2007 NFL Week 10

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  1. backrow

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    Offense

    RUNNINGBACKS:

    Derek Schouman, HB Bills: IR

    Luke Lawton, FB Colts: still between practice and active squad

    John Kuhn, FB Packers: NSA

    Korey Hall, Packers: 1 catch for 6 yards

    Brad Hoover, FB Panthers: NSA

    Kyle Eckel, FB/RB Patriots: BYE

    Heath Evans, FB/RB Patriots: BYE

    Brian Leonard, RB Rams: only 2 carries for 6 yards and 2 catches for 16 yards

    Mike Karney, FB Saints: NSA

    Dan Kreider, FB Steelers: IA, INJ

    Jeff Dugan, HB Vikings: NSA

    Garrett Mills, HB Vikings: IA, AGAIN... will he ever play for Vikings, or did they just want to steal him away from Patriots??? [​IMG]


    WIDE RECEIVERS:

    Mike Hass, Bears: IA, AGAIN... this is beyond me. f**k Lovie Smith and his idiocy of keeping the best pure wide receiver on the team in street clothes. [​IMG]

    Brandon Stokley, Broncos: only 2 catches for 36 yards... Cutler needs to get him a ball...

    Joe Jurevicius, Browns: 5-44

    Jerhame Urban, Cardinals: NSA [​IMG]

    Anthony Gonzalez, Colts: IA, INJ

    Greg Camarillo, Dolphins: NSA

    Kevin Curtis, Eagles: a very disappointing 3 catches for 20 yards. McNabb overlooked Kevin today...

    Wes Welker, Patriots: BYE

    Matt Jones, Jaguars: IA... wtf is going on with Del Rio? he's not even their emergency quarterback

    Mike Furrey, Lions: second on the team with 5 catches for 64 yards [​IMG]

    Tim Dwight, Raiders: 1 carry for 2 yards and 5 punt returns for an average of 5, also had a kick return for 30 yards

    Drew Bennett, Rams: 4 catches for 37 yards and a TD [​IMG]

    Dane Looker, Rams: NSA

    David Anderson, Texans: BYE

    Kevin Walter, Texans: BYE


    TIGHT ENDS:

    Greg Olsen, Bears: NSA, was targeted a few times but no balls got to him [​IMG]

    Nate Lawrie, Bengals: NSA

    Nate Jackson, Broncos: NSA

    Tony Scheffler, Broncos: 4-31

    Troy Bienemann, Cardinals: NSA

    Scott Chandler, Chargers: IA, AGAIN [​IMG] do Chargers only ever need Gates at TE? Chandler hasn't been active yet this season!

    Dallas Clark, Colts: IA, INJ [​IMG]

    Ben Utecht, H-Back Colts: 3-30

    Jason Witten, Cowboys: shut down by Giants, only 2-12 [​IMG]

    Anthony Fasano, Cowboys: 1-9

    Justin Peele, Dolphins: 2-15

    Brent Celek, Eagles: NSA

    Matt Schobel, Eagles: NSA

    Kevin Boss, Giants: his first NFL catch went for 18 yards

    Jeremy Shockey, Giants: his first 100 yard game since 2005, finally used as a main receiving threat that he should be game in and game out. he had career high 12 catches for 129 yards and a TD! [​IMG]

    Greg Estandia, Jaguars: 1-9

    Sean Ryan, Jets: BYE

    Sean McHugh, Lions: NSA

    Casey Fitzsimmons, Lions: 2-27

    Jeff King, Panthers: 2-31

    Kyle Brady, Patriots: BYE

    Joe Klopfenstein, Rams: NSA, used mostly as a blocker

    Zach Miller, Raiders: led the team with 4 catches for 43 yards

    John Madsen, Raiders: NSA

    Todd Heap, Ravens: finally back after over a month of absence. had 4 catches for 38 yards

    Quinn Sypniewski, Ravens: 1-7

    Chris Cooley, Redskins: 5-33

    Eric Johnson, Saints: 3 catches for 38 yards and a TD, all on Saints last drive.es

