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Monday, November 21, 2016
11:25 AM - November 21, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Browns annonced four free agent signings.

DE Sheldon Richardson (90 OVR)--6 Yr / 68.99 Million / 24 Million Signing Bonus

WR Michael Floyd (87 OVR)-- 6 Yr / 46.85 Million / 15.30 Million Signing Bonus

CB Jason McCourty (80 OVR)-- 2 Yr / 14.35 Million / 8 Million Signing Bonus

WR Ted Ginn Jr (77 OVR)-- 2 Yr / 5.58 Million / 2.26 Million Signing Bonus
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
10:55 AM - November 21, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Quarterback
1) Sam Bradford / 7 yr Pro / 83 OVR
2) Ryan Fitzpatrick / 12 yr Pro / 83 OVR
3) Colin Kaepernick / 6 yr Pro / 79 OVR
4) Christian Hackenberg / 1 yr Pro / 77 OVR
5) Geno Smith / 4 yr Pro / 77 OVR

Halfback
1) Justin Forsett / 9 yr Pro / 82 OVR
2) Theo Riddick / 4 yr Pro / 82 OVR
3) Charles Sims III / 3 yr Pro / 82 OVR
4) Dion Lewis / 6 yr Pro / 80 OVR
5) Rashad Jennings / 8 yr Pro / 80 OVR

Fullback
1) John Kuhn / 11 yr Pro / 78 OVR
2) Bruce Miller / 6 yr Pro / 77 OVR
3) Nikita Whitlock / 3 yr Pro / 76 OVR
4) Derrick Coleman / 5 yr Pro / 75 OVR
5) John Conner / 7 yr Pro / 74 OVR

Wide Receiver
1) Michael Floyd / 5 yr Pro / 87 OVR
2) Pierre Garcon / 9 yr Pro / 83 OVR
3) Danny Amendola / 9 yr Pro / 83 OVR
4) Vincent Jackson / 12 yr Pro / 82 OVR
5) Josh Gordon / 5 yr Pro / 80 OVR

Tight End
1) Benjamin Watson / 13 yr Pro / 84 OVR
2) Brent Celek / 10 yr Pro / 84 OVR
3) Dennis Pitta / 7 yr Pro / 80 OVR
4) Dion Sims / 4 yr Pro / 79 OVR
5) Vernon Davis / 11 yr Pro / 78 OVR

Tackle
1) Zach Strief / 11 yr Pro / 82 OVR
2) Eric Winston / 11 yr Pro / 82 OVR
3) James Brewer / 6 yr Pro / 79 OVR
4) Jake Long / 9 yr Pro / 79 OVR
5) Matt Kalil / 5 yr Pro / 79 OVR

Guard
1) Jermon Bushrod / 10 yr Pro / 85 OVR
2) Evan Mathis / 11 yr Pro / 85 OVR
3) Ryan Wendell / 9 yr Pro / 82 OVR
4) Richie Incognito / 12 yr Pro / 81 OVR
5) Jeff Allen / 5 yr Pro / 79 OVR

Center
1) Jeremy Zuttah / 9 yr Pro / 83 OVR
2) Nick Mangold / 11 yr Pro / 83 OVR
3) Daniel Kilgore / 6 yr Pro / 79 OVR
4) Hroniss Grasu / 2 yr Pro / 79 OVR
5) Lyle Sendlein / 10 yr Pro / 76 OVR

Defensive End
1) Sheldon Richardson / 4 yr Pro / 90 OVR
2) Brooks Reed / 6 yr Pro / 84 OVR
3) Tyson Jackson / 8 yr Pro / 79 OVR
4) Henry Melton / 8 yr Pro / 79 OVR
5) Quinton Coples / 5 yr Pro / 79 OVR

Defensive Tackle
1) Vince Wilfork / 13 yr Pro / 84 OVR
2) Jonathan Babineaux / 12 yr Pro / 83 OVR
3) Haloti Ngata / 11 yr Pro / 82 OVR
4) Star Lotulelei / 4 yr Pro / 80 OVR
5) Cedric Thornton / 6 yr Pro / 78 OVR

Outside Linebacker
1) DeMarcus Ware / 12 yr Pro / 85 OVR
2) Rob Ninkovich / 11 yr Pro / 83 OVR
3) Karlos Dansby / 13 yr Pro / 81 OVR
4) Junior Galette / 7 yr Pro / 80 OVR
5) Danny Lansanah / 6 yr Pro / 80 OVR

