Between the beer, wings, nacho dips, betting squares, commercials, and everything else that has become ingrained into our football culture, one thing for sure is that the Seahawks’ offense and especially their defense did not disappoint. (more)
This week six contest will be a battle between the NFL’s best offense and the NFL’s best defense. Tom Brady and the New England Patriots offense lead the league in total yards and points scored. On the other hand, the Seattle Seahawks defense leads the league in yards allowed and are second in points allowed. Needless to say, something has to give Sunday when the Patriots square off against the Seahawks. (more)
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)
New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady has reportedly been in touch with Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Deion Branch about a possible return to the organization. Branch was a member of the Patriots from 2002 to 2005 and was named Super Bowl XXXIX MVP. Following the teams decision to send Pro Bowl wide-out Randy Moss back to Minnesota, the addition of Branch would certainly benefit the well balanced New England attack.
Branch is planning to meet with Seattle GM John Schneider to discuss his future with the Seahawks. In an interview with the Boston Herald earlier this season, he informed the press that he would be love to rejoin the New England franchise. “You know what, I talk to guys all the time. I never wanted to leave, nor did coach [Bill] Belichick and his staff and the organization want me to leave, either,” he said. “We just couldn’t get the contractual part down. We just couldn’t come to an agreement. And that stuff happens. I still love Coach Belichick and if the opportunity presents itself to come back, I would love to be there.”
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Week 3 was filled with exciting matchups between a number division rivals. The New York Jets prevailed over the Miami Dolphins to claim the top spot in the AFC East. The Atlanta Falcons defeated the New Orleans Saints in OT, handing Drew Brees and Co. their first loss since January. This week’s final contest featured the Chicago Bears outdueling the Green Bay Packers on a late field goal to stay 3-0. Other teams that remain undefeated include the Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers. Check for all Week 3 scores below.
Sunday, September 26, 2010Minnesota Vikings 24, Detroit Lions 10 – Adrian Peterson took charge from the ground with 160 yards and two touchdowns.
Kansas City Chiefs 31, San Francisco 49ers 10 – Matt Cassel completed 16 passes for 250 yards and three TD’s for Kansas City to stay perfect.
New England Patriots 38, Buffalo Bills 30 – Tom Brady and Randy Moss connected in the end zone twice to defeat the Bills for the 12th consecutive time.
Atlanta Falcons 27, New Orleans Saints 24 – Matt Bryant sent one through the uprights from 46 yards out after Garrett Hartley’s missed attempt in overtime to stun the Saints at the Superdome. (more)
As the NFL Championship contests draw closer, a few of the 28 organizations on the outside looking in have already made adjustments in preparation for their 2010-2011 campaigns. The Miami Dolphins hired Mike Nolan as their new defensive coordinator with hopes to better compete with the New York Jets and New England Patriots in the AFC East. Nolan was able to improve the Denver Broncos defense this season, and the Dolphins organization expects for him to make an immediate impact in Miami.
The San Diego Chargers decided to extend head coach Norv Turners contract despite their recent loss in the Divisional round to the underdog Jets. Team president Dean Spanos emphasized turners importance to their success, saying “I think he’s done an outstanding job and I look forward to the next four years.”
The Seattle Seahawks are really shaking things up following their 2009 5-11 showing. Soon after hiring former USC coach Pete Carroll, the Seahawks organization is set to bring in Jon Schneider to assume the General Manager position. Carroll has already been put to work in Seattle rebuilding the roster and coaching staff.
Carroll is surely excited to be a part of the NFL since the Patriots fired him in 1999. “I know that Paul Allen wants to win, and he doesn’t want to just win once in a while. He wants to win from now on,” said Carroll. “To me, that fits exactly with the way I think, and the way I’ve tried to present our football in recent years.”
The New York Jets will attempt to play spoiler over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday for the AFC Championship as Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings meet up with Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints at the Superdome for NFC title rights. NFL Playoff tickets are now available!
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.
Now almost halfway through the 2009 regular season, most NFL teams can better assess how they match up in regards to standings and potential postseason play. After a Miami Dolphins win over the New York Jets, the New England Patriots during their bye week are more than a game ahead in the AFC East Division. The Indianapolis Colts are dominating the AFC South at 7-0. The Colts and Saints are the only teams still taking a run at a perfect season. New Orleans is set to battle the Atlanta Falcons tonight at 8:30 PM. Check for all Week 8 scores below.
Sunday, November 1, 2009Houston Texans 31, Buffalo Bills 10 – The Texans scored 22 fourth quarter points to dominate over the Bills by 21.
Chicago Bears 30, Cleveland Browns 6 – RB Matt Forte ran for 90 yards and 2 TD’s as the Bears defense held Cleveland to 6 total points.
Dallas Cowboys 38, Seattle Seahawks 17 - QB Tony Romo threw for 265 yards and 3 TD’s from 21 completed passes.
St Louis Rams 17, Detroit Lions 10 – St Louis earned their first win of the season after Steven Jackson ran in the go-ahead TD with just over a minute left in the game.
