NFL Stats – Vikings Shop NFL http://vikingsshopnfl.com/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 07:43:01 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://vikingsshopnfl.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2.png NFL Stats – Vikings Shop NFL http://vikingsshopnfl.com/ 32 32 Buccaneers Vs Browns NFL Betting Trends, Stats & Week 12 Computer Predictions https://vikingsshopnfl.com/buccaneers-vs-browns-nfl-betting-trends-stats-week-12-computer-predictions/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 07:29:45 +0000 https://vikingsshopnfl.com/buccaneers-vs-browns-nfl-betting-trends-stats-week-12-computer-predictions/ The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-5) and the Cleveland Browns (3-7) will square off in a Week 12 game. The Buccaneers, listed at -3 on the spread, traveling to face the Browns, +135 to win, November 27, 2022 at 1 p.m. ET on FOX. The […]]]>









The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-5) and the Cleveland Browns (3-7) will square off in a Week 12 game. The Buccaneers, listed at -3 on the spread, traveling to face the Browns, +135 to win, November 27, 2022 at 1 p.m. ET on FOX. The contest point total is currently listed at 43.

The information in this article is based on odds valid as of November 22, 2022 at 1:50 a.m. ET. Check the table below for the latest odds on this contest and get up to $1,000 risk-free betting at BetMGM today!

Buccaneers vs. Browns Odds

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Ranking Team Stats

Buccaneers Browns
Stopped. Points per game (ranking) 18.3 (27) 24.0 (13)
Def. Points per game (ranking) 18.0 (6) 26.9 (29)
Stopped. Yards per game (rank) 5.1 (22) 5.7 (8)
Def. Yards per game (rank) 5.0 (7) 5.8 (23)
Authorized Turnover (Rank) 9 (2) 14 (22)
Forced Turnover (Rank) 10 (23) 8 (28)

Buccaneers Betting Overview

  • The Buccaneers have three wins in 10 ATS this year.
  • Tampa Bay has won the ATS once (1-3-1) as a 3-point or more favorite this year.
  • Two Buccaneers games (of 10) have exceeded the point total this year.
  • Only twice this season have the Buccaneers and their opponent combined for more than 43 points.
  • The total for this game is 43, 1.8 points shy of Tampa Bay’s average game total so far this season.

Browns Betting Overview

  • The Browns have covered five times in 10 games.
  • As a 3 or more point underdog, Cleveland has two ATS wins (2-2).
  • Of the Browns’ 10 games so far this year, seven have gone over the total.
  • Every Cleveland game has ended with more than 43 points this year.
  • The Browns’ average game total is 44.9 points, which is 1.9 more than the over/under in this game.

Buccaneers Players to Watch

  • Tom Brady threw for 2,805 yards (280.5 ypg) to lead Tampa Bay, completing 66% of his passes and throwing 12 touchdown passes to two interceptions this season.
  • Rachaad White has 222 rushing yards on 60 carries with a touchdown.
  • Julio Jones carried the ball three times for 17 yards (3.4 per game) while racking up 178 yards through the air, scoring twice.
  • Mike Evans’ team record 671 yards as a receiver had 49 catches (on 76 targets) with three touchdowns.
  • Chris Godwin has had 48 receptions totaling 475 yards, finding the end zone once as a receiver so far this campaign.
  • Cade Otton was the target of 35 passes and had 26 catches for 281 yards, an average of 31.2 yards per game. He has found the end zone once in the air this season.
  • Vita Vea has 6.5 sacks to lead the team, and also has 5.0 TFL and 24 tackles.
  • Devin White, Tampa Bay’s leading tackler, has 76 tackles, 6.0 TFL and 5.0 sacks this year.
  • Jamel Dean had two assists, a team record. He also has 41 tackles, 1.0 TFL and six assists defended to his name.

Browns players to watch

  • Jacoby Brissett has thrown for 2,398 yards (266.4 ypg) while completing 64.4% of his passes and collecting 11 touchdown passes with five interceptions this season. He also rushed for 211 yards with two touchdowns.
  • Nick Chubb rushed 174 times for 923 yards, with 11 touchdowns.
  • Kareem Hunt had 88 carries and totaled 346 yards with three touchdowns.
  • Amari Cooper paces his team with 698 yards on 50 receptions with seven touchdowns.
  • Donovan Peoples-Jones had 577 receiving yards (57.7 yards per game) and one touchdown on 40 receptions.
  • David Njoku’s 45 targets resulted in 36 grabs for 435 yards and a touchdown.
  • Myles Garrett leads the team with 8.5 sacks, and also has 6.0 TFL and 25 tackles.
  • Grant Delpit is the team’s top tackler this year. He had 61 tackles, 1.0 TFL and one interception.
  • AJ Green has a team-leading interception to go along with five tackles and a pass defense.

