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2003 National Football League Predictions

AFC East
New England-The Patriots made some big additions and should be able to return to the playoff. However, another trip to the Super Bowl is highly unlikely with several strong teams ahead of them in the AFC.
Miami-The Dolphins are too good to fall apart like last year. On paper this is clearly the team to beat in the AFC, and with a solid back up QB the Dolphins will not suffer a collapse this year if QB Jay Fielder gets hurt.
Buffalo-
The Bills could be a sleeper in the AFC if a few teams slip up, but playing in the tough AFC East they will get lost in the struggle as they miss the playoffs while being better then any team in the AFC North.
New York-
Things could not be more stacked up against the Jets who lost several key players in free agency and QB Chad Pennington to injury. Coach Herm Edwards will have to be a miracle worker to get them to playoffs.

AFC North
Baltimore-The Ravens defense will continue to be one of the best in the NFL but with rookie Kyle Boller, and Chris Redman battling for the QB job they wont be able to do any better then 7-9.
Pittsburgh-The seeds for controversy are planted as the Steelers win the NFC North with a losing record while teams with winning record are on the outside looking in.
Cincinnati-
After a 2-14 season last year there is only place to go and that's up, so a 4-12 season will be considered progress and the Bengals are a year away perhaps from turning the corner.
Cleveland-
With the lingering effects of a QB controversy still hanging over the team expect the Browns to struggle and take a major step backward, as their poor defense is exposed.

AFC South
Indianpolis-The Colts struggles in big games will again be the teams downfall as they lose several key games during the season, and miss the playoffs with a better record the the Steelers.
Tennessee-Expect the TItans to continue to be one of the top teams in the AFC again with a legitimate shot to return to the AFC Championship Game.
Jacksonville-
With new Coach Jack Del Rio the Jaguars are clearly in a year of transition as QB Mark Brunell, who has been there since the very beginning is on the way out, as Byron Leftwich takes over.
Houston-
The Texans will continue to experience growing pains in their second season as they try to build an offensive line around a solid young offense.

AFC West
Kansas City-The Chiefs are the trendy pick in the AFC with one of the top offenses in the NFL. Expect them to be one of the top teams in the AFC all season, making it to the AFC Championship.
Denver-
Expect Jake Plummer to finally capitalize on his potential with a better team around him, as he guides the Broncos into the playoffs, after toiling in Arizona, with the pathetic Cardinals.
San Diego-
The Chargers continue to be an the fringe of the contenders of the AFC despite having a solid young offense, as the team struggles to replace several key veteran departures on defense.
Oakland-
After their crushing loss in the Super Bowl the Raiders are a year older and not a year better. Expect them to suffer Super Bowl hangover and a mediocre season.

Wild Cards Miami, Tennessee
Playoffs Indianapolis d. Tennessee, Miami d. Pittsburgh; Kansas City d. Miami, New England d. Indianapolis; New England d. Kansas City

NFC East
Philadelphia-After falling 1 game short of the Super Bowl two years in a row, it would not be hard to imagine the Eagles experiencing a let down. Entering Lincoln Financial Field the Eagles will win the NFC East again, but wont go far in the playoffs.
New York-After a string finish Giants fans have high expectations and hopes of a division title. However, the Giants inconsistent play will catch up with them as they struggle through a disappointing season.
Washington-Before the Redskins take a step forward Coach Steve Spurrier must learn patience dealing with your Quarterback Patrick Ramsey, and must take the good with the bad, and avoid more of the QB carousel.
Dallas-Not even Bill Parcells could win with Quincy Carter and Chad Hutchinson starting at Quarterback. Expect the Cowboys to show flashes, but finish 5-11 again, before finally acquiring a franchise QB next year.

