NFL post-season play is just around the corner with all Week 17 results in the books. The Indianapolis Colts defeated the Tennessee Titans 23-20 in OT to win their seventh Division title in eight years. They will first matchup against the New York Jets in the wild card round Saturday, January 8th at Lucas Oil Stadium. Other first round games next weekend include Baltimore at Kansas City, Seattle at New Orleans and Green Bay at Philadelphia. The New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, Atlanta Falcons and Chicago Bears have earned a bye and home field advantage for the Divisional round. View all NFL Week 17 scores below!
Sunday, January 2, 2011Atlanta Falcons 31, Carolina Panthers 10 – The Falcons notched 14 points in the first block and harnessed the Carolina offense from there to clinch the NFC’s top seed.
New England Patriots 38, Miami Dolphins 7 – Rob Gronkowski caught one in the end zone to break the New England touchdown receptions record for tight ends.
Oakland Raiders 31, Kansas City Chiefs 10 – Michael Bush rushed for 137 yards and one touchdown for the Raiders to finish 6-0 in the AFC West. (more)
The New England Patriots once again proved that the road to the AFC East runs through them following Monday’s 45-3 romping over the New York Jets. Matt Ryan and his Falcons were able to score 14 points in the fourth quarter to get past the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, ranking Atlanta as only team to match the Pats with a 10-2 regular season record. The Pittsburgh Steelers came up big with a win over the Baltimore Ravens to take control of the AFC South. Check for all NFL Week 13 scores!
Thursday, December 2, 2010Philadelphia Eagles 34, Houston Texans 24 – Michael Vick led his Eagles downfield for two touchdowns in the final block to win at home.
Sunday, December 5, 2010New Orleans Saints 34, Cincinnati Bengals 30 – The Saints caught Cincinnati’s D-line off guard on fourth and 2 with 34 seconds left en route to scoring their game winning TD.
Chicago Bears 24, Detroit Lions 20 – Chicago scored in all four quarters to notch their ninth win of the season.
Green Bay Packers 34, San Francisco 49ers 16 – Aaron Rogers completed 21 passes for 298 yards and three touchdowns. (more)
The New England Patriots and New York Jets are still battling for the top spot in the AFC East after a pair of hard fought victories on Sunday over the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans. The Atlanta Falcons share the same 8-2 record to stand alone atop the NFC standings. The San Diego Chargers improved to 5-5 Monday night, scoring a TD in all four quarters en route to a 35-14 win over the 3-7 Denver Broncos. Check for all NFL Week 11 results below!
Thursday, November 18, 2010Chicago Bears 16, Miami Dolphins 0 – Robbie Gould notched three FG’s as the Chicago defense held Miami to 187 total yards.
Sunday, November 21, 2010Buffalo Bills 49, Cincinnati Bengals 31 – Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 316 yards and four touchdowns to rally his squad after being down 21 at the end of the second.
Dallas Cowboys 35, Detroit Lions 19 – The Cowboys scored 28 second half points to win big at home. (more)
The Baltimore Ravens and New York Jets both notched big wins over the Denver Broncos and Minnesota Vikings to stay atop their respective divisions at 4-1. The Chicago Bears and Atlanta Falcons currently lead in the NFC following after claiming victory on the Cleveland Browns and Carolina Panthers. Bye Week teams included the Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks. Check below for all NFL updates scores!
Sunday, October 10, 2010Jacksonville Jaguars 36, Buffalo Bills 26 – David Garrard completed 16 passes for 178 yards and three touchdowns.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24, Cincinnati Bengals 21 – Connor Barth split the uprights from 31 yards out with one second to spare for the Bucs to win in dramatic fashion.
Atlanta Falcons 20, Cleveland Browns 10 – Matt Ryan led his Falcons to score two touchdowns in the final two quarters to solidify the W.
