Week 7 2009

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  1. backrow

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    Offense

    RUNNINGBACKS:

    Brian Leonard, RB Bengals: IA, INJ

    Peyton Hillis, FB Broncos: BYE

    Dan Kreider, FB Cardinals: NSA

    Jacob Hester, RB Chargers: 3 carries for 8 yards, also scored a TD falling on a ball in the end zone after they blocked a punt. [​IMG]

    Mike Cox, FB Chiefs: NSA, recovered 2 onside kicks.

    Madison Hedgec0ck, Giants: NSA

    Danny Woodhead RB/WR, Jets: got 3 carries for 24 yards (8.0 ypca), including a nice 16 yard run, juking his way through several defenders

    John Kuhn, FB Packers: 1 carry for no yards

    Korey Hall, Packers: NSA

    Brad Hoover, FB Panthers: NSA

    Luke Lawton, FB Raiders: NSA

    Mike Karney, FB Rams: NSA

    Heath Evans, FB/RB Saints: 1 carry for 2 yards, 2 catches or 3 yards

    Owen Schmitt, FB Seahawks: BYE

    Jim Kleinsasser, HB Vikings: 1 catch for 4

    Jeff Dugan, HB Vikings: NSA



    WIDE RECEIVERS:

    Brandon Stokley, Broncos: BYE

    Mike Furrey, Browns: 1-5

    Jerhame Urban, Cardinals: 1-1

    Sean Morey, Cardinals: NSA

    Lance Long, Chiefs: 2-12

    Anthony Gonzalez, Colts: IA, INJ

    Austin Collie, Colts: 4-36 and another TD! it's a nice season he's having so far!

    Greg Camarillo, Dolphins: team high 5 catches for 55 yards

    Brian Hartline, Dolphins: 3 catches for team high 94 yards! [​IMG]

    Kevin Curtis, Eagles: IA, INJ

    Brian Finneran, Falcons: 2-22

    John Standeford, Lions: BYE

    Jordy Nelson, Packers: IA, INJ

    Brett Swain, Packers: NSA, got injured early on, could be a season ending injury...

    Wes Welker, Patriots: 1 carry for 6 yards, 4 punt returns for a great average of 13.2 and YEAT ANOTHER GREAT GAME: game high 10 catches for 107 yards and a TD

    Julian Edelman, Patriots: IA, INJ

    Nick Miller, Raiders: IA, INJ

    Danny Amendola, Rams: led the Rams in targets with 5 grabs and yards, with 39; also returned 7 kicks for an average of 25 and 2 punt for the avg of 8

    David Anderson, Texans: 2-10

    Kevin Walter, Texans: 3-29


    TIGHT ENDS:

    Greg Olsen, Bears: 4-24

    Chase Coffman, Bengals: NSA

    JP Foschi, Bengals: 1 TD catch for 3 yards

    Jonathan Stupar, Bills: NSA

    Derek Fine, Bills: recovered a fumble

    Tony Scheffler, Broncos: BYE

    Steve Heiden, Browns: IA, INJ

    Greg Estandia, Browns: 2-10

    Stephen Spach, Cardinals: IA, INJ

    Anthony Becht, Cardinals: 1-8

    Sean Ryan, Chiefs: NSA

    Brad Cottam, Chiefs: NSA

    Jake O'Connell, Chiefs: IA

    Dallas Clark, Colts: 3-44 and a TD

    Jacob Tamme, Colts: NSA

    Jason Witten, Cowboys: 5-55

    John Phillips, Cowboys: NSA

    Anthony Fasano, Dolphins: 3-21

    Joey Haynos, Dolphins: NSA

    John Nalbone, Dolphins: IA

    Brent Celek, Eagles: 3-8

    Keith Zinger, Falcons: returned an onside kick for 7 yards

    Justin Peele, Falcons: recovered a fumble

    Kevin Boss, Giants: 3-35

    Zack Miller II, Jaguars: BYE

    Ben Hartsock, Jets: NSA

    Will Heller, Lions: BYE

    Casey Fitzsimmons, Lions: BYE

    Spencer Havner, Packers (LB/TE): great 46 yard TD catch and run and another reception for 14 yards.

