2007 NFL Week 9

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RUNNINGBACKS:

Derek Schouman, H-Back Bills: 2 catches for 10 yards

Luke Lawton, FB Colts: waived and waiting to be resigned again

John Kuhn, FB Packers: NSA

Korey Hall, FB Packers: NSA

Brad Hoover, FB Panthers: 2 catches for 12 yards

Kyle Eckel, FB/RB Patriots: NSA

Heath Evans, FB/RB Patriots: 1 carry for 3 yards

Brian Leonard, RB Rams: BYE

Mike Karney, FB Saints: 1 catch for 8 yards

Dan Kreider, FB Steelers: NSA

Jeff Dugan, H-Back Vikings: NSA

Garrett Mills, H-Back Vikings: IA, AGAIN
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WIDE RECEIVERS:

Mike Hass, Bears: BYE

Brandon Stokley, Broncos: only 4 catches for 32 yards but scored Broncos only TD of the day; Cutler's injury and Ramsey's stubborn desire to get tha ball to Marshall (dropped 4 balls) hurt him today

Joe Jurevicius, Browns: 4 catches for 69 yards, also caught a 2 point conversion
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Jerhame Urban, Cardinals: 1-12

Anthony Gonzalez, Colts: 1-13, left the game with an injury early on; also drew a huge interference call that moved Colts 40 plus yards to the goal line.

Greg Camarillo, Dolphins: BYE

Kevin Curtis, Eagles: 5-51

Wes Welker, Patriots: 5 catches for only 38 yards, but he made them when it mattered, including a short TD catch. Wes also had several great returns, including punt returns of 35 and 25 and kickoff return for 26
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Matt Jones, Jaguars: NSA
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Mike Furrey, Lions: 3-32 and a TD
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Tim Dwight, Raiders: his only catch of his first Raider game went for 28 yards and a TD, his first since 2005
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Drew Bennett, Rams: BYE

Dane Looker, Rams: BYE

David Anderson, Texans: NSA
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Kevin Walter, Texans: 3-33
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TIGHT ENDS:

Greg Olsen, Bears: BYE

Nate Jackson, Broncos: NSA

Tony Scheffler, Broncos: second on the team with 6 catches for 46 yards

Steve Heiden, Browns: 1-6

Troy Bienemann, Cardinals: NSA

Scott Chandler, Chargers: IA, AGAIN
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Dallas Clark, Colts: only 2 catches for 15 yards
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Ben Utecht, H-Back Colts: 1-8

Jason Witten, Cowboys: only 3 catches but they went for 77 yards (including a crazy, no-helmet 53 yarder) and a TD

Justin Peele, Dolphins: BYE

Brent Celek, Eagles: 1-6

Matt Schobel, Eagles: NSA

Jeremy Shockey, Giants: BYE

Greg Estandia, Jaguars: IA, INJ

Isaac Smolko, Jaguars: NSA

Sean Ryan, Jets: NSA

Joe Kowalewski, Jets: his second career reception went for a 1 yard TD
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Sean McHugh, Lions: 1-46
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Ryan Krause, Packers: 2-11

Jeff King, Panthers: 2-14

Kyle Brady, Patriots: NSA

Joe Klopfenstein, Rams: BYE

Zach Miller, Raiders: 1-3

John Madsen, Raiders: NSA, AGAIN
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Todd Heap, Ravens: IA, INJ

Quinn Sypniewski, Ravens: 2-25

Chris Cooley, Redskins: 4-58

Eric Johnson, Saints: 4-27

Will Heller, Seahawks: NSA

Heath Miller, Steelers: 2-17, 1 TD

Matt Spaeth, Steelers: NSA

Jerame Tuman, Steelers: IA, INJ

Owen Daniels, Texans: 4-41

Jeb Putzier, Texans: IA, INJ

Ben Hartsock, Titans: 1-11



Defense

DEFENSIVE TACKLES:

Kyle Williams, Bills: 2 tackles

Chris Hovan, Bucs: 2 tackles

Ross Kolodziej, Cardinals: IA, AGAIN
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Ryon Bingham, Chargers: 1 tackle

Dan Klecko, DT/FB Colts: NSA

Quinn Pitcock, Colts: IA, AGAIN
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Tim Anderson, Falcons: IA, first week with a team

Derek Landri, Jaguars: IA, AGAIN
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Mike Wright, Patriots: 3 tackles

Adam Carriker, Rams: BYE

Kelly Gregg, Ravens:

Justin Bannan, Ravens:

Ryan Boschetti, Redskins: IA, AGAIN
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Brian Young, Saints: IA, INJ

Craig Terrill, Seahawks: 2 tackles

Travis Kirschke, Steelers: 3 tackles, 1 sack

Jeff Zgonina, Texans: 2 tackles


DEFENSIVE ENDS:

Justin Smith, Bengals: 7 tackles

Aaron Schobel, Bills: 3 tackles

Chris Kelsay, Bills: 1 tackle

Ryan Denney, Bills: NSA

John Engelberger, Broncos: 1 tackle

Igor Olshansky, Chargers: 2 tackles

Luis Castillo, Chargers: 3 tackles, 1 sack

Jared Allen, Chiefs: 3 tackles, 0.5 a sack

Josh Thomas, Colts: 1 tackle

Jeff Charleston, Colts: 1 tackle

Rob Ninkovich, Dolphins: BYE

Matt Roth, Dolphins: BYE

Rob Meier, Jaguars: 2 tackles, 1 FR

Jared DeVries, Lions: 3 tackles, 0.5 a sack

Aaron Kampman, Packers: 4 tackles, 1 sack

Tyler Brayton, Raiders: 2 tackles

Patrick Kerney, Seahawks: 2 tackles

Jason Babin, LB/DE Seahawks: IA, AGAIN
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Aaron Smith, Steelers: IA, INJ

Brett Keisel, Steelers: 2 tackles

Kyle Vanden Bosch, Titans: 2 tackles, 1 sack

Travis LaBoy, Titans: 1 sack, 1 interception
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Sean Conover Titans: IA, AGAIN
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Brian Robison, Vikings: NSA


LINEBACKERS:

Brian Urlacher, Bears: BYE

Hunter Hillenmeyer, Bears: BYE

Caleb Miller, Bengals: IA; INJ

Anthony Schlegel, Bengals: 5 tackles

John DiGiorgio, Bills: 3 tackles

Coy Wire, Bills: NSA

Barrett Ruud, Bucs: 1 tackle
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Monty Beisel, Cardinals: game (and career)high 12 tackles

Matt Wilhelm, Chargers: game and career high 14 tackles
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, the only effective tackler on Chargers team that allowed almost 380 yards on the ground

Rocky Boiman, Colts: 3 tackles

Bobby Carpenter, Cowboys: NSA

Zach Thomas, Dolphins: BYE

Chris Gocong, Eagles: 2 tackles

Stewart Bradley, Eagles: NSA

Keith Brooking, Falcons: 6 tackles, 1 sack

Derek Smith, 49ers: 2 tackles

Jeff Ulbrich, 49ers: 5 tackles

Brett Kassell, Jets: NSA

Matt Chatham, Jets: 1 tackle

Teddy Lehman, Lions: 4 tackles, 1 for a loss

AJ Hawk, Packers: 4 tackles and a 10 yard interception return

Brady Poppinga, Packers: 1 tackle

Dan Morgan, Panthers: IA, still injured

Adam Seward, Panthers: NSA

Tim Shaw, Panthers: NSA

Mike Vrabel, Patriots: 5 tackles and 1 sack
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Tedy Bruschi, Patriots: 4 tackles

Brandon Chillar, Rams: BYE

Jarrett Johnson, Ravens: 6 tackles

Scott Fujita, Saints: 4 tackles

Mark Simoneau, Saints: 3 tackles

Scott Shanle, Saints: IA, INJ

Ryan Fowler, Titans: 6 tackles

Chad Greenway, Vikings: 4 tackles, 1 FR

Heath Farwell, Vikings: NSA

Ben Leber, Vikings: 5 tackles


DEFENSIVE BACKS:

Adam Archuleta, SS Bears: BYE

John Wendling, SS Bills: NSA

Jim Leonhard, FS Bills: 2 punt returns for avg of 9 yards

John Lynch, FS Broncos: IA, INJ

Aaron Francisco, FS Cardinals: injured early in the game

Steve Gregory, CB Chargers: NSA

Eric Weddle, SS Chargers: 1 tackle

Jon McGraw, SS Chiefs: NSA

Brannon Condren, FS/CB Colts: IA, AGAIN
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Matt Giordano, SS Colts: NSA

Cameron Worrell, FS Dolphins: BYE

Sean Considine, SS Eagles: 3 tackles

Craig Dahl, FS/CB Giants: BYE

Eric Smith, FS Jets: NSA

Ray Ventrone, Patriots: NSA

Stuart Schweigert, SS Raiders: 8 tackles and 1 interception
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Todd Johnson, SS Rams: BYE

Reed Doughty, FS Redskins: NSA

Kevin Kaesviharn, FS Saints: 2 tackles, FR

Brian Russell, FS Seahawks: 5 tackles

IA inactive
NSA no stats accumulated
DNP did not play
INJ injuredEdited by: backrow
 

Bart

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Most valuable player on the Colts so far, is the guy who tosses the flags.
 

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Bart said:
Most valuable player on the Colts so far, is the guy who tosses the flags.

Pretty weak calls, too, imo. Colts are moving the ball well but you can't be within scoring distance three times and come up with only six points and still expect to win against the Patriots. All that work and then a drive later the Patriots are winning anyway.

Manning looks pissed on the sidelines, too.
 

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Patriots D looks too timid, tentative, and evensomewhat slow at times. Stupid play call by Pats going for long Hail Mary type pass. Didn't need to risk that in that situation. Colts havethe extra emotional zip that home field advantage generates. KInd of boring game so far. As usual inhugely hyped games, the anticipation far exceeds the event.
 
