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 North American Football League -week 2-

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PostSubject: Re: North American Football League -week 2-   Sun Oct 09, 2011 6:45 pm

Stat Book (as of week 1) (Top 5)

Passing (Rating)
1.Ben Foethlisbeger- St. Louis(137.5)
2.Matthew Stafford- Vancouver (119.3)
3.Peyton Manning-Escondido (117.1)
4.David Garrard-Philadelphia (115.4)
5.Carson Palmer-Tampa Bay (112.0)

Passing (Yards)
1.Peyton Manning-Escondido (317)
2.Tarvaris Jackson-Boston (308)
3.Phillip Rivers-Dallas (299)
4.Ben Roethlisberger-St. Louis (295)
5.Tony Romo- New York Knights (284)

Passing (completion percentage, min. 20 attempts)
1.Ben Roethlisberger-St. Louis (80%)
2.Carson Palmer-Tampa Bay (78%)
3.Chad Pennington-Bakersfield (74%)
4. Aaron Rodgers-Oklahoma (71%)
5. Ryan Fitzpatrick-San Francisco (70%)

Rushing (Yards)
1.Michael Vick-New Orleans (183)
2.Reggie Bush-Tampa Bay (162)
3.Arian Foster-Billings (157)
4.Maurice Jones-Drew – San Francisco (151)
5.Steven Jackson-Portland (Oregon) (130)

Rushing (TD’s, tiebreakers: yards)
1.Thomas Jones-Tacoma (2)
2.Michael Vick-New Orleans (1)
3.Arian Foster-Billings (1)
4.Maurice Jones-Drew – San Francisco (1)
5.Ronnie Brown-Philadelphia (1)

Rushing (AVG, min. 20 attempts)
1.Arian Foster-Billings (4.9 YPR)
2.Reggie Bush-Tampa Bay (4.6 YPR)
3. Frank Gore-Los Angeles (4.5 YPR)
4.Chris Johnson-Boston (4.4 YPR)
5.Steve Slaton-Portland (Maine) (4.3 YPR)

Receiving (receptions, tiebreaker: yards)
1.Vernon Davis-Idaho (11)
2.Roddy White-Philadelphia (10)
3.Kellen Winslow-Oklahoma (10)
4.Brent Celek-Dallas (10)
5.Wes Welker-Boston (9)

Receiving (yards)
1.Wes Welker-Boston (159)
2.Braylon Edwards-Dallas (158)
3.Dallas Clark-Escondido (120)
4.Miles Austin-St. Louis (119)
5.Roddy White-Philadelphia (115)

Receiving (AVG, min. 7 catches)
1.Braylon Edwards-Dallas (22.5 YPR)
2.Wes Welker-Boston (17.6 YPR)
3.Miles Austin-St. Louis (17.0 YPR)
4.Randy Moss-San Antonio (13.4 YPR)
5.Dallas Clark-Escondido (13.3 YPR)

Receiving (TD’s, tiebreaker: yards)
1.Roddy White-Philadelphia (3 TD’s)
2.Dallas Clark-Escondido (2 TD’s)
3.Miles Austin-St. Louis (2 TD’s)
4.DeSean Jackson-Billings (2 TD’s)
5.Dexter McCluster-St. Louis (2 TD’s)
(2 others with 2 receiving TD’s)

Blocking (Pancakes, tiebreaker: sacks allowed)
1.Winston Justice-Billings (9 pancakes, 2 sacks allowed)
2.Mark Tauscher-New York Knights (8 pancakes)
3. 4 have 7 pancakes, no sacks allowed)
4.Max Unger-New Orleans (7 pancakes, 1 sack allowed)
5.Stacy Andrews-Tampa Bay (7 pancakes, 2 sacks allowed)

Defensive (overall tackles, tiebreaker: tackles for loss)
1.James Harrison-Chicago (22)
2.Keith Bullock-Detroit (16)
3.Brian Urlacher-Los Angeles (16)
4.Barrett Ruud- Seattle (13)
5.Gary Brackett-Morgantown (13)
2 others have 13 tackles

Defensive (Sacks)
1.Elvis Dumervil-Philadelphia (4)
2.Aaron Currey-Boston (3)
13 tied with 2 sacks

Returns (yards)
1.Danny Woodhead-Morgantown (249)
2.Pierre Garcon-Portland (Maine) (231)
3.Johnnie Lee Higgins-New York Knights (220)
4.Percy Harvin-Seattle (205)
5.Maurice Jones-Drew-San Francisco (196)

