Tuesday, November 27, 2012

NFL Roundup 2012 (Week 12)

WEEK 12 SCORES

Houston 34, Detroit 31
Washington 38, Dallas 31
New England 49, New York Jets 19
Chicago 28, Minnesota 10
Cincinnati 34, Oakland 10
Cleveland 20, Pittsburgh 14
Indianapolis 20, Buffalo 13
Denver 17, Kansas City 9 These poor Chiefs just can't catch a break this

season, can they?

Miami 24, Seattle 31 This is very depressing.
Atlanta 24, Tampa Bay 23
Jacksonville 24, Tennessee 19
Baltimore 16, San Diego 13
San Francisco 31, New Orleans 21
St. Louis 31, Arizona 17
New York Giants 38, Green Bay 10
Carolina 30, Philadelphia 22


NFC STANDINGS

East
Giants
Redskins
Cowboys
Eagles

North
Bears
Packers
Vikings
Lions

South
Falcons
Buccaneers
Saints
Panthers

West
49ers
Seahawks
Cardinals
Rams

AFC STANDINGS

East
Patriots
Dolphins
Jets
Bills

North
Ravens
Steelers
Bengals
Browns

South
Texans
Colts
Titans
Jaguars

West
Broncos
Chargers
Raiders
Chiefs

STATS

QB Rating
Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay) - 105.6
Tom Brady (New England) - 105.0
Peyton Manning (Denver) - 104.8

Passing Yards
Matthew Stafford (Detroit) - 3429
Matt Ryan (Atlanta) - 3425
Tony Romo (Dallas) - 3357

Passing Touchdowns
Drew Brees (New Orleans) - 31
Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay) - 28
Peyton Manning (Denver) - 26

Rushing Yards
Adrian Peterson (Minnesota) - 1236
Arian Foster (Houston) - 1064
Marshawn Lynch (Seattle) - 1051

Rushing Touchdowns
Arian Foster (Houston) - 12
Doug Martin (Tampa Bay) - 9
Andre Brown (Giants) - 8
Stevan Ridley (New England) - 8

Receiving Yards
Calvin Johnson (Detroit) - 1257
Reggie Wayne (Indianapolis) - 1105
Andre Johnson (Houston) - 1058

Receiving Touchdowns
Rob Gronkowski (New England) - 10
AJ Green (Cincinnati) - 10
Multiples tied for 3rd with 8 TDs

Total Tackles
Jerod Mayo (New England) - 112
Chad Greenway (Minnesota) - 107
James Laurinaitis (St Louis) - 106

Total Sacks
Aldon Smith (San Francisco) - 16.5
J.J. Watt (Houston) - 14.5
Von Miller (Denver) - 14

Interceptions
Tim Jennings (Chicago) - 8
Stevie Brown (New York Giants) - 5
Casey Hayward (Green Bay) - 5

ESPN POWER RANKINGS (TOP 12)

Houston Texans
Atlanta Falcons
San Francisco 49ers
Green Bay Packers
Baltimore Ravens
Chicago Bears
Denver Broncos
New England Patriots
New York Giants
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Pittsburgh Steelers
Seattle Seahawks

And here is my first round of picks for the playoffs:

Giants will (much to my dismay) win the NFC East.
Chicago will come out over the Packers in the NFC North.
Atlanta will dominate the NFC South.
Unfortunately, I think the 49ers will beat out the Seahawks in the NFC West. :(

Overall in the NFC I think Atlanta will take the conference.

New England will win in the AFC East.
Baltimore will win the AFC North.
Houston will take the AFC South.
Denver will win in the AFC West.

Overall in the AFC, I think Houston will take that conference.

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