tomes 249
729 ThePsychoNyx 248
730 Julia Francis 246
731 Lindsay Bilgram 246
732 Basking in Books 245
733 Ivy Valentiny 242
734 Cooleen Books 240
735 gerard thebookworm 240
736 Jennifer Louise 240
737 Blonde and Bookish 238
738 Leslie Ring 238
739 The Story 236
740 Bookworm Heath 236
741 Books and Me 232
742 Emily's Reading Adventures 232
743 onthefritz 232
744 Brian's Book Bastion 228
745 Eva Marie 228
746 Mindy's Book Journey 228
747 Ex Libris Lilly 224
748 The Three Bookshelves 223
749 TurnThePage 223
750 The.Book.Gypsy 220
751 ZaynesBookNook 217
752 The Literary Casanova 216
753 BooksAreAWayOfLife 215
754 booksteaandhistory 213
755 A Lovely Jaunt 210
756 Time For Books 210
757 Dan & his Books 208
758 ReadorRot 208
759 Hummingbird Books 207
760 Morgan Vega 206
761 Robert Reads 206
762 Helena Reads 206
763 CoffeeBeans & BookMarks 198
764 Lucy Danielle Reads 198
765 Through the Pages 198
766 emilynfamily 194
767 Look At My Books 193
768 Wickedjr Reads 193
769 bookish charlotte 192
770 Overlined Books 192
771 Cheyenne Prescott 190
772 BOOKflix 189
773 Elizabeth's Books 189
774 Page Turns 188
775 EvaReads 187
776 colourmeread 185
777 Helena Liu 183
778 BookishBanter 181
779 burtsbooks 181
780 The Bookish Badger 181
781 Amy's VlogAboutBooks 177
782 BookBubblez 176
783 Miso 174
784 Miss Joie Reads 174
785 The Book Ponderer 174
786 Book Budget Project 174
787 mybookishbabbles 173
788 Dann Ball 172
789 beabookworm 170
790 Aliens Clones Airships 170
791 It's Nina 169
792 erinreadsthings 168
793 Nettle Books 168
794 EricaE Reads 167
795 KikiiTech 167
796 Jess's LIT Life 166
797 A Court of Words and Booknerds 163
798 ataleoftwosydneys 162
799 Abi Mack Reads 160
800 Ania's Bell Jar 160
801 Ashley Owens 160
802 Dani Reads 159
803 Manal and Her Books 159
804 Tootight Lautrec 158
805 Bethany Thompson 157
806 Kat's Book End 156
807 One Book To Another 156
808 British Book Guy 155
809 slreads 155
810 ManicPixieDreamBoots 155
811 Professor Cue's College of Books 153
812 A Whimsical Library 151
813 reader person 151
814 Books Blogs and Busy Days 150
815 Vanessa Phan 150
816 Rashmika Likes Books 149
817 BookAddictsAnonymous 148
818 Laurenannreads 148
819 Books With Nahid 146
820 LauraPora 146
821 Reading Wayfarer 146
822 Shara Me With Books 146
823 SkepticalBookWyrm 146
824 Norah A 145
825 Bree Burch 143
826 Travis Reads Books 143
827 Where in the world is Leah Jane 143
828 Charly Troff 142
829 Nightmare Dressed As A Reader 142
830 The Paper Booklight 140
831 Reading With Ryan 140
832 City of books 139
833 Vellichor's Books 139
834 Kristen Pesta 136
835 lifeofbooks 136
836 Novel Sarah-ndipity 136
837 Princess of Paperback 135
838 missmollyO 133
839 Amanda Joy 133
840 The Book Marm 129
841 typicallydia - typicalbooks 129
842 Viktoria's Writing Secret 129
843 Books By Best 128
844 Willow Reads 128
845 Cristal’s Majority Marginalized 128
846 Bookworm On Wheels 125
847 Joe Reads Books 125
848 Petite Aitza 125
849 gregoreads 123
850 Jenna Book Haven 123
851 mili pavlovic 123
852 2 BookObssesed 122
853 CharisseAudrei 121
854 Where Stephanie Reads 121
855 MH Books 120
856 novellyKJ 120
857 Readingholic277 120
858 Simply Emily 119
859 TheRaggysworld 119
860 AnotherBookVlog 118
861 BLURB 116
862 oncerreads 116
863 ambooklife 114
864 Demigodcampbooks 113
865 Reading In Winter 113
866 Aaron Reads Books 112
867 MixedMedia Queen 112
868 rants of a fangirl 112
869 Charlie Brook 111
870 gryffindorkwinchester 110
871 Caffeinated Entertainment 109
872 Jadzia Miller 108
873 Author Confession 103
874 mel theravengirl 103
875 Saz Books 103
876 ElizaReads 102
877 crescentpages 102
878 Bryan Hoards Books 102
879 Skellettonbooks 100
880 Ellis & Books 99
881 Siren Elements Books 99
882 Hello Kimmy 98
883 rainie 96
884 Pull Down The Moon 95
885 The Literature Bug 95
886 ReadsWithARavenclaw 94
887 novelmethis 92
888 Sarah Aussie SFF 92
889 sheisuchalauren 92
890 Eliza Luckey 90
891 Books: My Quiet Friends 89
892 PawsOnPages Ana 89
893 MichelleReadsYA 88
894 brooklynnnnereads 86
895 Marco Morano 86
896 Valesbookshelf 84
897 Rachel Alice Reads 82
898 Amber Wallace Reads 81
899 Dusk Angel Reads 81
900 LexiLovesBooks 81
901 One Star Reads 79
902 Addicted2Daydreaming 78
903 Reading Closely 78
904 Bookish Drama 78
905 ACupOfCyanide 78
906 Crazy Little Book Page 77
907 Shee Books 77
908 rapunzellovesbooks 77
909 monnicareads 77
910 Tilly's Shelf 77
911 The Joycean Booknerd 77
912 Bunny Cakes' Tomes of Endless Wonder 76
913 reading_with_remy 76
914 Celestria 76
915 booitshania 76
916 Bull City Reader 76
917 Uptown Oracle 75
918 RaniReads 73
919 Bohanan Babbles 73
920 RikkasaurusReads 72
921 JazperReads 67
922 Jess McNamara 66
923 Morgan Billings Writes 66
924 The Zurich Review 66
925 anna reads 65
926 The Laurbrary 65
927 LittleBookFool 65
928 valmo 63
929 LilyK Blogs 62
930 Rowace Reads 62
931 BookingForewordToIt 60
932 Konvineo 60
933 thebookishmind 60
934 Pat And Books (Patricia Valle) 60
935 Chhaya N 59
936 Kayla Kiteley 59
937 Through Clouded Glass 58
938 TravelsThroughBooks 58
939 FionnTheHuman 57
940 Unapologetic Book Nerd 56
941 aarnaspages 56
942 Bookish_Elle 56
943 CoffeeSlashBooks 53
944 Chaya Reads 52
945 I Never Promised You A Prose Garden 51
946 Nerdy Renee 51
947 J'ana 49
948 Miranda CK 49
949 Kindred Books 49
950 BooksInBloom 47
951 Readiculous 47
952 carpediembooks 44
953 librilynn 43
954 Weston Richey 43
955 Big Apple Reader 42
956 Novel Maagic 42
957 RueReads 41
958 HomoLibrariensis 41
959 Bookful Romantic 41
960 Brandy Crittenden 41
961 ordinellie 40
962 Bashful Bibliophile 39
963 Jemz207 39
964 readbymarta 39
965 Allie's Bookshelf 38
966 Jack Literary Corner 38
967 Veni Legi Amavi 38
968 BittyBook's Bookish Babbles 37
969 Yara Abbo 36
970 Rajivs Reviews 36
971 Books with Linds 35
972 cindyreads 35
973 booksandbabble 34
974 Bibliocracy 33
975 Brooks&Books 33
976 Belle's Booktopia 32
977 Bookish Bree 32
978 peachgurrl reads 32
979 Bookalicious 31
980 thatbookwormgirl 31
981 Olivia Padilla 30
982 Ulla Gudnason 30
983 Reading With Kit 29
984 Brewing Up Books 28
985 Seagulls Gather 27
986 natassja'sbooks 27
987 Book Babble 25
988 Rissa Rose Reads 25
989 Daydream Book Reader 25
990 obsessionsofabookaholic 24
991 abbislibrary 24
992 Mangoes & Books 23
993 Hannasbookworld 22
994 Booksandwoollysocks 22
995 BookAfterThoughts 21
996 misscocochen 21
997 Book Invasion 21
998 Augusta Loves Books 17
999 Reviewing Who 15
1000 China Dreams Piscean Sorrows 11
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2018.09.20 01:47 Trumplethinskin Debunking the "Red Carpet" proof

https://i.redd.it/mgmok22s15n11.jpg
There's a thread about it here but I want to drill down on the claim that this was a clear prediction.
