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  1. majesty95

    majesty95 Show class, have pride, and display character.

    Jun 5, 2012
    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. LLCoolGrey

    LLCoolGrey Walk On

    Oct 11, 2012
    Chargers get revenge from Superbowl loss, sending the Packers to 0-4​
    San Diego, CA - The Chargers looking to avenge their Superbowl loss, handed reeling Green Bay it's fourth loss of the season behind a gutty ground game performance by RB Ryan Mathews. Mathews ran through a depleted Green Bay LBing core who was without AJ Hawk. Rookie QB Danny Marterns had a steady showing throwing for three scores and hooking up with his favorite target fellow rookie WR Akia Green twice.

    The Chargers defense also picked off all world QB Aaron Rodgers 4 times, and sacked him 3 times.

    Final Score

    Chargers 31

    Packers 13

    QB Danny Martens: 15-26, 286 Yards, 3TDs, 1INT
    QB Aaron Rodgers: 12-25, 214 Yards, 1TD, 4INTs

    RB Ryan Mathews: 23 Rushes, 169 Yards, 2TDs

    WR Greg Jennings: 6 Catches, 113 Yards, 1TD
    WR Robert Meachem: 4 Catches, 82 Yards, 1TD
    WR Akia Green: 4 Catches, 96 Yards, 2TDs
    WR Braylon Edwards: 3 Catches, 40 Yards
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  3. maniac13

    maniac13 Walk On

    Jan 1, 2012
    Titans Top Falcons in OT Thriller

    The Titans went into Atlanta hungry for a victory, and had to dig deep to pull it out. They made the Falcons punt on the first possession and then drove for a Bironas FG which was the lone score in the first quarter. It took a quarter, but Matt Ryan finally got into rhythm. In the second quarter he methodically drove Atlanta down the field and ended the drive with a nice pass to Julio Jones for the score with 2:30 left in the half. Tennessee replied quickly with another Bironas FG with 58 seconds left. Then Atlanta showing how potent its offense moved down field for a Matt Bryant FG as time expired to go into half up 10-6.

    The second half started off just like the first half except in the Falcons favor. Atlanta picked off a Jake Locker throw and then drove down the field for a Matt Bryant FG to go up 13-6. Jake Locker responded by throwing a 70 yard TD pass to Nate Washington to even up the score as the Titans hit paydirt for the first time in the game. Not to be outdone Matty Ice hit Julio Jones for another score to put Atlanta back on top by 7, 20-13. Towards the end of the third, the Titans were in the redzone and Locker threw his second pick of the game in the endzone wasting a scoring opportunity. The fourth quarter started with Matt Ryan throwing a pick of his own and putting the Titans back in scoring position. Chris Johnson did the rest on TD scamper to even the game. Both teams missed FGs in the last minute of the quarter to send the game to OT 20-20.

    Tennessee received the ball to start OT and Chris Johnson showed that containing him is a tough task breaking off a 65 yard run to put the Titans in FG position. Coach Maniac didn't want to risk Locker throwing another pick so he ran the ball for three downs and Bironas put it in to put Tennessee on top 23-20. Atlanta got the ball and got a first down immediately, and put the pressure back on the Titans defense. The Titans held strong for 3 downs and on 4th down it looked like Ryan was going to live up to his nickname and hit White for a first down but the pass was batted away. Titans win 23-20.


    M. Ryan 21/36 280 yds 2 Tds, INT
    J. Locker 14/25 261 yds TD, 2 INTs

    M. Turner 20 att 52 yds
    C. Johnson 14 att 154 yds TD

    J. Jones 8 rec 117 yds 2 TDs
    R. White 6 rec 85 yds
    N. Washington 3 rec 97 yds TD
    L. Hawkins 5 rec 61 yds

    B. Grimes 7 tackles
    M. Griffin 6 Tackles
    S. Weatherspoon 2 INTs
    J. McCourty INT
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  4. YungLew15

    YungLew15 Walk On

    Aug 30, 2012
    5 Takeaways Lead Chiefs To 27-24 Victory Over Lions

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    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Chiefs defense finally decided to show up. Sort of. After forcing just one turnover in their first three games of the season, the Chiefs were able to pick off Matt Stafford 5 times on the way to a 27-24 win. This was the Chiefs second straight win after starting the season 0-2. This was the Lions first loss of the season.

    HB LaRod Stephens-Howling had another strong outing, filling in for the injured Jamaal Charles. Stephens-Howling rushed for 101 yards and 2 scores in his first start in nearly two years. The Chiefs will need Stephens-Howling to continue to perform as Charles will be out for at least 3 more weeks. After Matt Cassel's 5 turnover performance against the Packers, head coach Corey Lewers started Brady Quinn. Quinn turned the ball over just once, but was mostly ineffective in his start of the season. He finished the game 10 of 24 for 111 yards, 1 TD and 1 INT.

    Detroit came into this game averaging nearly 44 points per game. The Chiefs were somewhat able to contain this highpowered offense, due in large part to the 5 takeaways. Despite throwing 5 INTs, Matt Stafford still looked great at times, and finished the game with 343 yards and 3 TDs. The Lions had a chance to win the game, but Stafford's pass into the endzone was picked off by Stanford Routt to seal the win for the home team. Chiefs MLB Jovan Belcher stepped up big time. Belcher recorded 9 tackles, including a sack, and picked Stafford off twice.

