Last year, Catskill Chill said farewell to their longtime home at Camp Minglewood with an exceptional celebration, bringing out artists like Lotus, moe., Zappa Plays Zappa and a whole lot more. Among the many performers to grace the beloved festival’s stages was Twiddle, who played both a Dead Set and traditional set on the main stage.The Vermont jammers rocked hard during their hour and a half allotment from 2:30-4 AM, welcoming out guitarist Wiley Griffin and keyboardist Todd Stoops during various moments of their jam-heavy set. The set was a sweet one, with Twiddle playing outside the box for a truly memorable set of music. TFortunately, thanks to Catskill Chill, we now have full video of the set! Watch the magic as it unfolds, below.Setlist: Twiddle at Catskill Chill, Hancock, NY – 9/19/15Zazu’s Flight, Beehop (w/ Wiley Griffin on guitar), Wasabi Eruption > The Box > Star Wars Theme > The Box, Brown Chicken Brown Cow (w/ Todd Stoops on keys), Jamflowman>FrankenfooteFull A/V credits for the video below:Video Directed by John DeeneyCamera Operators:Brian OcchipintiJeremy SchanielMichael MooreJared HannaBrian BlaireAudio Engineer – Joe Mango
BOGOTÁ — The Colombian military must counter the symbols and rhetoric employed by Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels, specialists in psychological warfare and local politics told a group of officers at a four-day seminar in Bogotá. Ronald P. Archer, special advisor to USSOCOM (Special Operations Command) said that the FARC — Colombia’s most violent terrorist group — still has “significant power despite being defeated militarily.” Speaking Oct. 2 at Bogotá’s Club Militar, he said the FARC now focuses its ideological activities on recruitment, indoctrinating combatants, directing propaganda at civilians in conflict zones and feeding lies to Colombians and people overseas. “The Armed Forces needs to take the initiative in improving civilian-military relations and this will in turn combat the FARC’s claims that the state has abandoned their territory.” Archer told his audience. “The FARC’s propaganda must be studied in its minutiae to improve our understanding of the insurgent’s narrative.” Consistent messages work best Archer said the Colombian military’s narrative must be consistent — and that it must focus on cultural, religious and civic values shared by most of Colombia’s 46 million inhabitants. He pointed out that even though the family is the moral compass that guides Colombian culture and offers security, “the FARC rejects the idea of a traditional family and replaces it with a revolutionary identity.” Archer said that the terrorist group’s romanticized, revolutionary propaganda reaches universities — which are ideal recruiting grounds for new FARC combatants — yet is outdated and far removed from the realities on the ground. “The FARC realized very quickly in the 1980s that they had to get their message out there and directed their efforts to an international audience,” said Henry Cancelado, a political scientist at Bogotá’s Universidad Nacional. “The FARC’s reliance on actual foot-soldier activity is minimal alongside their management of the media and their political marketing — for example, publishing videos on YouTube. They truly believe and know that the more public they make their cause, the better and the further their message will reach.” Using social media wisely These days, said Cancelado, Colombia’s Armed Forces are up to speed on Facebook and Twitter, and in creating a counter-narrative to FARC propaganda. “If the FARC lose the support of their followers and active members, it does not matter how much money or how many bullets they possess. They are going to lose.” Salúd Hernández, a correspondent for Colombia’s El Tiempo and Spain’s El Mundo newspapers, suggested that the practice of using radio stations to call upon guerrillas to demobilize and turn themselves in be ended. She said it was well-known that guerrillas do not listen to those particular radio stations, and that those who do are subsequently punished by their superiors. Added Cancelado: “We should be affecting and damaging their support networks and image overseas. The struggle must be won with social support and showing up their moral corruption.” Archer noted that the FARC’s key support “comes from the regions of Colombia that have been subjected to years of guerrilla indoctrination.” And while those ideologies “may be leading the guerrilla group down an antiquated path,” he said that populations living in those regions need to see real change and promises fulfilled in order for the government to win their hearts and minds. The struggle for political power in the brother People of Colombia, between the incumbent Governments and the FARC guerrilla movement must be staged at the peace table. And the dialogue of the two parties should be free of hatred, the feeling of