    Jeff King, Panthers: 3-24

    Gary Barnidge, Panthers: 3-77, their TE deep threat! would have had another long recepttion but Delhomme overthrew him

    Zach Miller, Raiders: 2-15

    Todd Heap, Ravens: BYE

    Chris Cooley, Redskins: 2-21, injured early on, probably out for a year

    Todd Yoder, Redskins: NSA

    Jeremy Shockey, Saints: his great catch went for 66 yards, career longest, and 44 of these yards came after first contact! finished with game high 105 yards on 4 catches [​IMG]

    David Thomas, Saints: 1-0

    John Carlson, Seahawks: BYE

    Heath Miller, Steelers: 6-38, led the team in targets

    Matt Spaeth, Steelers: NSA

    Owen Daniels, Texans: game high incredible 123 yards on 7 catches and a TD (42 yarder!) [​IMG]

    Joel Dreesen, Texans: NSA

    James Casey, Texans: NSA

    Craig Stevens, Titans: BYE



    Defense

    DEFENSIVE TACKLES:

    Kyle Williams, Bills: got injured early on, didn't return. could be serious.

    Chris Hovan, Bucs: NSA

    Derek Landri, Jaguars: BYE

    Nick Hayden, Panthers: NSA

    Kelly Gregg, Ravens: BYE

    Justin Bannan, Ravens: BYE

    Craig Terrill, Seahawks: BYE

    Chris Hoke, Steelers: 1 tackle

    Jeff Zgonina, Texans: 2 tackles, 1 sack

    Tim Bulman, Texans (DE/DT): NSA


    DEFENSIVE ENDS:

    Aaron Schobel, Bills: 3 tackles, 1 sack

    Ryan Denney, Bills: 1 tackle

    Chris Kelsay, Bills: 4 solo tackles, 1 sack

    Luis Castillo, Chargers: 2 tackles

    Igor Olshansky, Cowboys: 1 tackle

    Jason Babin, Eagles: 3 tackles, 1 sack

    Kroy Biermann, Falcons: 1 tackle

    Justin Smith, 49ers: game high 10 tackles [​IMG]

    Dave Tollefson, Giants: NSA

    Mike Devito, Jets: 2 tackles, 1 fumble recovered

    Taylor Brayton, Panthers: 1 sack

    Mike Wright, DE/DT Patriots: 2 tackles, 1 sack, 1 pass batted down

    Trevor Scott, Raiders: 1 tackle

    Chris Long, Rams: 3 tackles

    Jeff Charleston, Saints: NSA

    Patrick Kerney, Seahawks: BYE

    Nick Reed, Seahawks: BYE

    Brett Keisel, Steelers: 4 tackles, 1 sack

    Travis Kirschke, Steelers: 3 assists

    Connor Barwin, Texans: 1 tackle

    Kyle Vanden Bosch, Titans: BYE

    Dave Ball, Titans: BYE

    Jared Allen, Vikings: 2 tackles and one fumble forced.

    Brian Robison, Vikings: 1 tackle


    LINEBACKERS:

    Hunter Hillenmeyer, Bears: 3 tackles

    Paul Posluszny, Bills: game high 11 tackles [​IMG]

