Week 13 Results
(Cheeseburgers) 21-24 (Winti)
We start off the week with the biggest game of the week and argubly the biggest shock of the season as the reign of terror is now over and we have the Swiss to thank for it. Winti has bee flying under the radar largely fot this season but had put up some big wins early in the season in the UKML defeating BTG and Elnino. So it was no wonder why he took another name here but it was in emphatic fashion. Winti was able to run the rock really well with over 160 yard and kept the Giants to under 60 yards. However the big story here was the defence came up strong and the offence of the Giants which has been great this year crumbled with Young throwing 2 INTs and a defence unable to contain Wells and Benard. For Winti it is a shame his earlier losses might hurt him as he could be well in the playoff race but there is still a chance provided Cherries drops a few games. For Sam he won't be too worried as he looks to have secured a playoff spot with his recent form and could be a force to make the Superbowl.
(Bengalstillidie) 24-27 (Volki)
What a week it has been for Volki first the Germans won the World Cup now he continues his big run in his quest to get that playoff spot. Volki was able to grind out this win with Lacy having an impressive showing going for over 140 yards on the ground whilst the Packers defence got the advantage over Money bags who threw 2 INTs. The Browns also struggled to run the ball against Volkis hard stuffing run defence (never thought I would type that sentence) This result sets up both divisions nicely Volki and JA15 look set to contend to win the NFC North and it could go to either of them. Whilst Bengal will find himself and Pats battling out for a wildcard spot in the AFC it looks like both will come down to the last week and I'm really hoping Volki can get in and continue his good form as he looks like a Shoe-in for coach of the year at this stage.
(McManus) 35-41 (Bos)
A big AFC South game this week saw Bos come out on top, just. As is typical with the Jags games there was no defence here as both passing offences combined for over 700 yards passing and 5 TDs. But the real factor in this game was MJD and the Jags running game which were able to grind out 3 TDs and nearly 150 yards on the ground. It looked like McManus might pull out one here as his defence did well in the Redzone holding Bos to two short field goals but Andrew Lucks 2 INTs proved costly. This game is sure to have caused some changes in the AFC South as Bos has put himself in a good position to get a WC spot and McManus playoff chances have looked to past him by.
- Hearts of Saints Fans sunk today at news that MLB McCall is out for the remainder of the regular season after getting injured in their 48-21 win.
- Jake Locker and the Titans continued their ownage over Rhino and his Texans throwing 400 yards in a 34-10 win.
- RamsDan proved to be a passing machine finding 8 different targets and throwing 4 TDs in the process in a 38-14 win over the Panthers.
- Doug Martin continues to hunt down Shady's record with 176 yards and 4 TD's in their 52-24 win against the Seahawks.
- Speaking of Shady he was back to his Cheesey best with 300 yards!!! on 24 carries this time in the Eagles 28-14 win over the Bears.
- - The Cowboys defence made up for their offence this week only allowing 1/6 3rd down conversions against the Chiefs to help the team to a 31-21 win to keep Buncey somewhat alive in the playoff race.
- - The most underrated player in the Xpress Rizzo continued his decent form with a nice win against the Cards winning 35-14 thanks to Neil Stone who is truely meeting his potential finally.
Players Of The Week
AFC Offensive Player Of The Week – Sam Bradford, QB, Pats, 34/45 521 yards 6 TDs 1 INT
AFC Defensive Player Of The Week – Justin Houston, OLB, Ravens, 5 tackles, 3 Sacks
NFC Offensive Player Of The Week – NAME REDACTED HB, Eagles, RECORDS REDACTED, Player disqualified, Extreme cheesing
NFC Defensive Player Of The Week – Robert Quinn, DE, Rams, 7 tackles, 4 Sacks & 1 forced fumble.
1. Saints 11-1 (-)
2. Ravens 10-2 (-)
3. Titans 10-2 (+1)
4. Rams 10-2 (+1)
5. Giants 9-3 (-2)
6. Steelers 9-3 (-)
7. Redskins 9-3 (-)
8. Buccaneers 9-3 (-)
9. Bears 7-5 (-)
10. Broncos 7-5 (NEW)
3 games to watch this week
(Cherries, 7-5) @ (Evo, 10-2)
One of the games I'm looking forward to seeing the result of is this AFC clash. Cherries has returned recently and has been in some good form with some nice wins and looks set to book himself a playoff spot thanks to his quality offence and Von Millers awesomeness. For Evo as its been for the past 3 season its Jake Lockers dominance over the Xpress that has seen him through and got him his Superbowl win and apperances. I think this will be a real shootout between these two. Both coaches rivals will be watching this game with great interest as a loss for either side is sure to open things up for a playoff run. My thoughts are with Evo and how can you go against Jake Locker who has been in fine touch and looks set to be the MVP for another season.
(Mix Trimmer, 9-3) @ (Buncey, 7-5)
Another pivotal matchup is this one in the NFC both teams are fighting for an Wildcard spot here and a win here for Buncey would open things right up with Trimmer to have argubly the harder run in of the two coaches. Trimmer has been setting the league on light with Martin who has being a Machine with yardage and has made McCoy look like his bitch for most part. Buncey is led by an expensive defence with Watt, Spencer, Ware and Lee to name a few now its the time to show what they are worth if Buncey can continue his top defence which helped shut down the Chiefs last week he should be able to win this one. But I think its clear from what we have seen his choked against Phil and Sam and doesn't have the bottle and really needs a bottle of shampoo as some would say. Trimmer takes this one for me.
(Perrin, 10-2) @ (Ray, 7-5)
Last game of the week sees Perrin face off against Rayski which has every chance of being a playoff game this year. Rayski needs to be able to hold down Ray Rice who has been Perrin go to man this season but with that Pats defensive line its going to be tough. The good news for Ray is his offence has been clicking and been performing well and Perrin doesn't seem to be impressive as he was in his Superbowl winning season as Brown has gone quiet. However I think the Combo of Rice and the defence is going to be enough to win this one I think Perrin runs out winning this one 38-24 with Ray Rice to have over 180 yards.