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NFL Week 7 Post-Review(Part 4)

Part 4
NFL Week 7 Post-Review(Part 4)

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Arizona 24(W) - Oakland 13

The Raiders continue to lose and the Cardinals looks to be getting back on track with Carson Palmers return. This match belonged to Arizonas Andre Ellington as he led the team in both rushing and receiving, tallying up  88yds on the ground and 72 through the air. Rumour has it that the Raiders are in contention to return to Los Angles, though it will be interesting to see how the locals take to a win-less team and an organization that has been down and out since the 80’s(minus that “one” year).

San Francisco 10 - Denver 42(W)

Within the first drive of the Denver Offence, Peyton Manning had his team in the lead marking 2 touchdowns in the first quarter while the 49ers offence were still realizing that this was a actual NFL game. When the second half started it was 21-3, and by the look on some of the players faces, they were ready to go home. Manning ended the game at 22/26 318yds and 4TD’s, whereas on the opposite side of things Kaepernick was 24/39 263yds and 1TD but also added an interception.

NOTE: Peyton Manning broke the all-time passing touchdowns record previously held by Brett Favre, the touchdown was thrown to Demaryius Thomas for 8yds. It was in the 2nd quarter on a 3rd & 8 from the SF 8 yard line.

MNF: Houston - Pittsburgh

Coming Soon….



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