There wasn't really a prediction, obviously, but the Q believers claim that Q's meaning was clear. They knew it was coming!
Fortunately for us, and unfortunately for them, you can still find these threads in google's cache. Let's see what the Qult was saying about this before the big FISA DECLAS announcement.
Q drop 1258 is the first one mentioned. Google for "site:reddit.com/greatawakening 1258" and you can find the thread in the cache. If it "could not be clearer" that Q meant the 9/17 Emmy's then why are the guesses all over the map? And they all have some kind of "red carpet" connection:
The next drop in the graphic is 1304, dated April 30. It says "Emmy awards. Red carpet event?" But that was the next day after the Daytime Emmys, and the only interpretation I can find on GA in google cash is that the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) is SATAN spelled backwards, and the statuette is a fallen angel, and April 29th was the "full moon on the Satanic Grand Climax" whatever the fuck that means.
I didn't find a single person who understood it to be talking about the 9/17 Emmys at the time of the drops, and you've got to admit they got a lot of mileage out of the connections to the Daytime Emmys on April 29.
TL;DR: There were several "red carpet" events right around the time of those drops, and many more since then, any of which could have coincided with something "BIG."
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2018.08.25 01:32 BooktubeCatalogue Booktube Channel List August (900+)

Update for August, As usual I would request you add the names of booktubers missing from the list in a comment below. Should be over 1k booktubers on the list by next month I guess.
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1 polandbananasBOOKS 394585
2 abookutopia 371454
3 jessethereader 290576
4 Katytastic 250934
5 PeruseProject 245548
6 Little Book Owl 179972
7 Hailey in Bookland 179225
8 readbyzoe 177056
9 booksandquills 176273
10 A Clockwork Reader 157891
11 Kristina Horner 152203
12 Ariel Bissett 142141
13 emmmabooks 141328
14 LilyCReads 135206
15 Tashapolis 122843
16 gowithflick 111463
17 padfootandprongs07 78337
18 Bookables 68450
19 Jean Bookishthoughts 57738
20 BookswithEmilyFox 55104
21 Ben Alderson 53437
22 Amerie 52217
23 WhittyNovels 51534
24 Kayley Hyde 46459
25 Kassidy Voinche 46098
26 candysomething 45890
27 BooksandLala 45640
28 Jen Campbell 44171
29 Thoughts on Tomes 43606
30 TheBookTuber 42314
31 NayaReadsandSmiles 39466
32 ChapterStackss 39173
33 Book Roast 38509
34 InsaneReader 38239
35 gracewithabookinherface 35984
36 MercysBookishMusings 35371
37 a dash of ash 35059
38 LovingDemBooks 34747
39 climbthestacks 34001
40 Better Than Food: Book Reviews 33392
41 Piera Forde 31295
42 LovelyLikeLaura 31226
43 ProblemsofaBookNerd 30847
44 Elizziebooks 30786
45 vincentvanstop 30201
46 Riley Marie 29172
47 The Authentic Observer 28390
48 Alita Joy 26678
49 squibblesreads 26624
50 priceiswong 26367
51 sarawithoutanH 26346
52 brandonthebookaddict 25039
53 Casey Aonso 24794
54 maureenkeavy 24572
55 WordsofaReader 24371
56 SophiesSeries 24016
57 lucythereader 23208
58 WellDoneBooks 21718
59 The Little Blush Bookshop 21690
60 rincey reads 21653
61 Aprilius Maximus 21410
62 Jbooklover 21142
63 missemmareadsalot 20913
64 Reads and Daydreams 20802
65 TheBookHoarder 20434
66 Conniebell 20317
67 Sarah Churchill 19654
68 Super Space Chick 19610
69 Sydney Toland 19199
70 Between Chapters 18970
71 Francina Simone 18956
72 Jordan Harvey 17809
73 InkBonesBooks 17270
74 Katherine's Reads 17088
75 abigailscupoftea 16987
76 Cinzia DuBois 16583
77 Peter Likes Books 16583
78 The_Bookchemist 16577
79 ivymuse 16524
80 Indian Booktuber 16317
81 Katesbookdate 16274
82 Bazpierce 16198
83 Sam's Nonsense 16058
84 Michael BookLion 15975
85 shemightbemonica 15938
86 BookishPrincess 15740
87 Helene Jeppesen 15447
88 chelseadolling reads 14713
89 getbookish 14349
90 Sarah Sunbeemz 14341
91 gingerreadslainey 14217
92 The Booktube Girl 14182
93 HardbackHoarder 14150
94 SavidgeReads 14130
95 YA BookwormBlogger 14095
96 ReadingBukowski 13741
97 The Book Leo 13645
98 Mollie Reads 13358
99 Jellafy 13250
100 Iasmina Edina 13199
101 Megan Olivier 13105
102 Peyton Reads 12656
103 Ermahgerd Berks 12573
104 Kitty G 12136
105 Casey Ann books 12108
106 Midnight Reads 12088
107 bigscreenbooks 12002
108 shoutame 11757
109 cozyteareads 11708
110 the World of a Bookworm 11655
111 booksandpieces 11583
112 clarareadsbooks 11279
113 Rose Reads 11114
114 Rachael Stephen 11081
115 Merphy Napier 11009
116 abookolive 10606
117 mynameismarines 10413
118 Lauren And The Books 10176
119 Maddie and Bee 10067
120 PeaceLoveBooksxo 10025
121 Charley Cook 9860
122 Portal in the Pages 9833
123 BookishlyRichie 9650
124 read susie read 9644
125 Elliot Brooks 9591
126 Brown Girl Reading 8972
127 gabbyreads 8784
128 Jason Purcell 8722
129 Beyond the Pages 8693
130 Rae Sterling 8683
131 Chapter Barbara 8594
132 enchantology 8453
133 Basically Britt 8413
134 ThePerksOfBooks 8406
135 booksoverlooks 8300
136 Insert Literary Pun Here 8271
137 Daniel Greene 8268
138 Christina Marie 8259
139 Pages and Pens 8079
140 Life Between Words 8049
141 ashleyoutpaged 7985
142 Bekah AwesomeBookNut 7955
143 Mackenzie Lane 7937
144 twirling pages 7927
145 Brittany Nicole 7857
146 Books with Chloe 7827
147 readbetweenthewine 7785
148 Read All The Books 7783
149 A Case for Books 7719
150 chboskyy 7708
151 GirlReading 7554
152 Sophie Carlon 7541
153 The Book Castle 7483
154 Kellys BookSpill 7440
155 unmanaged mischief 7342
156 WhatKamilReads 7264
157 Possibly Literate 7210
158 thechaosofbooks 7168
159 littlespider9 7148
160 MissSassyKassie 7039
161 A Booktube Book 7019
162 TheReading Rhodes 6919
163 Hannah Tay 6877
164 Captured in Words 6860
165 PippityBop 6683
166 Books and Things 6663
167 faeriedrugs 6660
168 RGsDevilship 6638
169 Tall Tales 6545
170 AbigailHaleigh 6511
171 Reading with Pugs 6497
172 Irish Reader 6495
173 mementomori 6343
174 Elena Reads Books 6220
175 ForTheLoveOfRyan 6047
176 ThePoptimist 5968