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Zach Wilson has a worrying stat for the Jets this season https://vikingsshopnfl.com/zach-wilson-has-a-worrying-stat-for-the-jets-this-season/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 23:34:54 +0000 https://vikingsshopnfl.com/zach-wilson-has-a-worrying-stat-for-the-jets-this-season/ The 2022 season is going well for the New York Jets, a team that hasn’t been a playoff contender in 11 seasons. However, while the Jets are 6-3 and look like playoff contenders, they also have some disturbing news. It comes from their starting quarterback, Zach Wilson. So what’s so concerning about their starting quarterback […]]]>

The 2022 season is going well for the New York Jets, a team that hasn’t been a playoff contender in 11 seasons.

However, while the Jets are 6-3 and look like playoff contenders, they also have some disturbing news.

It comes from their starting quarterback, Zach Wilson.

So what’s so concerning about their starting quarterback in 2022?

NFL Insider Tweets Inconvenient stats for Jets QB

When teams pressure Wilson, he’s the worst quarterback in the NFL.

NFL insider Dov Kleiman posted a tweet showing how much pressure the Jets quarterback is under.

He is dead last in QBR, completion percentage and touchdown to interception ratio when under pressure.

He also notes that the New England Patriots, who the Jets face on Sunday, are third in rushing percentage against quarterbacks.

With that information, it’s easy to see how Wilson will have a tough game against the Patriots.

However, it also shows how it’s the Jets’ defense that helps the team win games.

It also shows that if the Jets had a better quarterback under pressure, they could be better than their 6-3 record.

While this is just a guess, it’s something to consider when looking at the Jets’ overall performance this season.

But if Wilson is to change that worrying statistic, he needs to make better decisions when under pressure.

While it’s easy to say that, it can happen if the Jets put him through drills to improve those stats.

Until they do with the young quarterback, he will continue to make costly mistakes that could hurt their playoff chances.

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New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys Odds & Game Stats https://vikingsshopnfl.com/new-york-giants-vs-dallas-cowboys-odds-game-stats/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 23:10:39 +0000 https://vikingsshopnfl.com/new-york-giants-vs-dallas-cowboys-odds-game-stats/ The handicaps and odds (sports and entertainment) information found on SportsBettingDime.com is strictly for entertainment purposes. Additionally, the unique odds we produce in some news articles are also for amusement and are not available for wagering. We are not a bookmaker and do not take bets. We do not endorse illegal online gambling. Please check […]]]>

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What Joe Mixon’s career day means for the Bengals – Cincinnati Bengals Blog https://vikingsshopnfl.com/what-joe-mixons-career-day-means-for-the-bengals-cincinnati-bengals-blog/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 11:07:52 +0000 https://vikingsshopnfl.com/what-joe-mixons-career-day-means-for-the-bengals-cincinnati-bengals-blog/ CINCINNATI — Everything about the Cincinnati Bengals has come under scrutiny in the first eight weeks of the season topsy-turvy. Running back Joe Mixon topped the list. Less than 10 months after reaching his first Pro Bowl, Mixon was mired in an unproductive season. It featured a lack of big plays in the running game, […]]]>

CINCINNATI — Everything about the Cincinnati Bengals has come under scrutiny in the first eight weeks of the season topsy-turvy.

Running back Joe Mixon topped the list. Less than 10 months after reaching his first Pro Bowl, Mixon was mired in an unproductive season. It featured a lack of big plays in the running game, clear levels of underperformance, and even a meeting with the offensive line to make sure everyone was on the same page.

However, three quarters of happiness against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday changed the outlook. Mixon had a career-high 211 scrimmage yards and a franchise-record five touchdowns in a performance that could mean big things for an offense that needs to perform at a high level if the Bengals are to return to the playoffs.

“Some games the receivers are going to catch a lot of balls for a lot of yards, and other games where we run the ball and are detailed in the running game,” Bengals coach Zac Taylor said after the game. “I think those are things you have to have if you want to have the type of season that we want to have.”

Going into the 42-21 win over the Panthers, it was clear that Mixon was going to be heavily featured. The Bengals were able to get some good first-down wins, which allowed them to rely on the ground game.

