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When pressured, Wilson was just 5-of-9 for 38 yards and had a 66.0 QB Rating. - Another day of elusiveness for Marshawn Lynch , as he forced seven missed tackles and picked up 56 of his 97 rushing yards after contact. - Despite running 25 pass routes,
The Bengals exploited their offensive line, the team's biggest weakness all season, and battered Flacco, at one point in the second quarter leaving him clutching his injured left knee. The Ravens couldn't return the favor, as their blitzes fell flat.
First, it's the group that brought pride back to an organization that had lost its way, one of the great turnarounds in recent NFL history. And second, it will be the team that kept alive the franchise's 20-year drought of playoff wins because it
Jermaine Kearse had a solid day, including some nice blocking in the run game. Michael Bowie started at right guard for the first time all season, played every snap, and graded in the green. Golden Tate had his second consecutive game grading in the
During last year's memorable debut as an SEC football program, Texas A&M introduced itself to its new neighbors by unleashing a relentless pass rush led by Damontre Moore. Moore, now an NFL rookie, collected a team-high 12.5 of the Aggies' 31 sacks
Michael Robinson replaced Derrick Coleman (hamstring) at fullback, playing 11 snaps. - Paul McQuistan was routinely beaten by a dominant Robert Quinn. - Sidney Rice played just 19 snaps before tearing his ACL and unfortunately ending his season. -
UW's Justin Wilcox: Nobody in our program feels good or is OK with what happened' at Arizona State Posted by Adam Jude Washington defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox after Tuesday's practice: (on Cal) You see a lot of deceptives.
Justin Tuck says don't blame NY Giants defensive line So who is to blame for the mysterious decline of Big Blue's once-great pass rush? The Giants will enter Monday night's game against the Vikings still searching for that answer. Friday, October 18,
The awards keep coming for Chiefs outside linebacker Justin Houston. On Thursday, the third-year pro was chosen AFC's defensive player of the month for the first time, after he racked up 19 tackles, 7 1/2 sacks, two fumble recoveries and one forced
Sheldon Richardson, however, studied agriculture at the University of Missouri...His analysis is slightly more simplistic: We're young, Richardson, a rookie defensive tackle, said after practice Thursday...Against the Buffalo Bills last Sunday, the