NFC South
Atlanta-All the Falcons need to do is stay afloat in September while Michael Vick heals. Upon his return the Falcons immediately become a legit Super Bowl contender that could go as far as the NFC Champions. 
Tampa Bay-In year 2 under Jon Gruden the Buccaneers could be even better as his infectious intensity will keep the defending Champs hungry, which is always the recipe a team needs to repeat.
New Orleans-The Saints suffered one of the worst late season crashes in NFL history. This year they will struggle from the outset playing no better the .500 ball all season as they get buried in a tough division.
Carolina-Despite having one of the best defenses in the NFL, the Panthers are a team heading for nowhere with Rodney Peete starting at QB expect Stephan Davis to be a strong RB, but no improvement for overall.

NFC North
Green Bay-Brett Favre is beginning to show his age and the Packers are no longer a powerhouse. However they will easily win the weak NFC North again, but will likely have another quick playoff exit.
Chicago-The Bears are back home at Soldier Field, but no better off then last year. Injuries to offense line will expose the Bears weaknesses at RB, as the signing of Kordell Stewart becomes a big free agent bust.
Detroit-Expect the young Lions to make big strides under new Coach Steve Marriucci who is well known for making young Quarterbacks into winners. Expect 2nd year QB Joey Harrington to make the Pro Bowl.
Minnesota-Without Michael Bennett the Vikings could be in a word of hurt, putting the weight of the entire offense on the passing game, and porous defense. Expect better play but not better results.

NFC West
St. Louis-Expect the Rams to bounce back and return to the playoffs. However they will not come close to making it back to the Super Bowl, as age will catch up with them at the end of the season.
Seattle-Every year a team comes out of nowhere to contend for the Super Bowl, this year it will be the Seahawks who finished last season on a strong note and have a strong balanced offense with a good defense.
San Francisco-The 49ers will regret firing Steve Marriucci, as they struggle all season and lose 10 games. One major area of concern must be the health of QB Jeff Garcia who hobbled through the preseason with a sore back.
Arizona-The signing of Emmitt Smith make no sense any where as the Cards let their best QB and WRs go to sign Smith, who will regret not retiring, while suffering on a team that could go winless.

Wild Cards Tampa Bay, Seattle
Playoffs Philadelphia d. Tampa Bay, Atlanta d. Seattle; Green Bay d. Atlanta, St. Louis d. Philadelphia; Green Bay d. St. Louis

Super Bowl Green Bay d. New England



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TEAMS                    1    2    3    4    TOTAL    REC
New York Jets            0    0    7   14      21     0-1
Washington Redskins     14    3    0    6      23     1-0

Scoring
1 10:00  Cartwright 6 run (Hall Kick)                 0-7
1 5:00   Ramsey-Gardner 10 pass (Hall Kick)           0-14
2 0:45   Hall 45 FG                                   0-17
3 7:00   Pennington-Conway 7 pass (Brien Kick)        7-17
4 7:15   Martin 3 run (Brien Kick)                   14-17
4 4:15   Hall 38 FG                                  14-20
4 2:45   Pennington-Moss 59 pass (Brien Kick)        21-20
4 0:00   Hall 45 FG                                  21-23

Statistics        Jets            Redskins
First Downs       17              21        
Rushing           28-112          31-156
Passing           16-23-206-2-1   20-32-249-0-0
Total Yards       328             405
Turnovers         1               0
Sacks             2--17           2--18
Penalties         1-5             1-15

PASSING 
New York
Pennington 16-23-206-2-1. Washington Ramsey 20-32-249-0-0.

RUSHING
New York
Martin 23-102-17, Askew 1-6-6, Jordan 4-4-2. Washington Candidate 18-56-14, Cartwright 8-338, Betts 5-20-7, Morton 2-13-7, Ramsey 1-4-4.

RECEIVING
New York
Moss 5-110-59, Comway 4-42-15, Chrebet 3-28-12, Martin 3-23-8, Baker 1-3-3. Washington Gardner 7-113-38, Coles 6-66-13, McCants 5-54-13, Johnson 2-16-10.

PUNTING
New York
Stryzinski 2-80-41-0. Washington Barker 1-42-42-0.

PUNT RETURN 
New York
Moss 0-0-0-1. Washington Morton 1-21-21-2.

KICK RETURN
New York
Bates 4-77-24, Carter 1-19-19. Washington Morton 4-84-24.

