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The Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) approved a temporary price adjustment for key package products for the 2022 peak holiday season which are applicable to APO/FPO/DPO shipments. This temporary rate adjustment is similar to ones in past years that help cover extra handling costs to ensure a successful peak season. The temporary rates will go into effect at 12 a.m. Central on Oct. 2 and remain in place until 12 a.m. Central on Jan. 22, 2023.




This Is Us Season 5 Complete Pack



At 3-5 away from Gillette this season, these Patriots fall into a category they aren't terribly familiar with. To start, the Patriots haven't lost back-to-back December games in 16 years. The 2000 and 2009 teams also had losing records away from home, with the 2000 team (Bill Belichicks' first season, pre-TB12) finishing 5-11 overall, 2-6 away. The 2009 team reached the postseason at 10-6 (2-6 on the road) but lost in the Wild Card round of the postseason, at home, to Baltimore.


New England will finish this regular season with fewer than 12 wins for the first time since '09, which is also the last time the Patriots played in the Wild Card round. These numbers are, unquestionably, amazing.


They played hard but couldn't respond. And made countless mistakes along the way. Their backs haven't been "to the wall," while the Steelers played with the kind of energy and effort needed to extend their season. Sounds like this could simply be uncharted territory for a ship that is used to sailing in calmer seas.


As far as seedings and byes and wild cards go, too much can still happen over the final two weeks of the regular season. The Patriots, uncharacteristically, need help in accomplishing some of this. But as grim as things may appear, the picture gains focus with a Dolphins' loss, or a Houston loss at Philadelphia Sunday, too.


Tamara Brown sits down with recently signed tight end Mike Gesicki to discuss his previous connection to Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien and what he's looking forward to about this upcoming season as a Patriot.


16-1: These odds seem just about right for the Saints. They were close enough to sniff the Super Bowl this season, despite finishing with 10 projected starters on injured reserve. And they should only get better. Read more from Mike Triplett.


30-1: It was a tough call between "middle of the pack" and "should contend," but it's hard to declare the Niners full-fledged contenders yet. They closed last season 5-0 with quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo taking the league by storm and changing the perception of the franchise. But those wins don't mean much heading into 2018. Read more from Nick Wagoner.


80-1: It might be a surprising classification for a team that made the playoffs in 2017 and seemed to be on the upswing, but this has been the theme of general manager Brandon Beane's public comments since the season ended. "We have a long way to go," Beane said in early January. Read more from Mike Rodak.


80-1: After reaching the playoff in Adam Gase's first season as coach in 2016, the Dolphins took a step back this season. Their success or failure in 2018 will depend on their ability to shore up the quarterback position. Read more.


60-1: If this was 2016 when the Bucs finished 9-7, they'd be "middle of the pack" and in contention for a playoff spot. But the Bucs' nonexistent pass rush, secondary struggles, lack of a ground game and difficulties in the red zone in 2017 suggest that they really have their work cut out for them in 2018. Read more from Jenna Laine.


100-1: The case can be made that between all their draft capital and an estimated $110 million in salary cap, the Browns should finally wrangle their way out of the bottom tier. Except the judgment is for this season, and no matter how well the Browns draft in April, it won't result in a Super Bowl. Read more from Pat McManamon.


This moment in our culture can feel fraught. From 'fake news' to the opioid crisis, there's a lot of uncertainty about the future. So this season, Invisibilia helps you cure your pain, discern truth from fiction, friend from foe, and find your true love with conviction. It's your very own Emotional Survival Guide, featuring stories about brave people fighting at the extremes: a weatherman battling a deadly tornado, teenagers dying of Facebook posts, a woman conducting a bizarre dating experiment and a man who cuts off his finger and feels.... nothing. We can't make life easier, but we can help it make more sense! 041b061a72


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