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Monday, December 4, 2017
12:20 AM - December 4, 2017. Written by mixxx01
NFL Standings - Updated: Jan 1,
NFC EASTWLT
PHIL32
DAL32
GIANTS23
WASH13
NFC NORTHWLT
DET50
GB14
CHI14
MIN05
NFC SOUTHWLT
TB41
ATL31
NO22
CAR14
NFC WESTWLT
RAMS32
SF32
SEA32
ARZ23
AFC EASTWLT
NE50
MIA23
JETS23
BUF23
AFC NORTHWLT
BALT50
PIT32
CIN23
CLE23
AFC SOUTHWLT
JAX23
HOU23
TEN14
IND14
AFC WESTWLT
OAK41
KC41
DEN31
LAC14
Dynasty: mixxx01
Sunday, December 3, 2017
10:44 PM - December 3, 2017. Written by mixxx01
NFL League Leaders - Updated: Jan 1, WEEK 6
PASS DEFENSEWORST PASS DEFENSE
1. PHIL1. CAR-32
2. OAK2. NE -31
3. WASH3. MIA -30
4. DAL4. TB-29
5. ATL 6. JAX5. BUF -28 , GIA-27
RUSH DEFENSEWORST RUSH DEFENSE
1. PIT1. JETS- 32
2. OAK2. MIN -31
3. NE3. GB -30
4. PHIL4. MIA- 29
5. CHI - 6. CAR5. ARZ -28 SF-27
QB SACKSINTERCEPTIONS
1. MIN191. DET7
2. KC192. ATL7
3. NE183. GIA7
4. TEN184. CHI6
5. HOU 6. MIA18 165. SEA, NO5
3RD DOWN %WORST 3RD DOWN %
1. DET58%1. WASH -3230%
2. JAX56%2. RAMS -3031%
3. HOU54%3. MIN -3031%
4. SEA53%4. TB -2836%
5. IND, NE53%5. GB -28 PIT -2736% - 37%
Dynasty: mixxx01
10:04 PM - December 3, 2017. Written by mixxx01
NFL League Leaders - Updated: Jan 1, WK6
PASSING OFFENSEWORST PASS OFFENSE
1. NE1. WASH -32
2. DET2. DEN -31
3. SF3. GIANTS -30
4. PIT4. CAR -29
5. MIA - 6. KC5. JAX -28 ARZ-27
RUSHING OFFENSEWORST RUSH DEFENSE
1. BUF1. JETS- 32
2. JAX2. WASH -31
3. DAL3. DEN -30
4. TEN4. PIT -29
5. PHIL - 6. TB5. MIA -28 KC- 27
POINTS PER GAMELOWEST POINTS PER GAME
1. NE29.81. MIN11.8
2. ATL28.32. WASH12.3
3. NO27.83. CHI -3016.2
4. DET26.04. PIT -2816.6
5. BUF 6. TB25.4 - 24.85. PHIL -28 GB- 2716.6 - 17.2
POINTS ALLOWED PER GAMEMOST POINTS ALLOWED PER GAME
1. OAK12.01. BUF -3230.6
2. PHIL15.42. MIA -3129.0
3. SEA16.03. SF -3025.2
4. BALT16.44. IND -2923.6
5. WASH , DET17.05. JETS -28 RAMS -2723.4- 23.0
Dynasty: mixxx01
New England Patriots at New Orleans Saints
Sep 17, 20171ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
New England Patriots (2-0)09151741
New Orleans Saints (1-1)037313
Team Stats Comparison
NWENOR
Total Offense408214
Rushing Yards20487
Passing Yards204127
First Downs228
Punt Return Yards2626
Kick Return Yards960
Total Yards530240
Turnovers12
3rd Down Conversion7-144-14
4th Down Conversion0-00-2
2-Point Conversion1-10-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals5-3-21-0-1
Penalties1-51-15
Posession Time35:1524:45
Scoring Summary
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGNWENOR
8:00(NWE) Stephen Gostkowski 19 Yard FG30
3:46(NOR) Wil Lutz 50 Yard FG33
0:40(NWE) Stephen Gostkowski 46 Yard FG63
0:00(NWE) Stephen Gostkowski 59 Yard FG93
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGNWENOR
5:08(NWE) Tom Brady 10 Yard TD Pass to Martellus Bennett (Brady Run)173
