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week 4 game summary

Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by gamekilla7, Nov 1, 2013.

  1. gamekilla7

    gamekilla7 Walk On

    Oct 6, 2013
    Cardinals and bucs aka the interception bowl. It was a shaky game for both quarterbacks. With the bucs defense standing strong and creating turn overs. Glennon and the offense finally got things going. It. Was looking like a blow out. But after back up quarterback drew Stanton entered the game the cardinals pushed back... The bucs hold on to win 40-33 and improving to 2-2

    Glennon- 317 yards 2 TD 3 INTS
    Luke Stocked 5 REC 128 YARDS 1TD
    Dashon Goldson 9TKL 1 INT 1RD

    Drew Stanton 217 YARDS 3 TD
    Larry Fitzgerald 7 REC 124 YARDS 1 TD
    Karlos Dansby 9 TKL 2 TFL
  2. lere2001

    lere2001 Walk On

    Sep 21, 2010
    The Eagles rolled into Mile High stadium and upset the Denver Broncos 30-22.
    Michael Vick perfected the "Game Management" style of quarterbacking that he needs to play in order to have a successful season in Philadelphia. He threw for 0 touchdowns and didn't really do anything special as he only threw for 169 yards, but the important stat of the night is that Vick threw 0 Interceptions. He never wasted a drive and was great at what he does best: Handing the ball off.

    LeSean McCoy did what was needed of him as he rushed for 75 yards and 2 touchdowns on 20 attempts. Shady was able to punch the ball in when called upon and his biggest run of the night may actually have been his smallest. 4th and 1 on the goal line, McCoy was stopped short of goal but a Broncos penalty gave him a second chance and he made no mistake with it, diving into the endzone for an early Eages score.

    The Eagles defense was stellar, picking Manning off twice and giving the lackluster Eagles offense short fields all day. The biggest defensive play of the game was Brandon Boykin picking off a Manning pass late in the first half and rumbling into the endzone for the long defensive touchdown. They also held breakout back Monte Ball to 85 yards and 1 touchdown on 22 handoffs.

    For as dominant as the Eagles defense was, there was none more dominant than Trent Cole. The newly moved 3-4 Linebacker was insane, notching 8 tackles and recording 4 sacks on that poor Peyton Manning.

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