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Old 01-05-2010, 02:09 PM   #1426
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INTs

1: Jay Cutler 26
2: Mark Sanchez 20
2: Matthew Stafford 20
3: Jake Delhomme 18
3: Josh Freeman 18
4: Matt Hasselbeck 17
5: Matt Cassel 16
5: Peyton Manning 16
6: Jason Campbell 15
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Old 01-05-2010, 02:19 PM   #1427
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Receiving Leaders:

23 players with 1000+ yards receiving. 8 players with 1200+ yards receiving. 6 players with 100+ receptions. 9 players with 10+ TD recpetions.

Receiving Yards:

1: Andre Johnson 1569 yards
2: Wes Welker 1348 yards
3: Miles Austin 1320 yards
4: Sidney Rice 1312 yards
5: Randy Moss 1264 yards
Reggie Wayne 1264 yards
7: Santonio Holmes 1248 yards
8: Steve Smith (NYG) 1220 yards
9: Hines Ward 1167 yards
Vincent Jackson 1167 yards
DeSean Jackson 1167 yards
12: Antonio Gates 1157 yards
13: Roddy White 1153 yards
14: Brandon Marshall 1120 yards
15: Greg Jennings 1113 yards
16: Dallas Clark 1106 yards
17: Larry Fitzgerald 1092 yards
18: Marques Colston 1074 yards
19: Donald Driver 1061 yards
20: Chad Ochocinco 1047 yards
21: Jason Witten 1030 yards
22: Derrick Mason 1028 yards
23: Anquan Boldin 1024 yards

Receptions:

1: Wes Welker 123 receptions
2: Steve Smith (NYG) 107 receptions
3: Brandon Marshall 101 receptions
Andre Johnson 101 receptions
5: Reggie Wayne 100 receptions
Dallas Clark 100 receptions
7: Larry Fitzgerald 97 receptions
8: Hines Ward 95 receptions
9: Jason Witten 94 receptions
10: Roddy White 85 receptions

Receiving TDs:

1: Randy Moss 13 TDs
Larry Fitzgerald 13 TDs
Vernon Davis 13 TDs
4: Visanthe Shiancoe 11 TDs
Roddy White 11 TDs
Miles Ausin 11 TDs
7: Brandon Marshall 10 TDs
Reggie Wayne 10 TDs
Dallas Clark 10 TDs
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Old 01-05-2010, 02:26 PM   #1428
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NFL Stats for the 2009 Season:

Passing Leaders:

10 QBs with over 4,000 yards and 4 with 30+ TDs passing

Passing Yards:

1: Matt Schaub 4770 yards
2: Peyton Manning 4500 yards
3: Tony Romo 4483 yards
4: Aaron Rodgers 4434 yards
5: Tom Brady 4398 yards
6: Drew Brees 4388 yards
7: Ben Roethlisberger 4328 yards
8: Philip Rivers 4254 yards
9: Brett Favre 4202 yards
10: Eli Manning 4021 yards

Passing TDs:

1: Drew Brees 34 TDs
2: Brett Favre 33 TDs
Peyton Manning 33 TDs
4: Aaron Rodgers 30 TDs
5: Matt Schaub 29 TDs
6: Tom Brady 28 TDs
Philip Rivers 28 TDs
8: Jay Cutler 27 TDs
Eli Manning 27 TDs
10: Kurt Warner 26 TDs
Tony Romo 26 TDs
Ben Roethlisberger 26 TDs
Where's Orton
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Old 01-05-2010, 02:29 PM   #1429
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Defensive Leaders:

13 players with 10+ sacks. 11 players with 6+ INTs.