2:57(NWE) Tom Brady 2 Yard TD Pass to Martellus Bennett (Gostkowski Kick)243
1:24(NOR) Mark Ingram II 68 Yard TD Run (Lutz Kick)2410
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGNWENOR
12:52(NWE) Tom Brady 2 Yard TD Pass to Chris Hogan (Gostkowski Kick)3110
11:00(NWE) James White 67 Yard TD Run (Gostkowski Kick)3810
6:37(NWE) Stephen Gostkowski 27 Yard FG4110
1:57(NOR) Wil Lutz 26 Yard FG4113
New England Patriots
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Tom Brady25/3525931
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Dion Lewis13947.20
James White68514.11
Tom Brady11515.00
Mike Gillislee4133.20
Brian Hoyer3-3-1.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
James White66811.30
Brandin Cooks45313.20
Dion Lewis44010.00
Rob Gronkowski5397.80
Julian Edelman23417.00
Martellus Bennett3237.62
Chris Hogan122.01
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
Marcus Cannon02
Nate Solder01
Joe Thuney01
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
David Harris91.010
Devin McCourty60.000
Malcolm Butler40.000
Elandon Roberts40.000
Trey Flowers31.000
Malcom Brown30.000
Lawrence Guy21.000
Duron Harmon20.010
Patrick Chung20.000
Shea McClellin20.000
Dont'a Hightower11.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Stephen Gostkowski4/43/31559
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Ryan Allen211557.51
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Dion Lewis24924.50
Phillip Dorsett12424.00
Danny Amendola12323.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Dion Lewis12121.00
Danny Amendola155.00
New Orleans Saints
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Drew Brees17/3316702
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Mark Ingram II12736.01
Alvin Kamara471.70
Drew Brees177.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Michael Thomas46516.20
Willie Snead IV5377.40
Coby Fleener4235.70
Brandon Coleman12020.00
Ted Ginn, Jr.11010.00
Mark Ingram II188.00
Josh Hill144.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
Larry Warford02
Andrus Peat01
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Craig Robertson101.010
Cameron Jordan82.000
Sheldon Rankins81.000
P.J. Williams81.000
Ken Crawley70.000
Kenny Vaccaro70.000
Marcus Williams70.000
Nathan Stupar50.000
Nick Fairley40.000
Marshon Lattimore40.000
Manti Te'o40.000
Rafael Bush30.000
Alex Okafor22.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Wil Lutz2/31/1750
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Thomas Morstead420050.02
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Ted Ginn, Jr.12626.00
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots
Sep 7, 20171ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Kansas City Chiefs (0-1)14103835
New England Patriots (1-0)10147738
Team Stats Comparison
