Archive for October 20th, 2014

Seattle Lost Two In A Row, Jags Got First Win, Packers Continue To Roll, Peyton Manning Sets Record For Most TD’s


In the NFL, the Seattle Seahawks were coming off a disappointing loss to the Dallas Cowboys last weekend, and were looking for blood as they traveled to play the St. Louis Rams.  Except, the Rams were ready for them.  The Rams got a solid rushing game from former Auburn stand-out Tre Mason, and they even pulled some fake punt trickery to help secure the win.  This was a major shocker to the defending Super Bowl champs who have now lost two in a row, and have an average 3-3 record.  After their recent trade of Percy Harvin trade and the way they’re playing right now, there is no guarantee that Seattle will even make the playoffs.  St. Louis 28, Seattle 26.

In Jacksonville, the Jaguars were still searching for their first win of the season against a relatively sturdy Cleveland Browns team.  The Jags boasted one of the best defensive team performances of the week, and were finally able to nab their first win, and get the goose egg off of their record.  Jacksonville 24, Cleveland 6.

In Green Bay, the Packers continued to click on all cylinders.  They had to take on what is typically thought as one of the best defenses in the league, the Carolina Panthers.  This Packers team is playing with such poise, that incredible defenses don’t even phase them.  Aaron Rodgers threw another 3 touchdown passes to give the Packers the easy victory.  Green Bay 38, Carolina 17.

Peyton ManningAnd finally, on Sunday Night Football, we got to witness history as Peyton Manning broke Brett Favre’s record for most touchdown passes in NFL history.  Favre’s record stood at 508, and on a pass to Demaryius Thomas, Manning made it 509….and then even managed one more to bring it to 510 during the game. And Manning certainly isn’t done for the season and possibly for his career.  This is a record that is going to stand for a very long time.   Plus, the Broncos crushed the Niners.  Denver 42, San Francisco 17.

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