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MIAMI DOLPHINS (4-5) vs. CAROLINA PANTHERS (4-5)

1ST QUARTER :
– Panthers (K)John Kasay kicks 29 Yd. FG

2ND QUARTER :
– Dolphins (QB)Chad Henne passes to (RB)Ricky Williams for TD
– Dolphins (RB)Ricky Williams rushes for TD

3RD QUARTER :
– N/A

4TH QUARTER :
– Panthers (K)John Kasay kicks 33 Yd. FG
– Dolphins (K)Dan Carpenter kicks 37 Yd. FG
– Panthers (QB)Jake Delhomme passes to (WR)Steve Smith for TD
– Panthers (RB)DeAngelo Williams rushes for 2 point conversion
– Dolphins (RB)Ricky Williams rushes for TD
– Panthers (K)John Kasay kicks 48 Yd. FG

FINAL SCORE : MIAMI DOLPHINS 24 – CAROLINA PANTHERS 17

Dolphins are now (5-5)
Panthers are now (4-6)

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FIRST QUARTER
– Panthers (RB)DeAngelo Williams rushes for TD
– Panthers (RB)DeAngelo Williams rushes for TD
– Lions (QB)Matthew Stafford passes to (TE)Brandon Pettigrew for TD
– Lions (QB)Matthew Stafford passes to (WR)Bryant Johnson for TD

SECOND QUARTER
– Chargers (QB)Philip Rivers passes to (WR)Vincent Jackson for TD
– Seahawks (RB)Julius Jones rushes for TD
– Titans (QB)Vince Young rushes for TD
– Giants (QB)Eli Manning passes to (WR)Steve Smith for TD
– 49ers (RB)Frank Gore rushes for TD

THIRD QUARTER
– 49ers (QB)Alex Smith passes to (WR)Jason Hill for TD
– Saints (RB)Pierre Thomas rushes for a TD
– Chargers (QB)Philip Rivers passes to (TE)Kris Wilson for TD
– Seahawks (QB)Matt Hasselbeck passes to (WR)T.J. Houshmandzadeh for TD
– Titans (RB)Chris Johnson rushes for TD

FOURTH QUARTER
– Saints (QB)Drew Brees passes to (WR)Robert Meachem for TD
– Giants (QB)Eli Manning passes to (TE)Kevin Boss for TD
– Saints(D/ST) Saints (DT)Anthony Hargrove 1 Yard Fumble Recovery for TD
– Titans (RB)Chris Johnson rushes for a TD
– Chargers (QB)Philip Rivers passes to (WR)Vincent Jackson for TD
– Titans(D/ST) Titans (CB)Cortland Finnegan 39 Yard Interception Return for TD
– Seahawks(D/ST) Seahawks (CB)Josh Wilson 61 Yard Interception Return for TD
– 49ers (QB)Alex Smith passes to (WR)Jason Hill for a TD

FIRST QUARTER
– Jets (RB)Thomas Jones rushes for a TD
– Bengals (QB)Carson Palmer passes to (WR)Chris Henry for a TD
– Falcons (QB)Matt Ryan passes to (WR)Roddy White for a TD
– Bills (RB)Marshawn Lynch rushes for a TD
– Jets (QB)Mark Sanchez rushes for a TD
– Dolphins (RB)Ricky Williams rushes for a TD
– Bengals (QB)Carson Palmer passes to (WR)Chad Ochocinco for a TD
– Dolphins (RB)Ricky Williams rushes for a TD

SECOND QUARTER
– Panthers(D/ST) Panthers (DT)Hollis Thomas and (DE)Tyler Brayton get safety
– Bengals (QB)Carson Palmer passes to (TE)John Paul Foschi for a TD
– Jets (RB)Shonn Greene rushes for a TD
– Dolphins (RB)Ronnie Brown rushes for a TD
– Cowboys (QB)Tony Romo passes to (WR)Miles Austin for a TD
– Bengals (QB)Carson Palmer passes to (WR)Laveranues Coles for a TD