Middle Linebacker
1) Stephen Tulloch / 11 yr Pro / 79 OVR
2) Lawrence Timmons / 10 yr Pro / 76 OVR
3) Rolando McClain / 6 yr Pro / 76 OVR
4) Paul Posluszny / 10 yr Pro / 75 OVR
5) D'Qwell Jackson / 11 yr Pro / 75 OVR

Cornerback
1) Adam Jones / 12 yr Pro / 87 OVR
2) Tramaine Brock / 7 yr Pro / 81 OVR
3) Brent Grimes / 10 yr Pro / 81 OVR
4) Jason McCourty / 8 yr Pro / 80 OVR
5) Alterraun Verner / 7 yr Pro / 79 OVR

Safety
1) J.J. Wilcox / 4 yr Pro / 82 OVR
2) Mike Mitchell / 8 yr Pro / 82 OVR
3) Glover Quin / 8 yr Pro / 82 OVR
4) Rashad Johnson / 8 yr Pro / 81 OVR
5) Ron Parker / 6 yr Pro / 81 OVR

Kicker
1) Matt Prater / 10 yr Pro / 78 OVR
2) Josh Brown / 14 yr Pro / 76 OVR
3) Nick Novak / 11 yr Pro / 74 OVR
4) Nick Folk / 10 yr Pro / 73 OVR
5) Sebastian Janikowski / 17 yr Pro / 71 OVR

Punter
1) Jon Ryan / 11 yr Pro / 81 OVR
2) Matt Bosher / 6 yr Pro / 81 OVR
3) Shane Lechler / 17 yr Pro / 77 OVR
4) Thomas Morstead / 8 yr Pro / 75 OVR
5) Andy Lee / 13 yr Pro / 72 OVR
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
10:10 AM - November 21, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
The Cleveland Browns announced resignings today.

NT Gabe Wright--2 yr/10.2 Million/4.08 Million Signing Bonus

HB Isaiah Crowell--3 yr/13.20 Million/5.28 Million Signing Bonus
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
10:05 AM - November 21, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Chicago Bears
S Antrel Rolle (12 yr Pro)

San Diego Chargers
TE Antonio Gates (14 yr Pro)

Indianapolis Colts
K Adam Vinatieri (20 yr Pro)
S Mike Adams (13 yr Pro)
OLB Robert Mathis (14 yr Pro)
HB Frank Gore (12 yr Pro)

Philadelphia Eagles
WR Jericho Cotchery (13 yr Pro)
HB Darren Sproles (12 yr Pro)

Atlanta Falcons
K Matt Bryant (15 yr Pro)
DE Dwight Freeney (15 yr Pro)
T Erik Pears (12 yr Pro)

San Francisco 49ers
K Phil Dawson (18 yr Pro)
S Will Allen (13 yr Pro)

New York Jets
OLB Jason Babin (12 yr Pro)

Detroit Lions
WR Anquan Boldin (14 yr Pro)

Green Bay Packers
OLB Julius Peppers (15 yr Pro)

Baltimore Ravens
WR Steve Smith Sr. (16 yr Pro)
WR Devin Hester Sr. (11 yr Pro)

New Orleans Saints
S Roman Harper (11 yr Pro)

Pittsburgh Steelers
OLB James Harrison (15 yr Pro)
HB DeAngello Williams (11 yr Pro)

Tennessee Titans
OLB Calvin Pace (14 yr Pro)
WR Andre Johnson (14 yr Pro)

Minnesota Vikings
CB Terrence Newman (14 yr Pro
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
09:58 AM - November 21, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
The Browns announced today they have signed Jim Bob Cooter for offensive coordinator and Bob Peck for special teams Coordinator.

Jim Bob Cooter was the offensive coordinator for the Detroit Lions last season, helping lead them to the NFC North title before losing in the wildcard round.

Bob Peck is a former high school football coach in the Clevleland area. He recently guided his team to the state championships two years ago.
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
09:39 AM - November 21, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
--If you can draw any positives from the 2016 Cleveland Browns campaign, it is the fact that somehow they were able to catch the Patriots offguard and steal a win from the AFC Champions.

Now that we got that out of the way, let's take a look at the state of the Browns.

This team is in full disaray. The Browns couldn't muster a respectable defense and at times they were downright awful on offense as well. You cannot necessarily blame coach Hue Jackson, as this franchise is still reeling from bad drafts and free agent pickups from previous regimes.

What positives do we look for going forward? The fact that the few core players that the Browns have are still under contract for the following season. Only one starter, free safety Jordan Poyer, is a free agent. The Browns also have the number one and number two picks in the draft this year (draft pick from Philly for Carson Wentz) and have four in the first sixty picks.

