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Wednesday, October 8, 2014
08:39 PM - October 8, 2014. Written by majestic24
Oakland A's Franchise

Posting my new MLB 14 The Show Franchise here for fun. Restarted with the A's after my Dodger franchise.

I'm using PsychoBulk's sliders with OSFM Opening Day rosters and real-life injuries to begin the season.

Let's pick things up from the 3rd week of the season where the A's are leading the AL West at 10-3.

Complete standings below:
Please take note Houston Astros can't be put in the AL West standing since they are in last place right now at 4-9 and the table hasn't been updated for a while now. Can anyone do that for me? Thanks in advance.

MLB Standings - Updated: Apr 13, 2014
New York Yankees1037245
Tampa Bay Rays941.06644
Toronto Blue Jays674.05359
Baltimore Orioles574.54352
Boston Red Sox585.06566
Kansas City Royals936144
Minnesota Twins574.04557
Cleveland Indians584.55059
Detroit Tigers474.53848
Chicago White Sox495.54766
Oakland Athletics1035745
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim752.55253
Texas Rangers574.56667
Seattle Mariners574.54845
Tampa Bay Rays946644
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim755253
Toronto Blue Jays671.55359
Texas Rangers572.06667
Minnesota Twins572.04557
Seattle Mariners572.04845
Baltimore Orioles572.04352
Philadelphia Phillies1026535
Atlanta Braves753.07268
Washington Nationals753.08072
New York Mets575.05457
Miami Marlins496.54555
Chicago Cubs756150
Pittsburgh Pirates661.05154
St. Louis Cardinals661.04361
Cincinnati Reds483.04046
Milwaukee Brewers483.05975
Los Angeles Dodgers1038246
Arizona Diamondbacks962.06464
San Diego Padres663.56067
Colorado Rockies674.06262
San Francisco Giants3107.04258
Arizona Diamondbacks966464
Atlanta Braves757268
Washington Nationals758072
Pittsburgh Pirates661.05154
St. Louis Cardinals661.04361
San Diego Padres661.06067
Colorado Rockies671.56262
Dynasty: majestic24
Monday, October 6, 2014
11:30 PM - October 6, 2014. Written by pelletgun527
2014 NFL Awards
Most Valuable PlayerPeyton ManningQBBroncos (13-3)
Coach of the YearJay GrudenCoachRedskins (13-3)
Offensive Player of the YearPeyton ManningQBBroncos (13-3)
Offensive Player of the YearMatt Stafford QBLions (11-4-1)
Defensive Player of the YearVon MillerOLBBroncos (13-3)
Defensive Player of the YearStephen TullochMLBLions (11-4-1)
Offensive Rookie of the YearBlake BortlesQBJaguars (9-7)
Offensive Rookie of the YearMike EvansWRBuccaneers (5-11)
Defensive Rookie of the YearRyan ShazierOLBSteelers (6-9-1)
Defensive Rookie of the YearLamarcus JoynerSSRams (7-9)
Dynasty: pelletgun527
08:38 PM - October 6, 2014. Written by bayers3

1:00 PM EST - September 28th, 2014
Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis, IN

Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts
Sep 28, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Tennessee Titans (2-2, 2-1 Away)00000
Indianapolis Colts (3-1, 1-1 Home)00102131

Top Performers

Passing : A. Luck (IND) - 281YDS, TD
Rushing : T. Richardson (IND) - 23CAR, 110YDS, 2TD
Receiving : D. Allen (IND) - 8REC, 102YDS

INDIANAPOLIS - The Colts would face an AFC South foe for the second week in a row, but this time they would have the services of starting C Khaled Holmes. They would also avoid facing Jake Locker thanks to a shoulder injury, Brian Hoyer would get the nod for the Titans.

The entire first half of this game was filled with offensive miscues that helped both defenses look good. The Titans managed to stone Trent Richardson in the 1st quarter on a 4th & Goal attempt from the 2, and then Andrew Luck would throw a sloppy INT in the endzone just before half time.

It isn't clear what either coach said during the break, but whatever Chuck Pagano said worked really well. The Colts broke the deadlock with a 28 yard FG by Adam Vinatieri, but their relief was short lived. TY Hilton would have to leave the game after dislocating his wrist, leaving Reggie Wayne and Dwayne Allen to shoulder the receiving load.

Richardson would have a big day on the ground.

