Quarterback Tom Brady will represent the New England Patriots in the NFL Pro Bowl next month with teammates Wes Welker, Logan Mankis and Vince Wilfork. The contest will take place on Sunday, January 31st at Land Shark Stadium in Miami, exactly one week before Super Bowl XLIV. Despite showing his appreciation for being selected, Wilfork is currently turning his attention to more important things.
“Congrats to my teammates Brady, Welker and big Logan. Need the rest of these guys next year – Moss, Mayo, Meriweather, Warren and others,” said Wilfork. “Don’t get it twisted, I love the Pro Bowl but hope I can’t go because I will be at the Super Bowl the next week.”
Wes Welker ranks second to Andre Johnson in total receptions with 1336. Fellow Patriots receiver Randy Moss leads the league in touchdown catches while racking up 1,189 yards in 2009. Many have questioned the NFL’s decisions to leave Moss out of the loop. Wilfork was one of the more obvious choices this year as the main leader of New England’s defense. Mankis is known throughout the league for his toughness. Since joining the Patriots in 2005 he has yet to miss a single game. The AFC East champs are now preparing for their matchup against the Houston Texans this Sunday at Reliant Stadium.
NFL coaches and players are more than ready to get the 2009-2010 regular season underway. Every team has now officially scrimmaged against other opponents, serving as a first test to see what is in store for the upcoming year. Starters were familiarizing themselves with the rotations as rookies were trying to make an immediate impact when called upon. All in all, excitement is in the air for NFL Football to be aired again each Sunday.
Week 1 ScoresThursday, August 13, 2009New England Patriots 27, Philadelphia Eagles 25 – Tom Brady returned as starting quarterback for New England and seemed to be fully recovered. The Patriots starters handled the Eagles in the first half 21-6, but after a third quarter Eagles comeback New England only won by 2.
Baltimore Ravens 23, Washington Redskins 0 – Baltimore was able to pull away in the second quarter and the Redskins never made up any ground from there, resulting in an opening round shutout.
Pittsburgh Steelers 20, Arizona Cardinals 10 – The Super Bowl rematch caused for a defensive battle until the fourth quarter, when Pittsburg racked up 17 points to seal the deal.
Dallas Cowboys 10, Oakland Raiders 31 – The Raiders scored 14 points in the third quarter to make the game out of reach for the Cowboys.
Friday, August 14, 2009St. Louis Rams 23, New York Jets 20 – The Rams were able to swap a field goal for a touchdown in the third quarter and hold on from there.
Minnesota Vikings 13,Indianappolis Colts 3 – The Vikings went up 13-3 at the half, followed by a slow paced final two quarters with no points scored from either team.
Cincinnati Bengals 7, New Orleans Saints 17 – QB Carson Palmer threw 7-11 with 133 yards, despite the Bengals minimal offensive production as a whole.
Denver Broncos 16, San Francisco 49ers 17 – The Denver Broncos scored all 16 points in the second half, including a touchdown with two minutes remaining. They went for the two point conversation in an attempt to take the lead, but the call backfired.
Saturday, August 15,2009Atlanta Falcons 26, Detroit Lions 27 – the 2008-2009 0-16 Lions were able to notch their first win in quite some time after scoring 10 points in the final quarter to win by 1.
Chicago Bears 20, Buffalo Bills 27 – The Bills earned two touchdowns to Chicago’s one in the fourth quarter to win by 7.
Cleveland Browns 0, Green Bay Packers 17 – Packers QB Aaron Rodgers threw for 102 yards in 5 completions as his defense shut down the Browns entirely.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20, Tennessee Titans 27 – The Titans scored 21 second half points to win by a touchdown. QB Vince Young went 9-14 with 131 yards.
Houston Texans 16, Kansas City Chiefs 10 – The Texans were able to score 13 out of 16 in the first half in this defensive battle.
Seattle Seahawks 20, San Diego Chargers 14 – The Chargers scored a TD late down the stretch, but time would not allow a fourth quarter comeback.
Monday, August 17, 2009Jacksonville Jaguars 9, Miami Dolphins 12 – Miami came up with a small lead in the third quarter, and no offensive production was created by either team from there.