The Browns will also have to find a new offensive coordinator and special teams coordinator, as both of their contracts expired. We've said this before, and have been wrong, but how can the Browns mess this up?
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
08:27 AM - November 21, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB

51

Seattle's Defense Stifles Patriots

--The Seattle Seahawks offered up a dish best served cold Sunday night in Super Bowl 51. After being stopped at the goal line two years ago, the Seahawks made sure they would not be denied again, sacking Tom Brady four times and limiting Brady to only 14 completions on 41 tries.

It wasn't pretty, but it sure got the job done. It seemed nothing could go right with the Patriots. Brady didn't throw a touchdown in the game, and it seemed that missing WR Julian Edelman was just too much to overcome against a Seattle defense with two pro bowl cornerbacks on the team while Pro Bowler lineman Chris Avril dominated the Patriots offensive line, tallying three sacks. It was so bad, that Kicker of the Year Stephen Gostkowski missed both of his field goal tries in the game.

Seattle kicker Steven Hauschka connected on four fieldgoals and punter Jon Ryan knocked eight punts behind the 20 yard line, which severely swung the field position battle squarely into the Hawk's hands.

While the debate will continue between Montana and Brady for greatest quarterback of all time, we must ask ourselves if this is the last we have seen of Brady?

New England Patriots at Seattle Seahawks
Jan 1, 1ST2ND3RD4THOTSCORE
New England Patriots (11-5)0070--7
Seattle Seahawks (12-4)71063--26
Team Stats Comparison
NWESEA
Total Offense219301
Rushing Yards6494
Passing Yards155207
First Downs1111
Punt Return Yards2339
Kick Return Yards13349
Total Yards375389
Turnovers10
3rd Down Converstion7-206-20
4th Down Conversion0-00-0
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/01/0
Penalties4-253-41
Posession Time26:5933:01
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGNWESEA
10:06(SEA) J. Kearse 11 yd pass from R. Wilson (XP Good)07
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGNWESEA
8:35(SEA) S. Hauschka, 52 yd FG010
1:50(SEA) T. Rawls, 53 yd run (XP Good)017
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGNWESEA
12:56(SEA) S. Hauschka, 46 yd FG020
9:56(NWE) L. Blount, 2 yd run (XP Good)720
7:07(SEA) S. Hauschka, 55 yd FG723
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGNWESEA
0:12(SEA) S. Hauschka, 44 yd FG726
New England Patriots
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
NE T. Brady14/41168
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
HB L. Blount16493.01
HB D. Lewis6122.0
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
TE R. Gronkowski3258.3
WR D. Amendola24422.0
WR D. Street23919.5
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
OLB S. McClellin11
DE T. Flowers61.5
DE C. Long10.5
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
K S. Gostkowski0/21/11
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
P R. Allen1147343.01
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR D. Amendola23919.5
S D. McCourty59418.8
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
S D. McCourty11515.0
WR D. Amendola482.0
Seattle Seahawks
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
QB Russell Wilson24/362241
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
HB T. Rawls19844.41
HB C. Michael Sr650.8
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
WR D. Baldwin6447.3
FB L. Pryor24221.0
WR J. Kearse3237.61
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
MLB B. Wagner9
DE C. Avril83
DE F. Clark51
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
K S. Hauschka4/52/21555
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
P J. Ryan940344.78
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR T. Lockett12626.0
WR D. Baldwin12323.0
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR T. Lockett100.0
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
07:53 AM - November 21, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
2016 NFL Awards
AwardPlayerPosTeam
Most Valuable PlayerRussell WilsonQBSeattle Seahawks
Offensive Player of the YearRussell WilsonQBSeattle Seahawks
Defensive Player of the YearBrooks ReedDEAtlanta Falcons
Offensive Rookie of the YearCarson WentzQBPhiladelphia Eagles
Defensive Rookie of the YearJordan JenkinsOLBNew York Jets
Best QuarterbackRussell WilsonQBSeattle Seahawks
Best Running BackAdrian PetersonHBMinnesota Vikings
Best Wide ReceiverJordy NelsonWRGreen Bay Packers
Best Offensive LinemanRyan KalilCCarolina Panthers
Best Defensive LinemanBrooks ReedDEAtlanta Falcons
Best LinebackerLuke KuechlyMLBCarolina Panthers
Best Defensive BackMarcus PetersCBKansas City Chiefs
Best KickerStephen GostkowskiKNew England Patriots
Coach of the YearGus BradleyHCJacksonville Jaguars
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
07:44 AM - November 21, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB

Colts (6) at Bengals (3)--Colts 10, Bengals 20
CIN HB Giovani Bernard- 19 att, 92 yards, TD

Falcons (6) at Panthers (3)--Falcons 6, Panthers 26
CAR HB Jonathan Stewart- 18 att, 131 yards, 2 TD

Titans (5) at Chiefs (4)--Titans 20, Chiefs 41
KC OLB Dee Ford- 5 tack, 2.5 sack

Giants (5) at Lions (4)--Giants 20, Lions 18
NYG HB Rashad Jennings- 15 att, 69 yards, TD


Chiefs (4) at Jaguars (1)--Chiefs 13, Jaguars 16 (OT)
JAX WR Arrelious Benn- 6 rec, 110 yards

Giants (5) at Seahawks (1)--Giants 21, Seahawks 24
SEA QB Russell Wilson- 29/48, 319 yards, 3 TD

Bengals (3) at Patriots (2)--Bengals 13, Patriots 18
NE WR Danny Amendola- 12 rec, 173 yards, TD

Panthers (3) at Redskins (2)--Panthers 16, Redskins 24
WAS QB Kirk Cousins- 18/27, 238 yards, 3 TD


Patriots (2) at Jaguars (1)--Patriots 21, Jaguars 13
NE WR Danny Amendola- 12 rec, 138 yards


Redskins (2) at Seahawks (1)--Redskins 20, Seahawks 23 (OT)
SEA WR Doug Baldwin- 10 rec, 161 yards, TD


NFC All-Stars at AFC All-Stars--NFC 21, AFC 16
LA PR Tavon Austin- 3 PR, 102 yds, 34.0 avg, 73 long, TD
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
07:12 AM - November 21, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
2016 NFL Pro Bowl Rosters
AFC OffensePosVotesNFC OffensePosVotes
PIT Ben RoethlisbergerQB1,092,470SEA Russell WilsonQB1,156,099
JAX Blake BortlesQB1,076,071WAS Kirk CousinsQB1,076,452
CIN Andy DaltonQB1,045,824NYG Eli ManningQB1,042,695
NYJ Matt ForteHB460,695MIN Adrian PetersonHB508,880
BUF LeSean McCoyHB428,008ATL Devonta FreemanHB394,416
OAK Latavius MurrayHB413,772TB Doug MartinHB388,698
JAX Bruce MillerFB367,254CAR Mike TolbertFB456,481
CIN Ryan HewittFB358,837SEA Lonnie PryorFB358,132
TEN Rishard MatthewsWR449,256SEA Jermaine KearseWR477,325
PIT Antonio BrownWR571,063GB Jordy NelsonWR690,753
JAX Allen RobinsonWR517,529NYG Odell Beckham Jr.WR583,338
IND Donte MoncriefWR511,904DAL Dez BryantWR554,196
CIN A.J. GreenWR493,312NO Brandin CooksWR516,002
KC Jeremy MaclinWR474,719DET Golden Tate IIIWR498,080
SD Antonio GatesTE784,920CAR Greg OlsenTE783,511
TEN Delanie WalkerTE806,565SEA Jimmy GrahamTE918,868
KC Travis KelceTE862,739GB Richard RodgersTE734,051
JAX Kelvin BeachumT115,866WAS Morgan MosesT118,645
BUF Cordy GlennT109,242SEA Garry WilliamsT133,065
NE Nate SolderT139,871CAR Michael OherT128,485
NE Sebastian VollmerT126,528ATL Jake MatthewsT118,633
CIN Kevin ZeitlerG108,559PHI Brandon BrooksG116,483
TEN Chance WarmackG103,974DAL Zack MartinG115,351
BAL Marshall YandaG150,838CAR Trai TurnerG124,367
SD D.J. FlukerG111,898WAS Brandon ScherffG111,450
CIN Russell BodineC137,857DET Graham GlasgowC139,947
PIT Maurkice PounceyC146,456CAR Ryan KalilC176,539
AFC DefensePosVotesNFC DefensePosVotes
MIA Mario WilliamsDE602,989SEA Chris AvrilDE604,182
NE Chris LongDE521,835DAL DeMarcus LawrenceDE545,678
NE Jabal SheardDE451,289NYG Olivier VernonDE546,127
JAX Tyson AlualuDE438,699SEA Frank ClarkDE490,146
MIA Ndamukong SuhDT702,931CAR Kawann ShortDT578,670
CIN Geno AtkinsDT518,116PHI Fletcher CoxDT581,154
JAX Malik JacksonDT504,369LA Aaron DonaldDT526,802
DEN DeMarcus WareOLB320,840ARZ Markus GoldenOLB257,305
IND Erik WaldenOLB372,575SF Aaron LynchOLB248,930
NYJ Joplo BartuOLB330,386ARZ Alex OkaforOLB271,664
HOU Whitney MercilusOLB310,696GB Clay MatthewsOLB316,929
TEN Wesley WoodyardMLB782,436CAR Luke KuechlyMLB941,838
HOU Brian CushingMLB758,080SEA Bobby WagnerMLB532,974
NE Logan RyanCB605,258SEA Richard ShermanCB567,272
DEN Chris Harris Jr.CB656,260SEA Jeremy LaneCB402,378
SD Brandon FlowersCB531,573ATL Desmond TrufantCB433,523
KC Marcus PetersCB635,995ARZ Patrick PetersonCB377,773
KC Eric BerryFS540,163PHI Rodney McLeod Jr.FS389,587
CIN George IlokaFS521,928ARZ Tyrann MathieuFS376,406
TEN Da'Norris SearcySS248,182CAR Kurt ColemanSS250,428
BUF Corey GrahamSS280,939PHI Malcolm JenkinsSS328,419
AFC Special TeamsPosVotesNFC Special TeamsPosVotes
NE Stephen GostkowskiK315,774CAR Graham GanoK282,068
JAX Brad NortmanP186,457DET Sam MartinP193,787
CLE Andrew HawkinsKR315,527LA Tavon AustinKR167,876
OAK T.J. CarrieKR157,852MIN Cordarrelle PattersonKR193,448
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
Sunday, November 20, 2016
04:57 PM - November 20, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
NFL League Leaders - Passing
QB RatingPassing Yards
1. CAR C. Newton102.71. SEA R. Wilson4,508
2. PIT B. Roethlisberger98.22. NO D. Brees4,289
3. NE T. Brady96.63. WAS K. Cousins4,191
4. DAL D. Prescott96.64. GB A. Rodgers4,190
5. GB A. Rodgers95.75. SD P. Rivers3,999
Passing TouchdownsInterceptions
1. GB A. Rodgers381. NO D. Brees16
2. SEA R. Wilson352. MIA R. Tannehill16
3. PIT B. Roethlisberger333. IND A. Luck16
4. SD P. Rivers324. CLE C. Kessler16
5. WAS K. Cousins315. BAL J. Flacco15