Prior to Sunday, Mixon had struggled. In the first eight weeks, Mixon rushed for 54 yards below expectation, according to NFL Next Gen Stats, sixth-worst of all running backs. In Week 9 against the Panthers, he rushed for 74 yards above expectation.

Despite the slow start, Mixon remained optimistic things were about to change. And on Sunday, they finally did.

“I knew that at some point the dam would break, and it happened today,” he said after the game.

Speaking to reporters last month, Mixon drew parallels to his 2019 season, in which he had an even worse start to the year before finishing with 1,137 rushing yards.

As they did that season, the Bengals called fewer running plays that feature a wide zone scheme, which allows Mixon to choose which lanes to attack, and opted for more forward-oriented plays. gap, which tends to feature an offensive lineman shooting as Mixon attacks. a specific opening.

After Sunday’s game, Bengals center Ted Karras agreed the running patterns were more diverse and the varied approach was successful.

Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan said Cincinnati’s main philosophy has always been to include multiple looks.

“You can’t sit in a running program in the NFL and expect to be successful,” Callahan said. “In the end, you will be understood.”

It also helps that Mixon had a vintage performance.

“Joe finally ran with the demeanor and the passion and the energy and the things that he’s always done,” Callahan said. “It finally appeared [against Carolina] – broke tackles, ran hard, ran aggressively.”

The Bengals (5-4) will need Mixon to play at a high level with the stakes high after their bye week. Cincinnati has the second remaining strength in the league schedule, according to ESPN Analytics. Cincinnati is currently trailing the division-leading Baltimore Ravens, who have a much easier schedule, and are outside of a congested battle for an AFC wildcard spot.

But the offensive numbers are heading in the right direction. The Bengals are fifth in the NFL in points per practice and fourth in the league in touchdowns per practice, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

Cincinnati’s big day against the Panthers was the team’s second non-star game without injured receiver Ja’Marr Chase. And Mixon knows what that means if he can continue to play well during Chase’s return.

“When Chase comes back and we start to open up the offense even more, because the running game is going on and the passing is going on,” Mixon said, “I feel like it’s just going to get crazier.”

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2023 NFL Draft QB breakdown: Examining where Bryce Young, CJ Stroud and Will Levis will be taken https://vikingsshopnfl.com/2023-nfl-draft-qb-breakdown-examining-where-bryce-young-cj-stroud-and-will-levis-will-be-taken/ Mon, 07 Nov 2022 14:38:40 +0000 https://vikingsshopnfl.com/2023-nfl-draft-qb-breakdown-examining-where-bryce-young-cj-stroud-and-will-levis-will-be-taken/ The college football regular season is quickly coming to an end, and perceptions of top quarterback prospects are changing. In addition to providing insight into the trees that have been this weekend’s performances, CBSSports.com scans the forest in an attempt to provide some context on where these players could be drafted next April. CJ Stroud, […]]]>

The college football regular season is quickly coming to an end, and perceptions of top quarterback prospects are changing. In addition to providing insight into the trees that have been this weekend’s performances, CBSSports.com scans the forest in an attempt to provide some context on where these players could be drafted next April.

CJ Stroud, Ohio State

Statistics: (21-7 win at Northwestern): 10 of 26 passes completed, 76 yards; 6 carries, 79 yards

Ohio State was averaging 48.9 points per game heading into the Big Ten vs. Northwestern affair. Stroud and the Buckeyes struggled in the first half, with the junior quarterback missing high on several occasions. There were opportunities during the afternoon. Stroud placed a down pass perfectly into the hands of receiver Emeka Egbuka, but the game was not over. While completing just 38.4% of his passes, the California native was effective with his legs rushing for 79 yards on just six attempts. The Buckeyes continued their game streak scoring at least 20 points, but it was their lowest showing of the season tying Game 1 against Notre Dame.

Early in the process, the draft commentary is often overdone by looking at a prospect’s potential and ignoring the gaps. Compared to last year, when there was no clear candidate to be a first-round pick heading into college football season, the upcoming class has two players (Stroud and Young) who evaluators have been anticipating for a long time. a year; expectations were likely to get outrageous based on that alone.

Stroud is not a go-to quarterback prospect. The term itself may be overstated given the level of trust many, myself included, had in Trevor Lawrence and the struggles he showed early in his career. Stroud doesn’t quite have the ability to play off the cuff, as the struggles of Alabama’s Bryce Young and the Buckeyes’ NFL quarterback are well-documented. Stroud will certainly be a first-round selection when the dust settles, but some of the shine has worn off. Before his first season as a starter, someone close to the program told me he would be a Justin Fields-caliber prospect and the interpretation of that has gotten better in recent weeks with Fields’ play in Chicago.