    Jon Corto, Bills: NSA

    Spencer Larsen, Broncos (LB/FB): BYE

    Blake Constanzo, Browns: NSA

    Jason Trusnik, Browns: 4 tackles

    Niko Koutovides, Bucs: NSA

    Barrett Ruud, Bucs: 6 tackles, 1 pass defended

    Mike Vrabel, Chiefs: 2 tackles

    Andy Studebaker, Chiefs: NSA

    Bobby Carpenter, Cowboys: 4 tackles

    Keith Brooking, Cowboys: 2 tackles

    Matt Roth, Dolphins: IA, INJ

    Chris Gocong, Eagles: 3 tackles

    Coy Wire, Falcons: NSA

    Jeff Ulbrich, 49ers: IR

    Matt Wilhelm, 49ers: NSA

    Scott McKillop, 49ers: 3 tackles

    Chase Blackburn, Giants: 4 tackles

    Zak DeOssie, Giants: NSA

    Adam Seward, Jaguars: BYE

    Ryan Fowler, Jets: IA

    Larry Izzo, Jets: NSA

    Jordan Dizon, Lions: BYE

    Aaron Kampman, Packers: 5 tackles and a sack

    AJ Hawk, Packers: led the team in tackles after registering no stats last week, had 8 total, 7 solo stops, 3 for a loss!

    Brady Poppinga, Packers: NSA, lost in the mix unfortunately.

    Brandon Chillar, Packers: 4 tackles, 1 fumble recovered.

    Clay Matthews, Packers: 3 tackles

    Dan Connor, Panthers: NSA

    Rob Ninkovich, Patriots: NSA

    James Laurinaitis, Rams: 4 tackles

    David Vobora, Rams: NSA

    Chris Chamberlain, Rams: NSA

    Ricky Brown, Raiders: IA, INJ

    Jarrett Johnson, Ravens: BYE

    Paul Kruger, Ravens: BYE

    Scott Fujita, Saints: IA, INJ

    Troy Evans, Saints: 1 tackle

    Scott Shanle, Saints: 6 solo tackles, 1 fumble recovered

    Will Herring, Seahawks: BYE

    Patrick Bailey, Steelers: NSA

    Brian Cushing, Texans: team high 8 tackles

    Chad Greenway, Vikings: 5 tackles

    Heath Farwell, Vikings: NSA

    Ben Leber, Vikings: 1 tackle



    DEFENSIVE BACKS:

    Craig Steltz, Bears: again, NSA...

    Tom Nelson, Bengals: NSA

    John Wendling, SS Bills: NSA

    Nick Sorensen, SS Browns: NSA

    Ray Ventrone, FS/WR Browns: NSA

    Sabby Piscitelli, SS Bucs: 5 solo tackles

    Corey Lynch, FS Bucs: NSA

    Steve Gregory, CB Chargers: 4 tackles, 1 sack, 1 interception [​IMG]

    Eric Weddle, SS Chargers: 3 tackles, 1 sack

    Jon McGraw, SS Chiefs: started the game, had 4 tackles

    Aaron Francisco, FS Colts: NSA

    Jamie Silva, S Colts: NSA, received 1 punt

    Sean Considine, SS Jaguars: BYE

    Brian Russell, FS Jaguars: BYE

    Jim Leonhard, FS Jets: 6 solo tackles, returned an interception for 56 yards! [​IMG]

    Eric Smith, FS Jets: 1 tackle

    Matt Giordano, Packers: NSA

    Craig Dahl, FS Rams: 4 tackles

    Tom Zbikowski, SS Ravens: BYE

    Reed Doughty, FS Redskins: 2 tackles, 1 sack

    Chris Reis, SS Saints: NSA

    John Busing, Texans:

    Donnie Nickey, SS Titans: BYE

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

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    Owen Daniels has 5/100/1 already in the first half. Dallas Clark has 44 yards and a very nice TD reception.
     
  3. whiteathlete33

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    Teams can't find a way to stop Owen Daniels.  No surprise here but Danny Amendola has the most receptions so far for the lowly Rams.  He has 3 catches for 28 yards.  Nice to see them using him.






    Hehe so far Josh Johnson is 4 for 13 with 2 picks and no td's.Edited by: whiteathlete33
     
  4. Leonardfan

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    Nice to have an Alex Smith sighting. I hope he is the QB for the 49ers for the rest of the year. He is only 25 years old and I think he still has alot of potential.
     
