Friday, November 11, 2011

NFL Roundup 2011 (Week 9)

I forgot to do this earlier this week.

WEEK 9 SCORES

Jets 27, Bills 11
Cowboys 23, Seahawks 13
Falcons 31, Colts 7
Dolphins 31, Chiefs 3
Saints 27, Buccaneers 16
49ers 19, Redskins 11
Texans 30, Browns 12
Bengals 24, Titans 17
Broncos 38, Raiders 24
Giants 24, Patriots 20
Cardinals 19, Rams 13
Packers 45, Chargers 38
Ravens 23, Steelers 20
Bears 30, Eagles 24

NFC STANDINGS

East
Giants
Cowboys
Eagles
Redskins

North
Packers
Lions
Bears
Vikings

South
Saints
Falcons
Buccaneers
Panthers

West
49ers
Seahawks
Cardinals
Rams

AFC STANDINGS

East
Patriots
Jets
Bills
Dolphins

North
Bengals
Ravens
Steelers
Browns

South
Texans
Titans
Jaguars
Colts

West
Raiders
Chiefs
Chargers
Broncos

Passing Leaders - Yards
Drew Brees (New Orleans) - 3004
Philip Rivers (San Diego) - 2743
Tom Brady (New England) - 2703

Passing Leaders - TDs
Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay) - 24
Drew Brees - 21
Tom Brady - 20

Passing Leaders - QB Rating
Aaron Rodgers - 129.1
Drew Brees - 100.6
Tom Brady - 100.0

Rushing Leaders - Yards
LeSean McCoy (Philadelphia) - 825
Matt Forte (Chicago) - 805
Fred Jackson (Buffalo) - 803

Rushing Leaders - TDs
Adrian Peterson (Minnesota) - 9
LeSean McCoy - 9
Michael Turner (Atlanta) - 7

Receiving Leaders - Yards
Wes Welker (New England) - 960
Steve Smith (Carolina) - 918
Mike Wallace (Pittsburgh) - 868

Receiving Leaders - TDs
Calvin Johnson (Detroit) - 11
Wes Welker - 6
vincent Jackson (San Diego) - 6

ESPN Power Rankings (Top 10)
Green Bay Packers
San Francisco 49ers
Baltimore Ravens
New Orleans Saints
Pittsburgh Steelers
New York Giants
Detroit Lions
Houston Texans
Chicago Bears
Cincinnati Bengals


So being around the half-way point of the season, now is probably a good time to list my own personal picks for who will win their respective divisions.

In the NFC East, I'm going with the Giants.
In the NFC North, Green Bay will probably win and go undefeated.
In the NFC South, New Orleans will probably win it.
In the NFC West, I'm pretty sure that the 49ers are going to take that division.

Overall in the NFC, I'm thinking that Green Bay will probably take it all.

New England will take the AFC East.
Baltimore will take the AFC North.
Houston will take the AFC South (although Tennessee might be able to squeak by them).
Oakland will take the AFC West.

Overall in the AFC, I'm going to go with either New England or Baltimore to take it all.

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