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TSB Sim Season: Week 15

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It seemed liked a forgone conclusion the Raiders would take the AFC West but not anymore. They lost to the Chargers this week for their third straight loss and the Bolts have now moved into a tie for 1st at 9-5. Oilers beat Steelers 21-9 in order to reclaim sole posession of 1st place in the AFC Central. The Bills have clinched the AFC East but again the game won't recognize it yet since the Dolphins can tie for 1st still but the Bills swept the season series. The Giants lost to the Eagles but the Redskins suffered a shocking defeat to the craptastic Cardinals, so the Giants may or may not have clinched the division but I'm too lazy to go through tiebreak scenerios beyond head-to-head which the Giants/Eagles split. The game did officialy recognize the 49ers division title win after their ninth straight victory this week. The Vikings were stunned by the Bucs, who still have a very slim chance at the playoffs, which now gives us a three-way tie atop the NFC. The 49ers would be the odd team out in a three-way tie as they lost to both the Giants and Vikings.

 

AFC

1. Bills 12-2

2t. Raiders/Chargers 9-5

2t. Oilers 9-5

 

4. Dolphins 10-4

5. Raiders/Chargers 9-5

6t. Chiefs/Steelers 8-6

 

Still Alive: Browns 7-7, Broncos 7-7

 

NFC

1t. Giants 11-3

1t. Vikings 11-3

1t. 49ers 11-3

 

4. Eagles 9-5

5t. Redskins 8-6

5t. Rams 8-6

 

Still Alive: Bears 7-7, Saints 7-7, Buccaneers 6-8

 

 

Week 15 Scores

 

Detroit 24, N.Y. Jets 17

DET: 3-11, NYJ: 3-11

-Robert Clark: 4 rec, 113 yards

 

Philadelphia 28, N.Y. Giants 24

PHI: 9-5, NYG: 11-3

-Keith Byars: 7 rec, 132 yards

 

Indianapolis 21, New England 14

IND: 5-9, NE: 3-11

-Albert Bentley: 92 yards rushing

 

San Francisco 31, Seattle 21

SF: 11-3, SEA: 5-9

-Joe Montana: 240 yards passing

 

Denver 21, Cleveland 17

DEN: 7-7, CLE: 7-7

-Mark Jackson: 57 yards receiving

 

New Orleans 20, Dallas 17 OT

NO: 7-7, DAL: 5-9

-Craig Heyward: 82 yards receiving

 

San Diego 20, Kansas City 14

SD: 9-5, KC: 8-6

-Bill Joe Tolliver: 154 yards passing

 

Buffalo 24, L.A. Raiders 21

BUF: 12-2, RAI: 9-5

-Thurman Thomas: 154 yards rushing

 

Phoenix 27, Washington 24

PHX: 3-11, WAS: 8-6

-Johnny Johnson: 110 yards rushing

 

Chicago 33, Green Bay 24

CHI: 7-7, GB: 5-9

-Ron Morris: 4 rec, 118 yards

 

Houston 21, Pittsburgh 9

HOU: 9-5, PIT: 8-6

-Ernest Givens: 4 rec, 108 yards

 

Miami 38, Cincinnati 14

MIA: 10-4, CIN: 5-9

-Mark Clayton: 6 rec, 158 yards

 

Tampa Bay 28, Minnesota 27

TB: 6-8, MIN: 11-3

-Vinny Testaverde: 266 yards passing

 

L.A. Rams 17, Atlanta 14

RAM: 8-6, ATL: 2-12

-Cleveland Gary: 82 yards rushing, leaves injured

 

Leaders thru Week 15

 

PASSING LEADERS

 

Rating

1. Phil Simms, 197.1

2. Dan Marino, 182.5

3. Randall Cunningham, 177.2

 

Yards

1. Warren Moon, 3593

2. Joe Montana, 3389

3. Jim Everett, 3228

 

Touchdowns

1t. Montana, 36

1t. Marino, 36

3. Moon, 34

 

RECEIVING LEADERS

 

Receptions

1. Jerry Rice, 66

2. Andre Rison, 49

3. Anthony Miller, 47

 

Yards

1. Rice, 1729

2. Rison, 1258

3. Henry Ellard, 1254

 

Touchdowns

1. Rice, 19

2t. Miller, 13

2t. James Lofton, 13

 

RUSHING LEADERS

 

Yards

1. Thurman Thomas, 1430

2. Neal Anderson, 1336

3. Bo Jackson, 1237

 

Touchdowns

1. Tom Rathman, 15

2t. Many tied with 13

 

DEFENSIVE LEADERS

 

Interceptions

1. Kevin Ross, 10

2t. Many tied with 8

 

Sacks

1. Lawrence Taylor, 20

2t. Derrick Thomas, 18

2t. Reggie White, 18

 

SPECIAL TEAMS LEADERS

 

Field Goals: Jeff Jaeger; Morten Andersen, 16

Punting Avg: Mike Horan, 50.9

Punt Return Avg: Ellard, 12.8

Kick Return Avg: Tim Brown, 21.2

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