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Jets plan of action for upcoming Green Bay Packers

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The Jets plan to defeat the Packers Sunday should fundamentally be straightforward one. They’ll look to spread out Green Bay’s defense with their various wide receiver formations, allow Chris Johnson to play the role of percy harvin and ignite Chris Ivory between the tackles into a soft middle.

The Packers front is a disaster and played an embarrassing four quarters in the West last week. Their poor tackling, disappointing gap discipline and penalties galore together made for a humiliating loss to the Seahawks, which could give the Jets an idea on how to defeat them this weekend.

The best way to put the brakes on Aaron Rodgers passing game is not as clear cut as the Jets would like.  However, the Jets dominated the time of possession against oakland, controlling the ball for almost 35 minutes, but Rodgers, Nelson and Cobb will create an all too familiar problem for the Jets’ defense.

The backfield family of Ivory, Johnson and Powell can’t afford to be flagged six times again. Putting Johnson in the slot or out wide here and there could help Ivory discover a lighter box to exploit similar to Lynch last week. Lynch forced nine missed tackles on 20 rushes, but the Packers’ poor gap discipline was hard to watch.

Ivory is perfect to be the focal point for the game plan this weekend. He forced a total of six missed tackles on 10 carries and averaged 9.0 yards after contact per rush against the Raiders.

“You love just handing it to the big back and let him roll,” Rex Ryan said of the impact of a fresh Ivory against tired defenses late in games.

Last year’s Superbowl champs destroyed the Packers, it would be wise for the Jets to copy the guys with the rings.

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Posted by on September 24, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

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Top 4 Back Pain and Neck Relief Blogs

Top 4 Back Pain and Neck Relief Blogs

Rashad Trabulsi

Back pain and neck relief can be a constant annoyance for many people. I decided to put together a list of the top 4 blogs that address these pertinent issues.

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1. Spine-Health (Trusted Information for Back Pain Relief)

Spine-Health is a website that provides a wealth of information regarding back pain relief. They have hundreds and thousands of articles written/reviewed by doctors on back pain, neck pain, among other associated disorders. In addition, the website includes comprehensive spine videos, forums, profiles of doctors and an online service for customer questions. Above all, Spine-Health offers the most accurate, thorough and honest information you can trust. If you would like to find out more information, please visit their blog page: http://www.spine-health.com/blog

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2. Arc 4 Life (Alternative Back Pain Relief)

Arc 4 Life is a blog that gives you great advice for alternative methods of treatment for back and neck pain relief. The…

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Posted by on September 12, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

Bruce Heen: Accountant with Passion for Sports

Bruce Heen has led a very active lifestyle. He has worked hard to grow his career as a professional in the insurance industry, but he has also enjoyed being active one way or another with sports. Looking at Bruce Heen’s professional side, you see a man dedicated to his career. He has moved several times in his life to pursue a better position for himself and his family. He started off as a teacher in North Dakota before switching to accounting.
His first accounting position was in Wisconsin before he moved to Georgia in 1982. He held the position of Life Insurance Financial Reporting Manager for Union Security Insurance Company in 1985. After several promotions and switching companies, Bruce Heen took his most current position with Protective Life Insurance Company where he holds the title Vice President for the Life and Annuity Business Planning and Analysis Department.
But there is more to Bruce Heen than a focused businessman. He also enjoys sports and has been involved multiple ways throughout his life. In the 1970’s, Bruce Heen played Softball and was the coach of two different teams. He was Head Coach of Devils Lake, North Dakota American Legion Baseball Team and Assistant Varsity Hockey Coach.
In the early 1980’s, after moving to Georgia, Bruce Heen became a member of Knollwood Athletic and Social Association in Norcross, Georgia.  He was the Social Chairman for the Knollwood Athletic and Social Club in Atlanta, Georgia from 1986 to 1988. Bruce Heen also enjoyed then as he does today, watching professional sports. While living in Atlanta, he was a season ticket holder for the Atlanta Falcons.
Today, Bruce Heen is busy with his career but he still enjoys golfing when he finds the time. He also loves to travel. When he travels, he enjoys sport fishing. The biggest highlight of his sport fishing hobby was catching a 25 to 30 pound Northern Pike in Manitoba, Canada.

 
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Posted by on December 29, 2012 in Uncategorized

 

Bruce Heen’s Search for Desired Career Path

There are many people who go to college without really knowing what it is they desire to do in life. Sometimes the options seem so numerous it is hard to narrow it down. Other times the student has multiple interests without a dominant interest to provide them guidance. However, there are even people who pursue one career path before figuring out that their calling lies in another destination entirely.

This can be said for the beginning of Bruce Heen’s own professional career. After graduating from Devils Lake High School in Devils Lake, North Dakota, Bruce Heen decided to go to school for education. He completed his education degree and even taught for five years in Devils Lake, North Dakota. However, Bruce Heen decided to return to school.

He returned to the University of North Dakota, which is where he went for his original degree. However, with his return, Bruce Heen decided to earn his degree in accounting, and he successfully completed his accounting degree in 1980. It was also in 1980 that Bruce Heen began his accounting career in Wisconsin with Sentry Life Insurance in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.

From his beginning at Sentry Life Insurance in 1980, Bruce Heen studied and passed the certified public accountant Sentry Life Insurance exam in 1982 for the State of Wisconsin. He then transferred to Atlanta, Georgia in 1982 as the Southeast Accounting Manager. The years following his move to Georgia, Bruce Heen moved to several other states to work several other positions.

At one point, he left work in the insurance industry to take a vice president position with the Texas Workers Compensation Company in Austin, Texas. He began work in Texas in 1996 but returned to the credit insurance accounting field in 1998 and continues his career in the insurance industry today with Protective Life Insurance Company as Vice President for the Life and Annuity Business Planning and Analysis department.

 

 
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Posted by on November 12, 2012 in Uncategorized

 

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Bruce Heen Received Education in North Dakota

Gone are the days of old, where people felt obligated to stay, start their families, and plan their career around the town or city of their birth. It is increasingly common for people to receive the education they seek, or job they want, away from home. This means that people may travel hundreds of miles away or even several states away from where they grew up. This is even true for Bruce Heen.

Bruce Heen grew up and received his education in North Dakota. In 1968, he graduated from Devils Lake High School in North Dakota before he started school at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, North Dakota. He graduated with his undergraduate degree in 1972 in education in the field of social studies and political science. However, it was only a matter of time that Bruce Heen found that it was not teaching that he wanted to spend the rest of his life doing.

Bruce Heen decided to return to school, but instead of further pursuing his teaching career, he decided to jump tracks. Bruce Heen returned to the University of North Dakota and started work on his accounting degree. He graduated from the University of North Dakota College of Business in 1980. It was after he earned his business degree in accounting that Bruce Heen would find his true career calling.

After receiving his formal education in North Dakota, Bruce Heen spent the rest of his life building his career related to business and insurance. His career path would lead him to change jobs several times and working into the position of vice president for several different companies in several states. His career, after earning his accounting degree, led him to work in Wisconsin, Georgia, Texas, and Alabama.

 

 
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Posted by on November 11, 2012 in Uncategorized

 

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