Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Andy Dalton - QB Bengals - Defeated the Raiders 34-10 - Dalton had an outstanding game Sunday as the Bengals crushed Oakland in Cincinnati. The Bengals, who benefitted from a very questionable/terrible call on a special teams fumble, still controlled the game from the opening drive as Andy threw for 210 yards and three TDs.
Jeremy Kerley - WR Jets - Lost to NE 49-19 - The Jets season has disintegrated into QB controversies and locker room drama. Kerley had a solid game though, catching seven balls for 86 yards, but did fumble once.
David Hawthorne - LB Saints - lost to 49ers 31-21 - Hawthorne had six tackles for NO in the loss.
Jerry Hughes - LB Colts - Defeated the Bills 20-13 - Jerry had three tackles in the win and continues to be a feel good story on the feel good team of the year.
Marcus Cannon - OT Patriots - Defeated the Bills 37-31. I didn't watch this game, so I'm not sure if Cannon played much, but Brady was 22-38 and was only sacked once. They also produced 117 yards on the ground.
Colin Jones - S Panthers- Beat the Eagles 30-22 - Jones had two tackles in the win over the dumpster fire that is the Iggles.
Jason Phillips - LB Panthers - Beat the Eagles 30-22 - Phillips had 1 tackle.
Clint Gresham - LS Seahawks - lost to the Dolphins 24-21- I can't figure out this Seahawks team at all.
Malcolm Williams - DB Patriots - Defeated the Jets 49-19 - Williams is no longer on the Pats roster - back to the practice squad maybe?
Tank Carder - LB Browns - beat Pittsburgh 20-14 - unfortunately, Tank made the wrong kind of news this week, as he was all over the blogs for some questionable tweets. He did record two tackles in the game, and apologized for his remarks online after OutSports forced the issue.
Daryl Washington - LB Cardinals - lost to the Rams 31-17 - Hawthorne had nine tackles and a sack in the loss, but at this point, unless he can play QB, it's not going to matter much.
Marshall Newhouse - OT Packers - lost to the Giants 38-10 - I looked up at this game from the airport restaurant and they were highlighting Marshall as he got owned by Osi on a strip sack of Aaron Rodgers. You don't generally want to see your o-linemen highlighted during a broadcast. Rodgers was sacked five times in the game, and the inconsistent line play has contributed to the Pack's struggles.
Posted by Melissa Triebwasser at Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Horned Frogs eager to pull off two upsets in a row - SBNation
TCU basking in win over Texas - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
TCU vs. Texas quotables - Burnt Orange Nation
Oklahoma vs. TCU preview - Yahoo! Sports
TCU's first season boosts Big 12 bowl credentials - Dallas Morning News
TCU's win in austin is big, but it's not a bigger win than the Rose Bowl - Big Mac Blog