Richardson would sneak in from a yard out to make it 10-0, and then basically walk into the endzone in the 4th to make it 17-0. A TD pass to Da'Rick Rogers would basically put the game away at 24-0 with the way the Titans were playing. Hoyer had a horrible day and the Titans couldn't run the ball at any point. Shonn Greene would finish with 12 carries for 22 yards.

Rogers evades a sloppy tackle on his way to a score.

The final humiliation came with the Titans threatening to score, finally getting into the redzone. A bad pass to Kendall Wright would find the arms of Vontae Davis on the 7 yard line, and he would run it all the way back for a pick-six and the final score of 31-0.
Dynasty: bayers3
Sunday, October 5, 2014
11:53 PM - October 5, 2014. Written by rancer890

UTSA nab 4 recruits after a win against Marshall

SAN ANTONIO - The good news continues for the UTSA Roadrunners as 4 more recruits sign on the dotted line and have committed to the team for the 2014 season:

Joel Cooper (C) - 68 OVR
Cody Richardson (OT) - 67
James Hill (OT) - 66
Chad Green (OG) - 64

In a press release, UTSA announced that "we're excited to have 4 young men join our football program for the next 4 seasons. These youngsters are talented and want to make the UTSA Roadrunners a winner. All 4 of these players are offensive linemen, and it's essential in the current era of college football that we can protect the quarterback and bring depth to the offensive-line. We have accomplished both these goals and we can't wait for these 4 players to enroll before the 2014 season."

Joel Cooper Vitals:

Hometown: San Antonio, TX
Caliber: 2-star

OVR: 68 (+6)
Speed: 61
Agility: 66
Acceleration: 88
Pass Block: 78
Run Block: 71

Cody Richardson Vitals:

Hometown: Alamo, TX
Caliber: 2-star

OVR: 67 (+6)
Speed: 63
Agility: 62
Acceleration: 85
Pass Block: 74
Run Block: 74

James Hill Vitals:

Hometown: Fort Worth, TX
Caliber: 2-star

OVR: 66 (+5)
Speed: 61
Agility: 60
Acceleration: 85
Pass Block: 74
Run Block: 74

Chad Green Vitals:

Hometown: Batch Springs, TX
Caliber: 2-star

OVR: 64 (+3)
Speed: 51
Agility: 66
Acceleration: 81
Pass Block: 74
Run Block: 74

UTSA Roadrunners Recruiting - 2013
Marvin JonesWRHSKilgore, TX6'5"201
Joel CooperCHSSan Antonio, TX6'2"267
Cody RichardsonOTHSAlamo, TX6'4"318
James HillOTHSFort Worth, TX6'6"295
Chad GreenOGHSBalch Springs, TX6'2"293
Dynasty: rancer890
11:38 PM - October 5, 2014. Written by rancer890

Roadrunners use big First Quarter to defeat Marshall 27-17

OCT 5, 2013

HUNTINGTON, WV - The UTSA Roadrunners continue with their high-scoring attack to edge the Marshall Thundering Herd to win their second consecutive game in Conference-USA competition.

Turnovers were a big theme for both teams as both starting quarterbacks, UTSA's Tucker Carter, and Marshall's Rakeem Cato, had to endure 5 interceptions by the defensive units. Costly turnovers in both redzones prevented the score from being much higher, but credit to the defensive side of the ball for making the plays that the offense could not execute. However, UTSA were able to control the line of scrimmage unlike their opponents through RS Junior David Glasco, who had a 100+ yard on the ground this afternoon.

UTSA were relatively toothless after that huge 1st Quarter, but the defense made key stops, and the Roadrunners were able to utilize the best formation in football, the victory formation, to secure a win and move back to .500 at 3-3, while remaining perfect in Conference Play. Marshall fall to 2-3 in their Conference season and home opener.

Next Saturday, the Roadrunners come back to their friendly confines at the Alamodome against the Rice Owls (3-2, 1-1 C-USA).

Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners at Marshall Thundering Herd
Oct 5, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners (3-3 (2-0))2007027
Marshall Thundering Herd (2-3 (0-1))0710017
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense455443
Rushing Yards12857
Passing Yards327386
First Downs2322
Punt Return Yards130
Kick Return Yards060
Total Yards468503
3rd Down Converstion7-158-19
4th Down Conversion2-21-1
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals5-3-25-2-1
Posession Time21:2114:39
Scoring Summary
(UTSA) T. Carter 21 Yd pass to K. Jones (S. Ianno kick)70
(UTSA) T. Carter 3 Yd pass to D. Glasco (S. Ianno kick)140
(UTSA) E. Okotcha 13 Yd run (missed kick)200
(MRSH) K. Grooms 4 Yd run (J. Haig kick)207
(MRSH) R. Cato 9 Yd pass to K. Grooms (J. Haig kick)2014
(UTSA) N. Shaw 2 Yd run (S. Ianno kick)2714
(MRSH) J. Haig 31 Yd FG2717
Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
Tucker Carter25/3932723
David Glasco261144.30
Evans Okotcha2136.51
Nate Shaw122.01
Tucker Carter10-1-0.10
Earon Holmes610818.00
Kam Jones79613.71
Brandon Freeman24623.00
Kenny Harrison23115.50
Jeremiah Moehler4246.00
David Glasco4225.51
Marshall Thundering Herd
Rakeem Cato25/5938612
Kevin Grooms13362.71
Rakeem Cato4215.20
Tommy Shuler711816.80
Kevin Grooms811113.81
Demetrius Evans46315.70
Eric Frohnapfel24120.50
Jazz King12121.00
Shawney Kersey2199.50
Deontay McManus11313.00
Dynasty: rancer890
Friday, October 3, 2014
07:31 PM - October 3, 2014. Written by bayers3

1:00 PM EST - September 21st, 2014
EverBank Field - Jacksonville, FL

Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars
Sep 21, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Indianapolis Colts (2-1, 2-0 Away)7371027
Jacksonville Jaguars (0-3, 0-1 Home)03003

Top Performers

Passing : A. Luck (IND) - 324YDS, 2TD
Rushing : T. Richardson (IND) - 18CAR, 92YDS, TD
Receiving : D. Allen (IND) - 8REC, 115YDS

JACKSONVILLE - The rain started falling well before kickoff and it continued to come down hard when the final whistle blew. The wind was manageable for this game, but the field was a mess and would cause issues for the Colts passing game.

Andrew Luck was not lucky to start the game, taking a hard hit from Chris Clemons on his very first pass attempt. The hit would knock Luck out for a few plays, but that was basically the best Jacksonville's defensive line could muster during the downpour. Luck would give Indy a 7-0 lead with an 11 yard TD pass to Reggie Wayne.

The Jaguars would make things interesting to open the game with an interception on a long pass to Hilton, but the Colts would recover and completely dominate this game on both sides of the ball. Adam Vinatieri would make it 10-3 with a 34 yard FG to open the 2nd quarter, and Josh Scobee would answer back with a 45 yarder to break the shutout.

The Colts running game would help overcome the weather.

A Wayne TD in the 3rd and another Vinatieri FG in the 4th would give the Colts a 20-3 lead and the Jaguars basically folded. The Colts would eat up the clock and add a Trent Richardson TD run for good measure to end the game 27-3. Jacksonville would finish the game with less than 100 yards of total offense and a whopping 7 sacks allowed.
Dynasty: bayers3
04:05 PM - October 3, 2014. Written by Cubone_Jones
Manager Fevzi Sadik Hired at Gençlerbirliği S.K.

AP New York -- In the Turkish capital city of Ankara, changes are coming to their beloved football club as a foreign investor has purchased the club and hired manager Fevzi Sadik, at only 37 years of age, as it's club manager. Sadik asked that as the move has come mid-season, to not evaluate him on the team he was given from the former regime. He reassured fans that the team would fight tenaciously to secure a promising finish in the league table, but also assured media that a renewed focus on youth scouting and technical football would make the 2015 team unrecognizable to the one currently assembled.

Game: FIFA 15
Team: Gençlerbirliği S.K.
League: Turkish Süper Lig

Game Settings
Difficulty: World Class
Half Length: 10 minutes
Slides: Drunken Ferret's WC - Cubone's Variation (fluid)

House Rules
  • Turkish Foreign Player Rules Upheld - only 6 foreign players on field at any time/8 including bench
  • Foreign investor purchased from catelogue and spent on scouts only
  • First season will be simulated and summarized, giving time to establish winning roster, effectively the dynasty reporting will begin for the 2015 season
  • Essentially, I'm using this dynasty to learn how to really play the game well, and record some decent highlights along the way. Don't expect detailed write-ups or intensive statistics for each game. Just soak it all in and enjoy this for what it's worth.