    The Chiefs have a bye in Week 5, which can't come at a better time. Starting FS Kendrick Lewis broke his thumb and will be out for a month. Rookie FS Lamel Seawood will start in Lewis' place. The Lions will face the struggling Chicago Bears.
    Last edited: Dec 3, 2012
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  5. Crumbler81

    Crumbler81 Walk On

    Jul 5, 2012
    Cincinnati Shuts Out Jaguars 19 - 0
    Improve to 4-0
    To end their road trip, the Bengals took their top-ranked defense to Jacksonville and did not disappoint by holding the Jaguars to 180 total yards and forcing 4 turnovers. The Jaguars defense also played pretty solid, not allowing a TD and forcing the Bengals to settle for 4 FGs, but the offense was unable to figure out Cincinnati's defense. Jacksonville only trailed by 6 near the end of the 2nd when Bengals DE Robert Geathers scooped up a fumble by QB Blaine Gabbert and returned it 51 yards for a TD. In the 2nd Half, the Bengals' defense continued to smother the Jaguars and produced their 2nd straight shut out win.
    Next, Cincinnati finally gets their home opener against the Cleveland Browns.
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    QB Blaine Gabbert - 10/24, 115 YDS, 2 INT
    HB Maurice Jones-Drew - 10 ATT, 72 YDS, 1 REC, 9 YDS
    WR Rishard Matthews - 3 REC, 45 YDS
    QB Andy Dalton - 10/17, 114 YDS, INT
    HB Bull Griggs - 21 ATT, 88 YDS, 2 REC, 17 YDS
    TE Jermaine Gresham - 4 REC, 55 YDS
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  6. Ninersfan80

    Ninersfan80 Walk On

    Aug 27, 2012
    49ers Defense Leads the Way

    49ers- 27 vs. Eagles- 3

    The 49ers lead the day for the 49ers pretty much shutting down the Eagles offense all together. Donte Whitner had an INT for a TD in the 4th quarter. They also held Vick to only 73 yards passing and 7 yards rushing. The defense racked up 4 sacks and a FF.

    C. Kaepernick- 19/27, 209 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT
    F. Gore- 15 att, 58 yards
    V. Davis- 7 rec, 69 yards
    P. Haralson- 5 tackles, 4 TFL, 2 sacks

    M. Vick- 7/20, 73 yards, 0 TD, 1 INT
    D. Lewis- 11 att, 5 yards
    D. Jackson- 3 rec, 32 yards
  7. Glen Cieske

    Glen Cieske Walk On

    Jul 2, 2012
    Panthers Win, get to 500.

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    Cam Newton was again efficient in Carolina's rout of Tampa Bay.

    Cam Newton - 10/16 139 Yds 1 TD

    Cam Newton - 7 - 72 - 1
    DeAngelo Williams - 9 - 38
    Jon Stewart - 17 - 67
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  8. pitt4life21

    pitt4life21 RTJR!

    Jul 16, 2010
    Pats Escape Buffalo With A W
    Turnover overs played a huge role in the Pats picking up their fourth straight W. This game would start slow as the only score of the first quarter would come on a 22 yard FG by Gostkowski. In the second quarter, the Pats would find the end zone with a 5-yard pass over the middle to who else but Gronk to extend the lead to 10. The Bills would respond back on a 2-minute drill drive finished off with a pass from Hall to Shuman. The score at halftime was 10-7. On the first drive of the 2nd half, the Bills would fumble the ball and it would be recovered by the Pats at the Bills 30. New England would take advantage of the good field position, as Woodhead would score on a 2-yard run. The Bills would answer with a strong drive ending on a 13-yard TD pass from Shuman to Laanee. The score was tight at the end of the 3rd 17-14. In the fourth quarter, the Pats would put the game away as most of the experienced teams do. Brady would find Cribbs for a 15 yard TD. Then on the ensuing drive by the Bills Shuman would find McCourty for an INT and he would take it 44 yards for the TD. The Bills would manage to get one more TD pass but it was just too little too late.
    Final Score:
    [​IMG] 31
    [​IMG] 21
    Team Stats:
    Last edited: Dec 5, 2012
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  9. bigtubb_

    bigtubb_ Walk On

    Dec 10, 2009
    Ravens shutdown Steven Jackson win 2nd game in a Row
    Baltimore, MS - After a huge victory in Pittsburgh, the Ravens hoped to continue their ride to the top of the AFC North standings hosting the St. Louis Rams. However, Bradford, Jackson and the Rams were standing in the way like a deer staring at headlights. Luckily the young Raven's mashed their foot on the gas so to speak and allowed the Ravens offense to run the Rams off the field. Steven Jackson was held to just 34 yards on 17 carries and Bradford was only able to muster up one scoring drive. Baltimore won 31-10.

    The Ravens will travel to Oakland next.

    QB Flacco: 17-31, 271 Yards, 1TD, 2intss
    QB Bradford: 17-33 196 Yards, 1TD
    WR Jamal Bonner: 10 Catches, 167 Yards, 1TD
    HB Allen: 22 Car, 77 Yards 2TDs
    HB Jackson: 17 Car, 34 Yards
    CB Jenoris Jenkins: 4 tackles, 2int
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