SACKS
New York
Jones, Thomas. Washington Upshaw, Dalton.

INTERCEPTIONS
New York None. Washington Smoot 1-12-12.

MISSED FIELD GOALS
New York
None. Washington Hall 54, 20



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TEAMS                    1    2    3    4    TOTAL    REC
Minnesota Vikings        0    3    0    0      3      0-1
Green Bay Packers       10    7   21    3     41      1-0

Scoring
1 4:14  Longwell 23 FG                                0-3
1 1:15  Harris 69 interception return (Longwell Kick) 0-10
2 2:15  Elling 38 FG                                  3-10
2 0:15  Green 1 run (Longwell Kick)                   3-17
3 12:00 Davenport 14 run (Longwell Kick)              3-24
3 8:30  Green 14 run (Longwell Kick)                  3-31
3 0:15  Fisher 11 run (Longwell Kick)                 3-38
4 4:45  Longwell 28 FG                                3-41 

Statistics        Vikings         Packers
First Downs       15              27        
Rushing           22-89           36-242
Passing           16-28-206-0-1   13-25-140-0-0
Total Yards       295             382
Turnovers         2               0
Sacks             0-0             8--34
Penalties         9-55            1-5

PASSING 
Minnesota
 Culpepper 16-28-206-0-1. Green Bay Favre 13-25-140-0-0.

RUSHING 
Minnesota
 Williams 12-37-13, Bennett 3-24-16, Smith 5-19-16, Culpepper 2-9-6. Green Bay Green 18-149-014, Davenport 9-55-15, Fisher 8-38-15, Henderson 1-0-0.

RECEIVING
Minnesota
 Moss 6-80-18, Williams 4-60-42, Burleson 3-32-15, Campbell 2-23-11, Bates 1-11-11. Green Bay Ferguson 4-39-15, Driver 4-38-12, Henderson 2-36-29, Franks 2-15-9, Green 1-2-2.

PUNTING
Minnesota
 Johnson 5-189-48-0. Green Bay Bidwell 2-88-44-0.

PUNT RETURN 
Minnesota
 Howry 2-16-16-0. Green Bay Chatman 2-12-12-2.

KICK RETURN
Minnesota
 Smith 104-28, Avery 2-33-20. Green Bay Davenport 1-26-26, Chatman 1-19-19.

SACKS
Minnesota
 None. Green Bay Gabaji-Biamala 2, Navies 2.

INTERCEPTIONS
Minnesota None. Green Bay Harris 1-69-69*.

MISSED FIELD GOALS
Minnesota
 None. Green Bay None.



-- Edited by Markfranthony on Friday 22nd of January 2016 06:40:42 PM

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TEAMS                    1    2    3    4    TOTAL    REC
St. Louis Rams          14    0    7    7     28      1-0
New York Giants          0    0    0    0      0      0-1

Scoring
1 10:00  Faulk 4 run (Wilkins Kick)                   7-0
1 0:15   Faulk 23 run (Wilkins Kick)                 14-0
3 2:00   Bulger-Looker 10 pass (Wilkins Kick)        21-0 
4 14:45  Bulger-Holt 22-pass (Wilkins Kick)          28-0

Statistics        Rams            Giants
First Downs       17              13        
Rushing           20-56           15-58
Passing           18-23-190-2-1   12-25-96-0-0
Total Yards       246             154
Turnovers         2               1
Sacks             4--35           1--8
Penalties         1-2             4-25

PASSING 
St. Louis
 Bulger 18-23-198-2-1. New York Manning 12-25-131-0-0.

RUSHING 
St. Louis
 Faulk 13-15-23, Harris 3-21-17, Gordon 2-9-7, Manumaleuna 1-9-9, Bulger 1-2-2. New York Barber 12-52-14, Levins 2-0-0..

RECEIVING
St. Louis
 Holt 6-78-22*, Looker 5-53-14, Faulk 2-29-22, Bruce 2-17-12, Furrey 2-13-8, Cleeland 1-8-8. New York Toomer 3-37-14, Shockey 3-36-13, Hilliard 3-30-11, Barber 2-21-15, Levins 1-7-7.