177 sandyreadsalot 5904
178 victoriashaz 5877
179 Wolfshot Publishing 5835
180 BooksAndBigHair 5814
181 perpetualpages 5808
182 myreadingisodd 5751
183 Dean Goranites 5664
184 WhyMermaids 5653
185 Ink and Paper Blog 5605
186 Chareads 5569
187 Eric Karl Anderson 5527
188 SFF180 5455
189 books by leynes 5306
190 Books on My Nightstand 5269
191 Katie Ruby 5220
192 Sybilla Gordon 5201
193 suddenlylorna 5111
194 Getting Hygge With It 5090
195 Steve Donoghue 5055
196 LitJournal 5053
197 Lindsay Kramer 5009
198 Effusions of Wit 4979
199 Rogan Shannon 4922
200 Kate Pfeil 4897
201 OhSheReads 4874
202 The Gwendolyn Reading Method 4832
203 readinginfinitely 4826
204 Kalanadi 4780
205 Tomes And Travel 4776
206 Lukas Anthony 4766
207 ViennaWaitsBooks 4630
208 JudeHnd 4537
209 robotnic 4495
210 yerabooknerdzoe 4455
211 BingeReader 4449
212 Paper Faerie 4421
213 Nancy's Reads 4335
214 Sues BookNook 4286
215 Alyxandria Ang 4252
216 TheBookArcher 4234
217 royaevereads 4221
218 Starry Night Reader 4123
219 WoolfsWhistle 4117
220 Lil's Vintage World 4105
221 Jay G 4101
222 UnderTheRadarBooks 4095
223 It’sJaneLindsey 4058
224 Books Michelle 4026
225 Claire Rousseau 4012
226 Becky M 3925
227 mothereffingbooks 3910
228 Jadeyraereads 3905
229 ohhthatskellie 3851
230 The Storyscape 3823
231 Books & Smiles 3765
232 Norwegian BookNerd 3739
233 Stripped Cover Lit 3723
234 TheShadesofOrange Booktube Channel 3680
235 Neil Griffiths 3677
236 TheTruthAboutBooks 3670
237 Books are my Social Life 3604
238 Drinking By My Shelf 3600
239 literarydiversions 3571
240 Jes Reads Books 3480
241 Booktube Couple 3424
242 Britta Böhler 3413
243 The Book Pusher 3391
244 YupIReadIt 3385
245 jordyn discombobulated. 3375
246 Little Red Reader 3338
247 Holly Hearts Books 3289
248 Jo the Great 3237
249 Kendra Winchester 3235
250 ARRRGH! Schooling 3187
251 Unbound Book Reviews 3100
252 Claire Reads Books 3050
253 dreamsBOOKScourage 3045
254 BigHaired Bookworm 3024
255 Bree Hill 3014
256 Nicole's Adventures in SFF 3011
257 Common Spence 3008
258 Dylanthereader5 3001
259 Kate Howe 2995
260 Jenni King 2979
261 adultishbooks 2956
262 A Frolic Through Fiction 2885
263 Books and Thoughts 2859
264 James Chatham 2846
265 Bookerly 2843
266 kaysia younes 2798
267 Harriet Rosie 2798
268 ZarriahRose 2796
269 Matthew Sciarappa 2795
270 Danni Darling 2789
271 That Bookie 2773
272 Novel Thoughts 2770
273 Mrs Hembry Reads 2756
274 headinherbooks 2723
275 PinkReadingHaze 2623
276 Sabine's Book Nook 2619
277 Jess McGlynn 2606
278 Bookish Realm 2592
279 Just Juan Reader 2571
280 Ana - bb03aav 2560
281 Beauty and the Book 2539
282 Brittany Reads 2508
283 Kiara Soleil 2507
284 BooksAndJams 2447
285 Derby_Lane Reading 2439
286 The daydreamer 2425
287 The Restricted Section 2423
288 Don't Have a Degree in Reading 2390
289 David Popovich BWR 2360
290 Sarai Talks Books 2332
291 Hannah Hodgson 2331
292 EnyasCorner 2330
293 The Novel Sanctuary 2313
294 readersrambles 2293
295 Girl About Library 2264
296 Wish Fulfillment 2228
297 Lisa Golding 2154
298 Wandering Reader 2106
299 Eve's Alexandria 2105
300 Che Adventure 2088
301 BOOKparty! 2077
302 Boho Bookworm 2063
303 TheReadingOutlaw 2063
304 Pucksandpaperbacks 2057
305 A Girl and a Book 2049
306 Don't Stop Readin' 2049
307 all D books 2020
308 Rae Of Books 2013
309 Gabi Arno 2011
310 twobookteens 1994
311 Jen Talks Audiobooks 1976
312 Fred Weasley Died Laughing 1966
313 Crescent Moon Reads 1954
314 Acacia Ives 1910
315 Dane Reads 1886
316 The Reader's Athenaeum 1881
317 Mel's Bookland Adventures 1876
318 All the Shelves 1871
319 The Bookish Babbler 1842
320 Jessi Tarbet 1835
321 Jenny King 1827
322 Non Fic Books 1825
323 The First Chapter 1823
324 OneBookMore 1811
325 Katie's Booktube 1801
326 Beautifully Bookish Bethany 1793
327 Paige's Pages 1793
328 Kath Elizabeth Reads 1774
329 Codie's Book Corner 1760
330 Ms. Lynn Reads 1745
331 Boundless Books 1735
332 valerie - valereads 1731
333 time to read! 1726
334 bigalbooks 1719
335 alliesugar 1714
336 What Cass Read 1699
337 Becca and The Books 1698
338 Carys 1695
339 Books and Looks 1688
340 FromtheShelf 1646
341 baldbookgeek 1643
342 CravingBooks 1642
343 Olivia Pope 1637
344 Happy Indulgence 1636
345 Okay So Booksically 1633
346 Literary Prints 1568
347 raeofsunshinebooks 1565
348 Leanne Rose 1557
349 AlffBooks 1550
350 Leather-Bound 1549
351 splitreads 1546
352 Sprinkled Pages 1533
353 Courtagonist 1531
354 Robby Reads 1525
355 Garden Scriptorium 1475
356 The Writers' Crown 1468
357 BookTubes 1458
358 Blonde With A Book 1454
359 okidokiboki 1448
360 Kreative Krystol Reads N Writes 1430
361 Common Touch of Fantasy 1424
362 bookslikewhoa 1422
363 another great etcetera 1405
364 Brooke Lee 1403
365 FromTheDustyBookshelf 1397
366 View from the Bar 1381
367 Shawn The Book Maniac 1374
368 Taylor Joy 1360
369 ONYX Pages 1356
370 Sarah's Bookshelves 1332
371 Courtney Pickles 1322
372 Wina Wonders 1311
373 Jakob Tanner 1285
374 diana in colour 1283
375 Kristen BOOKS 1282
376 Katie O'Shea 1280
377 MsRandomCreation 1280
378 A Blackbird's Books 1277
379 Read with Merina Rey 1277
380 Silvia Kay 1276
381 Tamara Woods 1274
382 Cook Read Create 1262
383 Georgina Reads 1259
384 Kirsty On Books 1258
385 Molly De Montaigne 1254
386 Sophiesticated Books 1254
387 Thelittlereadinglamb 1250
388 Sabrina The Teenage Reader 1247
389 Liv J Hooper 1246
390 Chrissy BooksandBerries 1237
391 AmandaVenture1 1236
392 The Novel Nomad 1206
393 Am I Write? 1204
394 Jonny Keen 1202
395 Stephs Rom Book Talk 1201
396 yasminsbookshelf 1199
397 BritishBiblioholic 1191
398 Runwright Reads 1185
399 tss6295 1179
400 tulipswift 1177
401 The Bookish Land 1176
402 Jasmine's Reads 1165
403 inkyspyglass 1160
404 Bibliosaurusrex 1144
405 The Sheep and the Wolf 1143
406 Michael Reads 1141
407 Knowledge Lost 1134
408 PaperBird 1134
409 Happily Ever Esch 1125
410 Bedtime Bookworm 1119
411 itsAshwini 1119
412 BreeReadsBooks 1113
413 BooksWithWings 1107
414 Angelica Cofer 1105
415 Majelle 1096
416 misskaelyn 1083
417 emmasbooksandbubbles 1081
418 Blatantly Bookish 1070
419 Rayna Liddell 1061
