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2023 NFL Season Recap
By Zane Miller On Sunday, February 11th, 2024, the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 25-22 in overtime in Super Bowl LVIII to win the 104th championship in NFL history. It was the fourth championship for the Chiefs franchise, and third since becoming NFL members. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes earned his third Super Bowl MVP Award, with the game being held at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada. Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson won his second MVP Award with 24 passing touchdowns and 3,678 passing yards, while Cleveland Browns defensive lineman Myles Garrett won his first Defensive Player of the Year Award with four forced fumbles and 14 sacks. Out of Playoffs: New Orleans Saints (9-8), Indianapolis Colts (9-8), Jacksonville Jaguars (9-8), Cincinnati Bengals (9-8), Seattle Seahawks (9-8), Denver Broncos (8-9), Las Vegas Raiders (8-9), Chicago Bears (7-10), Minnesota Vikings (7-10), Atlanta Falcons (7-10), New York Jets (7-10), New York Giants (6-11), Tennessee Titans (6-11), Los Angeles Chargers (5-12), Arizona Cardinals (4-13), Washington Commanders (4-13), New England Patriots (4-13), Carolina Panthers (2-15) Out in first round: Dallas Cowboys (L 48-32 to Packers), Philadelphia Eagles (L 32-9 to Buccaneers), Cleveland Browns (L 45-14 to Texans), Los Angeles Rams (L 24-23 to Lions), Miami Dolphins (L 26-7 to Chiefs), Pittsburgh Steelers (L 31-17 to Bills) Out in second round: Buffalo Bills (L 27-24 to Chiefs), Houston Texans (L 34-10 to Ravens), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (L 31-23 to Lions), Green Bay Packers (L 24-21 to 49ers) Out in third round: Baltimore Ravens (L 17-10 to Chiefs), Detroit Lions (L 34-31 to 49ers) Most passing touchdowns: #4 Dak Prescott (Cowboys)- 36 TD Most rushing touchdowns: #31 Raheem Mostert (Dolphins)- 18 TD Most receiving touchdowns: #10 Tyreek Hill (Dolphins)- 13 TD & 1,799 yds Most sacks: #90 TJ Watt (Steelers)- 19 sacks Most forced fumbles: #31 Antoine Winfield Jr. (Buccaneers)- 6 FF & 4 fumble recoveries Most interceptions: #26 DaRon Bland (Cowboys)- 9 INT Best field goal percentage (min. 13 attempts): #6 Nick Folk (Titans)- 29 for 30, 96.7% Scoring Summary Link to stats database: https://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/2023/
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zmiller82updated
2023 NFL Season Recap
By Zane Miller On Sunday, February 11th, 2024, the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 25-22 in overtime in Super Bowl LVIII to win the 104th championship in NFL history. It was the fourth championship for the Chiefs franchise, and third since becoming NFL members. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes earned his third Super Bowl MVP Award, with the game being held at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada. Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson won his second MVP Award with 24 passing touchdowns and 3,678 passing yards, while Cleveland Browns defensive lineman Myles Garrett won his first Defensive Player of the Year Award with four forced fumbles and 14 sacks. Out of Playoffs: New Orleans Saints (9-8), Indianapolis Colts (9-8), Jacksonville Jaguars (9-8), Cincinnati Bengals (9-8), Seattle Seahawks (9-8), Denver Broncos (8-9), Las Vegas Raiders (8-9), Chicago Bears (7-10), Minnesota Vikings (7-10), Atlanta Falcons (7-10), New York Jets (7-10), New York Giants (6-11), Tennessee Titans (6-11), Los Angeles Chargers (5-12), Arizona Cardinals (4-13), Washington Commanders (4-13), New England Patriots (4-13), Carolina Panthers (2-15) Out in first round: Dallas Cowboys (L 48-32 to Packers), Philadelphia Eagles (L 32-9 to Buccaneers), Cleveland Browns (L 45-14 to Texans), Los Angeles Rams (L 24-23 to Lions), Miami Dolphins (L 26-7 to Chiefs), Pittsburgh Steelers (L 31-17 to Bills) Out in second round: Buffalo Bills (L 27-24 to Chiefs), Houston Texans (L 34-10 to Ravens), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (L 31-23 to Lions), Green Bay Packers (L 24-21 to 49ers) Out in third round: Baltimore Ravens (L 17-10 to Chiefs), Detroit Lions (L 34-31 to 49ers) Most passing touchdowns: #4 Dak Prescott (Cowboys)- 36 TD Most rushing touchdowns: #31 Raheem Mostert (Dolphins)- 18 TD Most receiving touchdowns: #10 Tyreek Hill (Dolphins)- 13 TD & 1,799 yds Most sacks: #90 TJ Watt (Steelers)- 19 sacks Most forced fumbles: #31 Antoine Winfield Jr. (Buccaneers)- 6 FF & 4 fumble recoveries Most interceptions: #26 DaRon Bland (Cowboys)- 9 INT Best field goal percentage (min. 13 attempts): #6 Nick Folk (Titans)- 29 for 30, 96.7% Scoring Summary Link to stats database: https://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/2023/
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zmiller82updated
2023 NFL Season Recap
By Zane Miller On Sunday, February 11th, 2024, the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 25-22 in overtime in Super Bowl LVIII to win the 104th championship in NFL history. It was the fourth championship for the Chiefs franchise, and third since becoming NFL members. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes earned his third Super Bowl MVP Award, with the game being held at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada. Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson won his second MVP Award with 24 passing touchdowns and 3,678 passing yards, while Cleveland Browns defensive lineman Myles Garrett won his first Defensive Player of the Year Award with four forced fumbles and 14 sacks. Out of Playoffs: New Orleans Saints (9-8), Indianapolis Colts (9-8), Jacksonville Jaguars (9-8), Cincinnati Bengals (9-8), Seattle Seahawks (9-8), Denver Broncos (8-9), Las Vegas Raiders (8-9), Chicago Bears (7-10), Minnesota Vikings (7-10), Atlanta Falcons (7-10), New York Jets (7-10), New York Giants (6-11), Tennessee Titans (6-11), Los Angeles Chargers (5-12), Arizona Cardinals (4-13), Washington Commanders (4-13), New England Patriots (4-13), Carolina Panthers (2-15) Out in first round: Dallas Cowboys (L 48-32 to Packers), Philadelphia Eagles (L 32-9 to Buccaneers), Cleveland Browns (L 45-14 to Texans), Los Angeles Rams (L 24-23 to Lions), Miami Dolphins (L 26-7 to Chiefs), Pittsburgh Steelers (L 31-17 to Bills) Out in second round: Buffalo Bills (L 27-24 to Chiefs), Houston Texans (L 34-10 to Ravens), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (L 31-23 to Lions), Green Bay Packers (L 24-21 to 49ers) Out in third round: Baltimore Ravens (L 17-10 to Chiefs), Detroit Lions (L 34-31 to 49ers) Most passing touchdowns: #4 Dak Prescott (Cowboys)- 36 TD Most rushing touchdowns: #31 Raheem Mostert (Dolphins)- 18 TD Most receiving touchdowns: #10 Tyreek Hill (Dolphins)- 13 TD & 1,799 yds Most sacks: #90 TJ Watt (Steelers)- 19 sacks Most forced fumbles: #31 Antoine Winfield Jr. (Buccaneers)- 6 FF & 4 fumble recoveries Most interceptions: #26 DaRon Bland (Cowboys)- 9 INT Best field goal percentage (min. 13 attempts): #6 Nick Folk (Titans)- 29 for 30, 96.7% Scoring Summary Link to stats database: https://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/2023/
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