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2014 NFL Week 15 Game Recaps

Arizona Cardinals 11-3-0
St. Louis Rams 6-8-0

Game Recap: ST LOUIS-The Rams came off back-to-back shutouts which is rare for an NFL team. Now St. Louis was looking for a third victory over the Arizona Cardinals on the road.

The Rams scored first in the first quarter by getting a field goal. Arizona got both of their field goals in the second quarter.

Arizona got a field goal in the third quarter, but Drew Stanton also got injured as well. Arizona opted to bring in Ryan Lindley instead of rookie Logan Thomas which was certainly puzzling to say the least.

Stanton did not return to the game. Both teams did an excellent job on defense by rushing the quarterback, stopping the run, and playing coverage.

The biggest difference in this game was the leg of Chandler Catanzaro who kicked 4 field goals for the Arizona Cardinals. Arizona won 12 to 6 thanks to Catanzaro.

The one player that had a huge game on offense was left tackle Jared Veldheer. Veldheer did much better in his second meeting at St. Louis and he kept Robert Quinn from getting to the quarterback.

The 3-4 defensive line featuring Calias Campbell at 3-4 right end, Dan Williams at nose tackle, and Frostee Rucker at 3-4 left end made a huge difference for the Cardinals. Campbell had a huge game commanding double teams from the left tackle and left guard on the Rams after being injured earlier in the season. Frostee Rucker stepped up at 3-4 left end with 4 solo tackles and a forced fumble. Nose tackle Dan Williams a 2010 first round pick out of Tennessee dominated against Scott Wells in run blocking situations by using the 0 technique to clog the lanes and stop the run.

On the final play of the game, Shaun Hill threw a pick to Patrick Peterson. Cardinals are now 11-3. Rams are 6-8 and will be officially eliminated from the playoff hunt sometime by the end of week 15.

Pittsburgh Steelers 9-5-0
Atlanta Falcons 5-9-0

Game Recap: ATLANTA-Pittsburgh was 0-3 against NFC South teams in 2014. They needed to win against Atlanta to convince NFL Experts that they are the best in the AFC North.

Shaun Suisham kicked two field goals in the first quarter. Two solid drives by the Steelers gave them a 6 to 0 lead at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.

Matt Ryan threw a pick 6 to William Gay. That put the Steelers up 13 to 0. Gay got his third pick 6 after having interceptions at Heinz Field against the Indianapolis Colts and the Tennessee Titans.

Atlanta continued to humiliate themselves. Matt Ryan echoed audibles where he yelled Baltimore and Silver Flame like Peyton Manning when he yells Omaha. There was also an offensive pass interference call on the Falcons that set Atlanta back.

Matt Ryan threw a touchdown to Devin Hester hoping to limit the damage. Pittsburgh led 13 to 7 hoping to have another strong drive before halftime.

Pittsburgh’s drive began with a 13 yard reception by Martavius Bryant. If you exclude the spike, Ben Roethlisberger went 9 for 10 on the drive before setting up a 1 yard touchdown by Le’veon Bell. Antonio Brown caught a controversial catch on 3rd down and 10 before Bell took it to the end zone. Steelers led 20 to 7 at halftime.

Matt Bryant kicked two field goals to make it a 20 to 13 game after 3 quarters. Bell had another rushing touchdown despite only rushing for 47 yards on 20 carries. Roethlisberger threw for 360 passing yards playing turnover free ball, but had no touchdowns to show for it. Antonio Brown had 10 receptions for 123 receiving yards. Bell also had 5 receptions for 72 receiving yards. Pittsburgh can win with these 3 playmakers alone.

Steelers won 27 to 20 after Bell gave the Steelers a 27 to 13 lead. Pittsburgh now at 9-5 with two home games at Heinz Field. Atlanta needs to win out against New Orleans and Carolina if they expect to win the NFC South.

Washington Redskins 3-11-0
New York Giants 4-10-0

Game Recap: NEW YORK-All this game did was determine who finished in last place in the NFC East. The Giants won last time these teams met when they faced each other on CBS Thursday Night Football in week 4.

Kai Forbath got the Redskins a field goal before Eli Manning threw a touchdown. Giants led 7 to 3 after one quarter.