420 Ally Rose 1059
421 Books&Bobs 1059
422 Book Your Imagination 1049
423 DustyPage 1024
424 Bilingual Bookworm 1023
425 capricioushelen 1017
426 tomtalksbooks 1011
427 Literary Gladiators 1000
428 ReadbyLiv 993
429 Mickey's Booktube Experiment 992
430 JessicaReadsThings 984
431 Maija Reads 977
432 Samantha's Books 966
433 Hey Little Thrifter 963
434 HardbackHaven 953
435 Remembered Reads 940
436 BooksandQuestions 937
437 Pip Reads 921
438 PEG the BOOK PRIZE ADDICT 917
439 readwithcindy 917
440 Read By Jess 913
441 Paperback Junky 909
442 Troi Towel: Books Drawing Life 903
443 JustaLittleBitRandom 901
444 Read Create Repeat Homeschool 892
445 RyanReadsBooks 888
446 sweetlovebooks 879
447 paul reads 878
448 BetweenStories 871
449 Lia - Hyde and Seek 854
450 Libby Stephenson 845
451 mermaidkeeley 840
452 The Blind Rabbit 833
453 LucieReads 828
454 DyceBookClub 821
455 Her Nose Stuck in a Book 821
456 Ghost Reader 820
457 Jashana C 809
458 Damian Terriquez 804
459 Meera Nair 804
460 A Bookish Balance 798
461 Musical Tati 794
462 Lisa London 793
463 Jay Dee Archer 792
464 The Bookish Penbabe 789
465 HollyTheBookLover 787
466 Kirsty's Reviews 785
467 Aussie Bookworm 772
468 Lillytales 770
469 Amber Eats Books 767
470 NotSoAverageJo 762
471 Richardson Reads 751
472 SamanthaReading 751
473 Morgan Gayle 750
474 Shannon Ridler 750
475 emmanovella 748
476 Riddle Solved 742
477 SomdahSaysSo 741
478 mayreads 740
479 EarnestlyEston 736
480 Tea Hags 728
481 Shaegeeksout 716
482 BreeInBookland 708
483 KristensLibrary 708
484 yesmissjane 704
485 cristinasjourney 703
486 Nathan James 700
487 Steve Partridge 692
488 ThatKatePerson 685
489 Becky Ford 678
490 Wonderland Books 677
491 For the love of classics 672
492 Sofie Emde Trebbien 672
493 PeterClarkTheWriter 669
494 heyoliviareads 663
495 mom2triplets04 663
496 Read and Find Out 662
497 Booky Lorra 658
498 worthathousandwords 656
499 Cam Pirrip 654
500 Laura Frey 643
501 Crystal Laing 642
502 MyBookSelf 637
503 Anthony Andrews 635
504 ChallengeThyShelf 635
505 Lauren Maze 633
506 Anita Reads 632
507 Annie the BookTuber 632
508 Triumphal Reads 629
509 ACindyevaTale 621
510 Todd the Librarian! 621
511 MorgyyReads 619
512 Oly Bliss 614
513 Valentina García 612
514 The Nerd Stop 608
515 Carla's Book Bits 598
516 spellsandwords 596
517 MCS-books 594
518 itsabookishthing13 590
519 Beacon Hill Books 588
520 Pretty Brown Eye Reader 588
521 MickeyBetweenThePages 586
522 Jer Sings And Reads 577
523 PineappleStrawberry 569
524 Katherine Lyle 566
525 oodles of books 566
526 Lisa and Things 563
527 Rebecca Books 563
528 Rebecca Books 563
529 Barter Hordes 562
530 Eclectic Reads 560
531 Kate Hickey 559
532 Beyond the Epilogue 556
533 Daphne M 555
534 Lacey D-Bell 555
535 Curtis Books and Books 554
536 Mel Interrupted 553
537 Melissa&Barnsie Reid 550
538 Plots And Points 549
539 Becca Iris Ruiz 546
540 The Medieval Reader 546
541 thereadingcorner 545
542 Symone Books 544
543 TheBookNeuk 543
544 Mystery Date With a Book 540
545 NPStation 538
546 Stacey loves to read 537
547 BookishCheryl 536
548 Beth Chats Books 535
549 Moriarty and Her Books 535
550 BetweenLinesAndLife 530
551 Spinster's Library 529
552 Kim Here 527
553 Snazzy Reads 527
554 BrewsandReviews 522
555 Paperback Laura 521
556 SYDNEY ABROAD 519
557 The Orbit of Britt 518
558 ViktoriaReads 517
559 CtinaLoves2Read 513
560 Jamie IsReading 512
561 Ali Corvere 503
562 Libri Labra 502
563 B a Reader 501
564 Liko Loves Books 498
565 ritabook 496
566 pagebypage 492
567 TheCamillion 487
568 whatpageareyouon 482
569 Nashwa Reads 476
570 Silje 476
571 Liz Schubert 475
572 WomanVsBooks 473
573 Read To Me At Midnight 469
574 Hooked On Books 468
575 MegaManChiefFan 468
576 TheSeptemberIssue 467
577 Pages & Prose 462
578 Caught Between Pages 461
579 YouFoundMarina 461
580 Indie Insomniac 458
581 Boston Book Bitty 455
582 Old Blue's Chapter and Verse 446
583 Beautiful pages 443
584 SniderBeeBooks 442
585 turningpages52 438
586 Totally Pretentious 435
587 Mo's Reads 434
588 The Bibliotherapist 429
589 CarolineReads 427
590 Rachael Marie 427
591 Sabina Large 423
592 Read Remark 421
593 Lizzy and her books 419
594 chaptercviii 412
595 A Journey Through Books 411
596 Beards & Books 407
597 Bookie Charm 405
598 realhumanbeing 400
599 sirbooksage 398
600 Ifer's Inklings 397
601 Charles Xplosion 393
602 Monica Hay 392
603 WithinTheGoodBooks 389
604 May Cho 383
605 Sassy Ginger Book Obsession 382
606 crflamesfan 380
607 MaggieChatsBooks 377
608 Juliet Ann 372
609 nenalogy 371
610 SnowWhite AndTheSevenShelves 371
611 Gore Vidal 370
612 Alexa Pereira 368
613 destructionsnakepit 367
614 Karyn Reads 366
615 Rene Pierre 366
616 Bibliofilth 364
617 OhSoAbby 364
618 jaceyjayceereads 363
619 Book Lady 360
620 Notions on Novels 359
621 caffeinatedreads 358
622 The Book Finch 355
623 ForesstFox 351
624 ForesstFox 351
625 FredeReads 350
626 Lisaswestcoastreads 349
627 Denise Harwood 347
628 thisstoryaintover 347
629 Lori Dawson 344
630 chelsies chapters 343
631 Jackie And Stuff 341
632 Marc Nash 341
633 Matilda Gothika/מתילדה גותיקה 336
634 Biblio Atlas 335
635 Escape The Reality 335
636 LegendofLorie Books 329
637 polyreader 329
638 Berthe Reads Books 328
639 The dyslexic reader 327
640 BookishMegan 324
641 Readingxpress 324
642 yogi with a book 321
643 Pia Raylee 319
644 untitled for now 318
645 The Shadow Realm 317
646 Graham Quigley 311
647 Twisting the Plot 311
648 The Melodramatic Bookworm 310
649 Charles Heathcote 307
650 Enthralling Dimple 306
651 Lia Cooper 301
652 Ida And Her Books 299
653 Let Me Take A Shelfie 294
654 Allison Theresa 293
655 Catsandcamera 290
656 Mike Honour 284
657 wadingmoose 284
658 Holly's Library 280
659 Scribble Maven 279
660 Betwixt the Books 276
661 One Minute Reads 276
662 Nikki Culver 272
663 Carol Marie Reads 270
664 Bookishly Nerdy 266
665 Jo's Books 264
666 The Elysianer 261
667 Bae Radley 260
668 Shakespeare and Such 259
669 Alchemical Emma 258
670 bookswithelves 255
671 zoeereads 254
672 Keeping Tabs 252
673 A Tale of Tomes 248
674 Bookish Hamster 248
675 Summer Dawn 248
