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2010 NFL Week 18 Game Recaps



Seahawks 41, Saints 36

  • Wow. Remember when Matt Hasselbeck's pass bounced off of Ben Obomanu's hands and into the arms of a Saints defensive back, leading to a subsequent Saints touchdown that made the game 10-0? I assumed I screwed up my 3-unit Seahawks +10 pick, and was getting ready to receive loads of hate mail for it.

    Despite being down by 10 on two occasions and struggling to stop Drew Brees early on, Seattle never gave up. The defense eventually made enough stops, while Matt Hasselbeck inexplicably looked like he was the same quarterback who commanded the Seahawks to a Super Bowl appearance five years ago.

  • I really can't believe how well Hasselbeck played. He looked like a shell of his former self all year, carelessly tossing multiple interceptions every week. Against the Saints, however, Hasselbeck went 22-of-35 for 272 yards, four touchdowns and a pick that wasn't his fault. He also endured several drops, as well as a poor route by Mike Williams (5-68, TD) that could have been a long score.

    New Orleans' secondary just didn't have a chance. Strong safety Roman Harper was torched on numerous occasions, and the team desperately missed Malcolm Jenkins.

    Hasselbeck will be a free agent in March. It now appears as though he could be retained, barring a disastrous performance in the next couple of weeks.

  • Hasselbeck wasn't the only offensive player to come up huge after struggling the entire season. Marshawn Lynch, who often ran sluggishly this year, bulldozed the Saints for 131 yards on 19 carries. Lynch had one touchdown, which was one of the greatest runs I've ever seen in my life; the former Bill broke eight tackles (including one nasty stiff-arm) en route to a 67-yard score.

  • Two more Seahawks who experienced a resurgence: John Carlson (3-17, 2 TDs) and Brandon Stokley (4-73, TD). You have to wonder where this has been all year.

  • As for the Saints, they're just yet another team to fail to reach the second round of the playoffs following a Super Bowl victory. The last franchise to do this was New England - back in 2004.

  • Don't blame Drew Brees for this shocking loss; he went 39-of-60 for 404 yards and two touchdowns. Brees was victimized by poor pass protection, a lacking running game (both Pierre Thomas and Chris Ivory were out) and shaky play-calling at times; on one of the most important plays of the contest - a 4th-and-1 in their own territory down 14 at the end of the third quarter - Sean Payton opted to give Julius Jones the ball. Jones was stuffed at the line of scrimmage, bringing joy to all the Seattle fans who watched Jones waste carries for years in the Pacific Northwest.





    Jets 17, Colts 16

  • The Jets did a lot of growing up Saturday night. Rex Ryan finally beat Peyton Manning, while Mark Sanchez orchestrated a brilliant game-winning drive, culminating with Nick Folk's decisive 32-yard field goal.

    Sanchez (18-of-31, 189 yards, INT) was brutal in the first half. He was sailing his throws, missing a wide-open receiver in the end zone for a touchdown. Later on the same possession, Sanchez tossed an interception when he overthrew his target.

    However, Sanchez calmed down after intermission. He was suddenly way more accurate. And on the team's final drive, he called the play himself that resulted in an 18-yard completion to Braylon Edwards, giving Folk an easy kick.

  • LaDainian Tomlinson looked great. He was exceptional at the beginning of the year, but appeared to wear down as the season went on. But he looked like the old LT at Indianapolis, rushing for 82 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries. Shonn Greene (19-70) was also effective.

  • Ryan's defense did a great job limiting Peyton Manning and his offense to 312 total yards. The Colts had just one big play, a 56-yard bomb to Pierre Garcon (5-112, TD), who beat Antonio Cromartie. Outside of that, Indianapolis moved the chains, but couldn't get into the end zone.

    Manning went 18-of-26 for 225 yards and a touchdown. He remarkably attempted just one pass inside the red zone, which was an incompletion to Jacob Tamme. Manning simply didn't have many options at his disposal; Darrelle Revis completely erased Reggie Wayne, who caught one ball for one measly yard.

  • The Colts ran the ball efficiently out of shotgun draws on third-and-long, as Joseph Addai (13-60) and Dominic Rhodes (14-33) each achieved an unexpected first down in that situation. Unfortunately for Indianapolis, the team went to the well one too many times. They failed on their final attempt, forcing to settle for a field goal.

