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 NAFL: Scores, Stats, News, Notes, and Schedules.

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PostSubject: NAFL: Scores, Stats, News, Notes, and Schedules.   Tue Oct 22, 2013 9:34 pm

Week 1:

Antlanta @ DC

Very boring game. If Atlanta can only muster 3 points against DC this will be a LONG season, their defense is pointless.

Los Angeles @ Las Vegas

Peyton Manning only had 170 yards passing. This is a good sign and proves Los Angeles can run too.

Vancouver @ Seattle

Trent Green threw for 9 of 25, 95 yards and 2 INTs for Seattle. Outside of that, this game was closer than the score shows.

Dallas @ Calgary

Dallas rallied with 17 unanswered points in the 2nd half. Tony Romo threw for 2 INTs during that run. Daunell Sullivan made big plays down the stretch.

Albuquerque @ Arizona

Albuquerque scored 10 of their points after Dallas took out the starters. Arizona led 27-3 with 13:06 left in the 3rd. Josh Freeman threw 3 INTs and was benched.

Kansas City @ Denver

Similar to Albuquerque, the Cowboys scored 10 of their points late in the 4th. Denver was truly dominant; Kaepernick threw 2INTs and no TDs, but Denver still haled a 30-6 lead. Tyler Neal had 3 rushing scores.

New York @ Cleveland

not much to say, RG3 made big plays when he needed to in the middle of the game. The New York defense performed well against the potent Cleveland passing game.

Milwaukee @ Salt Lake City

Alfred Morris had a 1 yard TD run with 36 seconds left. Conrad Damon had 255 yards passing but no TDs.

Detroit @ Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh really missed Ben Roethlisberger; 4 RedZone field goals and no other scores. Detoit scored 10 straight in the 4th to take the lead and never relinquished it. Matt Stafford had 3 TDs through the air.

St. Louis @ Miami

Wow. Julius Williams took over. St. Louis scored 16 straight but were not able to win, despite winning the turnover battle 4-0.

Cincinnati @ New Orleans

Not only is the Nightmare winning a surprise, they won convincingly. Unlike the Arches, New Orleans was able to take advantage of winning the turnover battle. Cincinnati had 4 RedZone turnovers.

Charlotte @ San Francisco

Rush--24 (OT)
This game went to OverTime. Charlotte scored 2 late TDs and then a firld goal as time expired in overtime. Charlotte had 448 yards on offense, 222 yards on the ground by Darren McFadden alone, on 48 carries. Charlotte was hyped as a passing team. If they continue this running attack, this will be a great team.

Chicago @ Minnesota

Minnesota had a strong balanced attack on offense as expected. Spain played fairly well in his 18th straight opening weekend, in a losing effort however.

Boston @ Oklahoma City

The Boston pass defense was godly as expected. Their offense will need to improve, 20 points against this OKC defense is at most o.k.

Montreal @ Philadelphia

Tom Brady was sacked 7 times. As previously said, of the line is good, their offense is good. This clearly didn't happen. Philly fans still shouldnt be proud of this win; only scoring one TD against this defense is mediocre.

San Antonio @ Memphis

Many thought this would be a high scoring game. However, it was expected to be closer. This Memphis defense may be actually decent. Adrian Peterson had 222 yards on the ground and 3 TDs to lead the Marauders to a convincing victory.


Passing (yards)
1.Russell Wilson-260 yards (Cincinnati)
2.Conrad Damon-255 yards (Milwaukee)
3.Shane Spain-245 yards (Chicago)
4.Grant Tanner-242 yards (Charlotte)
5.Aaron Rodgers-239 yards (San Antonio)

Passing (efficiency)
1.Damon Huard-113.4 rating [3TDs, 0 INTs, 57% competion] (Memphis)
2.Conrad Damon-107.9 rating [0TDs, 0INTs, 76% completion] (Milwaukee)
3.Matt Stafford-106.2 rating [3TDs, 1 INTs, 70% completion] (Detroit)
4.Matt Ryan-101.2 rating [2TDs, 1 INTs, 60% completion] (Minnesota)
5.Derek Anderson-92.2 rating [2TDs, 1 INTs, 64% completion] (Cleveland)

Rushing (yards/average)
1.Adrian Peterson-222 yards/4.7 avg (Memphis)
2.Darren McFadden-222 yards/4.6 avg (Charlotte)
3.Kwazi Mbutabe-164 yards/4.4 avg (Seattle)
4.Kelvin Diggs-148 yards/4.3 avg (Las Vegas)
5.Doug Martin-147 yards/5.0 avg (Calgary)

Receiving (yards/average)
1.Dwayne Bowe-123 yards/13.6 avg (Chicago)
2.Isaac Bruce-114 yards/19.0 avg (Atlanta)
3.Larry Fitzgerald-106 yards/26.0 avg (Minnesota)
4.Andre Johnson-101 yards/20.1 avg (Milwaukee)
5.DeSean Jackson-96 yards/24.0 avg (Denver)
5.Anquan Boldin-96 yards/16.0 avg (Cincinnati)

Defensive (tackles)
1.Stephen Cooper (ILB)-17 tackles (1 for loss) 1 fumble forced/recovered (San Antonio)
2.Bruno Battaglia (OLB)-16 tackles (Los Angeles)
3.Zach Thomas (ILB)-14 tackles (1 sack) (San Francisco)
4.Kieth Brooking (ILB)-12 tackles (Kansas City)
4.Joey Porter (OLB)-12 tackles (1 INT) (San Francisco)
4.Ryan Fowler (ILB)-12 tackles (1 sack, 2 big hits) (Montreal)


DC Eagles: Mike Williams (RT) Broken Finger (3 weeks)

Cincinnati Saints: Antwan Peek (LOLB) torn MCL (12 weeks)

Miami Sharks: Nate Burleson (WR and returner) torn quadricep (Season-ending)

Minnesota WarHawks: Marcedes Lewis (TE/WR) partially torn quadricep (4 weeks)


---Game Of The Week

Denver (1-0) @
Los Angeles (1-0)

Salt Lake City (1-0) @
Kansas City (0-1)

Memphis (1-0) @
Dallas (1-0)

Oklahoma City (0-1) @
Montreal (0-1)

Philadeplhia (1-0) @
New York (1-0)

DC (1-0) @
St. Louis (1-0)

Pittsburgh (0-1) @
Atlanta (0-1)

Boston (1-0) @
Cincinnati (0-1)

Cleveland (0-1) @
Detroit (1-0)

Minnesota (1-0) @
Milwaukee (0-1)

Calgary (0-1) @
Vancouver (1-0)

New Orleans (1-0) @
San Antonio (0-1)

Seattle (0-1) @
Chicago (0-1)

Las Vegas (0-1) @
Albuquerque (0-1)

Arizona (1-0) @
San Francisco (0-1)

Maimi (1-0) @
Charlotte (1-0)
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