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NFL Week 4 Results 2010

Posted by Ace Staff on October 4th, 2010

Week 4 showcased a number of upsets to keep Divisions close all around. The Jacksonville Jaguars shocked the Indianapolis Colts to keep the AFC South interesting. Donovan McNabb led the Washington Redskins to defeat his former Philadelphia Eagles and share a hold of the NFC East lead. The Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are first to rest up with bye weeks now in effect. All week 4 scores are listed below. Sunday, October 3, 2010 Atlanta Falcons 16, San Francisco 49ers 14 – Kicker Matt Bryant split one through the uprights with six seconds remaining for the Falcons to earn their third win of the season. New York Jets 38, Buffalo Bills 14 – LaDainian Tomlinson rushed for 133 yards and two touchdowns from 19 carries. Cleveland Browns 23, Cincinnati Bengals 20 -  Terrell Owens caught 10 passes for an impressive 222 yards, but the Browns were able to hang on for their first victory of the season. Green Bay Packers 28, Detroit Lions 26 – Aaron Rodgers completed 12-of-17 for 181 yards and three touchdowns. (more)

NFL Week 1 Results 2010

Posted by Ace Staff on September 14th, 2010

The first round of football is now complete with the Kansas City Chiefs wrapping Monday night’s events in a surprise 21-14 victory over the San Diego Chargers. The Baltimore Ravens proved their worth after shutting down the outspoken New York Jets in yesterday’s defensive battle. The Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots showcased their offensive abilities, racking up 38 points apiece to start the season at 1-0. Sunday’s biggest upset was the Houston Texans over the Indianapolis Colts to claim the early Division lead. Check for all week 1 scores below! Thursday, September 9, 2010 New Orleans Saints 14, Minnesota Vikings 9 – The Saints rallied with a third quarter touchdown to keep the Super Bowl celebrations alive. Sunday, September 12, 2010 Miami Dolphins 15, Buffalo Bills 10 – The Bills produced their only TD in the fourth quarter, falling short at home against the Division rival Dolphins. Chicago Bears 19, Detroit Lions 14 – Calvin Johnson almost led the Lions to their first away victory in three years but couldn’t secure the football in the end zone, giving the Bears the controversial W. (more)

NFL Week 10 Results

Posted by Ace Staff on November 16th, 2009

This week’s thrilling set of matchups caused for some numerous close battles and upsets. The Jacksonville Jaguars edged out the New York Jets by 2 with a field goal in the final seconds. The Cincinnati Bengals stunned Big Ben and the Pittsburgh Steelers to put themselves at 7-2. Denver QB Kyle Orton fell to injury against Washington for the entire second half, which led to a Redskins 13-0 fourth quarter run. The New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts remained perfect at 9-0 after defeating the St Louis Rams and New England Patriots. Check for all Week 10 scores below. Thursday, November 12, 2009 San Francisco 49ers 10, Chicago Bears 6 – QB Jay Cutler threw for a total of five INT’s, resulting in a San Francisco field goal in the fourth quarter to solidify the W. Sunday, November 15, 2009 Tennessee Titans 41, Buffalo Bills 17 – RB Chris Johnson led the Titans to their third straight victory with 132 yards rushing and 2 TD’s from 26 carries. New Orleans Saints 28, St Louis Rams 23 – The Rams scored a TD with under 3 minutes left, but simply ran out of time to gain any more momentum against a tough Saints defense. Miami Dolphins 25, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23 – Miami racked up 19 points in the first half and barely held off the rallying Bucs offense in the final quarter to win by 2. Minnesota Vikings 27, Detroit Lions 10 – Brett Favre and Sidney Rice connected deep for 200+ yards, as the Vikings defense held Detroit to just 10 total points. Jacksonville Jaguars 24, New York Jets 22 – The Jaguars put the Jets under .500 with a field goal to end the game up 2. Cincinnati Bengals 18, Pittsburgh Steelers 12 – Cincinnati kicker Shayne Graham knocked all four FG attempts through the uprights, as the defense held the Steelers to 3 second half points. Washington Redskins 27, Denver Broncos 17 – The Broncos were held scoreless in the second half with QB Kyle Orton sidelined due to injury. Carolina Panthers 28, Atlanta Falcons 19 – Panthers QB Jake Delhomme threw for 195 yards and 2 TD’s from 15 passes completed. Kansas City Chiefs 16, Oakland Raiders 10 - Oakland started off hot with 10 first quarter points but struggled from there to get anything going. Green Bay Packers 17, Dallas Cowboys 7 – Green Bay turned it on in the fourth with 14 points, redeeming themselves from their dismal showing last week against Tampa Bay. Arizona Cardinals 31, Seattle Seahawks 20 – QB Kurt Warner had another stellar performance, completing 29 passes for 340 yards and 2 TD’s. San Diego Chargers 31, Philadelphia Eagles 23 – RB LaDainian Tomlinson broke out with 96 yards and 2 TD’s rushing. Indianapolis Colts 35, New England Patriots 34 – QB Peyton Manning marched his team down field for 3 fourth quarter TD’s to come back and win by 1. Monday, November 16, 2009 Baltimore Ravens 16, Cleveland Browns 0 – Baltimore scored 16 points in the third quarter as Cleveland’s offense struggled all game. Brady Quinn failed to complete over 100 passing yards while throwing for 2 INT’s. Bye Week Teams: New York Giants, Houston Texans