THIRD & FOURTH QUARTER
– Bills (QB)Ryan Fitzpatrick passes to (WR)Lee Evans for a TD
– Jets (QB)Mark Sanchez passes to (WR)David Clowney for a TD
– Bengals (QB)Carson Palmer passes to (WR)Chad Ochocinco for a TD
– Cowboys (QB)Tony Romo passes to (WR)Patrick Crayton for a TD
– Falcons (RB)Michael Turner rushes for a TD
– Cowboys (QB)Tony Romo passes to (WR)Miles Austin for a TD
– Saints (QB)Drew Brees rushes for a TD
– Saints(D/ST) Saints (S)Darren Sharper **42 Yard Interception Return for a TD**
– Bengals (RB)Cedric Benson rushes for a TD
– Jets (RB)Shonn Greene rushes for a TD
– Bears (QB)Jay Cutler passes to (WR)Devin Hester for a TD
– Panthers (RB)DeAngelo Williams rushes for a TD
– Saints (QB)Drew Brees passes to (WR)Marques Colston for a TD
– Cowboys(D/ST) Cowboys (WR)Patrick Crayton **73 Yard Punt Return for a TD**
– Dolphins (RB)Ricky Williams rushes for a TD
– Saints (RB)Reggie Bush rushes for a TD
– Falcons (QB)Matt Ryan passes to (WR)Eric Weems for a TD
– Saints (QB)Drew Brees rushes for a TD
– Saints(D/ST) Saints (CB)Tracy Porter **54 Yard Interception Return for a TD**

This weeks Who’s Hot / Who’s Not is for one late (really late) due to Adam’s wedding (which was a blast by the way). This one is going to be short and sweet because timing is not good at putting this out….but here are my picks for this week.

WHO”S HOT :

1) (QB)Eli Manning – New York Giants (vs. Arizona Cardinals)
Why : The Cardinals rank second to last in pass defense (#31/32) allowing an average of 265.2 yards per game and have given up 9 passing TD’s

2) (RB)DeAngelo Williams – Carolina Panthers (vs. Buffalo Bills)
Why : The Bills and their banged up defense rank dead last (#32/32) in rush defense having given up a staggering average of 181.8 rushing yards per game as well as 8 total rushing TD’s.

3) (WR)Johnny Knox – Chicago Bears (@Cincinnati Bengals)
Why : The Bengals rank (#28/32) in pass defense and have given up 9 passing TD’s.

4) (TE)Dallas Clark – Indianapolis Colts (@ St. Louis Rams)
Why: The Rams rank (#27/32) in pass defense and have given up an average of 252 yards per game with 8 TD’s.

5) (WR)Mohamed Massaquoi – Cleveland Browns (vs. Green Bay Packers)
Why : My sleeper pick of the week is going up against a pass defense that ranks (#10/32) with an average of 192.6 passing yards per game, but they also have given up 9 passing touchdowns. I know Cleveland is a dismal team, but I see (QB)Derek Anderson connecting with Massaquoi for a TD this week.

WHO’S NOT

1) (QB)Donovan McNabb – Philadelphia Eagles (@Washington Redskins)
Why : The Redskins rank third (#3/32) in pass defense, giving up an average of 169 yards per game with only 5 passing TD’s allowed.

2) (RB)Cedric Benson – Cincinnati Bengals (vs. Chicago Bears)
Why : The Bears rank (#6/32) in rush defense allowing an average of 88.4 yards per game with 5 rushing TD’s. I don’t think the Bears will take to Cedric Benson’s claim of the Bears “black-balling” him lightly.

3) (WR)Any Wide Receiver – Oakland Raiders (vs. New York Jets)
Why : The Jets rank (#8/32) in pass defense giving up an average of 187.7 yards per game with only 4 TD’s allowed.

4) (TE)Derek Fine – Buffalo Bills (@Carolina Panthers)
Why : The Panthers rank second (#2/32) in pass defense allowing an average of 156.8 yards per game with only 6 TD’s allowed.

5) (RB)Michael Turner – Atlanta Falcons (@Dallas Cowboys)
Why : The Cowboys are ranked (#17/32) in rush defense allowing an average of 106.4 rushing yards per game but have only given up 2 rushing TD’s all season. So owners “beware”!