The biggest surprise was the neck injury that Colt McCoy received. Robert Griffin III came in as a backup and began the game 6 for 6 completing his first six passes for 75 passing yards, 1 passing touchdown, and no picks. Robert Griffin III played like a franchise quarterback with a greater appreciation for the game.

The Redskins defense did an awesome job keeping the Giants from scoring when you consider the plethora of injuries this defense has. Griffin went 3 for 9 for 65 passing yards following his game-changing touchdown which put the Redskins ahead 10 to 7. The Redskins got a field goal and took a 6 point lead.

After going 9 for 15 in the first half, Griffin went 9 for 12 in the second half. The downside with Griffin is that he fumbled the ball 3 times against the Giants.

Eli Manning finished the day with 250 passing yards and 3 passing touchdowns. Odell Beckham caught all 3 touchdowns from Eli. Beckham also had 12 receptions for 143 receiving yards in a meaningless game. Redskins fall to 3-11 and the Giants are now 4-10 thanks to a 24 to 13 victory over Washington.

Miami Dolphins 7-7-0
New England Patriots 11-3-0

Game Recap: NEW ENGLAND-A win this week would clinch the division for the New England Patriots. However if the Dolphins would win they hold the tie breaker if the happened to tie the Patriots in the overall win-loss record for the year. Jesse Lucas recaps this game.

Brady was held to no touchdowns until late in the second half. New England scored 24 points in the third quarter while keeping the Dolphins scoreless in the third quarter. That was the biggest difference in this contest. The real star of this game was the Patriots defense. After the Dolphins first drive the Patriots blocked a field goal attempt and ran the ball back for a touchdown.

Chandler Jones had seven total tackles in the game four of which were solo and 1.5 sacks. Patrick Chung led the Patriots defense with ten tackles and an interception. The Dolphins were only 19% on third down conversion while the Patriots were 62% on third. Tom Brady and Company finally stepped up and started performing in the second half and led the Patriots to a win.

Oakland Raiders 2-12-0
Kansas City Chiefs 8-6-0

Game Recap: KANSAS CITY-Oakland got their first victory of the season against the Kansas City Chiefs. Now the teams met for a rematch in Oakland.

Kansas City got their only score off a D’Anthony Thomas punt return which resulted in an 81 yard return and a touchdown on the play. Oakland had 5 penalties for 30 yards in the first half.

After 12 pass attempts it was pretty clear which quarterback showed up. Derek Carr began the game 5 for 12 with 32 passing yards. Alex Smith completed 8 of his first 12 pass attempts and had 127 passing yards.

Kansas City led 10 to 3 at halftime after gaining a 7 to 0 lead in the first quarter. Kansas City kept Oakland from scoring a touchdown for three quarters and scored 21 points in the third quarter to bury the Raiders 31 to 13.

Smith threw for 170 more passing yards, 2 passing touchdowns, and no picks. Smith finished the day 18 for 30 with 297 passing yards on the day in the Chiefs' victory over the Raiders.

Houston Texans 7-7-0
Indianapolis Colts 10-4-0

Game Recap: INDIANAPOLIS-This was the third week 15 game featuring a rematch of teams that played on Thursday Night Football in the regular season. The Colts could clinch the AFC South with a win today.

Andrew Luck threw a pick 6 to Kendrick Lewis. After the Texans free safety scored things went downhill for the Texans. Besides Lewis, the only other Texan to step up was J.J. Watt who destroyed right guard Hugh Thornton only to get to Andrew Luck for 2 sacks.

Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick began the game 3 for 6 with 30 passing yards before being carted off with a left leg injury. With Ryan Mallett on injured reserve, former Pitt Panther Tom Savage saw his NFL debut after being the third stringer for most of the season.

Luck redeemed himself and did an excellent job spreading the ball out. Five different targets stepped up for Luck. T.Y. Hilton had 4 receptions for 50 receiving yards. Hakeem Nicks had 2 receptions for 44 receiving yards and 1 receiving touchdown. Coby Fleener had 2 receptions for 32 receiving yards. Reggie Wayne had 4 receptions for 24 receiving yards, but he also lost a fumble. Dwayne Allen had 2 receptions for 16 receiving yards and 1 receiving touchdown.