NFL League Leaders - Rushing
RushingRushing Touchdowns
1. NYJ M. Forte1,4281. MIN A. Peterson12
2. OAK L. Murray1,3722. NE L. Blount11
3. MIN A. Peterson1,3183. TB D. Martin10
4. HOU L. Miller1,3154. PHI R. Mathews9
5. ATL D. Freeman1,2715. OAK L. Murray8

NFL League Leaders - Receiving
ReceptionsReceiving Yards
1. GB J. Nelson1071. NO B. Cooks1,489
2. NO B. Cooks972. DAL D. Bryant1,477
3. NYG O. Beckham Jr943. GB J. Nelson1,406
4. PIT A. Brown914. PIT A. Brown1,274
5. KC T. Kelce905. NYG O. Beckham Jr.1,266
TouchdownsDrops
1. GB J. Nelson221. GB J. Nelson15
2. PIT A. Brown132. NE D. Amendola14
3. NYG O. Beckham Jr.133. PIT A. Brown13
4. JAX A. Robinson124. SEA J. Kearse13
5. SEA J. Graham115. NO B. Cooks13

NFL League Leaders - Defense
TacklesSacks
1. CAR L. Kuechley1451. ATL B. Reed20.0
2. SEA B. Wagner1372. IND E. Walden17.0
3. HOU W. Mercilus1343. ARZ M. Golden13.5
4. KC J. Houston1334. DEN D. Ware13.5
5. OAK B. Irvin1325. NYJ J. Bartu13.0
InterceptionsForced Fumbles
1. NE L. Ryan81. HOU B. Cushing5
2. KC M. Peters82. ATL B. Reed5
3. SEA R. Sherman73. CAR L. Kuechley4
4. DEN C. Harris Jr74. GB J. Thomas4
5. CIN G. Iloka75. SD M. Ingram4
Fumble RecoveriesTouchdowns
1. NYG D. Kennard51. SD W. Hill III2
2. TEN W. Woodyard32. DEN C. Harris Jr2
3. WAS M. Foster33. 36 Players1
4. LA M. Barron34.
5. PHI M. Jenkins35.

