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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
@
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
Saturday, November 25, 2017
08:39 PM - November 25, 2017. Written by thegna4
CHARLOTTE - The Baltimore Owls showed everyone they won't be going quietly this season as they took the Charlotte Hornets to double overtime in their first game as a franchise. Ultimately the Owls couldn't pull it out, as the Hornets won 121-114 in game one this season. The Owls jumped out to a quick start but lost their lead going into the half, then got beat bad in the third quarter to get down by as many as 12 points in the fourth. Baltimore came back behind what was a full team effort to take this one to overtime. Josh Richardson had a chance to win it in regulation with a 3 at the buzzer but it rimmed out.

Overtime started strong for the Hornets but finished with Justin Jackson scoring the last 8 points of the period, including a fastbreak dunk with 14 seconds left to tie the game and eventually send it to a second overtime. Charlotte overpowered Baltimore in the second overtime, however, and pulled away for a 7 point victory.

It was a full team effort for the Owls, who had 7 players score in double figures. Josh Richardson led the way in scoring with 22, while Terry Rozier added a double-double of 19 points and 11 assists. For the Hornets it was a two-man show. Kemba Walker scored 36 points, but needed 40 shots to do so. The real killer in this one was Dwight Howard. Howard had a vintage game and finished with 22 points and 26 rebounds, dominating the offensive glass late in the fourth quarter and both overtimes.

Next up for the Owls: @ Denver Nuggets (0-0)

Baltimore Owls (0-1) at Charlotte Hornets (1-0)
Oct 17, 20171234OTFinal
Baltimore2518193121114
Charlotte1826282128121
Top Performers
Baltimore Owls
Dwight Howard - 22 pts, 26 reb
Kemba Walker - 36 pts, 15-40 FG
Charlotte Hornets
Terry Rozier - 19 pts, 11 ast
Josh Richardson - 22 pts, 3 stl
Team Stats Comparison
BALCHA
FG Made-Att42-9351-108
3PT Made-Att13-3111-36
FT Made-Att17-248-14
Rebounds5160
Assists3025
Turnovers87
Steals76
Blocks33
Baltimore Owls
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Terry Rozier326-131-36-741100119
Langston Galloway344-110-52-24600110
Josh Richardson286-154-86-82230022
Juan Hernangomez366-122-41-38300113
Ivica Zubac344-100-10-01622318
BENCHMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Justin Jackson234-63-30-02210011
Mike Muscala183-80-00-0700016
Isaiah Whitehead144-101-32-42300211
Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot134-62-30-02000010
Ante Zizic81-20-00-0411012
Charlotte Hornets
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Kemba Walker4315-404-162-22420136
Jeremy Lamb334-101-53-53600212
Nicolas Batum376-172-60-04620214
Frank Kaminsky344-90-21-1810009
Dwight Howard3310-150-02-526312022
BENCHMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Cody Zeller163-30-00-11110106
Marvin Williams153-52-40-0410008
Malik Monk153-52-30-0130008
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist143-40-00-0101026
Dynasty: thegna4
Friday, November 24, 2017
05:29 PM - November 24, 2017. Written by thegna4

INDIANAPOLIS - In the first game after trading for Dario Saric and T.J. McConnell, the Phoenix Suns put together a great team effort to top the Indiana Pacers 108-100. After a shaky defensive start to the game, the Suns shut down the Pacers in the second quarter, eventually stretching their lead to as much as 14 points. Indiana would fight back to make the fourth quarter a back-and-forth affair, but Phoenix pulled it out in the end to get their 5th win of the season.

Devin Booker led the Suns in scoring with 24 points, but this was a team effort that saw 5 different players score double digit points. Booker struggled shooting from the field, but hit two big 3's in the last minute to ice the game. The big advantage for Phoenix came in bench scoring. Donovan Mitchell led a second unit that outscored Indiana's bench 37-14. The big addition for the Suns, Dario Saric, had a nice game himself. Saric totaled 16 points and added 8 rebounds to his line. For the Pacers, balance was not in the cards. Carmelo Anthony had his way for most of the game, scoring 34 points on 15-25 shooting. The second of the two-headed monster was Myles Turner, who scored 20 points and had 14 rebounds.