KANNWE
Total Offense344425
Rushing Yards16578
Passing Yards179347
First Downs1720
Punt Return Yards018
Kick Return Yards82112
Total Yards426555
Turnovers01
3rd Down Conversion6-113-7
4th Down Conversion0-00-0
2-Point Conversion1-10-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4-3-16-4-1
Penalties3-232-25
Posession Time32:2927:31
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGKANNWE
9:10(KAN) Spencer Ware 10 Yard TD Run (Butker Kick)70
6:52(NWE) Stephen Gostkowski 29 Yard FG73
2:33(KAN) Spencer Ware 4 Yard TD Run (Butker Kick)143
1:39(NWE) Tom Brady 59 Yard TD Pass to Brandin Cooks (Gostkowski Kick)1410
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGKANNWE
14:54(KAN) Patrick Mahomes II 37 Yard TD Pass to Travis Kelce (Butker Kick)2110
10:35(NWE) Tom Brady 8 Yard TD Pass to Brandin Cooks (Gostkowski Kick)2117
4:05(KAN) Harrison Butker 52 Yard FG2417
0:45(NWE) Tom Brady 2 Yard TD Pass to Danny Amendola (Gostkowski Kick)2424
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGKANNWE
8:03(KAN) Harrison Butker 47 Yard FG2724
3:24(NWE) Tom Brady 7 Yard TD Pass to Rob Gronkowski (Gostkowski Kick)2731
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGKANNWE
11:26(NWE) James White 6 Yard TD Run (Gostkowski Kick)2738
6:47(KAN) Patrick Mahomes II 5 Yard TD Pass to Travis Kelce (Ware Run)3538
Kansas City Chiefs
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Patrick Mahomes II20/2721920
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Spencer Ware211376.52
Patrick Mahomes II5142.80
Kareem Hunt273.50
Alex Smith177.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Travis Kelce89612.02
Chris Conley23919.50
De'Anthony Thomas4297.20
Demetrius Harris2178.50
Albert Wilson11515.00
Tyreek Hill11212.00
Anthony Sherman188.00
Orson Charles133.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
Zach Fulton01
Mitch Morse01
Mitchell Schwartz01
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Eric Berry70.000
Steven Nelson70.000
Derrick Johnson60.010
Darrelle Revis60.000
Justin Houston52.000
Antonio Allen40.000
Chris Jones40.000
Ron Parker40.000
Reggie Ragland40.000
Aaron Lynch20.000
Terrance Mitchell20.000
Marcus Peters20.000
Dan Williams20.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Harrison Butker2/23/3952
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Dustin Colquitt312943.01
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
De'Anthony Thomas25427.00
Tyreek Hill12828.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Tyreek Hill100.00
New England Patriots
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Tom Brady28/3536041
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Dion Lewis13725.50
James White294.51
Tom Brady3-3-1.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Brandin Cooks510721.42