PUNTING
St. Louis
 Landeta 2-83-45-0. New York Feagles 3-132-49-0-1BL.

PUNT RETURN 
St. Louis
 Furrey 2-19-12-0. New York Groce 1-0-0-0.

KICK RETURN
St. Louis
 Harris 1-30-30, Joyce 2-28-15. New York Mitchell 2-38-19.

SACKS
St. Louis
 Little, Foley, Wistrom, Young. New York Jones.

INTERCEPTIONS
St. Louis None. New York Jones 1-13-13.

MISSED FIELD GOALS
St. Louis
 None. New York Bryant 46.



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TEAMS                    1    2    3    4    TOTAL    REC
New England Patriots     7   21    0    0      28     1-0
Buffalo Bills            0   10    7    0      17     0-1

Scoring
1 8:15   Brady-Fauria 9 pass (Vinatieri kick)         7-0
2 10:30  Brady-Givens 44 pass (Vinatieri Kick)       14-0 
2 7:45   Bledsoe-Henry 9 p[ass (Lindell Kick)        14-7 
2 2:00   Brady-Branch 22 pass (Vinatieri Kick)       21-7
2 0:45   Brady-Graham 9 pass (Vinatieri Kick)        28-7
2 0:00   Lindell 32 FG                               28-10 
4 2:45   Bledsoe-Moulds 21 pass (Lindell Kick)       28-17

Statistics        Patriots        Bills
First Downs       13              14        
Rushing           25-92           13-27
Passing           16-29-176-4-0   18-38-185-2-1
Total Yards       268             212
Turnovers         0               3
Sacks             2--16           5--42
Penalties         4-35            3-15

PASSING 
New England
 Brady 15-28-218-4-0. Buffalo Bledsoe 18-38-201-2-1.

RUSHING 
New England
 Fulk 8-45-23, Smith 11-26-7, Cloud 6-21-7. Buffalo Henry 13-27-7.

RECEIVING
New England
 Branch 6-77-22*, Givens 3-69-44*, Faulk 3-33-16, Graham 2-17-9, Brown 1-13-13, Fauria 1-9-9*. Buffalo Moulds 8-85-21*, Reed 6-66-15, Henry 2-28-19, Shaw 2-22-11.

PUNTING
New England
 Walter 6-239-43. Buffalo Mooreman 4-169-45.

PUNT RETURN 
New England
 Brown 1-23-23-2, Faulk 1-13-13-0. Buffalo Brown 3-6-2-3.

KICK RETURN
New England
 Johnson 1-29-29. Buffalo Brown 4-181-75-1F.

SACKS
New England
 Vrabel, Seymour. Buffalo Adams, Prioleau, Clements, Spikes, Williams.

INTERCEPTIONS
New England Harrison 1-10-10. Buffalo None.

MISSED FIELD GOALS
New England
 Vinatieri 30. Buffalo Lindell 48.



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TEAMS                    1    2    3    4    TOTAL    REC
San Diego Chargers       3    0    2    0      5      0-1
Kansas City Chiefs       3   24    7    7     41      1-0

Scoring
1 9:15   Anderson 37 FG                               0-3
1 3:00   Christie 35 FG                               3-3
2 13:00  Green-Holmes 14 pass (Anderson Kick)         3-10 
2 10:00  Green-Kennison 7 pass (Anderson Kick)        3-17
2 4:15   Holmes 1 run (Anderson Kick)                 3-24
2 0:45   Anderson 31 FG                               3-27 
3 2:45   Hall 98 punt return (Anderson Kick)          3-34
3 1:00   Safety Holmes tackled in end zone            5-34
4 11:30  Johnson 4 run (Anderson Kick)                5-41

Statistics        Chargers        Chiefs
First Downs       9               13        
Rushing           13-71           38-185
Passing           17-38-123-3-0   13-23-120-2-0
Total Yards       194             305
Turnovers         3               0
Sacks             1--8            1--8
Penalties         6-54            3-25

PASSING 
San Diego
 Brees 13-25-104-0-2, Flutie 4-13-27-0-1. Kansas City Green 13-23-128-2-0.

