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TSB Sim Season: Week 12

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This seems to be turning into a weekly Bills update but something interesting happens to them every week. This week in their showdown with the Dolphins for first place in the AFC East, Jim Kelly was knocked out of the game in first half. Lucky for them they have one of the few decent back up quarterbacks on the game in Frank Reich and he led two 4th quarter touchdown drives for the 24-21 win. Bills sweep the season series giving them essentially a two game lead on the Dolphins now. In other quarterback injury news, the Bengals lost to the Eagles and lost Boomer Esiason to injury dimming their already very slim playoff hopes. The Browns season seemed to be spiraling out of control after three straight losses including two huge blow outs but this week they knocked off the divison leading Oilers to pull back within in a game of first palce. Last week the Bears appeared to be on the verge of turning their season around after their win against the Vikings but they shit the bed against the Colts this week and now the Vikings can clinch the division next week.

 

Week 12 Scores

 

San Francisco 21, Phoenix 10

SF: 8-3, PHX: 2-10

-Tom Rathman: 100 yards rushing

 

San Diego 24, New Orleans 20

SD: 6-5, NO: 5-6

-Billy Joe Tolliver: 179 yards passing

 

Indianapolis 28, Chicago 17

IND: 4-7, CHI: 5-6

-Albert Bentley: 77 yards rushing

 

Philadelphia 35, Cincinnati 21

PHI: 7-4, CIN: 4-7

-Boomer Esiason: leaves injured

 

Cleveland 24, Houston 21

CLE: 6-5, HOU: 7-4

-Bernie Kosar: 264 yards passing

 

Tampa Bay 24, Atlanta 9

TB: 4-7, ATL: 2-9

-Chris Miller: 31% comp pct, 3 int

 

Kansas City 30, Denver 6

KC: 6-5, DEN: 4-7

-Christian Okoye: 106 yards rushing

 

Buffalo 24, Miami 21

BUF: 9-2, MIA: 8-3

-Jim Kelly: leaves injured

 

L.A. Raiders 17, Seattle 14

RAI: 9-2, SEA: 5-6

-Bo Jackson: 85 yards rushing

 

Pittsburgh 17, Washington 7

PIT: 6-5, WAS: 7-4

-Bubby Brister: 202 yards passing

 

N.Y. Giants 33, Dallas 28

GIA: 9-2, DAL: 5-6

-David Meggett: 112 yards rushing

 

L.A. Rams 31, Detroit 21

RAM: 6-5, DET: 2-9

-Jim Everett: 259 yards passing

 

Minnesota 37, Green Bay 14

MIN: 10-2, GB: 3-8

-Steve Jordan: 4 rec, 105 yards

 

N.Y. Jets 34, New England 14

JET: 3-8, NE: 3-8

-Al Toon: 5 rec, 137 yards

 

Leaders thru Week 12

 

PASSING LEADERS

 

Rating

1. Phil Simms, 201.0

2. Dan Marino, 175.2

3. Randall Cunningham, 167.5

 

Yards

1. Warren Moon, 2770

2. Montana, 2684

3. Jim Everett, 2536

 

Touchdowns

1t. Marino, 27

1t. Montana, 27

3. Moon, 26

 

RECEIVING LEADERS

 

Receptions

1. Jerry Rice, 53

2t. Many tied with 36

 

Yards

1. Rice, 1355

2. Sterling Sharpe, 989

3. Eric Martin, 970

 

Touchdowns

1. Rice, 14

2t. Many tied with 10

 

RUSHING LEADERS

 

Yards

1. Neal Anderson, 1056

2. Christian Okoye, 962

3. Johnny Johnson, 945

 

Touchdowns

1. Tom Rathman, 13

2. Johnson, 12

3. Many tied with 11

 

DEFENSIVE LEADERS

 

Interceptions

1. Joey Browner, 8

2t. Many tied with 7

 

Sacks

1. Lawrence Taylor, 17

2. Bruce Smith, 15

3t. Many tied with 14

 

SPECIAL TEAMS LEADERS

 

Field Goals: Jeff Jaeger, 13

Punting Avg: Rohn Stark, 51.3

Punt Return Avg: Jeff Query, 12.8

Kick Return Avg: David Meggett, 20.5

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