Dynasty: Cubone_Jones
01:41 AM - October 3, 2014. Written by Jazon654

The New Orleans Saints are getting back to business this week with the start of training camp just days away. Owner Tom Benson says the team is "excited, eager, and hungry; exactly the way you want your team to be this time of year". With the loss of Darren Sproles and a stable of unproven running backs, the team looks to rely on the passing game more than ever. this isn't exactly bad news. The Saints have a very talented group of WR's including Marues Colston, Kenny Stills, and newly acquired rookie Brandon Cooks from Oregon state; not to mention All-Pro TE Jimmy Graham, who is redefining his position. and this is just the offense.
Defensively this team stacked up the secondary with the acquiring of Jairus Byrd to play alongside Kenny Vacccaro and rookie Vinnie Sunseri. The defensive line is loaded with talent, and a much improved linebacking core should help keep the team in close games.
All in all this team is ready to get on the field and start the season. another offseason is in the books and it's finally time for football again.
Dynasty: Jazon654
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
09:47 PM - October 1, 2014. Written by bayers3

BALTIMORE, MD - The Red Sox traveled to face the Orioles this week, their first series against them this year. The Orioles, sitting very close to .500, would be looking for a strong home stand to turn their season around and cool off the streaking Red Sox. With Chris Archer on the mound against Bud Norris, things would be in Boston's favor.

Thing started off very well for Baltimore, mainly because Boston's hitters just couldn't get anything to land for them. Delmon Young opened the scoring in the 2nd inning, thanks to Mookie Betts, when an easy line drive out caromed off Betts' glove and became an RBI double.

Xander Bogaerts pulled the Red Sox ahead 2-1 in the 3rd with a 2R-HR after Chris Owings went wild on the bases by stealing 2nd and 3rd. Both starters settled in and held the game 2-1 until the top of the 5th when Betts stole 3rd and made it easy for Owings. Owings would hit a 6-3 ground out that would easily score Betts for a 3-1 lead.

Betts has been very error prone on defense this season.

Norris left after the 5th, but Archer kept going and just mowed down Oriole hitters through the 8th. Archer only allowed two hits and a single walk on his way to 16K, the only run of the game coming on the Betts error. Leonys Bravo came in for the 9th and struck out the side with his 100mph heater for his 7th save and Boston's 21st win.

Boston Red Sox at Baltimore Orioles
May 2, 2016123456789RHE
Boston (21-10)0020100003101
Baltimore (15-14)010000000120
W: Archer (6-0) L: Norris (2-2) S: Bravo (7)
Dynasty: bayers3
07:53 PM - October 1, 2014. Written by EatableclownV

Wolverhampton Wanders
Match Difficulty: Professional

Half Length: 6 Minutes
Disabled first Summer transfer window.

George Tyler takes control of the Wolves before the upcoming 2014 season begins. As a new manager and to motivate the players to strive for greatness he declares that all positions were up for grabs prior to the 3 friendlies the team would play as a warm ups to their season. Which would kick off against Luton Town in the Capital One Cup on August 12th at home,4 days before their first league match against title hopeful Norwich City at home.

During the friendles Tyler took a back set to coach and allowed his assistants to manage the games (I simmed the games), while he watched on with a keen eye judging players on their individual performances in games and on the training pitch.

3 consecutive 2-1 losses in their friendly matches, against Mordovia Saransk, Hellas Verona and WS Wanders had a lot of the playing group lacking belief in the team. However the new manager was hardly worried, as everyone got a chance to play during these games and in newer roles and formations. So he could evaluate his squad before the games were being played for points. After a thorough evaluation of the players performance throughout the friendlies a side that he believed could achieve the boards Domestic Cup, goals of reaching the Round of 32, and the League Objective of finishing mid of the table. The initial squad report was released to the board recently and we managed to get a hold of the memo. He has chosen to exclude the players on loan from the depth chart as they will not come into the selection process before games until they return to the club.