NFL League Leaders - Kicking
Field Goals MadeField Goals Attempted
1. NE S. Gostkowski431. SD J. Lambo44
2. BAL J. Tucker382. NE S. Gostkowski43
3. SD J. Lambo363. BAL J. Tucker41
4. CAR G. Gano344. CAR G. Gano41
5. DET M. Prater335. GB M. Crosby40
Field Goal PercentageField Goal Long
1. NE S. Gostkowski931. SD J. Lambo57
2. DAL D. Bailey932. TEN R. Succup56
3. BAL J. Tucker923. BAL J. Tucker56
4. TB R. Aguayo924. OAK S. Janikowski56
5. DET M. Prater895. PHI C. Sturgis56

NFL League Leaders - Punting
Punts AttemptedPunt Yards
1. CHI P. O'Donnell1301. DEN R. Dixon5,549
2. DEN R. Dixon1292. CHI P. O'Donnell5,508
3. HOU S. Lechler1233. DET S. Martin5,395
4. DET S. Martin1194. HOU S. Lechler5,250
5. IND P. McAfee1175. JAX B. Nortman5,244
Punt AveragePunt Long
1. GB J. Schum46.21. WAS T. Way80
2. JAX B. Nortman45.62. LA J. Hekker80
3. TB B. Anger45.63. NO T. Morstead78
4. DET S. Martin45.34. GB J. Schum75
5. NYG B. Wing45.25. DAL C. Jones75
Net YardsNet Average
1. DEN R. Dixon4,7071. CLE M. Palardy39.7
2. CHI P. O'Donnell4,4882. GB J. Schum39.5
3. DET S. Martin4,4213. TB B. Anger39.2
4. JAX B. Nortman4,4154. LA J. Hekker38.6
5. IND P. McAfee4,3395. JAX B. Nortman38.3
Punts In 20Touchbacks
1. DET S. Martin491. DET S. Martin21
2. JAX B. Nortman422. CHI P. O'Donnell21
3. DAL C. Jones423. IND P. McAfee19
4. BUF C. Schmidt424. KC D. Colquitt19
5. HOU S. Lechler415. BUF C. Schmidt

NFL League Leaders - Returns
Kick ReturnsKick Return Yards
1. CLE A. Hawkins971. CLE A. Hawkins2,641
2. NO B. Cooks602. NO B. Cooks1,312
3. LA T. Austin563. LA T. Austin1,296
4. SF B. Ellington554. PHI D. Sproles1,244
5. PHI D. Sproles535. ARI P. Peterson
Kick Return AverageKick Return Touchdowns
1. NYG O. Beckham Jr.29.61. CLE A. Hawkins3
2. CLE A. Hawkins27.22. 11 Other Players1
3. SEA E. Thomas III26.83.
4. OAK T. Carrie26.74.
5. SD B. Oliver26.45.
Punt ReturnsPunt Return Yards
1. TEN M. Mariani461. IND T. Hilton567
2. IND T. Hilton412. PIT A. Brown550
3. PIT A. Brown383. MIN C. Patterson544
4. PHI D. Sproles384. DET G. Tate III526
5. MIN C. Patterson355. TEN M. Mariani513
Punt Return AveragePunt Return Touchdowns
1. WAS D. Jackson17.51. MIN C. Patterson2
2. DET G. Tate III16.42. 7 Other Players1
3. MIN C. Patterson15.53.
4. JAX R. Greene Sr.15.54.
5. BAL D. Hester Sr.15.15.
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
03:51 PM - November 20, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Cleveland Browns Season Statistics Stats - 2016
PassingC/ATTYDSAVGYDS/GLONGTDINTRAT
QB Josh McCown9/1319715.132.8772151.4
QB Cody Kessler135/2692,1608.0216.081171673.6
QB Robert Griffin III73/1651,0976.684.36461443.4
RushingATTYDSAVGLONG20+TDYDS/GFUM
HB D. Johnson Jr2018134.0512362.56
HB I. Crowell1185374.5432233.51
QB R. Griffin III311805.8241213.82
HB G. Atkinson III141067.5166.61
QB C. Kessler9697.61416.95
FB D. Coleman12332.772.0
QB J. McCown4235.7123.81
FB M. Johnson2105.060.6
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTDLONG20+YDS/GYAC
TE G. Barnidge671,07516.036267.1300
WR J. Gordon3865317.148143.5243
WR C. Coleman2948116.567130.0151
HB D. Johnson Jr2530912.317723.7373
WR T. Pryor Sr2135016.614721.852
HB I. Crowell1923912.547214.9267
WR A. Hawkins720729.557812.9104
TE R. Telfer68013.312513.315
FB D. Coleman3279.0101.64
HB G. Atkinson III23316.5232.028
TacklesSacksInterceptions
DefenseSOLOASTTOTSACKTLOSSPDINTTD
ILB D. Davis863311911020
S I. Campbell513586641
OLB E. Ogbah4833815262
ILB C. Kirksey4330732.57821
CB J. Haden4027670.52124
S J. Poyer39508921231
CB T. Williams301444131
CB K. Williams2919486
OLB J. Schobert27245181
ILB S. Wright2493341
DE J. Hughes III21143548
S D. Kindred202444321
CB M. Burley201636111
DE D. Bryant15102536
NT D. Shelton138216
OLB C. Lemonier133612
CB J. Taylor8513131
OLB N. Orchard8412111
S D. Jones6915
DE C. Nassib561124
DE A. Bryant52734
ILB T. Carder358121
NT J. Meder331
OLB C. Lawrence1111
NT G. Wright11
KickoffsPunts
ReturningATTYDSAVGLONGTDRETAVGTD
WR A. Hawkins972,64127.21033328.0
HB G. Atkinson III47518.724
Field GoalsExtra Points
KickingFGMFGAPCTLONGXPMXPAPCTPTS
K P. Murray14236049323210074
PuntingPUNTSYDSLONGAVGNETBPIN20TB
M. Palardy542,4286244.939.7168
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03:06 PM - November 20, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Scoreboard: Week Seventeen
Sunday's Games
Patriots 25, Dolphins 33
Jaguars 29, Colts 23
Panthers 21, Buccaneers 28
Bears 23, Vikings 17 (OT)
Falcons 30, Saints 23
Bills 17, Jets 24
Cowboys 10, Eagles 24
Packers 26, Lions 49
Texans 9, Titans 26
Giants 12, Redskins 28
Ravens 17, Bengals 27
Chiefs 20, Chargers 33
Raiders 22, Broncos 8
Seahawks 27, 49ers 17
Cardinals 24, Rams 34


