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Divisonal Round

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  1. gt86

    gt86 Walk On

    Jul 24, 2009
    Divisonal Round

    The Cowboys would host the Bears in the Divisonal round of the playoffs. The Bears would get on the board first with a 13 yd pass from QB Brink to Wr Hester. With nine seconds left in 1st qtr the Cowboys would answer with a 36 yd Td run by Rb Keller. Things would fall apart for the Bears after that as their Qb would turn the ball over 4 times in the game. The Cowboys would score 34 unanswered points in the 2nd qtr and 3rd qtr.

    In the 2nd qtr Romo would hit Ogletree for a 8 yd Td pass to give them a 14-7 lead. After that they would kick a Fg and return two interceptions for Td's and another Fg to end the first half with a 34-7 lead. In the 2nd half the Cowboys would come out with and score their last points on the kickoff. As Felix Jones would break free on the kick off and go 86 yds for the Td to extend the boys lead to 41-7. The Bears would add a touchdown on the ensuing drive to make the score closer 41-13 after a failed 2 point conversion. That would be the last of scoring in the game as the Cowboys ran the ball and played defense as the Bears were forced to pass the ball manily.

    Cowboys win 41-13

    GG Scar Madden gave you no love in this game.

    See ya next season or next version what ever comes first.
  2. savaunte

    savaunte Oakland Raiders

    Aug 29, 2009
    Raiders traveled to Baltimore to take on coach Mags and his 15-1 Ravens. Things didnt look good for the Raiders early. On the very first play from scrimmage RB Rice took the handoff bounced to the edge and ran for a 61 yard gain. Unfortunatly for the Ravens on the very next play the Ravens RB fumbled the ball and the Raiders recovered. Raiders would go 3-n-out and give the ball back to the Ravens. Flacco took control of his team and marched them down the field. On 3rd and goal from the 5 yd line, Flacco embarresed the Raiders and ran it in himself for the score. Down 7-0 the Raiders started the next drive determined to get some first downs and get into scoring range. With the drive stahlling the Raiders were forced to take the FG attempt, Jano nailed the 30 yarder and the Raiders were on the board.

    With both teams forcing the other to punt the Raiders were the first to score in the 2nd quarter. Raiders RB D.McFadden found the endzone from 28 yards out on a beautifull blocked counter play to the left. Mcfadden broke a few tackles and scampered his way to the endzone. Now down 10-7, the Ravens were looking for more points before halftime. Flacco took command of his offense and moved them down the field. With only seconds to go and 3rd and goal Flacco avoided the rush moved to his left and fired a 15 yd TD to WR D.Williams to put the Ravens up 14-10 at the half.

    Raiders received the ball first in the 2nd half and didnt waste much time retaking the lead. Raiders came out with 2 WRs stacked to the left. Heyward-Bey ran a dig route and Schilens ran an up-n-out. Schilens got off the line good and got behind his defender, Russell threw it over the top to Schilens and watched as he out ran everyone to the endzone for a quick 69 yd TD strike. On the Ravens next possesion they were forced into a 3rd and short. Raiders thought for sure they would pound the ball up the gut so we brought all our guys in close. Ravens motioned the WR from right to left. All the Raider defenders swarmed into the line but Flacco was looking for his TE Heap out in the flats, but CB G.Parker was right there and picked off the pass and ran it back 33 yds for a defensive TD. Ravens couldnt get much going after that score and the Raiders added 1 more TD on a screen to Mcfadden who took it 51 yds to put away the Ravens.

    GG Mags

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