    Will Heller, Seahawks: 3 for 5, 1 TD

    Heath Miller, Steelers: 5 catches for 71 yards and a game winning TD [​IMG]

    Matt Spaeth, Steelers: NSA

    Jerame Tuman, Steelers: IA

    Owen Daniels, Texans: BYE

    Jeb Putzier, Texans: BYE

    Joel Dreessen, Texans: BYE

    Ben Hartsock, Titans: 1-9



    Defense

    DEFENSIVE TACKLES:

    Kyle Williams, Bills: 2 tackles

    Chris Hovan, Bucs: BYE

    Ross Kolodziej, Cardinals: IA

    Chris Cooper, DE/DT Cardinals: IA

    Ryon Bingham, Chargers: 1 tackle

    Dan Klecko, DT/FB Colts: NSA

    Quinn Pitcock, Colts: 2 tackles

    Derek Landri, Jaguars: 2 tackles

    Mike Wright, Patriots: BYE

    Adam Carriker, Rams: 1 tackle

    Kelly Gregg, Ravens: 7 tackles

    Justin Bannan, Ravens: 3 tackles

    Ryan Boschetti, Redskins: IA, AGAIN [​IMG]

    Brian Young, Saints: IA, INJ - out indefinitely with arthroscopic knee surgery

    Craig Terrill, Seahawks: 1 tackle

    Chris Hoke, Steelers: NSA

    Travis Kirschke, Steelers: 1 tackle

    Jeff Zgonina, Texans: BYE


    DEFENSIVE ENDS:

    Justin Smith, Bengals: 3 tackles, 1 sack (only his second of the season)

    Aaron Schobel, Bills: 2 tackles

    Chris Kelsay, Bills: 4 tackles, 1 sack

    Ryan Denney, Bills: 5 tackles

    John Engelberger, Broncos: 1 tackle

    Paul Carrington, Broncos: IA, first week with a team

    Josh Mallard, Broncos: 1 tackle

    Simon Fraser, Browns: 1 tackle

    Igor Olshansky, Chargers: 2 tackles, 1 for a loss

    Luis Castillo, Chargers: IA, INJ

    Jared Allen, Chiefs: 2 tackles, 1 sack

    Josh Thomas, Colts: NSA

    Jeff Charleston, Colts: NSA

    Rob Ninkovich, Dolphins: IA, AGAIN [​IMG]

    Matt Roth, Dolphins: 2 tackles

    Rob Meier, Jaguars: NSA

    Jared DeVries, Lions: 2 tackles, 1 sack

    Aaron Kampman, Packers: 1 tackle

    Patrick Kerney, Seahawks: 2 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FF

    Jason Babin, LB/DE Seahawks: NSA

    Aaron Smith, Steelers: 3 tackles

    Brett Keisel, Steelers: 2 tackles

    Sean Conover, Titans: 1 tackle

    Kyle Vanden Bosch, Titans: 6 tackles

    Travis LaBoy, Titans: IA, INJ [​IMG]

    Brian Robison, Vikings: 1 tackle


    LINEBACKERS:

    Brian Urlacher, Bears: 8 tackles

    Hunter Hillenmeyer, Bears: 8 tackles

    Caleb Miller, Bengals: IA, INJ

    Anthony Schlegel, Bengals: IA, INJ

    John DiGiorgio, Bills: team high 7 tackles

    Coy Wire, Bills: NSA

    Barrett Ruud, Bucs: BYE

    Monty Beisel, Cardinals: he went back to playing special teams EXCLUSIVELY when Dansby came back... [​IMG]

    Matt Wilhelm, Chargers: game high 12 tackles (i know NFL.com gave him one less, but it was an error, it went to Hart for no reason...)1 tackle for loss plus an interception! [​IMG]