Detroit Lions 44, St Louis Rams 6 – The Lions posted 21 points in the second block and coasted from there. (more)
Wes Welker was back in action last night just seven months after tearing his ACL, catching two consecutive passes in the first quarter to jump start the New England Patriots as they went on to handle the Atlanta Falcons 28-10 at the Georgia Dome. “Getting out there catching balls and getting hit was good,” said Welker. “It’s a step forward. I’m not sure I’m all there yet.”
QB Tom Brady looked focused as he marched his team downfield for two touchdowns before the end of the first half. Rookie TE Aaron Hernandez led in receiving with 46 yards and a touchdown from four receptions. New England really showcased their versatility yesterday over all else, establishing the run early on to coincide with their already proven passing game. Fred Taylor gained 54 yards from 11 carries, which included a 28 yard break for six in the Patriots opening drive. Sammy Morris contributed a similar stat line, racking up 52 yards from six carries with a TD of his own.
As the offense kept producing through all four quarters the defense stepped up to prevent any sort of comeback, allowing just three points through three quarters. The first half featured a series of first downs from Atlanta with no signs of life in the red zone, resulting in two field goal attempts by kicker Matt Bryant. The Falcons are scheduled matchup with the Miami Dolphins next week as the Pats play host to the St Louis Rams in Foxboro.
Week 15 showcased some of the most thrilling NFL contests in this year’s regular season. The New England Patriots held off the Buffalo Bills to find themselves two games up in the AFC East. A handful of teams were able to clinch their respective divisions. So far the Colts, Chargers, Eagles, Vikings, Saints, and Cardinals have solidified home field advantage for their first post-season matchups. The AFC is currently featuring a number of teams with similar hopes to sneak into one of the Wild Card spots. The Baltimore Ravens and Denver Broncos hold 8-6 records while the Jets, Dolphins, Steelers, Jaguars, Titans, and Texans stand at .500. The New York Giants are set to take on the Washington Redskins tonight at 8:30 PM.
Thursday, December 17th, 2009Indianapolis Colts 35, Jacksonville Jaguars 31 – Peyton Manning threw for 308 yards and 4 touchdowns to keep the Colts perfect at 14-0.
Saturday, December 19th, 2009Dallas Cowboys 24, New Orleans Saints 17 – New Orleans created some much needed 4th quarter momentum with two TD’s in attempts to keep their pursuit of perfection alive, but eventually ran out of time against Romo and the 9-5 Cowboys.
Sunday, December 20th, 2009New England Patriots 17, Buffalo Bills 10 – The Pats were up by 14 when Buffalo posted seven more down the stretch. From there they failed to retrieve the onside kick, giving New England the hard fought win.
Arizona Cardinals 31, Detroit Lions 24 – Kurt Warner threw for 233 yards and 2 TD’s from 23 passes completed.
Tennessee Titans 27, Miami Dolphins 24 – Rob Bironas sent one through the uprights from 46 yards away in OT for the Titans to claim victory.
Cleveland Browns 41, Kansas City Chiefs 34 – Josh Cribbs took two kickoffs to the house as Jerome Harrison rushed for a team record 286 yards.
Houston Texans 16, St Louis Rams 13 – The Texans heavily depended on field goals to steal this one from St Louis.
Atlanta Falcons 10, New York Jets 7 – Matt Ryan led his squad down field in the final minutes for their only TD to win over New York by 3.
Oakland Raiders 20, Denver Broncos 19 – The Raiders gained a touchdown to Denver’s field goal in the fourth block to notch the 1 point advantage.
San Diego Chargers 27, Cincinnati Bengals 24 – Philip Rivers helped San Diego clinch the West with 308 passing yards and 3 TD’s.
Philadelphia Eagles 27, San Francisco 49ers 13 – The Eagles went to work early in the first half with 20 points while holding the 49ers to 3.
Pittsburgh Steelers 37, Green Bay Packers 36 – Ben Roethlisberger hit Mike Wallace with a desperation 19-yard TD pass in the final seconds to keep Pittsburgh’s playoff hopes alive.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24, Seattle Seahawks 7 – The Bucs scored 18 3rd quarter points and coasted from there to defeat Seattle with conviction.