Jackson Carries Eagles over Redskins

Posted by Ace Staff on October 27th, 2009

Quarterback Donovan McNabb threw for his 200th touchdown pass and surpassed the 30,000 yard mark as the Philadelphia Eagles went on to defeat the Washington Redskins 27-17 Monday night. The win for Philly was a definite step in the right direction after being stunned last week against the Oakland Raiders. DeSean Jackson racked up two TD’s in the first half from a 67-yard run and a 57-yard reception that followed. “I was out there having fun, man, honestly,” said Jackson. “My ankle was kind of hurting. I really didn’t feel it, but it did kind of affect my dance a little bit. I could put it to perfection a little bit better than that.” The Redskins can only look ahead now to their match up with the Atlanta Falcons next Sunday.  “You have to take the bitter with the sweet,” said running back Rock Cartwright. “And right now we’re at a bitter moment.” Philadelphia is just one game behind the New York Giants in the NFC East standings. The two teams will meet on Sunday, November 11th at 1:00 PM.

Lions Stay With Stafford

Posted by Ace Staff on September 24th, 2009

Rookie Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford has not started out exactly how he envisioned.  For his first two NFL starts he threw five interceptions, tying Carolina Panthers Jake Delhomme for most in the league.  The 0-2 Lions have completed just one passing TD so far this season. Coach Jim Schwartz remains optimistic about their situation and with no hesitation has decided to stick with his young quarterback.  “I’m not going to put ourselves past this week when it comes to that. I have a lot of confidence in Matt’s ability, not only as a player, but his ability to lead this team and his ability to help us win,” said Schwartz. “I think he’s going to be our quarterback, he is our quarterback, and we’re all going to be very happy with him as a quarterback.” The 2008 0-16 Lions selected Stafford in the draft over Mark Sanchez, who is currently 2-0 with the New York Jets and assuming the starting QB role quite well.  Detroit fans can see light in the issue through past players and organizations.  Peyton Manning threw six interceptions and two TD’s in his first two weeks with the Indianapolis Colts in 1998. Cowboys legend Troy Aikman got picked four times and threw one TD to start. Stafford is still very young and has a lot to look forward to in the NFL.  No one said it would be easy, but there is still hope for the Detroit Lions.  They will next square off against the Washington Redskins this Sunday at 1:00 pm.  Look for the best Detroit Lions ticket deals right here!

Giants Stand Alone at Top of NFC East

Posted by Ace Staff on November 4th, 2008

After Sunday’s convincing win over the Dallas Cowboys the New York Giants stand alone in first place in the NFC East. The 35-14 victory put the Giants at 7-1 on the year. The Redskins’ loss on Monday night put Washington 2 games behind in the loss column. The Giants are by no means in the clear for winning the division however. They have four NFC East matchups remaining in the 2nd half of the year. They will play the Eagles twice and the Redskins and Cowboys once more. While many expected the Giants to get back to the playoffs this year, few expected them to stand at 7-1 at the midway point. The Giants have won with both offense and defense. They have the most points for in the NFC East with 226 while giving up the fewest points against with 129. The Giants will be at Philadelphia on 11/9 to play the Eagles. New York Giants tickets are available for all remaining games.

Defending Champ Giants Open With Win

Posted by Ace Staff on September 5th, 2008

Despite losing key pieces to their dominant defense in Michael Strahan (retirement) and Osi Umenyiora (injury) the New York Giants defense was on point against the Washington Redskins on opening night. The Giants held the Redskins to just 7 points and 209 total yards. Washington’s offense was only 3 for 13 on 3rd down conversions giving punter Durant Brooks a nice workout. The Giants did all of their offensive damage in the 1st half, scoring a touchdown on their opening drive adding 3 field goals on their next 3 possessions. Plaxico Burress who had just signed an improved contract with the Giants had a great receiving night with 10 receptions good for 133 total yards.