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TSB Sim Season: Week 9

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Warren Moon is the star of the week as he scorched the Bengals for 450 yards passing, which is pretty damn high for a simmed game on Tecmo, and helped the Oilers take sole possesion of first place in the AFC Central. The Browns lost their share of the lead after getting murdered by the league's best defense, the Steelers 41-0. In the NFC Central, the Vikings avoided an embarrasing loss to the Cardinals and in the process took an almost insurmountable four game lead as the Bears continue to struggle dropping one to the Saints this week 14-10.

 

Week 9 Scores

 

Atlanta 30, L.A. Rams 27 OT

ATL: 2-6, RAM: 5-3

-Mike Rozier: 115 yards rushing

 

Houston 44, Cincinnati 24

HOU: 6-2, CIN: 2-6

-Warren Moon: 450 yards passing

 

Seattle 24, San Diego 14

SEA: 5-4, SD: 4-5

-Dave Krieg: 195 yards passing

 

Minnesota 21, Phoenix 20

MIN: 7-2, PHX: 2-7

-Wade Wilson: 147 yards passing

 

New Orleans 14, Chicago 10

NO: 4-4, CHI: 3-5

-Dalton Hilliard: 97 yards rushing

 

Washington 21, N.Y. Giants 14

WAS: 5-3, NYG: 6-2

-Ricky Sanders: 6 rec, 122 yards

 

San Francisco 27, Philadelphia 9

SF: 5-3, PHI: 5-3

-Joe Montana: 201 yards passing

 

Dallas 24, Detroit 21

DAL: 4-4, DET: 2-6

-Emmitt Smith: 99 yards rushing

 

Kansas City 27, L.A. Raiders 10

KC: 4-5, RAI: 7-2

-Stephone Paige: 5 rec, 171 yards

 

Tampa Bay 14, Green Bay 9

TB: 2-6, GB: 1-7

-Bucs Defense: 4 interceptions

 

Pittsburgh 41, Cleveland 0

PIT: 5-3, CLE: 5-3

-Browns Offense: 77 total yards

 

New England 16, Denver 14

NE: 2-6, DEN: 3-5

-Steve Grogan: 162 yards passing

 

Bye Weeks: Buffalo (8-0), Indianapolis (3-5), Miami (6-2), N.Y. Jets (1-7)

 

Leaders thru Week 9

 

PASSING LEADERS

 

Rating

1. Dan Marino, 197.5

2. Phil Sims, 194.4

3. Jim Kelly, 176.9

 

Yards

1. Warren Moon, 2109

2. Marino, 1954

3. Joe Montana, 1939

 

Touchdowns

1. Marino, 23

2. Montana, 21

3. Jim Everett, 20

 

RECEIVING LEADERS

 

Receptions

1. Jerry Rice, 37

2. Anthony Miller, 32

3. Henry Ellard, 30

 

Yards

1. Rice, 977

2. Ellard, 761

3. Miller, 713

 

Touchdowns

1. Rice, 10

2t. Many tied with 8

 

RUSHING LEADERS

 

Yards

1. Johnny Johnson, 777

2. Christian Okoye, 775

3. Neal Anderson, 766

 

Touchdowns

1. Johnson, 11

2t. Anderson, 10

2t. Marcus Allen, 10

 

DEFENSIVE LEADERS

 

Interceptions

1t. Joey Browner, 7

1t. Kevin Ross, 7

3t. Many tied with 6

 

Sacks

1. Lawrence Taylor, 14

2t. Bruce Smith, 13

2t. Simon Fletcher, 13

 

SPECIAL TEAMS LEADERS

 

Field Goals: Many tied with 9

Punting Avg: Sean Landetta, 51.0

Punt Return Avg: Henry Ellard, 12.8

Kick Return Avg: Danny Peebles, 20.6

 

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