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Monday, January 23, 2017
04:10 PM - January 23, 2017. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Los Angeles Rams 2016 Schedule

Week 01: at 49ers

Week 02: vs Seahawks

Week 03: at Buccaneers

Week 04: at Cardinals

Week 05: vs Bills

Week 06: at Lions

Week 07: vs Giants

Week 08: BYE WEEK

Week 09: vs Panthers

Week 10: at Jets

Week 11: vs Dolphins

Week 12: at Saints

Week 13: at Patriots

Week 14: vs Falcons

Week 15: at Seahawks

Week 16: vs 49ers

Week 17: vs Cardinals
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
03:49 PM - January 23, 2017. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Rams End Preseason on High Note

--Like they have for the past two seasons, the Rams ended the preseason at .500. The good news is they ended on a high note, beating the Jacksonville Jaguars 25-15. The Rams have plenty of reasons to be optimistic, especially at the performance of rookie Jared Goff.

Goff ends the preseason with 390 yards passing and four touchdowns with no interceptions. He looked poised and patient in the pocket, easily outperforming starter Case Keenum. Fans have been asking for coach Jeff Fisher to go ahead and start Goff, but Fisher maintains his stance that Goff will ride the bench until he feels the time is right.

The Rams did suffer an important injury. Wide Receiver Kenny Britt will miss the first two weeks of the season after partially tearing his MCL in week one. Britt says the injury is healing fine and that he can't wait to get back on the field for week three of the regular season.

Coach Jeff Fisher did announce five cuts that the team made to reduce their roster to the league requirements. They are as follows:

-HB Chase Reynolds

-HB Brandon Wegher

-WR Paul McRoberts

-WR Nelson Spruce

-DE Matt Longacre
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
03:22 AM - January 23, 2017. Written by PeoplesChampGB
Los Angeles Rams Preseason Roster
#OFFENSEPOSAGEYRS PROOVRCOLLEGE
17Case KeenumQB28474Houston
16Jared GoffQB21R??California
14Sean MannionQB24162Oregon St.
30Todd GurleyHB22182Georgia
27Tre MasonHB23278Auburn
23Benny Cunningham JrHB26374Mid Tenn St.
48Brandon WegherHB25167N/A
34Chase ReynoldsHB28567Montana
39Malcolm BrownHB23167Texas
46Cory HarkeyFB26478UCLA
18Kenny BrittWR27783Rutgers
11Tavon AustinWR25381West Virginia
83Brian QuickWR27478Appalach. St.
15Bradley MarquezWR23164Texas Tech
10Pharoah CooperWR21R??South Carolina
8Paul McRobertsWR23R??Missouri St.
86Nelson SpruceWR23R??Colorado
13Mike ThomasWR22R??Southern Miss
88Lance KendricksTE28573Wisconsin
89Tyler HigbeeTE23R??W. Kentucky
84Temarrick HemingwayTE23R??S.C. State
73Greg RobinsonT23270Auburn
79Rob HavensteinT24177Wisconsin
77Isaiah BattleT23168Clemson
64Andrew DonnalT24167Iowa
63Darrell WilliamsT23165USF
76Roger Saffold IIIG28379Indiana
68Jamon BrownG23169Louisville
69Cody WichmannG24169Fresno State
66David ArkinG28563Missouri State
61Tim BarnesC28571Missouri
65Demetrius RhaneyC24262Tennessee St.
#DEFENSEPOSAGEYRS PROOVRCOLLEGE
95William HayesDE31883Winston Salem
94Robert QuinnDE26581North Carolina
97Eugene SimsDE30672W. Texas A&M
93Ethan WestbrooksDE25270W. Texas A&M
96Matt LongacreDE24163NW Missouri St.
70Morgan FoxDE21R??Colorado St.
99Aaron DonaldDT25298Pittsburgh
90Michael BrockersDT25481LSU
91Domnique EasleyDT24279Florida
92Cam ThomasDT29673North Carolina
26Mark BarronS/OLB26476Alabama
59Josh ForrestOLB23R??Kentucky
55Nic GrigsbyOLB24R??Pittsburgh
58Cory LittletonOLB22R??Washington
52Alec OgletreeMLB24376Georgia
54Bryce HagerMLB24160Baylor
22Trumaine JohnsonCB26482Montana
20Lamarcus JoynerCB25281Florida State
33E.J. GainesCB24273Missouri
32Troy HillCB25165Oregon
24Blake CountessCB23R??Auburn
35Mike JordanCB22R??Missouri W State
31Maurice AlexanderS25284Utah State
38Cody DavisS27267Texas Tech
25T.J. McDonaldS25377USC
41Marqui ChristianS21R??Midwestern St.
#SPECIAL TEAMSPOSAGEYRS PROOVRCOLLEGE
4Greg ZeurleinK28479Missouri W State
6Johnny HekkerP26486Oregon State
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
02:11 AM - January 23, 2017. Written by PeoplesChampGB

