Archive for October 19th, 2015

The Devil Stalks: 1 Peter 5: 7-8

1 Peter 5:8

casting all your anxieties on him, because he cares for you. Be sober-minded; be watchful. Your adversary the devil prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour.



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Brian Westbrook Enters Eagles Hall Of Fame.

Westbrooke stated,

When I have people come up to me now and rattle off my stats and say they watched me when they were younger, it still amazes me just a bit, because I don’t look at myself that way. I look at myself as just another guy who worked hard at his job, grinded, and good things happen when you work hard.  I never really thought about it. I’ve seen guys like Brian Dawkins and Donovan McNabb who carried this team for so long get inducted into the Hall of Fame and having their numbers retired. I never really knew if I was going to get the opportunity, but my day came and it’s a blessing. When Mr. Lurie called me, he said ‘we couldn’t have chosen a better game to induct you into the Hall of Fame then when we play against the Giants,’ He took so much pride in playing well against those guys. For me it was a great matchup; a great opportunity to show people close to what we could do and what I could do as a player. But it’s kind of fitting that I’ll go into the Hall of Fame against the Giants.”

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NFL’s Top Ten Professional Stadiums.

Via USA Today Sports

1. Lambeau Field — Green Bay Packers — 80,735

2. AT&T Stadium — Dallas Cowboys — 85,000

3. Arrowhead Stadium — Kansas City Chiefs — 76,416

4. CenturyLink Stadium — Seattle Seahawks — 67,0005

5. Lincoln Financial Field — Philadelphia Eagles — 69,596

6. Heinz Field — Pittsburgh Steelers — 68,400

7. MetLife Stadium — New York Giants/Jets — 82,500

8. Sports Authority Field at Mile High — Denver Broncos — 76,125

9. M&T Bank Stadium — Baltimore Ravens — 71,008

10. University of Phoenix Stadium — Arizona Cardinals — 63,400

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