NFL Standings - Updated: Week Seventeen
NFC EASTWLTPFPA
Washington Redskins--Y115370306
New York Giants--X115377340
Dallas Cowboys79341347
Philadelphia Eagles412325360
NFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Detroit Lions--Y106380317
Green Bay Packers79441436
Chicago Bears79288363
Minnesota Vikings79379392
NFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Carolina Panthers--Y115386308
Atlanta Falcons--X97361341
Tampa Bay Buccaneers79303338
New Orleans Saints511337398
NFC WESTWLTPFPA
Seattle Seahawks--Z124423295
Arizona Cardinals610342385
San Francisco 49ers511260351
Los Angeles Rams412309404
AFC EASTWLTPFPA
New England Patriots--Y115419268
Miami Dolphins97351343
New York Jets88328327
Buffalo Bills610278324
AFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Cincinnati Bengals--Y115391317
Pittsburgh Steelers106401286
Baltimore Ravens610309374
Cleveland Browns313314571
AFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Jacksonville Jaguars--Z133349262
Tennessee Titans--X106364277
Indianapolis Colts--X106355350
Houston Texans610285361
AFC WESTWLTPFPA
Kansas City Chiefs--Y97367300
Denver Broncos88311363
San Diego Chargers79404407
Oakland Raiders610317354


Z--Clinched Homefield Advantage

Y--Clinched Division Title

X--Clinched Playoff Spot

AFC Players of the Week
PIT QB Ben Roethlisberger- 27/34, 313 yards, 5 TD
PIT CB Artie Burns- 4 tack, 2 sack, FF

NFC Players of the Week
DET QB Matthew Stafford- 28/43, 448 yards, 5 TD
ATL CB Marcus Trufant- tack, INT, TD
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
02:46 PM - November 20, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Steelers Aerial Attack too much for Browns

--Thankfully, this season is over. Ben Roethlisberger put the Cleveland Browns out of their misery, throwing for five touchdowns, beating the Browns 45-7. The Browns were coming into the game with the purpose of knocking the Steelers from the postseason. Big Ben made sure that didn't happen, throwing for 313 yards and throwing touchdowns to four different receivers. With corner Joe Haden covering Antonio Brown much of the day, Markhus Wheaton came up big hauling in 8 passes for 118 yards and a touchdown.

