Week 12 2009

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  1. backrow

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    Offense

    RUNNINGBACKS:

    Brian Leonard, RB Bengals: demoted from the 3rd down back to hmm, 4th string? 1 carry for a yard, 1 catch for 6. now, i haven't seen Bengals in a few games but Brian is either getting just the obvious running situations and gets few yards or he's not running very well this season.

    Peyton Hillis, FB Broncos: NS f**king A

    Dan Kreider, FB Cardinals: 1 catch for 2 yards

    Jacob Hester, RB Chargers: 3 carries for 3 yards, 1 catch for 3

    Mike Cox, FB Chiefs: 2-11

    Madison Hedgec0ck, Giants: NSA

    Danny Woodhead RB/WR, Jets: 1 carry for a yard and 2 catches for 23 yards

    John Kuhn, FB Packers: NSA

    Korey Hall, Packers: 2-10

    Brad Hoover, FB Panthers: 1 catch for 4 yards

    Luke Lawton, FB Raiders: 1 catch for 1 yards

    Mike Karney, FB Rams: IA, INJ

    Kyle Eckel, RB/FB Saints: IA

    Owen Schmitt, FB Seahawks: 1 catch for 1 yard

    Jim Kleinsasser, HB Vikings: NSA

    Jeff Dugan, HB Vikings: 1 kick returned for 13 yards



    WIDE RECEIVERS:

    Brandon Stokley, Broncos: 1-17 and a TD

    Mike Furrey, Browns: 1-9

    Jerhame Urban, Cardinals: IA, again...

    Sean Morey, Cardinals: IA, INJ

    Lance Long, Chiefs: 2-15

    Anthony Gonzalez, Colts: IA, INJ

    Austin Collie, Colts: 4 catches for team high 70 yards

    Greg Camarillo, Dolphins: NSA

    Brian Hartline, Dolphins: 3-31 and a TD

    Kevin Curtis, Eagles: IA, INJ

    Brian Finneran, Falcons: IA, INJ

    Jordy Nelson, Packers: 1-19

    Wes Welker, Patriots: 2 runs for 14, 6 catches for 32, 1 punt return for 41 yards

    Julian Edelman, Patriots: NSA, entered a game in 4th quarter as he was listed as 3rd QB

    Nick Miller, Raiders: IA, INJ

    Danny Amendola, Rams: game high 7 catches for 55 yards

    David Anderson, Texans: 1-6

    Kevin Walter, Texans: led the team with 7-73, also had a carry for 3 yards.


    TIGHT ENDS:

    Greg Olsen, Bears: game high 7 catches, team high 45 yards

    Chase Coffman, Bengals: IA

    JP Foschi, Bengals: 2-11 and a TD

    Jonathan Stupar, Bills: 1-17

    Tony Scheffler, Broncos: 4-53

    Steve Heiden, Browns: NSA

    Greg Estandia, Browns: 1.17

    Stephen Spach, Cardinals: NSA

    Anthony Becht, Cardinals: NSA

    Sean Ryan, Chiefs: IA, INJ

    Brad Cottam, Chiefs: NSA

    Jake O'Connell, Chiefs: NSA

    Dallas Clark, Colts: game high 9 catches for 63 yards and a TD [​IMG]


    Jacob Tamme, Colts: NSA

    Tom Santi, Colts: 1-5

    Jason Witten, Cowboys: 5 for 107! [​IMG]

    John Phillips, Cowboys: NSA

    Anthony Fasano, Dolphins: finally awoke! 5-74

    Joey Haynos, Dolphins: NSA

    John Nalbone, Dolphins: IA

    Brent Celek, Eagles: 4-33

    Keith Zinger, Falcons: NSA

    Justin Peele, Falcons: NSA

    Kevin Boss, Giants: 2-22

    Zack Miller II, Jaguars: 1-10

    Ben Hartsock, Jets: NSA

    Will Heller, Lions: 3-23

    Casey Fitzsimmons, Lions: 5-38

    Spencer Havner, Packers (LB/TE): NSA

    Jeff King, Panthers: NSA

    Gary Barnidge, Panthers:

    Zach Miller, Raiders: led the team with 5-73

    Todd Heap, Ravens: 1-6

    Chris Cooley, Redskins: IA, INJ

    Todd Yoder, Redskins: NSA

    Jeremy Shockey, Saints: 1-15

    David Thomas, Saints: 1-25

    John Carlson, Seahawks: 2-14

    Heath Miller, Steelers: 1-2

    Matt Spaeth, Steelers: NSA

    Joel Dreesen, Texans: 1-14

    James Casey, Texans: 2-17

    Craig Stevens, Titans: NSA



    Defense

    DEFENSIVE TACKLES:

