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This uplifting striped canvas collar will make any pup feel fantastic!
Made from a durable canvas. These are reduced by a whopping 30% off the recommended retail price.
Please measure your dog’s neck before ordering
These fabulously bling retractable leads are for the most glam of pooches!
The lead is decorated with Swarovski crystals on both sides in the famous Union Jack shape!
These spectacular retractables come with a Puchi decorative presentation box with a gold silk lining as a final touch to an exquisite gift for your dog.
As featured in DIPLOMAT Magazine………
Among all players who have yet to score a touchdown this season, Pierre Garcon (1.0 OTD) ranks first in receptions (40) and Marquise Goodwin (3.1 OTD) ranks first in OTD. Despite all those catches, Garcon has yet to be targeted within 7 yards of the goal line this season. Goodwin has seen six end zone targets and four additional looks within 10 yards of the goal line.
The NBA’s reformed schedule, which starts a week earlier, totally eliminates the dreaded “four games in five nights” stretches. It ensures that marquee nationally-televised games don’t fall on back-to-backs. Last season, multiple high-profile showdowns were sabotaged by the strategic resting of star players. The new schedule framework should significantly reduce those major letdowns.
But Elliott will still play in Week 1 while the NFLPA awaits a ruling on its attempt to block a suspension. That won’t come until Friday:
Just got out of court and got phone back. Judge rules by 5 pm Friday on restraining order
Deshaun Watson, quarterback, Houston. The kid is amazing. In camp the Texans knew he’d likely take the QB reins at some point this year, but his performance in the past two games—47 of 67, six touchdown passes, with the Texans producing 90 points—is stunning.
Le’Veon Bell, running back, Pittsburgh. “I did?” That’s what Bell said when I told him had 35 carries (for 144 yards) in a 2016 Bell-like performance as the Steelers handled the Ravens 26-9. He’s on pace for 348 carries this year, and if you want to hear if he thinks he can handle that, listen to “The MMQB Podcast With Peter King” this week. I recorded Bell in the Steelers locker room Sunday afternoon.
“Sad to see the Joe go,” Kevin Larkin says, as a woman snaps a selfie with an octopus atop her head nearby. “A lot of great memories. But I knew where we were going. I like shiny and new.”
In that case, he came to the right spot. The concourse is filled with interior brick, natural light and garage-door entrances to restaurants, lending the ambiance of an outdoor plaza. A massive LED grid turns the rafters into an arena-sized Lite-Brite. The center-ice video screen briefly held the title of largest in the league at 5,100 square feet, at least until New Jersey’s Prudential Center and its behemoth board smashed that at more than 9,500. “The Joe, there was a lot of history,” defenseman Danny DeKeyser says. “But this is first-class everything.”
Breezed past New Jersey in the first round and seemed in control against the New York Islanders after a 6-3 victory in Game 5. The Islanders won at home to force a Game 7. Pittsburgh trailed by two late in the third but rallied to tie it on Tocchet’s goal with 1 minute left in regulation but David Volek buried a 2-on-1 5:16 into overtime to pull off one of the biggest upsets in playoff history.
Lemieux never made it back to a Stanley Cup final as a player. Then again, things could be worse. Crosby’s guided the franchise to three finals during Lemieux’s ownership.
The Lehigh Valley Phantoms goalie put the murderous clown Pennywise from “IT” on his mask, which also featured artist David Gunnarsson on a “missing” poster on the opposite side. This is awesome. The kind of mask that makes one gloat. If you have it, you’ll gloat too … you’ll gloat too … YOU’LL GLOAT TOO, YOU’LL GLOAT TOO, YOU’LL GLOAT TOOOOOOO!!!