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TSB Sim Season: Week 10

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Do you believe in miracles?


After blazing to an 8-0 start without breaking a sweat the Bills were stunned by the worst team in TSB in Week 10. I don't know what's more shocking, the Patriots beating the Bills or the Patriots now already having three wins. In other surprising news, I had accidently been listing the Vikings as having two losses but after looking at the standings on the game they had only one and now with the Bills' loss, the Vikings of all teams now have the best record in the league at 9-1 and could clinch the NFC Central by Week 12. After a slow start the 49ers have moved into sole posession of first place in the NFC West after the Rams have dropped back-to-back overtime losses in the division. The Packers and Jets met in a battle of one win teams with the Pack prevailing 38-17 and sending the Jets to the bottom of the league at 1-8.


Week 10 Scores


New Orleans 24, L.A. Rams 21 OT

NO: 5-4, RAM: 5-4

-Steve Walsh: 241 yards passing


Miami 31, Indianapolis 14

MIA: 7-2, IND: 3-6

-Tony Paige: 4 rec, 103 yards


N.Y. Giants 27, Philadelphia 22

NYG: 7-2, PHI: 5-4

-Phil Simms: 200 yards passing


Green Bay 38, N.Y. Jets 17

GB: 2-7, NYJ: 1-8

-Ed West: 5 rec, 148 yards


Minnesota 28, Tampa Bay 21

MIN: 9-1, TB: 2-7

-Wade Wilson: 166 yards passing


Denver 20, Pittsburgh 10

DEN: 4-5, PIT: 5-4

-Bobby Humphrey: 103 yards rushing


New England 30, Buffalo 28

NE: 3-6, BUF: 8-1

-Steve Grogan: 222 yards passing


Cincinnati 21, Cleveland 13

CIN: 3-6, CLE: 5-4

-Rodney Holman: 71 yards receiving


Washington 27, Houston 24 OT

WAS: 6-3, HOU: 6-3

-Art Monk: 5 rec, 140 yards


Chicago 30, Detroit 6

CHI: 4-5, DET: 2-7

-Brad Muster: 86 yards rushing


Dallas 21, Phoenix 14

DAL: 5-4, PHX: 2-8

-Emmitt Smith: 93 yards rushing


San Francisco 24, Atlanta 17

SF: 6-3, ATL: 2-7

-Joe Montana: 310 yards passing


Bye Weeks: Kansas City (4-5), L.A. Raiders (7-2), San Diego (4-5), Seattle (5-4)


Leaders thru Week 10





1. Phil Simms, 205.2

2. Dan Marino, 189.6

3. Joe Montana, 177.5



1. Warren Moon, 2363

2. Montana, 2249

3. Marino, 2136



1. Marino, 25

2. Montana, 24

3t. Many tied with 21





1. Jerry Rice, 43

2. Anthony Miller, 32

3t. Many tied with 31



1. Rice, 1120

2. Ellard, 791

3. Mark Duper, 767



1. Rice, 11

2. Ernest Givens, 9

3t. Many tied with 8





1. Johnny Johnson, 849

2. Neal Anderson, 846

3. Thurman Thomas, 810



1. Johnson, 12

2t. Many tied with 10





1t. Joey Browner, 7

1t. Kevin Ross, 7

1t. Erik McMillan, 7



1. Lawrence Taylor, 16

2t. Many tied with 13




Field Goals: Gary Anderson, 10

Punting Avg: Rohn Stark, 51.7

Punt Return Avg: Jeff Query, 12.8

Kick Return Avg: Danny Peebles, 20.1

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Who the fuck was Johnny Johnson? I played T.S.B. a lot back in the day, yet I have no idea who he was or what team he played for. Taking a guess, was it Arizona? :huh:

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Who the fuck was Johnny Johnson? I played T.S.B. a lot back in the day, yet I have no idea who he was or what team he played for. Taking a guess, was it Arizona? :huh:

Yup he played for Phoenix but he wasn't this good as his he never rushed for 1,000 yards in a season. Only reason why he's leading the league in the game right now is because only the Cardinals and Vikings haven't had a bye week. One thing about simming is it doesn't necesarrily give results that correspond with the ratings for some of the players or otherwise Bo Jackson would rush for over 2,000 yards every season.

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