Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by majesty95, Nov 26, 2012.
No diggity, no doubt.
Seahawks 26, Rams 10
ST. LOUIS, Mo. --- Before the other NFC playoff teams go getting all excited, let's put out a disclaimer: The Rams sat nearly all of their starters to prevent injury for the playoffs. The Seahawks, however, did look like a team capable of competing in the NFC West next season under new coach Mike Peters. The win over the Rams gives them seven wins under coach Peters and improves their record to 7-4 under the new regime. While this game won't tell much about the Rams heading into the playoffs, it was an indication in Seattle that things are looking brighter and that the almost daily rain should be forgotten for just a few hours each Sunday next season. GG OMlawdog Good luck in the playoffs.
3 Ints, Revis Welcomes Phins to his IslandJets 44 Phins 24 After a crazy start in the game with the Dolphins returing 2 Kick returns for TD's almost back to back. The Jets would be down 24-10 to their rivals. After Joey Mcknight returned a kick and a punt for a touchdown the Jets started to show some light. The defense would step up behind Revis Island who dared Tannehill to throw his way picking him off 3 times. The run game of the Jets was led by standout rookie Aerion "Wolverine" Boudreaux who would score two rushing touchdowns and make his case for AFC Rookie of the Year. The Jets beat the Phins 44-24 pulling some key players in the 4th since last season Coach Petty lost Revis for the playoffs letting him play the 4th quarter in week 17. He learned his lesson! The Jets finish 12-4 and await the Jags/Falcons game which will determine who has a bye. If the Jags lose they are tied with Jets 12-4. They are also tied with them in conference record at 9-3. The Jets have a divisional record of 6-0, while the Jags are 5-1. I don't know what the tiebreaker is after head2head and Conference record, but the Jets hope its dvisional record.
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