    Kyle Williams, Bills: 8 tackles, not bad for a DT! [​IMG]

    Chris Hovan, Bucs: 1 tackle

    Derek Landri, Jaguars: NSA

    Nick Hayden, Panthers: 1 tackle

    Kelly Gregg, Ravens: 8 tackles [​IMG]

    Justin Bannan, Ravens: 3 tackles

    Craig Terrill, Seahawks: 3 tackles

    Chris Hoke, Steelers: NSA

    Jeff Zgonina, Texans: 3 tackles

    Tim Bulman, Texans (DE/DT): 2 tackles


    DEFENSIVE ENDS:

    Aaron Schobel, Bills: 3 tackles

    Ryan Denney, Bills: 1 tackle

    Chris Kelsay, Bills: 2 tackles

    Luis Castillo, Chargers: NSA

    Josh Thomas, Colts: 3 tackles

    Igor Olshansky, Cowboys: 3 tackles

    Ryan Baker, Dolphins: just off the PS, had 2 tackles and half a sack!

    Jason Babin, Eagles: 2 tackles

    Kroy Biermann, Falcons: 3 tackles

    Justin Smith, 49ers: great game, had 5 tackles, 1.5 sacks and a recovered a fumble and forced another. [​IMG]


    Dave Tollefson, Giants: NSA

    Mike Devito, Jets: NSA

    Taylor Brayton, Panthers: 9 tackles, 1.5 sack! [​IMG]


    Mike Wright, DE/DT Patriots: 1 tackle

    Trevor Scott, DE/OLB Raiders: team high 5 tackles, 3 for a loss! and 2 sacks [​IMG] started at OLB for the first time in his career.

    Chris Long, Rams: 1 tackle

    Jeff Charleston, Saints: 2 tackles

    Patrick Kerney, Seahawks: 4 tackles, 1 sack

    Nick Reed, Seahawks: NSA

    Brett Keisel, Steelers: 2 tackles, 1 FR

    Travis Kirschke, Steelers: 4 tackles, 1 sack

    Connor Barwin, Texans: 1 sack

    Kyle Vanden Bosch, Titans: 3 tackles, 1 sack

    Dave Ball, Titans: NSA

    Jared Allen, Vikings: 2 sacks, 1 interception returned for a few yards. [​IMG]

    Brian Robison, Vikings: NSA


    LINEBACKERS:

    Hunter Hillenmeyer, Bears: game high 9 tackles, forced fumble [​IMG]

    Paul Posluszny, Bills: 1o tackles

    Jon Corto, Bills: NSA

    Spencer Larsen, Broncos (LB/FB): NSA

    Blake Constanzo, Browns: NSA

    Jason Trusnik, Browns: game high 10 tackles! [​IMG]

    Matt Roth, LB/DE Browns: not bad with less than a week to prepare to play in a new defense: 7 tackles, 1 for a loss and a sack! [​IMG]

    Niko Koutovides, Bucs: NSA

    Barrett Ruud, Bucs: game high 11 tackles and a forced fumble [​IMG]

    Monty Beisel, Cardinals: NSA

    Mike Vrabel, Chiefs: IA, INJ

    Andy Studebaker, Chiefs: 6 tackles

    Bobby Carpenter, Cowboys: NSA

    Keith Brooking, Cowboys: game high 9 tackles

    Chris Gocong, Eagles: 1 tackle

    Coy Wire, Falcons: NSA

    Matt Wilhelm, 49ers: NSA

    Scott McKillop, 49ers: NSA

    Chase Blackburn, Giants: 7 tackles

    Zak DeOssie, Giants: NSA

    Adam Seward, Jaguars: NSA

    Russell Allen, Jaguars: 2 tackles

    Ryan Fowler, Jets: IA

    Larry Izzo, Jets: NSA

    Jordan Dizon, Lions: 3 tackles, 1 fumble recovered

    Aaron Kampman, Packers: IR

    AJ Hawk, Packers: team high 10 tackles [​IMG]


    Brady Poppinga, Packers: NSA

    Brandon Chillar, Packers: IA

    Clay Matthews, Packers: 2 tackles, 1 sack, his 5th of the season

    Dan Connor, Panthers: 2 tackles

    Jordan Senn, Panthers: NSA

    Rob Ninkovich, Patriots: NSA

    James Laurinaitis, Rams: 9 tackles, 1 sack [​IMG]


    David Vobora, Rams: 3 tackles

    Chris Chamberlain, Rams: NSA

    Ricky Brown, Raiders: IR

    Slade Norris, Raiders: IA

    David Nixon, Raiders: IA

    Jarrett Johnson, Ravens: 4 tackles

    Paul Kruger, Ravens: 2 tackles, 1 interception for 28 yards in the overtime that sealed the game!