Next up for the Suns: @ Atlanta Hawks (6-10)

Phoenix Suns (5-9) at Indiana Pacers (6-10)
Nov 23, 20181234Final
Phoenix27281934108
Indiana30152827100
Top Performers
Phoenix Suns
Devin Booker - 24 pts
Tyler Ulis - 10 pts, 13 ast
Indiana Pacers
Carmelo Anthony - 34 pts, 6 reb
Myles Turner - 20 pts, 14 reb
Team Stats Comparison
PHOIND
FG Made-Att43-8441-89
3PT Made-Att9-226-17
FT Made-Att13-1912-15
Rebounds4448
Assists3323
Turnovers68
Steals75
Blocks92
Phoenix Suns
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Tyler Ulis284-60-12-201330410
Devin Booker266-194-108-92111224
Josh Jackson255-80-02-67411012
Dario Saric268-170-00-08111016
Rudy Gobert264-50-01-21730309
BENCHMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
T.J. Warren153-42-30-0151108
Donovan Mitchell147-92-30-00100016
Alen Len141-50-10-0400102
Montrezl Harrell144-50-00-0500108
T.J. McConnell121-61-40-0050003
Indiana Pacers
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Darren Collison253-61-32-4150039
Victor Oladipo297-132-31-10410017
Carmelo Anthony3015-253-31-16220034
Domantas Sabonis263-120-10-11540126
Myles Turner2610-170-00-014420020
BENCHMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Thaddeus Young181-50-12-2410014
Darrun Hillard172-50-22-2200006
Patty Mills150-40-42-2210022
Aaron Baynes140-20-02-2420102
Dynasty: thegna4
04:04 PM - November 24, 2017. Written by thegna4

TRADE
The 4-9 Phoenix Suns have made an early season move by trading PF Marquese Chriss and a lottery-protected 2020 1st round pick to the Philadelphia 76ers for PF Dario Saric and PG T.J. McConnell.
Dynasty: thegna4
03:18 PM - November 24, 2017. Written by thegna4

SACRAMENTO - The Suns drop game one of the new season 95-90 to the Sacramento Kings. In a battle of two rebuilding teams, the Suns' own sloppy mistakes kept them from getting into the win column. The Suns shot themselves in the foot all night with careless turnovers, which ended up doing them in in a 5 point loss.

Newcomer Rudy Gobert played a great game in his first in a Suns uniform. He notched 15 points and 16 rebounds to go along with 7 blocks. He looked like a Defensive Player of the Year candidate early and often. Devin Booker scored well overall, but shot poorly from 3 point land down the stretch. Still, the two stars for the Suns came to play. For the Kings, highly touted rookie and first overall pick Freddie Staples led the way in his first career game, scoring 20 points and adding 6 boards. Other than Staples it was a balanced attack for the Kings that wore down the Suns and eventually pulled out the win.

Next up for the Suns: vs. Golden State Warriors (1-0)

Phoenix Suns (0-1) at Sacramento Kings (1-0)
Oct 25, 20181234Final
Phoenix2325212190
Sacramento3117222595
Top Performers
Phoenix Suns
Devin Booker - 29 pts
Rudy Gobert - 15 pts, 16 reb, 7 blk
Sacramento Kings
Freddie Staples - 20 pts, 6 reb
Willie Cauley-Stein - 13 pts, 9 reb, 4 stl, 3 blk
Team Stats Comparison
PHOSAC
FG Made-Att36-6738-80
3PT Made-Att6-182-10
FT Made-Att12-1617-21
Rebounds3935
Assists2219
Turnovers164
Steals311
Blocks104
Phoenix Suns
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Tyler Ulis262-31-10-0140035
Devin Booker2711-233-94-41411229
T.J. Warren273-51-34-43210111
Montrezl Harrell253-40-00-0811026
Rudy Gobert277-120-01-216307315
BENCHMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Donovan Mitchell204-70-10-0040018
Josh Jackson133-81-42-5130019
Alex Len131-10-01-1210213
Marquese Chriss81-20-00-0300002
Dragan Bender71-10-00-0300012
Brandon Knight70-10-00-0100010
Sacramento Kings
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Freddie Staples277-211-25-66410020
Buddy Hield274-91-22-21100111
Bojan Bogdanovic273-90-31-2201007
Skal Labissiere263-40-00-0472106
Willie Cauley-Stein256-90-01-19143113
BENCHMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
De'Aaron Fox193-90-22-2012008
George Hill163-60-12-2041008
Nerlens Noel123-50-03-4310009
Georgios Papagiannis114-60-00-0600018
Kosta Koufos102-20-01-2400015
Dynasty: thegna4
12:55 AM - November 24, 2017. Written by thegna4

