Week 11

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  1. Luis

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    Post summary here.
     
  2. BigSmooth33

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    The Titans bounced back in a big way thanks to CJ2K's 198 yards and 3 TD's.

    This game never really was close in Big Al Haynesworth's return to Nashville, as the Titans beat the Skins 35-7.

    Vince Young stunk it up again this week, but was bailed out by Randy Moss and Bo Scaife regularly.

    Defensively, Chris Hope and Jason Mccourty picked off Donovan Mcnabb, but the pressure of Chuck Cecil's defense was really the difference maker. All told, the Titans ended up sacking the Skins 7 times.
     
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    The Bengals come out and smack the Bills around. It will be interesting for the Bengals in the next few weeks. Carson Palmer will be returning from injury along with Pacman Jones. Robert You has been filling in above expectation and the Bengals now are starting to wonder if Palmer is the franchise. With Benson grounding out about 4 yards a carry and Scott pitching in a big run every now and then, the Bengals may feel that their run game is sufficient enough to invest in a younger QB this draft.

    Also with the secondary playing well in the absence of Jones, don't be surprised to see him go up on the trade block either.
     
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    Chiefs 35 Cardinals 9

    We pretty much won this game on the ground, cassel had a ok game throwing for 200 yards 1td no turnovers.Jamaal went off today breaking free finally, he had 133 yards on 16 carries 2tds.

    Hats off to the cards,Larry was almost impossible to stop and Docuet worked us also.Derrick Johnson came away with 2ints and Eric Berry came away with 1.With Carr gone our secondary has taken a minor step back,allowing completions the past 3 weeks that prior would never have gotten to a receiver.

    Next up we have the Seahawks
     
  5. f4cekha0s_OLD

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    Viking 38 - Packers 16​



    Game LeadersVikings (7 - 3)Packers (4 - 6)
    PassingBrett Favre (17/33, 213 yards, 1 TDs, 0 INTs)Aaron Rodgers (17/29, 316 yards, 1 TDs, 2 INTs)
    RushingAdrian Peterson (29, 161 yards, 3 TDs)Ryan Grant (10, 34 yards, 0 TDs)
    ReceivingJim Kleinsasser (4, 68 yards, 0 TDs)
    Sidney Rice (2, 49 yards, 0 TDs)
    Greg Jennings (4, 193 yards, 1 TDs)
    Donald Driver (3, 28 yards, 0 TDs)

    DefenseKevin Williams (5 tkls, 2 sacks,0 FF, 0 INTs)
    Tyrell Johnson (5 tkls, 0 sacks,1 FF, 0 INTs)
    Antoine Winfield (3 tkls, 0 sacks,0 FF, 0 INTs)
    Charles Woodson (9 tkls, 0 sacks,0 FF, 0 INTs)
    Nick Collins (6 tkls, 0 sacks,1 FF, 0 INTs)
    Atari Bigby (5 tkls, 0 sacks,0 FF, 0 INTs)

    Adrian Peterson took control from the start and the Vikings came away with a blowout win after a last second loss @ Chicago last week.
    On defense DT K. Williams came up big recording 2 monster sacks and maintaining pressure on former Favre protege Aaron Rodgers.
     
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    Lions visit the Cowboy's stadium and took an early lead 14-0. Rookie RB Best catches 5yd td pass from Hill. Then RB F.Jones fumbles the ball and DE C.Avril, returned fumble 58 Yds td.

    Cowboys final get in going late in the 2nd quarter with R.Williams 20 Yd pass from T.Romo, and R.Williams 57 Yd pass from T.Romo.

    Half-time 14-14

    Second half RB F. Jones gets the running game going and added a 5yd td run to go up, 21-14. Lions added a FG. Cowboys can't convert on next series and Lions get one more chance but, they also failed to get a first down and Cowboys run out the clock

    Cowboys---21
    Lions---17
     
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    Saints go to 6-4 with decisive victory at home against the Seahawks.

    The Saints would have little trouble holding of the visiting Seahwaks as the defense would rack up 7 sacks and force 3 interceptions. Drew Brees would throw for 331 yards and 4 TDs, 2 of them to Marques colston and 1 dazzling run and catch to Reggie Bush that went for 96 yds on a short pass. Bush would also total 85 yards on the ground and ZERO fumbles.

    Next week, the saints face a big challenge taking on the NFC East leading Dallas Cowboys on the road.
     

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