    Scott Fujita, Saints: 7 atckles

    Troy Evans, Saints: NSA

    Scott Shanle, Saints: 3 tackles

    Will Herring, Seahawks: NSA

    Patrick Bailey, Steelers: NSA

    Rocky Boiman, Steelers: NSA

    Brian Cushing, Texans: game high 11 tackles, 1 interception for 20 yards on Manning, an incredibly athletic play. guy's a monster! [​IMG]

    Chad Greenway, Vikings: team high 5 tackles

    Heath Farwell, Vikings: 1 tackle

    Ben Leber, Vikings: 2 tackles



    DEFENSIVE BACKS:

    Craig Steltz, Bears: NSA

    Tom Nelson, Bengals: NSA

    Todd Johnson, SS Bills: NSA

    John Wendling, SS Bills: NSA

    Nick Sorensen, SS Browns: NSA

    Ray Ventrone, FS/WR Browns: NSA

    Sabby Piscitelli, SS Bucs: 2 tackles

    Corey Lynch, FS Bucs: blocked a punt

    Steve Gregory, CB/S Chargers: 6 tackles

    Eric Weddle, SS Chargers: 2 tackles

    Jon McGraw, SS Chiefs: 5 tackles

    Aaron Francisco, FS Colts: IA

    Jamie Silva, S Colts: NSA

    Sean Considine, SS Jaguars: 3 tackles

    Jim Leonhard, SS Jets: co-led the team with 8 tackles, 1 for a loss

    Eric Smith, FS Jets: also 8 tackles, 1 for a loss

    Matt Giordano, Packers: IA

    Craig Dahl, FS Rams: few ST tackles

    Tom Zbikowski, SS Ravens: NSA

    Reed Doughty, FS Redskins: 9 tackles! [​IMG]

    Chris Reis, SS Saints: NSA

    John Busing, Texans: 3 tackles

    Brian Russell, Texans: NSA

    Donnie Nickey, SS Titans: NSA

    Kevin Kaaesviharn, S Titans: 1 tackle

    IA inactive
    NSA no stats accumulated
    DNP did not play
    INJ injured
    IR placed on injured reserveEdited by: backrow
     
  2. backrow

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    Matt Stafford is starting with a separated non throwing shoulder, how's that for toughness!

    too bad that Jordy fumbled his kick return, hopefully he won't go straight to the doghouse...
     
  3. Kaptain

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    A dog of a game. Jordy and Spencer Havner rarely saw the field. It was accented by a nearly all-black halftime show featuring a cast of 5-10 black singers that I don't care to name sprinkled with one "white" guy (actually a Jew) who, of course, is I understand a flaming homo. [​IMG] Edited by: Kaptain Poop
     
  4. Deadlift

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    I don't think Jordy Nelson can ever succeed with Aaron Rodgers as his QB.

    Looking at Brady's chemistry with Welker, and his willingness to target Welker many times, I want Jordy to be traded to NEW ENGLAND!
     
  5. backrow

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    they also kept bringing up Jordy's fumble... as if it changed anything in the grand scheme of things.

    AJ Hawk played well and Clay Matthews had a sack, pretty much the best things about this game.
     
  6. whiteathlete33

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    I just noticed something for the first time. Darrius Heyward-Bey has started all ten games this season and only has 7 catches for 103 yards. Unbelievable!
     
  7. backrow

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    haha, and did you see the ball he FAILED to catch after having all kinds of space? the announcers in almost sarcastic fashion said something like: "well at least this time he created some separation". no sh*t! what good is his speed if he can't catch 1 ball per game!

    Trevor Scott with a sack. nice. let's see if Witten and Miller get more involved.
     
  8. whiteathlete33

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    He was only drafted based on his speed alone. Of course there are tons of DWF's making excuses now that he doesn't have an offense but will be a star in the future.
     
