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Old 06-05-2010, 01:57 AM   #49
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Week 14 Bristol Bay @ Minnesota

AP Carries Vikings


Adrian Peterson leads the Vikings to a much need victory over the struggling Vipers, 33-26. Adrian Peterson rushed for 98 yards on 28 carries and 3 rushing touchdowns. The Vikings have now won their last 2 games to improve to 5-7-1.

Rocco Lattimore gets his payback, in week 5 Rocco Lattimore was traded to the Vikings along with RG Albert Grant for a 2nd round pick and Ray Edwards. Once in Minnesota Rocco Lattimore took over the starting job from Tarvaris Jackson. Rocco Lattimore was what the Minnesota Vikings needed, a quarterback who manages the game and can make plays when they are needed. Rocco Lattimore did just that today, he completed 12 of his 20 passes for 160 yards and an important touchdown right before halftime to give the Vikings the led.

The Viper just made mistakes when they couldnt afford to have them. Both of Jay Randolphs interceptions came in the 4th quarter. The 2 interceptions lead to 11 Minnesota points, witch sealed the deal for them.

The Vipers fall to 3-10 on the season and will take on San Diego Chargers who are in the hunt for a Playoff berth.


NFL Scoreboard - Bristol Bay Vipers (3-9) at Minnesota Vikings (4-7-1)
December 13, 20091234F
Bristol Bay Vipers31031026
Minnesota Vikings01401933
Top Performers
Bristol Bay Vipers - Stats
Lionel Curtis - 7 Rec, 90 Yds, TD
Jay Randolph - 29/54 331 Yds, 2 TDs, INTs
Minnesota Vikings - Stats
Adrian Peterson - 28 Att, 98 Yds, 3 TDs
Rocco Lattimore - 12/20 160 Yds, TD
Team Stats Comparison
VIPMIN
First Downs1910
3rd Down Efficiency7/156/13
4th Down Efficiency0/10/0
Total Yards564446
Passing Yards317160
Rushing Yards47112
Penalties-Penalty Yards2/203/38
Turnovers21
Time of Possession28:5819:02
Scoring Summary
First QuarterVIPMIN
VIP7:00O.Lacy, 35 yd FG30
Second QuarterVIPMIN
MIN10:42A.Peterson 4 yd run (R.Longwell)37
VIP2:26L.Curtis 8 yd pass from J.Randolph (O.Lacy)107
MIN1:33B.Berrian 48 yd pass from R.Lattimore (R.Longwell)1014
VIP0:00O.Lacy, 44 yd FG1314
Third QuarterVIPMIN
VIP6:06O.Lacy, 39 yd FG1614
Fourth QuarterVIPMIN
MIN10:48A.Peterson 4 yd run (2 Pt)1622
MIN10:27A.Peterson 22 yd run (2 Pt)1630
VIP7:46O.Lacy, 44 yd FG1930
MIN3:08R.Longwell, 30 yd FG1933
VIP1:50T.Gossen 12 yd pass from J.Randolph (O.Lacy)2633
Bristol Bay Vipers
PassingC/ATTYDSTDINT
J.Randolph29/5433122
RushingATTYDSAVGTD
T.Goosen9323.50
J.Randolph23316.50
J.Simon294.50
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTD
L.Curtis79012.81
L.Palmer5285.60
T.Goosen55511.01
T.Edwards33812.60
DefenseTKLSACKINTTD
T.Kinney6000
A.Gilbert5000
R.Edwards4000
R.Santiago3000
Minnesota Vikings
PassingC/ATTYDSTDINT
R.Lattimore12/2016010
RushingATTYDSAVGTD
A.Peterson28983.53
C.Taylor4143.50
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTD
B.Berrian47919.71
P.Harvin44511.20
B.Wade11919.00
J.Kleinasser11919.00
DefenseTKLSACKINTTD
A.Winfield5110
E.Henderson5000
P.Willaims2100
C.Greenway1010
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Old 06-05-2010, 03:04 AM   #50
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Re: Week 14 Bristol Bay @ Minnesota

from what i see in last weeks draft targets, the MLB Ryan McNamara seems to be the best pick. defensively with the runs teams get on you, your MLB is key. if a player like Ryan can break down and make the tackle than i say grab him!
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Old 06-05-2010, 03:39 PM   #51
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Week 14 Recap





