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NFL Week 7 Post-Review(Part 3)

Part 3
NFL Week 7 Post-Review(Part 3)

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Seattle 26 - St. Louis 28(W)

It looks like that Superbowl hangover is in full effect now as the Seattle Seahawks have now lost 2 in a row and sit at just .500 on the season. This win for the Rams was a total team effort, it kind of reminded you of how Seattle was just a year or 2 ago. The Rams even got support from the special teams as they got a punt return and a fake punt that worked late in the game to seal the win.


Tennessee 17 - Washington 19(W)

Both teams are now 2-5-0 on the season and this game is a n indication as to why, Whitehurst threw for 2 TDs and Cousins/McCoy only threw for one combined. Both offenses are pretty bad, though an upside for Washington is the win and the fact RGIII should be returning sooner rather than later. Tennessee muffed a punt in the 3rd which pretty much sealed the win as Washington made a 27-yard FG at the start of the 4th to eventually end the match at 17-19 Washington.


Kansas City 23(W) - San Diego 20

With just 21 seconds left in the game, Cairo Santos hit his third field goal of the game to seal a much needed win in this divisional matchup. The Chiefs played a solid game with little mistakes in making this game theirs, it was San Diego’s last effort that saw the only turnover in the game as Coleman intercepted the pass with just 12 seconds left in the game.


NY Giants 21 - Dallas 31(W)

The Cowboys are still riding the hot hand as Demarco Murray went of the 100yrd mark yet again and for the 7th straight game. Tony Romo added 3 touchdowns as he enjoys life with a little less pressure and a teams defence that now complements the offensive talent. Eli Manning had a better than usual game even with his stud receiver missing for the remainder of the year, throwing for 3 scores and no turnovers. The Giants defence was a no show in this divisional matchup.


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