Sacks:

1: Elvis Dumervil 17 sacks
2: Jared Allen 14.5 sacks
3: Dwight Freeney 13.5 sacks
LaMarr Woodley 13.5 sacks
5: Will Smith 13.0 sacks
6: Trent Cole 12.5 sacks
7: Andre Carter 11.0 sacks
DeMarcus Ware 11.0 sacks
Brian Orakpo 11.0 sacks
10: Julius Peppers 10.5 sacks
11: Aaron Schobel 10.0 sacks
James Harrison 10.0 sacks
Clay Matthews 10.0 sacks

INTs:

1: Charles Woodson 9 INTs
Darren Sharper 9 INTs
Asante Samuel 9 INTs
Jairus Byrd 9 INTs
5: Nick Collins 6 INTs
Jonathan Joseph 6 INTs
Darrelle Revis 6 INTs
Leon Hall 6 INTs
Brent Grimes 6 INTs
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie 6 INTs
Zack Bowman 6 INTs
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Old 01-05-2010, 02:29 PM   #1430
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Kyle Orton is 11th overall with 3802 passing yards.
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Kyle Orton is 11th overall with 3802 passing yards.
and #1 in Popps heart
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Old 01-05-2010, 04:00 PM   #1432
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JaMarcus missed team meeting, but not Vegas

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Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on January 5, 2010 4:56 PM ET

Jamarcus Russell and Richard Seymour were the only two Raiders to miss the team's year-end meeting Monday.

Since coach Tom Cable gave Russell a hall pass, saying he was excused for "personal reasons," we weren't even sure the news was postworthy. Now it is.

Going on a tip from a commenter, Oakland Tribune columnist Cam Inman dialed the Palms in Las Vegas to see if Russell was checked in. He was. (Tip to JaMarcus: Use the name "Ron Mexico" next time.)

Russell is free to do anything he wants in his free time. Maybe he even had a legitimate excuse to miss the meeting, then book it to Vegas.

But considering his disastrous season, not to mention his compensation, we'd think Russell would make damn sure he completed his obligations to his team and show up for the meeting like everyone else before hitting the slot machines.

We would say this should be the last straw for Russell in Oakland, but let's be real. The man covering for him Monday, Tom Cable, is a lot less likely to be a Raider in 2010.
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Please b****, where else would I go?
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Old 01-05-2010, 04:21 PM   #1434
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Old 01-06-2010, 12:27 PM   #1435
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The Broncos got their offseason going signing four players off their practice squad to “futures” contracts.
Linebacker Braxton Kelley, running back Lance Ball, tight end Marquez Branson, and guard Mitch Erickson were all signed. They can now participate in the team’s offseason programs, including the Broncos’ conditioning programs.
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Josh Cribbs has formally requested a trade from the Browns...

http://www.nfl.com/news/story?id=090...s&confirm=true

Holmgren must have rocks in his head. Seriously, offering your best player $1.4 mil a year? What are we paying Paxton?

I'd be giving him $3mil+, and we no longer have to worry about having a revolving door in the kick returning slot. Would a 3rd be enough to get him across?
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I love Cribbs and If Bowlen needs me too I'm willing to pitch in on getting him here.
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Mangini to return in Cleveland

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Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on January 7, 2010 3:10 PM ET

Eric Mangini's career as Browns coach will not end on a four game winning streak.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Mangini will return in 2010.

Holmgren was reportedly looking for a defensive coach, and he's keeping the one that is already in the building.

The full staff was told they will return. More on this story shortly.
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Old 01-07-2010, 12:24 PM   #1440
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Josh Cribbs has formally requested a trade from the Browns...

http://www.nfl.com/news/story?id=090...s&confirm=true

Holmgren must have rocks in his head. Seriously, offering your best player $1.4 mil a year? What are we paying Paxton?

I'd be giving him $3mil+, and we no longer have to worry about having a revolving door in the kick returning slot. Would a 3rd be enough to get him across?
Josh Cribbs deserves way more than that offer by the Browns....he is the heart and soul of that team.

He dominates one of the three units (special teams) and contributes quite a bit on offense.

Cribbs had 1994 return yards and 4 return TDs, he ran for 381 yards and a TD and caught 20 passes for 135 yards and another TD.

That's 2510 all purpose yards....and he is a stud tackling machine on special teams as a gunner. He runs the Wild Cat offense for the Browns....and lines up in the backfield and in the slot formation from time to time.
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Josh Cribbs deserves way more than that offer by the Browns....he is the heart and soul of that team.

He dominates one of the three units (special teams) and contributes quite a bit on offense.

Cribbs had 1994 return yards and 4 return TDs, he ran for 381 yards and a TD and caught 20 passes for 135 yards and another TD.

That's 2510 all purpose yards....and he is a stud tackling machine on special teams as a gunner. He runs the Wild Cat offense for the Browns....and lines up in the backfield and in the slot formation from time to time.
Trade Marshall for Cribs.