pain which generate wars, and of the pain and ardor of revenge. Leaving these and others negatives elements behind can help them achieve a good dialogue and a happy outcome for the homeland of Colombia, and everything because of Colombians, from Colombians and for Colombians. From Puerto Rico, we wish the best to our brother country. What a poor memory Colombians have. The Farc initially was the armed arm of the extreme left. At present, its previous philosophy of struggle for social claims disappeared as the Soviet Union is gone and it was changed for a lucrative business of death, based on the drug trade, kidnappings, extortion, robberies, etc. To begin to negotiate with bandits is difficult, because their business is so lucrative that it is also supported by hidden forces, they will never deliver it. This is shown in the history. LetÂ´s continue struggling and praying to our HEAVENLY FATHER to change their hearts is our exit. The vast majority was shocked by the war of bullets and don’t see other wars, for example, the life blood that is lost in hospitals by State corruption, the malnutrition of millions of Colombians that is reflected in their ravenous faces, the indignity of extreme opulence of very few “Christians”, opposite masses in misery of cramped capitals. IsnÂ´t that a war, you myopic people. they think they are so special with their army, and they haven’t even been able to handle a little group of rebels freedom for all those who are kidnapped. Innocent people… It doesn’t do any good to keep up a fight that causes so much pain and property damage, and that is frowned upon by the world. It is much better to implement government agreements for employment with fair remuneration, education and health for all combatants. This will truly bring peace, progress and a bright future for this great Colombian country. Foreign investment, industry and tourism will grow exponentially; consequently, the average Colombian will raise his standard of living like he never dreamed before. There will be no need to go to other countries, since Colombia will have everything readily available. Greetings. Wars helped reduce population, which in my opinion is the cause for the misery in Colombia and in many parts of the world. Today you don’t see that, a lot of technology and complex weapons are being deployed and very little results (deaths). The world population has to be decreased because in a few years we won’t even have water for our grandchildren, and there will certainly be wars. It is urgent to find ways to achieve this reduction, it is urgent to intensify the war, that way it will be over soon. As long as there is corruption, injustice, impunity, inequality, privileges and lack of opportunities, it will be very difficult to achieve real and long-lasting peace. The description for guerrilla is different: the dictionary says: the person who kills, sets fire, steals, kidnaps, etc. is a bandit. From now on they will be called BANDITS. Furthermore, 80% of the 40 millions residents, every time they commit arbitrary acts, the bandits will be left without mothers. GENTLEMEN JOURNALISTS, LEADERS AND SERVERS OF THE THREE BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT: COULD IT BE THAT THESE ARMED GROUPS, SUBVERSIVE, PARAMILITARY OR OF ANY OTHER COMBATIVE DENOMINATION AGAINST THE ESTABLISHMENT, ORIGINATE BECAUSE OF THE INJUSTICE COMMITTED AGAINST DEFENSELESS, SIMPLE CITIZENS, BECAUSE OF THE GREED TO OBTAIN WEALTH, NO MATTER HOW, AT THE EXPENSE OF THOSE COMPATRIOTS IN POSITION OF INFERIORITY OR VULNERABILITY? TO SHOW AN EXAMPLE OF THIS SOCIAL INEQUALITY, REFER TO THE NEWS AIRED BY NOTICIAS UNO ON SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 OF THIS YEAR, DURING ITS BROADCAST AT NINE O’CLOCK AT NIGHT, HEADLINING THE DISPUTE ON THE REPEATED FRAUD COMMITTED AGAINST THE COLOMBIAN SOCIAL SECURITY, BY THE OCCUPATIONAL RISKS INSURANCE COMPANY POSITIVA S. A. AND THE AUTHORITIES AREN’T TAKING ANY ACTION! IMMUNITY?… CARTE BLANCHE? (“Z”)… IMPUNITY?… WHAT SECRET INTERESTS, OBSCURE AGREEMENTS OR PERMANENT BENEFITS HOLDS THE POLITICAL CLASS IN ORDER TO BE PERMISSIVE WITH THESE CORRUPT BEHAVIORS THAT COMPROMISE THE SUPREME EXECUTIVE POWER, MINISTERS OF CORRESPONDING DEPARTMENTS WITH THEIR CONTROL AND MONITORING BODIES; OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE NATION, OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR GENERAL OF THE REPUBLIC; HOUSE AND SENATE AS LEGISLATIVE POWER WITH THEIR POLITICAL CONTROL AND THE OTHER POWER THAT SADLY HAS BECOME TRIVIAL, THE WAY [“IN”]JUSTICE HAS. COMMENT OF MARINO VEEDOR, FIGHTING FOR THE PEACE AND EQUALITY OF THE COLOMBIANS, VICTIMS OF THE TYRANNY OF THE DISASTROUS CORRUPTION THAT IS DESTROYING OUR BELOVED COUNTRY, WHERE WE CAN ASK OURSELVES, MALICIOUSLY, AND WHERE IS THE MANAGER WE CHOSE FOR THIS COMPANY? for many years the separation between the state established