Thursday, September 23, 2010

NFL Week 2 Recap

Cardinals-7 Falcons-41
Cardinals Player of Week:Tim HIghtower- 11 Carries 115 Yards 1 TD
Falcons Player of Week: Jason Snelling-24 Carries 129 Yards 2 Rush TD 1 Pass TD
In this game the Falcons simply took advantage of the Cardinals bad defense and the fact that Arizona has an awful offense since losing Kurt Warner

Bengals-15 Ravens-10
Bengals Player of Week: Mike Nugent- 5/5 Field goals Had all team points, Long 46
Ravens Player of Week: Ray Lewis- 10 tackles 1 Sack 1 Tackle for loss
Both teams known for their stellar defense really lived up to their titles in this defensive oriented game

Chiefs- 16 Browns-14
Chiefs Player of Week: Brandon Flowers- 3 Tackles 1 Int 1 TD
Browns Player of Week:Josh Cribbs- 3 Receptions 74 Yards 1 TD
The Chiefs are out to a 2-0 victory over the mediocre Browns. Are they a contender or pretender?

Bears- 27 Cowboys-20
Bears Player of Week:Jay Cutler- 21 Completions 277 Yards 3 TD
Cowboys Player of Week: Miles Austin- 10 Receptions 142 Yards
Jay Cutler lead the Bears to 3 Offensive Touchdowns in a away victory making the Cowboys 0-2

Eagles- 35 Lions-32
Eagles Player of Week:Michael Vick- 21 Completions 284 Yards 2 TD
Lions Player of Week: Jahvid Best- 78 Rush Yards 154 Receiving Yards 3Total TD
Michael Vick leads the Eagles to Victory and wins the starting role but Jahvid Best shows signs of 2010 Rookie of Year with a huge effort in the game

Packers-34 Bills-7
Packers Player of Week: Aaron Rodgers- 19 completions 255 Yards 2 TD
Bills Player of Week: CJ Spiller- 174 Return Yards 23 Reception Yards
The Packers just ran the Bills off the field in another Aaron Rodgers MVP game

Steelers-19 Titans-11
Steelers Player of Week: James Harrison-11 Tackles 2 Sacks 1 INT
Titans Player of Week: Jason Babin- 8 Tackles 1 Sack
The Steelers continue to win without Big Ben with a big Defensive out coming

Dolphins 14- Vikings-10
Dolphins Player of Week: Jason Allen- 11 Tackles 2 INT
Vikings Player of Week: E.J. Henderson- 7 Tackles 1 Fumble Recovery
This time a different Allen (Jason) leads his team, the Dolphins to a victory making them 2-0 and the Vikings 0-2; who would have predicted that going into week 3?

Bucs-20 Panthers-7
Bucs Player of Week: Josh Freeman- 12 Completions 178 Yards 2 TD
Panthers Player of Week: Steve Smith- 3 Receptions 66 Yards 1 TD
The Bucs surprisingly beat the struggling Panthers as the Jimmy Clausen era begins in Carolina

Broncos-31 Seahawks-14
Broncos Player of Week: Kyle Orton- 25 Completions 307 Yards 2 TD
Seahawks Player of Week:Earl Thomas- 8 Tackles
The Broncos offense really shows they can score and dominate a game although it was against the Seahawks

Raiders-16 Rams-14
Raiders Player of Week: Darren McFadden- 30 Carries 145 Yards
Rams Player of Week: Mark Clayton- 2 Receptions 24 Yards 2 TD
Darren McFadden shows that he is living up to his draft pick with two huge games to start off the season

Jets- 28 Patriots- 14
Jets Player of Week: Mark Sanchez- 21 Completions 220 Yards 3 TD
Patriots Player of Week: Tom Brady- 2 Completions 246 Yards 2 TD
The Jets played television series worthy In a victory over division rival Pats

Chargers- 38 Jaguars-13
Chargers Players of Week: Phillip Rivers-22 Completions 334 Yards 3 TD
Jaguars Player of Week: Mike Sims-Walker- 10 Receptions 105 Yards 1 TD
The Charger bounce-back from an embarrassing loss as the Rivers to Gate Connection shines

Texans-30 Redskins- 27 (OT)
Texans Player of Week: Matt Schaub- 38 Completions 497 Yards 3 TD
Redskins Player of Week: Donavon McNabb 28 Completions 426 Yards 1 TD
Matt Schaub puts every fan and player at Fedex Field in shock after passing for half a thousand Yards

Colts-38 Giants 14
Colts Player of Week: Peyton Manning- 20 Completions 255 Yards 3 TD
Giants Player of Week: Mario Manningham-4 Receptions 75 Yards 1 TD
In Manning Bowl II, Peyton beats on little brother Eli to even up the series 1-1

Saints-25 49'ers-22
Saints Player of Week: Drew Brees- 28 Completions 254 Yards 2 TD
49'ers Player of Week: Frank Gore 20 Carries 112 Yards 1 TD
The Saints beat the 49'ers to spoil Jerry Rice's number being retired on Monday Night

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