RUSHING 
San Diego
 Tomlinson 11-70-38, Neal 2--1-0. Kansas City Holmes 15-68-18, Blaylock 6-48-16, Johnson 9-22-6, Richardson 9-18-6.

RECEIVING
San Diego
 Gates 7-75-15, Tomlinson 4-17-18, Osgood 3-17-7, Pelle 2-9-6, Boston 1-13-13. Kansas City Gonzalez 5-62-94, Holmes 4-30-14*, Morton 1-12-12, Parker 1-10-10, Kennison 1-7-7*, Richardson 1-7-7*.

PUNTING
San Diego
 Bennett 5-192-43-0. Kansas City Barker 6-236-48-1.

PUNT RETURN 
San Diego
 Johnson 3-15-7-0, Parker 3-10-5-0. Kansas City Hall 5-153-98*-1.

KICK RETURN
San Diego
 Johnson 4-132-60, Dwight 4-68-24. Kansas City Hill 2-40-21.

SACKS
San Diego
 Wiley. Kansas City Barber.

INTERCEPTIONS
San Diego
 None. Kansas City McLeon 1-20-20, Barber 1-12-12, Warfield 1-10-10.

MISSED FIELD GOALS
San Diego
 None. Kansas City None.



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TEAMS                    1    2    3    4    TOTAL    REC
Jacksonville Jaguars    10    7    0   10     27      1-0
Carolina Panthers       10    3    7    3     23      0-1

Scoring
1 12:30  Leftwich-Johnson 24 pass (Marler Kick)       7-0
1 5:45   Casey 45 FG                                  7-3
1 1:45   Marler 45 FG                                 10-3 
1 1:30   Smart 88 yard kickoff return (Caskey Kick)   10-10
2 12:00  Casey 49 FG                                  10-13
2 0:00   Leftwich-J. Smith 43 pass (Marler Kick)      17-13 
3 7:45   Foster 1 run (Casey Kick)                    17-20
4 11:15  Marler 42 FG                                 20-20
4 7:30   Casey 37 FG                                  20-23
4 0:45   Taylor 2 run (Marler Kick)                   27-23

Statistics        Jaguars         Panthers
First Downs       23              17        
Rushing           27-123          29-87
Passing           19-39-238-2-1   10-22-122-0-0
Total Yards       351             217
Turnovers         2               0
Sacks             1--8            0-0
Penalties         8-90            9-84

PASSING 
Jacksonville
 Leftwich 19-39-238-2-1. Carolina Delhomme 10-22-130-0-0.

RUSHING 
Jacksonville taylor 24-97-25, Toefield 3-26-20. Carolina Davis 22-84-21, Foster 7-3-10.

RECEIVING
Jacksonville Smith 6-106-42*, Johnson 6-77-24, Edwards 3-24-10, Taylor 2-10, 7, Brady 1-11-11, Hatchette 1-10-10. Carolina Muhammad 3-62-29, Davis 3-30-14, Smith 2-26-15, Proehl 2-12-8.

PUNTING
Jacksonville Royals 5-202-45-0. Carolina Sauerbrun 6-261-46-0.

PUNT RETURN 
Jacksonville Allen 4-39-13-0. Carolina Smith 2-14-15-2.

KICK RETURN
Jacksonville Allen 3-59-24, Toefield 3-57-24. Carolina Smart 2-116-88*, Smith 1-22-22.

SACKS
Jacksonville Henderson. Carolina None.

INTERCEPTIONS
Jacksonville None. Carolina Minter 1-0-0.

MISSED FIELD GOALS
Jacksonville None. Carolina None.