legitimately and the groups outside the law has increased, because of capitalist inequality of services, education, health, paved access ways so that the one who grows food has the ability to take his products to the city; on top of all this we have to create a system so that the farmer is not robbed by intermediates, a farmer comes with a bag of bananas and the inter pays for it as they wish, there is no one to put a price on those products, that’s why they stop growing legal crops and they start growing the illegal kind, because the illegal is bought in bulk and they don’t have to carry and beg in order to be able to sell what they have produced. The day the government protects its farmers, things will change. the struggle for political power between the governments in the sister-country Colombia is not doing any good. The dialogue between the two parties should be free of hatred, of the feeling of pain caused by wars, and of the pain and ardor of revenge. What is happening with the Colombian people and our governors, any illiterate person with delusions of dictatorship comes around and takes away from us half of the Caribbean Sea, and nevertheless we go on as if nothing happened, our indolence and that of our ruling class have caused that, for several decades, our neighbors have been trying to take advantage of our natural resources under the accommodating watch of our governments, who only think about profiting during their time at power for their own stingy interests. I think and respectfully suggest that our army and our police must initiate projects, provide education, attend issues on primary health in all those small towns where the State has not arrived yet, with all that it takes farmers to avoid being bought by the outlawed groups. The army and the police should have two groups in parallel, one to maintain military and police presence and another to provide State presence by offering services like the ones described above. This way we will be restoring the confidence that peasants of Colombia have lost. In a prestigious newspaper form Tolima, I read the statements of a great man who was an attorney of the nation, and who states the actual truth on how all the bad things are not just the FARC and he’s right. Everyone in the country blames them for everything because the state is behind them, but they neglect or go along with what’s most damaging for the country, and that’s the fucking administrative corruption where a company steals billions and if they get caught, these criminals who steal our taxes are treated delicately and with benevolence, and are locked up in cells where they have all their toys, and if they are retired, they continue to receive their juicy pensions. This has to change and surely Colombians will live better in the future. How can I believe this lady Salud Hernandez, correspondent of the newspaper El Tiempo. I think it’s disrespectful to write these publications, according to her the army radio stations don’t fulfill their purpose as subversive people do not listen to them, because according to this lady, the guerrilla men are punished for listening to these stations. But I suggest she do more research on this topic because this issue goes beyond listening or not to the army radio stations, because in the course of these months and years the demobilization of these illegal armed groups has increased due to direct and indirect matters regarding radio broadcasting of the messages; as the demobilized guerrilla men themselves say, they have been listening secretly to these stations, and messages are given through relatives of these subversive people, informing them on the plans and benefits provided by the government regarding the demobilization. With this I’d like to tell this lady that this is only one part of what is done with the radio broadcasting and that I think it’s strange that this educated and experienced lady doesn’t study the topics before writing or speaking. I KEEP THINKING THAT IF COLOMBIA SHARES THIS CAKE, WE WILL REACH PEACE MORE OR LESS, OTHERWISE WE WILL CONTINUE PROMOTING WAR. By Dialogo October 08, 2012
Image courtesy of EndesaSpanish power sector major Endesa reported an increase in profit for the first half of the year of 15 percent. The company said on Tuesday its profit for the first six months of 2018 reached 752 million euros ($878.6 million), compared to the 653 million euros reported in the corresponding period last year.The company noted the increase comes on the back of the increase in electricity demand that rose 1.2 percent during the period under review, compared to the last year.Endesa’s gas sales in the deregulated market, where the company counts 1,562,200 customers, edged up 2.3 percent, selling 43,344 GWh.Revenue from gas sales totaled 1.3 billion euros in the first half of 2018, 7.6 percent up on the figure for the first half of 2017.
