Week 11

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  1. hurdrs123

    hurdrs123 Walk On

    Aug 25, 2009
    Week 11

    The Ravens pick up their 3rd win in row with a grueling 28-18 win over the Panthers to raise their record to 7-3 on the season.

    The game was a back and forth affair as the two teams traded leads throughout the game. Entering the fourth quarter trailing 18-14 the Ravens maid a crucial stop on the Panthers leaving a 3rd and inches (On the pursuing Punt, I had a chance to break a big one only to see my crappy controller somehow disconnected:eek:).

    The Ravens would make a critical 4 and 7 and Joe Flacco would eventualy hit Rookie Adam Saint for a 5 yard TD. The Ravens D was able to force another Panthers punt and on the following drive League rushing leader Jonathan Stewart went all super man hurdling a man before coming out of a pile of three Panther defenders and taking it 78 yards to the house.

    The Ravens now head into what has to be the Game of the Week as they travel to Pittsbugh to take on the division leading Steelers for control of the AFC North. The matchup will also see the top 2 rushers in the league as Jonathan Stewart and Willie Parker rush for the title.
  2. Bridger

    Bridger Guest

    Titans take a hard loss, colts show dominance

    Turnovers, turnovers, turnovers. That was the name of the game for tennessee. Opening the game with two fumbles on KO returns, each turned into TD's by the colts doomed the titans from the start. Indianapolis played well on both sides of the ball but the game still managed to be competitive.

    Trailing 31-10 midway through the second quarter forced the titans to become one dimensional, but it didn't work against them. The titans rallied to score two straight TD's leaving the halftime score at 34-24. The colts recieved the second half kick and on an outside run, the titans forced a fumble and returned it 45 yards to the house to narrow the score to 3 points. Tennessee got the ball back, finally holding the colts and began marching down the field. A third and goal on the 4 yard line seemed makeable but Vince young floundered the opportunity, tossing a pass into double coverage resulting in an interception. The titans wouldn't score again and the Colts ran away with it winning 55-31.

    With now six losses on the season, the titans cannot afford another loss to remain in playoff contention with six games left...a tough task for a new owner to accomplish. However, with a huge game from RB norwood (192 yards and 3 scores) and peyton manning (344 yards and 4 scores) the colts seem poised to control the division with an 8-2 record so far.

    Good game hotrod

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