    Speaking of a poor coaching decision, what was Jim Caldwell doing when he called a timeout with 29 seconds remaining in regulation amid a running clock? Instead of being forced into an unfavorable 50-yard field goal, the Jets were able to run another play - which is when Sanchez hit Edwards for 18 yards along the sideline.




    Ravens 30, Chiefs 7

  • Ah, so this is what happens when the Chiefs play a good team at home. It's really a shame that Kansas City wasted a playoff spot; the Chargers would have been much more competitive (until Nate Kaeding's perennial choke job, that is.)

  • If you didn't watch this game, you might find it hard to believe that this game was in doubt for Baltimore at intermission. The score was 10-7, thanks to a late score by the Ravens. In fact, it was 7-3 for most of the first half. Baltimore had complete control of the game when Joe Flacco fumbled at midfield. A couple of plays later, Jamaal Charles broke through for a 41-yard touchdown run.

    When this happened, I wrote, "Are the Chiefs really going to get another B.S. win?" Thankfully, the better team won in Arrowhead this time. I just didn't feel like watching a Round 2 blowout in Pittsburgh. The four units didn't hurt either.

  • Not to completely rag on the Chiefs - OK, fine, this is fun - Phil Simms said at the end of the broadcast, "The Ravens exposed some of Kansas City's flaws, but they'll take care of them this offseason."

    I really don't think that's possible. The offensive line stinks, there's no No. 2 receiver and the defense has holes, but the Chiefs' greatest flaw is Matt Cassel. Cassel (9-of-18, 70 yards, 3 INTs) is not a legitimate starting quarterback in the NFL. He thrived this season because of all the horrific opponents he played, but as Simms said, Baltimore finally exposed Kansas City's flaw.

    Adding insult to injury, things won't be any better for Cassel next year with Charlie Weis headed to Florida.

  • You really have to wonder what happened to Charles (9-82, TD). He ran the ball just twice in the second half. One of those carries was the turning point of the game - down 10-7 early in the third quarter, Todd Haley opted to go for it on 4th-and-inches on Baltimore's 33. Charles was stuffed for a 4-yard loss, and didn't receive a single carry after that.

    Following that botched fourth-down attempt, the Chiefs' offense had minus-23 yards of offense with three turnovers. There was nearly a fourth, but Cassel was saved by the tuck rule.

  • One more thing on the Chiefs: Dwayne Bowe didn't catch a single pass. It's hard to tell whether Cassel was too inept to get him the ball, or Bowe was actually hurt despite the fact that Kansas City took him off the injury report late in the week.

  • As for the Ravens, they'll move on to play the Steelers next week. Flacco has never beaten Ben Roethlisberger, so this would be a good time to get over that hurdle.

    Flacco played great Sunday, as he improved to 4-2 in the postseason. Flacco went 25-of-34 for 265 yards and two touchdowns, breaking Baltimore single-game playoff records for yards and completions. He took some sacks early and had that aforementioned fumble - Tamba Hali was a monster - but Flacco decided to scramble often in the second half. He gained 26 yards on seven important rushes.

  • Flacco often targeted Todd Heap, who constantly beat rookie safety Eric Berry. Heap caught 10 balls for 108 yards, becoming the first Ravens player to ever accumulate 10 receptions in a playoff game.




    Packers 21, Eagles 16

  • Dom Capers is a hell of a defensive coordinator. Coming into this game, the big question was how QB Dog Killer would deal with Capers' trademark blitzes behind a horrid offensive line. But the Packers seldom blitzed, especially in the first half; they sent extra pass-rushers only four times prior to intermission.

    QB Dog Killer still made some nice plays, going 20-of-36 for 292 yards, one touchdown and an interception. He was plagued by several drops (mostly by Jason Avant) and his weak front line. Right tackle Winston Justice was benched in the fourth quarter after being abused by Clay Matthews. Justice somehow had three penalties in a span of just two plays.

  • The Eagles just looked out of rhythm all afternoon, which can't be a surprise because aside from a fluky 8-minute rally against the capsizing Giants, they haven't played well in a month. I already mentioned the offensive line and drops. QB Dog Killer made some poor clock-management decisions down the stretch. On the Eagles' final play, QB Dog Killer lobbed up an underthrown ball for Riley Cooper instead of spiking it. Green Bay corner Tramon Williams, who somehow didn't make the Pro Bowl, came up with the game-clinching interception.

