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Old 05-30-2010, 05:54 PM   #25
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Week 6 Houston @ Bristol Bay

Johnson Steps All Over The Vipers Heart

Houston star wide-out Andre Johnson takes his game to a whole new level. He single handley broke The Vipers sprite, and crushed the hopes of all The Vipers fans. Johnson caught 3 touchdown passes from Matt Schaub who also had a great. Johnson finished the game with 8 catches, 172 yards, 3 touchdowns and the last one was what hurt the fans the most. With less than 5 minutes left and the game pretty much over, Houston went right back to the air and hit Andre Johnson for a 42 yard touchdown pass. Some are saying it was to prove a point and others are saying it was to padded Schaub's and Johnson stats, but it was uncalled for.

The Vipers had a chance at the start of the 3rd quarter, after they scored a lucky hail mary pass to Travontae Edwards right before halftime, but Houston defense forced an interception, which later turned into a touchdown and it ended Bristol Bays chances of making a comeback.

The Vipers new addition Ray Edwards did almost next to nothing, he recorded only 1 tackle and with him in the line-up The Vipers still didnt get any pressure on Matt Schaub, who only was hit 2 times all game.

The Vipers offense also didnt do anything,but they did set a record that no one wants to set, their wide receivers dropped a record 13 passes in todays game. You cant win if you cant catch the ball. The Vipers hope next week will being better luck, or it will be a long season.

NFL Scoreboard | Houston Texans (3-2) at Bristol Bay Vipers (1-4)
October 18, 20091234F
Houston Texans72171045
Bristol Bay Vipers670720
Top Performers
Houston Texans - Stats
Matt Schaub - 19/24 315 Yds, 5 TDs, INT
Andre Johnson - 8 Rec, 172 Yds, 3 TDs
Bristol Bay Vipers - Stats
Travontae Edwards - 8 Rec, 93 Yds, TD
Jay Randolph - 28/50 262 Yds, TD, INT, 6 Att, 46 Yds
Team Stats Comparison
HOUVIP
First Downs1218
3rd Down Efficiency5/88/17
4th Down Efficiency0/00/1
Total Yards618527
Passing Yards315240
Rushing Yards13090
Penalties-Penalty Yards2/82/25
Turnovers11
Time of Possession16:1731:43
Scoring Summary
First QuarterHOUVIP
VIP7:29O.Lacy, 27 yd FG03
HOU6:01A.Johnson 54 yd pass from M.Schaub (K.Brown)73
VIP2:23O.Lacy, 46 yd FG76
Second QuarterHOUVIP
HOU11:56A.Johnson 5 yd pass from M.Schaub (K.Brown)146
HOU9:07S.Slaton 70 yd run (K.Brown)216
HOU1:16O.Daniels 14 yd pass from M.Schaub (K.Brown)286
VIP0:01T.Edwards 40 yd pass from J.Randolph (O.Lacy)2813
Third QuarterHOUVIP
HOU4:42C.Brown 11 yd pass from M.Schaub (K.Brown)3513
Fourth QuarterHOUVIP
VIP8:34T.Goosen 1 yd run (O.Lacy)3520
HOU5:22K.Brown, 40 yd FG3820
HOU4:19A.Johnson 42 yd pass from M.Schaub (K.Brown)4520
Houston Texans
PassingC/ATTYDSTDINT
M.Schaub19/2431551
RushingATTYDSAVGTD
S.Slaton181156.31
M.Schaub2157.50
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTD
A.Johnson817221.53
J.Casey44812.00
O.Daniels24221.01
C.Brown11111.01
DefenseTKLSACKINTTD
D.Robinson3200
F.Bennett3010
X.Adibi3100
A.Okoye3100
Bristol Bay Vipers
PassingC/ATTYDSTDINT
J.Randolph28/5026211
RushingATTYDSAVGTD
T.Goosen10464.61
J.Randolph6467.60
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTD
T.Edwards89311.61
L.Curtis6386.30
T.Goosen4276.70
D.Easley45614.00
DefenseTKLSACKINTTD
A.Gilbert6010
R.Anderson4000
M.Swain3000
N.Millen3000

