GAME SUMMARIES - S2 W5

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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.

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  2. LLCoolGrey

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    Chargers win third straight, Braylon Edwards hurt for the game​
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    Chargers win their 3rd straight, and an important division game behind a perfect effort of QB Danny Martens and RB Ryan Mathews. Martens would show that he is beyond his years, leading the Chargers on three scoring drives, finding Green and Gates for scores. RB Ryan Mathews ripped off big runs in the first half en route to a 20 carry, 142 yard effort and 2 scores. After a slow start to the season that was filled with nagging injuries, Mathews seems to have found good space between the tackles. WR Braylon Edwards was hurt in the first quarter and was unable to return.​
    The Chargers will rest up next week and are on a bye but return to face the Broncos again.​
    Final Score​
    Chargers - 34​
    Broncos - 20​
    QB Danny Martens: 21-32, 319 Yards, 2 TDs​
    QB Peyton Manning: 18-35, 259 Yards, 2TDs, 1Int​
    RB Ryan Mathews: 20 Carries, 142 Yards, 2TDs, 1Fumble​
    RB Arian Foster: 5 Carries, 15 Yards​
    WR Akia Green: 8 Catches, 93 Yards, 1TD​
    TE Antonio Gates: 5 Catches, 99 Yards, 1TD​
    WR Torrey Smith: 4 Catches, 103 Yards, 1TD​
    WR Kevin Walters: 4 Catches, 73 Yards​
    WR Robert Meachem: 3 Catches, 56 Yards​
    *Broncos sacked Martens 6 Times​
    *FS Eric Weddle had 1Int​
     
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  3. maniac13

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    Titans Dominate Buccaneers 26-3

    Coach Maniac was pleased with his team's all around performance today. After the first quarter the game was never in question for the Titans who improve to 4-1 on the season. Kamerion Wimbley sacked Josh Freeman in the endzone for a safety for the first points of the game with 5 seconds left in the first quarter and the Titans never looked back. Jake Locker had his best game of the season throwing for 3 scores, though a lot of his passing yards came after the catch as Lavelle Hawkins and Nate Washington know what to do once the ball gets in their hands. Chris Johnson once again broke the century mark, and Chris Ivory got more carries than he has had all year as the Titans look to integrate him into their offense more and more each week.

    The most impressive stats of this game come from the Titans defense who didn't allow a third down conversion for the Bucs all game, and sacked Josh Freeman 8 times 4 coming from Wimbley alone. The Titans didn't force any turnovers though they had 3 forced fumbles on the day. "It was a great team win and I thought everyone played well. Keith Malone and Dominique Hubert will continue to play more each week and Malone recorded his first career sack today. CJ Broke the 100 yard barrier again, which is what we want to do. The better we establish the run the less pressure on Jake" said Coach Maniac. The Titans look forward to playing their division rival the Houston Texans next Sunday night.

     
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    Ravens win 3rd game in a Row: Defense plays inspired with the return of FS Arik Casher
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    Oakland, CA - 10th overall pick in the 2014 draft, Arik Casher, who had been injured since the preseason, returned this week for the Ravens match-up versus the Raiders. Casher inspired his teammates and allowed the defense to play more aggressively. The attacking style 3-4 helped the Ravens force three crucial turnovers in Raiders territory. The team looked like the Raiders of old. The Raven defense forced an interception and two fumbles inside the Raiders 15 yard line. The Ravens 31 point explosion in the 2nd quarter, 17 points off turnovers, was the most points scored in any game all last year.

    The Ravens battle the 49ers next.

    QB Flacco: 20-33, 397 Yards, 4TD, 1int
    QB Palmer: 11-24 227 Yards, 2TD, 1 int, fum
    WR Jamal Bonner: 9 Catches, 215 Yards, 3TD
    TE Charles Clay: 8 catches 134 TD
    HB Allen: 13Car, 47 Yards
    HB Mcfadden: 15 Car, 109 Yards TF
    SS Christian Thompson: 7 tackles, FF
     
  5. MiaFLSurf

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    Falcons almost give game away, but hold on for a close victory-

    The Atlanta Falcons moved to 3-2 with a close, hard fought victory vs the Redskins. The first half was a dominant performance by Atlanta, especially by the defense, but the offense had trouble getting into the endzone, instead settling for three field goals in their four red zone possessions. The lone touchdown of the first half was Matt Ryan finding Julio Jones who continued his dominance and nose for the end zone. The Flacons held the Skin to just 2 points and lead 16-3 at the half.

    The second half was a different story. While the Falcons drove on their first drive for a touchdown and took the lead 23-3, they almost gave the game away. Jacquiz Rodgers ran for a 4 yard score to make it 23-3. He was playing because, once again, Michael Turner failed to perform. The fourth quarter onslaught was lead by Robert Griffin III. By both his arm and his legs. The Skins scored back to back TDs, one on a long bomb to Santana Moss that was perfectly thrown, the other on a 11 yard scramble by Griffin.

    The Falcons were up 23-17 still, and tried to run out the clock, but once again failed to run successfully. The Redskins drove down to the Falcons 30 yard line, but ended up missing on 3 hail marys to end the game.

    Matt Ryan: 19/30 1 TD, 0 INTs
    Michael Turner: 27 rushes, 65 yards (PUKE)
    Jacquiz Rodgers: 1 rush, 4 yards, 1 TD
    Julio Jones: 7 catches, 91 yards, 1 TD
    Roddy White: 5 catches, 83 yards
    Marcus Rigsby: 3 catches, 29 yards
    Adrian Jackson: 2 catches, 26 yards
    Sacks by: Jordan Babineaux, Kroy Biermann, Corey Peters

    RG III: 13/30, 173, 1 TD passing, 4 rushes, 34 yards, 1 rushing TD

    I dont know why, but I just suck vs the CPU - lucky to get this win
     
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    Colts Dismantled In Buffalo
    Bills win 42-9


    In an interview last week, Coach Atkins of the Bills was quoted as saying he expected to win by "at least two touchdowns" versus the Colts, but even he seemed surprised at how much his team out-performed expectation.