Returns (TD’s)
1.Danny Woodhead-Morgantown (2)
2.Jerricho Cotchery-Vancouver (1)
3.Johnnie Lee Higgins-New York Knights (1)
4.Desean Jackson-Billings (1)
5.Percy Harvin-Seattle (1)

First Downs
1.Maurice Jones-Drew - San Francisco (27)
2.Michael Vick-New Orleans (24)
4 tied with 22

Points (kicking, tiebreaker: percentage)
1.Dan Carpenter-New York Warriors (16)
2.Jay Feely-New York Knights (16)
3.Sebastian Janikowski-Oklahoma (15)
4.Olindo Mare-Bakersfield (14)
5.Jason Hanson-Cleveland (13)


Passing Offense:
Escondido (317)
St. Louis (279)
Boston (278)
New York Knights (276)
Dallas Dynamo (272)

Rushing Offense:
New Orleans (245)
Philadelphia (165)
Tampa Bay (163)
San Francisco (162)
Billings (159)

1.Billings (41)
2.New York Knights (40)
3.Vancouver (37)
4.St. Louis (35)
5.Boston (35)

Defensive yards:
1.Oklahoma (165)
2.Tampa Bay (179)
3.Portland (Oregon) (190)
4.Philadelphia (197)
5.Boston (199)

Pass Defensive (yards):
1.Oklahoma (79)
2.Tampa Bay (96)
3.Philadelphia (100)
4.Morgantown (109)
5.D.C. (112)

Rush Defense (yards):
1.New York Knights (68)
2. Portland (Oregon) (70)
3.Boston (74)
4.Tampa Bay (83)
5.San Antonio (83)

1.Tampa Bay (7)
2.Richmond (7)
3.New York Warriors (6)
4.Oklahoma (5)
5.Boston (5)

1.Morgantown (9)
2.Dallas (3)
3.Escondido (3)
4.Detroit (3)
5.Portland (Oregon) (3)
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PostSubject: Re: North American Football League -week 2-   Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:09 pm

Hello and Welcome to the American Sports Channel Game Break.

This week the NAFL saw it's mixes of blowouts and tight, nail-biting games.

This weeks Game of the Week, voted by the fans, pinned the Escondido Scorpions and the San Francisco Gold

The Gold Rush striked first Rush with a 51 yard drive, after a nice return by Jones-Drew. Kyle Hall ran it for 2 yards, and the score.

The Scorpions easily matched them, driving 76 yards, capping it off with a 13 yard pass from Peyton Manning to Laverneous Coles.

The second and third quarters were the Maurice Jones'Drew show. He scored a toucchdown therough the air and on the ground to give the Gold Rush a 14 point lead.

A 38 yard Rob Bironas field goal with 5 seconds left in the quarter cut the Scorpions deficit to 11.

With three minutes left, The Scorpions got the ball on the 4 yard line. One 2:23 drive later, it was 6 points. After a 4 minute review, the 2-point conversion was deemed successful.

The onside kick was recovered by recovered by the Scorpions.

With 30 seconds, the Scorpions got the ball to the 49 yrd-line. 25 seconds later, they had the ball on the 2. Manning's pass was intercepted. However, an offsides gave the ball back to the Scorpions. Not taking another chance, they decide to kick the field goal. It was good. The two rivals entered the OT period with 21 points apiece.

The Scorpions drove the ball 80 yards on 5 plays and in 1:32 to win, 27-21.

That's it for this week's NAFL Game of the Week, we now return you to the World Ping-Pong Championship.
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PostSubject: Re: North American Football League -week 2-   Thu Oct 13, 2011 11:58 pm

Week 2:

Saturday Night Football:
Dallas- 21
Idaho- 6

---Rivalry Game---
Chicago- 20
Detroit- 23

---Rivalry Game---
Tacoma- 7
Vancouver- 23


Portland (ME)-20

Las Vegas-10

Portland-3 (5 more turnovers, 14 in 2 games)


---Rivalry Game---

---Rivalry Game---
Houston-24 (OT, Escondido wins both weeks 1-2 with 27 points and OT wins...)


---Rivalry Game---
New York-31 (OT)

San Antonio-24


St. Louis-7

San Fran-44
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PostSubject: Re: North American Football League -week 2-   Fri Oct 14, 2011 12:02 am

a little note of my stupity:
I forgot to turn on injuries, again.
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PostSubject: Re: North American Football League -week 2-   Fri Oct 14, 2011 4:32 pm

Who's Ben Foethlisberger? Razz


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