14 3

20 23

14 23

27 23

13 34

12 34

10 30

27 34

34 28 OT

20 25

12 34

13 14

16 24

17 37

27 21



Offensive Player of the Week

Tom Brady - 30/47 394 Yds, 3 TDs

Defensive Player of the Week

Michael Johnson - 4 Tackles, 2 INT



Thomas Howards - Fractured Toe - Out for 11 Weeks

Scott Wells - Partial Groin Tear - Out for 1 Week




NFL Standings - AFC North - 2009 Season
TeamsWLTPCTDIVPFPA
X - Pittsburgh Steelers112084.64-1273171
Baltimore Ravens85061.54-1280231
Cleveland Browns49030.71-5237265
Bristol Bay Vipers310023.02-4277433




Bristol Bay Vipers Draft Targets

Patrick Hunter - SS - 23 Years Old - 6'1 - 202 - Tennessee

Pros - Has a good closing burst and plays with excellent quickness and agility. (93 Acceleration, 90 Agility, 85 injury)
Cons - Didnt find any downside in the scouting report. (He is ranked #1 overall and has the best potential) Runs a 4.38 40.

Joe Martin - LOLB - 22 Years Old - 6'2 - 237 - Florida

Pros - Has the strength to hold his ground against blockers. (89 Strength) Has solid all-around athletic ability. (89 Agility)
Cons - Has NFL talent but must stay healthy. (74 Injury)

Otis Johnson - LE - 24 Years Old - 6'4 - 275 - Florida

Pros - Is a powerful and solid pass rusher. (79 Strength, 80 Agility)
Cons - Lacks top-end speed to threaten the corner as a speed rusher, more fit for DT. (59 Speed)

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Re: Week 14 Recap

Obviously Patrick Hunter is the best option, but odds of obtaining him during the draft is slim to none. That LOLB Joe Martin seems a pretty solid pick. Injury rating isnt too bad. Otis Johnson on the other hand, doesnt seem worth even scouting. with that speed he will have trouble getting around the TE or tackle, and making the stop behind the line(which you need).

play-offs look unlikely this year...
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Re: Bristol Bay Vipers

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Obviously Patrick Hunter is the best option, but odds of obtaining him during the draft is slim to none. That LOLB Joe Martin seems a pretty solid pick. Injury rating isnt too bad. Otis Johnson on the other hand, doesnt seem worth even scouting. with that speed he will have trouble getting around the TE or tackle, and making the stop behind the line(which you need).

play-offs look unlikely this year...
I might be able to obtain Patrick Hunter because im tied for 2nd last as of right now and the fact that i have 2 2nd round picks witch means i can trade up, but most likely wont because i have to many holes to fill. Otis Johnson had good potential before i scouted him and after scouting him his potential went down a lot. Right now im scouting CB's so one of them might stand out.

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from what i see in last weeks draft targets, the MLB Ryan McNamara seems to be the best pick. defensively with the runs teams get on you, your MLB is key. if a player like Ryan can break down and make the tackle than i say grab him!
Right now its between Patrick Hunter, Joe Martin, Bobby Taylor, Josh Morris and Ryan McNamara
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I might be able to obtain Patrick Hunter because im tied for 2nd last as of right now and the fact that i have 2 2nd round picks witch means i can trade up, but most likely wont because i have to many holes to fill. Otis Johnson had good potential before i scouted him and after scouting him his potential went down a lot. Right now im scouting CB's so one of them might stand out.



