Monday, December 31, 2012

NFL Roundup 2012 (Week 17)

WEEK 17 SCORES

Seattle 20, St Louis 13 Congratulations to Russell Wilson for tying the all-time TD record for a rookie QB!
Tampa Bay 22, Atlanta 17
Buffalo 28, New York Jets 9
Cincinnati 23, Baltimore 17
Chicago 26, Detroit 24
Tennessee 38, Jacksonville 20
Indianapolis 28, Houston 16
Carolina 44, New Orleans 38
New York Giants 42, Philadelphia 7 And they [the Giants] still aren't going to the playoffs
Pittsburgh 24, Cleveland 10
Denver 38, Kansas City 3
Minnesota 37, Green Bay 34
New England 28, Miami 0
San Diego 24, Oakland 21
San Francisco 27, Arizona 13 Darn
Washington 28, Dallas 18


NFC STANDINGS

East
Redskins
Giants
Cowboys
Eagles

North
Packers
Vikings
Bears
Lions

South
Falcons
Panthers
Saints
Buccaneers

West
49ers
Seahawks
Rams
Cardinals

AFC STANDINGS

East
Patriots
Dolphins
Jets
Bills

North
Ravens
Bengals
Steelers
Browns

South
Texans
Colts
Titans
Jaguars

West
Broncos
Chargers
Raiders
Chiefs

STATS

QB Rating
Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay) - 108
Peyton Manning (Denver) - 105.8
Robert Griffin III (Washington) - 102.4
4. Russell Wilson (Seattle Seahawks) - 100

Passing Yards
Drew Brees (New Orleans) - 5177
Matthew Stafford (Detroit) - 4967
Tony Romo (Dallas) - 4903
23. Russell Wilson (Seattle Seahawks) - 3118

Passing Touchdowns
Drew Brees (New Orleans) - 43
Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay) - 39
Peyton Manning (Denver) 37
9. Russell Wilson (Seattle Seahawks) - 26

Rushing Yards
Adrian Peterson (Minnesota) - 2097
Alfred Morris (Washington) - 1613
Marshawn Lynch (Seattle) - 1590

Rushing Touchdowns
Arian Foster (Houston) - 15
Alfred Morris (Washington) - 13
Multipled tied for 2nd with 12 TDs
5. Marshawn Lynch (Seattle Seahawks) - 11

Receiving Yards
Calvin Johnson (Detroit) - 1964
Andre Johnson (Houston) - 1598
Brandon Marshall (Chicago) - 1508


Receiving Touchdowns
James Jones (Green Bay) - 14
Eric Decker (Denver) - 13
Dez Bryant (Dallas) - 12
22. Sidney Rice (Seattle Seahawks) - 7
22. Golden Tate (Seattle Seahawks) - 7

Total Tackles
James Laurinaitis (St Louis) - 117
Lavonte David (Tampa Bay) - 112
Derrick Johnson (Kansas City) - 110
17. Bobby Wagner (Seattle Seahawks) - 86
32. Kam Chancellor (Seattle Seahawks) - 75

Total Sacks
J.J. Watt (Houston) - 20.5
Aldon Smith (San Francisco) - 19.5
Von Miller (Denver) - 18.5
9. Chris Clemons (Seattle Seahawks) - 11.5

Interceptions
Tim Jennings (Chicago) - 9
Stevie Brown (New York Giants) - 8
Richard Sherman (Seattle) - 8


END OF SEASON TEAM STATS

Total Yards
New England - 6846
New Orleans - 6574
Detroit - 6540
17. Seattle - 5610

Fewest Yards Allowed
Pittsburgh - 2963
New York Jets - 3036
Denver - 3194
6. Seattle - 3250

WHERE DID SEATTLE STAND?

Passing Offense - 27th with 3031
Rushing Offense - 3rd with 2634
Receiving Offense - 29th with 3234

Passing Defense - 6th with 3250 allowed
Rushing Defense - 10th with 1649 allowed
Receiving Defense - 5th with 3497 allowed

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