  9. Bear Backer

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    Isn't it ridiculous? The Green Bay game is only the second game I have watched pretty much start to finish this entire year, and I just knew immediately that Jordy would not only catch major flack by the announcers and be punished for it by his coaching staff by barely being allowed to see the field. That is the way it is in the NFL. White players in caste positions literally have to play flawlessly on every single play. Fumbles happen all the time in the NFL and are glosses over by announcers and affletic offenders are trotted right back out there time after time, yet when a White skill position player does it you always know the wrath of God is going to come down with thunder and lightning.
     
  10. celticdb15

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    Gradkowski has a weird throwing motion, but he is still light years better than Jamarcus. As for the Green Bay game I found it boring and stopped watching by halftime. I think Jordy can succeed in Green Bay, he will just need Donald Driver to retire and James Jones to leave in free agency.. Hopefully things fall into place.
     
  11. Bart

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    What about Rodgers? He threw for 350 Yds, 3 TD's - 0 INT's. His completion % was nearly 72 and his rating 124.7.

    So far this year he has thrown 22 TD's and only 5 INT's. For his career he has 51 TD's - 19 INT's. That is more than fantastic! I've checked the stats of all the big name QB's today to see how they fared early in their careers and NO ONE touches his ratio. Not Brady, Manning, McSoup, Brees, Warner, Rivers, Big Ben, Palmer, Ryan nor the PURPLE one.

    He puts up big passing stats and this year is averaging 5.5 yds on the ground. Really, he has been superb, but most of the comments I read about him are that he holds onto the ball too long. Okay fine. He'd rather take a sack then duck and chuck. The soap opera in Green Bay was not his fault. He deserves major accolades.

    As for Jordy. Every white guy who drops a pass, misses a tckle, or fumbles will be ragged on until doomsday. That is the law.
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    Broncos struggle in the redzone yet again and settle for a field goal. If only they had a 250 pound back with 4.5 speed with a knack for getting into the endzone. Edited by: dwid
     
  13. whiteknight

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    they do have one he is just afflicted with that crippling,awful,damm near career ending white-itis
     
  14. Deadlift

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    I can't wait for Brees vs Brady on Monday night. Even the Caste media is hyping our stud QBs!

    I'm going for New England because I want them to get the best playoff seed possible, if they make the playoffs that is.
     
  15. Tom Iron

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    Of course, White guys are getting a a bad deal in the nfl, but in the long run the Whites will come out on top, one way or another. The league is putting out a shoddy product and you can only do that up to a certain point and your organization either changes it's ways or falls apart. That's the law of economics. Nothing can save an organization that isn't giving the public what it wants.

    Don't worry, we're on the winning side in all this. It's only a matter of time now.

    Tom Iron...
     
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    Well the NFL has been putting out a shoddy product for the past several decades and the DWF's still don't care.
     
  17. Tom Iron

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    whiteathlete33,

    You're correct to a point in my opinion. But the bubble is bursting now. Each week there are games that either are blacked out or close to being blacked out. I would figure that by the last four games or so, there'll definitely be games blacked out each week (maybe three, maybe more). It took awhile as you say, but the worm is turning. Slowly at this time, but it will speed up if the nfl authorities don't take action sooner than later.

    Tom Iron...
     
  18. whiteathlete33

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    Tom Iron I would have thought that all the arrests of these great affletes would have woke some of the DWF's up. I think its impossible to get through to some of them.
     
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    Kerry Rhodes came off the bench and picked off Delhomme. Does that mean it's back to the bench for Smith?
     
  20. backrow

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    upset alert: Houston Texans leading vs Colts! Kevin Walter and Brian Cushing are key for the Texans so far in this game.
     
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    Still no carries for Leonard. Scott and Johnson are getting all the work. What a bunch of crap!
     
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    Danny W. is getting some action.

    Brian Leonard is officially behind Larry Johnson...

    Matt Roth already has a sack for Browns and Trusnik is playing lights out.

    Danny Amendola is leading Rams in catches and yards.

    Corey Lynch just blocked a punt
     
  23. Pie

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    It's aggravating watching the Texans underutilize Kevin Walter. He's had a good game today, with 7 catches, but that's because he's caught every single one thrown his direction. It gets old watching Schaub waste half his throws dinking it off to mediocre running backs. At least 86 get's plenty of looks, which makes up for some of it I suppose.
     
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    yes, Kevin had an okay game tonight but this is the guy that could very well be catching 10 passes a game.
     
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    Problem for Kevin is he's the third option on the team. First Schaub looks for Daniels and Johnson and then Walter. Now with the injury to Owen Walter is getting more looks.
     

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