    The rout started early for the Bills, who took a 14 point lead at the end of the first quarter and a 25 point lead by halftime. The Colts had opportunities to score, and made it within 10 yards of the end-zone 3 times during the game, but each time was held to a field goal. Their unbalanced offense and inability to convert on 3rd down was their downfall.

    Throughout the game, Andrew Luck (27/36 for 304 yards, 1 INT) would hit his receivers and seemingly begin moving the ball down field, but would end up stalling out on a 3rd down and be forced to punt or kick a field goal. They didn't convert a 3rd down until late in the 4th Quarter. Luck received no help from his ground game, as HB Ray Rice gained 0 yards on 10 carries and was a non-factor all day.

    One man on the Colts who definitely earned his game check was WR Reggie Wayne, who caught anything thrown to him and finished with 7 receptions for 118 yards. With the way he was playing, Luck could have dropped back and threw him the ball every play, and the Bills likely wouldn't have been able to stop him.

    For the Bills, it was their rookies who starred. QB Johnathan Shuman, HB Khalek Hall, and WR Sean Oduh, each had impressive games and were instrumental in the Bills offensive onslaught. If the Bills are to compete against NE next week (NE won previously 31-21 in week 4), those three are going to have to repeat this week's performance.



    Key Stats of the Game:

    Buffalo:
    Passing: J. Shuman - 141.9 QB Rating, 17/25 for 262 yards, 3 Passing TDs, 1 Rushing TD
    Rushing: K. Hall - 22 Rushes, 113 yards, 2 TDs
    Receiving: S. Oduh - 4 Recs, 74 yards, 1 TD / L. Naanee - 3 Recs, 81 yards, 1 TD
    Defense: K. Williams - 4 Tackles (4 TFL), 2 Sacks / S. Gilmore - 4 Tackles, 1 INT

    Indianapolis:
    Passing: A. Luck - 88.1 QB Rating, 27/36 for 304 yards, 1 INT
    Rushing: R. Rice - 10 Rushes, 0 yards,
    Receiving: R. Wayne - 7 Recs, 118 yards, / C. Fleener - 6 Recs, 58 yards
    Defense: R. Mathis - 4 Tackles, (2 TFL), 1 Sack


    Players of the Game: Johnathan Shuman / Reggie Wayne
     
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  8. woodsmall

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    Lions keep the Bears in it, pull out the win 31 to 24
    Stafford leads the first half juggernaut and then comes out throwing the game away ... 2 pick 6s allowed the Bears to keep this one close and Detroit almost hands the game to their division rivals! A game of two halves as the Bears were terrible in the tackling efforts in the first half which resulted in mucho YAC for one Calvin Johnson ... Brees couldn't hit the broad side of a barn and consistently missed Brandon Marshall ... in the second half, the Brees to Marshall connection would finally connect to keep drives going as the Bears mounted a rally that would eventually fall short
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    Passing
    Stafford 23/32 373 yds 2 tds 2 ints
    Brees 11/21 166 yds 1 td int
    Rushing
    Leshoure 28 for 99 with 2 tds
    Sproles 12 for 2
    Bush 3 for 6
    Receiving
    Evans 6 for 91
    C. Johnson 5 for 132 with 1 td
    Welker 5 for 40 with 1 td
    Pettigrew 4 for 54
    Marshall 4 for 52
    Jeffrey 2 for 61
     
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  9. majesty95

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    5-0 [​IMG] 27 - 9 [​IMG] 0-5​
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  10. Glen Cieske

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    nfl-carolina-right.png 27 SAINTS 12


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    The carolina panthers improve to 3-2 behind the legs of DeAngelo Williams. Williams broke 2 long runs, one on a read option and one after recieving the hand off from Jonathan Stewart out of the Wildcat. Steve Smith came up big on a 3rd and 4 taking a curl route, breaking a tackle and running in for the only touchdown on the day for Cam Newton.

    Other Notable Stats:
    Carolina:
    Steve Smith - 7 - 91
    New Orleans:
    Colston - 3 - 65
    Lance Moore - 5 - 87
     
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    Cincinnati Shuts Out 3rd Straight Opponent
    Wins Home Opener Over Cleveland
    It's already Week 5 and Bengals fans finally got to see their undefeated team in action as Cincinnati makes it 12 quarters without allowing a single point with a 17-0 victory against the Browns in Round #1 of the Battle of Ohio. QB Andy Dalton was efficient going 13 of 16 for 165 yards and a TD, and rookie HB Bull Griggs had his second 100-yard rushing day but the defense stole the spotlight once again. The league's #1 ranked defense smothered the Browns all day while holding them to 46 total yards and forcing a turnover. With the win, the Bengals improve to 5-0 and maintain their lead in the AFC North.
    Next, Cincinnati hosts the NFC West leading Arizona Cardinals (3-1).
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    Bengals
    QB Andy Dalton - 13/16, 165 YDS, TD
    HB Bull Griggs - 26 RUSH, 106 YDS, 2 REC, 7 YDS
    TE Orson Charles - 2 REC, 52 YDS, TD
    Browns
    QB Jason Campbell - 6/17, 50 YDS, INT
    HB Trent Richardson - 10 RUSH, 1 YD
    WR Steve Smith - 3 REC, 36 YDS
     

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