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Old 05-30-2010, 07:38 PM   #26
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Week 6 Recap





26 16

7 16

34 17

24 31

10 17

9 6 OT

14 23

16 27

6 24

15 14

7 34

12 17

20 24



Offensive Player of the Week

Matt Schaub - 19/24 315 Yds, TDs

Defensive Player of the Week

Brian Iwuh - 6 Tackles, 2 FF



Around The Cooler

T.J. Houshmandzadeh - Torn Hamstring - Out 7 Weeks

Cortland Finnegan - Herniated Disk - Out 7 Weeks

Jeff Otah - Upper Arm Fracture - Out 3 Weeks

Shawn Andrews - Torn Shoulder Labrum - Out 3 Weeks

Jamal Lewis - Dislocated Elbow - Out 2 Weeks




NFL Standings - AFC North - 2009 Season
TeamsWLTPCTDIVPFPA
Pittsburgh Steelers600100.02-012680
Baltimore Ravens42066.62-012894
Cleveland Browns24033.30-3114126
Bristol Bay Vipers15016.61-2108204

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Week 7 Chicago @ Bristol Bay

Bears Fight Off Comeback


It was a shoot out on a cold Sunday afternoon at Bristol Bay Memorial. It was around 18 degrees, but that didnt affect either teams. The Vipers came out looking to take the up-hand and crush The Bears hearts right away. Jay Randolph hit Travontae Edwards on a quick slant, Edwards made Brian Urlacher look like a high school freshman and almost broke his ankles with one of the sickest spin moves ever. Edwards ended up taking the pass 65 yards for a touchdown.

The Vipers fell behind going into half-time, 21-17. The Bears continued to put even more distants between them with a scoring drive to open up the 3rd quarter. Then The Vipers fumble inside The Bears redzone, ending a chance to make the game close again.

The Bears took The Vipers mistake and drove it right down their throats, they capped it off with Jay Cutler's 3rd touchdown pass. The Bears took a 35-17 lead into the 4th quarter, but The Bears let their guard down.

The 4th quarter started with The Vipers on The Bears 30 yard line, not even seconds into the 4th quarter Jay Randolph hit Travontae Edwards on a perfect pass between 2 defensive backs for a touchdown, closing the lead to 11. The Vipers got the ball back with just over 6 minutes left, and ran the no huddle to perfection. The Vipers took the ball all the way down to the 9 yard line when Tony Goosen broke off his 1st touchdown run of the game.

The Bears add a field goal giving them a 7 point lead with just over 2 minutes left. The Vipers have a chance to tie the game late but a tipped pass fell into Charles Tillmans hands to end the game and doom The Vipers.