New York Giants 24, Carolina Panthers 17 – New York forced a turnover and ran it in for a touchdown as the final seconds ticked down, concluding a truly thrilling preseason game.
The Conference Championships are over, and the matchup for the 2009 Superbowl is set. The Arizona Cardinals capitalized on Philadelphia’s mistakes to win the NFC Championship 32-25. Behind the stellar defensive play of Troy Polamalu, the Steelers contained Ravens’ rookie QB Joe Flacco. The Steelers’ 23-14 win puts them in the Super Bowl for the second time in 4 years. This is the first Super Bowl appearance, and second Championship game (the Chicago Cards won the 1947 meeting with the Philadelphia Eagles).
The 2009 Super Bowl will be held at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on February 1st, 2009. Super Bowl Tickets are available now!
The second round of the 2008-2009 NFL playoffs is over!
Saturday, January 10th
Baltimore 13 – Tennessee 10: Baltimore stunned the Titans, after a controversial first down. With the play clock seemingly expired, Baltimore made a first down followed by a Rob Bironas field goal to lock up the win.
Arizona 33 – Carolina 13: Jake Delhomme’s five interceptions put the game out of reach for the Panthers.
Sunday, January 11th
Philadelphia 23 – New York Giants 11: Donovan McNabb and the Eagles overcame a 92-yard showing by Brandon Jacobs to move on to the NFC Championship game.
Pittsburgh 35 – San Diego 24: Willie Parker had a monster day, racking up 146 yards and two touchdowns. San Diego was without star running back LaDanian Tomlinson again.
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12/11/08Chicago Bears (8-6) 27 New Orleans Saints (7-7) 24 – The Bears are fighting to get back on top of the NFC North. They got one step closer with a win over the Saints on Thursday.
12/14/08Atlanta Falcons (9-5) 13 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-5) 10 – Matt Ryan led the Atlanta Falcons over Tampa today to put them in a tie for 2nd place in the NFC South.
Cincinnati Bengals (2-11-1) 20 Washington Redskins (7-7) 13 – The Redskins are impressing no one after losing to the woeful Bengals on Sunday.
Jacksonville Jaguars (5-9) 20 Green Bay Packers (5-9) 16 – The Packers’ playoff hopes were crushed by the Jaguars today.
San Diego Chargers (6-8) 22 Kansas City Chiefs (2-12) 21 – Rivers’ 346 passing yards led the Chargers past the Chiefs by a point.
Indianapolis Colts (10-4) 31 Detroit Lions (0-14) 21 – The Lions fell victim to Peyton Manning and the Colts on Sunday to continue their winless season.
Miami Dolphins (9-5) 14 San Francisco 49ers (5-9) 9 – The Dolphins strengthened their position in the AFC East with a win over the Niners on Sunday.
Seattle Seahawks (3-11) 23 St. Louis Rams (2-12) 20 – The Seahawks won the battle of pathetic teams today with a win over the Rams.
New York Jets (9-5) 31 Buffalo Bills (9-5) 27 – Favre and the Jets are making their bid to stay on top in the AFC East.
Houston Texans (7-7) 13 Tennessee Titans (12-2) 12 – The Texans handed the Titans just their 2nd loss on the year.
Pittsburgh Steelers (11-3) 13 Baltimore Ravens (9-5) 9 – The Steelers stole one from the Ravens with a last minute TD.
Carolina Panthers (11-3) 30 Denver Broncos (8-6) 10 – Delhomme and the Panthers looked impressive against the Broncos winning by 20.
Minnesota Vikings (9-5) 35 Arizona Cardinals (8-6) 14 – Jackson threw 4 TD passes to lead the Vikings over the Cardinals today.
New England Patriots (9-5) 49 Oakland Raiders (3-11) 26 – Cassell had 4 TD passes as the Patriots won in impressive fashion over the lowly Raiders.
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The Philadelphia Eagles kept their playoff hopes alive with a win over the NFL East leading New York Giants in week 14. 12/04/08San Diego Chargers (5-8) 34 Oakland Raiders (3-10) 7 – The Chargers started week 14 with a win over the hapless Raiders.
12/07/08Houston Texans (6-7) 24 Green Bay Packers (5-8) 21 – The Packers playoff chances are slipping away as they lost their 8th game of the year.