Published on September 4, 2019 at 10:24 pm Contact Anthony: [email protected] Since Ian McIntyre took over as Syracuse head coach in 2010, the Orange have had just one season without a clear No. 1 goalkeeper.But after three years of Alex Bono and four years of Hendrik Hilpert, SU entered its 2019 season with two goalkeepers vying for the starting role. Jake Leahy has been with the Orange since 2016 and made the first start of his career in Monday’s 3-1 win over Binghamton. Christian Miesch — a native of Switzerland — transferred from Stony Brook to SU this fall and started in SU’s season-opening loss to Georgetown.“We’ve got two excellent young goalkeepers I think you’re going to hear a lot about in the future,” McIntyre said before the season-opener. “I think we’ve got two starting goalkeepers, and that’s a good problem to have.”Through three exhibitions and two regular season matches now, McIntyre hasn’t given the nod to either keeper. Ahead of Syracuse’s (1-1) matchup on Friday with Yale and Sunday against New Hampshire, Leahy sees it as “his job to lose,” while Miesch said he’s “focusing on what he can, and not what he can’t.” McIntyre was not available to comment on Wednesday about whether he had made a decision.Miesch and Leahy split time in all three of SU’s preseason exhibition scrimmages. In the first scrimmage against Niagara, McIntyre gave 30 minutes to both. The next two exhibitions, each goalie played one half, alternating starts in each.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMcIntyre opted to start Miesch in the season-opener at No. 13 Georgetown, where the Orange conceded three goals, two from open play and one off a corner kick. The sophomore transfer made three saves in SU’s defeat. On Monday night, McIntyre tapped Leahy for his first career start. After allowing the opening goal, the redshirt junior made two saves and earned his first win as SU rallied to beat Binghamton 3-1.When Leahy arrived in 2016 to Syracuse, McIntyre said he was “an 18-year-old happy to be here.” He sat and waited behind Hilpert, while dealing with a significant shoulder injury that sidelined him for his first two seasons at SU. Leahy redshirted a season and his first appearance came not for SU, but for Syracuse FC, a local team that plays in the National Premier Soccer League.Miesch played in the fourth division of German soccer before moving to FC Sion Academy back home in Switzerland. That’s where he learned of the opportunity to move to the United States and play collegiately. He spent his first collegiate season with Stony Brook in the America East. In 16 starts in goal, Miesch kept four clean sheets and earned All-America East second team and was on the All-Rookie team.“If you still have that goal of going somewhere, namely MLS or any professional environment, the ACC is the place to be,” Miesch said. “The people really have bigger ambitions and that’s why they come here.”Eva Suppa | Digital Design EditorBono started from 2012-14, before he was drafted by Toronto FC, where he currently plays. Following Bono was Hilpert, who when he first arrived in 2015, split time with Austin Aviza. Hilpert started 16 games to Aviza’s nine, and Hilpert was the clear top choice for his last three years of school.“There’s a responsibility of being the starting goalkeeper at any school, especially Syracuse,” Leahy said. “We’ve had a very good lineage of excellent goalkeepers and I can’t speak highly enough of Hendrik, I learned a lot from him in my time being here.”When Hilpert graduated, it appeared that Leahy would have the job. Leahy said he assumed he’d be the starter — he was the most experienced returning keeper. McIntyre acquired Miesch to challenge for the starting role.“I’m totally used to that growing up,” Miesch said, of competition for the starting role. “Without competition, it wouldn’t be the same.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
In a statement received by Omnisport, the ATP said: “In addition to the on-site fines announced today the ATP is looking further into what happened during and immediately after the match to see if additional action is warranted under the player major offense section of the code.”That could result in an additional fine and/or suspension.”Kyrgios, who won the Washington Open title earlier this month, lost in three sets to Khachanov. Nick Kyrgios has been fined $113,000 and warned he could face a ban on top of that initial punishment after his ill-mannered exit from the Western & Southern Open.The Australian hurled abuse at umpire Fergus Murphy, describing him as “the worst, hands down” during a second-round defeat to Russian Karen Khachanov on Wednesday. Do Not Disturb 🙅♂️😂🎥: @TennisTV | @NickKyrgios | #CincyTennis pic.twitter.com/NIhQmKaZg3— ATP Tour (@ATP_Tour) August 15, 2019At one stage, Kyrgios violently smashed two rackets away from the gaze of the crowd in Cincinnati as he took a bathroom break, without permission from Murphy, between the second and third sets.He has had previous run-ins with Murphy and called him “a tool” at the end of Wednesday’s match.The ATP, which runs men’s tennis, came down hard on Kyrgios and issued a succession of fines for unsportsmanlike conduct, made up of four separate $20,000 penalties and one for $5,000.He was given a further $20,000 punishment for verbal abuse, a $5,000 penalty for an audible obscenity and a $3,000 fine for leaving the court without permission.Kyrgios, who was handed a ban from the tour for eight tournament weeks in late 2016, could find himself suspended again over his conduct.It could mean the volatile 24-year-old’s place at the upcoming U.S. Open is at risk.
Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearIt didn’t long for Jones to praise Miocic, while also throwing gasoline onto the fire at his fiercest rival without even mentioning Cormier’s name. Stipe is hands down the greatest heavyweight of all time. I have nothing else to say— Jon Bones Jones (@JonnyBones) August 18, 2019After Cormier first beat Miocic at UFC 226 to win the heavyweight belt, in addition to being the 205-pound titleholder, the majority of MMA pundits and fans felt like Cormier earned the distinction of being the pound-for-pound king of the four-ounce gloves. The perceived notion still held up even when Cormier vacated the light heavyweight title and Jones captured the belt once again at UFC 232 vs. Alexander Gustafsson. Not happy with the fact people felt he wasn’t the king of the hill, Jones made it abundantly clear who should and shouldn’t be on top of the mountain. Now can we stop playing games with these pound for pound rankings already— Jon Bones Jones (@JonnyBones) August 18, 2019 One of the narratives heading into Saturday’s UFC 241 had been if Daniel Cormier beat Stipe Miocic in their rematch, then a trilogy bout with Jon Jones would be on the horizon. Cormier and Jones even shockingly agreed the proposed bout would take place at 205 pounds where Jones is the current light heavyweight champion. Jones had beaten Cormier in January 2015 and would have defeated him there again if not for a failed drug test after their 2017 fight.However, Miocic spoiled those plans, stopping Cormier in the fourth round to regain the heavyweight championship. To cap off his evening on social media, Jones took one final swipe at Cormier. Awesome night of fights, best card of the year so far. I think I’m going to have a glass of wine— Jon Bones Jones (@JonnyBones) August 18, 2019
4. Deshaun Watson, Texans Watson led the Texans to the AFC South title for the second straight season, and his numbers are almost identical to last season. In the first round against Buffalo, Watson has a chance to erase the sting of last year’s wild card clunker in the loss to the Colts and set up a rematch against Baltimore and Lamar Jackson. That is a continuation of what was a spectacular college rivalry. The Ravens, however, won the regular-season matchup 41-7. Can the Texans rise to that level with Watson? 5. Aaron Rodgers, Packers Rodgers needs a second Super Bowl ring to silence the critics. Green Bay finished 13-3 this season and will have a first-round bye, but it will likely face New Orleans or Seattle in that game. The Packers have not had a first-round twice under Rodgers. The first led to a shocking loss to New York in 2011-12. The second was a win against Dallas in 2014-15. Rodgers had a 95.4 quarterback rating under first-year coach Matt LaFleur. He’s 36, so it’s fair to wonder how many more opportunities like this are left. 6. Ryan Tannehill, Titans Tannehill is an unrestricted free agent next season, so he’s out to prove he can be a franchise quarterback — a career-long quest that could land him on a third team in eight seasons. Tannehill got hot in the second half of the season for Tennessee. He threw two or more TDs in nine of the Titans’ last 10 games. Tennessee is just a 5.5-point underdog in New England. Could he be the one to end the Patriots’ run like we all predicted in August? (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/9a/9d/deshaun-watson-010220-getty-ftrjpg_1w6j2ytxmpvrj1xqb5924p6i2k.jpg?t=1729841591&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/ba/55/jimmy-garoppolo-110419-getty-ftrjpg_1tt8iwg55oen013kxl4jimvvq8.jpg?t=942559719&w=500&quality=80 (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/cd/f4/patrick-mahomes-101319-getty-ftr_119qz7c7v9krc1x2rh5vc3kp0h.jpg?t=-960293051&w=500&quality=80 7. Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs Last year’s MVP led the Chiefs to the AFC championship game in his first playoff run. They will be expected to close the deal this year knowing they got the bye after finishing the regular season on a six-game win streak. Mahomes is healthy, but his numbers weren’t off the charts during that win streak with the Chiefs finding ways to win without being so reliant on their quarterback. New England likely will visit Arrowhead Stadium in two weeks. A loss there would be more damning for Andy Reid, but the hype around Mahomes would be dialed back a bit, too.8. Lamar Jackson, Ravens We mentioned Jackson will likely be the MVP, and he’s taken the league by storm with a season that included 3,127 passing yards and 36 TDs with 1,206 rushing yards and seven TDs. It’s an unbelievable year that continues with home-field advantage, and Jackson can show what he learned from last year’s wild-card loss to the Chargers. There is always pressure to reach the Super Bowl. Jackson often gets compared to Michael Vick, who was 2-3 as a starter in the postseason. Jackson will do better than that, but it starts with getting that first playoff win. There is more pressure on Jackson than the next quarterback on this list simply because expectations are higher. 