S1W9 Summaries

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  1. Automatik

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    Manning finished a game throwing for 98 yards and did not get injured, WHAT?! The five time MVP threw for his lowest total all year but the Broncos managed to beat a conference rival thanks to Montee freaking Ball and his 191 yards and 3 TDs.

    The Patriots received the opening kickoff and drove the field thanks to the RB duo of Vereen and Ridley, the drive stalled on the Broncos 40 yard line. K Gostkowski missed a 58 yard FG which gave the Broncos great field position, after a Wilfork encroachment the Broncos had the ball on the 46 yard line. That's were Ball started to take over, on the first play he took the handoff and went untouched to the endzone.

    The Pats would score two FG to cut the lead to 7-6 but a Rahim Moore INT gave Denver great field position once again and Ball would take advantage scoring from one yard out.

    The second half was pretty unenventful except for Montee scoring on the very first play of the drive for the 3 time this time a 80 yard TD. Ball stiff armed #30 on the Pats into next week and just outran the rest of the defense.

    Stats of the game
    Broncos
    Manning 11-17 98 yards 81 rating
    Ball 15 caries 191 yards 3 TDs
    Julius 4 rec 50 yards
    Ward FF
    Moore 1 INT/ 1 FR

    Pats
    Brady 27-41 241 yards 2 INTs
    Vereen 13 carries 45 yards
    Gronk 6 rec 84 yards
    Dobson 6 rec 56 yards

    Key stat of the game: Denver +3 Turnover

    It was over when... Montee scored on the first play of the second half

    GG Hordan54, hopefully we meet again in the playoffs.
     
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  2. RFF

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    I saw 98 yds passing, 0 defensive TDs, and 34 points scored and did a double take.
     
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    My BYE week killed me. 4-1 to 4-4. I can't put up points to save my life.
     
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    In a new segment, I'll be presenting "Same Old Jets" each week from here on out. Watch and be amazed by the spectacular failings of the New York Jets as they somehow manage to screw literally everything up.

    This week, we present a red-zone scramble from backup QB Michael Vick. Down by 3 scores with less than 6 minutes remaining in the 4th quarter, Vick came in for a struggling Geno Smith in an attempt to give the offense some semblance of a spark, if only to put more than a field goal on the board. After leading the Jets on a solid, poised drive down the field, Vick took the snap from the Kansas City 8 yard line, running the following play.



    While Vick would finish his drive on the following possession, giving New York their sole touchdown of the game, the Jets fall to 2-7, failing to break what is now a 6-game losing streak. Vick will start week 10 against the Steelers.

    GG arlennnn. That was a thorough beatdown.
     
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  5. ZCar352

    ZCar352 Keep Pounding...Go Panthers!!!

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    Jags 33
    Bengals 21

    Jacksonville improves to 4-5 after a road win against the CPU Bengals. The Jacksonville offense was outstanding in this one especially rookie running back Lache Seastrunk who accounted for 3 touchdowns on the day. This game was back and forth until the fourth quarter when after a Jacksonville punt that pinned Cincy inside there own 10 Dalton was sacked and fumbled which Red Bryant scooped up and rumbled in for the score to push the Jags lead to 2 scores and Cincinnati never could get back on track.

    Blake Bortles 20-28 263 Yards
    Lache Seastrunk 24 Att 86 Yards 3 TD
    Allen Robinson 7 Rec 79 Yards
    Terrell Thomas 2 Tackles 1 INT

    Andy Dalton 26-35 332 Yards 3 TD 1 INT
    Gio Bernard 17 Att 42 Yards 8 Rec 79 Yards
    Marvin Jones 4 Rec 93 Yards 3 TD
    Geno Atkins 6 Tackles.
     
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  6. Coachmedicis

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    Vikings unstoppable this game....unreal. Every once in a great while, you play a game where everything you do works. The Vikings ran the ball with ease dicing the Redskins time and time again. Thomas once again was the lead man as the rotation to try and find a back to fill in for A.P's shoes continues. This time, we may have found a winner as Thomas was solid all game, before breaking a long run to start the 3rd q, his last carry of the game. He totaled over 200 yards on the ground and scored twice. His 72 yard td run, just showed the dominance the Vikings had up front. As a team they rushed for 329 yards and 5 TDs on the day. But he wasn't the only story as Teddy Bridgewater was also on his game, making every throw today. He finished 17-17 182 yards and 2 TDs, all in the first half. His 2 minute drill to end the half was a thing of beauty and solidified him as the future in Minnesota.

