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TSB Sim Season: Week 8

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And then there was one. The Raiders suffered their first loss of the season in the Battle of Los Angeles to the Rams 35-31. Rams now improve to a surprising 5-2 and maintain their one game lead on the 49ers in the NFC West. The Bills hit the halfway point and their bye week undefeated as they cruised to another win over the Bengals. The Vikings blew out the Patriots 37-10 and continue their large lead the NFC Central.

 

Week 8 Scores

 

Buffalo 31, Cincinnati 14

BUF: 8-0, CIN: 2-5

-Thurman Thomas: 127 yards rushing

 

Indianapolis 28, N.Y. Jets 21

IND: 3-5, NYJ: 1-7

-Jeff George: 254 yards passing

 

Minnesota 37, New England 10

MIN: 6-2, NE: 1-6

-Anthony Carter: 6 rec, 158 yards

 

New Orleans 27, Tampa Bay 0

NO: 3-4, TB: 1-6

-Buccaneers: 78 yards of offense

 

Houston 35, Miami 14

HOU: 5-2, MIA: 6-2

-Warren Moon: 291 yards passing

 

Pittsburgh 14, Seattle 10

PIT: 4-3, SEA: 4-4

-Dave Krieg: 36% comp pct, 86 yards

 

Kansas City 31, Denver 20

KC: 3-5, DEN: 3-4

-Stephone Paige: 6 rec, 170 yards

 

L.A. Rams 35, L.A. Raiders 31

RAM: 5-2, RAI: 7-1

-Jim Everett: 309 yards passing

 

Phoenix 31, Atlanta 24

PHX: 2-6, ATL: 1-6

-Timm Rosenbach: 266 yards passing

 

San Francisco 28, Detroit 3

SF: 4-3, DET: 2-5

-Joe Montana: 252 yards passing

 

Cleveland 23, San Diego 20

CLE: 5-2, SD: 4-4

-Eric Metcalf: 5 rec, 115 yards

 

Chicago 28, Green Bay 17

CHI: 3-4, GB: 1-6

-Neal Anderson: 122 yards rushing

 

Bye Weeks: Dallas (3-4), N.Y. Giants (6-1), Philadelphia (5-2), Washington (4-3)

 

Leaders thru Week 8

 

PASSING LEADERS

 

Rating

1. Phil Simms, 210.6

2. Dan Marino, 197.5

3. Jim Kelly, 176.9

 

Yards

1. Marino, 1954

2. Kelly, 1771

3. Joe Montana, 1738

 

Touchdowns

1. Marino, 23

2t. Jim Everett, 18

2t. Kelly, 18

 

RECEIVING LEADERS

 

Receptions

1. Jerry Rice, 33

2. Anthony Miller, 27

3. Many tied with 26

 

Yards

1. Rice, 881

2. Duper, 709

3. James Lofton, 635

 

Touchdowns

1. Rice, 9

2t. Henry Ellard, 8

2t. James Lofton, 8

 

RUSHING LEADERS

 

Yards

1. Thurman Thomas, 697

2. Neal Anderson, 685

3. Christian Okoye, 657

 

Touchdowns

1. Marcus Allen, 10

2. Neal Anderson, 9

3t. Many tied with 8

 

DEFENSIVE LEADERS

 

Interceptions

1. Joey Browner, 7

2t. Many with 6

 

Sacks

1t. Lawrence Taylor, 13

1t. Bruce Smith, 13

3t. Many tied with 12

 

SPECIAL TEAMS LEADERS

 

Field Goals: Steve Christie, 9

Punting Avg: Mark Saxon, 51.1

Punt Return Avg: Henry Ellard, 12.8

Kick Return Avg: Tim Brown; Danny Peebles, 19.2

 

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