Player of the Week: Week 2

Discussion in 'TMFL' started by NeuroticTruth, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. NeuroticTruth

    NeuroticTruth dont know , dont care

    Nov 30, 2011
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    Offensive Player of the Week
    HB Marshawn Lynch
    14 Car, 191 Yards, 3 TDs​
    In week two, we found two NFC West teams both trying for the first victory and a small opening in the door to the top of the division. Getting an early lead in any game is important and no man was more important to securing said lead then HB Marshawn Lynch. Lynch head two spectacular touchdown runs of 80 and 65 yards on Seattle's first two possessions to put them up early 14-0. The early momentum would propel them to a big victory (their first). The Seahawks will look to keep their momentum rolling as they take on the Bengals next week.​
    Defensive Player of the Week
    CB Kenan Morgan
    2 TCK, 3 INTs, 2 TDs​
    After knocking off the Bucs in week one, the Lions were looking to continue their NFC South dominance, and dominate they did. 7 interceptions and 4 defensive touchdowns later, the Lions would ride home the victors. Kenan Morgan opening up the scoring midway through the 1st quarter as he would take an arrant Matt Ryan Pass 30 yards to the house. Morgan again would strike to open up the 2nd half taking a 2nd INT to 29 yards to the house. The Lions are 2-0 (and 2-0 against the NFC South) to open the season and look to continue their winning ways next week against the Chargers.​


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