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TSB Sim Season: Week 11

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After the Bills shocking loss to the Patriots last week I suppose anything is possible but I certaintly didn't think the Bills would lay another egg against the 2-7 Packers but that it is indeed what happened. With the Bills' second straight loss, the Dolphins have now moved into to tie for first place in the AFC East. Once you get past the two AFC East powers, Raiders, and Oilers, the rest of the conference is a mess with five teams at 5-5 going for the last two wild card spots. The Vikings had their six game winning streak snapped in an overtime loss to the Bears who try to keep their very slim division title hopes alive.

 

Week 11 Scores

 

Chicago 20, Minnesota 17 OT

CHI: 5-5, MIN: 9-2

-Neal Anderson: 92 yards rushing

 

N.Y. Jets 28, Indianapolis 27

NYJ: 2-8, IND: 3-7

-Mark Boyer: 5 rec, 132 yards

 

Green Bay 27, Buffalo 17

GB: 3-7, BUF: 8-2

-Sterling Sharpe: 5 rec, 149 yards

 

Cincinnati 20, Pittsburgh 17

CIN: 4-6, PIT: 5-5

-James Brooks: 80 yards rushing

 

N.Y. Giants 31, Phoenix 17

NYG: 8-2, PHX: 2-9

-Phil Simms: 187 yards passing

 

Philadelphia 45, Cleveland 7

PHI: 6-4, CLE: 5-5

-Browns Offense: 9 yards rushing

 

L.A. Raiders 30, Denver 24

RAI: 8-2, DEN: 4-6

-Marcus Allen: 86 yards rushing

 

Kansas City 21, LA. Rams 13

KC: 5-5, RAM: 5-5

-Christian Okoye: 81 yards rushing

 

Miami 24, New England 10

MIA: 8-2, NE: 3-7

-Tony Paige: 164 total yards

 

Washington 24, Atlanta 20

WAS: 7-3, ATL: 2-8

-Mark Rypien: 197 yards passing

 

San Diego 31, Seattle 28 OT

SD: 5-5, SEA: 5-5

-Marion Butts: 118 yards rushing

 

Tampa Bay 28, Detroit 10

TB: 3-7, DET: 2-8

-Bruce Hill: 4 rec, 108 yards

 

San Francisco 35, New Orleans 24

SF: 7-3, NO: 5-5

-Jerry Rice: 6 rec, 136 yards

 

Houston 21, Dallas 10

HOU: 7-3, DAL: 5-5

-Ernest Givens: 6 rec, 133 yards

 

Leaders thru Week 11

 

PASSING LEADERS

 

Rating

1. Phil Simms, 205.6

2. Dan Marino, 185.2

3. Joe Montana, 168.6

 

Yards

1. Warren Moon, 2568

2. Montana, 2498

3. Marino, 2315

 

Touchdowns

1t. Marino, 26

1t. Montana, 26

3. Moon, 24

 

RECEIVING LEADERS

 

Receptions

1. Jerry Rice, 49

2. Anthony Miller, 35

3. Henry Ellard, 33

 

Yards

1. Rice, 1256

2. Ellard, 875

3. Sterling Sharpe, 868

 

Touchdowns

1. Rice, 13

2. Ernest Givens, 10

3t. Many tied with 9

 

RUSHING LEADERS

 

Yards

1. Neal Anderson, 938

2. Johnny Johnson, 894

3. Thurman Thomas, 861

 

Touchdowns

1. Johnson, 12

2t. Many tied with 11

 

DEFENSIVE LEADERS

 

Interceptions

1t. Joey Browner, 7

1t. Kevin Ross, 7

1t. Erik McMillan, 7

 

Sacks

1. Lawrence Taylor, 17

2. Bruce Smith, 15

3. Simon Fletcher, 14

 

SPECIAL TEAMS LEADERS

 

Field Goals: Jeff Jaeger, 12

Punting Avg: Rohn Stark, 51.4

Punt Return Avg: Jeff Query, 12.8

Kick Return Avg: Danny Peebles, 20.2

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