Baltimore Ravens 31, Chicago Bears 7 – Joe Flacco threw for 234 yards and 4 TD’s from 21 passes completed.
Carolina Panthers 26, Minnesota Vikings 7 – Carolina lit up the Vikings defense in the 4th with 20 points to win by 19.
Monday, December 21st, 2009New York Giants, Washington Redskins TBD
NFL fans had to wait for games to get interesting on Sunday following a series of Thanksgiving blow-outs. The first Thursday contest featured the Green Bay Packers steamrolling the Detroit Lions 34-12. The 4:15 game displayed the Dallas Cowboys dominating the Raiders 24-7. The Denver Broncos wrapped up the Turkey Day festivities by ending their recent four-game skid with a 26-6 victory over the New York Giants. With just five weeks remaining in the 2009-2010 NFL season, numerous squads have been able to map out what it will take for them down the stretch to solidify a playoff slot. The Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints rank on top with 11-0 records.
Thursday, November 26, 2009Green Bay Packers 34, Detroit Lions 12 – Aaron Rodgers led his 7-4 Packers with 2 TD’s and 348 yards from 28 completions.
Dallas Cowboys 24, Oakland Raiders 7 – The Cowboys scored 17 first half points while holding Oakland’s offense to 1 TD for the game.
Denver Broncos 26, New York Giants 6 – Denver’s defense really stepped up, holding Eli Manning and the Giants to just two FG’s in the third quarter.
Sunday, November 29th, 2009Atlanta Falcons 20, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17 – Matt Ryan led his men down field with a 4th quarter TD to take this one by 3.
Buffalo Bills 31, Miami Dolphins 14 – Terrell Owens made five completions for 96 yards and 1 TD.
Cincinnati Bengals 16, Cleveland Browns 7 – Cincinnati produced the majority of their points in the first half, adding a FG later in the third for good measure.
Seattle Seahawks 27, StLouis Rams 17 – RB Justin Forsett contributed with 130 yards and TD from 11 total carries.
New York Jets 17, Carolina Panthers 6 – Jake Delhomme couldn’t get anything going offensively, earning just 130 yards while throwing up four INT’s.
Philadelphia Eagles 27, Washington Redskins 24 – Donovan McNabb and LeSean McCoy helped rally their Eagles back with a late drive in the fourth to win by 3.
Indianapolis Colts 35, Houston Texans 27 – Houston kept up with the undefeated Colts until the fourth quarter when the defense let up three additional TD’s.
San Diego Chargers 43, Kansas City Chiefs 14 – San Diego came up with an impressive four TD’s in the first half and coasted from there.
San Francisco 49ers 20, Jacksonville Jaguars 3 – QB David Garrard threw for 307 yards, despite not being able to find the end zone at all for his team.
Tennessee Titans 20, Arizona Cardinals 17 – The Titans have been on a roll lately, winning five in a row after starting the season 0-6.
Minnesota Vikings 36, Chicago Bears 10 – Brett Favre completed 32 passes for 392 yards and 3 TD’s.
Baltimore Ravens 20, Pittsburgh Steelers 17 – Baltimore took advantage of third-string QB Dennis Dixon in overtime with a key interception, eventually leading kicker Billy Cundiff to send one through the uprights for the final score.
Monday, November 30, 2009New Orleans Saints 38, New England Patriots 17 – Drew Brees threw for 371 yards and five TD’s as the Saints dominated the Patriots to stay undefeated.
The now 7-0 New Orleans Saints had four turnovers but still managed to post 35 points to the Atlanta Falcons 27 Monday night at the Superdome. Quarterback Drew Brees was responsible for two out the four, but made up for it with two passing touchdowns and 308 yards from 25 completions.
The Falcons couldn’t capitalize due to the fact that Matt Ryan tossed away three INT’s himself. “It’s a disappointing loss but it’s a long season,” Ryan said. “There’s a lot that can between now and Week 17. We’ve just got to take care of our business.” In addition to his few costly mistakes Ryan finished out the night with 289 yards and a touchdown. Atlanta was in control until the second quarter when the Saints really took over with 21 more points.