After the past two mediocre seasons and no hope for a new stadium in sight, the Rams have moved back to Los Angeles. Perhaps a change of scenery would be what this franchise needs. Afterall, the Rams haven't made the postseason since 2004 and have gone through a slurry of head coaches and quarterbacks since that time.

With the change of scenery, the franchise decided a fresh new face under center would be what this team needed. General Manager Les Snead traded the Rams first round pick, two second round picks and a third round pick to acquire the first pick in the draft from the Tennessee Titans. With that pick, the Rams selected quarterback Jared Goff out of California. Draft pundits debated for weeks whether Goff or Carson Wentz would be the better quarterback. The Rams decided that potential outranked a quarterback that could start now but had less upside.

Now with Goff as the man, the Rams hope that he provides the organization with a franchise quarterback for years. For right now, coach Jeff Fisher has already stated that he will ride the bench and learn behind veteran Case Keenum.

Halfback Todd Gurley will lead a great runningback stable along with Tre Mason and Benny Cunningham Jr. Gurley is a fine workhorse to have, and was pretty much the only offense the Rams had last season. The Rams will have to run the ball a lot and play great defense if they intend to be successful this year.

Kenny Britt, Tavon Austin, and Brian Quick will head the receiving corps this year. While this franchise still needs a no. 1 WR in the ranks, Austin and Britt can be playmakers when they need to be.

The offensive line is one of the weak points of this offense. Left tackle Greg Robinson, a former second overall pick, is the most talented lineman the Rams have.

If there is one strong point on the defense it is along the front four. Defensive tackles Aaron Donald and Michael Brockers look to have a great year along with William Hayes and Robert Quinn. After releasing Chris Long, who later signed with the Patriots, the Rams hope that this line will be able to hold up and make crucial stops over the course of the season.

The linebacking corps is considered one of the weakest in the NFL. Safety Mark Barron is now playing in the linebacking corps in order to put more speed on the field, while Alec Ogletree is shoring up the middle. Rookies Josh Forrest and Nic Grigsby will battle it out in the preseason for the last starting spot.

The secondary is average at best and will rely on the front four to generate pressure in order to force turnovers. These corners have a lot of grit and heart, but they cannot be counted on to cover number ones with consistency. The one shining spot might be safety Maurice Alexander, who is one of the better safeties in the league.

Overall, don't expect a division title this year with Arizona and Seattle in the division. The LA Rams have enough talent to maybe sneak into the wildcard discussion by the end of things.
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
01:39 AM - January 23, 2017. Written by PeoplesChampGB
After my Browns franchise got corrupted and I didn't want to start the same team over, I have decided to take over the Los Angeles Rams for their inaugural season in L.A. I have converted M17 rosters to M12 for this franchise because I prefer this game over all the others on 360. Hopefully, I will be able to add a lot more to this franchise than in my Browns one.
Dynasty: PeoplesChampGB
Friday, January 20, 2017
A New Year: Butler's Bulls