Wolverhampton Depth Chart - 2014
GCarl Ikeme (70)Aaron McCarey (63)Jonathon Flatt (53)
RBMatt Doherty (64)Kevin Foley (65)
RCBRoger Johnson (71)Sam Ricketts (70)
LCBRichard Stearman (70)Danny Bath (68)
LBScott Golbourne (67)Ben O'Hanlan (45)
RMJames Henry (71)Kevin McDonald (69)
CDMMichael Jacobs (68)Ethan Ebanks-Landell (60)Jordi Ortega (53)
LMBakary Saka (74)Tommy Rowe (65)Lee Evans (60)
RWRajin van La Parra (67)David Edwards (66)
CFNouha Dicko (68)Leon Clarke (66)Liam McAlindon (59)
LWRazak Bourki (69)George Saville (61)
Dynasty: EatableclownV
06:12 PM - October 1, 2014. Written by BritPitbull
Matchup Preview *|* January 1,
Detroit Lions
(1-1, Away)
Carolina Panthers
(1-1, Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
554Total Yards295
422Total Offensive Yards249
219Passing Yards120
203Rushing Yards129
38Points Per Game24
3Passing TD2
2Rushing TD1
22First Downs13
6Red Zone Attempts4
5-0Red Zone TD-FG2-1
83Red Zone Percentage75
Defensive Stats Comparison
213Total Yards Allowed136
159Passing Yards Allowed85
54Rushing Yards Allowed51
21Points Allowed0
0Fumble Recoveries2
21Points Per Game0
3Red Zone Attempts1
3Red Zone TD-FG0-0
100Red Zone Percentage0
Injury Report

J Williams (LOLB - 69)
3 weeks

Cotchery (WR - 80)
1 week
Game Notes
Carolina are a very good team. They have a good QB in Newton who can and will scramble. Olsen is a good tight end but their RBs are poor and the WRs no better than average. The offensive line is also average. The left tackle (Chandler - 75) is probably the weak link.

Their defense is excellent. The D line is fantastic and the LBs very strong. The secondary is poor and aside from Cason (CB - 80) there is no-one of reasonable talent. The safeties are also very average.

The gameplan will be to drop off my LBs into coverage constantly and force the Panthers to run on me. I will use my RE, Ansah to pressure their O-line. On offense, I will run the ball less and target my 2nd and 3rd receivers on short passes whilst occasionally testing the weak safeties deep with Calvin. Screens are unlikely to work. Short passes against a weak secondary might.

Pre-game prep will be focused on Stafford, Tate and Ansah.
Dynasty: BritPitbull
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Washington Redskins at Minnesota Vikings
Nov 2, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Washington Redskins (2-7)307313
Minnesota Vikings (8-1)31701434
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense304450
Rushing Yards142222
Passing Yards162228
First Downs1218
Punt Return Yards718
Kick Return Yards3340
Total Yards344508
3rd Down Converstion5-14 (35%)8-15 (53%)
4th Down Conversion0-00-1 (0%)
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals3-1-1 (66%)6-3-1 (66%)
Posession Time27:2232:38
Scoring Summary
9:33(MIN) Blaie Walsh 36 Yard FG03
3:43(WAS) Kai Forbath 48 Yard FG33
11:42(MIN) Adrian Peterson 1 Yard TD Run310
8:29(MIN) Adrian Peterson 2 Yard TD Run317
2:35(MIN) Blair Walsh 57 Yard FG320
10:46(WAS) Robert Griffin III 10 Yard TD Pass to DeSean Jackson1020
12:55(WAS) Kai Forbath 18 Yard FG1320
6:26(MIN) Teddy Bridgewater 13 Yard TD Pass to Cordarrelle Patterson1327
4:11(MIN) Teddy Bridgewater 42 Yard TD Pass to Cordarrelle Patterson1334
Washington Redskins
Robert Griffin III15/2618211
Alfred Morris18754.10
Robert Griffin III67011.60
Roy Helu, Jr.3-3-1.00
Andre Roberts410125.20
Pierre Garcon4379.20
Jordan Reed2178.50
DeSean Jackson11010.01
Alfred Morris393.00
Darrel Young188.00
Chris Chester10
Trent Williams10
Shawn Lauvao11
Tyler Polumbus02
Braxston Cave01
Akeem Jordan140.000
Ryan Kerrigan91.00p
Chris Baker50.000
Trent Murphy50.000
David Amerson30.000
Stephen Bowen30.000
DeAngelo Hall30.000
Duke Ihenacho30.000
Phillip Thomas30.000
Bashaud Breeland20.000
Barry Cofield20.000
Perry Riley, Jr.20.000
Trenton Robinson11.000
Kai Forbath2/21/1748
Tress Way723433.41
DeSean Jackson12020.00
Andre Roberts11313.00
DeSean Jackson273.50
Minnesota Vikings
Teddy Bridgewater19/3323821
Adrian Peterson241425.92
Jerick McKinnon55110.20
Matt Asiata5163.20
Teddy Bridgewater2136.50
Cordarrelle Patterson610016.62
Greg Jennings4358.70
Devin Hester23316.50
Kyle Rudolph4287.00
Jerick McKinnon12020.00
Adrian Peterson11616.00
Jarius Wright166.00
Brandon Fusco20
Charlie Johnson20
Phil Loadholt21
Audie Cole90.010
Captain Munnerlyn60.00p
Brian Robison42.000
Chad Greenway41.000
Anthony Barr40.000
Josh Robinson40.000
Linval Joseph31.000
Robert Blanton30.000
Harrison Smith30.000
Sharrif Floyd21.000
Shaun Prater21.000
Everson Griffen20.000
Gerald Hodges20.000
Xavier Rhodes20.000
Blair Walsh2/24/41057
Jeff Locke413032.51
Devin Hester12929.00
Cordarrelle Patterson11111.00
Marcus Sherels3186.00
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
Monday, September 29, 2014
08:33 PM - September 29, 2014. Written by bayers3