Kessler threw a four yard touchdown to halfback Isaiah Crowell early in the second, but that was all Cleveland could muster offensively. Coach Hue Jackson even went for it on fourth down seven times to try to get something going, but it was for nothing. Kessler was benched in the second half after going down 21-7, but Robert Griffin III could do no better with an onslaught of pass rushers exploiting Cleveland's porous offensive line.

Though the Steelers won, they were eventually eliminated from playoff contention after the Colts and Titans locked up the final wildcard spot.

Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers
1ST2ND3RD4THOTSCORE
Cleveland Browns ()0700--7
Pittsburgh Steelers ()7141410--45
Team Stats Comparison
CLEPIT
Total Offense205394
Rushing Yards9190
Passing Yards114304
First Downs1319
Punt Return Yards00
Kick Return Yards18224
Total Yards387418
Turnovers20
3rd Down Converstion2-136-11
4th Down Conversion3-71-1
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/04/0
Penalties2-250-0
Posession Time19:4024:20
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGCLEPIT
0:01(PIT) L. Green 27 yd pass from B. Roethlisberger (XP Good)07
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGCLEPIT
8:48(CLE) I. Crowell 4 yd pass from C. Kessler (XP Good)77
2:15(PIT) M. Wheaton 22 yd pass from B. Roethlisberger (XP Good)714
0:05(PIT) A. Brown 6 yd pass from B. Roethlisberger (XP Good)721
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGCLEPIT
5:49(PIT) A. Brown 2 yd pass from B. Roethlisberger (XP Good)728
4:29(PIT) D. Heyward-Bay 15 yd pass from B. Roethlisberger (XP Good)735
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGCLEPIT
4:53(PIT) C. Boswell, 52 yd FG738
3:50(PIT) D. Williams, 12 yd run (XP Good)745
Cleveland Browns
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
QB C. Kessler9/199411
QB R. Griffin III8/1873
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
HB D. Johnson Jr11423.8
QB R. Griffin III3237.6
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
WR D. Johnson Jr6549.0
TE G. Barnidge46015.0
WR J. Gordon3217.0
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
ILB C. Kirksey100.5
CB J. Haden60.5
DE A. Bryant11
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
K P. Murray0/11/11
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
P M. Palardy14343.0
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR A. Hawkins718226.0
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
N/A
Pittsburgh Steelers
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
QB Ben Roethlisberger27/343135
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
HB D. Williams17895.21
HB D. Cobb410.2
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
WR M. Wheaton811814.71
TE L. Green66410.61
WR A. Brown6579.52
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
S M. Mitchell91
DE L. Walton22
CB A. Burns42
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
K C. Boswell1/25/5852
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
P J. Berry29748.5
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
WR M. Wheaton12424.0
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
N/A
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10:43 AM - November 20, 2016. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Matchup Preview *|* Week Seventeen
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Cleveland Browns
(3-12, 1-6 Away)
Pittsburgh Steelers
(9-6, 7-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
7,213 (10th)Total Yards7,149 (14th)
4,420 (30th)Total Offensive Yards5,049 (12th)
2,727 (29th)Passing Yards3,626 (13th)
1,693 (6th)Rushing Yards1,423 (22nd)
20.4 (29th)Points Per Game23.7 (9th)
Defensive Stats Comparison
6,223 (32nd)Total Yards Allowed4,668 (12th)
3,678 (25th)Passing Yards Allowed3,316 (13th)
2,555 (32nd)Rushing Yards Allowed1,352 (9th)
526 (32nd)Points Allowed279 (6th)
Injury Report
QB Josh McCown
Herniated Disk (IR)
WR Martavis Bryant
Fractured Toe (6 Weeks)
OLB Corey Lemonier
Broken Collarbone (IR)
HB LeVeon Bell
Herniated Disk (7 Weeks)

DE Stephon Tuitt
Fractured Elbow (IR)

OLB James Harrison
Complete ACL Tear (IR)

T Marcus Gilbert
Complete PCL Tear (IR)
Game Notes
It hasn't been an easy season if you are a Browns fan. Cleveland is on a ten game losing streak and all seem to be lost until next season. However, the Browns are looking to give Pittsburgh an unexpected holiday gift this weekend: an exit from the postseason race. Wouldn't the best way to end the season than to knock your rival from postseason berth?

Don't get to excited yet. The Browns look hopeless right now and it doesn't appear to be getting any better. They have given up more than twice the amount of points the Steelers have and they also have a rookie quarterback while the Steelers have Ben Roethlisberger. If there is one silver lining, it is the fact that halfback LeVeon Bell is out for this game along with linebacker James Harrison. If the Browns can find their lost running game and limit the possessions for the Steelers, watch out.
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