Bryce Young, Alabama

Stats: (31-32 loss to No. 10): 25 of 51 passes completed, 328 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT; 4 carries, 10 yards

Young was doing full reads and gouging the Tigers early. After walking down the field, the pressure forced the quarterback into the pocket to find wide receiver JoJo Earle running through the middle with plenty of green grass in front of him. Unfortunately, Young wasn’t able to angle his hips towards the intended target and the remaining angles to complete a safe pass diminished. The pass was a bit behind Earle and the LSU defender capitalized with an interception that saved the score; an important moment considering the match was decided late with a two-point conversion.

LSU did a good job of getting the California native off the platform and into awkward environments, like what Texas did against Young, all night. He still didn’t make a lot of bad decisions but the pressure was often enough for the passes to go off target. Young has a skill set capable of transcending when the game breaks down. On the play below, Young could feel the pressure, moving into the pocket while keeping his eyes on the court and throwing in anticipation to an open Ja’Corey Brooks on the right boundary to take the lead with under five. minutes remaining in regulation time.

Teams want a quarterback who can get his team to get some late game scores even when the rest of the game may not have gone to plan and Young has some examples of that this season. Alabama isn’t brimming with NFL talent outside of running back Jahmyr Gibbs, and the team has already suffered two regular-season losses for only the second time since 2010.

Young is an outlier by physical standards; always has been and always will be. Will he be able to overcome this inconvenience or will it define his professional career? At some point, you have to choose a side of the fence and, for me, that’s the side where he’s a ball player who can overcome the limits. If it weren’t for the evolution of the modern NFL game, and quarterbacks being strictly told to back up and pass, then that would be an entirely different conversation. However, Young has a natural sense of the game and his ability to play when the pocket expires inspires confidence. According to TruMedia, Young hasn’t had a bye this season. Mississippi State’s Will Rogers has 14, which is the most in college football.

Young will be a polarizing prospect and he may not be for every team, but his prospects are still Top 10 overall.

Will Levis, Kentucky

Statistics: (21-17 victory at Missouri): 13 out of 19 passes completed, 170 yards, 3 TDs; 7 carries, -36 yards

Levis showed great composure against a miserly Missouri defense. He will occasionally work on his second reading but needs to complete his first reading more quickly. When the first reading is open, there isn’t a quarterback who rips off a prettier pitch than Levis. He has the arm strength to hit digs from the back of a play and recently told PFF he feels capable of throwing 80 yards down the field.

Injuries piled up over the season, but the Penn State transfer only missed one game and never used it as an excuse. Last year he showed his ability to get big yardage on the ground when the game would crash; that element of his game has basically been removed either out of necessity or by play call in 2022. He’s a smart player who has the support of his teammates.

The season hasn’t gone to plan for the Wildcats and Levis’ stats won’t stand up to college football’s best passers, but his stock will still be high in April. When talent evaluators have the chance to sit down with Levis, they come away impressed. When they see him throw, they’ll be captivated. NFL coaches are eternal optimists who believe they can make the most of any situation. “Just wait for this guy to play in our system.” The Connecticut native is an older prospect, but don’t expect him to be available beyond the middle of the first round.

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NFL Week 9 Referee Assignments – Betting Stats & Trends https://vikingsshopnfl.com/nfl-week-9-referee-assignments-betting-stats-trends/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 20:44:04 +0000 https://vikingsshopnfl.com/nfl-week-9-referee-assignments-betting-stats-trends/ NFL Week 8 is in the books and NFL Week 8 Referee Assignments, Betting Trends and Stats had another profitable week. We officially enter mid-season this week. Below are the NFL Week 9 referee assignments and betting stats and trends. Let’s go! 2021-2022 NFL Referee Statistics 2022-2023 NFL Referee Betting Stats & Trends Craig Wrolstad […]]]>

NFL Week 8 is in the books and NFL Week 8 Referee Assignments, Betting Trends and Stats had another profitable week. We officially enter mid-season this week. Below are the NFL Week 9 referee assignments and betting stats and trends. Let’s go!

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Craig Wrolstad

If it weren’t for Ron Torbert being the Under machine over the last 40 games, Craig Wrolstad isn’t too far behind the Under train. So far this season, Under is 6-1 in games officiated by Craig Wrolstad averaging just 35.3 points per game. In fact, home and road teams average less than 20 points per game in games officiated by Wrolstad. The NFL’s Week 9 referee assignment draws Wrolstad to Thursday Night Football games between the Philadelphia Eagles and Houston Texans.