    Rocky Boiman, Colts: was in on 5 tackles

    Bobby Carpenter, Cowboys: NSA

    Zach Thomas, Dolphins: IA, still out with a concussion

    Chris Gocong, Eagles: 3 tackles

    Stewart Bradley, Eagles: NSA

    Keith Brooking, Falcons: 4 tackles

    Derek Smith, 49ers: 4 tackles

    Jeff Ulbrich, 49ers: game high 10 tackles, 2 for a loss [​IMG]

    Brett Kassell, Jets: BYE

    Matt Chatham, Jets: NSA

    Teddy Lehman, Lions: 1 tackle

    AJ Hawk, Packers: team high 7 tackles

    Brady Poppinga, Packers: 2 tackles

    Dan Morgan, Panthers: IR

    Adam Seward, Panthers: 1 tackle

    Tim Shaw, Panthers: NSA

    Mike Vrabel, Patriots: BYE

    Tedy Bruschi, Patriots: BYE

    Taylor Brayton, Raiders: NSA

    Ricky Brown, Raiders: NSA

    Brandon Chillar, Rams: 1 tackle

    Jarrett Johnson, Ravens: 7 tackles

    Scott Fujita, Saints: game high 8 tackles

    Matt McCoy, Saints: NSA

    Mark Simoneau, Saints: tied for a game lead with 8 tackles

    Scott Shanle, Saints: IA, INJ

    Ryan Fowler, Titans: 5 tackles

    Chad Greenway, Vikings: 7 tackles

    Heath Farwell, Vikings: NSA

    Ben Leber, Vikings: 4 tackles


    DEFENSIVE BACKS:

    Adam Archuleta, SS Bears: 8 tackles, 2 passes defended

    John Wendling, SS Bills: NSA

    Jim Leonhard, FS Bills: NSA

    John Lynch, FS Broncos: IA, INJ

    Aaron Francisco, FS Cardinals: IA, INJ

    Steve Gregory, CB Chargers: 1 tackle

    Eric Weddle, SS Chargers: 2 passes defended plus 4 tackles

    Jon McGraw, SS Chiefs: NSA

    Brannon Condren, FS/CB Colts: NSA

    Matt Giordano, SS Colts: IA, INJ

    Cameron Worrell, FS Dolphins: 2 tackles

    Sean Considine, SS Eagles: IR

    Craig Dahl, FS/CB Giants: NSA

    Eric Smith, FS Jets: BYE

    Stuart Schweigert, SS Raiders: 7 solo tackles

    Todd Johnson, SS Rams: NSA

    Reed Doughty, FS Redskins: NSA

    Kevin Kaesviharn, FS Saints: 1 tackle

    Chris Reis, SS Saints: NSA

    Brian Russell, FS Seahawks: 2 tackles

    IA inactive
    NSA no stats accumulated
    DNP did not play
    INJ injuredEdited by: backrow
     
  2. Don Wassall

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    Matt Jones is a coaches decision inactive again today.
     
  3. backrow

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    i really hope to see him ANYWHERE else next season
     
  4. White Shogun

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    What kind of coach decides to sit the best wide receiver on his team for no reason? That's like Belichek deciding he doesn't want Randy Moss to play today. Maybe the Bengals should have sat Chad Johnson for a game or two, see if his attitude improved.


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  5. Don Wassall

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    Every fantasy site I've seen now maintains that Jones is slow as can be. One asked if he "was still running with boots on?" Yeah, that's what the problem is, suddenlyJones' 4.3 speed is 5.3 speed. It couldn't possibly bethe way Del Rio has screwed with him, or the Jaguarssubstandardpassing game.
     
  6. backrow

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    did i just hear announcers calling Scott Fujita the best player on Saints defense? [​IMG]
     
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    On the CBS pre-game show today, usual stuttering boob Shannon Sharpe said that he would give the defensive MVP to White DE's Jared Allen and Aaron Kampmann, someone else on the panel chimed in with Mike Vrabel. It put a unexpected smile on my face. [​IMG]
     
  8. backrow

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    Jared Allen with a sack! he has 9.5 on the year, NFL high at this very moment.