San Francisco 49ers 14, Indianapolis Colts 18- WR Reggie Wayne came up big for the Colts with 147 yards and a TD from 12 receptions.
New York Jets 25, Miami Dolphins 30 - Ted Ginn Jr. returned two kickoffs to the end zone in the 3rd quarter to help Miami edge the Jets by 5.
Philadelphia Eagles 40, New York Giants 17 – QB Donovan McNabb threw for 3 TD’s and 240 yards as the Eagles dominated Manning and the New York Giants.
Baltimore Ravens 30, Denver Broncos 7 – Baltimore pulled away in the second half with 24 points to give Denver their first loss of the season.
Tennessee Titans 30, Jacksonville Jaguars 13 – QB Vince Young was finally called to take the snaps and led Tennessee to their first victory over Jacksonville.
San Diego Chargers 24, Oakland Raiders 16 – LaDainian Tomlinson rushed for 2 TD’s and 56 yards from 18 carries.
Carolina Panthers 34, Arizona Cardinals 21 – The Panthers scored 21 second quarter points and coasted from there to win by 13.
Minnesota Vikings 38, Green Bay Packers 26 – Brett Favre in his return to Lambeau Field brought his A game with four passing TD’s to put the Vikings at 7-1.
Monday, November 2, 2009New Orleans Saints 35, Atlanta Falcons 27 - QB Drew Brees completed 25 passes for 308 yards and 2 TD’s to keep the Saints undefeated at 7-0.
Bye Week Teams: Cincinnati Bengals, Kansas City Chiefs, New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Washington Redskins
Week 3 preseason scores are all set in stone, aside from the Houston Texans Minnesota Vikings Monday night showdown tonight at Reliant Stadium. Teams will have one more week of preseason games before opening day, when the focus will be turned to winning and not developing. For now players still have time to fight for their positions whether it is for starting QB or making the cut for special teams units.
Week 3 ScoresThursday, August 27, 2009Jacksonville Jaguars 32, Philadelphia Eagles 33 – Michael Vick made his debut in an Eagles uniform and completed four out of four passes for 19 yards, as Philadelphia managed to squeeze out a victory against the Jaguars.
St. Louis Rams 24, Cincinnati Bengals 21 – The Bengals were able to earn a touchdown in the fourth quarter, but it wasn’t enough for a comeback as they still fell short by three.
Miami Dolphins 10, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6 - Miami rallied in the 3rd quarter and scored a touchdown to take the lead, holding the Buccaneers to 0 second half points.
Friday, August 28, 2009New England Patriots 27, Washington Redskins 24 – Tom Brady completed 12 out of 19 passes for 150 yards and two TD’s to help New England pull out a win against the Redskins. Both touchdown passes went to star wide-out Randy Moss.
Green Bay Packers 44, Arizona Cardinals 37 – Green Bay scored 28 second quarter points to come out with the victory in this offensive showcase.
Saturday, August 29th, 2009Indianapolis Colts 17, Detroit Lions 18 – The Lions edged out a win by 1 after completing the go-ahead two point conversion in the fourth. Matt Stafford threw for 160 yards from 13 completed passes.
New Orleans Saints 45, Oakland Raiders 7 – The Saints scored 31 points in the first half and coasted from there, surrendering just one Raiders TD in the fourth quarter.
Pittsburgh Steelers 17, Buffalo Bills 0 – The Steelers scored all 17 points in the second quarter as their defense put up a wall against the Bills offense.
Cleveland Browns 23, Tennessee Titans 17 – Cleveland put up 17 third quarter points to rally back and win by six.
New York Jets 27, New York Giants 25 – The Jets were able to best the Giants this time around at Giants Stadium in New York.
Seattle Seahawks 14, Kansas City Chiefs 10 – Matt Hasselbeck led Seattle to victory, throwing for 216 yards and two touchdowns.
San Diego Chargers 24, Atlanta Falcons 27 – Atlanta posted 14 points in the last quarter to pull ahead by three.
Baltimore Ravens 17, Carolina Panthers 13 – Carolina rallied back with 10 points in the fourth but ran out of opportunities to find the end zone one last time.
San Francisco 49ers 20, Dallas Cowboys 13 – The 49ers out-dueled the Cowboys in Dallas with two touchdowns and a field goal in the second half.
Saturday, August 30th, 2009Chicago Bears 27, Denver Broncos 17 – The Bears notched the win with 14 second quarter points and relied strongly on their defense from there.
The 2-9 Seattle Seahawks may have gotten their running game back in order, but they still seem like a bird in the pan for the 7-4 Dallas Cowboys. Wide receiver Terrell Owens exploded for 213 yards and a TD last week after being held to under 83 yards for the last five games. Romo has led the Cowboys to back-to-back Thanksgiving day wins, by an average of over 29 points. With their starting QB back on the field, the Cowboys seem poised to make a run for a playoff spot.
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