Referees like: Eagles/Texans Under 45.5

Ron Torbert

If there was a $100 bill on the floor every week, would you bend over to pick it up? Well, that’s been the case with Ron Torbert officiating games if you blindly bet the Under this season. Last week, Torbert officiated the Sunday Night Football game between the Packers and the Bills which resulted in a lower total. In fact, Torbert is now a perfect 7-0 against unders this season and in his last 41 games unders are 31-9-1 (76.8%) . The NFL Week 9 Referee Assignment has Ron Torbert and his team tasked with officiating the game between the Miami Dolphins and Chicago Bears.

Referee likes: dolphins/bears under 46

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Clark Land

Land Clark returns from a ‘goodbye’ week for officiating in NFL Week 9. So far this season, teams on the road are having success in games coached by Clark. In fact, the teams on the road are 5-1-1 straight and 5-2 ATS. This week will be the ultimate test as Land Clark is assigned to referee the AFC East game between the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets.

The referee likes: Marbles -11.5

Martin clay

Although the worst team in the league (Houston Texans) was absent last week and hurt statistics and betting trends for home teams, Clay Martin is back on a mission this week. Not even Clay Martin was able to slow down the sheer DOMANENCE that Derrick Henry has over the Houston Texans. However, we are off to a good start with the home teams this week. So far this season, the home teams are 6-2, 5-3 ATS. The NFL Week 9 Referee assignment draws Clay Martin to referee the AFC game between the Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots.

Referee likes: Patriots -5.5

The referee likes since the start of the year: 16-13 (55.2%)

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Tracking Alabama Players in Week 8 Action https://vikingsshopnfl.com/tracking-alabama-players-in-week-8-action/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 14:00:32 +0000 https://vikingsshopnfl.com/tracking-alabama-players-in-week-8-action/ Alabama was again well represented in another week of pro football as several former Crimson Tide players contributed to National Football League teams. Eight former Alabama players scored touchdowns in Week 8 in quarterbacks Jalen Hurts (Eagles), Mac Jones (Patriots) and Tua Tagovailoa (Dolphins), running backs Kenyan Drake (Ravens) and Derrick Henry […]]]>


Alabama was again well represented in another week of pro football as several former Crimson Tide players contributed to National Football League teams.

Eight former Alabama players scored touchdowns in Week 8 in quarterbacks Jalen Hurts (Eagles), Mac Jones (Patriots) and Tua Tagovailoa (Dolphins), running backs Kenyan Drake (Ravens) and Derrick Henry (Titans) and wide receivers Amari Cooper (Browns), Jerry Jeudy (Broncos), Julio Jones (Buccaneers) and Jaylen Waddle (Dolphins). Hurts, Tagovailoa, Henry and Waddle scored multiple times, with Hurts throwing for a career-high four scores. For Jones, it marked the first touchdown of his tenure in Tampa Bay and the first since Jan. 9, 2022.

Along with scoring a few touchdowns, Henry rushed for 219 yards, marking the fourth game of his NFL career with at least 200 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns against the Houston Texans. That’s more than any other player in his entire career, regardless of his opponent. Henry played six such matches, twice as many as Jim Brown, Barry Sanders and LaDainian Tomlinson, who played three. His two scores on the ground gave him 75 for his career, which passed Eddie George (74) for the most in Titans. franchise history.

“God is good,” Henry said on the CBS show. “I’m blessed to play for this organization, the teammates I have, the sacrifices they make for me to be successful, the coaching staff who put me in positions to be successful. A child of Yulee dreaming of doing something special and being awesome, and Earl Campbell, Eddie George, watching them and seeing them as childhood highlights, it’s just a surreal moment. I’m just grateful.

“But that wasn’t all me. They were all my teammates over the years in this organization, and I’m just happy that we got the win today.


Hurts and Tagovailoa also had big games, becoming the first players since Dan Marino to accomplish their respective feats. Hurts’ four touchdowns were 25 yards or more. Since 1980, Marino has been the only player with more, throwing five against New England in 1994. He also set a new Eagles franchise record by earning his 10th consecutive start. Tagovailoa recorded his second game with over 350 passing yards and three touchdowns this season, and Marino is the only Dolphin with more in a year, doing so three times in 1984, 1986, 1988 and 1994.