It's been said that the Bulls of the 1990s were the greatest basketball dynasty of all-time, winning six NBA championships from 1991 to 1998. Since those days of glory, fans interest or at least their hopes of another run at an NBA title have been waning. After missing the playoffs for the first time since the 2007-08 season, owner Jerry Reinsdorf has decided to shake things up by bringing in one of the youngest and most promising basketball minds in the game today in new general manager Michael Bodam. Bodam's first order of business; building around rising superstar Jimmy Butler. After an offseason of speculation that the Bulls would move Butler for a monster haul, Bodam guaranteed that "Butler would be going nowhere" and that he would be "the centerpiece of a Bulls championship roster." Despite the bold promises, everyone in Chicago knows that the only way to win over the fans of Chicago is to produce results.


Fulfilling On The Promise


Bulls fans are no strangers to superstars of the sport. From Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and the Bulls of the 90s to the Luel Dengs and Derrick Roses of year's past. This offseason longtime Miami Heat megastar Dwayne Wade has packed up his three championships and shipped off to his hometown Chicago. Now, Wade is a future Hall of Famer and an NBA icon but no one is mistakening the 2016-17 version of Wade for the one who led the Heat to being a perennial contender. However, the Bulls are hoping adding Dwayne Wade and Rajon Rondo to a roster that already has star power in Jimmy Butler, strong role players in Taj Gibson and Robin Lopez and youngish talent in Doug McDermott, Nikola Mirotic, Bobby Portis and 2016 first round pick Denzel Valentine will spark them to a return to playoff form. Look for the new GM to be at the ready to make big changes however if the Bulls struggle out of the gate. Retaining Fred Hoiberg as the Bulls head coach wasn't a popular move but the Bulls front office is giving him one more chance. That said, Hoiberg knows he won't be around long if he can't get better results.
Dynasty: BodamEscapePlan
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
07:45 PM - January 18, 2017. Written by Midnite2sixman
Matchup Preview | January 22, 2017
@
Minnesota Vikings
(13-4, 6-2 Away)
Dallas Cowboys
(14-3, 7-2 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
7147 (12)Total Yards7350 (2)
6016 (9)Total Offensive Yards6459 (2)
3541 (23)Passing Yards4489 (3)
2475 (1)Rushing Yards1970(12)
26.2 (9)Points Per Game32.3 (1)
23 (23)Passing TD35 (3)
25 (2)Rushing TD24 (4)
293 (6)First Downs309 (3)
69 (3)Red Zone Attempts69
39-14Red Zone TD-FG42-7
76% (16)Red Zone Percentage71% (22)
Defensive Stats Comparison
5006 (3)Total Yards Allowed5838 (22)
3471 (4)Passing Yards Allowed4136 (25)
1535 (2)Rushing Yards Allowed1702 (7)
310 (4)Points Allowed356 (10)
42 (14)Sacks57 (1)
20 (1)Fumble Recoveries12 (15)
12 (27)Interceptions24 (2)
19.3Points Per Game22.2
49Red Zone Attempts53
28-10Red Zone TD-FG23-14
77%Red Zone Percentage69%
Injury Report
Cordarrelle Patterson-WR (Elbow)
Out
La'el Collins-LG (Thumb)
Out
Adrian Peterson-RB (Ankle)
Out
Sean Lee-LB (Shoulder)
Out