Right now its between Patrick Hunter, Joe Martin, Bobby Taylor, Josh Morris and Ryan McNamara
i like your choices, keep updating. Im a draft guy so things regarding rookie drafts is enjoyable for me lol.
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Week 15 Bristol Bay @ San Diego

Chargers Get Jolted Out Of First


The San Diego Chargers get handed a loss by Bristol Bay and get knocked out of first place in AFC West.

San Diego came out strong scoring on 3 of their first 4 drives, putting up 17 points. Billy Volek hit Vincent Jackson for 13 yard touchdown on their first drive and followed that up with a 55 yards touchdown run by LaDainain Tomlinson. San Diego ended the half with a 29 yard field goal by Nate Kaeding to give them a 17-7 edge at half time.

The 2nd half was all Vipers tho, San Diego couldnt get anything going putting up a goose egg. The Vipers took advantage putting up 17 points to win 24-17.

The Vipers scored their first touchdown on their first drive in the second half by the way of a 41 yard touchdown pass to Travontae Edwards, which was his 2nd of the game. Later in the 3rd quarter Bill Larsen ran in a 1 yard touchdown to give them a 21-17 lead going into the 4th quarter. Then The Vipers added a field goal to give them a 7 point lead.

Bill Volek made The Chargers only mistake in the 4th quarter with just over 4 minutes left. When he threw an interception and The Vipers ran out the rest of the game giving them the win and improving their record to 4-10. San Diego falls one game back of Denver who beat The Oakland Raiders.


NFL Scoreboard - Bristol Bay Vipers (3-10) at San Diego Chargers (7-6)
December 20, 20091234F
Bristol Bay Vipers0714324
San Diego Chargers1430017
Top Performers
Bristol Bay Vipers - Stats
Jay Randolph - 17/25 239 Yds, 2 TDs
Travontae Edwards - 6 Rec, 90 Yds, 2 TDs
San Diego Chargers - Stats
LaDainain Tomlinson - 21 Att, 110 Yds, TD
Billy Volek - 18/25 227 Yds, TD, INT
Team Stats Comparison
VIPSD
First Downs1414
3rd Down Efficiency9/146/11
4th Down Efficiency0/10/0
Total Yards441439
Passing Yards232220
Rushing Yards123111
Penalties-Penalty Yards4/452/25
Turnovers11
Time of Possession25:3922:21
Scoring Summary
First QuarterVIPSD
SD5:36V.Jackson 13 yd pass from B.Volek (N.Kaeding)07
SD1:48L.Tomlinson 55 yd run (N.Kaeding)014
Second QuarterVIPSD
VIP11:15T.Edwards 7 yd pass from J.Randolph (O.Lacy)714
SD1:33N.Kaeding, 29 yd FG717
Third QuarterVIPSD
VIP9:25T.Edwards 41 yd pass from J.Randolph (O.Lacy)1417
VIP1:59B.Larsen 1 yd run (O.Lacy)2117
Fourth QuarterVIPSD
VIP7:01O.Lacy, 29 yd FG2417
Bristol Bay Vipers
PassingC/ATTYDSTDINT
J.Randolph17/2523920
RushingATTYDSAVGTD
T.Goosen13534.00
J.Simon9374.10
J.Randolph7314.40
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTD
T.Edwards69015.02
R.Patterson4307.50
L.Palmer37525.00
G.Dishman11111.00
DefenseTKLSACKINTTD
A.Gilbert6000
B.Robbins4000
T.Sanderson2100
J.Mason1010
San Diego Chargers
PassingC/ATTYDSTDINT
B.Volek18/2522711
RushingATTYDSAVGTD
L.Tomlinson211105.21
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTD
M.Tolbert55611.20
V.Jackson3258.31
M.Floyd34214.00
C.Chambers35016.60
DefenseTKLSACKINTTD
Q.Jammer5000
J.Tucker4000
S.Phillips4000
L.Castillo4100
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nice win there. I love the comeback against a top team, shows they have talent and just need to learn to use it. Travontae Edwards really had a good game.
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