Running back Mark Ingram (Saints) reportedly suffered a Grade 2 MCL sprain in Sunday’s win over the Raiders and is likely out 3-4 weeks, according to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport.

At the start of Week 5, only four teams currently do not have a former UA player on their 53-man rosters – Arizona Cardinals, Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers. NFL teams that did not play due to bye weeks included the Los Angeles Chiefs and Chargers.

Here, we break down how former Alabama players performed in Week 8 of the NFL season.

Baltimore Ravens 27, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 22

Baltimore Ravens (3)

5 Jalyn Armour-Davis, BC – inactive
17 Kenyan Drake, RB – 7 carries, 62 yards; 4 catches, 5 yards, 1 TD (5 yards)
44 Marlon Humphrey, BC – 1 PBU


Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1)

6 Julio Jones, WR – 2 catches, 21 yards, 1 TD (8 yards); 1 range, 0 meters


Denver Broncos 21, Jacksonville Jaguars 17

Denver Broncos (3)

22 Kareem Jackson, S – 8 tackles
10 Jerry Jeudy, WR – 6 catches, 63 yards, 1 TD (6 yards)
2 Pat Surtain II, CB – 5 tackles, 1 TFL


Jacksonville Jaguars (1)

75 Cam Robinson, OL – started at left tackle

Atlanta Falcons 37, Carolina Panthers 34 (OT)

Atlanta Falcons (1)

54 Rashaan Evans, ILB – 9 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack

Carolina Panthers (1)

56 Bradley Bozeman, C/G – started at center

Dallas Cowboys 49, Chicago Bears 29

Dallas Cowboys (1)

7 Trevon Diggs, CB – 8 tackles, 1 PBU

Chicago Bears (2)

4 Eddie Jackson, DB – 11 tackles, 1 INT (21 yards)
72 Alex Leatherwood, OL – did not play


Miami Dolphins 31, Detroit Lions 27

Miami Dolphins (3)

98 Raekwon Davis, TD – 3 tackles
1 Tua Tagovailoa, QB – 29-36 assists, 382 yards, 3 TDs (5, 29, 11 yards); 5 carries, 19 yards
17 Jaylen Waddle, WR – 8 catches, 106 yards, 2 touchdowns (5, 29 yards)


Detroit Lions (1)

98 Isaiah Buggs, DL – 2 tackles

Minnesota Vikings 34, Arizona Cardinals 26

Minnesota Vikings (2)

84 Irv Smith Jr., TE – 4 catches, 28 yards
94 Dalvin Tomlinson, DL – 3 tackles

New Orleans Saints 24, Las Vegas Raiders 0

New Orleans Saints (1)

22 Mark Ingram II, RB – 1 catch, 2 yards; left with a knee injury

Las Vegas Raiders (3)

29 Anthony Averett, DC – 8 tackles
67 Lester Cotton Sr., G – did not play
28 Josh Jacobs, RB – 10 carries, 43 yards; 2 catches, 11 yards

New England Patriots 22, New York Jets 17

New England Patriots (5)

90 Christian Barmore, DT – inactive (knee)
37 Damien Harris, RB – 11 carries, 37 yards; 2 catches, 15 yards
58 Anfernee Jennings, LB – active, no stats
10 Mac Jones, QB – 24-35 passes, 194 yards, 1 TD (5 yards), 1 INT; 7 carries, 19 yards
30 Mack Wilson Sr., OLB – 3 tackles


New York Jets (2)

57 CJ Mosley, LB – 13 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 PBU
95 Quinnen Williams, DL – 5 tackles, 1 sack, 1 TFL, 3 QB hits

Philadelphia Eagles 35, Pittsburgh Steelers 13

Philadelphia Eagles (4)

69 Landon Dickerson, G – started at left guard
1 Jalen Hurts, QB – 19-28 passes, 285 yards, 4 touchdowns (39, 27, 29, 34 yards); 2 races, 10 meters
28 Josh Jobe, BC – inactive
6 DeVonta Smith, WR – 5 catches, 23 yards


Pittsburgh Steelers (5)

54 Ryan Anderson, OLB – active; no statistics
39 Minkah Fitzpatrick, S – 6 tackles, 1 PBU
22 Najee Harris, RB – 8 carries, 32 yards; 6 catches, 26 yards; 1-1 pass, 4 yards
60 JC Hassenauer, C – reserve lineman
29 Levi Wallace, BC – inactive (shoulder)

Tennessee Titans 17, Houston Texans 10

Tennessee Titans (1)

