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Thread: Week 1 Stats

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    Week 1 Stats

    Post your week 1 stats, I'll make a new post every week, and keep the season stats for everyone that decides to take their own stats. I won't be taking other peoples stats who don't do their own.

    I will also do offensive and defensive player of the week by looking at the stats.


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    Indianapolis (I didn't all of the stats)

    Passing
    Peyton Manning 69.5 QB rating 23/38 (60%) 375 yards 1 TD 3 INT
    Rushing
    Edgerrin James 20 att 45 yards 2 TD
    Receiving
    Edgerrin James 14 rec 188 yards
    Detron Smith 5 rec 76 yards 1 TD
    Marcus Pollard 2 rec 68 yards
    Marvin Harris 2 rec 43 yards
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    Daunte Culpepper 7-21, 211 Yds, 2 TD, 1 INT

    Michael Bennett 10 Rushes, 67 Yds, TD
    Daunte Culpepper 1 Rush, 20 Yds

    Randy Moss 6 Rec, 203 Yds, 2 TD
    Michael Bennett 1 Rec, 8 Yds

    Tackles
    C. Claiborne 13
    Corey Chavious 9
    Fred Robbins 6
    Brian Russell 4

    Sacks
    Kevin Williams 3
    Henri Crockett 1

    INTs
    Denard Walker 2 INTs, TD
    Chris Claiborne INT


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    Tennesee Titans


    Passing
    QB McNair 9-23 87 yards 0 TDs 2 INTs (Couldn't shake the Quarter D)

    Rushing

    Eddie George 18 carries 80 yards
    McNair 2 carries 7 yards

    Receiving
    Eddie George 4 receptions 28 yards
    Derrick Mason 2 catches 27 yards
    Dwone Hicks 2 catches 11 yards
    Drew Bennett 1 catch 21 yards

    Tackles
    Samari Rolle 6
    Jevon Kearse 5
    Keith Bulluck 5
    Tank Williams 3

    Sacks
    Jevon Kearse 2
    Keith Bulluck 2
    Kevin Carter 2
    Peter Sirmon 1

    INTs
    Tank Williams (user pick :P) 1

    Special Teams/Defensive TDs
    Andre Dyson 1
    Derrick Mason 1
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    Kansas City Chiefs

    QB Trent Green 8-22 78 yards 0 TDs 1 INT

    Rushing

    Priest Holmes 14 carries 141 yards 2 TDs
    Derrick Blaylock 2 carries 8 yards 1 TD

    Receiving
    Priest Holmes 3 receptions 18 yards
    Tony Richardson 2 receptions 40 yards (One on a fake punt 4th and 20+)
    Jonnie Morton 2 receptions 22 yards
    Tony Gonzalez 1 reception 15 yards
    Mark Boerigter 1 reception 14 yards

    Tackles
    Eric Hicks 6
    Mike Maslowski 6
    Shaunard Harts 5
    Julian Battle 4

    Sacks
    Eric Hicks 2

    INTs
    Julian Battle 1
    Mike Maslowski 1
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    Putting Moss as a KR is as cheap as putting a WR in the TE slot, IMO......
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    Philadelphia Eagles 42
    Green Bay Packers 10

    Eagles(showtime)

    McNabb 17/24 229 yards 4TD 4Ints

    Westbrook 19 rushes for 63 yds and 1TD

    RECEIVING
    C.Lewis 8-102 3 TD
    Thrash 4-81 1 TD
    Mitchell 2-28
    Pinkston 2-18

    BLOCKING(I just felt like putting this)
    T.Thomas 13 PCs 0 sacks

    TACKLES
    M.Lewis 8
    B.Taylor 5
    Kalu 5
    Dawkins 5
    Brown 5

    SACKS
    Kalu 3
    Whiting 2
    Wayne 1

    INTs
    B.Taylor 1
    N.Wayne 1

    FF
    S. Brown 1
    FR
    D.Walker 1

    KICK RETURN
    Westbrook took one 97 yds for a TD

    (PT, putting Moss at KR and PR is cheap)

    PACKERS(mee)

    Favre 9-25 125yds 2 ints

    Green 23 rushes for 107yds

    RECEIVING
    Driver 3-81
    Green 3-27
    Ferguson 2-13
    Henderson 1-4

    TACKLES
    Navies 7
    Sharper 5
    Edwards 5
    Diggs 5

    INTs
    Sharper 2
    Edwards 1
    Harris 1-1td

    KICKING
    Longwell 1-1 from 41yds
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    Originally posted by Bazinet37
    Putting Moss as a KR is as cheap as putting a WR in the TE slot, IMO......
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    Man, that Tra Thomas stat is telling. All of those pancakes were against KGB, no wonder I couldn't get ANY pressure. I think I need to start lining up in the Tiger formation.
    would someone please give Wanny a synonym for 'standpoint'?
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