Luck did a fantastic job getting the ball to his wide receivers and tight ends. While you wanted to see more from the backfield, Luck did enough to help the Colts capture the AFC South. Cornerback Vontae Davis picked off rookie Tom Savage to secure the Colts one home game in the 2015 NFL Playoffs.

Jacksonville Jaguars 2-12-0
Baltimore Ravens 9-5-0

Game Recap: BALTIMORE-The Ravens are fighting to win the AFC North. The Jaguars are just the opposite. They are completely out of the Playoff race. Jesse Lucas covered this game.

The Ravens defense really brought it’s A game this week. They got to Blake Bortles 8 times and almost held him to under 200 yards. Terrell Suggs had 2.5 sacks, Elvis Dumervil had 2 sacks, and Pernell McPhee had 1.5 sacks. Those 3 rushers combined for 6 of the Ravens 8 sacks.

The Jaguars also couldn’t break 100 yards rushing. Joe Flacco went 20 for 30 and only had 221 yard passing with 1 passing touchdown. The Ravens two backs totaled for 85 yards. It’s easy to see that if not for the stellar Ravens defense this game would’ve ended badly for Baltimore.

Green Bay Packers 10-4-0
Buffalo Bills 8-6-0

Game Recap: BUFFALO-Buffalo hosted Green Bay after a tough December loss to Denver. Leading up to Sundays game Olivia Munn mentioned her private now public sex life with Aaron Rodgers.

Aaron Rodgers like Peyton Manning last week had trouble scoring on this defense. The offensive line was giving Rodgers a ton of time in the pocket. Marcus Thigpen scored a touchdown on a punt return.

The difference was the play at kicker. Dan Carpenter had 4 field goals while Mason Crosby only had 2 field goals.

A safety by the Bills late in the game gave the Bills a 21 to 13 win over the Packers. Mario Williams hurried Rodgers constantly at the 4-3 right end position. Williams had 3 solo tackles, 1 assisted tackle, 4 total tackles, 1 sack, and 1 forced fumble.

Williams and this stout Bills defense go to 8-6. Next week Buffalo gets Oakland while Green Bay plays Tampa Bay the team we mention next.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-12-0
Carolina Panthers 5-8-1

Game Recap: CAROLINA-Cam Newton was out of this game after his car accident. Derek Anderson started in his place. Anderson started in week 1 against the Buccaneers when they played at Raymond James Stadium. Could Derek Anderson sweep the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?

Carolina got three Graham Gano field goals in the first half. The Josh McCown touchdown to Mike Evans in the first quarter was the biggest play in the first half.

Tampa Bay led 10 to 9 at halftime before Derek Anderson threw a touchdown pass to Jerio Cotchery. His touchdown put the Panthers up 16 to 10. Carolina took a 19 to 10 lead and won 19 to 10.

Carolina did an incredible job with their passing game. Tight end Greg Olsen had 10 receptions for 110 receiving yards. Kelvin Benjamin had 8 receptions for 104 receiving yards. Jerry Cotchery had 5 receptions for 47 receiving yards and 1 receiving touchdown.

Thanks to this critical victory the Carolina Panthers are in first place. A loss to the Green Bay Packers and the New Orleans Saints will secure the top pick for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Carolina is at 5-8-1 and will be in first place in the NFC South heading into Monday.

Cincinnati Bengals 9-4-1
Cleveland Browns 7-7-0

Game Recap: CLEVELAND-Johnny Manziel made his debut. Jesse Lucas recapped this game.

To say it was a rough day for Johnny Manziel would probably be the understatement of the year. He was sacked 3 times, threw 2 picks, and only had 93 total yards (80 passing and 13 rushing). The Bengals defense turned it on and kept the Browns out of the end zone all game long. On the other side of the ball it was a slow day for Giovani Bernard. 15 carries for 79 yards. He never made it into the end zone. The rookie Jeremy Hill on the other hand had 25 carries for 148 yards and 2 touchdowns. It looks like the Bengals have found a capable replacement for Bernard if need be. AJ Green led all the receivers with 49 yards on 5 receptions.

Minnesota Vikings 6-8-0
Detroit Lions 10-4-0

Game Recap: DETROIT-Last time the teams played Detroit invaded Minnesota and got a huge victory. What happened when these teams met at Ford Field?