Rob Gronkowski89612.01
Dion Lews45213.00
Chris Hogan24120.50
Julian Edelman22412.00
Danny Amendola3155.01
James Develin11313.00
Martellus Bennett3124.00
BLOCKINGPANCAKESACK
David Andrews30
Nate Solder20
Marcus Cannon22
Shaq Mason10
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Duron Harmon110.000
Elandon Roberts100.000
David Harris90.000
Shea McClellin60.000
Malcolm Butler50.000
Devin McCourty50.000
Trey Flowers41.000
Dont'a Hightower41.000
Lawrence Guy31.000
Stephon Gilmore30.000
Brandon King30.000
Patrick Chung21.000
Malcom Brown20.000
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Stephen Gostkowski1/15/5829
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Ryan Allen210954.50
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Danny Amendola16060.00
Dion Lewis35217.30
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Danny Amendola2189.00
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
Saturday, December 2, 2017
10:28 PM - December 2, 2017. Written by mixxx01
NBA League Leaders - Updated: Jan 1, WEEK 6
RUSHING YARDSYARDS PER ATTEMPT
1. MARTIN, TB5331. MCCOY, BUF7.0
2. ELLIOTT, DAL5272. MIXON, CIN6.5
3. GURLEY, RAMS4943. MARTIN, TB6.3
4. JOHNSON, ARZ4844. GURLEY, RAMS6.1
5. FOURNETTE, JAX 6. BLOUNT, PHIL 7. HYDE, SF446- 424- 4185. JOHNSON, ARZ6.1
YARDS PER GAMERUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
1. MARTIN, TB106.61. ELLIOTT, DAL6
2. ELLIOTT, DAL105.42. JOHNSON, ARZ6
3. GURLEY, RAMS98.83. GORE, IND5
4. JOHNSON, ARZ96.84. BELL, PIT5
5. MCCOY, BUF91.05.
RECEPTIONSRECEIVING YARDS
1. GRONK, NE261. GREEN, CIN562
2. BROWN, PIT252. BROWN, PIT560
3. HILTON, IND253. LANDRY, MIA537
4. LANDRY, MIA244. COOKS, NE513
5. WOODS, RAMS -MACLIN, BALT245. HILTON, IND 6. JONES, ATL 7. THOMAS, NO511- 510- 505
TACKLESSACKS
1. SHAZIER, PIT391. HOUSTON, KC10
2. DAVIS, DET392. DONALD, RAMS8
3. KENDRICKS, MIN393. HUNTER, MIN6
4. BUCANNON, ARZ384. DUNLAP, CIN6
5. KUECHLEY, CAR385. CASEY, TEN6
Dynasty: mixxx01
09:32 PM - December 2, 2017. Written by mixxx01
NFL League Leaders - Updated: Jan 1, WEEK5
PASSING YARDSPASSER RATING
1. BRADY, NE 15511. BETHARD, SF148.1
2. STAFFORD, DET12712. BRADY, NE126.8
3. CUTLER, MIA12163. WATSON, HOU122.9
4. SMITH, KC11354. BREES, NO118.3
5. MCCOWN, JETS 6. DALTON, CIN LUCK , IND1105- 11035. STAFFORD, DET 6. WINSTON, TB117.6 - 111.4
PASSING TDCOMPLETION %
1. BRADY, NE 141. BETHARD, SF79%
2. STAFFORD, DET112. BRADY, NE71%
3. WINSTON, TB113. CARR, OAK69%
4. GOFF, RAMS104. WATSON, HOU67%
5. BREES, NO - RYAN, ATL95. PRESCOTT, DAL - 6. STAFFORD, DET65%- 63%
YARDS PER ATTEMPTPASSING INTERCEPTIONS
1. BEATHARD, SF13.71. GLENNON, CHI8
2. BREES, NO11.22. RYAN, ATL7
3. BRADY, NE11.23. WENTZ, PHIL7
4. RYAN, ATL10.64. PRESCOTT, DAL6
5. STAFFORD, DET - 6. WATSON, HOU10.3 - 10.05. LUCK, IND -BRADFORD, MIN- FLACCO, BALT5
MOST SACKEDYARDS PER GAME
1. RIVERS, LAR191. BRADY, NE310.2
2. BORTES, JAX172. RYAN, ATL271.0
3. WINSTON, TB173. BREES, NO269.8
4. DALTON, CIN174. STAFFORD, DET254.2
5. WILSON, SEA175. CUTLER, MIA243.2
Dynasty: mixxx01
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
11:10 PM - November 29, 2017. Written by thegna4
All-Star Break Update

The Baltimore Owls have actually played above expectations all season, especially as of late. The Owls go into the All-Star break at an unimpressive 25-34, but for an expansion team in their first season, it's nothing to sneeze at. They currently sit in 11th in the now 16-team Eastern Conference and just 2.5 games behind the Orlando Magic for the 8th and final playoff spot.

The purpose of this season has been to find out who's going to be on the team in a meaningful role next season, and who will be riding the bench or off the team. So far no one has put together a season that has the front office ready to move on. It's been a balanced attack all season, with Josh Richardson leading the team in scoring at just 12.4 points per game. Overall this season has so far been full of development, and hopefully with a few more pieces added in the offseason, they could be a playoff team come next year.