    And then there was David Akers... Akers, who has a long, great postseason track record, whiffed on attempts from 41 and 34 yards. The first miss was excusable; he was going against a strong wind. The second kick was an easy try that Akers can usually make in his sleep.

    After the game, someone vandalized Akers' Wikipedia page, writing, "He looks at kid porn on his computer and donates all of his salary to Al Qaeda and the Taliban." Not that there's anything wrong with that.

  • Congrats to Aaron Rodgers, who won his first playoff game. Rodgers was outstanding, going 18-of-27 for 180 yards and three scores. Like QB Dog Killer, Rodgers was hurt by drops. There were three big ones, including a potential 60-yard touchdown by James Jones at the end of the first half.

  • I don't think anyone thought the Packers would rush for 138 yards in this game. Rookie James Starks was outstanding, generating 123 yards on 23 attempts. He's an explosive runner who could be the team's back of the future.

  • The Packers travel to Atlanta next week to avenge a last-second regular-season loss back in Week 12. No NFC six-seed has ever won the Super Bowl before, but the Packers have a great chance to buck that trend. They could be the second-best team in the NFL. At least I think so.



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    Adam C 10-22-2012 04:41 am xxx.xxx.xxx5.56 (total posts: 1)
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    According to the rules if Freeman stays in the pocket that play at the end is a touchdown but apparently the NFL rules committee never saw a situation where a QB rolls out and the DB just decides to push the WR out of bounds so he can't be eligible. Once again the NFL rules committee clearly shows they don't know what they're doing.
    JC 10-21-2012 10:21 am xxx.xxx.xxx1.57 (total posts: 2)
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    the arguments above leave out injury risk of a free kick vs a kneel down. Also, the whistle blew on the Lynch fumble early and the replay showed Lynch recovered his own fumble. I think it would have changed the ball position by about a yard or two.
    KMOB 10-20-2012 02:58 pm xxx.xxx.xxx3.28 (total posts: 1)
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    Declining the safety is 100% the right move. There have been 0 fumbles on kneel downs in over 800 attempts since 2010, as recorded by ESPN. The Rivers fumble Walt refers to was not on a kneel down - they were in regular offensive formation and Rivers was not simply about to take the snap and kneel.

    The Seahawks would have had over 40 seconds, and while it is unlikely that they score twice, the possibility exists. Not only that, why would a coach with Super Bowl aspirations expose his team to a dangerous special teams play, followed possibly by additional defensive and special teams plays on top of that? Why not ensure your team is as healthy as possibly while still preserving a win which, according to recent statistics, is 100% guaranteed?

    I don't see anyone up in arms about the times that RBs (I can picture MJD doing it at least once) have chosen to go down at the 1 yard line so their teams can kneel it out rather than score a touchdown. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3fVn8TE2XM - this is with his team BEHIND and still needing to make a FG. And he got praise form every corner.

    Just because it costs you money doesn't mean it's the wrong play.
    lol walt 10-19-2012 02:48 pm xxx.xxx.xxx26.3 (total posts: 6)
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    I love how walt does this. Anyone who frequents this site would know that walt is the best at making his point of view sound better after he is wrong. He does this even better than I do.

    Directly from above...

    "What's more likely to happen:
    A) Fumbled snap on a kneel down (has happened before)

    Or

    B) Onside kick recovery
    60-yard touchdown
    Onside kick recovery
    30-yard play to put the team in field-goal position
    Field goal
    ...All in 22 seconds and no timeouts?"

    I love walt so easily forgets to mention the little fact that seattle would still need to score a touchdown with no timeouts if you choose A. Yes, in order for A to work out, you ONLY need to fumble the snap...you wouldn't need to go 80 yards down the field with no timeouts or anything like that.