8:30PM ET - September 15th, 2014
Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis, IN

Philadelphia Eagles at Indianapolis Colts
Sep 15, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Philadelphia Eagles (2-0, 1-0 Away)070714
Indianapolis Colts (1-1, 0-1 Home)3301117

Top Performers

Passing : A. Luck (IND) - 227YDS, TD
Rushing : L.McCoy (PHI) - 18CAR, 91YDS, TD
Receiving : R.Wayne (IND) - 8REC, 100YDS

INDIANAPOLIS - After a huge win on the road in Week 1 the Colts would get an extra day to rest, and they would desperately need that extra day. Hosting the high flying Eagles at home for a Monday Night opener would not be easy without their starting center. Khaled Holmes suffered an abdominal tear in their season opener and would be out for at least two weeks.

The Colts defense struggled right from the opening drive, allowing the Eagles to run all over them and march right down to the goal. Luckily a defensive stop, tackling Riley Cooper on 3rd down to for a 4th & 2 would hold the Eagles to a field goal.

Andrew Luck managed to engineer a 13 play 79 yard drive, going 8/8, and find TY Hilton for a TD in the second quarter. Another FG by the Eagles, thanks to another stop inside the 20, would leave the teams 7-6 at the half. The Eagles offense, mainly Foles, were not particularly sharp in the first half. The running game worked very well, but once they got inside the 20 the Colts managed to shut them down.

Hilton's TD gave Indy the lead.

The second half featured some serious miscues by the Colts, and to some extend the officiating crew. The Colts offensive line just fell apart in the face of the Eagles blitzing, getting to Luck and stoning Richardson again and again. Long possessions by both sides ate up the 3rd and neither team could score.

The Colts managed to get inside the Philidelphia 20, but facing 4th & 5 they opted to go for it instead of taking the points and instantly regretted it. The offensive line folded under a blitz and Luck was sacked almost as soon as he had the ball. The Colts had another chance on offense, this time converting the 4th down, but a questionable INT gave the Eagles the ball back on the 36. SS Malcolm Jenkins stepped up and blocked off TY Hilton on a deep pass already in the air, and Cary Williams happily snatched it. The ref failed to call a blatant pass interference penalty, and the Eagles had a short field. The Colts defensive finally came up big and held the Eagles to a 30 yard FG.

Kelly's offense failed to find it's wings for most of the game.

With the 4th quarter about to hit the 2-minute warning the Eagles ran over the Colts with a LeSean McCoy TD run and a 2PT conversion to go up 17-7. Luck took the ball with a little over 2:00 on the clock and marched down the field with a 7 play 73 yard drive to punch it in from the 1 with Trent Richardson. Unfortunately the Eagles recovered the onside kick and the game was over.
Dynasty: bayers3
Minnesota Vikings Stats - 2014
Christian Ponder58/846688.0111.33861111.6
Teddy Bridgewater41/686629.7220.77652105.1
Matt Cassel49/774936.470.4312374.2
Matt Asiata1455884.1281473.50
Adrian Peterson673715.57527123.71
Jerick McKinnon613395.6331342.40
Teddy Bridgewater44611.5311015.31
Christian Ponder15362.423136.00
Jerome Felton122.02000.31
Matt Cassel7-2-0.3400-0.31
Jarius Wright2751719.1576--64.6192
Kyle Rudolph313029.7228--37.8112
Adam Thielen2227012.3138--38.688
Greg Jennings2225511.6230--31.966
Devin Hester1111810.7122--19.762
Cordarrelle Patterson611819.7142--39.320
Jerick McKinnon121169.7029--14.592
Adrian Peterson7486.9014--16.032
Charles Johnson23618.0031--4.511
Rhett Ellison3196.3114--2.49
Matt Asiata3134.305--1.65
Jerome Felton11212.0012--1.59
Phil Loadholt114
Brandon Fusco80
Matt Kalil61
John Sullivan51
Charlie Johnson10
Harrison Smith----590.02120
Robert Blanton----451.04010
Jasper Brinkley----381.01200
Chad Greenway----352.08100
Linval Joseph----346.013000
Josh Robinson----331.03120
Captain Munnerlyn----281.01130
Anthony Barr----212.07000
Shaun Prater----211.01200
Everson Griffen----194.06000
Audie Cole----182.04010
Sharrif Floyd----144.05000
Corey Wootton----126.06001
Andrew Sendejo----110.00100
Brian Robison----72.04000
Tom Johnson----63.03000
Scott Crichton----41.01000
Shamar Stephen----11.01000
Devin Hester2469228.81012------
Cordarrelle Patterson1228924.1410------
Marcus Sherels22613.02001717.11
Jarius Wright11414.0140------
Field GoalsExtra Points
Blair Walsh1717100%543232100%83
Jeff Locke351,4476341.333.80144