– Jaguars (RB)Maurice Jones-Drew rushes for a TD
– Vikings (QB)Brett Favre passes to (TE)Visanthe Shiancoe for a TD
– Buccaneers(D/ST) Buccaneers (S)Tanard Jackson 26 yard interception return for TD
– Rams(D/ST) Rams (DE)Leonard Little 36 yard interception return for TD
– Ravens (QB)Joe Flacco passes to (WR)Mark Clayton for a TD
– Ravens (QB)Joe Flacco passes to (WR)Derrick Mason for a TD
– Jaguars (RB)Maurice Jones-Drew rushes for a TD (2nd this quarter)
– Panthers (RB)DeAngelo Williams rushes for a TD
– Chiefs(D/ST) Chiefs (LB)Tamba Hali sacks (QB)Todd Collins for a Safety
– Ravens (RB)Ray Rice rushes for a TD
– Saints (FB)Heath Evans rushes for a TD
– Giants (QB)David Carr passes to (WR)Hakeem Nicks for a TD

– Texans (QB)Matt Schaub passes to (TE)Owen Daniels for a TD
– Panthers (RB)DeAngelo Williams rushes for a TD
– Steelers (QB)Ben Roethlisberger passes to (TE)Heath Miller for a TD
– Bengals (RB)Cedric Benson rushes for a TD
– Saints (QB)Drew Brees passes to (WR)Robert Meachem for a TD
– Texans (QB)Matt Schaub passes to (RB)Steve Slaton for a TD
– Saints (QB)Drew Brees passes to (WR)Lance Moore for a TD
– Giants (RB)Ahmad Bradshaw rushes for a TD
– Browns(D/ST) Browns (KR)Joshua Cribbs returns kickoff for 98 Yard TD
– Giants (QB)Eli Manning passes to (WR)Mario Manningham for a TD
– Steelers (QB)Ben Roethlisberger passes to (WR)Hines Ward for a TD
– Bengals (QB)Carson Palmer passes to (WR)Laveranues Coles for a TD

WHO’S HOT :

1) (QB)Tom Brady – New England Patriots (vs. Tennessee Titans)
Why : The Titans are ranked (#31/32) in pass defense, giving up an average of 287.6 yards per game. They have also given up 13 touchdowns to pass attempts this season which is second worse in the NFL, to the Lions 15. The Titans are an unbelievable (0-5) and have had so many problems against the pass due to the early season injuries to (CB)Cortland Finnegan, (CB)Nick Harper, and (S)Vincent Fuller. This week they went out and signed, now journeyman, (CB)Roderick Hood to shore up their unit a bit, that consists of rookies (CB)Ryan Mouton and (CB)Jason McCourty, as well as (CB)Cary Williams who has spent time on the Titans practice squad this season. Look for Brady to exploit them, and owners of (WR)Randy Moss and (WR)Wes Welker will benefit.

2) (RB)Rashard Mendenhall – Pittsburgh Steelers (vs. Cleveland Browns)
Why : The Browns rank dead last (#32/32) in run defense, giving up an average of 170.4 rushing yards per game. They also have given up 8 rushing touchdowns this season, which is second to worst in the league (the Texans have given up 9). There are early reports that (RB)Willie Parker may play in this one but I don’t think it will matter if he does, or doesn’t. Either way Mendenhall should have a big game. He has shown he can be the Steelers #1 back, and if he has a good showing this week, I don’t see how there is any looking back as far as Willie Parker is concerned.

3) (WR)Greg Jennings – Green Bay Packers (vs. Detroit Lions)
Why : The Lions rank (#27/32) in pass defense, giving up an average of 244.6 yards per game. They also have given up a league worst in passing touchdowns which is a whopping 15 total. The Lions can’t seem to decide if (CB)Anthony Henry or (CB)Phillip Buchanon will be their starter. They play musical chairs with those 2 constantly. No consistancy at all. Earlier this week the Lions placed (CB)Eric King on Injured Reserve and signed free agent (CB)DeMarcus Faggins to take his spot on the roster. None of these options will put a stop to a hungry Greg Jennings this week.