    And he seems to mention "22 seconds" quite a lot even though by now it is well known that there was in fact 43 seconds left at that point. lol walt
    wow you're bitter about that declined penalty 10-19-2012 02:10 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.232 (total posts: 1)
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    you can rationalize all you want about Harbaugh's decision to decline. For a safety standpoint, it's much safer for his players to not have to play a kick off return. Bottom line, you are just seriously bitter about the two points for the cover.
    foggwest 10-19-2012 01:28 pm xxx.xxx.xxx4.75 (total posts: 1)
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    @ Stewart [ as well as others ] : Unless there has been a rule change that I'm not aware of, the team that committed the safety has the option of a free kick from their own 20 yard line. The free kick can be either a punt or a kickoff. In the last few years more teams have gone to using a punt because of the hang time allowing for better kick coverage. In the case of last night's game the Seahawks would have used an onside kick if the safety stood.
    Am I the only one that thought the penalty in the end zone was questionable ? The referee called it a ' chop block' not holding. On the replay the lineman hit the defensive player around the waist from the side which looked legal to me.
    Intelligent Human Being 10-19-2012 01:07 pm xxx.xxx.xxx0.19 (total posts: 2)
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    I have many friends who gamble heavily and think they are gods gift to betting, know everything under the sun, and are never wrong. When they lose a game, and something out of the ordinary happens, or even when the game is normal, they all go to the same excuse. The games are fixed, there is this huge conspiracy against gamblers so vegas can make money. Its a coping mechanism used to soothe their bruised egos. I got news for you, Walter included, you are not always right, games are not fixed, vegas makes enough money from idiots like you, get over it. By the way, I bet games as well, not as heavy as some of you. I win some, I lose some, regardless of winning or losing I don't ever blame anyone else for what happened.

    Side note, never ever hear games are fixed by people winning the bets...hmm that makes you think doesn't it? Stop crying like babies and Man Up.
    Stewart 10-19-2012 01:07 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.226 (total posts: 1)
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    How could Seattle have attempted an onside kick? Don't they have to punt after a safety? You can't recover a punt unless it's touched and either fumbled or muffed.
    blapblap 10-19-2012 12:57 pm xxx.xxx.xxx4.46 (total posts: 1)
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    it was the correct call. ...
    Sake Master 10-19-2012 12:47 pm xxx.xxx.xxx9.52 (total posts: 1)
    5     6

    I wouldn't have bet this game, laying too many points
    RichmondPete 10-19-2012 11:57 am xxx.xxx.xxx.189 (total posts: 1)
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    If it was fixed then why did they call the safety in the first place? Are you suggesting that Harbaugh himself had money on the game?
    Intelligent Human Being 10-19-2012 11:19 am xxx.xxx.xxx0.19 (total posts: 2)
    69     5

    For all of you idiots complaining this game was fixed. Did all of you forget that the safety happened because of a call made by a referee. Then Harbaugh decided he wanted to take the ball immediately rather than risk a special teams play where ANYTHING can happen including getting a player hurt or possibly losing the ball. His job as a coach is to win the game, not cover spreads. And if the game was so fixed, then why on earth would the referee make the holding call in the end zone to give san fran those points? But its so fixed that Harbaugh said no, I bet the seahawks you silly referee, take those points away that you gave me because you are fixing the game wrong. Christ people, get your heads out of your asses and stop seeing games from a degenerate gambler's point of view. Bunch of idiots, and by the way if you had any intelligence whatsoever you were betting the under last night and not worrying about spreads. Stop making excuses for being bad at gambling.
    Booby HIll 10-19-2012 11:05 am xxx.xxx.xxx1.20 (total posts: 1)
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    He made the call to decrease chance of his players getting injured. It's that simple.
    "do you guys know" is an idiot 10-19-2012 09:53 am xxx.xxx.xxx8.30 (total posts: 1)
    17     7

    there is no such thing as a punt kick off, its a drop ball kick off and follows the same kick off rules. you can still go for an onside kick. in fact, it may be easier considering the kicker has more control of the ball.
    Chris 10-19-2012 09:13 am xxx.xxx.xxx26.3 (total posts: 6)
    52     23

    Also just read the last paragraph here:

    "*Note - Many are arguing that Harbaugh made the right call because the Seahawks would have attempted an onside kick. No, he didn't. What if the 49ers fumbled the snap on the kneel down, a la Philip Rivers? Going up two possessions with 20 seconds remaining would have been the right move. Even if the Seahawks recovered, they would've had to have scored twice. "

    Rivers didn't fumble on a normal kneel down play to end the game. He fumbled trying to center the ball for a field goal. It is not the same thing. You never see anyone fumble on game ending kneel downs.

    Also, there were more than 40 seconds left at the point when San Fran. declined the penalty, not 20. Seattle definitely had a greater chance of winning the game if they were able to kick off.


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