Baltimore Owls Stats - 2017-18
PlayerGPMINPPGRPGAPGSPGBPGTPGFPG
Josh Richardson59160312.42.41.31.00.71.62.6
Ivica Zubac56151312.27.40.60.71.41.43.6
Terry Rozier59165112.25.34.21.10.11.81.9
Juan Hernangomez59168511.86.90.31.20.31.82.3
Langston Galloway59168911.64.03.51.00.11.52.4
Justin Jackson44110711.52.40.40.70.21.61.6
Isaiah Whitehead5913079.72.43.70.40.41.12.7
Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot5913079.32.31.40.50.01.12.2
Mike Muscala5912728.65.30.40.50.71.22.1
Ante Zizic598204.45.20.10.50.50.81.9
Dynasty: thegna4
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
02:41 AM - November 28, 2017. Written by kpeltz96
NFL Standings - Updated: Dec 5, 2017
NFC EASTWLT
Eagles - Y111
Cowboys66
Redskins57
Giants39
NFC NORTHWLT
Vikings102
Lions75
Packers57
Bears48
NFC SOUTHWLT
Panthers93
Saints93
Falcons75
Buccaneers57
NFC WESTWLT
Rams84
Seahawks75
Cardinals57
49ers111
NFC WILD CARD RACEWLT
Saints93
Falcons75
Lions75
Seahawks75
Cowboys66
Redskins57
Cardinals57
Buccaneers57
Packers57
Bears48
Giants39
49ers111
AFC EASTWLT
Patriots102
Bills66
Jets57
Dolphins57
AFC NORTHWLT
Steelers - Y102
Ravens57
Bengals57
Browns012
AFC SOUTHWLT
Titans84
Jaguars84
Texans57
Colts39
AFC WESTWLT
Chiefs66
Chargers66
Raiders57
Broncos39
AFC WILD CARD RACEWLT
Jaguars84
Bills66
Chargers66
Ravens57
Bengals57
Raiders57
Jets57
Texans57
Dolphins57
Broncos39
Colts39
Browns012

NFL League Leaders - Updated: Dec 5, 2017
Passing YardsPassing Touchdowns
1. T. Brady37251. T. Brady25
2. B. Roethlisberger33262. R. Wilson25
3. D. Brees32443. C. Wentz25
4. M. Stafford32174. B. Roethlisberger24
5. R. Wilson31855. J. Goff23
Rushing YardsReceptions
1. L. Bell10971. A. Brown91
2. T. Gurley II10422. L. Fitzgerald80
3. J. Howard10073. J. Landry78
4. K. Hunt9944. M. Thomas77
5. M. Ingram II9745. D. Hopkins71
Receiving YardsTackles
1. A. Brown13281. Z. Brown119
2. D. Hopkins10132. B. Wagner109
3. A. Green9943. J. Schobert107
4. A. Thielen9784. P. Brown103
5. B. Cooks9535. W. Woodyard102
SacksInterceptions
1. D. Lawrence16.01. K. Byard8
2. M. Ingram15.52. T. Boston5
3. C. Campbell14.53. A. Bouye5
4. E. Griffen14.54. P. Robinson5
5. C. Jones14.05. M. Hyde5
Dynasty: kpeltz96
02:38 AM - November 28, 2017. Written by kpeltz96
Rams Crush Cardinals 42-14

The Cardinals' playoff hopes almost certainly came to an end in this one as they fall to 5-7 on the season. The Rams were explosive right out of the gates as they rattled off 14 points in 2 commanding drives to start the game and took a 14-point lead 11 minutes into the game.
However, the Cardinals responded on the very next play with a 75-yard touchdown run from Adrian Peterson. Peterson rushed for 137 yards on 20 carries. He has now run the football 63 times with Kyle Peltz at the helm and has rushed for 431 yards in these 2 games. Despite an extremely slow start to the season, Peterson has all but locked up another 1000-yard season as he only needs to gain 119 yards total in the last 4 games of the season. On Los Angeles' next drive they managed to get into field goal range at the 34 yard line before the drive stalled. Antoine Bethea blocked the kick and took it to the house to even the game at 14-14 as the first quarter came to a close. Unfortunately, 14 was all that Arizona would get in this one, as the Rams defense stifled the Cards' offense. Jared Goff went on to throw 4 more touchdown passes; 2 to Watkins and 2 to Kupp. He wound up with 5 touchdowns and zero interceptions on the day and completed over 80%
of his passes in what was likely the best game of his young career.
Larry Fitzgerald caught 5 passes today and picked up 62 yards. He now has 80 catches and 884 receiving yards in 2017. He is just 19 yards away from passing Randy Moss as 3rd place all-time in receiving yards.
If he sticks around for another season, he'll likely pass Terrell Owens and become the 2nd most prolific receiver in NFL history in terms of receiving yards.
Matt Barkley got his second straight start today and threw an interception early on. He wasn't quite as good as he was in his start last week against Jacksonville and Blaine Gabbert came in for him late in the 4th quarter. When prompted, interim head coach Peltz declined to discuss whether Barkley would start again next week against the Titans.


Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals
Dec 3, 20171ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Los Angeles Rams (8-4)14147742
Arizona Cardinals (5-7)1400014
Team Stats Comparison
LARARI
Total Offense491301
Rushing Yards188162
Passing Yards303139
First Downs2114
Punt Return Yards1315
Kick Return Yards074
Total Yards504390
Turnovers1 (+1)2 (-1)
3rd Down Conversion7-11 (63%)5-12 (41%)
4th Down Conversion0-0 (0%)1-4 (25%)
2-Point Conversion0-0 (0%)0-0 (0%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals4-4 (100%)0-1 (0%)
Penalties3-250-0
Posession Time32:1327:47
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGLARARI
10:12(LAR) T. Gurley II 3 yard run (G. Zuerlein kick)70
4:00(LAR) T. Gurley II 9 yard pass (G. Zuerlein kick)140
3:50(ARI) A. Peterson 75 yard run (P. Dawson kick)147
0:34(ARI) A. Bethea, returned fumble 62 yards (P. Dawson kick)1414
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGLARARI
7:10(LAR) S. Watkins 6 yard pass from J. Goff (G. Zuerlein kick)2114
1:05(LAR) C. Kupp 49 yard pass from J. Goff (G. Zuerlein kick)2814
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGLARARI
6:35(LAR) C. Kupp 9 yard pass from J. Goff (G. Zuerlein kick)3514
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGLARARI
3:58(LAR) S. Watkins 55 yard pass from J. Goff (G. Zuerlein kick)4214
Los Angeles Rams
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
J. Goff24/2933950
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
T. Gurley281675.91
T. Austin2199.50
G. Gronkowski122.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
T. Higbee7486.80
T. Gurley II55711.41
C. Kupp49122.72
S. Watkins48621.52
R. Woods22613.00
G. Everett11818.00
D. Carrier11313.00
Arizona Cardinals
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
M. Barkley16/2715201
B. Gabbert3/61200
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
A. Peterson201376.81
B. Gabbert22412.00
K. Williams100.00
T. Niklas111.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
L. Fitzgerald56212.40
A. Peterson4235.70
J. Brown3258.30
J. Gresham382.60
J. Brown23417.00
R. Seals-Jones166.00
T. Niklas166.00
Dynasty: kpeltz96
Sunday, November 26, 2017
05:37 PM - November 26, 2017. Written by kpeltz96
Cards Dominate Jags, Win 31-17
The Cardinals showed out in this Week 12 win to advance to 5-6 and keep their small playoff hopes alive. From the beginning of the game,
Adrian Peterson was the story of the game. He came 2 yards shy of breaking his record for rushing yards in a single game. Not only did he rush for 294 yards, but he did it against one of the league's most dominant defenses. Jacksonville lived up to its reputation as "Sacksonville" as they brought down first-time starter Matt Barkley 6 times, but they simply had no answer against Adrian Peterson who rushed the ball an incredible 43 times. Speaking of Matt Barkley, he performed well overall despite some early accuracy issues. He lost a fumble on a rushing attempt early in the game, but he managed to avoid throwing an interception in the game. He threw the ball 29 times and completed 18 passes for 195 yards. Blake Bortles also threw the ball 29 times, but only completed 15 of his throws as he struggled with accuracy all game.
Most of Jacksonville's offense came on 2 big plays today, but the Arizona defense was pretty lights out other than that. The Cardinals dominated the time of possession today as they held the ball for just over two-thirds of the game. Leonard Fournette ran for a 58 yard touchdown in the first quarter, but on his other 12 carries the Cardinals held him to just 12 yards. Besides the one big play, Jacksonville's running game was a non-factor. Kyle Peltz said he was proud of his team after the game, but that there were still some glaring issues, such as holes in the secondary and an inability to throw the ball down the field. It remains to see whether the Cardinals running game has come alive or whether this game was a fluke performance. The answer to that question will likely determine whether the Cardinals can contend for a playoff spot this season. The Cardinals face the Rams next week in Arizona.


