Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by majesty95, Feb 22, 2013.
Nice work men! Let's keep it moving.
Well, Glen Cieske and I tried to get our game in right away and got to the 4th quarter with the Vikings driving and up by 7 and I got a network timeout and he got an excessive grieving. Sigh. Will try again tomorrow.
That sucks...hey Maj, FYI this still says next advance is Thursday (Think you meant Saturday?
Yes, dang it.
DEADLINE IS SAT 2/24 @ MIDNIGHT CST
Glen Cieske 20-23 majesty95
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. --- The games are not getting any easier but the results are the same: Vikings victory. The Minnesota Vikings defeated the Carolina Panthers 23-20 on Sunday behind key plays from their defense and clutch rushing in the 4th quarter.
The Vikings started off the game up 7-0 after Adrian Peterson scampered in from 17 yards out. The Panthers managed a field goal on their ensuing possession and forced a Vikings' punt on their next drive. However, the Panthers turned the ball over on the punt return and the Vikings quickly capitalized to go up 14-3.
The rest of the game was mostly Minnesota trying to control the clock and protect the lead (managing only three field goals) and the Panthers trying to chip away at the lead. Carolina managed to score late in the fourth quarter to pull within three points but could not capitalize on the onside kick attempt and Minnesota kneeled the ball for a hard fought, yet sloppy victory.
Next week the Vikings will head to Dallas to take on the struggling Cowboys and the Panthers will return home to take on Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.
Titans Defense Continues Shut-Out Streak, Knock Off Unbeaten Dolphins
The Titans once again used defense to take out the Hot Dolphins who came in to Tennessee previously unbeaten. Holding their entire offense to 56 yards, they were able to stop the high flying dolphins. 3rd String running back, Townsend, who was inserted into the lineup due to losing Chris Johnson and Nick Akuna played amazingly. Defense and Turnovers once again lead the Titans to victory.
Titans: 38 Dolphins: 0
Jake Locker: 11/18 173 yds 1 TD 1 INT
Ryan Tannehil: 8/18 82 yds 0 TD 0 INT
Dain Townsend: 25 att 146 yds 2 TD
Reggie Bush: 5 att 20 yds 1 Fumble
Camerion Wimbley: 6 Sacks
Deandre Levy: 1 FF
Damion Stewart: 1 FF
Manny Munoz: FR for a TD
Karlos Dansby: 2 FF
That's a little excessive
Who dropped out again? I seen the first person that dropped out who was the second?
Turn Overs cost the Rams the game in an ugly defensive division rivalry!720Glendale, AZ--- First play of the game John Skelton saw newly acquired wide out Mike Williams about three steps ahead of the defender and threw a bullet in his direction only to have former Arizona Cardinal Trumaine Johnson step in front of it and pick it off in good field position for the Rams. Steven Jackson capitalized on the turnover on an 11 yard touchdown run. The Cardinals would follow up on their next two drives with a couple Field Goals to make the score 7-6 Rams. With under 2 minutes to go in the first half after the Cardinals pick up a Rams fumble Skelton was able to find Fitzgerald in the end zone off the defenders hands for a 54 yard touchdown before the half. 13-7 Arizona with time winding down in the 4th quarter and Austin Duncan has his team in scoring position inside the red zone and tries to find Danny Amendola in the corner of the end zone only to have Patrick Peterson intercept it and take it 104 yards to the house! After a few more series by each team the game ended and has promised to be a nice rematch in just 3 weeks. The Cardinals will go to Detroit to face the red hot Lions as the Rams will host the 49ers for another tough division match up.
Houston 21 @ Jacksonville 14 Two interceptions in the endzone by Philip Rivers and a late drive by Houston sealed a much needed victory for the Texans. Houston finally played a solid game with no turnovers and made big plays at just the right time. L. Hill and B. Reed both had interceptions in the endzone that thwarted two Jacksonville drives. B. Tate had a big day with 71 yards and two TDs. Houston next takes on the Indianapolis Colts in a division contest that is very important to both teams attempt to get back in the division race.
Charles Leads Chiefs To Win Over Raiders
OAKLAND, Cali. -- Jamaal Charles rushed for three first half touchdowns and the Chiefs defense was able to shutdown Oakland en route to a 21-7 road win. Charles' three scores gave Kansas City a 21-0 halftime lead, which would prove to be insurmountable the way the Chiefs defense has played this year. Matt Cassel had another solid down, throwing for 233 yards with no picks. While he didn't have a touchdown, he was instrumental in leading the team down the field, then handing it off to Charles for the score. The Kansas City defense was outstanding, forcing 4 turnovers and sacking Troy Smith 4 times. Allen Bailey led the Chiefs with two sacks, while CB Lorenzo Hopkins picked off two Troy Smith passes. Bailey already has 6 sacks on the season, proving he is more than a capable replacement for Tyson Jackson, who left in the offseason. Kansas City will look to stay undefeated as they face Cincinnati next week. Oakland has a bye.
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