NFL League Leaders - Updated: Oct 28, 2014
1. Blake Bortles, Jax2,2391. Peyton Manning, Den17
2. Matt Ryan, Atl2,1972. E.J. Manuel, Buf17
3. Philip Rivers, SD2,1163. Andy Dalton, Cin16
4. Jay Cutler, Chi2,1054. Joe Flacco, Bal15
5. Robert Griffin III, Wsh2,0915. Colin Kaepernick, SF15
1. Peyton Manning, Den75%1. LeSean McCoy, Phi725
2. E.J. Manuel, Buf72%2. Marshawn Lynch, Sea643
3. Philip Rivers, SD71%3. Matt Asiata, Min588
4. Colin Kaepernick, SF71%4. C.J. Spiller, Buf562
5. Andrew Luck, Ind70%5. Alfred Morris, Wsh556
1. Eddie Lacy, GB101. Antonio Brown, Pit60
2. Chris Ivory, NYJ72. DeSean Jackson, Wsh59
3. LeSean McCoy, Phi73. Calvin Johnson, Det59
4. Adrian Peterson, Min74. Reggie Wayne, Ind58
5. 7 Tied55. Wes Welker, Den58
1. Calvin Johnson, Det8561. Dez Bryant, Dal9
2. Roddy White, Atl7162. Malcom Floyd, SD7
3. DeSean Jackson, Wsh6943. DeSean Jackson, Wsh7
4. Brandon Marshall, Chi6794. Calvin Johnson, Det7
5. Eric Decker, NYJ6585. Brandon Marshall, Chi7

NFL League Leaders - Updated: Oct 28, 2014
1. Stephen Tulloch, Det901. Jurrell Casey, Ten15
2. Wesley Woodyard, Ten792. J.J. Watt, Hou15
3. Terrell Suggs, Bal763. Linval Joseph, Min13
4. Paul Posluszny, Jax754. Terrell Suggs, Bal13
5. Luke Kuechly, Car745. Ndamukong Suh, Det12
1. Paul Kruger, Cle9.01. Patrick Willis, SF6
2. Robert Mathis, Ind9.02. Casey Hayward, GB5
3. Terrell Suggs, Bal9.03. Devin McCourty, NE5
4. Mario Williams, Buf8.04. Kiko Alonso, Buf4
5. J.J. Watt, Hou7.05. Tramaine Brock, SF4
1. Jerod Mayo, NE121. Robert Blanton, Min4
2. Brandon Flowers, SD102. Tamba Hali, KC3
3. Justin Gilbert, Cle103. Sean Lee, Dal3
4. Lardarius Webb, Bal104. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, GB2
5. Cary Williams, Phi105. Marcus Gilchrist, SD2
1. Shaun Prater, Min31. ----
2. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, GB22. ----
3. Sean Lee, Dal23. ----
4. Perry Riley, Jr., Wsh24. ----
5. Wesley Woodyard, Ten25. ----