Jacksonville Jaguars at Arizona Cardinals
Nov 26, 20171ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Jacksonville Jaguars (7-4)707317
Arizona Cardinals (5-6)5910731
Team Stats Comparison
JACARI
Total Offense328458
Rushing Yards89293
Passing Yards239165
First Downs1225
Punt Return Yards016
Kick Return Yards0124
Total Yards328598
Turnovers21
3rd Down Conversion5-118-15
4th Down Conversion0-00-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1-24-5
Penalties1-52-10
Posession Time19:5740:03
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGJACARI
9:27(ARI) P. Dawson, 38 yard field goal03
4:05(ARI) Team Safety05
1:04(JAC) L. Fournette, 58 yard run (J. Lambo kick)75
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGJACARI
10:47(ARI) P. Dawson, 51 yard field goal78
4:19(ARI) P. Dawson, 53 yard field goal711
0:00(ARI) P. Dawson, 36 yard field goal714
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGJACARI
9:27(ARI) P. Dawson, 31 yard field goal717
6:48(JAC) D. Westbrook 61 yard pass from B. Bortles (J. Lambo kick)1417
0:34(ARI) A. Peterson, 2 yard run (P. Dawson kick)1424
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGJACARI
10:29(JAC) J. Lambo, 38 yard field goal1724
1:53(ARI) A. Peterson, 34 yard run (P. Dawson kick)1731
Jacksonville Jaguars
Arizona Cardinals
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
M. Barkley18/2919500
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
A.Peterson432946.82
M. Barkley320.60
K. Williams1-3-3.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
L. Fitzgerald6549.00
J. Brown44711.70
J. Brown34314.30
J. Gresham2115.50
R. Seals-Jones12929.00
J. Nelson155.00
A. Peterson166.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
K. Dansby70.000
R. Nkemdiche60.000
C. Peters61.000
P. Peterson50.000
T. Williams40.000
A. Bethea40.010
T. Mathieu30.000
D. Bucannon31.000
J. Bethel20.000
C. Jones20.000
H. Reddick21.000
X. Williams10.000
F. Rucker10.000
Dynasty: kpeltz96
03:54 PM - November 26, 2017. Written by kpeltz96
Arians Resigns, Enter Peltz
Bruce Arians has resigned as head coach of the Arizona Cardinals in an unexpected turn of events. The team has placed the offensive coordinator, Kyle Peltz, in an interim head coaching role.
Howvever, Peltz made it clear that he expects to keep the job following this season. "I would not have accepted this position if I didn't think I could keep it after this season. This team has been in a downward spiral this season and I plan on changing the culture of this franchise moving forward. Losing will no longer be tolerated," said the confident Peltz.
He also went on to say that he plans on implementing many of the lessons he learned as a Bellichick disciple in New England. That task is easier said than done, but with the state that this team is in, a change in leadership could inject some life into the franchise and change the course for the better. Only time will tell.


