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    Playoffs

    Division winners (1st round byes)
    1. 14-2
    2. 11-4-1


    Division winners
    3. 10-6
    4. 9-7


    Wildcards
    5. 11-5
    6. 9-7

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    Playoffs

    Division winners (byes)
    1. 12-3-1
    2. 12-3-1


    Division winners
    3. 12-3-1
    4. 10-6


    Wildcards
    5. 10-6
    6. 9-7

    The top three teams in the NFC have 12-3-1 records. That is absolutely bizarre!

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    Rudy, dont know if you ever follow this thread but I have some bad news if you do...

    WORST TEAM IN THE NFL FOR 2014:

    3-13

    The worst team in the NFC... 4-12

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    Go Broncos!

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    looking at the season, had two players who got some big-time recognition.

    Maurice Jones-Drew: AFC offensive player of the year
    -353 carries 1,501 yards 4.3ypc 7 TD 93.8 ypg. avg.
    -23 rec. 192 yards

    Lamarr Woodley
    -37 tackles
    -23 sacks (new NFL record!)

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    2014 key player stats:


    Passing:

    Matt McGloin (79.8 QB rating)
    -234/370 2,066 yards 12TD 8Int. 63% comp.


    Receiving:

    James Jones 85 rec. 631 yards 5 TD
    Denarius Moore 55 rec. 700 yards 6 TD


    Blocking:

    Donald Penn 12 pancakes and 9 sacks given up


    Tackling:

    Tyvon Branch 92 tackles


    Interceptions:

    Carlos Rogers 5 Int.


    Kicking (FG)


    Sebastian Janikowski 22/29 75% (longest 57 yards)


    Punting:

    Marquette King 68 punts 46.3 avg. longest 74 yards


    Kickoff returns:

    Kory Sheets 33 kick returns 646 yards 19.6 avg.


    Punt returns:

    Denarius Moore 29 returns 252 yards 8.7 avg.

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    2014 Awards:

    League MVP: Drew Brees
    Coach of the Year: Chad masters
    ** Dennis Allen took 3rd

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    AWARDS

    OPOY: Maurice Jones Drew
    DPOY: Jerod Mayo

    OROY: Blake Bortles
    DROY: Ryan Shazier

    QB: Phillip Rivers
    RB: MJD
    WR: Keenan Allen
    OL: Nate Solder
    DL: Lamarr Woodley
    DB: Eric Weddle
    K: Justin Tucker

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    OPOY: Adrian Peterson
    DPOY: Daryl Washington
    OROY: Carlos Hyde
    DROY: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix

    QB: Drew Brees
    RB: Adrian Peterson
    WR: Calvin Johnson
    OL: Joe Staley
    DL: Michael Johnson
    DB: Richard Sherman
    K: Jay Feely

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    Key stats for 2014:

    Passing:
    -Peyton Manning 3, 803 yards
    -Drew Brees 27 TD's
    -Jay Cutler 19 INT.


    Rushing:
    -Adrian Peterson 1,925 yards
    -Adrian Peterson 5.4 yards per carry
    -EddieLacy 12 TD's

    Receiving:
    -Dez Bryant 94 receptions
    -Dez Bryant 1,371 yards
    -Keenan Allen 10 TD's


    Blocking:
    -Donald Penn 12 pancakes


    Defense:
    -Daryl Washington 170 tackles
    -Brian Orakpo 29 tackles for loss
    -Lamarr Woodley 23 sacks
    -Derelle Revis & Richard Sherman 7 int.


    Kicking:
    -Justin Tucker 95% FG kicking
    -Matt Prater 59 yards... longest FG
    -Marquette King 46.3 yard avg. punting


    Returning:
    -Mike Wallace 953 kickoff yards
    -Patrick Peterson 435 punt return yards

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    2014 Wildcard matchups

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    Here We Go, Steelers!

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    At then end of the season some coaching changes have been made.

    Retired:
    -Tom Coughlin


    Fired:
    - Jason Garrett
    - Mike Smith
    - Dusty McDonald

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    Why are Sean Payton and Bill Belichick different people?

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    Quote Originally Posted by souljahbill View Post
    Why are Sean Payton and Bill Belichick different people?
    Sir Spygate has never allowed his name to be used. I'm guessing Payton falls under the same category?

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelerfan View Post
    Sir Spygate has never allowed his name to be used. I'm guessing Payton falls under the same category?

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    Can coach names be edited?

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    Quote Originally Posted by souljahbill View Post
    Why are Sean Payton and Bill Belichick different people?
    Like the players association, coaches have the NFL coaches association. Unlike the NFLPA, the coaches association, somehow, isn't a union. Either way, the Coaches Association holds the license EA uses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by souljahbill View Post
    Can coach names be edited?
    I haven't played Madden since 12, but in my experience - no.

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    No, coaches cannot be edited. There isn't very much customization in CFM.

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    Wildcard Weekend: @

    The 11-5 Raiders travel to 9-7 Indianapolis to take on the Colts in the first round of the playoffs. The Raiders are heavy favourites as their D is tenacious. Indy slumped into the playoffs. Do they have what it takes to claim victory?


    The game is it's entirety:

    http://www.twitch.tv/jaymo76/c/5075967

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    The game was a massive defensive struggle. Indy starts off strong going up 7-3 but the Raiders respond with a FG to make it 7-3. However, the Colts storm back to go up 14-3. Both teams exchanges interceptions multiple times in the first half. The first half ends with the Colts up 14-6. Both offense could not move the ball. Indy was running the ball well but had no pass game while the Raiders were the opposite. . Lots of sacks, interceptions and drops sum up the first half. The next points are not scored until early in the 4th hen Janikowski hits another FG to make it 14-9 Colts. With 2:45 left the Raiders drive stall close to the goal line and again Janikowski hits a FG to make the score 14-12 Indy. Raiders have all of their timeouts and the game will be in the D's hands. The D gets the stop and conserves the clock by burning the timeouts. Raiders get the ball back at their own 35. On 4th down and 19, McGloin throws to Streater. The pass is over his head but it hits the defensive back and bounces into Streater's hands. He takes it in for the TD! Raiders go up 19-14. The Colts get the ball back and get to midfield but on 4th and 9, Luck's pass is incomplete. Raiders win! Raiders win! Raiders win! This game had a ton of sacks and interceptions. It was an ugly win but it still counts.

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