676 Lindsay Bilgram 247
677 bookramble 246
678 Julia Francis 243
679 Jaded Reader 242
680 Jennifer Louise 242
681 StoryGlyph 240
682 Basking in Books 239
683 Cooleen Books 238
684 Leslie Ring 235
685 gerard thebookworm 234
686 The Story 234
687 Books and Me 232
688 Emily's Reading Adventures 232
689 Ivy Valentiny 231
690 Jay's Book Castle 231
691 Words Words Everywhere 229
692 FullofLit 228
693 TurnThePage 227
694 Eva Marie 225
695 Brian's Book Bastion 223
696 Blonde and Bookish 220
697 Ex Libris Lilly 220
698 The Three Bookshelves 220
699 Mindy's Book Journey 218
700 onthefritz 216
701 The Literary Casanova 214
702 booksteaandhistory 212
703 Dan & his Books 212
704 ReadorRot 212
705 ZaynesBookNook 211
706 Hummingbird Books 206
707 Robert Reads 206
708 Through the Pages 203
709 CoffeeBeans & BookMarks 201
710 Lucy Danielle 201
711 Time For Books 200
712 BooksAreAWayOfLife 199
713 Elizabeth's Books 195
714 Look At My Books 195
715 Sarcasm and Sci-Fi 193
716 bookish charlotte 190
717 BOOKflix 188
718 colourmeread 186
719 emilynfamily 186
720 EvaReads 185
721 Morgan Vega 183
722 Wickedjr Reads 183
723 Helena Liu 181
724 BookishBanter 179
725 Miss Joie Reads 177
726 Amy's VlogAboutBooks 175
727 A Lovely Jaunt 173
728 The Bookish Badger 173
729 Miso 172
730 It's Nina 171
731 Page Turns 171
732 Cheyenne Prescott 170
733 beabookworm 169
734 EricaE Reads 169
735 Nettle Books 168
736 The Book Ponderer 167
737 Dann Ball 166
738 BookBubblez 164
739 Jess's LIT Life 163
740 burtsbooks 161
741 KikiiTech 161
742 Ashley Owens 161
743 Dani Reads 160
744 erinreadsthings 160
745 Manal and Her Books 160
746 Bethany Thompson 158
747 slreads 157
748 Tootight Lautrec 157
749 Abi Mack Reads 155
750 Ania's Bell Jar 155
751 British Book Guy 155
752 mybookishbabbles 155
753 Kat's Book End 154
754 A Whimsical Library 153
755 ManicPixieDreamBoots 152
756 BookAddictsAnonymous 149
757 One Book To Another 149
758 Professor Cue's College of Books 149
759 reader person 149
760 Vanessa Phan 148
761 ataleoftwosydneys 147
762 Norah A 145
763 with cinnamon please 145
764 Books Blogs and Busy Days 144
765 bookshelfuser 144
766 Shara Me With Books 144
767 Reading Wayfarer 143
768 Bree Burch 142
769 Travis Reads Books 142
770 The.Book.Gypsy 141
771 Kristen Pesta 139
772 Kie Reads 138
773 A Court of Words and Booknerds 136
774 lifeofbooks 135
775 The Paper Booklight 135
776 Books With Nahid 134
777 Charly Troff 134
778 City of books 133
779 The Book Marm 131
780 Bookworm On Wheels 129
781 Willow Reads 129
782 Books By Best 128
783 LauraPora 128
784 missmollyO 128
785 Aliens Clones Airships 128
786 typicallydia - typicalbooks 126
787 Joe Reads Books 123
788 2 BookObssesed 122
789 Jenna Book Haven 122
790 Where Stephanie Reads 120
791 gregoreads 119
792 Simply Emily 119
793 TheRaggysworld 119
794 CharisseAudrei 118
795 Viktoria's Writing Secret 117
796 ambooklife 116
797 oncerreads 113
798 Rashmika Likes Books 113
799 MixedMedia Queen 112
800 Petite Aitza 112
801 Book Budget Project 111
802 Aaron Reads Books 110
803 the books of rikki the freaky 110
804 rants of a fangirl 110
805 Princess of Paperback 110
806 Caffeinated Entertainment 109
807 Jadzia Miller 108
808 BLURB 107
809 Reading In Winter 107
810 gryffindorkwinchester 106
811 Author Confession 104
812 Demigodcampbooks 102
813 Siren Elements Books 100
814 Skellettonbooks 100
815 ElizaReads 98
816 ReadsWithARavenclaw 95
817 novelmethis 94
818 Eliza Luckey 91
819 mel theravengirl 91
820 Ellis & Books 90
821 PawsOnPages Ana 90
822 Books: My Quiet Friends 89
823 Hello Kimmy 87
824 Sarah Aussie SFF 87
825 itsrainie 84
826 Valesbookshelf 84
827 Amber Wallace Reads 83
828 brooklynnnnereads 83
829 LexiLovesBooks 80
830 Novel Sarah-ndipity 79
831 AnotherBookVlog 79
832 Crazy Little Book Page 78
833 Marco Morano 78
834 Reading Closely 78
835 reading_with_remy 76
836 Addicted2Daydreaming 75
837 Uptown Oracle 75
838 Celestria 74
839 mili pavlovic 73
840 rapunzellovesbooks 73
841 booitshania 73
842 Bunny Cakes' Tomes of Endless Wonder 72
843 Shee Books 72
844 Pull Down The Moon 71
845 RikkasaurusReads 71
846 The Literature Bug 71
847 Dusk Angel Reads 68
848 Jess McNamara 68
849 Bull City Reader 68
850 monnicareads 67
851 The Zurich Review 66
852 Vellichor's Books 65
853 The Laurbrary 64
854 valmo 64
855 JazperReads 61
856 Konvineo 61
857 BookingForewordToIt 60
858 Chhaya N 60
859 CristalReadsandWatches MajorityMarginalized 60
860 LilyK Blogs 60
861 Kayla Kiteley 59
862 TravelsThroughBooks 58
863 Where in the world is Leah Jane 58
864 Tilly's Shelf 58
865 Through Clouded Glass 57
866 thebookishmind 57
867 Morgan Billings 56
868 FionnTheHuman 55
869 Reading With Ryan 55
870 CoffeeSlashBooks 53
871 Unapologetic Book Nerd 53
872 coffeeandbookmarks 52
873 Chaya Reads 51
874 sheisuchalauren 51
875 Nerdy Renee 50
876 Charlie Brook 50
877 J'ana 49
878 crescentpages 48
879 Miranda CK 47
880 Readiculous 47
881 BooksInBloom 46
882 aarnaspages 43
883 I Never Promised You A Prose Garden 42
884 Weston Richey 42
885 RueReads 41
886 Jemz207 39
887 ordinellie 39
888 Veni Legi Amavi 38
889 HomoLibrariensis 38
890 Allie's Bookshelf 37
891 Bashful Bibliophile 37
892 Books with Linds 37
893 Big Apple Reader 37
894 booksandbabble 36
895 Novel Maagic 36
896 Jack Literary Corner 34
897 Belle's Booktopia 33
898 Bibliocracy 33
899 Bookish Bree 33
900 Brooks&Books 32
901 Pat And Books (Patricia Valle) 32
902 Reading With Kit 31
903 cindyreads 31
904 Julia's Book Time 31
905 Bookalicious 27
906 thatbookwormgirl 27
907 librilynn 26
908 MH Books 26
909 Bookish Drama 24
910 obsessionsofabookaholic 23
911 Yara Abbo 23
912 Hannasbookworld 22
913 BookAfterThoughts 21
914 misscocochen 21
915 Brewing Up Books 21
916 Mangoes & Books 20
917 Augusta Loves Books 18
918 Book Babble 9
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2018.07.26 21:22 BooktubeCatalogue Booktube Channel List July

Here is July's list. One note is that the channel Richardson Read's was reset. Did have about 700 subs, yesterday didn't appear to exist. Today has 5 subs but still has all the videos. Not entirely sure what happened.