We get a ST threat, better than Hester, and a guy who can make a few catches. Even run WC if that is what they want to do.

Make this happen McD and I will start to believe there is hope.
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Randy Moss misses practice

this would be funny if they were without Moss and Welker with Brady having cracked ribs
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Trade Marshall for Cribs.

We get a ST threat, better than Hester, and a guy who can make a few catches. Even run WC if that is what they want to do.

Make this happen McD and I will start to believe there is hope.
I'd be all for Cribbs and Cleveland's 2nd for Marshall.
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Seattle Seahawks coach Jim Mora has been fired after one season, a source told ESPN.com's John Clayton.

Mora attended a meeting Friday morning with management, at which time he was told Seattle did not win enough games to save his job, the source said. The Seahawks finished 5-11.
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Seattle Seahawks coach Jim Mora has been fired after one season, a source told ESPN.com's John Clayton.

Mora attended a meeting Friday morning with management, at which time he was told Seattle did not win enough games to save his job, the source said. The Seahawks finished 5-11.
Now what? Coach XP? Or perhaps, coach Vista?
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Report: Boldin "virtually certain" to miss game

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...-to-miss-game/

Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on January 8, 2010 9:08 PM ET

When a player is listed as probable on the injury report, he's officially "virtually certain" to play that week.

Cardinals receiver Anquan Boldin is listed as questionable, but NFL Network's Jason LaCanfora reports Boldin is "virtually certain" not to play against the Packers.

Boldin has a sprained MCL and a high ankle sprain. The ankle is believed to be a bigger problem. ESPN called Boldin's chances for playing "very bleak" earlier Friday.

If Boldin is out, Steve Breaston will start. He's hasn't produced of late, but the Packers cornerback crew is thin after Charles Woodson.

Woodson (shoulder) was one of six Packers listed as probable. The other five: Brandon Chillar (back), Chad Clifton (knee), Korey Hall (elbow), Johnny Jolly (foot), Mike Montgomery (ankle), and Ryan Pickett (hamstring).

Packers safety Derrick Martin is doubtful with an ankle injury.

For the Cardinals, Boldin is joined by five teammates all listed as questionable. Calais Campbell (thumb), Deuce Lutui (back), Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (knee, toe), Antrel Rolle (thigh), and Brian St. Pierre (back) are officially 50-50, but they are all expected to play.

Adrian Wilson isn't buying DRC's injury, "He's got a little cut on his knee. It's not all it's cracked up to be. He thought he blew his knee out; he got a little cut."

Boldin's injuries, however, appear very real.
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Peyton Manning wins fourth MVP award

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Posted by Michael David Smith on January 9, 2010 9:02 AM ET

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning has won his record-setting fourth NFL Most Valuable Player award.

Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star reports that Manning finished first in MVP voting by the 50-member Associated Press panel that chooses the award.

Manning also won the award in 2003 (sharing it with Steve McNair), 2004, and 2008. Brett Favre is the only other player to win the award three times. Five players -- Jim Brown, Joe Montana, Johnny Unitas, Kurt Warner and Steve Young -- have won it twice.

Manning had a career-high 68.8 percent completion rate, with 4,500 passing yards and 33 touchdowns.
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I would have voted Peyton Manning for MVP as well....with Brett Favre a close second.
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Fisher in the mix for USC job

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Posted by Michael David Smith on January 9, 2010 11:50 AM ET

Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams said this week that Jeff Fisher would remain the team's head coach. But now that Pete Carroll appears set to vacate the job at Fisher's alma mater, USC, things could be changing.

We noted when Adams said Fisher would stay that Adams might actually be hoping someone comes along and offers to take Fisher away without Adams having to pay off the remainder of Fisher's contract. Could the Trojans be that "someone"?

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that USC athletic director Mike Garrett tried to hire Fisher before he hired Carroll in 2001, and that Garrett could turn to Fisher again now.

Schefter also reports that Adams might be receptive to letting Fisher go.

Fisher's children are grown, and he may be looking for new opportunities. The USC opening may be the right opportunity to make the league's longest-tenured head coach head elsewhere.
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Sources: Warner likely to retire
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