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TEAMS                    1    2    3    4    TOTAL    REC
Houston Texans           3    0   14   10     27      1-0
Miami Dolphins           7    0    0    0      7      0-1

Scoring
1 9:15   Brown 51 FG                                  3-0
1 3:15   Williams 1 run                               3-7
3 11:45  Davis 24 (Brown Kick)                        10-7 
3 6:15   Carr 1 run (Brown Kick)                      17-7
4 13:45  Brown 45 FG                                  20-7
4 8:00   Davis 37 run                                 27-7 

Statistics        Texans          Dolphins
First Downs       22              14        
Rushing           36-164          28-129
Passing           19-25-209-0-1   10-25-81-0-0
Total Yards       381             210
Turnovers         1               1
Sacks             2--17           1--8
Penalties         4-40            11-78

PASSING 
Houston
 Carr 19-25-217-0-1. Miami Fielder 10-25-0-0-98.

RUSHING 
Houston Davis 19-128-37*, Carr 1-19-19, Mack 14-13-5, Hollings 2-4-4 . Miami Williams 24-122-30, Minor 4-7-5.

RECEIVING
Houston Johnson 6-76-19, Davis 7-52-12, Miller 3-34-17, Hollings 1-29-29, Gaffney 1-11-11, Bradford 1-4-4. Miami chambers 3-44-16, McKnight 2-20-12, McMichael 2-9-7, Gadsen 1-12-12, Williams 1-9-9, Minor 1-4-4.

PUNTING
Houston Stanley 2-98-55-0. Miami Turk 4-146-48-1.

PUNT RETURN 
Houston Moses 4-14-9-0. Miami Smith 1-21-21-0, Rogers 1-12-12-0.

KICK RETURN
Houston None. Miami Minor 4-82-23, Rogers 2-34-19.

SACKS
Houston DeLoach 2. Miami Thomas.

INTERCEPTIONS
Houston None. Miami Knight 1-0-0.

MISSED FIELD GOALS
Houston None. Miami None.



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Ok, I am going to sound incredibly naive, but when you list rushing yards as: Davis 9-28-37*, how do you read that?  I thought it was 9 carries for 28 yards with a long of 37 yards that went for a touchdown.  But that would mean other 8 carries he lost 9 yards.  Am I misreading this?



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OOPS ... It was supposed to be 19 carries 128 yards and a long of 37 yards for a touchdown...YOU ARE CORRECT ON HOW TO READ THE LINE. It was my mistake!! He would have had the weirdest game in NFL history of he had 8 carries for -9 yards...lol...

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TEAMS                    1    2    3    4    TOTAL    REC
Pittsburgh Steelers      3   10    0    7     20      1-0
Baltimore Ravens         2    7    3    0     12      0-1

Scoring
1 10:45  Reed 49 FG                                   3-0
1 4:30   Safety Miller punt blocked in end zone       3-2
2 8:30   Reed 25 FG                                   6-2 
2 7:00   Lewis 61 run (Stover Kick)                   6-9
2 3:00   Batch-Burruss 8 pass (Reed Kick)             13-9
3 0:00   Stover 31 FG                                 13-12 
4 6:30   Bettis 9 run (Reed Kick)                     20-12 

Statistics        Steelers        Ravens
First Downs       16              14        
Rushing           42-95           22-116
Passing           13-28-116-1-1   14-26-137-0-2
Total Yards       211             253
Turnovers         1               2
Sacks             3--24           3--24
Penalties         8-65            2-10

PASSING 
Pittsburgh
 batch 12-26-127-1-1, Maddox 1-2-13-0-0. 
Baltimore Boller 14-26-161-0-2.

RUSHING 
Pittsburgh Bettis 25-84-15, Zereque 12-15-6, Kreider 1-1-1, Batch 4--3-0, . Baltimore Lewis 18-110-61*, Taylor 3-6-4, Smith 1-0-0.

RECEIVING
Pittsburgh Ward 5-55-13, Burres 4-46-13, Bettis 2-19-10, Randle-El 1-11-11, Zereque 1-9-9. Baltimore heap 7-80-24, Taylor 3-32-11, Robinson 2-10-7, Jones 1-24-24, Lewis 1-15-15.