If you want to chat with other bookish people find us on ThePoptimist's Discord server:
https://discord.gg/xGDDxsX
As always if you have people to add, please add them down below! Enjoy!
This list is getting a bit too long to be workable so will try desperately to sort out a website soon.
1 polandbananasBOOKS 391627
2 abookutopia 370839
3 jessethereader 284600
4 Katytastic 250514
5 PeruseProject 241869
6 Little Book Owl 178617
7 booksandquills 175713
8 readbyzoe 174863
9 Hailey in Bookland 174250
10 Kristina Horner 152413
11 A Clockwork Reader 146984
12 Ariel Bissett 140853
13 emmmabooks 136706
14 LilyCReads 134777
15 Tashapolis 122333
16 gowithflick 111802
17 padfootandprongs07 78755
18 Bookables 67835
19 Jean Bookishthoughts 56727
20 BookswithEmilyFox 54082
21 Ben Alderson 53537
22 Ameriie 51724
23 WhittyNovels 51274
24 Kayley Hyde 46458
25 Kassidy Voinche 46253
26 candysomething 46118
27 BooksandLala 43885
28 Jen Campbell 43513
29 Thoughts on Tomes 42836
30 TheBookTuber 42592
31 ChapterStackss 38845
32 NayaReadsandSmiles 37505
33 InsaneReader 37190
34 Book Roast 36367
35 gracewithabookinherface 36054
36 LovingDemBooks 35040
37 MercysBookishMusings 35039
38 a dash of ash 34410
39 climbthestacks 33648
40 Better Than Food: Book Reviews 32364
41 Elizziebooks 30881
42 Piera Forde 30838
43 ProblemsofaBookNerd 30378
44 vincentvanstop 30301
45 LovelyLikeLaura 29304
46 Riley Marie 28930
47 Alita Joy 26840
48 priceiswong 26479
49 squibblesreads 26298
50 sarawithoutanH 25409
51 The Authentic Observer 25080
52 maureenkeavy 24535
53 WordsofaReader 24355
54 SophiesSeries 24085
55 brandonthebookaddict 24010
56 Casey Aonso 22698
57 lucythereader 22360
58 The Little Blush Bookshop 21774
59 WellDoneBooks 21727
60 rincey reads 21467
61 Jbooklover 21260
62 Aprilius Maximus 21041
63 Reads and Daydreams 20532
64 TheBookHoarder 20454
65 missemmareadsalot 19819
66 Sarah Churchill 19727
67 Conniebell 19703
68 Super Space Chick 19463
69 Sydney Toland 19124
70 Francina Simone 18953
71 Between Chapters 18920
72 InkBonesBooks 17305
73 Jordan Harvey 16988
74 Cinzia DuBois 16570
75 ivymuse 16394
76 The_Bookchemist 16185
77 Bazpierce 16082
78 Sam's Nonsense 15819
79 Michael BookLion 15811
80 Peter Likes Books 15608
81 shemightbemonica 15467
82 Katesbookdate 15420
83 BookishPrincess 15393
84 Katherine's Reads 15098
85 Helene Jeppesen 15000
86 Indian Booktuber 14763
87 Sarah Sunbeemz 14364
88 getbookish 14345
89 abigailscupoftea 14153
90 gingerreadslainey 14146
91 YA BookwormBlogger 14093
92 HardbackHoarder 14006
93 chelseadolling reads 13920
94 The Booktube Girl 13746
95 ReadingBukowski 13701
96 The Book Leo 13621
97 SavidgeReads 13584
98 Jellafy 13303
99 Megan Olivier 13168
100 Mollie Reads 13150
101 Ermahgerd Berks 12601
102 Peyton Reads 12258
103 Casey Ann books 12183
104 bigscreenbooks 11952
105 Midnight Reads 11880
106 Kitty G 11862
107 shoutame 11841
108 cozyteareads 11759
109 booksandpieces 11522
110 the World of a Bookworm 11177
111 clarareadsbooks 11045
112 Rose Reads 11043
113 Rachael Stephen 10780
114 Merphy Napier 10359
115 abookolive 10252
116 mynameismarines 10004
117 Maddie and Bee 9951
118 Lauren And The Books 9945
119 Charley Cook 9887
120 BookishlyRichie 9718
121 read susie read 9694
122 Iasmina Edina 9551
123 Portal in the Pages 9493
124 PeaceLoveBooksxo 9383
125 Brown Girl Reading 8884
126 Rae Sterling 8671
127 Jason Purcell 8658
128 Elliot Brooks 8655
129 Chapter Barbara 8486
130 enchantology 8484
131 gabbyreads 8426
132 Beyond the Pages 8402
133 booksoverlooks 8350
134 ThePerksOfBooks 8295
135 Christina Marie 8207
136 Insert Literary Pun Here 8172
137 Katie Ziegler 8011
138 Bekah AwesomeBookNut 7981
139 Pages and Pens 7908
140 readbetweenthewine 7817
141 A Case for Books 7708
142 Basically Britt 7703
143 chboskyy 7683
144 Mackenzie Lane 7598
145 Read All The Books 7577
146 Sophie Carlon 7539
147 GirlReading 7495
148 Kellys BookSpill 7459
149 twirling pages 7433
150 unmanaged mischief 7295
151 thechaosofbooks 7181
152 WhatKamilReads 7164
153 ashleyOutpaged 7065
154 littlespider9 6996
155 The Book Castle 6994
156 Possibly Literate 6986
157 Daniel Greene 6896
158 TheReading Rhodes 6892
159 MissSassyKassie 6881
160 Hannah Tay 6793
161 A Booktube Book 6724
162 PippityBop 6707
163 faeriedrugs 6676
164 RGsDevilship 6598
165 Tall Tales 6582
166 Books and Things 6470
167 AbigailHaleigh 6385
168 Reading with Pugs 6384
169 Captured in Words 6360
170 Irish Reader 6338
171 Elena Reads Books 6162
172 mementomori 6062
173 Books with Chloe 6061
174 ThePoptimist 5884
175 victoriashaz 5876
176 ForTheLoveOfRyan 5873
177 sandyreadsalot 5830
178 BooksAndBigHair 5749
179 perpetualpages 5736
180 WhyMermaids 5701
181 Dean Goranites 5651
182 Wolfshot Publishing 5527
183 Chareads 5499
184 myreadingisodd 5459
185 Ink and Paper Blog 5418
186 Eric Karl Anderson 5347
187 SFF180 5334
188 Sybilla Gordon 5228
189 Brittany Nicole 5209
190 Katie Ruby 5209
191 suddenlylorna 5102
192 Lindsay Kramer 5033
193 LitJournal 5024
194 Effusions of Wit 4987
195 Books on My Nightstand 4934
196 Steve Donoghue 4916
197 books by leynes 4915
198 The Gwendolyn Reading Method 4832
199 OhSheReads 4831
200 Tomes And Travel 4804
201 LukeLaneReads 4787
202 Rogan Shannon 4747
203 readinginfinitely 4701
204 Getting Hygge With It 4678
205 Kate Pfeil 4648
206 ViennaWaitsBooks 4643
207 Kalanadi 4611
208 JudeHnd 4561
209 robotnic 4483
210 Paper Faerie 4406
211 BingeReader 4396
212 Nancy's Reads 4350
213 Sues BookNook 4260
214 yerabooknerdzoe 4241
215 TheBookArcher 4223
216 UnderTheRadarBooks 4116
217 Alyxandria Ang 4096
218 royaevereads 4089
219 WoolfsWhistle 4078
220 Lil's Vintage World 4025
221 Jay G 3987
222 It’sJaneLindsey 3971
223 Claire Rousseau 3933
224 mothereffingbooks 3919
225 Starry Night Reader 3879
226 Jadeyraereads 3869