    watching Rams game it looks like Leonard is losing touches to freakin Antonio Pittman... Pittman just had a nice 43 yard run, and even though he didn't do better than Brian Leonard before (neither did Jackson) i am sure that he will soon be officially hailed as Steven Jackson's backup and the eventual first team runningback if/when Jackson goes down... WTF [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] Edited by: backrow
     
  9. whiteknight

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    backrow i was thinking the same thing [​IMG]

    could well be bulk up BL [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  10. lumsdenpower

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    I don't worry to much guy for that..I think that the HC of the Rams just want to give carry to Pittman because that was against the team who cut him..No big deal for me, the coach know that the season is finish, I guess we are gonna need to wait to next week to know what's the real deal
     
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    Giants are using Shockey properly for the first time this season! so far he has a season high 7 catches for 57 yards and a TD [​IMG]
     
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    Yeah but Witten still doesn't have a catch.
     
  13. Colonel_Reb

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    Why isn't Witten getting any throws? Is he hurt?
     
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    Hes just getting shut out I guess.
     
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    well he was the one who burned Giants for 116 yars in their first game this season, so it's smart on their part to do all they can to stop him from getting the ball. other Dallas receivers obviously benefit from it.

    Shockey has 10 catches for 104 yards already!Edited by: backrow
     
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    from rotoworld:


    Steve McNair was pulled out of Sunday's game in favor of Kyle Boller in the fourth quarter.

    An overdue move. McNair completed 17 of his 26 attempts, but threw for only 128 yards and an interception before heading to the bench. He also lost a pair of fumbles. The Ravens could start Boller for the rest of the year.

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    it's sad watching Colts without Clark, Gonzalez and Giordano... on the other hand both Wilhelm and Weddle are impressive! Weddle just had a great tackle for a loss and Wilhelm is all over the place. just got a sack stolen from him, too
     
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    Well, the week ain't over yet, but it sure isn't the best week for our men this season.
     
  19. White Shogun

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    What's up with Reggie Wayne just watching the Charger DB intercept the ball?

    Last week it seemed like the refs had it out for NE, this week it looks like they have it out for Indy, lol. I wonder which ref blew the whistle on that INT when the ref in the end zone is right there marking the spot of the interception with the bean bag?

    Seriously.. WTF is up with Reggie Wayne, dude? He isn't going up for the balls, he's running lackluster routes.. wtf.. is he hanging Peyton out to dry or what? That last INT wasn't a good throw by any means, but Reggie just watched the DB jump up and make a spectacular one-handed grab, and he didn't even attempt to stop him, jump for the ball, nothing. Edited by: White Shogun
     
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    Regarding that interception in the end zone by indianapolis - why were the fans repeatedly booing the call by the refs after showing the replay? It was clearly an interception. I would like to think it is partisan fans, however the reality is most likely ignorance. More drunk white fans that don't have a clue what the hell is going on out there.
     
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    nope. the only one really making an impact was Shockey who's leading all receivers in yards and catches this week. Heath Miller was pretty damn good, too.

    other than that? not much going on... couple of TDs, couple of sacks, no interceptions plus Brian Leonard is getting f**ked over.
     
  22. White Shogun

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    I'm not sure if it was Fletcher or Wayne who was standing around on those last two interceptions. I hope it was Fletcher, and chalk it up to inexperience.

    And Bart, they call him 'Cra-fon-zo Thorpe.' [​IMG]
     
  23. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Peyton Manning is incredible! it's as simple as that. [​IMG]

    the Colts only have 17 active offensive players for the game. 17!

    he is missing 3 of his top 4 receivers, most of his offensive line, and his starting tailback is banged up... yet he is STILL doing what it takes to give his team a chance to win. even with Reggie Wayne playing like a punk.
     
  24. Don Wassall

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    Manning is the best quarterback ever.


    Matt Wilhelm is having another big game for the Chargers. He had to wait five years to start but it looks like there's another star white LB who has broken throughin the ultimate Caste league.
     
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    it sure does. won't be enough to beat you in CF league though [​IMG]

    unless him and Weddle pick Manning off 3 or 4 times [​IMG]
     

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