Cedric Thornton-DT (Quad)
Questionable

Ezekiel Elliot-RB (Elbow)
Out
Game Notes
NFC Championship Game. Dallas defeated Minnesota 19-16 in week 13 in Minnesota.
Dynasty: Midnite2sixman
07:26 PM - January 18, 2017. Written by Midnite2sixman
Matchup Preview | January 22, 2017
@
Pittsburgh Steelers
(12-6, 7-2 Away)
New England Patriots
(12-5, 7-2 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
7723 (1)Total Yards7325 (5)
6797 (1)Total Offensive Yards6201 (5)
4506(2)Passing Yards4660 (1)
2291 (2)Rushing Yards1541 (27)
31.1 (2)Points Per Game29.8 (3)
32 (5)Passing TD40 (1)
28 (1)Rushing TD15 (21)
316 (1)First Downs312 (2)
75 (1)Red Zone Attempts71 (2)
44-12Red Zone TD-FG42-14
74% (18)Red Zone Percentage78% (9)
Defensive Stats Comparison
5432 (8)Total Yards Allowed5226 (4)
1819 (8)Passing Yards Allowed3738 (15)
1819 (16)Rushing Yards Allowed1488 (1)
366 (14)Points Allowed274 (2)
18 (32)Sacks41 (16)
10 (21)Fumble Recoveries2 (32)
20 (6)Interceptions25 (1)
22.8Points Per Game17.1
49Red Zone Attempts47
28-7Red Zone TD-FG21-16
71%Red Zone Percentage78%
Injury Report
Ross Cockrell-CB (Elbow)
Out
Rob Gronkowski-TE (Back)
Out
Bud Dupree-LB (Torn Pectoral)
Out
Julian Edelman-WR (Back)
Out
Marcus Gilbert-RT (Hip)
Out

Ross Ventrone-SS (Groin)
Out

Game Notes
AFC Championship Game. Steelers defeated the Patriots 27-24 in week 7 in Pittsburgh.
Dynasty: Midnite2sixman
11:08 AM - January 18, 2017. Written by Midnite2sixman
NFL Standings - Updated: Jan 1,
NFC EASTWLT
Dallas Cowboys133
Washington Redskins115
New York Giants 106
Philadelphia Eagles610
NFC NORTHWLT
Minnesota Vikings124
Green Bay Packers88
Detroit Lions511
Chicago Bears412
NFC SOUTHWLT
Tampa Bay Buccaneers88
New Orleans Saints88
Carolina Panthers79
Atlanta Falcons79
NFC WESTWLT
Arizona Cardinals 115
Seattle Seahawks115
Los Angeles Rams 511
San Francisco 49ers313
NFC WILD CARD RACEWLT
1.Dallas Cowboys133
2.Minnesota Vikings124
3.Arizona Cardinals 115
4.Tampa Bay Buccaneers88
5.Washington Redskins115
6.Seattle Seahawks115
AFC EASTWLT
New England Patriots115
Buffalo Bills106
New York Jets97
Miami Dolphns88
AFC NORTHWLT
Pittsburgh Steelers106
Baltimore Ravens88
Cincinatti Bengals610
Cleveland Browns016
AFC SOUTHWLT
Tennessee Titans79
Indianapolis Colts79
Houston Texans610
Jacksonville Jaguars511
AFC WESTWLT
Denver Broncos115
Kansas City Chiefs115
Oakland Raiders115
San Diego Chargers610
AFC WILD CARD RACEWLT
1.New England Patriots115
2.Denver Broncos115
3.Pittsburgh Steelers106
4.Tennessee Titans79
5.Kansas City Chiefs115
6.Oakland Raiders115
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Dynasty: Midnite2sixman
Monday, January 16, 2017
10:57 AM - January 16, 2017. Written by Steelers4190
Miami Dolphins at Pittsburgh Steelers
Jan 1, 1ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Miami Dolphins (9-7)0100010
Pittsburgh Steelers (13-3)72171045
Team Stats Comparison
MIAPIT
Total Offense165471
Rushing Yards88146
Passing Yards77325
First Downs920
Punt Return Yards042
Kick Return Yards93122
Total Yards258635
Turnovers31
3rd Down Converstion510
4th Down Conversion00
2-Point Conversion00
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals
Penalties
Posession Time20:0839:52
Miami Dolphins
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Ryan Tannehill2/101001
Brandon Doughty3/73701
Ryan Nassib2/73001
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Kenyan Drake17663.90
Josh Robinson6122.01
Ryan Tannehill3103.30
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Martellus Bennet34013.30
Seth Roberts22914.50
Devonte Parker122.00
Jarvis Landry166.00
Pittsburgh Steelers
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Ben Roethlisberger28/4032551
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
DeAngelo Williams21904.31
Kenan McMillan 9242.70
Le'Veon Bell4164.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Eli Rogers710915.61
Antonio Brown69716.21
Martavis Bryant44310.80
Ladarius Green4399.81
Sammie Coates 22512.51
Jesse James263.01
DeAngelo Williams252.50
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Angelo Roan91.500
Bud Dupree51.500
Ryan Shazier5000
Cam Heyward40.500
Stephon Tuitt4100
Javon Hargrave41.500
Sean Davis4020
Mike Mitchell4010
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Chris Boswell1/16/6923
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Jordan Berry29648.01
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Sammie Coates212261.00
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Demarcus Ayers5428.40
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RECAP:

After a dominating 40-13 win over the visiting Bengals the Dolphins packed their bags and headed up north to Heinz Field to take on the number one seeded Pittsburgh Steelers. The Dolphins' backfield would be down a horse as they lost Jay Ajayi to injury in their victory over the Bengals. The Steelers got off to a fast start taking the opening kick off 91 yards inside the Dolphins' ten yard line. Ben Roethlisberger would throw his first of five TDs as he hit Jesse James two plays later. The Steelers dominated from the word go creating constant pressure and forcing two Dolphin QBs from the game with injuries. They intercepted three passes each one being from a different QB. The Steelers didn't leave the game unscathed as Le'Veon Bell left the game early with an ankle injury, but it is not expected to hold him out of the AFC Championship Game. The Steelers will host the winner of the Chiefs and Titans.
Dynasty: Steelers4190
Sunday, January 15, 2017
03:23 PM - January 15, 2017. Written by glenzariczny
Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers
Dec 11, 20161ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Seattle Seahawks (12-1)0140620
Green Bay Packers (6-7)606012
Team Stats Comparison
SEAGNB
Total Offense404232
Rushing Yards16223
Passing Yards242209
First Downs1911
Punt Return Yards382
Kick Return Yards410
Total Yards483234
Turnovers42
3rd Down Converstion5-11 (45%)6-15 (40%)
4th Down Conversion0-0 (0%)0-1 (0%)
2-Point Conversion0-0 (0%)0-1 (0%)
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals1/2 (100%)0/2 (100%)
Penalties0-03-32
Posession Time34:4425:13
Scoring Summary
FIRST QUARTER SCORINGSEAGNB
8:27(GNB) Mason Crosby, 28 Yd FG03
1:28(GNB) Mason Crosby, 35 Yd FG06
SECOND QUARTER SCORINGSEAGNB
11:06(SEA) Jermaine Kearse, 3 Yd pass from Russell Wilson (Steven Hauschka Kick)76
8:49(SEA) Jermaine Kearse, 73 Yd pass from Russell Wilson (Steven Hauschka Kick)146
THIRD QUARTER SCORINGSEAGNB
3:06(GNB) Blake Martinez, returned interception 66 Yds (2-Pt Conv Failed)1412
FOURTH QUARTER SCORINGSEAGNB
9:48(SEA) Steven Hauschka, 19 Yd FG1712
0:18(SEA) Steven Hauschka, 37 Yd FG2012
Seattle Seahawks
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Russell Wilson22/3226123
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Thomas Rawls281415.00
Christine Michael Sr.7152.10
Russell Wilson166.00
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Jermaine Kearse612120.12
Jimmy Graham55410.80
Paul Richardson55110.20
Doug Baldwin3248.00
Nick Vannett177.00
Luke Willson177.00
Thomas Rawls1-3-3.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Bobby Wagner110.010
Cliff Avril72.000
Michael Bennett71.000
DeShawn Shead50.000
Earl Thomas III50.000
K.J. Wright51.000
Ahtyba Rubin31.000
Tharold Simon20.010
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Steven Hauschka2/32/2837
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Jon Ryan28241.01
KICK RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Doug Baldwin24120.50
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Doug Baldwin33812.60
Green Bay Packers
PASSINGC/AYDSTDINT
Aaron Rodgers21/4123802
RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTD
Eddie Lacy14231.60
RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTD
Jordy Nelson47218.00
Eddie Lacy6498.10
Jeff Janis23919.50
Richard Rodgers5357.00
Randall Cobb33210.60
DaVante Adams11111.00
DEFENSETACKSACKINTTD
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix150.000
Clay Matthews113.000
Jake Ryan90.000
Kroy Biermann90.500
Damarious Randall80.010
Morgan Burnett80.000
Nick Perry70.500
Quinten Rollins60.000
Mike Daniels60.000
Chris Banjo50.000
Carl Bradford40.010
Blake Martinez10.011
KICKINGFGXPPTSLONG
Mason Crosby2/20/0635
PUNTINGNOYDSAVGIN20
Brandon Fields624240.31
PUNT RETURNRETYDSAVGTD
Randall Cobb122.00
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Dynasty: glenzariczny
12:00 PM - January 15, 2017. Written by Steelers4190
OFFENSE:

QB: Russell Wilson (Sea)
RB: Ezekiel Elliot (Dal)
Flex: Le'Veon Bell (Pit)
TE: Eric Ebron (Det)
WR: Antonio Brown (Pit)-----Allen Robinson (Jax)
LT: Tyron Smith (Dal)
LG: Andrew Norwell (Car)
C: Alex Mack (Atl)
RG: Zack Martin (Dal)
RT: Marcus Gilbert (Pit)


DEFENSE:

Edge Rushers: Khalil Mack (Oak)------Kony Ealy (Car)
Interior lineman: Damon Harrison (NYG)------Sheldon Rankins (NO)
Linebackers: Luke Kuechly (Car)----- Ryan Shazier (Pit)----Bud Dupree (Pit)
Cornerbacks: Jamar Taylor (Cle)------Jason McCourty (Ten)
Safeties: Harrison Smith (Min)------Adrain Amos (Chi)
Defensive Back: Marcus Peters (KC)

Special Teams:
Place Kicker: Chris Boswell (Pit)
Punter: Pat McAfee (Ind)
Punt Returner: Sintamuel Sayers (Chi)
Kick Returner: Tyler Lockett (Sea)
Dynasty: Steelers4190
11:00 AM - January 15, 2017. Written by Steelers4190
So due to unfortunate circumstances the rural road I was on was without internet for about a week. Due to this I was typing all my posts on a word document and was going to paste them here.......unfortunately I have lost the document . Will be posting the end of the season recap and will be sure to update the season weekly in the following seasons.

2017 STANDINGS:
NFL Standings - Updated: Jan 7, 2017
NFC EASTWLTPFPA
Dallas Cowboys (Y)1150527331
Washington Redskins (X)1060439419
New York Giants (X)970374392
Philadelphia Eagles4120339456
NFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Chicago Bears (Z)1240427317
Green Bay Packers970460382
Minnesota Vikings970398350
Detroit Lions790432457
NFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Carolina Panthers (Y)1150391285
Atlanta Falcons970393392
New Orleans Saints880472436
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3130338440
NFC WESTWLTPFPA
Seattle Seahawks (Y)1240425306
Los Angeles Rams790395421
Arizona Cardinals 6100384435
San Francisco 49ers5110336428
AFC EASTWLTPFPA
Miami Dolphins (Y)970389438
New York Jets970378399
New England Patriots790368383
Buffalo Bills 6100330401
AFC NORTHWLTPFPA
Pittsburgh Steelers (Z)1330604300
Cincinnati Bengals (X)970407395
Baltimore Ravens880374382
Cleveland Browns4120310439
AFC SOUTHWLTPFPA
Tennessee Titans (Y)1150473413
Indianapolis Colts6100334481
Jacksonville Jaguars 6100406459
Houston Texans5110371450
AFC WESTWLTPFPA
Kansas City Chiefs (Y)1060482360
Denver Broncos (X)970428401
Oakland Raider6100309383
Los Angeles Chargers6100363419
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2017 STEELERS TEAM STATS