PUNTING
Pittsburgh Miller 6-220-41-2-1BL. Baltimore Zastufil 7-268-45-2.

PUNT RETURN 
Pittsburgh Randle-El 4-29-13-1. Baltimore Brightful 3-13-9-1.

KICK RETURN
Pittsburgh Taylor 4-100-53. Baltimore Brightful 1-19-19.

SACKS
Pittsburgh Farrior, Bell, Gilden. Baltimore Lewis, Boulware, Hartwell.

INTERCEPTIONS
Pittsburgh Logan 1-15-15, Porter 1-4-4. Baltimore McAllister 1-15-15.

MISSED FIELD GOALS
Pittsburgh None. Baltimore Stover 54.

 


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TEAMS                1     2     3     4     TOTAL     REC

Indianapolis Colts  14    17    14     3      48       1-0

Cleveland Browns     0     0     0     7       7       0-1

 

Scoring

1 12:00 Manning-Clark 7 pass (Vanderjagt Kick)            7-0

1 3:45  Manning-Clark 8 pass (Vanderjagt Kick)           14-0

2 9:30  Vanderjagt 45 FG                                 17-0

2 6:30  Harper 43 interception return (Vanderjagt Kick)  24-0

2 0:45  James 1 run (Vanderjagt Kick)                    31-0

3 5:30  Manning-Harrison 4 pass (Vanderjagt Kick)        38-0

3 0:15  Harper 106 interception return (Vanderjagt Kick) 45-0

4 8:45  Vanderjagt 33 FG                                 48-0

4 3:45  Green 1 run (Dawson Kick)                        48-7

Team Statistics     Colts           Browns
First Downs         23              24 
Rushing             26-110          23-65
Passing             21-28-254-3-0   25-45-297-0-2

Total Yards         364             362
Turnovers           0               3
Sacks               1--9            2--17

Penalties           3-35            2-30

 

Passing
Indianpolis Manning 21-28-254-3-0. Cleveland Holcomb 17-32-203-0-2; Couch 8-13-94-0-0.

 

Rushing
Indianapolis James 11-68-18, Williams 5-25-10, Rhodes 5-13-5, Manning 4-5-5, Mungro 1--1--1. Cleveland Green 16-56-7, Jackson 7-9-5.

 

Receiving
Indianapolis Wayne 5-95-38, Harrison 4-31-12, Walters 3-30-15, Rhodes 2-29-16, Pollard 2-17-13, Clark 2-13-8, James 1-16-16, Stockley 1-14-014, Williams 1-7. Cleveland Northcut 10-138-38, Morgan 6-70-17, Davis 6-62-14, King 1-13-13, Green 1-8-8, Sanders 1-6-6.

 

Kick Return

Indianapolis Rhodes 1-20-20. Cleveland Davis 7-126-21, Suggs 2-42-21.

 

Punt Return
Indianapolis Pyatt 1-11-11. Cleveland Northcut 1-0-0.

 

Punting
Indianpolis Smith 2-77-43-1. Cleveland Gardocki 3-100-42-0.

 

Sacks

Indianapolis Washington. Cleveland Taylor, Warren.

 

Interceptions
Indianapolis Harper 2-134-91. Cleveland None.

 

Missed Field Goals
Indianapolis None. Cleveland Dawson 36, 24.



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TEAMS                   1     2     3     4     TOTAL     REC

Arizona Cardinals       7     7     6     0      20       0-1
Detroit Lions           7    17     7     0      31       1-0

 

Scoring

1 11:30 Harrison-Bryson 2 pass (Hanson Kick)              0-7        

1 2:15  Shipp 17 run (Rackers Kick)                       7-7

2 5:45  Blake-Boldin 9 pass (Rackers Kick)               14-7

2 3:00  Harrington-Gary 10 pass (Hanson Kick)            14-14

2 1:00  Harrington-Fitzsimmons 9 pass (Hanson Kick)      14-21

2 0:00  Hanson 31 FG                                     14-24

3 7:15  Harrington 1 run (Hanson Kick)                   14-31

3 0:45  Blake-Boldin 8 pass (Kick Failed)                20-31


Team Statistics     Cardinals       Lions
First Downs         21              19 
Rushing             28-125          18-61
Passing             25-41-199-2-1   24-40-272-2-0

Total Yards         324             333
Turnovers           3               0
Sacks               2--16           2--18

Penalties           4-26            6-50

 

Passing
Arizona Blake 25-41-217-2-1. Detroit Harrington 24-40-288-2-0.