Minnesota Vikings (8-5) 20 Detroit Lions (0-13) 16 – The Detroit Lions again failed to get their 1st win of the year as the Vikings picked up their 8th win.
Indianapolis Colts (9-4) 35 Cincinnati Bengals (1-11-1) 3 – Peyton Manning’s three TD passes led the Colts to an easy victory over the Bengals today.
Philadelphia Eagles (7-5-1) 20 New York Giants (11-2) 14 – The Eagles upset the Giants today and kept their playoff chances alive in NFC.
Chicago Bears (7-6) 23 Jacksonville Jaguars (4-9) 10 – Orton threw for 219 yards with two TD’s to lead the Bears over the Jaguars for their 7th win of the year.
Tennessee Titans (12-1) 28 Cleveland Browns (4-9) 9 - Kerry Collins continued his steady play as the Titans cruised to their league leading 12th win.
Denver Broncos (8-5) 24 Kansas City Chiefs (2-11) 17 – Cutler was clutch for the Broncos with two TD passes.
San Francisco 49ers (5-8) 24 New York Jets (8-5) 14 – The 49ers surprised a strong New York Jets team today to get their 5th win.
New Orleans Saints (7-6) 29 Atlanta Falcons (8-5) 25 – Drew Brees and Matt Ryan went back and forth today with the Saints eventually hanging on to a lead for their 7th win.
Miami Dolphins (8-5) 16 Buffalo Bills (6-7) 3 – The Dolphins are still a factor in the AFC after beating the Bills today.
New England Patriots (8-5) 24 Seattle Seahawks (2-11) 21 – The Patriots refuse to go away, getting their 8th win today over the Seahawks.
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The Titans and Giants both went to 11-1 this week while the Lions remained winless. 11/27/08Tennessee Titans (11-1) 47 Detroit Lions (0-12) 10 – The Titans bounced back from their first loss of the year and trampled the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving.
Dallas Cowboys (8-4) 34 Seattle Seahawks (2-10) 9 – Romo threw for 331 yards and had 3 TD passes to lead the Cowboys to their eigth win.
Philadelphia Eagles (6-5-1) 48 Arizona Cardinals (7-5) 20 – McNabb’s 4 TD passes were just what the Eagles needed to get past the Cardinals on Thursday.
11/30/08 New York Giants (11-1) 23 Washington Redskins (7-5) 7 – The Giants are 11-1 for the first time ever as they continue to shut down opponents.
Miami Dolphins (7-5) 16 St. Louis Rams (2-10) 12 – The Dolphins look determined to stay in the playoff picture in the AFC with their win over the Rams on Sunday.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-3) 23 New Orleans Saints (6-6) 20 – Jeff Garcia led the Bucs past the Saints today to get their record up to 9-3.
San Francisco 49ers (4-8) 10 Buffalo Bills (6-6) 3 – There was very little offense to speak of in today’s 49ers win over the Bills.
Baltimore Ravens (8-4) 34 Cincinnati Bengals (1-10-1) 3 – Flacco led the Ravens over the Bengals with two TD passes.
Carolina Panthers (9-3) 35 Green Bay Packers (5-7) 31 – Aaron Rodgers had 3 TD’s but couldn’t lead the Packers to victory today.
Indianapolis Colts (8-4) 10 Cleveland Browns (4-8) 6 – A 4th quarter TD led the Colts past the Browns for their 8th win.
Kansas City Chiefs (2-10) 20 Oakland Raiders (3-9) 13 – Atlanta Falcons (8-4) 22 San Diego Chargers (4-8) 16 – Matt Ryan continues to impress as his 2 TD passes sealed the win for the Falcons on Sunday.
Pittsburgh Steelers (9-3) 33 New England Patriots (7-5) 10 – Matt Cassell couldn’t muster up any magic today vs the Steelers as Pittsburgh got their 9th win.
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Matt Cassell is looking more like Tom Brady everyday as the Patriots won in impressive style over the Dolphins today. Check out the highlights from all of the week 12 NFL action below. 11/20/08Pittsburgh Steelers (8-3) 27 Cincinnati Bengals (1-9-1) 10 – Roethlisberger and the Steelers had little trouble getting by the Bengals this week. At 8-3 the Steelers chances in the AFC look great.
