Bob Kemp’s Bottom Line

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2018

RANDOM STUFF
         *BROWNS 21, JETS 17: UNLOCK THE BUD LIGHT - THE BROWNS WIN FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 635 DAYS ... STATISTICALLY SPEAKING - Carlos Hyde got the tough yards for the Brown with 99 yards on 23 carries and both Browns touchdowns ... THE BOTTOM LINE - The Browns scored all their points after Baker Mayfield replaced the concussed Tyrod Taylor with 1:41 remaining in the first half … LAS VEGAS SUPER BOOK – Browns 3, Jets (41) … PREDICTION –Browns 23, Jets 17
        *CARDINALS KIRK IN CAR ACCIDENT: Christian Kirk missed Thursday’s practice after he was rear-ended in a car accident leaving the Cardinals facility in Tempe after Wednesday’s practice. He reportedly will return to practice on Friday.
        *OREGON STATE QUARTERBACK WILL NOT PLAY AGAINST THE UA: Jake Luton will not play on Saturday against the UA while still recovering from an ankle injured suffered last week at Nevada.
        *THE VERBAL WARFARE AT UCLA, PART TWO: In chronological order, the father of starting true freshman quarterback Dorian-Thompson Robinson called Chip Kelly a “million-dollar coach who bares (sic) no responsibility. To which Kelly said, “When you win, people say good things, and when you don’t, people don’t say good things.”
        *BRUCE BOCHY MIGHT BE IN HIS FINAL DAYS WITH THE GIANTS: The Bay Area media is calling 2018 “a $205 million flop” and Bochy admitted this week he has not been told he will return in 2019. Also, general manager Bobby Evans could be gone.
        *THE RANGERS ALSO MIGHT MAKE A CHANGE: Jeff Banister could be fired three years after he was the American League Manager of the Year award.
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IN THE PREDICTION FRIDAY SPORTS ZONE 

(THIS PLAN IS TENTATIVE AND SOMEWHAT SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
        *AT THE TOP OF THE SHOW,  THE INTRODUCTION OF THE PIPELINE
        *AT 10:15,  THE LOCAL ROUNDUP: Cardinals offensive coordinator Mike McCoy and Larry Fitzgerald Meet The Press
        *AT 10:30, MORE LOCAL ROUNDUP: Herm Edwards and Kevin Sumlin Meet The Press 
        *AND IN THE FINAL SEGMENT OF HOUR NUMBER ONE: THE NATIONAL ROUNDUP 
        *AT THE TOP OF THE 11:00 HOUR, UPDATED RESULTS OF THE POLL QUESTIONS AND A REPEAT OF TODAY'S PIPELINE
        *AT 11:15, CHICAGO BEARS AND UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON UPDATES: with Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun Times and Christian Caple of the Athletic
       *AT 11:30, INTERACTIVE TIME: the first segment with phone calls and/or tweets  ... AND EVEN MORE LOCAL ROUNDUP: Cardinals defensive coordinator Al Holcomb and Patrick Peterson Meet The Press
       *AND IN THE FINAL SEGMENT OF HOUR NUMBER TWO, OUR DAILY AROUND MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL SEGMENT
       *AT THE TOP OF THE NOON HOUR, ITS LAST CALL AND THE BOTTOM LINE
        *AT 12:15, THE FINAL INTERACTIVE ROUND WITH PHONE CALLS AND/OR TWEETS PLUS THE LATEST LINE AND SOME TELEVISION VIEWING SUGGESTIONS  
        *AT 12:30, OUR WEEKLY FANTASY FOOTBALL UPDATE: with Mario Puig of Rotowire.com
        *AT 12:45, THANK YOU TIME AND TODAY IN ROCK HISTORY
       TWO SEGMENTS WITH INTERACTIVE ACTION – PHONE CALLS (602-260-10-60) AND/OR TWEETS (@SPORTS ZONE 1060 OR TWITTER.COM/SPORTS ZONE 1060) AT 11:30 AND 12:15

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2018 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREDICTIONS

        *NFC EAST: Philadelphia, Dallas, NY Giants, Washington        
        *NFC NORTH: Minnesota, Green Bay, Detroit, Chicago
        *NFC SOUTH: Atlanta, New Orleans, Carolina, Tampa Bay
        *NFC WEST: Los Angeles, Seattle, San Francisco, Arizona
        *NFC WILD CARDS: Green Bay, New Orleans
        *NFC CHAMPION: Atlanta
        *AFC EAST: New England, NY Jets, Miami, Buffalo        
        *AFC NORTH: Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Cleveland
        *AFC SOUTH: Jacksonville, Houston, Tennessee, Indianapolis
        *AFC WEST: Los Angeles, Denver, Kansas City, Oakland
        *AFC WILD CARDS: Pittsburgh, Houston
        *AFC CHAMPION: New England                                                   
         *SUPER BOWL CHAMPION: Atlanta