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Midnight Views Wk. 17



The decade came to a close, and so did the decorated tenure of the Freddie Kitchens era, lets review:

  • Dolphins @ Patriots: 27-24. This was the worst loss of the decade for the Patriots, inexcusable.

  • Packers @ Lions: 23-30. If Aaron Rodgers plays in January with the type of passion he displayed on Sunday, Green Bay could be in for a fun playoff run.

  • Falcons @ Buccaneers: 28-22. The Bucs season ended on a pick six by Jameis Winston, and that ladies and gentlemen is the most fitting end to a season in NFL history.

  • Bears @ Vikings: 21-19. It's showtime Minnesota!!

  • Chargers @ Chiefs: 31-21. Phillip, do us all a favor, stay home in August.

  • Browns @ Bengals: 33-23. Freddie Kitchens was fired so fast, I don't even think he was allowed in the locker-room after the game.

  • Saints @ Panthers: 42-10. Drew Brees and Sean Payton complete another impressive regular season, make it count for something this time.

  • Jets @ Bills: 13-6. Le'Veon Bell's tenure in the Jets is officially over, you heard it here first.

  • Eagles @ Giants: 34-17. There is no quarterback playing better at the position than Carson Wentz.

  • Steelers @ Ravens: 28-10. Get Ben healthy, get Bell back, and this team will be the best team in the AFC in 2020.

  • Cardinals @ Rams: 31-24. Two teams I'm looking forward to watching next season.

  • Raiders @ Broncos: 16-15. Just win in Vegas, baby!!

  • Colts @ Jaguars: 38-20. Luck or no Luck, 7-9 is disappointing for this Indianapolis Colts team.

  • Titans @ Texans: 35-14. Derrick Henry may single handedly play the biggest spoiler in January.

  • Redskins @ Cowboys: 47-16. Big D stands for Big Disappointment.

  • 49ers @ Seahawks: 26-21. round 3 should be fun.



2019 Passing Leaders

  1. Jameis Winston: 5,109 yards 33 TD 30 INT

  2. Dak Prescott: 4,902 yards 30 TD 11 INT

  3. Jared Goff: 4,638 yards 22 TD 16 INT

  4. Phillip Rivers: 4,615 yards 23 TD 20 INT

  5. Matt Ryan: 4,466 yards 26 TD 14 INT

RUSHING LEADERS

  1. Derrick Henry: 1,540 yards 16 TD

  2. Nick Chubb: 1,494 yards 8 TD

  3. Christian McCaffrey: 1,387 yards 15 TD

  4. Ezekiel Elliot: 1,357 yards 12 TD

  5. Chris Carson: 1,230 yards 7 TD

Receiving Leaders

  1. Michael Thomas: 149 catches 1,725 yards 9 TD

  2. Julio Jones: 99 catches 1,384 yards 6 TD

  3. Chris Godwin: 86 catches 1,333 yards 9 TD

  4. Travis Kelce: 97 catches 1,229 yards 5 TD

  5. DeVante Parker: 72 catches 1202 yards 9 TD


Notes

  • Ravens set the league record for most rushing yards by a team in a single season

  • Jameis Winston became the 8th player in NFL history to throw for 5,000 yards

  • Ryan Tannehill earned a $250k bonus for reaching 25 passing touchdowns

  • Jaguars WR Chris Conley earned a total of $250k in bonuses for reaching 45 catches and at least 750 receiving yards

  • Randal Cobb earned a $250K bonus after catching 5 passes on Sunday bringing his total to 55 for the season.

  • Raheem Mostert earned a $250k incentive for eclipsing 750 rushing yards in the season.


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