11/23/08New York Jets (8-3) 34 Tennessee Titans (10-1) 13 – The Jets continue to prove why they belong at the top of the AFC East. Brett Favre had two TD’s as the Jets handed the Titans their first loss of the year.
Chicago Bears (6-5) 27 St. Louis Rams (2-9) 3 – The Bears held their lead in the NFC North with a win over the Rams today.
Houston Texans (4-7) 16 Cleveland Browns (4-7) 6- The Texans got the best of the Browns on Sunday.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-3) 38 Detroit Lions (0-11) 20 – Tampa Bay kept the Lions winless today and Jeff Garcia had two TD passes for the Bucs.
Baltimore Ravens (7-4) 36 Philadelphia Eagles (5-5-1) 7 – The Eagles’ chances in the NFC East are fading as the Ravens got their seventh win.
Minnesota Vikings (6-5) 30 Jacksonville Jaguars (4-7) 12 – The win put the Vikings over .500 on the year as they look to keep their playoff chances alive.
Dallas Cowboys (7-4) 35 San Francisco 49ers (3-8) 22 – Tony Romo exploded for 341 yards and three TD passes as the Cowboys look to stay near the top of the NFC East.
Buffalo Bills (6-5) 54 Kansas City Chiefs (1-10) 31 – The Bills picked on an inferior opponent in the Chiefs today.
New England Patriots (7-4) 48 Miami Dolphins (6-5) 28 – Matt Cassell had another huge day with three TD passes on 415 passing yards as the Patriots prove they have what it takes to overcome injuries.
New York Giants (10-1) 37 Arizona Cardinals (7-4) 29 – The Giants are making a strong bid at a repeat appearance in the Super Bowl. Manning threw for three TD’s as the Giants won one on the road from a tough Cardinals team.
Oakland Raiders (3-8) 31 Denver Broncos (6-5) 12 – The Raiders upset the Denver Broncos today getting just their 3rd win of the year.
Atlanta Falcons (7-4) 45 Carolina Panthers (8-3) 28 – The Falcons came up big in a win over the Panthers. Michael Turner ran for four TD’s for the Falcons.
Washington Redskins (7-4) 20 Seattle Seahawks (2-9) 17 – The Redskins just got by the Seahawks today with a three point win over Seattle.
Indianapolis Colts (7-4) 23 San Diego Chargers (4-7) 20 – The Colts won this one on an Adam Viniateri Field Goal with time expiring in the 4th quarter.
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The New York Jets and the New England Patriots got week 11 of NFL Football off to an exciting night on Thursday, with NY taking the win and 1st place in the AFC East with an OT win.
11/13/08New York Jets (7-3) 34 New England Patriots (6-4) 31 – Despite a career day for Matt Cassell complete with fourth quarter comeback the Jets were the victors in OT as Favre and company took first place in the AFC East.
11/16/08Miami Dolphins (6-4) 17 Oakland Raiders (2-8) 15 - Chad Pennington and the Dolphins just did squeeze out a two point win over the pitiful Oakland Raiders.
New York Giants (9-1) 30 Baltimore Ravens (6-4) 10 - The Giants rushed for over 200 yards against one of the best rushing defenses in the NFL in the Baltimore Ravens. The Giants are cruising at 9-1.
Indianapolis Colts (6-4) 33 Houston Texans (3-7) 27 - Manning’s 320 yards and two TD passes was enough to put away the Texans as the Colts put themselves back in the playoff picture.
Green Bay Packers (5-5) 37 Chicago Bears (5-5) 3 - The Packers win created a three way tie for first place in the NFC North with the Bears and the Vikings.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-3) 19 Minnesota Vikings (5-5) 13 - Jeff Garcia threw for 255 yards in a winning effort for Tampa Bay today.
Denver Broncos (6-4) 24 Atlanta Falcons (6-4) 20 - The Falcons’ fourth quater comeback bid fell short as the Broncos got their 6th win of the year.
Carolina Panthers (8-2) 31 Detroit Lions (0-10) 22 - The Panthers weren’t going to let the lowly Lions stand in their way of their 8th win. The Lions still haven’t won a game.
