Game Summaries S1 W15

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  1. majesty95

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    The winner of each game (or user if playing the CPU) must post a short game summary following their game. The summary must include the following:
    • Game Score
    • Key Team Stats
    • Key Individual Stats
    • Notes
    This can be as basic or as simply as you would like to make it. However, the more engaging the posts are, the more invested other users will be in this thread and the league in general. Its up to you how much effort you want to put into it.

    Here are some links to help out your summaries:
    Have fun!
     
  2. Cole Copeland

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    SAINTS CONTINUE THEIR WINNING WAYS
    Beat the Buccs in New Orleans 31-7
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    - The Saints defense came to play on Sunday, allowing only 146 yards of total offense while also putting up 286 on Tampa Bay
    - Jay Cutler was very efficient, going 9-12 for 114 yards and 2 TD
    - Matt Forte ran 26 times for 139 yards and a touchdown
    - Jimmy Graham was his normal great self catching 4 passes for 55 yards and 2 TD
    - Curtis Lofton led the defense with 6 tackles (1 for loss)
    - Next week, New Orleans travel to Dallas to face off against jeb4056 and the Cowboys
     
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  3. woodsmall

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    Lions shutdown Arizona's aerial attack, win 27 - 17
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    Lions give up 10 straight points to start the game, a 64 yd TD catch by All Pro Larry Fitzgerald on a curl route that he juked the socks off the Lions CB to score the first TD of the game ... Detroit didn't wake up until the second quarter at which point Titus Young broke a tackle to run 36 yds to paydirt, finally putting the Lions on the board ... with 1:35 left in the half, Detroit added a FG ... Arizona came out throwing the ball and we exchanged interceptions only to allow the Lions another chance to put points on the board before halftime ... The Detroit offense came through as Leshoure rushed 3 yds into the end zone ending the half at 17 to 10 ... The Lions would strike first in the second half as the Cardinal defense was shutting the Lions down in the red zone ... on 3rd down, Stafford threw a goal line fade to Calvin Johnson who went up over the Arizona defender to bring the ball down for another 7 points ... 24 to 10 at this point ... This is where it gets weird ... Arizona drove down the field and their offense stalled so they lined up for a FG on a 4th and 3 ... I ran a FG safe zone in anticipation of the fake and sure enough they ran it ... Stephen Tulloch stepped in front of the Cardinal receiver to get his second interception of the day however at the end of the play the Lions were called for holding and the ball was given back to 'Zona ... the interesting part is that the ball was placed on HIS 20 yd line, about 60 yds behind where he currently was at ... Arizona would drive the field and Skelton dropped a bomb to Malcolm Floyd who went up over two Detroit defenders to haul in the pass in the end zone (heck of a catch) ... Arizona would eventually get the ball back but the 5th interception thrown by Cardinal QBs ended the day and ultimately the game
    Hard fought game Crunk_Ness
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  4. YungLew15

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    Chiefs Win, Secure Home Field Throughout Playoffs
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    Player Of The Game
    Chiefs HB Jamaal Charles​
    12 carries for 108 yards, 1 TD, 2 catches for 15 yards​
    OAKLAND, Cali. -- Behind a balanced offensive game and aggressive defense, the Kansas City Chiefs were able to defeat the Oakland Raiders 31-21, completing the season sweep. The win secured home field advantage for the Chiefs for the AFC playoffs, and the 14 wins is the most in Chiefs regular season history. The Chiefs are just 2 games from just the third perfect regular season in NFL history.​
    Oakland was right in the game up until the fourth, when the Chiefs scored 18 straight to put the game out of reach. Despite the loss, Carson Palmer was impressive throwing for 3 TDS and completing 24 of his 28 passes. The problem for the Raiders was the lack of the running game and a few untimely sacks. Palmer was sacked four times total, including twice by Justin Houston. Houston now has 13 on the season.​
    Chiefs QB Matt Cassel was effective completing 18 of 22 passes, including 10 in a row at one point. On the Chiefs' first drive of the game, Cassel was picked off by Tyvon Branch. However, Cassel was strong after that and made no more mistakes. Helping the passing game was the two headed running attack of Jamaal Charles and Peyton Hillis, who combined for 151 yards and 2 TDs. Dwayne Bowe led the Chiefs in receiving with 78 yards, but did not score a TD, the first time in 9 games.​
    This was a big loss for the Raiders, who fall to 7-7, and are battling for a wildcard spot. They travel to North Carolina to take on the Panthers next week. The Chiefs will play their final home game of the season against rookie Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts.​
    The question for the Chiefs now is, do they sit their starters or go for perfection?​
     
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  5. majesty95

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    No more videos?
     