Offseason Review
Hired: Mike Budenholzer as head coach to 4 year/$14.2 million deal
Traded: 2018 1st round pick (#2 overall) to Utah Jazz for C Rudy Gobert and SG Donovan Mitchell
Drafted: PG Quincy Phillips (Clemson)
Drafted: PF Anderson Terrell (Indiana State)


Franchise Update
Record: 15-67
Playoff Appearances: 0
Conference Championships: 0
NBA Championships: 0
MVP: 0
Rookie of the Year: 0
Most Improved Player: 0
Defensive Player of the Year: 0
Sixth Man of the Year: 0
Coach of the Year: 0
All-NBA: 0
All-Star: 0
All-Rookie: Josh Jackson (2nd Team, 2017-18)
Dynasty: thegna4
Thursday, November 23, 2017
12:24 PM - November 23, 2017. Written by thegna4

After a tumultuous and disappointing season saw the Phoenix Suns go a measly 15-67, good for the worst record in the NBA, they turn their attention to a loaded draft class and improving a young team. Devin Booker was the lone bright spot on the team, averaging 21.2 points per game. Josh Jackson had a disappointing rookie season, averaging just 7.3 points and 3.3 rebounds per game. He'll look to improve on that next season.

The Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Miami Heat 4 games to 3 in the NBA Finals. Russell Westbrook won MVP, Ben Simmons won Rookie of the Year, Jeremy Lin won Sixth Man of the Year, Andre Drummond won Defensive Player of the Year, Kris Dunn won Most Improved Player, and Mike D'Antoni won Coach of the Year
Dynasty: thegna4
01:26 AM - November 23, 2017. Written by thegna4

PHOENIX - In a battle of two teams that figure to be fighting for ping pong balls rather than rings at the end of the year, the Phoenix Suns dropped their second game of the young season to the Los Angeles Lakers. This one was close throughout, with the Lakers holding a slim lead for much of the second half before closing it out.

Devin Booker led the way for the Suns with 30 points, but he shot just 3-15 from beyond the 3 point line. Much of these struggles occurred in the 4th quarter, where Booker struggled mightily. He played 5 more minutes than the next highest in the game, and it looked like that took a toll on him in crunch time. It'll be interesting to see how coach Jay Triano plays with his rotations to keep Booker fresh down the stretch of games. Lonzo Ball led the Lakers in this one, scoring 24 points in just his second NBA game, looking nothing like a rookie.

Next up for the Suns: @ Los Angeles Clippers (1-0)