22 Derrick Henry, RB – 32 carries, 219 yards, 2 touchdowns (29.1 yards); 1 catch, 9 yards



Houston Texans (2)

48 Christian Harris, LB – 7 tackles
83 OJ Howard, TE – 2 catches, 24 yards

Washington Commanders 17, Indianapolis Colts 16

Washington Commanders (4)

93 Jonathan Allen, DT – 8 tackles, 2 TFLs
94 Daron Payne, DT – 5 tackles, 1 sack, 1 TFL, 1 fumble recovery
8 Brian Robinson, RB – 8 carries, 20 yards
89 Cam Sims, WR – 1 catch, 21 yards

Indianapolis Colts (2)

38 Tony Brown, BC – active; no statistics
78 Ryan Kelly, C – started at center

San Francisco 49ers 31, Los Angeles Rams 14

Los Angeles Rams (2)

52 Terrell Lewis, LB – 1 tackle
94 A’Shawn Robinson, DT – 3 tackles, 1 TFL

Seattle Seahawks 27, New York Giants 13

Seattle Seahawks (1)

46 Carson Tinker, LS – started long snapper

New York Giants (3)

21 Landon Collins, S – active; no statistics
29 Xavier McKinney, S – 2 tackles, 1 sack
73 Evan Neal, T – inactive (knee)

Buffalo Bills 27, Green Bay Packers 17

Green Bay Packers (1)

90 Jarran Reed, DL – 3 tackles, 1 QB hit

Cleveland Browns 32, Cincinnati Bengals 13

Cleveland Browns (4)

2 Amari Cooper, WR – 5 catches, 131 yards, 1 TD (4 yards); 0-1 pass, 1 INT
*86 Miller Forristall, TE – active; no statistics
33 Ronnie Harrison Jr., S–active; no statistics
71 Jedrick Wills Jr., T – started at left tackle


Cincinnati Bengals (1)

73 Jonah Williams, OT – started at left tackle

Training squad (9): Deonte Brown (Panthers), Shyheim Carter (Titans), Miller Forristall (Browns), Robert Foster (Giants), Jared Mayden (Bills), Ross Pierschbacher (Lions), LaBryan Ray (Patriots), Saivion Smith (Lions), Deionte Thompson (Jaguars)

Reserve / Injured (3): Christopher Allen (Broncos), Da’Shawn Hand (Titans), Phidarian Mathis (Commanders)

Reserve / Non-Football Injury (2): John Metchie (Texans), Jameson Williams (Lions)

Reservation / Suspended by the commissioner (1): Calvin Ridley (Falcons)

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NFL stat fix highlights Micah Parsons dominant rip in Cowboys win over Lions https://vikingsshopnfl.com/nfl-stat-fix-highlights-micah-parsons-dominant-rip-in-cowboys-win-over-lions/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 02:42:26 +0000 https://vikingsshopnfl.com/nfl-stat-fix-highlights-micah-parsons-dominant-rip-in-cowboys-win-over-lions/ FRISCO — The NFL credited Micah Parsons with the sack he earned. Parsons forced Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff out of the pocket last Sunday and cut his left ankle during the fourth quarter, but the sack was mistakenly scored to defensive end Dorance Armstrong. A Cowboys spokesman said Wednesday the league office corrected the […]]]>

FRISCO — The NFL credited Micah Parsons with the sack he earned.

Parsons forced Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff out of the pocket last Sunday and cut his left ankle during the fourth quarter, but the sack was mistakenly scored to defensive end Dorance Armstrong. A Cowboys spokesman said Wednesday the league office corrected the ruling, meaning Parsons totaled two sacks instead of one in the 24-6 win.

The fix pushes Parsons to eight sacks this season, second in the NFL behind New England Patriots defensive end Matt Judson’s 8 1/2.

Parsons also recorded two sacks against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 1, the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 2 and the Los Angeles Rams in Week 5.

Clark enabled

It’s official.

Damone Clark is on the roster of 53 players.

The Cowboys linebacker and fifth-round rookie pick underwent spinal fusion surgery in March. Many teams thought he would miss the whole season, but he was activated from the non-football injury list on Wednesday.

Teammates and coaches have praised Clark’s ethics and resilience over the past few months.

Clark is well-positioned to make his special teams debut, but it’s still unclear when that opportunity will present itself. It’s a tough lineup to break through – linebackers Jabril Cox and Devin Harper were inactive last Sunday.