4) (TE)Jeff King – Carolina Panthers (@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Why : The Buccaneers rank (#21/32) in pass defense, giving up an average of 227.2 yards per game. They also have given up 12 passing touchdowns on the year, which is third worst in the league. I can say that this pick is a risky one, but it seems to me that Jeff King is becoming someone (QB)Jake Delhomme can rely on more and more with each passing week.

5) (WR)Donnie Avery – St. Louis Rams (@ Jacksonville Jaguars)
Why : My sleeper pick this week is going up against a Jaguars pass defense that ranks (#30/32) in the league, giving up an average of 273 yards per game this season, as well as, 11 touchdowns. (QB)Marc Bulger will be returning as the Rams starter, and looked really good in his short return last week. Donnie Avery will be the Rams #1 receiving option this week, and look for Avery to show this week, that last year was no fluke. This kid has talent!

WHO’S NOT :

1) (QB)Matt Cassel – Kansas City Chiefs (@ Washington Redskins)
Why : The Redskins rank (#3/32) in pass defense, giving up an average of 171.2 yards per game with 5 touchdowns allowed. The Redskins have a lot of drama going on with their team right now. Questions have come up about firing Jim Zorn, the players are blaming upper management, and players are blaming other players due to their lackluster performance so far. Despite all of that, I think the Chiefs offensive line will not be able to hold up the pass rush of the Redskins, which will force Cassel to make bad decisions.

2) (RB)Julius Jones – Seattle Seahawks (vs. Arizona Cardinals)
Why : The Cardinals rank first (#1/32) in rushing defense, giving up only an average of 71 yards per game, and a total of 2 rushing TD’s this season. The weird thing about this is the Cardinals rank dead last (#32/32) in pass defense giving up an average of 303 yards per game. Look for (QB)Matt Hasselbeck to stick to the passing game. The numbers say it all!

3) (WR)Terrell Owens – Buffalo Bills (@ New York Jets)
Why : The Jets rank (#8/32) in pass defense, giving up an average of 194.4 yards per game, with 3 passing touchdowns allowed. Don’t let these numbers fool you though. They should be a lot better because they have been without (CB)Lito Sheppard, and (CB)Donald Strickland. Both are expected to be back this week, and after the beating they took last week by the Dolphins offense, head coach Rex Ryan will not let that happen again. Terrell Owens has been practically non-existant this season, and I don’t expect him to be any more visable this week. I expect the Jets to be on shut-down mode, and they won’t take Terrell Owens’s bad season lightly what-so-ever.

4) (TE)Zach Miller – Oakland Raiders (vs. Philadelphia Eagles)
Why : The Eagles rank (#4/32) in pass defense, giving up an average of 171.5 yards per game with 7 touchdowns allowed. 7 touchdowns may seem like alot but it falls in line with the top 3 passing defenses. The Giants (#1) have allowed 4 TD passes, the Panthers (#2) have allowed 6 TD passes, and the Redskins (#3) have allowed 5 TD passes. Then you have to factor in the terrible performance from Raiders (QB)JaMarcus Russell this season and that is why the talented Zach Miller falls under the Who’s Not catagory this week. Zach Miller has so much damn talent, and it’s a shame it’s getting wasted away with such a poor QB. The Raiders need to get a new QB under center for the rest of the season, even if it’s their #2 (QB)Bruce Gradkowski. Maybe JaMarcus Russell just needs a change of scenery to help his cause, because as long as Al Davis is alive……the Raiders will be a terribly run franchise.

5) (RB)DeAngelo Williams – Carolina Panthers (@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Why : My “beware” pick of the week is going up against the Buccaneers who rank (#28/32) in the league in run defense, giving up an average of 152.6 yards per game this season. Now, that is a pretty bad ranking for the Buccaneers, and you would think because of those numbers, “I’m starting DeAngelo Williams this week”. DeAngelo hasn’t put up huge numbers yet this season. Then again, he didn’t really get “hot” until the last half of the season last year. The Buccaneers have only given up a total of 3 rushing touchdowns this season, despite their lowly ranking. Another reason I say beware, is because (RB)Jonathan Stewart has been sneeking in some of those goal-line carries. So if you have a more viable option this week at RB, start him instead.