  5. Colonel_Reb

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    Wes Welker had another great game! He's now on pace for 1,000 yards, although it will be tough unless he has a couple more huge games like last week.
     
  6. referendum

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    I missed most of the 49ers game, but did see LB Scott Mckillop on the field during normal plays, the first I've seen him all year outside of special teams. Wondering if he started or not.
    Also, Lance Long with two short receptions for KC is a nice small beginning for him.
     
  7. whiteknight

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    just re watching the texxans game and one of the announcers called owen daniels

    ATHLETIC !!!

    and yes i listened twice
     
  8. whiteathlete33

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    It looks like Oakland has put Gradkowski in.  Russell already has 2 picks.  Gradkowski just ran for 20 yards.


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    Packers' AJ Hawk had 7 tackles, Kampman had a sack and three tackles, and the new new weapon Spencer Havner lit up some athletes for a 45yd TD. And the Bears are being their Castaculous best in Cincy, good day for a Pack fan.
     
  10. Deadlift

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    HATIE Smiff is getting OWNED!

    Carson Palmer might just be BACK!
     
  11. whiteathlete33

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    Carson Palmer is having an incredible game with 5 TD's.  He was one of the best quarterbacks in the league.  He has struggled a bit lately but can have great success as seen today.
     
  12. whiteathlete33

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    Leonhard has a pick as well as 6 tackles.
     
  13. Deadlift

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    Stat Update (for the season):


    Owen Daniels - 497 yards and 5 TDs
    Dallas Clark - 485 yards and 3 TDs
    Wes Welker - 484 yards and 4 TDs


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  14. Electric Slide

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    Glad to see Welker had a great game in London, so the people in England won't think only blacks play in the NFL. It's too bad Edelman wasn't there too. Maybe this will inspire some white British kids to take up American football!
     
  15. Don Wassall

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    67 yard catch and run by Hartline. Just missed taking it all the way for a TD.
     
  16. backrow

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    damn, nice catch by Hartline, too bad they caught him from behind just before he scored. still, 64 yards or so!

    btw f**k you White Noise, Danny got a carry!Edited by: backrow
     
  17. whiteathlete33

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    Woodhead has 3 carries now for 24 yards.  He just broke a 16 yard run!
     
  18. kre08

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    Hell yeah Danny Woodhead just busted a 16 yard carry! Great news.
     
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    Shockey makes a statement with a huge catch running 44 yards after contact.
     
  20. backrow

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    ooh, some interesting commentary straight away after a beautiful long run by Danny:

    "it can't get much worse for Raiders, if they are going to start giving away long runs to Danny Woodhead"... the way he said it was just so insulting to Danny, who looked amazing in this aforementioned carry (and yeah, he was wearing WR's number)...
     
  21. backrow

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    btw this just in from rotoworld:


    Leon Washington was carted off the first in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Raiders with a lower leg injury.

    The extent of Leon's injury is unknown, but he appeared to be in significant pain and was quickly ruled out for the remaining three quarters. Not a good sign. Shonn Greene is active and now moves into the No. 2 back role behind Thomas Jones. Jones' role will increase in the favorable matchup.

    that would definitely favor Danny as a change of pace back, since both Greene and Jones are more bruisers than fast scat backs. if Washington is out, might be the best news we've had in a while!
     
  22. whiteathlete33

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    Shockey may hit 100 yards today.  He already has 91.  He just did with 105 yards on the day!


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  23. backrow

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    he just did. he's such a high enery player, you just have to feed him! he keeps getting better and better after every catch.
     
  24. Deadlift

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    It takes sooooooo long for Michael Turner to get from 1st gear to 2nd gear. Yet, we "somehow" can't compete?

    What a joke...
     
  25. backrow

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    what a joke this Ginn jr. is. really.
    thankfully they have Camarillo! nice catch on 3rd down.
     

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