New Orleans Saints (5-5) 30 Kansas City Chiefs (1-9) 20 - Drew Brees had 266 passing yards as the Sainst got by the Chiefs today for their 5th win.
Philadelphia Eagles (5-4-1) 13 Cincinnati Bengals (1-8-1) 13 - McNabb threw for 339 yards but couldn’t get the Eagles a win as Philly and the Bengals played the first tie of the NFL season.
Tennessee Titans (10-0) 24 Jacksonville Jaguars (4-6) 14 - The Titans avoided an upset after trailing in the first half. Collins’ three TD passes helped lead the Titans to their tenth victory.
Arizona Cardinals (7-3) 26 Seattle Seahawks (2-8) 20 - Kurt Warner had another huge day throwing for 395 yards in the Cardinals win over Seattle.
San Francisco 49ers (3-7) 35 St. Louis Rams (2-8) 16 - The 49ers were too much for the Rams on Sunday.
Pittsburgh Steelers (7-3) 11 San Diego Chargers (4-6) 10 - The Steelers were able to edge out the Chargers in a snowy game at Pittsburgh today.
Dallas Cowboys (6-4) 14 Washington Redskins (6-4) 10 - Tony Romo enjoyed his first game back from injury with a win over the Redskins.
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The New York Jets and New England Patriots both won on Sunday, setting up a battle of 6-3 teams with 1st place in the AFC East at stake. They’ll meet on Thursday night.
11/9/08 New England Patriots (6-3) 20 Buffalo Bills (5-4) 10 – Matt Cassell had a fine day with 234 passing yards leading the Patriots past the division rival Bills.
Denver Broncos (5-4) 34 Cleveland Browns (3-6) 30 – Cutler had a huge day, throwing three TD’s on 447 passing yards. The win put the Broncos over .500 on the year.
New York Jets (6-3) 47 St. Louis Rams(2-7) 3 – Thomas Jones led the Jets with three TD’s on 149 rushing yards. Favre added 167 passing yards and one TD as the Jets cruised over the Rams today.
Jacksonville Jaguars (4-5) 38 Detroit Lions (0-9) 14 - Garrard led the Jaguars with 238 passing yards and two TD’s. The Lions remain winless and pathetic at 0-9.
Baltimore Ravens (6-3) 41 Houston Texans (3-6) 13 – Joe Flacco threw for 185 yards and two TD passes leading the Ravens over the Texans today.
Miami Dolphins (5-4) 21 Seattle Seahawks(2-7) 19 - Chad Pennington had 209 passing yards and a TD and the Dolphins got past the .500 mark.
Tennessee Titans (9-0) 21 Chicago Bears (5-4) 14 - Kerry Collins and the Titans continued their unlikely win streak beating the Bears to go 9-0 on the year.
Atlanta Falcons (6-3) 34 New Orleans Saints (4-5) 20 – Despite over 400 passing yards, Drew Brees was unable to beat the Falcons today. Matt Ryan had two TD passes.
Minnesota Vikings (5-4) 28 Green Bay Packers (4-5) 27 – The Vikings gained a one game advantage over the Packers in the NFC North while keeping even with the Chicago Bears.
Indianapolis Colts (5-4) 24 Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3) 20 – Peyton Manning threw three TD’s on 240 yards passing outdueling the Steelers’ Roethlisberger for the win.
Carolina Panthers (7-2) 17 Oakland Raiders (2-7) 6 – The Panthers’ win today gave them the lead in the NFC South by one game over the Tampa Bay Bucs.
San Diego Chargers (4-5) 20 Kansas City Chiefs (1-8) 19 – Philip Rivers had 316 passing yards and two Touchdowns to just barely beat the woeful Chiefs.
New York Giants (8-1) 36 Philadelphia Eagles (5-4) 31 - The Giants look determined to get back to the Super Bowl. They got a big win over the Eagles in Philadelphia on Sunday night to get their 8th win of the year.
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Arizona Cardinals (6-3) 29 San Francisco 49ers (2-7) 24 - Kurt Warner continues to dazzle defenses. He threw for 328 yards and 3 TD’s in a nother Cardinals win.
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