NFL Scoreboard | Chicago Bears (2-3) at Bristol Bay Vipers (1-5)
October 25, 20091234F
Chicago Bears71414338
Bristol Bay Vipers14301431
Top Performers
Chicago Bears - Stats
Jay Cutler - 24/35 378 Yds, 3 TDs, INT, Rushing TD
Matt Forte - 13 Att, 32 Yds, 1 TD, 4 Rec, 76 Yds, TD
Bristol Bay Vipers - Stats
Travontae Edwards - 3 Rec, 100 Yds, 2 TDs
Jay Randolph - 24/32 344 Yds, 2 TDs, 3 INTs, Rushing TD
Team Stats Comparison
CHIVIP
First Downs1718
3rd Down Efficiency5/96/9
4th Down Efficiency0/10/0
Total Yards576557
Passing Yards373331
Rushing Yards38104
Penalties-Penalty Yards3/323/38
Turnovers15
Time of Possession23:3724:23
Scoring Summary
First QuarterCHIVIP
VIP10:37T.Edwards 65 yd pass from J.Randolph (O.Lacy)07
CHI7:01J.Cutler 10 yd run (R.Gould)77
VIP0:47J.Randolph (O.Lacy)714
Second QuarterCHIVIP
CHI8:33E.Bennett 16 yd pass from J.Cutler (R.Gould)1414
CHI3:13M.Forte 6 yd run (R.Gould)2114
VIP0:01O.Lacy, 25 yd FG2117
Third QuarterCHIVIP
CHI11:01M.Forte 27 yd pass from J.Cutler (R.Gould)2817
CHI4:01K.Jones 14 yd pass from J.Cutler (R.Gould)3517
Fourth QuarterCHIVIP
VIP11:53T.Edwards 29 yd pass from J.Randolph (O.Lacy)3524
VIP5:18T.Goosen 9 yd run (O.Lacy)3531
CHI2:23R.Gould. 48 yd FG3831
Chicago Bears
PassingC/ATTYDSTDINT
J.Cutler24/3537831
RushingATTYDSAVGTD
M.Forte13322.41
J.Cutler284.01
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTD
M.Harrison710114.00
R.Davis49523.70
M.Forte47619.01
E.Bennett22512.51
DefenseTKLSACKINTTD
B.Urlacher5010
T.Harris3100
A.Ogunleye2100
C.Tillman2010
A.Brown2100
Bristol Bay Vipers
PassingC/ATTYDSTDINT
J.Randolph24/3234423
RushingATTYDSAVGTD
T.Goosen17684.01
J.Randolph5367.21
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTD
R.Patterson66611.00
D.Easley4369.00
L.Curtis46315.70
T.Edwards310033.32
DefenseTKLSACKINTTD
A.Gilbert5010
T.Kinney5000
R.Santiagon4000
R.Edwards1100

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20 28

16 20

10 24

13 10

20 26

16 28

23 17

9 10

26 23

16 14

20 10



Offensive Player of the Week

Jay Cutler - 24/35 378 Yds, 3 TDs, Rushing TD

Defensive Player of the Week

Derrick Johnson - 11 Tackles, Sack, 2 FF



Around The Cooler

Ardian Wilson - Broken Collarbone - Out for 5 Weeks

Joe Staley - Broken Thumb - Out for 3 Weeks

Drew Brees - Broken Hand - Out for 8 Weeks




NFL Standings - AFC North - 2009 Season
TeamsWLTPCTDIVPFPA
Pittsburgh Steelers700100.02-015090
Baltimore Ravens42066.62-012894
Cleveland Browns25028.50-3123139
Bristol Bay Vipers16014.51-2139242

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this is great! idk how to follow other than just check back in every now and then, but this is my first dynasty to follow. lol i might start one soon... idk.
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21 27