Los Angeles Lakers (1-1) at Phoenix Suns (0-2)
Oct 20, 20171234Final
Los Angeles2233212298
Phoenix2323272093
Top Performers
Los Angeles Lakers
Lonzo Ball - 24 pts, 6 ast
Jordan Clarkson - 19 pts
Phoenix Suns
Devin Booker - 30 pts, 6 reb, 3 stl
Marquese Chriss - 18 pts, 9 reb
Team Stats Comparison
LALPHO
FG Made-Att36-7340-90
3PT Made-Att13-289-32
FT Made-Att13-184-4
Rebounds4047
Assists2631
Turnovers129
Steals77
Blocks54
Los Angeles Lakers
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Lonzo Ball278-136-82-24611324
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope283-110-40-0332026
Brandon Ingram254-110-21-4220029
Larry Nance Jr.220-20-00-0721100
Brook Lopez234-80-02-29211110
BENCHMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Jordan Clarkson225-82-37-72410219
Kyle Kuzma145-114-90-01410114
Julius Randle122-30-10-1500104
Ivica Zubac123-30-01-2520007
Luol Deng91-11-10-0210013
Andrew Bogut61-20-00-0000102
Phoenix Suns
STARTERSMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Tyler Ulis291-40-30-00110022
Devin Booker3412-313-153-36331330
T.J. Warren256-101-20-06200013
Marquese Chriss278-172-50-09111218
Greg Monroe275-90-00-013231010
BENCHMINFG3PTFTREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Mike James171-40-10-0280002
Josh Jackson152-61-20-0110025
Alex Len132-30-00-0610104
Dragan Bender133-62-41-1420009
Dynasty: thegna4
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
05:14 PM - November 22, 2017. Written by mixxx01
NFL League Leaders - Updated: Jan 1,
PASS DEFENSEWORST PASS DEFENSE
1. OAK100.81. CAR-32246.3
2. DAL112.32. NE -31242.3
3. CN130.83. CLE -30240.5
4. PHIL138.84. RAMS -29238.8
5. JETS - 6. MIN149.5 - 162.85. BUF -28 , GB -27231.8 - 230.3
RUSH DEFENSEWORST RUSH DEFENSE
1. PIT37.01. MIN -32143.0
2. LAC63.52. JETS -31130.5
3. OAK67.33. MIA -30124.3
4. NE67.54. WASH -29117.5
5. CAR - 6. KC 69.5 - 70.55. SF -28, TEN -27116.8 - 115.0
QB SACKSINTERCEPTIONS
1. HOU161. GIA7
2. KC152. ATL7
3. TEN153. CHI6
4. MIN154. 5
5. MIA - PHIL - NE135.
3RD DOWN %WORST 3RD DOWN %
1. JAX 58%1. WASH -3230%
2. SEA55%2. MIN -3133%
3. DET55%3. RAMS -3034%
4. HOU54%4. CAR -2935%
5. JETS - ATL 53%5. MIA - GB -2736%
Dynasty: mixxx01
05:12 PM - November 22, 2017. Written by mixxx01
NFL League Leaders - Updated: Jan 1,
PASS OFFENSEWORST PASS OFFENSE
1. NE291.01. GIA -32113.5
2. ATL257.32. WASH -31119.8
3. NO256.83. TEN -30135.3
4. PIT250.04. CAR -29137.0
5. RAMS- 6. MIA240.5- 239.05. DEN- 28. JAX -27140.5 - 153.8
RUSHING OFFENSEWORST RUSH OFFENSE
1. BUF135.51. JETS- 3246.8
2. TB130.32. PIT- 3160.8
3. ARZ124.33. KC -3063.5
4. TEN123.84. NE -2965.3
5. JAX - 6. RAMS123.3 - 115.85. BALT -28 MIA -2772.5 - 73.0
POINTS PER GAMELOWEST POINTS PER GAME
1. ATL28.31. WASH -3212.3
2. NE27.82. MIN -3113.5
3. NO27.83. CIN- 3015.0
4. ARZ26.04. GIA- 2915.3
5. TB- 6. DET25.8 - 25.55. GB- 28. CAR -2715.8 - 16.5
POINTS ALLOWED PER GAMEMOST POINTS ALLOWED PER GAME
1. OAK10.51. MIA -3229.8
2. SEA15.02. BUF -3129.0
3. TB15.03. NO -3026.0
4. CIN15.84. SF -2925.5
5. DET - KC16.35. RAMS -28, CHI -2724.5 - 23.8
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05:09 PM - November 22, 2017. Written by mixxx01
NFL League Leaders - Updated: Jan 1, WEEK 5
RUSHING YARDSRUSHING TDS
1. MARTIN, TB4931. JOHNSON, ARZ6
2. JOHNSON, ARZ4632. BELL, PIT5
3. GURLEY, RAMS4083. ELIOTT, DAL4
4. LYNCH, OAK3584. FREEMAN, ATL4
5. GORDON, LAC - 6. ELLIOTT, DAL -7. FOURNETTE, JAX341-335- 3265. MILLER, HOU - GORE, IND4
RECEPTIONSRECEIVING YARDS
1. BROWN, PIT221. BROWN, PIT511
2. JONES, ATL202. JONES, ATL510
3. GARCON, SF203. THOMAS, NO505
4. LANDRY, MIA204. GREEN, CIN469
5. WITTEN, DAL - GRONK, NE205. GARCON, SF - 6. COOKS, NE - 7. LANDRY, MIA437- 427 - 407
TACKLESSACKS
1. KUECHLY, CAR351. HOUSTON, KC7
2. BROWN, WASH352. CASEY, TEN6
3. CASILAS, GIA313. BARRETT, DEN4.5
4. DAVIS, DET314. BRANCH, MIA4.5
5. RYAN, GB305. DUNLAP, CIN4.5
TO DIFFWORST TO DIFF
1. GIA+61. MIN-5
2. SEA+32. PHIL-4
3. NO+33. JAX-3
4. GB+34. RAMS-3
5. 5. DAL, CHI, BUF-3
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