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TSB Sim Season: Week 7

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Nearing the midway point of the season and the Bills and Raiders still can't be beat. Bills had a lackluster effort against the lowly Colts but still prevailed 31-23 while the Raiders beat the Seahawks 24-14 to now take a commanding three game lead in the AFC West. Even with their dominance the Bills aren't running away with their division as the Dolphins are right on their heels, improving to 6-1 after a 27-24 win over the Chiefs. Earnest Byner returned to action for the Redskins and nearly returned to the top of the league's leading rushers but it wasn't enough to beat Byner's former team the Browns as they downed the Skins 17-16.

 

Week 7 Scores

 

San Francisco 31, Atlanta 14

SF: 3-3, ATL: 1-5

-Joe Montana: 232 yards passing

 

L.A. Rams 24, San Diego 6

RAM: 4-2, SD: 4-3

-Willie Anderson: 6 rec, 178 yards

 

L.A. Raiders 24, Seattle 14

RAI: 7-0, SEA: 4-3

-Marcus Allen: 85 yards rushing

 

Minnesota 20, Phoenix 14

MIN: 5-2, PHX: 1-6

-Herschel Walker: 116 yards rushing

 

Philadelphia 28, New Orleans 14

PHI: 5-2, NO: 2-4

-Randall Cunningham: 225 yards passing

 

N.Y. Giants 21, Pittsburgh 6

NYG: 6-1, PIT: 3-3

-Giants: Win despite only 165 yards of offense

 

Miami 27, Kansas City 24

MIA: 6-1, KC: 2-5

-Mark Clayton: 6 rec, 153 yards

 

Cleveland 17, Washington 16

CLE: 4-2, WAS: 4-3

-Reggie Langhorne: 3 rec, 92 yards

 

Cincinnati 21, Dallas 14

CIN: 2-4, DAL: 3-4

-Troy Aikman: 35% comp pct, 2 int

 

Houston 30, N.Y. Jets 24 OT

HOU: 4-2, NYJ: 1-6

-Warren Moon: 270 yards passing

 

Buffalo 31, Indianapolis 23

BUF: 7-0, IND: 2-5

-Thurman Thomas: 109 yards rushing

 

Bye Weeks: Chicago (2-4), Denver (3-3), Detroit (2-4), Green Bay (1-5), New England (1-5), Tampa Bay (1-5)

 

Leaders thru Week 7

 

PASSING LEADERS

 

Rating

1. Phil Simms, 210.6

2. Dan Marino, 201.6

3. Jim Kelly, 171.5

 

Yards

1. Marino, 1727

2. Kelly, 1600

3. Joe Montana, 1486

 

Touchdowns

1. Marino, 21

2t. Simms, 16

2t. Kelly, 16

 

RECEIVING LEADERS

 

Receptions

1. Jerry Rice, 29

2t. Anthony Miller, 24

2t. Mark Duper, 24

 

Yards

1. Rice, 790

2. Duper, 657

3. Jay Novacek, 584

 

Touchdowns

1. Rice, 8

2t. Henry Ellard, 7

2t. James Lofton, 7

 

RUSHING LEADERS

 

Yards

1. Christian Okoye, 574

2. Earnest Byner, 572

3. Thurman Thomas, 570

 

Touchdowns

1. Marcus Allen, 10

2t. Many with 7

 

DEFENSIVE LEADERS

 

Interceptions

1. Eddie Anderson, 6

2t. Many with 5

 

Sacks

1. Lawrence Taylor, 13

2. Chris Doleman, 11

3t. Many with 10

 

SPECIAL TEAMS LEADERS

 

Field Goals: Steve Christie, 9

Punting Avg: Mark Saxon, 51.1

Punt Return Avg: Henry Ellard, 12.8

Kick Return Avg: Chris Warren, 20.2

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