Team Rankings:

OFF Yards: 1st (464.4 YPG)
OFF Points: 1st (37.8 PPG)

DEF Yards: 7th (332.3 YPG)
DEF Points: 2nd (18.8 PPG)

SACKS: 4th (56)
INTS: T-5th (19)

Pittsburgh Steelers Stats - 2017
PassingC/ATTYDSAVGYDS/GLONGTDINTRAT
Ben Roethlisberger397/572 (69%)4,9858.7311.6884310116.6
Brian Hoyer47/63 (74%)5188.239.87342106.4
RushingATTYDSAVGLONG20+TDYDS/GFUM
Le'Veon Bell3061,6175.37916107.81
Fitzgerald Toussaint561612.911317.90
DeAngelo Williams571452.5339.70
Ben Roethlisberger16483.0813.06
Kenan McMillan8212.6801.31
Martavis Bryant6172.82101.10
Antonio Brown11111.000.70
Eli Rogers 133.0010.20
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTDLONG20+YDS/GYAC
Antonio Brown1061,57114.8138898.2700
Martavis Bryant671,02715.3128568.5457
Le'Veon Bell625448.802636.3480
Ladarius Green5464311.964240.2269
Eli Rogers5170613.848044.1295
Jesse James302779.242617.379
Sammie Coates2533013.256120.6248
Demarcus Ayers131088.32218.341
Kurt Bauman 1112211.102061.037
DeAngelo Williams7578.10183.840
Xavier Grimble 6569.30143.59
Roosevelt Nix2105.0170.64
BlockingPCAKESACK
Alejandro Villanueva5
David DeCastro3
Maurkice Pouncey3
Marcus Gilbert 2
Ramon Foster2
B.J. Finney1
Chris Hubbard 1
Jerald Hawkins0
TacklesSacksInterceptions
DefenseSOLOASTTOTSACKTLOSSPDINTTD
Ryan Shazier64651293.512631
Lawrence Timmons53551085.012120
William Gay49571061.08631
Mike Mitchell525310506420
Sean Davis4153940.561210
Bud Dupree43347712.016200
Artie Burns482977051230
Ross Cockrell3532721.071730
Cam Heyward2231555.57101
Stephon Tuitt2426507.010100
Anthony Chickillo2325484.07110
Angelo Roan2221435.03100
Vince Williams14132701100
Jimmy Belcher2062600010
Javon Hargrave138217.54000
Robert Golden8101801100
Lewis Seigler8101800200
Arthur Moats37100.51000
Harmon Gilberry61701000
Senquez Golson42600000
Justin Gilbert33600000
Rioll Gash4261.00000
Tyler Matakevich44801000
Field GoalsExtra Points
KickingFGMFGAPCTLONGXPMXPAPCTPTS
Chris Boswell313686%53627088%155
PuntingPUNTSYDSLONGAVGNETBPIN20TB
Jordan Berry482,26647.241.80164
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Team Awards:
Team MVP: QB Ben Roethlisberger
Joe Green Award: Angelo Roan


League Awards:

2017 NFL Awards
AwardPlayerPosTeam
Most Valuable PlayerRussell WilsonQBSeattle Seahawks
Coach of the YearJohn FoxChicago Bears (12-4)
Offensive Player of the YearBen RoethlisbergerQB Pittsburgh Steelers
Defensive Player of the YearKony EalyDTCarolina Panthers
Offensive Rookie of the YearBlake AnguloQBChicago Bears
Defensive Rookie of the YearMack HensonCBIndianapolis Colts
Best QuarterbackRussell WilsonQB Seattle Seahawks
Best Running BackEzekiel ElliotRBDallas Cowboys
Best Wide ReceiverAntonio BrownWR Pittsburgh Steelers
Best Offensive LinemanZack MartinOGDallas Cowboys
Best Defensive LinemanKony EalyDTCarolina Panthers
Best LinebackerLuke Kuechly MLBCarolina Panthers
Best Defensive BackJason McCourtyCBTennessee Titans
Best KickerChris BoswellK Pittsburgh Steelers
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RECAP:

The Steelers enter the postseason as the number seed in the AFC and while holding the best record in all of football. Offensively the Steelers were led by their big three. Roethlisberger turned in his best season of his great career tying his career high in completion percentage while throwing for career highs in yards and TDs. Many around the building feel that it is down right ridiculous that he did not win the MVP. Le'Veon Bell continued to be a threat on the ground and through the air. His 1,617 yards and 16 TDs were both second in the NFL this season. Antonio Brown makes 100+ catch seasons look routine as he posted his 5th straight season of doing so. His 106 receptions led the league while his 1,571 yards were second in the league. He was also 2nd in TDs. The Steeler air attack was far from a one man show. Martavis Bryant returned from his suspension with a bang as he posted his first 1,000 yard season of his career and was tied for third in the NFL in TD catches at 12. Ladarius Green and Jesse James was the most productive TE tandem in the league as they combined for 84 receptions for 920 yards and 10 TDs. Eli Rogers continued to show his savviness in the slot as he consistently moved the chains for the high powered offense. Sammie Coates contributed with big play ability finding the endzone 5 times on just 25 catches. As a whole the Steelers had 8 different receivers catch TDs this year. The offensive line created holes for All-Pro Le'Veon Bell and kept QB Ben Roethlisberger clean as they continued to show that they can rival the group in Dallas. The Defense was led by ILB Ryan Shazier who turned an all pro season. He was all over the place recording sacks, INTs, and TFLs. The Steelers got after QBs all year long and took advantage of mistake throws from QBs. If there is one area of concern is their propensity to blitz has led to some big plays. The Steelers will have to limit those if they wish to continue being a top defense in the postseason.
Dynasty: Steelers4190
Saturday, January 14, 2017
11:47 AM - January 14, 2017. Written by Toastandtoaster
Seahawks 27
Vikings 20

Key takeaways
1:Even though it's he first preseason game, I had thought our team played well enough to win. With the new playbooks, learning them will take time. So a not so short leash will be had. As far as playbook learning goes.

2:No idea why Marshawn Lynch racked up 42 carries in the first preseason game and it seemed like they had first team defense out there for most of the game as well. As I had run with 1st team for the 1st half, and 2nd for the 3rd quarter and 3rd string for the 4th. I thought we played well. A lot of tackles were missed in the second half and Seattle was driving the ball easily down the stretch against our depth players but for the most part everything went to plan and it was a great game outcome for us.

3:Position battles are shaping up nicely. No clear winners yet, and they only one to take a step back would be Ponder. He had multiple chances to drive down and score in the fourth, but just couldn't execute. He held the ball for far too long on quick reads and just wasn't really effective. But next week vs the Ravens he will get first team reps so that will show his true ability to challenge for the position.
Dynasty: Toastandtoaster
POS:Current/Competition

QB1:Teddy Bridgewater/Matt Cassel
QB2:M.Cassel/Christian Ponder
RB2:Matt Asiata/Jerick McKinnon
WR1/2:Greg Jennings/Jerome Simpson/Cordarrelle Patterson
RG1:Vladimir Ducasse/Brandon Fusco
CB2:Xavier Rhodes/Derek Cox
SS1:Andrew Sendejo/Jamarca Sanford

Primarily, the battles I'm watching are Both QB spots since I believe in having a good backup, the WR spots since I very rarely use 3 or more WRs so a 2 WR base needs to be the best ones, and the CB 2 spot. A classic veteran vs rookie battle.
Dynasty: Toastandtoaster