Minnesota took a 14 to 0 lead. The Lions displayed incredible diversity scoring 16 unanswered points en route to a win. Matthew Stafford threw 1 touchdown and no picks as he deserved most of the credit for the Lions win. Detroit will win the NFC North if they can beat the Packers in Green Bay.

New York Jets 3-11-0
Tennessee Titans 2-12-0

Game Recap: TENNESSEE-Jesse Lucas would cover the final 3 late games leading up to the Sunday Night Football contest. This Jets and Titans contest would have some influence in the NFL Draft order. Besides that, there was not too much about this game that stood out.

This game had a stat that I found somewhat interesting. The Jets had six different players record a rush attempt. A little less interesting and a bit more sad is that the entire Jets team ran for a total of 114 yards. But that didn’t stop the Jets they managed to pull out another win this week against the Titans.

Eric Decker had 100 receiving yards, and he was the only person with over 25 receiving yards. So all around just not a great game by the Jets, but the Titans had just a little bit worse of a game. Whitehurst only completed 10 of 24 passes for 203 yards. Geno Smith only had 179 passing yards, but Smith threw 1 touchdown and no interceptions.

Neither Jake Locker or Charlie Whitehurst threw any touchdowns. Locker was sacked one time which resulted in a Jake Locker injury courtesy of Quentin Coples. Nate Washington and Delanie Walker both had right around 100 receiving yards, but besides that there wasn’t much to be proud of from the Titans side of the ball.

They did manage to sack Geno Smith 3 times but it wasn’t enough to change the outcome of this one. Jets win 16 to 11 after the Jets nearly came back to win off a trick play similar to the Music City Miracle on the final play of the game.

Denver Broncos 11-3-0
San Diego Chargers 8-6-0

Game Recap: SAN DIEGO-San Diego was the only team that could keep Denver from winning the AFC West. This was their last chance to keep Denver from winning this division.

Peyton Manning left the game due to illness but he did enough while he was playing to get the Broncos the win. Broncos saw Osweiler while Manning was out and let’s just say it wasn’t pretty.

Manning went 14 of 20 for 233 yards and a touchdown. C.J. Anderson had 89 rushing yard but never found the end zone, while Demaryius Thomas caught 6 passes for 123 receiving yards and a touchdown.

When you see San Diego’s stats it’s easy to see why they lost. Phillip Rivers was 24 of 41 for 232 yards. He had only 1 touchdown and 2 picks. The rushing game was practically nonexistent.

San Francisco 49ers 7-7-0
Seattle Seahawks 10-4-0

Game Recap: SEATTLE-For some reason Pete Carroll always has Jim Harbaugh’s number. It was this way when Carroll coached Harbaugh when USC faced Stanford before Carroll bolted for the NFL. Now Carroll continues to school the 49ers as the head coach of the Seattle Seahawks. After robbing him of a Super Bowl in 2014, he went to San Francisco to defeat the 49ers on Thanksgiving. Would Seattle take 3 in row against the 49ers?

Seattle’s defense is back and they completely owned this game against the rival 49ers. Kaepernick was sacked a grand total of 6 times and only threw for 141 yards, but that’s understandable since it’s so hard to throw the football while laying on your back. Carlos Hyde led the rushing attack with 55 yards and Kaepernick was second with 46 yards.

It’s not normal for Russell Wilson to get hit very much but that’s exactly what happened this week. The 49ers defense sacked Wilson 5 times. Marshawn Lynch ran for 91 yards and a touchdown.

The Seahawks defense had 4 different players with at least 5 tackles or more. Every single one of their linebackers got at least one sack on Kaepernick. Bruce Irvin, K.J. Wright, and Bobby Wagner all got to the quarterback. Defensive tackle Jordan Hill had 2 sacks. Defensive ends Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett both constantly pressured Kaepernick while getting by this offensive line. The Legion of Boom featuring cornerback Richard Sherman, strong safety Kam Chancellor, free safety Earl Thomas, and cornerback Tharold Simon all looked unstoppable in coverage keeping every receiver on the 49ers to under 100 receiving yards. The Seahawks make a huge statement with their defense that they are back and they are ready to dominate the NFC again.

