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2017 NFL Season Recap
By Zane Miller On Sunday, February 4th, 2018, the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl LII to win the 98th championship in NFL history. It was the fourth (and, as of this writing, most recent) championship for the Eagles franchise as Eagles quarterback Nick Foles won the Super Bowl MVP Award. The game was held at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady won his third MVP Award with 32 passing touchdowns and 4,577 passing yards, while Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald won the 2017 Defensive Player of the Year Award with five forced fumbles and 11 sacks. Out of Playoffs: Detroit Lions (9-7), Dallas Cowboys (9-7), Seattle Seahawks (9-7), Baltimore Ravens (9-7), Los Angeles Chargers (9-7), Arizona Cardinals (8-8), Cincinnati Bengals (7-9), Green Bay Packers (7-9), Washington Redskins (7-9), Miami Dolphins (6-10), Oakland Raiders (6-10), San Francisco 49ers (6-10), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-11), New York Jets (5-11), Denver Broncos (5-11), Chicago Bears (5-11), Indianapolis Colts (4-12), Houston Texans (4-12), New York Giants (3-13), Cleveland Browns (0-16) Out in first round: Los Angeles Rams (L 26-13 to Falcons), Kansas City Chiefs (L 22-21 to Titans), Carolina Panthers (L 31-26 to Saints), Buffalo Bills (L 10-3 to Jaguars) Out in second round: Pittsburgh Steelers (L 45-42 to Jaguars), New Orleans Saints (L 29-24 to Vikings), Tennessee Titans (L 35-14 to Patriots), Atlanta Falcons (L 15-10 to Eagles) Out in third round: Minnesota Vikings (L 38-7 to Eagles), Jacksonville Jaguars (L 24-20 to Patriots) Most passing touchdowns: #3 Russell Wilson (Seahawks)- 34 TD Most rushing touchdowns: #30 Todd Gurley (Rams)- 13 TD Most receiving touchdowns: #10 DeAndre Hopkins (Texans)- 13 TD Most sacks: #55 Chandler Jones (Cardinals)- 17 sacks Most forced fumbles: #91 Yannick Ngakoue (Jaguars)- 6 FF Most interceptions: #31 Kevin Byard (Titans)- 8 INT & 130 yds Best field goal percentage (min. 12 attempts): #9 Graham Gano (Panthers)- 29 for 30, 96.7% Scoring Summary Link to stats database: https://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/2017/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Zmiller_82
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zmiller82
2017 NFL Season Recap
By Zane Miller On Sunday, February 4th, 2018, the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl LII to win the 98th championship in NFL history. It was the fourth (and, as of this writing, most recent) championship for the Eagles franchise as Eagles quarterback Nick Foles won the Super Bowl MVP Award. The game was held at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady won his third MVP Award with 32 passing touchdowns and 4,577 passing yards, while Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald won the 2017 Defensive Player of the Year Award with five forced fumbles and 11 sacks. Out of Playoffs: Detroit Lions (9-7), Dallas Cowboys (9-7), Seattle Seahawks (9-7), Baltimore Ravens (9-7), Los Angeles Chargers (9-7), Arizona Cardinals (8-8), Cincinnati Bengals (7-9), Green Bay Packers (7-9), Washington Redskins (7-9), Miami Dolphins (6-10), Oakland Raiders (6-10), San Francisco 49ers (6-10), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-11), New York Jets (5-11), Denver Broncos (5-11), Chicago Bears (5-11), Indianapolis Colts (4-12), Houston Texans (4-12), New York Giants (3-13), Cleveland Browns (0-16) Out in first round: Los Angeles Rams (L 26-13 to Falcons), Kansas City Chiefs (L 22-21 to Titans), Carolina Panthers (L 31-26 to Saints), Buffalo Bills (L 10-3 to Jaguars) Out in second round: Pittsburgh Steelers (L 45-42 to Jaguars), New Orleans Saints (L 29-24 to Vikings), Tennessee Titans (L 35-14 to Patriots), Atlanta Falcons (L 15-10 to Eagles) Out in third round: Minnesota Vikings (L 38-7 to Eagles), Jacksonville Jaguars (L 24-20 to Patriots) Most passing touchdowns: #3 Russell Wilson (Seahawks)- 34 TD Most rushing touchdowns: #30 Todd Gurley (Rams)- 13 TD Most receiving touchdowns: #10 DeAndre Hopkins (Texans)- 13 TD Most sacks: #55 Chandler Jones (Cardinals)- 17 sacks Most forced fumbles: #91 Yannick Ngakoue (Jaguars)- 6 FF Most interceptions: #31 Kevin Byard (Titans)- 8 INT & 130 yds Best field goal percentage (min. 12 attempts): #9 Graham Gano (Panthers)- 29 for 30, 96.7% Scoring Summary Link to stats database: https://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/2017/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Zmiller_82
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zmiller82
2017 NFL Season Recap
By Zane Miller On Sunday, February 4th, 2018, the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl LII to win the 98th championship in NFL history. It was the fourth (and, as of this writing, most recent) championship for the Eagles franchise as Eagles quarterback Nick Foles won the Super Bowl MVP Award. The game was held at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady won his third MVP Award with 32 passing touchdowns and 4,577 passing yards, while Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald won the 2017 Defensive Player of the Year Award with five forced fumbles and 11 sacks. Out of Playoffs: Detroit Lions (9-7), Dallas Cowboys (9-7), Seattle Seahawks (9-7), Baltimore Ravens (9-7), Los Angeles Chargers (9-7), Arizona Cardinals (8-8), Cincinnati Bengals (7-9), Green Bay Packers (7-9), Washington Redskins (7-9), Miami Dolphins (6-10), Oakland Raiders (6-10), San Francisco 49ers (6-10), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-11), New York Jets (5-11), Denver Broncos (5-11), Chicago Bears (5-11), Indianapolis Colts (4-12), Houston Texans (4-12), New York Giants (3-13), Cleveland Browns (0-16) Out in first round: Los Angeles Rams (L 26-13 to Falcons), Kansas City Chiefs (L 22-21 to Titans), Carolina Panthers (L 31-26 to Saints), Buffalo Bills (L 10-3 to Jaguars) Out in second round: Pittsburgh Steelers (L 45-42 to Jaguars), New Orleans Saints (L 29-24 to Vikings), Tennessee Titans (L 35-14 to Patriots), Atlanta Falcons (L 15-10 to Eagles) Out in third round: Minnesota Vikings (L 38-7 to Eagles), Jacksonville Jaguars (L 24-20 to Patriots) Most passing touchdowns: #3 Russell Wilson (Seahawks)- 34 TD Most rushing touchdowns: #30 Todd Gurley (Rams)- 13 TD Most receiving touchdowns: #10 DeAndre Hopkins (Texans)- 13 TD Most sacks: #55 Chandler Jones (Cardinals)- 17 sacks Most forced fumbles: #91 Yannick Ngakoue (Jaguars)- 6 FF Most interceptions: #31 Kevin Byard (Titans)- 8 INT & 130 yds Best field goal percentage (min. 12 attempts): #9 Graham Gano (Panthers)- 29 for 30, 96.7% Scoring Summary Link to stats database: https://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/2017/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Zmiller_82
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