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Pats need to ride the horse that got them this far. Short/medium passes to WELKER!!!!
 

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TD Welker
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Tim Dwight just scored for Raiders, too
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mr.wonderfull said:
Pats need to ride the horse that got them this far. Short/medium passes to WELKER!!!!


Welker was the difference, running back punts and making big catches!
 

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Someone said the Patriots were penalyzed 10 times for a franchise record of 146 yds.On the other side of the ball the Colts had 4 penalties for 25 yds. Quite a disparity for a game of this magnitude.
 

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Welker is quicker than a hiccup and elusive as a straight answer from a politician.

he is incredible!
 

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Bart said:
Someone said the Patriots were penalyzed 10 times for a franchise record of 146 yds. On the other side of the ball the Colts had 4 penalties for 25 yds.Quite a disparity for a game of this magnitude.

I thought the same thing, Bart. A couple of those interference calls on the Pats were reeeeaaal questionable, if you get my drift. Conveniently, the announcers said this particular officiating crew is 'known' for calling offensive pass interference more often than other crews.
 

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White Shogun said:
A couple of those interference calls on the Pats were reeeeaaal questionable, if you get my drift.


I think Belichick should start filming the officiating crew and Polian to steal their signals.
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I wouldn't have cared too much, but I hadmoney where my mouth was and in danger of losing bragging rights to my in-laws and a reprobate brother who is a contrarian.
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Good to see the Pats turn to Welker to be the difference maker. They even put him in to return kickoffs. Something they need to do more often. He could really do some damage on kick returns, more so than punt returns.
 

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As I look around, it seems more and more likely that the teams that are QB'd by blacks will either not make the playoffs or if they do they'll be gone quickly. Interesting. Also, it's my opinion that teams like Jacksonville and Tennesee are at high points and won't be able to improve from this year. Next year will be down years for both of them.

Tom Iron...
 

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Despite there being no clear-cut white player of the week as in weeks past...I did see two very good things happen yesterday.

#1: John Madden said something intelligent during the Eagles-Cowboys game when he said: "If this were the Patriots, they'd say they're running the score up." Madden was referring to the way Dallas was man-handling the Eagles and continued to throw downfield very late in the game. Perhaps Madden was saying that the black Cowboys are allowed to blow any team out, but the white Pats are ridiculed for making black teams look pathetic.

#2: Ultra-Buffoon "Ocho Cinco" (Chad Johnson) and his delinquent-loving coach Marvin Lewis were made to look foolish by the white Bills defense. Chad was god-awful, dropping many easy throws despite the ball being forced his way countless times. Eventually Chad was taken out on a stretcher. I don't really hate Chad Johnson as much as I do the actual criminals in the NFL (Ray Lewis, Leonard Little, Tank Johnson, Mike Vick, etc), but I do find him quite irritating because he never shows up when it counts.

BTW, I loved that move Welker made on his catch with about 2 mins left when he quickly hit the ground to keep the clock moving...very smart!
 

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remark22 said:
Anyone see that shot that Witten took? That man's a beast!

Incredible play. That play was everywhere in the news this morning. The toughness of the white athlete on display. There seems to be a abundance of talent and toughness at the White tight end position. Shockey, Witten and Heap are fun to watch.
 

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guest301 said:
remark22 said:
Anyone see that shot that Witten took? That man's a beast!

Incredible play. That play was everywhere in the news this morning. The toughness of the white athlete on display. There seems to be a abundance of talent and toughness at the White tight end position. Shockey, Witten and Heap are fun to watch.

this catch was NFL.com number 1 "can't miss play of the week"!
 

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An ESPN desk jockeyreferred to Witten as a "hockey player" after showing the play, which I thought was an appropriate and complimentary analogy. White football players do play tough as nails just like hockey players. Wish I could say the same aboutblack NFL players, but too many of them play soft. The Caste System has made it easy for highly paid players to give less than all-out effort and get away with it. Even Chris Berman interjected a couple comments last night duringhighlights on"The Blitz"pointing outparticularly horrific non-tackling attempts by black DBs. Edited by: Don Wassall
 

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lumsdenpower said:
Am i the only who cheer for the Colts against the Pats?


Last year many of us including me were hoping Manning would get the monkey off his back and do well in the playoffs and Super Bowl. He and Dallas Clark did very well and made us happy. I would still choose Tom Brady over him based on Tom's uncanny ability to make plays at the end of big games dutring crunch time. Nobody does it better.
 

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guest301 said:
remark22 said:
Anyone see that shot that Witten took? That man's a beast!

Incredible play. That play was everywhere in the news this morning. The toughness of the white athlete on display. There seems to be a abundance of talent and toughness at the White tight end position. Shockey, Witten and Heap are fun to watch.

I don't know who the 2nd DB was on came in on Whitten but boy what the f*uck was that monkey humpin b.s.? I mean this DB actually kind of jumped on to Whitten and tore off his helmet. WTF ever happened to tackling players larger than you(which Whitten blantently was) lower than the waist. I guess it looks more dramatic to lunge at a player's head and grab the helmet off his head. Only in today's NFL...
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