9. Josh Allen, Bills Allen can relate to that. He was in the same draft class as Jackson, and he has the Bills back in the playoffs for the second time in three years. He’s proven his worth with a 15-12 record as a starter and led Buffalo to a 10-win season. The Bills have not won a playoff game since 1995, however, and Allen is tasked with breaking a string of five consecutive postseason losses. The feeling that Buffalo is just be happy to be there won’t last forever. 1. Jimmy Garoppolo, 49ers San Francisco quarterbacks are held to a higher standard in the playoffs. The 49ers have been the No. 1 seed eight times – and they won Super Bowls with Joe Montana three times and Steve Young once in that spot. The 1987-88 divisional round loss to Minnesota is still talked about. The other three bye-week QBs have MVP credentials, assuming Jackson wins the award. Garoppolo can prove he belongs with the big boys and follow the lead of those immortal San Francisco QBs. 2. Kirk Cousins, Vikings This is Year 2 of that infamous three-year, $84 million contract, and Cousins has yet to win the NFC North or a playoff game — which Case Keenum accomplished in 2017. The Vikings are stuck on the road as eight-point underdogs against the Saints — the largest spread of wild-card weekend. Cousins does not have to lead Minnesota to the Super Bowl. But if the Vikings get blown out here, the same old questions are coming in the final year of his deal. 3. Carson Wentz, Eagles Wentz is making his first playoff start, and this comes in the shadow of the last two playoff runs with Nick Foles. Of the 12 quarterbacks in the playoffs, Wentz was the highest draft pick at No. 2. He’s 32-24 as a starter, but the results have been up and down this season. A victory against the playoff-seasoned Seahawks would keep the boo birds off Wentz’s back, but at 27 years old it’s time to make that happen. All 12 of the quarterbacks in the 2020 NFL playoffs have something to prove. Whether it’s a six-time Super Bowl winner like 42-year-old Tom Brady, an electrifying probable first-time MVP in 22-year-old Lamar Jackson or any of the quarterbacks in between, a championship would silence the critics. Seven of the quarterbacks in this year’s playoff field have yet to win a playoff game. Here are those quarterbacks, sorted by age from youngest to oldest:QBsAGEMVPPLAYOFFSSUPER BOWLLamar Jackson2200-10-0Josh Allen2300-00-0Deshaun Watson2400-10-0Patrick Mahomes2411-10-0Carson Wentz2700-00-0Jimmy Garoppolo2800-00-0Kirk Cousins3100-10-0Ryan Tannehill3100-00-0Russell Wilson3108-51-1Aaron Rodgers3629-71-0Drew Brees4008-71-0Tom Brady42330-106-3Knowing that, Sporting News ranked the 12 playoff quarterbacks by those with the most to prove against those who have less on the line in these playoffs. NFL POWER RANKINGSEvery playoff team’s real chances to win Super Bowl 54 (Credit: Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/7c/bc/russell-wilson-getty-ftr-110319_kyalf3ltes413htqeef9n4nz.jpg?t=869938310&w=500&quality=80 10. Russell Wilson, Seahawks Wilson is in the first year of a four-year, $140 million deal, and now he’s tasked with leading another Super Bowl run. It won’t be easy out of the wild-card slot, and a win against Philadelphia would set up a rubber-match with the 49ers. Seattle has not advanced to the NFC championship game since the 2014-15 Super Bowl run that ended at the goal line against New England. Can Wilson get another shot with the return of Marshawn Lynch? 11. Drew Brees, Saints Brees’ contact is up at the end of the season, and he will turn 41 during the playoffs. He’s 8-7 all time in the postseason, and the Saints have endured back-to-back heart-breaking playoff losses the last two seasons. Brees has so many NFL records, but keep in mind he was a snub on the NFL 100 team. Another Super Bowl run out of the wild-card slot would prove that list wrong and perhaps keep Brees in New Orleans for another year or two. 12. Tom Brady, Patriots Brady has nothing left to prove in New England. He’s 30-10 all time in the postseason — an absurd stat no matter how many times you look at it. The six-time Super Bowl winner also will see his contract end at the end of the season, and it’s not unfathomable he ends up somewhere else if the Patriots decide to move on. New England lost three of its last five games and did not beat any of the other AFC division winners in the regular season. Can Brady pull off a run outside of the comforts of Gillette Stadium?