Arizona Cardinals Depth Chart - 2017
Regular Offense
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
WRLarry FitzgeraldJohn Brown
TEJermaine GreshamTroy NiklasRicky Seals-Jones
LTJohn WetzelVinston Painter
LGAlex BooneEarl Watford
CA.Q. ShipleyMax Tuerk
RGEvan BoehmWill Holden
RTJared Veldheer
WRJaron Brown
QBMatt BarkleyBlaine GabbertDrew Stanton
FBTroy NiklasElijah Penny
HBAdrian PetersonKerwynn WIlliamsBronson HillElijah Penny
Base 3-4 Defense
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
LDERobert NkemdicheChandler JonesCorey Peters
NTCorey PetersXavier WilliamsRodney GunterJosh Mauro
RDEFrostee RuckerChandler JonesCorey Peters
LOLBHaasan ReddickKarrem MartinBryson Albright
LILBDeone BucannonScooby Wright III
RILBKarlos DansbyJosh Bynes
ROLBChandler JonesKareem MartinBryson Albright
CBPatrick PetersonJustin BethelBudda Baker
SSAntoine BetheaBudda BakerRudy Ford
FSTyrann MathieuAntoine BetheaBudda Baker
CBTramon WilliamsBrandon Williams
Special Teams
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
KPhil Dawson
PAndy Lee
PRKerwynn WIlliamsPatrick PetersonRudy FordJ.J. Nelson
KRKerwynn WilliamsBrittan GoldenChad WilliamsPatrick Peterson
LSA.Q. ShipleyAlex BooneEarl Watford
Dynasty: kpeltz96
03:29 PM - November 26, 2017. Written by drjones56
BOSTON- In what was most assuredly a statement game that the Boston Celtics are to be taken seriously the Denver Nuggets were the sacrificial lambs on this night. Boston took a commanding 15-3 lead to open the game and never looked back en route to a complete dismantling of a Western Conference playoff team. Gordon Hayward poured in 21 through 3 quarters in this laugher while Kyrie Irving added 19 and Marcus Morris notched a double-double going for 16 and 12. Boston held the visiting Nuggets to a paltry 33% from the field and solidified their spot as the best defensive team in the NBA giving up only 73. Denver, on a night sorely lacking any production, was led by Paul Millsap with 13 points and 6 boards. Boston ran its winning streak to 11 and welcome the visiting Jazz on Friday before hitting the road for a pair.


Denver Nuggets (17-10) at Boston Celtics (25-4)
Dec 13, 20171234Final
Denver1420162373
Boston25362428113
Top Performers
Denver Nuggets
P Millsap - 13pts 6reb
J Nelson - 5pts 6ast
Boston Celtics
G Hayward - 21pts 4ast
M Morris - 16pts 12reb
Team Stats Comparison
DENBOS
FG Made-Att30-9147-96
3PT Made-Att8-2411-37
FT Made-Att5-88-8
Rebounds4766
Assists1425
Turnovers910
Steals77
Blocks15
Denver Nuggets
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Boston Celtics
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Dynasty: drjones56
02:22 PM - November 26, 2017. Written by drjones56
Matchup Preview | December 13, 2017
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Denver Nuggets
(17-10, 10-5 Away)
Boston Celtics
(25-4, 12-2 Home)
Stats Comparison
107.9Points Per Game105.6
105.0PPG Allowed92.4
Game Notes
The Denver Nuggets head to Boston to attempt to end the Celtics current 10 game winning streak. Denver's 7th rated scoring offense will have their work cut out for them against the NBA's top defensive team playing in front of their home crowd. Tip is scheduled for 7:00 PM on the 2K Sports Network.
Dynasty: drjones56
02:11 PM - November 26, 2017. Written by drjones56
As we roll through December, the Boston Celtics are currently riding the strength of a 10 game winning streak that has them sitting at 25-4 and on top of the Eastern Conference. Early season injuries to Kyrie Irving, Gordon Hayward and Jaylen Brown have done little to hamper their success as they are putting together winning efforts playing the very definition of team basketball. 6 players average double-digits with another 3 within striking distance of the feat.





Boston Celtics Stats - 2017-18
PlayerGPMINPPGRPGAPGSPGBPGTPGFPG
K. Irving1549424.73.54.71.30.11.30.9
G. Hayward2372118.36.04.10.90.41.10.8
A. Horford2990314.612.42.00.81.60.62.0
M. Smart2996212.54.23.71.20.10.70.8
J. Brown919410.63.82.80.90.30.30.4
T. Rozier2973810.43.43.10.80.00.00.3
J. Tatum275179.94.41.20.50.40.60.8
G. Yabusele173899.57.11.20.40.30.31.6
M. Morris277469.37.12.50.90.20.61.3
A. Baynes294796.18.20.90.40.70.21.2
S. Ojeleye6645.01.70.80.20.20.00.3
S. Larkin233034.71.02.10.70.00.60.1
D. Theis253342.93.10.80.20.40.20.9
A. Nader7362.90.60.60.00.10.00.0
Dynasty: drjones56

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