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TSB Sim Season: Week 16

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We're down to the wire and a lot of movement still going on. Big story this week was the Browns scoring 24 points in the 4th quarter to come from behind to beat the Oilers 30-21. The Steelers won their game to once again move into a tie for 1st. I was slightly less lazy this time around, figuring out some of the easier tiebreaks, and the Steelers control their own destiny for the division as if they beat the Browns in Week 17 they'll end up with a better division record than the Oilers. In the AFC West, both Chargers and Raiders won to remain dead locked on top the division but the Chargers control their own destiny by virtue of having a better conference record than the Raiders. In the NFC, the Giants lost to the Redskins and the Eagles won so after looking at the tiebreaks as it turns out the Giants really haven't won the division yet. If the Eagles win next week and the Giants lose, the Eagles win the divsion by having a better divisional record. In the race for the last wild card spot in the conference, the Bears control their own destiny as they would end up with a better conference record than the Rams if they win next week although they will have to beat the 49ers to do so. As for a potential three-way ties in both conference for the final wild card spots, you can forget me trying to figure them out.

 

AFC

1. Bills 12-3

2. Chargers 10-5

3. Steelers 9-6

 

4t. Dolphins 10-5

4t. Raiders 10-5

6. Oilers 9-6

 

Still Alive: Browns 8-7, Chiefs 8-7

 

NFC

1. Vikings 12-3

2. 49ers 12-3

3. Giants 11-4

 

4. Eagles 10-5

5. Redskins 9-6

6. Bears 8-7

 

Still Alive: Rams 8-7, Saints 7-8

 

Week 16 Scores

 

Phoenix 28, Denver 20

PHX: 4-11, DEN: 7-8

-Timm Rosenbach: 312 yards passing

 

L.A. Raiders 24, New Orleans 21

RAI: 10-5, NO: 7-8

-Bo Jackson: 111 yards rushing

 

New England 28, N.Y. Jets 24

NE: 4-11, NYJ: 3-12

-Steve Grogan: 243 yards passing

 

Indianapolis 21, Buffalo 17

IND: 6-9, BUF: 12-3

-Jessie Hester: 4 rec, 153 yards

 

Cleveland 30, Houston 21

CLE: 8-7, HOU: 9-6

-Eric Metcalf: 96 yards receiving

Browns 24 point 4th quarter

 

Washington 24, N.Y. Giants 23

WAS: 9-6, NYG: 11-4

-Art Monk: 5 rec, 94 yards

 

San Francisco 28, Kansas City 17

SF: 12-3, KC: 8-7

-Jerry Rice: 7 rec, 162 yards

 

Philadelphia 34, Dallas 7

PHI: 10-5, DAL: 5-10

-Randall Cunnigham: 238 yards passing

 

Seattle 16, Atlanta 14

SEA: 6-9, ATL: 2-13

-Dave Krieg: 165 yards passing

 

Chicago 27, Tampa Bay 17

CHI: 8-7, TB: 6-9

-Neal Anderson: 98 yards rushing

 

Detroit 42, Green Bay 14

DET: 4-11, GB: 5-10

-Richard Johnson: 5 rec, 126 yards

 

Pittsburgh 24, Cincinnati 13

PIT: 9-6, CIN: 5-10

-Warren Williams: 85 yards rushing

 

San Diego 31, Miami 21

SD: 10-5, MIA: 10-5

 

Minnesota 34, L.A. Rams 14

MIN: 12-3, RAM: 8-7

-Hassan Jones: 8 rec, 232 yards

 

Leaders thru Week 16

 

PASSING LEADERS

 

Rating

1. Phil Simms, 191.1

2. Randall Cunningham, 178.5

3. Dan Marino, 177.2

 

Yards

1. Warren Moon, 3729

2. Joe Montana, 3633

3. Jim Everett, 3405

 

Touchdowns

1. Montana, 40

2. Marino, 38

3. Everett, 35

 

RECEIVING LEADERS

 

Receptions

1. Jerry Rice, 73

2. Andre Rison, 51

3. Anthony Miller, 50

 

Yards

1. Rice, 1891

2. Rison, 1343

3. Henry Ellard, 1308

 

Touchdowns

1. Rice, 20

2. Miller, 14

3t. Many tied with 13

 

RUSHING LEADERS

 

Yards

1. Thurman Thomas, 1539

2. Neal Anderson, 1434

3. Bo Jackson, 1348

 

Touchdowns

1. Tom Rathman, 15

2t. Anderson, 14

2t. Johnny Johnson, 14

 

DEFENSIVE LEADERS

 

Interceptions

1. Kevin Ross, 10

2t. Mark Carrier, 9

2t. Erik McMillan, 9

 

Sacks

1. Lawrence Taylor, 21

2. Reggie White, 20

3t. Many tied with 18

 

SPECIAL TEAMS LEADERS

 

Field Goals: Jeff Jaeger, 17

Punting Avg: Rohn Stark, 51.0

Punt Return Avg: Ellard, 12.8

Kick Return Avg: Tim Brown, 21.8

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