Sunday’s Best Performances – 11/7


  • 94 – Arizona RB La Rod Stephens-Howling kickoff return for TD vs. Minnesota (L).
  • 94 – Oakland WR Jacoby Ford kickoff return for TD vs. Chiefs (W).
  • 89 – Tampa Bay WR Michael Spurlock kickoff return for TD vs. Atlanta (L).
  • 74 – N.Y. Jets WR Braylon Edwards TD catch vs. Detroit (W).
  • 66 – Arizona S Kerry Rhodes interception return vs. Minnesota (L).
  • 66 – Carolina Richard Marshall interception return vs. New Orleans (L).
  • 65 – Dallas P Mat McBriar punt vs. Green Bay (L).
  • 63 – New Orleans P Thomas Morestead punt vs. Carolina (W).
  • 62 – Green Bay LB Clay Matthews (right) interception return for TD vs. Dallas (W).
  • 58 – Tampa Bay WR Mike Williams TD catch vs. Atlanta (L).
  • 58 – Philadelphia WR DeSean Jackson catch vs. Indianapolis (W).


  • 184 – Cleveland RB Peyton Hillis on 29 carries with 1 TD vs. New England (W).
  • 127 – Houston RB Arian Foster on 27 carries with 2 TDs vs. San Diego (L).
  • 107 – Atlanta RB Michael Turner on 24 carries, 2 TDs vs. Tampa Bay (W).


  • 137.2 – San Diego QB Philip Rivers 17 of 23 for 295 yards, 4 TDs, 1 INT vs. Hou. (W).
  • 131.5 – Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers 27 of 34 for 289 yards, 3 TDs vs. Dallas (W).
  • 129.6 – Baltimore QB Joe Flacco 20 of 27 for 266 yards, 2 TDs vs. Miami (W).
  • 125.8 – N.Y. Giants QB Eli Manning 21 of 32 for 290 yards, 3 TDs vs. Seattle (W).
  • 101.9 – Minnesota QB Brett Favre 36 of 47 for 446 yards, 2 TDs, 2 INTs vs. Arz. (W).
  • 101.6 – Cleveland QB Colt McCoy 14 of 19 for 174 yards vs. New England (W).


  • 126 – Minnesota WR Percy Harvin on 9 catches vs. Arizona (W).
  • 148 – Oakland WR Jacoby Ford on 6 catches vs. Chiefs (W).
  • 145 – Buffalo WR Steve Johnson on 11 catches vs. Chicago (L).
  • 113 – Detroit WR Nate Burleson on 7 catches vs. N.Y. Jets (L).
  • 128 – N.Y. Giants WR Hakeem Nicks on 6 catches with 1 TD vs. Seattle (W).
  • 123 – Green Bay WR James Jones on 8 catches with 1 TD vs. Dallas (W).
  • 114 – N.Y. Jets WR Santonio Holmes on 5 catches vs. Detroit (W).
  • 111 – San Diego WR Seyi Ajirotutu on 4 catches vs. Houston (W).
  • 109 – Philadelphia WR DeSean Jackson on 7 catches and 1 TD vs. Indianapolis (W).
  • 108 – Indianapolis TE Jacob Tamme on 11 catches and 1 TD vs. Philadelphia (L).
  • 107 – Arizona WR Larry Fitzgerald on 7 catches vs. Minnesota (L).


  • 62 – Green Bay LB Clay Matthews INT return for TD vs. Dallas (W).
  • 30 – Arizona DB Michael Adams fumble return for TD vs. Minnesota (L).
  • 26 – Green Bay S Nick Collins fumble return for TD vs. Dallas (W).
  • 24 – New Orleans CB Jabari Greer interception return for TD vs. Carolina (W).
  • Minnesota DE Jared Allen 2.5 sacks vs. Arizona (W).
  • Philadelphia CB Asante Samuel 2 interceptions vs. Indianapolis (W).
  • Chiefs SS Eric Berry 2 sacks vs. Oakland (L).
  • Arizona LB Joey Porter 2 sacks vs. Minnesota (L).
  • Minnesota LB Cameron Wake 2 sacks vs. Baltimore (L).
  • Seattle OLB David Hawthorne 12 tackles vs. N.Y. Giants (L).


  • 94 – Oakland WR Jacoby Ford kickoff return for TD vs. Chiefs (W).
  • 89 – Tampa Bay WR Michael Spurlock kickoff return for TD vs. Atlanta (L).
  • Dallas NT Jay Ratliff blocked a 54-yard FG attempt vs. Green Bay (L).
  • Chicago DE Israel Idonije blocked a PAT kick vs. Buffalo (W).
  • Arizona CB Trumaine McBride 4 total tackles in the kicking game vs. Minnesota (L).

One Response to “Sunday’s Best Performances – 11/7”

  • November 8, 2010  - el cid says:

    Got an idea that makes my skin crawl:

    The Chiefs are a bad team, at least for 2010.

    Cassel – has to be prefect. Never fumble, passes right on the mark, never throw an inc., never throw to the wrong guy, cannot/is not allowed to throw down field.

    Bowe – cannot drop one, ONE pass. Rice, Irvin, and Taylor were allowed to drop a pass now and then (they did not but not the point). Bowe must be perfect.

    RBs – have to dominate the game no matter if the defense has 9 guys in the box. They must run and run for 6+ yrds for any chance at winning.

    Defense – plays a bend don’t break style and failed during most 4th qtrs. But we expect them to make that monster stop to win the game, EVERY GAME.

    Special teams – scored a TD in first game and we are waiting for a repeat game ever since.

    My point is the only way the Chiefs can win is be PERFECT in EVERY phase of the game and, then, only then do they have a chance to win. That is hard if not impossible. The Chiefs may win out this year and/or make the playoffs but more than likely, if they are not perfect in every phase, they will lose. Maybe even against Denver, a really bad team. Just stop the Chiefs running attack and score the winning field goal in the 4th qtr.

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