Monday, October 26, 2015

Week 7 Heroes & Zeros

This was a great week to start…

Kirk Cousins, Redskins – Had his best game in maybe ever with 317 yards and 3 TDs as a passer and 15 yards and a 4th TD as a rusher, with a fumble but no INTs.
Andrew Luck, Colts – Got off to a horrid start, but finished with 333 passing yards, 3 TDs, 2 INTs and 27 rushing yards.
Ryan Tannehill, Dolphins – Built huge lead on the Texans with 282 passing yards and 4 TDs without a turnover, then let off the accelerator.
Tom Brady, Patriots – It wasn’t easy this week, but he finished with 355 passing yards and 2 TDs without a turnover, plus 15 rushing yards and one of his patented TD sneaks.
Derek Carr, Raiders – Passed for 289 yards and 3 TDs, without a blemish.

Lamar Miller, Dolphins – Raced for 175 yards and a TD and added 3 receptions for 61 yards and a second TD, all in the first half.
Todd Gurley, Rams – Rumbled for 128 yards and his first 2 career TDs, plus 4 catches for 35 yards.
Arian Foster, Texans – Racked up nice stats in garbage time – 59 rushing and 66 receiving yards, with a TD both ways – before leaving with a torn Achilles. He'll be missed.
Danny Woodhead, Chargers – Ran for just 26 yards, but took 11 receptions 75 yards while scoring 2 TDs.
Darren McFadden, Cowboys – Rushed for 152 yards and a TD, and added 10 yards on 2 catches.
Mark Ingram, Saints – Ran for 143 yards and a TD, plus 2 catches for 5 yards.

T.Y. Hilton, Colts – Had a monster second half with 4 receptions for 150 yards and 2 TDs.
Jarvis Landry, Dolphins – Hauled in 5 passes for 83 yards and 2 TDs.
Nate Washington, Texans – Scored twice on 9 receptions for 127 yards.
Mike Evans, Buccaneers – Caught 8 passes for 164 yards and a TD.

Rob Gronkowski, Patriots – Pummeled the Jets with 11 receptions for 108 yards and a TD.
Jordan Reed, Redskins – Hauled in 11 passes for 72 yards and 2 TDs.

Rams – Amassed 4 sacks, 4 fumble recoveries and a TD on one of those fumbles, while holding the Browns to 6 points.
Jaguars – Registered 4 sacks, 2 INTs, 2 fumble recoveries and scored TDs on two turnovers in London.
Giants – Had 1 sack, 3 INTs, 1 fumble, an INT return TD and a kickoff return TD against the Cowboys.

Blair Walsh, Vikings – Made all 5 FGs (of 22, 35, 37, 51 and 53 yards) though he missed one of his 2 XPs.

This was a great week to play against…

Colin Kaepernick, 49ers – Another awful game, with 124 passing yards, zero TDs and zero rushing yards.
Josh McCown, Browns – Passed for 270 yards with no TDs, and ran for 21 yards, but lost 2 fumbles before leaving with a shoulder injury.
Nick Foles, Rams – Only 163 passing yards and 0 TDs, but no turnovers either.
Matt Ryan, Falcons – His 251 passing yards and a TD were offset by 2 INTs.
Eli Manning, Giants – Passed for just 170 yards without a score, or a turnover.
Sam Bradford, Eagles – Contrary to the announcers’ praise, he was pretty bad, with 180 passing yards, no TDs and 1 INT.
LeGarrette Blount, Patriots – Lost 3 yards on the ground as the Jets allowed the Pats just 16 rushing yards all day.
Bishop Sankey, Titans – Never touched the ball.
Alfred Morris, Redskins – Combined for 7 total yards on the day.
Isaiah Crowell, Browns – Got just 9 yards on 8 carries.
Rashad Jennings, Giants – Marginalized with only 19 yards on the ground.
Joseph Randle, Cowboys – Ran for 24 yards on 2 carries, but gave way to McFadden after a back injury.
Melvin Gordon, Chargers – Just 29 yards once the game was out of hand.
Carlos Hyde, 49ers – Had 40 rushing yards on Thursday night.
Ameer Abdullah, Lions – Ran for 43 yards, and that’s it.
DeMarco Murray, Eagles – Only 65 rushing and 5 receiving yards on Sunday night.

Torrey Smith, 49ers – Blanked again; this time by the Seahawks.
Leonard Hankerson, Falcons – He caught nothing before leaving with a hamstring injury.
Vincent Jackson, Buccaneers – Caught a 13-yarder before exiting early with a knee.
Jordan Matthews, Eagles – Held to 14 yards on 3 catches.
Charles Johnson, Vikings – Had a 21-yarder.
Doug Baldwin, Seahawks – Limited to 19 yards on 2 receptions.
Willie Snead, Saints – Registered 25 yards on 3 catches.
Golden Tate, Lions – Only 14 yards on 2 passes.
Marques Colston, Saints – Caught a 20-yarder to ice the game, and that’s all.
Anquan Boldin, 49ers – Only 39 yards on 3 grabs.
Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals – Same as his former teammate, Anquan.
Mike Wallace, Vikings – Left with 36 yards on 4 receptions.
Odell Beckham, Jr., Giants – He only had 35 yards on his 4 catches.
Travis Benjamin, Browns – Had 4 catches for 47 yards, but lost a fumble.

Duane Allen, Colts – Caught a 10-yarder.
Charles Clay, Bills – 26 yards on 3 balls.

Jordan Cameron, Dolphins – His team scored 44 points, but he contributed only 23 yards on 2 passes.


  1. Ladarius @ Bal or Ebron @ KC?



  2. I like both, but would roll with Ebron.