12 17

7 3

13 27

20 30

27 15

24 31

26 22

27 24

20 16

31 13

7 29

20 17



Offensive Player of the Week

Greg Jennings - 9 Rec, 190 Yds, 3 TDs

Defensive Player of the Week

D.J. Williams - 6 Tackles, Sack, 2 FF



Around The Cooler

Shawne Merriman - Compound Stress Fracture - Out for the Season

Marvin Harrison - Partial ACL Tear - Out for 10 Weeks

B.J. Raji - Herniated Disk - Out for 7 Weeks

Amobi Okoye - Torn Shoulder Labrum - Out for 2 Weeks

Thomas Davis - Torn Shoulder Labrum - Out for 3 Weeks

Flozell Adams - Herniated Disk - Out for 9 Weeks




NFL Standings - 2009 Season
AFC EastWLTPCTDIVPFPA
New England Patriots700100.02-018788
New York Jets44050.02-2150191
Miami Dolphins34042.81-297120
Buffalo Bills35037.51-2129139
AFC NorthWLTPCTDIVPFPA
Pittsburgh Steelers700100.02-015690
Baltimore Ravens43057.12-0143121
Cleveland Browns35037.50-3149163
Bristol Bay Vipers16014.21-2139242
AFC SouthWLTPCTDIVPFPA
Indianapolis Colts52071.41-1147143
Houston Texans53062.51-1217231
Jacksonville Jaguars34042.82-2134144
Tennessee Titans34042.82-2152128
AFC WestWLTPCTDIVPFPA
Denver Broncos43057.11-1154149
Kansas City Chiefs34042.82-0103116
San Diego Chargers34042.82-2129134
Oakland Raiders35037.51-3175190
NFC EastWLTPCTDIVPFPA
Washington Redskins52071.41-1157101
Philadelphia Eagles43057.11-1109131
New York Giants35037.52-1128146
Dallas Cowboys25028.50-1121120
NFC NorthWLTPCTDIVPFPA
Green Bay Packers52071.43-1175122
Chicago Bears34042.81-1143142
Detroit Lions24135.71-1-1142165
Minnesota Vikings16118.70-2-1112191
NFC SouthWLTPCTDIVPFPA
Carolina Panthers61085.72-0169113
Atlanta Falcons43057.11-1146163
New Orleans Saints25028.50-1129128
Tampa Bay Buccaneers16014.20-172133
NFC WestWLTPCTDIVPFPA
Arizona Cardinals52071.41-1154101
Seattle Seahawks43057.12-111695
St Louis Rams44050.01-1168167
San Francisco 49ers34042.81-2161152

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NFL League Leaders - 2009 Season
Quarterback RatingRatingTotal Passing YardsYards
1. Tom Brady104.41. Jay Randolph1932
2. Aaron Rodgers104.02. Carson Palmer1904
3. Carson Palmer101.33. Ben Roethlisberger1796
4. Kurt Warner100.04. Kyle Orton1763
5. Matt Schaub98.75. Tom Brady1758
Passing TouchdownsTDTotal Rushing YardsYards
1. Matt Schaub171. Steven Jackson898
2. Aaron Rodgers162. Adrian Peterson736
3. Tom Brady163. Michael Turner724
4. Jason Campbell154. Frank Gore724
5. Brady Quinn135. Thomas Jones717
Rushing TouchdownsTDAverage Yards Per GameAvg/G
1. Tony Goosen61. Steven Jackson112.2
2. Jonathan Stewart52. Michael Turner103.4
3. Knowshon Moreno43. Frank Gore103.4
4. Brandon Jacobs44. Kevin Smith92.2
5. Thomas Jones45. Adrian Peterson92.0
ReceptionsRecTotal Receiving YardsYards
1. Reggie Wayne541. Reggie Wayne762
2. Randy Moss462. Steve Smith603
3. Marques Colston463. Dwayne Bowe597
4. Calvin Johnson444. Randy Moss591
5. Steve Breaston435. Marques Colston578
Receiving TouchdownsTDTacklesTack
1. Reggie Wayne81. Lofa Tatupu79
2. Greg Jennings82. D'Qwell Jackson76
3. Steve Smith73. Derrick Johnson72
4. Andre Johnson74. Patrick Willis71
5. Steve Breaston65. David Harris67
Quarterback SacksSackInterceptionsINT
1. Jared Allen8.51. Nnamdi Asomugha 5
2. Juqua Parker7.02. Ken Hamlin3
3. Justin Harrell7.03. Yeremiah Bell3
4. Will Smith7.04. Kerry Rhodes3
5. Julius Peppers6.55. Darren Sharper3
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Week 9 Baltimore @ Bristol Bay

Coach's Call Costs Vipers The Game


On a cold, windy day in Alaska, Coach Cowher costs his team the game. With just seconds remaining in the 4th quarter down by 3 points, The Vipers had a 4th and goal on The Ravens 1 yard line, instead of kicking the field goal and taking the game into overtime, Cowher chose to go for the win and went with a quarterback keeper but Ray Lewis came up with a big stop.

With the ball and almost no time left, The Ravens gave the ball to Willis McGahee who instead of running out the clock, wanted to break records. McGahee broke out of a pile of 5 Viper defenders, to break a 96 yard touchdown run, giving him a total of 301 rushing yards to break Adrian Peterson record of 296 yards.

The Vipers may be mad at what their Coach called at the end of the game but they have to look at the good, they run the ball affectley, 37 rushes for 253 yards, thats the most they have had all year. Also the offensive line gave up no sacks for the first time all year. The Vipers look like they are improving in bunches.