“The most important thing I knew was that I wouldn’t be out for a long time,” Clark said. “I knew there would be a time when I was going to step onto the pitch. I just stayed ready, stayed in my playbook, and stayed committed because, like I said, I knew the time was coming. I didn’t want my time to come here and I wasted the opportunity.

Clark has worked closely with Special Teams Coordinator John Fassel, demonstrating the initiative to learn all he can to be a primary contributor.

He played on special teams as an LSU rookie, but not since.

“It’s been a while,” Clark said. “Yes, there are a few wrinkles here and there, but we are football players. We have to adapt and adjust. In the end, it’s still football.

If anticipation for Clark’s debut hadn’t built enough already, Parsons told reporters he was trying to hit 21 miles per hour in practice this week after, he said, having been clocked at around 20.5 miles per hour last week.

“Damone is actually ahead of me, so it’s a competition right now,” Parsons said.

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Justin Fields’ development based on more than stats or wins https://vikingsshopnfl.com/justin-fields-development-based-on-more-than-stats-or-wins/ Sun, 23 Oct 2022 01:39:45 +0000 https://vikingsshopnfl.com/justin-fields-development-based-on-more-than-stats-or-wins/ All of the Bears Nation fuss and worry about why Justin Fields hasn’t become a winning point guard yet, and the thought that the team will let him down because they’re losing games this year is complete nonsense. . Really, it is beyond absurd. It reflects how little people have learned from generations of bad […]]]>

All of the Bears Nation fuss and worry about why Justin Fields hasn’t become a winning point guard yet, and the thought that the team will let him down because they’re losing games this year is complete nonsense. .

Really, it is beyond absurd. It reflects how little people have learned from generations of bad quarterbacks and coaches in Chicago. They should know better by now.

What offensive coordinator Luke Getsy had to say about Fields and his development had to do with both situations, one rather directly and the other indirectly.

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The debate between Patriots’ Mac Jones and Bailey Zappe isn’t as close as it seems https://vikingsshopnfl.com/the-debate-between-patriots-mac-jones-and-bailey-zappe-isnt-as-close-as-it-seems/ Thu, 20 Oct 2022 16:57:00 +0000 https://vikingsshopnfl.com/the-debate-between-patriots-mac-jones-and-bailey-zappe-isnt-as-close-as-it-seems/ The other area where the coaching staff have proven to be resourceful and smart is how often they use max protection with Zappe. The Patriots have used 7 or more blockers on nearly 14% of waivers over the past two weeks, compared to less than 4% with Jones at the helm, per PFF. And expanding […]]]>

The other area where the coaching staff have proven to be resourceful and smart is how often they use max protection with Zappe. The Patriots have used 7 or more blockers on nearly 14% of waivers over the past two weeks, compared to less than 4% with Jones at the helm, per PFF. And expanding defenses isn’t something that happens nearly as much under Zappe’s watch, either. The Pats used 5 blockers on 51.7% of passing plays for the rookie, while the number was 81.1% for Jones. So, it’s clear they’re careful about how much they expose Zappe, something they weren’t so worried about with Jones – although maybe they should have been. Amid play calls and generally poor offensive line work early in the season, the former Alabama star was pressured on nearly 18% of his pass attempts (compared to 10.5% for Zaps during his departures). Did that help create the ball safety issues that came up for Jones (5 interceptions and a fumble)? This argument could be made. As for Zappe, he only threw one interception, but he put the ball on the ground (3 fumbles) and struggled to finish Sunday’s game against the Browns.

Up 24-9 in the fourth quarter, Zappe took an unfortunate intentional ground penalty, which sent the Pats back 16 yards and led to a rare miss from Nick Folk. During New England’s next offensive series, with the score now 24-15, he took a second sack and then received a throw against him, which he caught for a loss of 6 yards. Only a missed punt restored momentum and secured a win, but in his two starts Zappe never found himself trailing. Jones, on the other hand, has made up a lot of ground in Weeks 1 and 3 against defenses that are significantly higher ranked in DVOA than those the Pats have faced in Zappe’s departures (the Lions and Browns). Detroit was ranked 32nd at the time the two teams were playing. Cleveland placed 31st.

“I think he’s doing a really good job for us and doing what we’re asking of him,” center David Andrews said after the Browns game when asked about Zappe.

It’s the second half of that phrase – “do what you’re told” – that has been repeated often by Pats players over the past few weeks. They respect the job that’s being done, but there’s another level this offense believes it can reach, and the belief in the locker room is that Jones is the guy who can get them there, maybe as early as Monday night. But until then, the debate will rage. After all, it’s Zappe Hour somewhere.

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