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2011 Week 15: Jaguars @ Falcons

Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by G_T_G, Oct 1, 2011.

  1. G_T_G

    G_T_G BEAR DOWN

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    FALCONS WIN 17-10, CLINCH NFC SOUTH[​IMG]
    Head Coch Mike Smith is drenched with Gatorade in celebration.​

    ATLANTA -​

    Going into week 15, only one obstacle was left in front of the Falcons from winning an NFC South Championship - the Jacksonville Jaguars.​

    The game looked like it was going to be an easy win for Atlanta as they jumped to 10-0 in the first quarter. However, the Jags battled back and showed great sportsmanship. They scored on a huge pass play towards the end of the half to narrow the deficit to 3 points as they entered their locker rooms with score of 10-7.​

    The second half was even tighter as the Jags tied up the game on a late 3rd quarter FG. With about 1 minute to go in the 4th, Falcons CB Dunta Robinson picked off a David Garrad pass and brought it back all the way to the 3 yard line. The Falcons eventually scored on a Michael Turner TD run and was able to hold on to the 17-10 victory.​

     
  2. Diddy81

    Diddy81 Walk On

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    Cardinals survive in the Desert

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    27-21

    The Arizona Cardinals crawl back to .500 with a tough win vs the Cleveland Browns. Kevin Kolb connected with Larry Fitzgerald for a TD. He also connected with a Cleveland defensive back TJ Ward (??) for a pick 6 to give the Browns the lead before half. However, the story of the game was the offensive lines ability to give Beanie Wells space as he rumbled for 2 TD's and over 100 yards rushing. The defense had strong efforts from Joey Porter and a near pick 6 by Stewart Bradley to hold the Browns at bay.

    GG ryty32
     
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