 

Rushing
Arizona Shipp 20-65-17, Smith 7-41-31, Blake 1-19-19. Detroit Gary 13-52-9, Schlesinger 1-5-5, Bryson 2-3-3, Harrington 1-1-1*, Pinner 1-0-0.

 

Receiving
Arizona Boldin 10-90-12, Jones 5-37-12, Shipp 4-36-18, Johnson 2-31-27, Gilmore 2-14-8, Smith 2-9-5. Detroit Ricks 4-68-50, Gary 4-52-22, Hakim 4-40-16, Schlesinger 3-20-7, Rogers 2-46-41, Fitzsimmons 2-22-13, Anderson 2-20-15, Bryson 2-12-10, Schroeder 1-6-6.

 

Kick Return

Arizona Scoby 5-01-31. Detroit None.

 

Punt Return
Arizona Boldin 2-6-6-0. Detroit Swinton 2-37-27-0.

 

Punting
Arizona Player 3-143-60-0. Detroit Harris 4-148-43-2.

 

Sacks

Arizona Fisher, Bell. Detroit Porcher, Holmes.

 

Interceptions
Arizona None. Detroit Bly 1-13-13.

 

Missed Field Goals
Arizona None. Detroit Hanson 49.



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TEAMS                   1     2     3     4     TOTAL     REC

Denver Broncos          3     7    14     6      30       1-0
Cincinnati Bengals      0     6     7     0      13       0-1

 

Scoring

1 6:00  Elam 43 FG                                        3-0     

2 1:15  Graham 38 FG                                      3-3

2 0:45  Plummer-Smith 73 pass (Elam Kick)                10-3

2 0:00  Graham 37 FG                                     10-6

3 13:30 R. Smith 63 punt return (Elam Kick)              17-6

3 6:45  Plummer-Smith 9 pass (Elam Kick)                 24-6

3 1:30  Dillon 14 run (Graham Kick)                      24-13

4 12:15 Elam 47 FG                                       27-13
4 1:15  Elam 18 FG                                       30-13


Team Statistics     Broncos         Bengals
First Downs         18              16 
Rushing             33-164          29-79
Passing             12-22-180-2-0   18-32-222-0-0

Total Yards         344             301
Turnovers           1               0
Sacks               3--24           2--16

Penalties           2-10            6-35

 

Passing
Denver Plummer 12-22-196-2-0. Cincinnati Kitna 18-32-246-0-0.

 

Rushing
Denver Portis 23-141-18, Griffin 9-23-8, Anderson 1-0-0. Cincinnati R. Johnson 13-47-16, Dillon 16-32-14*.

 

Receiving
Denver Smith 7-150-73*, Portis 2-18-13, Sharpe 2-17-13, McCaffrey 1-11-11. Cincinnati C. Johnson 7-119-35, Warrick 6-74-32, Schobel 2-28-17, Dillon 2-19-15, Washington 1-6-6.

 

Kick Return

Denver Cole 23-37-20, Droughns 1-17-17. Cincinnati Bennett 4-70-21, Watson 1-13-13.

 

Punt Return
Denver R. Smith 2-70-63*-2, O'Neal 2-11-9-0. Cincinnati Warrick 2-17-12-1.

 

Punting
Denver Knorr 4-177-46-1. Cincinnati Richardson 7-272-44-1.

 

Sacks

Denver Pryce 2, Sykes. Cincinnati Hardy 2.

 

Interceptions
Denver None. Cincinnati None.

 

Missed Field Goals
Denver None. Cincinnati None.

 

Injuries
Denver 
None Cincinnati R. Johnson (4)



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