  6. Futuriistiics

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    Week 15:

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    Bills Sack Wilson 11 Times
    Defeat Seahawks, 38-3



    Well, this one wasn't close at all. In three wins over the past three weeks, we've seen pretty much the exact same thing from the Buffalo Bills: Overwhelming Defense. Don't know where these guys were hiding during the first 11 games of the season, but they're here now, and they mean to win out and end the season with a display of what the league can expect from them next year.

    As for this game, it was over before halftime, with the Bills jumping out to a 31-0 lead by the 2nd Quarter. By the 3rd Quarter the Bills were running the ball and taking their time each possession, but even that proved too much to handle for the Seahawks, as they allowed an 80 yard TD run by Fred Jackson on the Bill's first play of the 4th, prompting Coach Atkins to send in his 3rd string for the remainder of the game.

    The only noteworthy tidbit from the game, was Seattle's Russel Wilson's complete overestimation of just what caliber QB he is. He seemed to think he was some type of Michael Vick, Cam Newton, or RGIII, as he frequently attempted to take off out of the pocket, only to be slammed to the ground before he could pass the line of scrimmage by Buffalo's Mario Williams (5 sacks) and Marcell Dareus (3 sacks) among others. If he keeps that up, he's in for a serious injury some time soon.

    Key Stats of the Game:

    Buffalo:
    Passing: M. Sanchez - 107.0 QB Rating, 8/15 for 138 yards, 1 TD
    Rushing: F. Jackson - 16 Rushes, 187 yards, 11.7 avg, 2 TD, Longest Run - 80 yards
    Receiving: S. Johnson - 3 Recs, 63 yards / B. Johnson - 2 Recs, 13 yards, 1 TD
    Defense: M. Williams - 7 Tackles (5 TFL), 5 Sacks, 1 FF / S. Gilmore - 3 Tackles, 1 INT, 1 TD


    Seattle:
    Passing: R. Wilson - 23.0 QB Rating, 12/25 for 86 yards, 0 TD, 2 INT, 11 Sacks
    Rushing: M. Lynch - 6 Rushes, 15 yards, 2.5 avg / R. Wilson - 3 Rushes, 12 yards, 4.0 avg, 2 Fumbles
    Receiving: M. Lynch - 5 Recs, 23 yards / D. Baldwin - 4 Recs, 34 yards



    Buffalo’s Keys to Victory: Defense, run game, limit mistakes by the QB.

    Seattle’s Causes For Concern: Russel Wilson's apparent death wish should be at the top of Seattle's concern list. But then again, if their star RB wasn't getting anywhere, and the pass game was non-existent, what else was the rookie QB supposed to do?

    Player of the Game:DE Mario Williams.


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  7. YungLew15

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    I forgot to check the highlights before the game ends, and once it does you cant see the highlights. I'll prolly do them for my last two games.
     
  8. majesty95

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    So you record the games? What do you use? What about to edit?
     
  9. YungLew15

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    No I just use the EA Sports Highlight feature. It lets you save 10 plays per game, then you have to upload the ones you want to the EA website. Then I download them off of there and edit them into one movie using iMovie.
     
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    49ers- 24 vs. Patroits- 17

    Game wasn't as close as it seems. Patroits scored all their points in the 4th quarter and had almost half of their yards coming off screen passes. 49ers pretty much dominated the game.

    Stats-
    C. Kaepernick- 12-23, 124 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT
    F. Gore- 24 att, 119 yards, 4.9 avg
    L. James- 5 rec, 40 yards, 2 TD
    D. Goldson- 4 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 INT

    T. Brady- 18-27, 233 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT
    S. Ridley- 15 att, 26 yards, 1.7 avg
    R. Gronkowski- 3 rec, 68 yards
     
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    Vikings 27, Rams 14
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    ST. LOUIS, Missouri --- The Vikings appear to have rebounded well from their loss to the Packers two weeks ago. Minnesota beat the Rams 27-14 on Sunday and have now won two in a row since the loss to the Packers. They have also won eight of their last nine overall.​
    Christian Ponder continued to show signs of improvement leading the offense with 249 yards passing and two touchdowns. Percy Harvin was the recipient of four of those passes for 107 yards and a score. Adrian Peterson chipped in 110 yards in the winning effort.​
    The Vikings started the scoring with a field goal on their first drive of the game. Neither team was able to score on their ensuing possessions before the Rams answered with a touchdown drive that culminated in a 17-yard pass from Sam Bradford to Brandon Gibson for the go-ahead score. Minnesota responded quickly as Ponder found Harvin on a slant that turned into a 57 yard touchdown on the next possession. That opened the floodgates and the Vikings ended the half on a 17-0 run.​
    Minnesota started off with the ball in the second half and appeared to be mounting yet another scoring drive. A Peterson fumble near the St. Louis 40-yard line ended that drive but St. Louis was unable to capitalize. Rookie Blair Walsh added his second field goal later in the quarter and the Rams responded with a touchdown as the quarter came to a close to end the scoring. Neither team was able to mount a scoring drive in the final frame.​
    The win sets up and interesting match-up for the Vikings with the AFC North leading Houston Texans next week. Houston has already clinched their division and a playoff spot but is battling with the Jets for the last of two first round byes in the opening round of the playoffs. The Vikings, meanwhile, drew within a game of the division leading Packers and have a potential division deciding game with them in Week 17. They are also trying to cling to a wild card berth should they not win the division.​
     