227 Books Michelle 3860
228 Becky M 3843
229 Norwegian BookNerd 3747
230 Stripped Cover Lit 3669
231 ohhthatskellie 3663
232 TheTruthAboutBooks 3655
233 Neil Griffiths 3638
234 Books & Smiles 3534
235 Drinking By My Shelf 3534
236 TheShadesofOrange Booktube Channel 3530
237 Books are my Social Life 3445
238 The Storyscape 3437
239 literarydiversions 3434
240 Booktube Couple 3433
241 jordyn discombobulated. 3409
242 YupIReadIt 3375
243 Little Red Reader 3337
244 The Book Pusher 3319
245 Britta Böhler 3137
246 ARRRGH! Schooling 3076
247 Jes Reads Books 3076
248 Holly Hearts Books 3070
249 dreamsBOOKScourage 3060
250 Unbound Book Reviews 3042
251 Nicole's Adventures in SFF 3024
252 BigHaired Bookworm 3012
253 Dylanthereader5 3005
254 Bree Hill 2997
255 Jo the Great 2990
256 adultishbooks 2978
257 Kendra Winchester 2975
258 Jenni King 2954
259 Kate Howe 2933
260 Claire Reads Books 2880
261 bookskay 2817
262 Danni Darling 2803
263 Bookerly 2797
264 James Chatham 2786
265 ZarriahRose 2767
266 Mrs Hembry Reads 2764
267 Books and Thoughts 2759
268 A Frolic Through Fiction 2754
269 headinherbooks 2715
270 That Bookie 2707
271 Novel Thoughts 2680
272 Matthew Sciarappa 2635
273 PinkReadingHaze 2628
274 Harriet Rosie 2617
275 Sabine's Book Nook 2574
276 Beauty and the Book 2554
277 Bookish Realm 2547
278 Ana - bb03aav 2529
279 Jess McGlynn 2511
280 Kiara Soleil 2508
281 Just Juan Reader 2487
282 Brittany Reads 2431
283 The daydreamer 2388
284 Derby_Lane Reading 2379
285 EnyasCorner 2334
286 Don't Have a Degree in Reading 2333
287 BooksAndJams 2328
288 The Restricted Section 2325
289 Sarai Talks Books 2323
290 Hannah Hodgson 2317
291 David Popovich BWR 2310
292 readersrambles 2271
293 The Novel Sanctuary 2254
294 Wish Fulfillment 2204
295 Girl About Library 2176
296 Lisa Golding 2159
297 Common Spence 2115
298 Eve's Alexandria 2111
299 BOOKparty! 2087
300 Che Adventure 2076
301 TheReadingOutlaw 2072
302 Pucksandpaperbacks 2058
303 Wandering Reader 2031
304 Don't Stop Readin' 2025
305 Rae Of Books 2008
306 twobookteens 2003
307 A Girl and a Book 2000
308 Fred Weasley Died Laughing 1938
309 Jen Talks Audiobooks 1936
310 Boho Bookworm 1922
311 all D books 1913
312 All the Shelves 1874
313 Acacia Ives 1862
314 Jenny King 1836
315 The First Chapter 1831
316 Non Fic Books 1814
317 OneBookMore 1811
318 Mel's Bookland Adventures 1809
319 The Bookish Babbler 1808
320 Dane Reads 1795
321 Paige's Pages 1792
322 Jessi Tarbet 1782
323 The Reader's Athenaeum 1777
324 Katie's Booktube 1746
325 Boundless Books 1720
326 Gabi Arno 1707
327 time to read! 1702
328 valerie - valereads 1701
329 Kath Elizabeth Reads 1696
330 Books and Looks 1692
331 Carys 1691
332 Beautifully Bookish Bethany 1685
333 alliesugar 1674
334 Crescent Moon Reads 1669
335 FromtheShelf 1651
336 Olivia Pope 1642
337 What Cass Read 1636
338 baldbookgeek 1617
339 bigalbooks 1610
340 CravingBooks 1607
341 Okay So Booksically 1607
342 Happy Indulgence 1578
343 raeofsunshinebooks 1574
344 AlffBooks 1555
345 Leather-Bound 1555
346 Literary Prints 1537
347 splitreads 1508
348 Courtagonist 1488
349 Leanne Rose 1483
350 Robby Reads 1482
351 Garden Scriptorium 1461
352 BookTubes 1445
353 The Writers' Crown 1428
354 Kreative Krystol Reads N Writes 1427
355 Sprinkled Pages 1426
356 Common Touch of Fantasy 1413
357 another great etcetera 1408
358 Brooke Lee 1403
359 View from the Bar 1387
360 okidokiboki 1383
361 Ms. Lynn Reads 1373
362 FromTheDustyBookshelf 1369
363 Taylor Joy 1365
364 Becca and The Books 1344
365 Sarah's Bookshelves 1303
366 Katie O'Shea 1281
367 Shawn The Book Maniac 1280
368 Silvia Kay 1280
369 MsRandomCreation 1276
370 Kristen BOOKS 1275
371 A Blackbird's Books 1274
372 Jakob Tanner 1274
373 Wina Wonders 1273
374 Kirsty On Books 1268
375 Tamara Woods 1260
376 Liv J Hooper 1259
377 ONYX Pages 1256
378 Molly De Montaigne 1249
379 Sabrina The Teenage Reader 1248
380 bookslikewhoa 1243
381 Chrissy BooksandBerries 1229
382 Thelittlereadinglamb 1228
383 Georgina Reads 1223
384 Cook Read Create 1210
385 Am I Write? 1201
386 BritishBiblioholic 1199
387 Codie's Book Corner 1195
388 The Novel Nomad 1188
389 tss6295 1184
390 Blonde With A Book 1174
391 diana in colour 1171
392 inkyspyglass 1163
393 Jonny Keen 1158
394 tulipswift 1158
395 AmandaVenture1 1155
396 Bibliosaurusrex 1152
397 The Sheep and the Wolf 1151
398 Runwright Reads 1146
399 The Bookish Land 1143
400 Read with Merina Rey 1141
401 Happily Ever Esch 1132
402 Knowledge Lost 1132
403 Stephs Rom Book Talk 1131
404 Michael Reads 1125
405 yasminsbookshelf 1119
406 itsAshwini 1105
407 BooksWithWings 1103
408 BreeReadsBooks 1103
409 Angelica Cofer 1099
410 PaperBird 1096
411 misskaelyn 1085
412 Rayna Liddell 1058
413 Bedtime Bookworm 1055
414 Books&Bobs 1054
415 Sophiesticated Books 1051
416 emmasbooksandbubbles 1046
417 Blatantly Bookish 1027
418 Book Your Imagination 1026
419 Bilingual Bookworm 1016
420 Ally Rose 1010
421 capricioushelen 1004
422 Mickey's Booktube Experiment 984
423 Majelle 983
424 Literary Gladiators 975
425 Maija Reads 962
426 HardbackHaven 961
427 Samantha's Books 959
428 tomtalksbooks 942
429 DustyPage 934
430 ReadbyLiv 933
431 JessicaReadsThings 931
432 Remembered Reads 920
433 Troi Towel: Books Drawing Life 901
434 Paperback Junky 896
435 BooksandQuestions 895
436 Read Create Repeat Homeschool 893
437 RyanReadsBooks 890
438 Read By Jess 883
439 Pip Reads 878
440 Jasmine's Reads 874
441 sweetlovebooks 872
442 Hey Little Thrifter 871
443 BetweenStories 870
444 JustaLittleBitRandom 856
445 Libby Stephenson 825
446 DyceBookClub 821
447 LucieReads 820
448 Her Nose Stuck in a Book 819
449 READING and KNITTING On the Porch 815
450 Lia - Hyde and Seek 813
451 A Bookish Balance 806
452 Musical Tati 788
453 The Blind Rabbit 785
