Tuesday, October 30, 2012

NFL Roundup 2012 (Week 8)

WEEK 8 SCORES

Tampa Bay 36, Minnesota 17
Chicago 23, Carolina 22
Cleveland 7, San Diego 6
Detroit 28, Seattle 24 This is as disturbing as it is embarrasing
Green Bay 24, Jacksonville 15
Indianapolis 19, Tennessee 13
New England 45, St Louis 7
Miami 30, New York Jets 9
Atlanta 30, Philadelphia Atlanta is still undefeated?!? Who will take them down?
Pittsburgh 27, Washington 12
Oakland 26, Kansas City 16 Sad that the Chiefs have only won one game this season.
New York Giants 29, Dallas 24
Denver 34, New Orleans 14
San Francisco 24, Arizona 3

NFC STANDINGS

East
Giants
Eagles
Dallas
Redskins

North
Bears
Vikings
Packers
Lions

South
Falcons
Buccaneers
Saints
Panthers

West

49ers
Cardinals
Seahawks
Rams

AFC STANDINGS

East
Patriots
Dolphins
Bills
Jets

North
Ravens
Steelers
Bengals
Browns

South
Texans
Colts
Titans
Jaguars

West
Broncos
Chargers
Raiders
Chiefs

STATS

QB Rating
Peyton Manning (Denver) - 109
Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay) - 107.9
Matt Ryan (Atlanta) - 103

Passing Yards
Tom Brady (New England) - 2408
Drew Brees (New Orleans) - 2310
Eli Manning (New York Giants) - 2301

Passing Touchdowns
Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay) - 21
Drew Brees (New Orleans) - 20
Peyton Manning (Denver) - 17
Matt Ryan (Atlanta) - 17

Rushing Yards
Adrian Peterson (Minnesota) - 775
Marshawn Lynch (Seattle) - 757
Alfred Morris (Washington) - 717

Rushing Touchdowns
Arian Foster (Houston) - 9
Robert Griffin III (Washington) - 6
Multiples tied for 3rd with 5 TDs

Receiving Yards
Reggie Wayne (Indianapolis) - 757
Wes Welker (New England) - 736
Demaryius Thomas (Denver) - 679

Receiving Touchdowns
James Jones (Green Bay) - 7
Rob Gronkowski (New England) - 7
Victor Cruz (New York Giants) - 7
AJ Green (Cincinnati) - 7

Total Tackles
Chad Greenway (Minnesota) - 81
Jerod Mayo (New England) - 79
James Laurinaitis (St Louis) - 74

Total Sacks
J.J. Watt (Houston) - 9.5
Clay Matthews (Green Bay) - 9.0
Daryl Washington (Arizona) - 8.0

Interceptions
Tim Jennings (Chicago) - 6
Stevie Brown (New York Giants) - 5
Thomas DeCoud (Atlanta) - 4
Casey Hayward (Green Bay) - 4

ESPN Power Rankings (Top 12)

Atlanta Falcons (7-0)
New York Giants (6-2)
Houston Texans (6-1)
San Francisco 49ers (6-2)
Chicago Bears (6-1)
Green Bay Packers (5-3)
Baltimore Ravens (5-2) And how does a team that has only lost 2 games fall below a team that has lost 3?
New England Patriots (5-3)
Denver Broncos (4-3)
Pittsburgh Steelers (4-3)
Minnesota Vikings (5-3)
Miami Dolphins (4-3)

The Seattle Seahawks fell to 13th with a 4-4 record. Next week they play Minnesota. Lord, help them!

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