    The Redskins meanwhile struggled in every way possible. Alfred Morris couldn't get going until late in the 4th q. RG3 was under pressure form the blitzing Vikings and was constantly on his back. RG3 did have good numbers, 21-24 for 153 and a TD.

    How about the numbers put up by the 2 QB's!!! 38-41. WOW.

    Vikings Player of the Game - Everyone as this was a dominant team effort. After playing close game after close game this year with both users and CPU's, the Vikings just played the game of the year. Will they have enough for their next game? That will have to wait until after their bye week. Then the Vikings will take on the Chicago Bears.
     
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  7. XWarriorMonk

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    OAKLAND TRIBUNE
    DEFENSE SHINES. RAIDERS SHUTOUT DEFENDING SUPER BOWL CHAMPS
    Oakland fans have plenty to be happy about. Rookie quarterback Derek Carr has led the Raiders to 6 straight wins. The Raiders defense has been a "black hole" for opposing offenses, and Maurice Jones Drew has come back from injuries to have one of his best seasons in his career. Oakland carried their success and momentum into Seattle in a game that nobody could have predicted.
    The defending defending Super Bowl champs looked to topple a team that has somehow learned to put it together this season, but would have no such luck as Russell Wilson was unable to avoid pressure all game long. Wilson was sacked 5 times including a sack that forced a fumble that was subsequently returned by Justin Tuck for a touchdown. From the opening kickoff the "12th Man" of Seattle sounded more like a low grumble. The first half showed signs of being a game to remember, with both defenses shutting the opposing offenses down, but the Raiders struck first and did not let off the gas. Derek Carr had quite possibly his best performance in his rookie season. Although the yards are nothing to brag about (167) it was the timing and accuracy he displayed throughout this one, as well as two key rushing touchdowns from the one yard line. The rookie finally looked comfortable dropping back and tossing to his receivers which spells good news for this coaching staff who took over only weeks before the preseason. Although Carr does not have the most outstanding cast of wide outs he does have one thing that seems to be the key to success for many young quarterbacks, a running game. "MJD" continued his rampage on the Seahawks defense. When it seemed that Carr would've met his match with this talented secondary, Jones Drew took it upon himself to break the game open. Drew finished the contest with 144 yards on only 21 carries and was sitting with his feet up by the middle of the fourth quarter. After forcing 4 turnovers the Seattle Seahawks had to rely on a defense that just flat out looked tired and the Raiders capitalized; churning out first down after first down and keeping the defense on the field until they just could not tackle any more.
    Oakland is fighting for a playoff spot and have their eyes fixated on a division championship, but the Denver Broncos stand in the way. The Raiders will have a chance to make a statement to the division and the entire league as they are looking forward to facing Manning and the Broncos next week. Will Carr be able to step up against a defensive unit that seems to be just as formidable as the the offense is? How long will Maurice Jones Drew be able to keep this up? Could we see a shift in the power rankings after next week? Only time will tell. Until then the Raiders sit at a surprising 6-2.

    Key Play: Usama Young's interception inside the 5 yard line to prevent the Seahawks from putting points on the board early in the game.

    Key Players:
    Derek Carr: 11/18 167 yards 1 TD- 6 carries 15 yards 2 TD
    Maurice Jones Drew: 21 carries 144 yards



     
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  8. Mozaaik

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    Browns top the Buccaneers in a close one at home...

    Final Score: 17-22

    Turn overs was the big story in tonight's game, starting when McCown was hit around their two yard line and fumbled. Buccaneers recovered before being tackled in the end zone for a safety. The Browns followed with a barely catchable pass from Manziel to Hawkins on a slant route that ends up going 33 YD for a TD. Browns up 9-0.

    The Bucs find the endzone on their next drive, but the play is reviewed and over turned, forcing Martin to take the ball in for one yard on 4th and 1.

    After a couple of field goals, Browns are up 7-15. McCown gets sacked gets up slowly and heads to the sidelines. Myers steps in and his first (and only) pass is picked off by Gilbert (his first of the year) and takes it back to the house, giving the Browns their last touch down of the game at 7-22.

    McCown manages to get the game going, working his way all around the Browns defense, getting the Bucs within field goal range and getting a TD of his own. Cundiff misses two field goals and gives the Browns a huge scare torwards the end, but the Bucs couldn't stop rookie Terrance West from getting first downs and running out the clock.

    Sorry for the short summary, don't have a lot of time before my wife kills me lol. I'll try to add more later/tomorrow.

    Good game @IlluminatusUIUC.

    Browns look forward to their meeting against the Bengals next week.

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  9. RFF

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    Freudian slip? :)
     
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  10. Mozaaik

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    Lol oops! :p
     
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