NFL League Leaders - Updated: Oct 28, 2014
1. Jay Feely, Hou221. Connor Barth, Ari100%
2. Connor Barth, Ari192. Josh Brown, NYG100%
3. Phil Dawson, SF183. Caleb Sturgis, Mia100%
4. Blair Walsh, Min174. Blair Walsh, Min100%
5. Dan Carpenter, Buf165. Jay Feely, Hou95%
1. Jeff Locke, Min41.31. Jeff Locke, Min14
2. Jon Ryan, Sea39.22. Sam Koch, Bal8
3. Matt Bosher, Atl37.63. Ryan Quigley, NYJ8
4. Michael Koenen, TB37.44. Donnie Jones, Phi7
5. Sam Koch, Bal37.05. Brad Wing, Pit6
1. Devin Hester, Min6921. Denarius Moore, Oak31.0
2. Antoine Cason, Car5962. Brandin Cooks, NO29.9
3. Shaq Evans, NYJ5923. Darren Sproles, Phi29.6
4. Jacoby Jones, Bal5874. Devin Hester, Min28.8
5. Ace Sanders, Jax5475. Jacoby Jones, Bal28.0
1. Marcus Sherels, Min2901. Marcus Sherels, Min17.1
2. C.J. Spiller, Buf1812. Wes Welker, Den10.1
3. Mike Wallace, Mia1793. Giovani Bernard, Cin9.8
4. DeAndre Hopkins, Hou1734. Mike Wallace, Mia8.5
5. Eddie Royal, SD1725. Leon Washington, Ten7.6
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Minnesota Vikings at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Oct 26, 20141ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Minnesota Vikings (7-1)77141442
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-3)14031431
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense517505
Rushing Yards19091
Passing Yards327414
First Downs2219
Punt Return Yards190
Kick Return Yards13267
Total Yards668572
3rd Down Converstion7-10 (70%)4-10 (40%)
4th Down Conversion0-01-1 (100%)
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals6-5-0 (83%)5-4-1 (100%)
Posession Time31:3228:28
Scoring Summary
11:34(TAM) Josh McCown 9 Yard TD Pass to Brandon Myers07
5:56(MIN) Adrian Peterson 3 Yard TD Run77
2:30(TAM) Josh McCown 12 Yard TD Pass to Mike Evans714
12:56(MIN) Adrian Peterson 5 Yard TD Run1414
9:50(MIN) Adrian Peterson 3 Yard TD Run2114
5:39(TAM) Rob Bironas 37 Yard FG2117
5:26(MIN) Teddy Bridgewater 76 Yard TD Pass to Jarius Wright2817
12:26(MIN) Teddy Bridgewater 14 Yard TD Pass to Rhett Ellison3517
6:01(TAM) Josh McCown 8 Yard TD Pass to Russell Shepard 3524
1:58(MIN) Jerick McKinnon 4 Yard TD Run4224
0:04(TAM) Josh McCown 6 Yard TD Pass to Vincent Jackson4231
Minnesota Vikings
Teddy Bridgewater22/2934022
Adrian Peterson221064.83
Matt Asiata7486.80
Jerick McKinnon7365.11
Jarius Wright517034.01
Greg Jennings44812.00
Kyle Rudolph6345.60
Jerick McKinnon12525.00
Rhett Ellison22010.01
Adrian Peterson2168.00
Devin Hester11515.00
Jerome Felton11212.00
Phil Loadholt20
Brandon Fusco10
John Sullivan10
Adrian Peterson01
Audie Cole71.000
Captain Munnerlyn70.000
Brian Robison51.000
Harrison Smith50.010
Robert Blanton50.000
Chad Greenway50.000
Josh Robinson40.010
Linval Joseph40.000
Will Compton30.000
Everson Griffen21.000
Anthony Barr20.000
Andrew Sendejo20.000
Blair Walsh0/06/660
Jeff Locke312240.62
Devin Hester49122.70
Cordarrelle Patterson24120.50
Marcus Sherels2199.50
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Josh McCown32/4543342
Doug Martin17865.00
Josh McCown144.00
Bobby Rainey11.00
Mike Evans815018.71
Doug Martin56012.00
Vincent Jackson45914.71
Russell Shepard35819.31
Bobby Rainey4389.50
Louis Murphy, Jr.33210.60
Robert Herron2126.00
Brandon Myers199.01
Luke Stocker199.00
Mike James166.00
Logan Mankins10
Anthony Collins01
Bradley McDougald101.010
Dashon Goldson70.010
Lavonte David61.000
Mike Jenkins60.000
Major Wright50.000
Mason Foster40.000
Michael Johnson40.000
Larry English30.000
Clinton McDonald30.000
Jonathan Banks20.000
Jonathan Casillas20.000
Adrian Clayborn20.000
Brandon Dixon20.000
William Gholston20.000
Alterraun Verner20.000
Rob Bironas1/14/4737
Michael Koenen313645.31
Russell Shepard36722.30
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