Tony Goosen kept The Vipers in the game and gave them the lead at the start of the 3rd quarter with a season long 80 yard touchdown run to give them a 21-17 lead which didnt last. Goosen finished the game with a career high 26 rushes for 170 yards and added 2 touchdowns to his league leading 6.

Coach Cowher said after the game, "We play to win the game, in my book overtime counts as a loss, thats why i went for it. I dont know how we cant get one yard to win a game."


NFL Scoreboard | Baltimore Ravens (4-3) at Bristol Bay Vipers (1-6)
November 8, 20091234F
Baltimore Ravens31471438
Bristol Bay Vipers777728
Top Performers
Baltimore Ravens - Stats
Willis McGahee - 21 Att, 301 Yds, 2 TDs
Jeff Garcia - 11/16 204 Yds, 3 TDs
Bristol Bay Vipers - Stats
Tony Goosen - 26 Att, 170 Yds, 2 TD
Jay Randolph - 20/31 228 Yds, 7 Att, 70 Yds, TD
Team Stats Comparison
BALVIP
First Downs1021
3rd Down Efficiency2/76/12
4th Down Efficiency0/02/3
Total Yards688566
Passing Yards204228
Rushing Yards311253
Penalties-Penalty Yards1/50/0
Turnovers02
Time of Possession18:3429:26
Scoring Summary
First QuarterBALVIP
BAL7:33S.Hauschka, 22 yd FG30
VIP0:00T.Goosen 6 yd run (O.Lacy)37
Second QuarterBALVIP
BAL7:25W.McGahee 84 yd run (S.Hauschka)107
BAL4:01R.Rice 18 yd pass from J.Garcia (S.Hauschka)177
VIP0:09J.Randolph 9 yd run (O.Lacy)1714
Third QuarterBALVIP
VIP11:48T.Goosen 80 yd run (O.Lacy)1721
BAL8:59A.Boldin 39 yd pass from J.Garcia (S.Hauschka)2421
Fourth QuarterBALVIP
VIP7:54J.Simon 1 yd run (O.Lacy)2428
BAL2:56T.Heap 75 yd pass from J.Garcia (S.Hauschka)3128
BAL0:00W.McGahee 96 yd run (S.Hauschka)3828
Baltimore Ravens
PassingC/ATTYDSTDINT
J.Garcia11/1620430
RushingATTYDSAVGTD
W.McGahee2130114.32
L.McClain11212.00
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTD
R.Rice22010.01
A.Boldin25025.01
T.Heap28442.01
L.McClain23115.50
DefenseTKLSACKINTTD
D.Landry5000
J.Johnson5000
R.Lewis4000
E.Reed4000
Bristol Bay Vipers
PassingC/ATTYDSTDINT
J.Randolph20/3122800
RushingATTYDSAVGTD
T.Goosen261706.52
J.Randolph77010.01
J.Simon231.51
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTD
L.Curtis55410.80
T.Goosen4348.50
R.Patterson47919.70
T.Edwards22311.50
DefenseTKLSACKINTTD
A.Gilbert6000
J.Mason3000
C.Pattison3000
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34 30

14 17 OT

16 15

0 27

10 20

16 13 OT

16 3

19 38

22 25

32 35

27 22

17 21



Offensive Player of the Week

Willie McGahee - 21 Att, 301 Yds, 2 TDs

Defensive Player of the Week

Dajuan Morgan - 1 Tackle, 3 INTs



Ray Maualuga - Broken Leg - Out for the Season

Jonathan Vilma - Broke Collarbone - Out for 9 Weeks

Jamal Williams - Herniated Disk - Out for 6 Weeks



NFL Standings - AFC North - 2009 Season
TeamsWLTPCTDIVPFPA
Pittsburgh Steelers71087.52-0167111
Baltimore Ravens53062.53-0181149
Cleveland Browns35037.50-3149161
Bristol Bay Vipers17012.51-3167280
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