Dallas Cowboys 10-4-0
Philadelphia Eagles 9-5-0

Game Recap: PHILADELPHIA-Dallas faced Philadelphia for the first time since Thanksgiving when the Eagles humiliated Dallas in Texas. Brian Thornsburg covered this game.

Chris Polk muffs the punt on the opening kickoff, allowing The Cowboys short field on their first drive of the game. Terrence Williams catches a six yard pass from Romo for a first down inside the Eagles ten yard line. Demarco Murray polishes off the drive with a nice run from the one yard line for the touchdown.

The Eagles then get the ball, and get a false start penalty a few plays later. LeSean McCoy runs for a gain of three yards, ultimately forcing the Eagles three and out. The Eagles have now allowed a muffed punt, a quick score, and a quick three and out. Not a good night so far for the Eagles.

Despite bad field position, Romo dug the Cowboys out of a hole, with a 21 yard pass to Witten on third and seven. Romo goes to Witten again on their next third down, connecting with him for a 17 yard gain this time. The Eagles got called for a illegal contact penalty late in the drive near the goal line, allowing for Dez Bryant to haul in a one yard pass for another Cowboys touchdown.

The Eagles troubes continue on their next possesion, when Mark Sanchez in viciously sacked on third down and 11 by Jeremy Mincey. Philadelphia is again forced three and out, having not converted one first down the entire first quarter of the game. Dallas is now up 14-0.

Cowboys march down the field once again, ending with a sweet pass from Romo to Bryant for a 26 yard touchdown. The Eagles were able to put Romo on his back during the drive, but a late penalty on Cary Williams for illegal contact, resulting in a five yard penalty and a automatic first down for the dominant Dallas offense.

Mark Sanchez breathed life into the Eagles offense with a 11 yard pass to Darren Sproles on third down and five. The drive continued with a long pass to Celek for a gain of 23 yards and the Eagles second first down of the game. Polk redemeed himself after the muffed punt at the beggining of the game, running it in for a score. The Cowboys now lead 21-7.

The Cowboys struggle to move the ball on their next drive, resulting in Romo getting swallowed up by Connor Barwin for the second time in the game on third and one. The Eagles defense really stepped up on this drive, only allowing one first down play by The Cowboys. The Eagles now need to strike quick before halftime to grab momentum back.

Sanchez comes up short on a crutial third down play, throwing a incomplete pass to the right. The Eagles are forced to settle for a field goal and now trail the Cowboys 21-10 late in the first half of the game.

The half ends with The Cowboys leading 21-10. Romo tried to march his team down the field before the half, but a illegal forward pass halted his progress just passed midfield. The Cowboys will get the ball first in the second half.

Romo gets sacked on the first drive of the second half, being forced to step up in the pocket and getting tripped up by his own teammate. The sack was eventually awarded to C. Thorton. Romo then goes for a long pass, but Terrence Williams is unable to come up with it and gets a holding penalty called on him. This is The Eagles chance to score and swing momentum their way.

Jeremy Maclin lights the field on fire in the second half, running down the sideline for a 72 yard gain, before being brought down at the one yard line. The ball came out at the goalline, but the refree ruled him down by contact. Polk ran it in one yard for the score on the next play. The Cowboys now lead 21-17 late in the third.

The Eagles force their first turnover of the game, when the Eagles nail Romo from behind, forcing the ball out of his hand on third and 19. A few plays later, Darren Sproles runs in for his first of the game, as the Eagles now lead 24-21.

The Cowboys recover from their turnover and respond with a two yard run by Demarco Murray into the endzone. The Cowboys retake the lead 28-24 over the Eagles with only one minute to go in the third quarter.

Wilcox picked off Mark Sanchez late in the third quarter. The Cowboys get the ball back on Philadelphia's 42 yard line. Romo connects with Dez Bryant a few play later for a 24 yard score. The Cowboys lead 35-24 in the fourth quarter.

The Eagles get back into the game with a 43 yard field goal by Parkey, to cut the Cowboys down to a eight point lead in the fourth quarter. Mark Sanchez got sacked at the beginning of the drive, but the Eagles were able to recover for the field goal.

