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What We Learned: NFL Week 14

AFC East

New York Jets – Resounding and much needed win against a depleted Chiefs squad as they keep their playoff hopes alive.

New England Patriots – Got all they could handle from the Redskins but Brady and Gronkowski proved to be too much in the end.

Buffalo Bills – Falling apart, crumbling, disintegrating, etc.

Miami Dolphins – Winning ways come to an end as Vick spoils the party.

AFC West

Denver Broncos – Well, Tebow and the Broncos do it AGAIN! It’s really getting ridiculous as they one up themselves every week.

Kansas City Chiefs – Decimated by injuries and just hard to watch right now.

Oakland Raiders – Pathetic performance against the reigning Super Bowl Champs. The game was over midway through the first quarter. They now trail the Broncos by one game in the division.

San Diego Chargers – Reeled off 2 in a row after a loooong losing streak but still on the outside looking in.

AFC North

Baltimore Ravens – Basically a bye week as the Colts posed no match for Suggs and the Ravens defense.

Pittsburgh Steelers – Ugly win against the division rival Browns but may have lost Roethlisberger in the process.

Cleveland Browns – Another anemic day for the offense, and Colt McCoy could be out.

Cincinnati Bengals – Tough loss at the last second at home to a Texan team without Andre Johnson and Matt Schaub.

AFC South

Houston Texans – Congratulations on their first playoff berth and AFC South title in their 10 year existence.

Indianapolis Colts – Only 3 more chances to avoid being win-less.

Tennessee Titans – Valiant effort by rookie Jake Locker in relief but just couldn’t come up with that final score. Lost some ground in the wild card in the process.

Jacksonville Jaguars – Absolute beatdown at home against the Bucs. Great turnaround after an embarrassing loss on national television last week.

NFC East

New York Giants – Fantastic comeback victory against the rival Cowboys as they now sit atop the NFC East.

Dallas Cowboys – Yet again the Cowboys find a way to lose. They just can’t close out games, it’s pathetic.

Philadelphia Eagles – Vick brought a win back with him as the Eagles’ hopes for a playoff berth remain barely alive

Washington Redskins – Gave the Patriots a run for their money but some late miscues thwarted the upset bid.

NFC West

San Francisco 49ers – Two losses in a row now. NFC West division crown hangover?

St. Louis Rams – Sam Bradford isn’t giving the Rams any reason not to draft a quarterback.

Arizona Cardinals – Surprising late game win at home against the class of the division. Still hold a glimmer of hope for the playoffs.

Seattle Seahawks – Another victory behind Marshawn Lynch. Still in the hunt.

NFC North

Chicago Bears – Heartbreaking loss for the hurting Bears. Still in the thick of things in the NFC wild-card picture but things aren’t looking good.

Green Bay Packers – Thrashing of the Raiders at home. Undefeated record keeps looking better and better.

Detroit Lions – Almost blew a huge lead but salvaged the must needed win.

Minnesota Vikings – Fell behind 31-14 at half but Joe Webb led a second half comeback that fell just short. Quarterback controversy?

NFC South

Atlanta Falcons – Great comeback on the road as Matt Ryan and the passing game finally showed up.

New Orleans Saints – Survived a scare in Tennessee as Brees stepped up his game in the second half.

Tampa Bay Bucs – Horrendous loss against the lowly Jaguars. What has happened to Freeman and the Bucs?

Carolina Panthers – Took a 23-7 lead into halftime but couldn’t hold on. That’s the mark of a young and inexperience team.

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  1. December 13, 2011 at 6:57 PM

    Not that I thought the Bucs would be making a run for the Super Bowl this year, but this team has had motivational issues all season long and one has to wonder if Raheem Morris will remain the head coach of this team.

  2. December 13, 2011 at 6:18 PM

    Amazing (and unprecedented) that we could have a 16-0 team and a 0-16 team in the same season…

    Panthers blew one and although they ARE a young team, after 3 months, and your 13th game, I think the coach has to take a little heat for a meltdown like this.

    Good post!

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