New Orleans has a light schedule ahead for the next few weeks with match up at home against the Carolina Panthers, followed by away games at St Louis and Tampa Bay. The Falcons are set to play the 2-5 Washington Redskins next Sunday in Atlanta.
Week 6 showed some expected blow outs but also featured a handful of stunning upsets. The Buffalo Bills were able to steal a win from the New York Jets with a field goal in OT. The Oakland Raiders defeated the Eagles for their second win of the season. After dominating the Giants 48-27 yesterday, the New Orleans Saints have really proved themselves as the top team to beat. They remain undefeated along with the Broncos, Colts, and Vikings while the Buccaneers, Titans, and Rams struggle to post their first win for 2009. Find all Week 6 scores below.
Sunday, October 18, 2009Houston Texans 28, Cincinnati Bengals 17 – Cincinnati was up by three heading into the third quarter but were shut down by the Texans defense for the entire second half.
Green Bay Packers 26, Detroit Lions 0 – QB Aaron Rodgers produced two passing TD’s and 358 yards for Green Bay to coast by Detroit.
Minnesota Vikings 33, Baltimore Ravens 31 – The Ravens came back with 21 points in the fourth, but Favre took control and led his men down field for a last minute field goal to pull ahead.
New Orleans Saints 48, New York Giants 27 – QB Drew Brees threw for 369 yards and four TD’s for the Saints give New York their first loss of the season.
Pittsburgh Steelers 27, Cleveland Browns 14 – WR Hines Ward came up with 159 yards from eight receptions and 1 TD.
Carolina Panthers 28, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21 – DeAngelo Williams scored the go-ahead TD from the 1 yard line with 29 seconds remaining.
Kansas City Chiefs 14, Washington Redskins 6 – The Chiefs earned eight fourth quarter points to earn their first win of the season.
Jacksonville Jaguars 23, St Louis Rams 20 – The Jags came back with 14 fourth quarter points and the final FG in overtime to keep St Louis defeated.
Arizona Cardinals 27, Seattle Seahawks 3 – QB Kurt Warner completed 32 passes for 276 yards and two TD’s.
Oakland Raiders 13, Philadelphia Eagles 9 – Oakland held the Eagles to just three field goals all game to take this one by four.
New England Patriots 59, Tennessee Titans 0 – Tom Brady made history with five TD passes and 35 points in the second quarter alone, leading the Patriots to demolish the Titans 59-0.
Buffalo Bills 16, New York Jets 13 – Buffalo edged the Jets with an overtime field goal away at Giants Stadium.
Atlanta Falcons 21, Chicago Bears 14 – The Falcons took the one score advantage in the second quarter and held on from there to win by seven.
Monday, October 19, 2009Denver Broncos 34, San Diego Chargers 23 – The Broncos pulled away in the end with 10 fourth quarter points to solidify the win and their undefeated record at 6-0.
Bye Week Teams: Dallas Cowboys, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers.
After holding out four games this season following all training camp and pre-season play, Michael Crabtree has finally reached contract agreements with the San Francisco 49ers. Crabtree agreed to a six year deal that he can void up to five years if he meets undefined performance clauses. Wednesday was the first time in a few weeks that Crabtree and agent Eugene Parker spoke with GM Scott McCloughan and Paraag Marathe.
The 22 year old wide-out made 19 receptions for 1,165 yards and 19 touchdowns in 2008 at Texas Tech. Coach Mike Singletary has said he will welcome Crabtree as soon as he is able to join the team. The 49ers so far this year are off to their best regular season start since 2002, leading the NFC West with a 3-1 record. Their next game is set for Sunday, October 11th when they host the Atlanta Falcons at Candlestick Park. After a bye during Week 6 they will travel to Reliant Stadium to face the Houston Texans October 25th.
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