Celek fumbles the ball for the Eagles after a 14 yard run. The intial call was that Celek was down by contact, but the call was reversed and The Cowboys got the ball on the Philadelphia 34 yard line. The Cowboys get called for offensive holding, ultimately forcing Dallas to settle for a field goal. The Cowboys now led 38-27.

Carter intercepts Sanchez with just under two minutes to go, to secure the game for the Cowboys. The Cowboys win 38-27 over the Philadelphia Eagles. The Cowboys now take first place in the NFC East and are looking good for the playoffs.

New Orleans Saints 6-8-0
Chicago Bears 5-9-0

Game Recap: CHICAGO-This game had very little playoff implications. Chicago is out of the playoff hunt, but the Bears would love to play spoiler and stop the Saints from getting back to the playoffs. Brian Thornsburg covered this game.

Jay Cutler throws a interception to Patrick Robinson on the very first drive of the game. Drew Brees then elects to pass it to Nick Toon, who fumbled the ball within ten yards of the goal line. The ball is recovered by Brock Vareen.

The Bears eventually get stopped on third down, and hand the ball over to the Saints. The Saints get backed up by a untimely fumble by Brees on second down, and are later forced to punt the ball back to the Bears. No one has been able to capitalize off of turnovers so far in this game.
The Saints score first after a pass interference penalty is called on the Bears, giving the Saint first and goal at the eight yard line. Brees hits Josh Hill for a eight yard pass into the endzone. The Ssaints now lead 7-0 over the struggling Bears.

The struggles continue for the Bears, as Cutler fails to convert another third down and is forced to punt once again. Cutler threw a long pass down the sideline intended for Alshon Jeffrey, but he was unable to come up with it.

The Saints run into some struggles of their own, as Brees is sacked for a nine yard loss by Willie Young on third down. The Saints decide to punt the back back to the trailing Bears, who seem to not have much luck moving the ball either.

The Bears have another horrible drive, forcing them to punt the ball once again. The Saints take advantage of two penalties by the bears and Brees connects with Marques Colston in the endzone for another Saints touchdown. The Saints now lead 14-0.

The half ends with the Saints up by 14 points. Brees is 18/20 for 226 and two touchdowns in the first half. Cutler had a horrible first half, going 6/14 for 56 yards and two interceptions. Matt Forte is ruling the running game so far, with 45 yards off of ten attempts. They might want to go to him more in the second half.

The Saints start out their opening drive of the second half, with a four yard run play by Mark Ingram. The Saints follow that play up with a 27 yard pass from Brees to Graham. The drive ends with a lob pass from Brees to hill for a seven yard touchdown. Saints lead 21-0 over the Bears.

Cutler gets sacked for fourth time on his opening drive of the second half for a loss of nine. Cutler then passes to Matt Forte for a 12 gain, but is unable to convert a first down. The Bears are forced to punt once again.

Brees gets things going for the Saints on their next drive, with a 26 yard pass to his favorite target, Jimmy Graham. Brees then connects with Toon for a gain of 17. The Saints march down the field but are stopped on third down, when Ingraham gets swallowed up at the line of scrimmage, forcing the Saints to go for a field goal. Saints now lead 24-0.

Matt Forte brings the Bears to life with a 19 yard run to start out their next drive. Cutler then connects with Josh Morgan on the next play for a quick gain of 21. The Bears are now starting their own march down the field early in the fourth.

Cutler finishes off the drive with a one yard pass to Wilson for the Bears first touchdown of the game. Cutler goes for the two point conversion and connects in the endzone to make it a 16 point game. The Saints now lead 24-8 in the fourth quarter.

The Bears get the ball back with five minutes to go in the game, but again struggle to move the ball. Cutler is sacked for the seventh time in the game and backed up six yards on third down. The Bears go for it on fourth down, but a long pass goes nowhere for Cutler.

Mark Ingram finds the endzone for the Saints with just over a minute to go in the football game. The Saints now lead 31-8 over the Bears. Ingram is now, 17 attempts for 59 yards and one touchdown tonight against the Bears.

Cutler puts together a great drive in the final minute of the game, capping it off with a seven yard pass to Jeffery. The Saints now lead 31-15 over the Bears. Despite the spark in the final minute of the game, the Bears were unimpressive throughout the entire night, never really getting into the game.

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