454 Jashana C 784
455 Aussie Bookworm 780
456 Kirsty's Reviews 777
457 Jay Dee Archer 773
458 HollyTheBookLover 772
459 The Bookish Penbabe 762
460 Amber Eats Books 760
461 Ghost Reader 759
462 paul reads 759
463 Damian Terriquez 757
464 Morgan Gayle 751
465 Meera Nair 746
466 NotSoAverageJo 736
467 Shannon Ridler 736
468 Lillytales 730
469 KristensLibrary 726
470 Tea Hags 725
471 SomdahSaysSo 723
472 mayreads 709
473 BreeInBookland 708
474 Lisa London 708
475 Riddle Solved 707
476 EarnestlyEston 705
477 cristinasjourney 697
478 Nathan James 696
479 emmanovella 695
480 Steve Partridge 693
481 Shaegeeksout 692
482 yesmissjane 691
483 SamanthaReading 689
484 ThatKatePerson 686
485 Becky Ford 681
486 Wonderland Books 679
487 Sofie Emde Trebbien 674
488 PeterClarkTheWriter 670
489 mom2triplets04 662
490 Crystal Laing 645
491 Read and Find Out 643
492 worthathousandwords 640
493 For the love of classics 636
494 heyoliviareads 633
495 Lauren Maze 632
496 Cam Pirrip 628
497 Booky Lorra 624
498 ACindyevaTale 616
499 Valentina García 613
500 Anita Reads 607
501 Oly Bliss 606
502 MorgyyReads 601
503 spellsandwords 599
504 The Nerd Stop 598
505 Todd the Librarian! 595
506 itsabookishthing13 590
507 MyBookSelf 587
508 Annie the BookTuber 586
509 Beacon Hill Books 585
510 MickeyBetweenThePages 584
511 Pretty Brown Eye Reader 582
512 Jer Sings And Reads 578
513 Anthony Andrews 577
514 Carla's Book Bits 577
515 ChallengeThyShelf 573
516 oodles of books 569
517 Katherine Lyle 567
518 PineappleStrawberry 565
519 Beyond the Epilogue 558
520 MCS-books 558
521 Daphne M 557
522 Lisa and Things 556
523 Symone Books 550
524 Kate Hickey 548
525 Laura Frey 547
526 TheBookNeuk 545
527 Melissa&Barnsie Reid 543
528 BookishCheryl 539
529 Curtis Books and Books 539
530 Stacey loves to read 538
531 Lacey D-Bell 535
532 Eclectic Reads 533
533 Rebecca Books 532
534 Rebecca Books 532
535 Becca Iris Ruiz 525
536 Snazzy Reads 524
537 Beth Chats Books 523
538 Barter Hordes 521
539 SYDNEY ABROAD 521
540 Plots And Points 520
541 Kim Here 518
542 Mel Interrupted 518
543 BetweenLinesAndLife 516
544 Jamie IsReading 515
545 ViktoriaReads 515
546 thereadingcorner 514
547 Moriarty and Her Books 513
548 Britt of Books 508
549 Mystery Date With a Book 503
550 pagebypage 501
551 The Medieval Reader 500
552 Liko Loves Books 499
553 ritabook 498
554 NPStation 494
555 BrewsandReviews 491
556 TheCamillion 489
557 Libri Labra 487
558 Triumphal Reads 486
559 B a Reader 485
560 Paperback Laura 473
561 WomanVsBooks 472
562 MegaManChiefFan 467
563 Read To Me At Midnight 467
564 TheSeptemberIssue 465
565 Liz Schubert 460
566 Silje 460
567 Pages & Prose 458
568 YouFoundMarina 457
569 Indie Insomniac 452
570 Hooked On Books 451
571 Boston Book Bitty 449
572 Ali Corvere 444
573 SniderBeeBooks 441
574 Spinster's Library 441
575 CtinaLoves2Read 439
576 Nashwa Reads 438
577 Caught Between Pages 435
578 Mo's Reads 435
579 Beautiful pages 432
580 whatpageareyouon 431
581 turningpages52 425
582 CarolineReads 424
583 The Bibliotherapist 423
584 Lizzy and her books 416
585 Totally Pretentious 413
586 A Journey Through Books 403
587 realhumanbeing 396
588 sirbooksage 392
589 Monica Hay 390
590 WithinTheGoodBooks 390
591 Old Blue's Chapter and Verse 388
592 Ifer's Inklings 385
593 Sabina Large 380
594 crflamesfan 378
595 Bookie Charm 375
596 May Cho 374
597 Read Remark 374
598 Alexa Pereira 369
599 Charles Xplosion 366
600 Juliet Ann 365
601 MaggieChatsBooks 364
602 OhSoAbby 364
603 Karyn Reads 363
604 Sassy Ginger Book Obsession 363
605 destructionsnakepit 362
606 jaceyjayceereads 362
607 Gore Vidal 361
608 ForesstFox 360
609 Notions on Novels 360
610 Book Lady 359
611 Lisaswestcoastreads 351
612 Rene Pierre 351
613 Bibliofilth 349
614 chelsies chapters 342
615 The Book Finch 341
616 Denise Harwood 341
617 nenalogy 341
618 Jackie And Stuff 339
619 readwithcindy 330
620 Berthe Reads Books 329
621 FredeReads 329
622 LegendofLorie Books 328
623 Escape The Reality 327
624 Readingxpress 324
625 The dyslexic reader 324
626 Pia Raylee 323
627 Lori Dawson 322
628 The Shadow Realm 317
629 Matilda Gothika/מתילדה גותיקה 313
630 untitled for now 311
631 Graham Quigley 310
632 Biblio Atlas 308
633 Marc Nash 305
634 Lia Cooper 303
635 SnowWhite AndTheSevenShelves 302
636 Charles Heathcote 301
637 Twisting the Plot 300
638 Allison Theresa 298
639 The Melodramatic Bookworm 295
640 thisstoryaintover 293
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643 Let Me Take A Shelfie 288
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647 Betwixt the Books 273
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651 One Minute Reads 258
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655 The Elysianer 252
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675 Emily's Reading Adventures 225
676 FullofLit 225
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678 Eva Marie 224
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680 gerard thebookworm 222
681 Brian's Book Bastion 218
682 The Story 216
683 Words Words Everywhere 216
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685 Ivy Valentiny 213
686 Blonde and Bookish 212
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693 The Three Bookshelves 208
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697 Through the Pages 205
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704 Time For Books 193
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748 Kristen Pesta 141
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750 A Court of Words and Booknerds 139
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758 The Paper Booklight 131
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789 rants of a fangirl 105
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