Jack Chandler (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Jack Chandler (open) Jack Chandler (close) Name: Jack Chandler Age: 25 Height: 6'3" Weight: 209 lbs Appearance: (kinda looks like Alex Smith) Position: Quarterback Team: New England Patriots Tenure: 3rd year (Selected in the 2nd round of the NFL Draft 2012) Alma Mater: Louisiana State University Hometown: Chico, California Awards: 1x SEC OPOY 4x Weekly MVP 1x SEC Championship Heisman Trophy Finalist 3x CIF Championship 1x CCS PoTY Julia Lee (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Julia Lee (open) Julia Lee (close) Name: Julia Lee Age: 20 Birthday: August 27th Race: Korean-American Height: 5'0'' Weight: 107lbs Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA University: USC Past: Joined the NFL at age 18, the youngest professional cheerleader in the league. But her passions aren't so limited. Raised in a family of laughter and fun, she was always encouraged to follow her dreams--except where football was concerned. Being a girl, she could only cheer and watch from the sidelines and hope that one day she would get a shot at having an influence in the game. Personality: Light, bubbly and cheery, though she is fierce when angry and knows how to inspire players. Degree: BA in Sports Med and Psychology "After a devastating injury to quarterback Tom Brady in Week 4 of the preseason; Bill Belichick has named third year quarterback Jack Chandler as starting quarterback for the the Patriots in their against the Buffalo Bills on September 13th at Gillette Stadium. Now tell me, Matt, what do you think will happen with the Patriots?" "Well, we haven't really seen Chandler in action at all. But his performances in LSU will give fans of the Patriots hope, as this guy lead his team to an SEC Championship his Senior year! Problem is, this is the NFL now, and he hasn't really played that many snaps! This isn't really something you can predict, Tom!" ------- Gillette Stadium Foxborough, MA Game Day September 13th, 2015 Jack and the rest of the New England Patriots stood in the hallway leading out to the field to greet their many fans and get out to play some football. This was Jack's first game as a starter in the NFL regular season, and quite frankly he was a bit nervous, as this was a much larger crowd than he had ever faced. He stood near his fellow teammates, WR Julian Edelman and TE Rob Gronkowski. This was right after their pre-game huddle, where one of the defensive linemen pumped up the team by shouting words of inspiration and words that brought on feelings of aggression. Soon enough, came their cue to charge out onto the field and play in their first game of the 2015-2016 NFL season. Jack couldn't help but to smile as he felt the energy of the crowd directly on the field. Very few things could match feelings like this. As the crowd roared on - eventually the stampede of football players dispersed for the opening kick off. The captains of the team this year, which were TE Rob Gronkowski (replacing Tom Brady), OL Dan Connolly, DT Vince Wilfork, LB Jerod Mayo, FS/CB Devin McCourty, and ST/WR Matthew Slater all stood in the center against Buffalo's captains, where Buffalo picked tails. The coin flipped heads, and New England unanimously decided elected to receive the ball in the first half. A few moments later or so, Buffalo's kicking team was set to kick off. It was Buffalo's kicking team standing in front of New England's receiving team, with WR Danny Amendola set back to return. Buffalo's kicker, Dan Carpenter ran towards the football, before kicking it down the field. Amendola tracked the ball, anticipating where it was going to land. He eventually went back into the endzone, where he caught it and kneeled for a touchback, and an instant 20 yards. The crowd roared as the offense came on the field. With the offense came Jack, who was jogging onto the field. As he was jogging, he heard the coach call the play. As the coach concluded the play-call, he repeated it to his team in the huddle, where they knew exactly how to run it. The offense was a well oiled machine with Tom Brady, however he just hoped he could replicate the same thing with these people. The offense came out in the singleback formation, with only the running back behind him. He saw how the defense came out in a 3-4 formation, but there were linebackers ready to blitz and overwhelm the offensive line. He then stepped up to the center and told the offensive line, "Easy, easy, easy!" This ordered them to pinch in and protect the insides of the offensive line as Jack tried to find an open receiver. He squatted down, putting his hands underneath his center and yelled "Blue 80! Set, hut!" The center snapped the ball to him, watching as his receivers ran their routes. Unfortunately, the pocket had collapsed underneath the defense's pressure and Jack pretty much had to scramble. He rolled out to the left, dodging a DT trying to sack him. He looked for any open receiver but he couldn't see any, the pressure was a lot. He rolled back to try to get a better view but was forced to juke and dodge another defensive lineman instead. Ultimately, he was forced to run forwards and try to get some yards. It was something he was known for in his college days, and it felt natural to him as he was maneuvering through any open pocket. He saw a hole and ran through it, before he saw a linebacker coming towards him and sliding to avoid a big hit. He gained 4 yards as a result of the play. It was 2nd and 6 now on New England's 24. The offensive coordinator called another play, this time something that wouldn't fail as fast. They came out in the pistol formation, where Jack spied the defense in front of him. He went up to his offensive line, pointing at number 50 on the defense. "Fifty mike! Fifty mike! Ohio, ohio!" He yelled, before stepping back to his original position. "Blue 80...." He said, watching his receiver in motion, "Ready set hut!" He yelled, snapping the ball and dropping back a few yards. He saw that Julian Edelman had already hit the diagonal on his post route towards the middle, and threw the football like a bullet towards him. It was an easy completion, and Edelman got away for another 27 yards before getting tackled by a free safety. It was a gain of 32 yards, and now they were on Buffalo's 46. The head coach fed them another play, and like clockwork he ran it. Coming out in the shotgun, he made his pre-snap adjustments before having the ball snapped. He eyed Rob Gronkowski running a streak, realizing he was beating his coverage. He lobbed the ball towards him, going quite a distance at a rather slow speed so that he could gain quite the bit of yardage. He completed the pass somehow, and Big Gronk went at it for another 5 before being dragged down by both safeties. It was a 27 yard gain, and now they were on the 19 yard line. The offensive coordinator called the play this time, recognizing the coverage and calling a play that would get them quite the bit of yardage to get a touchdown. Singleback again, seeing as this was a Cover 3 he made Rob Gronkowski deviate from his original route and audibled it to a dig route, knowing that he could beat the coverage underneath. The ball was snapped, and another pass to Gronk was completed, gaining only five yards however as he was immediately brought down. Another play was called, and like clockwork Jack completed the pass to Brandon LaFell for only a four yard gain. 3rd and 1, this could either be a scoring play, or just a play that ended up in a field goal. Jack didn't really like leaving it to the kicker, but the play next was a different one. Once again, singleback, and as the ball was snapped he handed it off to the halfback who pounded through his hole in the offensive line and converted for a first down. First and goal on Buffalo's 9 yard line. This was it, touchdown town. The offensive coordinator called a play that Jack didn't really agree with, and decided to go with another play. He audibled the entire play into a Slants route, and made his offensive line be aggressive to hold off the defensive line. The ball was snapped, and immediately Edelman and LaFell were running in the endzone, just waiting for the ball to be thrown to them. He found a hole in the coverage in which Edelman was free, and exploited it, throwing yet another bullet into a rather risky area. It was completed - for a touchdown. The entire stadium roared as they realized their new quarterback lead to a rather quick and smooth drive for a touchdown. The team was busy congratulating Edelman on his reception while Jack smiled and walked off to the sideline. "Touchdown baby!" He said, holding up his index fingers in the air as he celebrated.