Sunday Best Performances 12/5

LONGEST PLAYS

  • 102 – Atlanta WR Eric Weems (right) kickoff return for TD vs. Tampa Bay (W).
  • 84 – Seattle RB Leon Washington kickoff return vs. Carolina (W).
  • 66 – San Francisco TE Vernon Davis TD catch vs. Green Bay (L).
  • 65 – Dallas P Mat McBriar punt vs. Indianapolis (W).
  • 64 – Tampa Bay P Robert Malone punt vs. Atlanta (L).
  • 62 – Arizona P Ben Graham punt vs. St. Louis (L).
  • 61 – Baltimore WR Anquan Boldin catch vs. Pittsburgh (L).
  • 61 – Green Bay WR Donald Driver TD catch vs. San Francisco (W).
  • 61 – Seattle P Jon Ryan punt vs. Carolina (W).
  • 61 – Oakland P Shane Lechler punt vs. San Diego (W).
  • 61 – Miami P Brandon Fields punt vs. Cleveland (L).
  • 61 – San Francisco P Andy Lee punt vs. Green Bay (L).

RUSHING (100+ Yards)

  • 186 – Jacksonville RB Maurice Jones-Drew on 31 carries vs. Tennessee (W).
  • 161 – Denver RB Knowshon Moreno on 23 carries vs. Chiefs (L).
  • 117 – New Orleans RB Chris Ivory on 15 carries, 2 TDs vs. Cincinnati (W).
  • 116 – Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles on 21 carries vs. Denver (W).
  • 107 – Minnesota RB Adrian Peterson on 16 carries, 3 TDs vs. Buffalo (W).
  • 103 – Tampa Bay RB LeGarrette Blount on 20 carries with 1 TD vs. Atlanta (L).
  • 103 – N.Y. Giants RB Brandon Jacobs on 8 carries, 2 TDs vs. Washington (W).
  • 102 – St. Louis RB Steven Jackson on 28 carries with 1 TD vs. Arizona (W).
  • 100 – Dallas RB Tashard Choice on 19 carries with 1 TD vs. Indianapolis (W).

PASSING (100 Passer Rating, 300+ yard)

  • 135.1 – Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers on 21 of 30 for 298 yards, 3 TDs vs. San Francisco (W).
  • 120.3 – New Orleans QB Drew Brees on 24 of 29 for 313 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT vs. Cincinnati (W).
  • 117.0 – Chicago QB Jay Cutler on 21 of 26 for 234 yards, 1 TD vs. Detroit (W).
  • 105.5 – Oakland QB Jason Campbell on 10 of 16 for 117 yards, 1 TD vs. San Diego (W).
  • 103.3 – Philadelphia QB Mike Vick on 22 of 33 for 302 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT vs. Houston (W).
  • 102.4 – Detroit QB Drew Stanton on 16 of 24 for 178 yards, 1 TD vs. Chicago (L).
  • 101.7 – Cincinnati QB Carson Palmer on 23 of 33 for 249 yards, 1 TD vs. New Orleans (L).
  • 99.0 – Houston QB Matt Schaub on 22 of 36 for 337 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT vs. Philadelphia (L).
  • 75.4 – Indianapolis QB Peyton Manning on 36 of 48 for 365 yards, 2 TDs, 4 INTs vs. Dallas (L).

RECEIVING (100+ Yards)

  • 200 – Indianapolis WR Reggie Wayne on 14 catches with 1 TD vs. Dallas (L).
  • 149 – Houston WR Andre Johnson on 6 catches vs. Philadelphia (L).
  • 126 – San Francisco TE Vernon Davis on 4 catches, 1 TD vs. Green Bay (L).
  • 122 – Green Bay WR Greg Jennings on 6 catches, 2 TDs vs. San Francisco (W).
  • 118 – Baltimore WR Anquan Boldin on 5 catches with 1 TD vs. Pittsburgh (L).
  • 106 – New Orleans WR Robert Meachem on 3 catches, 1 TD vs. Cincinnati (W).
  • 105 – Minnesota WR Sidney Rice on 5 catches, 2 TDs vs. Buffalo (W).
  • 104 – Chicago WR Earl Bennett on 7 catches vs. Detroit (W).
  • 100 – Cleveland TE Ben Watson on 10 catches, 1 TD vs. Miami (W).

DEFENSE

  • Dallas S Orlando Scandrick 40-yard INT return for TD vs. Indianapolis (W).
  • Buffalo CB Drayton Florence 40-yard INT return for TD vs. Minnesota (L).
  • Dallas LB Sean Lee 31-yard INT return for TD vs. Indianapolis (W).
  • Seattle LB Lofa Tatupu 26-yard INT return for TD vs. Carolina (W).
  • San Francisco LB Takeo Spikes 17 total tackles vs. Green Bay (L).
  • Chicago LB Brian Urlacher 17 total tackles vs. Detroit (W).
  • Detroit DE Cliff Avril 3 sacks vs. Chicago (L).

SPECIAL TEAMS

  • 102 – Atlanta WR Eric Weems kickoff return for TD vs. Tampa Bay (W).
  • Indianapolis WR Taj Smith 2-yard return for TD with blocked punt vs. Dallas (L).
  • St. Louis LB Chris Chamberlain 4 kicking game tackles vs. Arizona (W).

One Response to “Sunday Best Performances 12/5”

  • December 6, 2010  - johnfromfairfax says:

    Bob,

    I was saddened to hear of the death of “Dandy Don” Meredith. Hopefully you can share your thoughts on his passing. He was truly one of a kind as well as a tough son of a gun. Like many who grew up during the 70′s and 80′s I will always think of him whenever I think of Monday Night Football. Turn out the lights, the party’s over. RIP Dandy Don.




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