  12. jeb4056

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    Cowboys overcome early 14 point deficit, win 31-28
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    Passing:
    Romo: 21-35 360 yds, 3 TD, 1 Int
    Roethlisberger: 17-31 159 yds, 2 TD, 1 Int

    Rushing:
    Jones: 2 – (-)1, 2 fumbles lost
    Tanner: 16-68
    Mendenhall: 17-33

    Receiving:
    Bryant 9-103 2 TD
    Wittin 3-83
    Austin 3-87

    Wallace 4-31 1 TD
    Brown 5-45 1 TD

    Romo had a season high 360 passing yards and threw 3 touchdown passes, but the big news coming out of the game was the benching of F. Jones, who was filling in for the injured D. Murray. On Jones’ first carry he was hit and fumbled inside the Dallas 20 yard line. The Steelers converted that turnover into 7 points. Then on the next Dallas possession, Jones’ 2nd carry of the game he was hit at the line and fumbled again, and again the Steelers recovered and their offense punched it in for another TD and an early 14-0 lead. Jones was then benched in favor of P. Tanner for the remainder of the game, except for on some third down plays. We’ll monitor this situation during the week and see if Tanner takes over as the starter this week versus the Saints or if the Cowboys decide to stick with Jones.

    The Steeler Defense sacked Romo 5 times, forced three fumbles and had a pick six, but it wasn’t enough to get the win. Mendenhall only had 33 yards on 17 carries and Big Ben was only mildly efficient, throwing for 159 yards and 2 TD’s. The offense was stagnant for most of the game. They only had ONE real drive that ended in points. The first two touchdowns were started inside the Dallas 20 after causing F. Jones fumbles; the third TD was a pick six that put them up 21-7, but they allowed Dallas to fight back because they never delivered that knockout punch to put them out of the game.


    Game notes:
    Romo - Season high 360 passing yards
    D. Bryant – career high streak of seven straight games with a TD reception
    D. Coale – First Career reception
    P. Tanner – First career TD reception

    Next up: Saints
     
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    If its against the CPU you always need to type one up.
     
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    I'm pretty sure I posted one to that got liked.
     
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    Kinda weird, I think I like yours too. Is there anyway to look at what we have posted?
     
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    I can't find it, I will do now.
     
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    Week #15

    Jaguars 16

    Dolphins 24

    Big win for the Dolphins!!
    QB R.Tannehill 18/30 for 323 yds, 3 td's, 1 int 116.3 rating
    WR D.Bess 6 rec. 85 yds. 1 td
    WR B.Hartline 5 rec. 65
    RB R.Bush 1 rec. 65
    FS C.Clemons 5 tak, 2 int's
    FS G.IIoka 1 int (rookie from BSU)
    MLB K.Dansby 6 tak, 1 TFL, 1 int


    Jaguars:

    QB B.Gabbert 12/39 for 166 yds. o td's, 5 int's, 5.8 rating
    RB M.Jones-Drew 13 atts for 62 yds.
    WR J.Blackmon 3 rec for 62 yds.
    DT T.Alualu 4 tak, 3 TFL, 1 sack

    This was a tough defensive battle, both teams played hard. The Miami's defense came up big with 4 ints. Miami is now 8-6 looking to sneak into the playoffs.
     
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    Titans 40 Jets 14
    The Titans defense forced Tim Tebow to throw 4 interceptions on way to a route of the Jets. It was 10-7 after the first but then the Titans scored 16 unanswered points to ensure they would be the victorious team on the day. Jake Locker threw for 3 TDs one to each of his young receivers Kenny Britt, Kendall Wright and Nate Washington. Chris Johnson once again topped the 100 yard mark under Coach Maniac going for 105 yards and 2 TDs on 19 carries. Johnson is appreciating the love he has gotten from Coach Maniac, as the Titans are now giving him the rock more.
    Passing:
    J. Locker 16/21 265 yds 3 TDs
    T. Tebow 16/29 217 yds 1 TD, 4 INT
    Rushing:
    C. Johnson 19 att 105 yds 2 TDs
    T. Tebow 3 att 31 yds
    J. Ringer 9 att 29 yds
    S. Greene 13 att 9 yds
    Receiving:
    J. Cook Jr. 6 rec 53 yds
    C. Gates 4 rec 109 yds 1 TD
    N. Washington 3 rec 65 yds TD
    S. Hill 3 rec 60 yds
    K. Wright 3 rec 81 yds TD
     
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