Who should I start in the Championship?

Who should I start in the Championship? Topic: Case st. louis
July 16, 2019 / By Hanny
Question: Is my line-up fine, or should I bench anyone in case they get benched early this week? Starters: QB: Cam Newton vs NO WR: Larry Fitzgerald vs Sea WR: Julio Jones vs TB - I don't see him lasting the whole game, but idk RB: Reggie Bush vs NYJ RB: Darren Sproles vs CAR - Doubt he'll make it the whole game but idk TE: Antonio Gates vs OAK WR/RB: DeAngelo Williams vs NO WR/RB/TE: Toby Gerhart vs CHI K: Olindo Mare vs NO D/ST: Miami vs NYJ Bench: QB: Tim Tebow vs KC RB: Kahlil Bell vs MIN, Kevin Smith vs GB, LeGarrette Blount vs Atl WR: Brandon LaFell vs NO (Naanee broke his leg, could have another big week), Demaryius Thomas vs KC (facing Brandon Flowers), Michael Crabtree vs St.Louis TE: Greg Olsen, Brent Celek D/ST: Seattle vs Ari Denarius Moore is also on waivers, I could get him...
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Dolly Dolly | 8 days ago
I'd play Crabtree over Jones this week. The 49ers and Saints are still going for the bye in the playoffs. I'd also seriously consider putting Kahlil Bell in the lineup given what Royster did against the Viking D last week.
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Dolly Originally Answered: Why do i do this when i start to like someone?
Totally normal dude. Just calm yourself down. Trust me, i thought for years like this. If your asking her out there are two possible scenarios. She will make up an excuse (nicely) and let you down as gently as she can (unless shes a jerk in which case you shouldn't like her anyway) or say yes! If your talking about in coversation she will just talk back to you. You'll know you messed up if her tone gets sarcastic or she makes facial expressions, but trust me she probably thinks nothing of what you say. She thinks its totally normal
Dolly Originally Answered: Why do i do this when i start to like someone?
Sounds like you're afraid of failure and are trying to head yourself off before you can be rejected. In this case there's only one thing you can do - "Nut up or shut up"

Carolyn Carolyn
In all honesty...if you've made it to the Big Game, then YOU need pick your team...not a bunch of think-we-know-it-alls... Man up!
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Carolyn Originally Answered: How do I start a novel?
Coming from an aspiring writer, my answer will be pretty long. Ok, I've dabbled in writing some myself and so far written the first (crappy and amateur) draft of a novel. It's a few hundred pages and it took me months. And you know what? I did NOT start from page one. I started writing this novel from a scene in the middle of the story where I was sure of what was going on. I came in at about part 3 of 3 in book one and just wrote it to the end. Then, actually, as I wrote and the characters were discussing how they had gotten where they are, the answers and the chronology of the plot all fell into place. Think of it like how George Lucas filmed episodes 4-6 before he filmed 1-3 of Star Wars. Start writing from what and where you know. Then fill in the blanks. (and DO make changes and revisions. It's not set in stone) As far as person goes, I used two tenses because I'm crazy. I used first and 3rd person tenses and i have multiple viewpoint characters so its complicated. I don't recommend that unless you really have a good reason. THIRD person is the best in general. Very easy, works for everyone. When you first start writing it, the introduction should clearly imply the THEME or overall message you want to convey in the rest of the story. Begin by writing about what this character wants or is experiencing, expose the reader to the general feeling or worldview they will later be submerged in... Get to the point. But don't rush it. Also don't let the reader get bored. You should try to write in the style your favorite authors use. Study their books as you read or reread them. But also be ORIGINAL (if you're leaning towards Twilight stories then, please try to do BETTER lol, no offense and good luck.)
Carolyn Originally Answered: How do I start a novel?
My personal preference is to write in third person as an omnipresent narrator, just because it's simplest, and gives the most even view of the story. First person requires you really getting to know the character, and really get inside their head, and it can be 1) fairly difficult, and 2) kinda off-putting to the audience if not done really well. you could do it, but 3rd person's usually easiest. Starting the novel can be done a lot of different ways, but what I would recommend is to just write a lot of different options out. Don't worry about the editing or how good it sounds, just start writing and see how it goes. Nothing is set in stone, and you can go back and nit-pick it later.

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