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PostSubject: 2015 SSFL Article #1 (Week 7)   Tue Oct 28, 2014 5:34 pm


Almost halfway through our second season here in the SSFL, there have been plenty of shake-ups and rumors brewing throughout the league. There are plenty of surprises and disappointments from last year so lets get into it.


Kansas City Chiefs (5-1) : After missing the postseason by a game last season the Chiefs have come out this year red hot, they started on a 5 game winning streak only losing to the previous AFC Wild Card, Pittsburgh Steelers. Questions still remain as to whether they are a contender or pretender but we will soon find out how serious Kansas City is.

New York Jets (6-1) : The Jets finished a very disappointing 1-15 last year, however under new management they have found their way into serious title talks and only sit a game behind last year's division winner, the Miami Dolphins. We still need to see a bit more to be able to call them a truly elite team but the turnaround so far has been amazing.

Carolina Panthers (4-2) : The Panthers finished 3rd last season in most loses, at 2-14 but so far this season hold a grip on the NFC South sitting 2 games ahead of every other team. After such a terrible season last year they had no where to go but up, their ease of schedule certainly has something to do with their progress so far so we still need to see if they are truly a winning team.

Baltimore Ravens (4-3) : After starting 0-3 the fans in Baltimore demanded new management and that is exactly what they got, after the change the Ravens are on a 4 game winning streak. Which includes wins against the Steelers and the reigning super bowl champions Browns. It is safe to say this team should not be taken lightly and will almost certainly make noise in the playoffs if they can make it.


New England Patriots (1-5): After making some huge moves this offseason, which include the acquisitions of both Julio Jones and Dez Bryant, the Patriots so far this season have been flat-out disappointing. Even with the Dolphins and Jets in their division who are both respectively showing that they aren't pushovers, one would expect the Patriots to at least be .500

San Diego Chargers (3-3): After last seasons playoff berth many expected the SuperChargers to go towards the top, however due to their mismanagement of cap they are sitting at the middle of the pack. They were forced to trade Kennan Allen to the Bears in efforts to clear some space and now seem to be in a rebuilding mode.

Pittsburgh Steelers (3-3) : For some of the same reasons as the Chargers, the Steelers were expected to go to the top this season and are now sitting at .500, after loses to the 49ers and Ravens the Steelers will need to get a grip and buckle down soon if they plan on claiming a wild card again.



QB Cam Newton (DEN) : 1,771 Passing Yards , 17 TDs 11 Ints

QB Drew Brees (NO) : 1,750 Passing Yards , 12 TDs 9 Ints

QB R. Griffin III (WAS) : 1,723 Passing Yards , 23 TDs 3 Ints

QB Peyton Manning (NY) : 1,645 Passing Yards , 18 TDs 8 Ints

QB Andrew Luck (IND) : 1,638 Passing Yards , 17 TDs 5 Ints


HB Dri Archer (WAS) : 195 Rushes , 1,396 Rushing Yards 18 TDs

HB Jamaal Charles (SF) : 140 Rushes , 1,280 Rushing Yards 11 TDs

HB Kenjon Barner (CHI) : 104 Rushes , 870 Rushing Yards 7 TDs

HB Ben Tate (CLE) : 146 Rushes, 827 Rushing Yards 5 TDs

HB Thailand Forest (KC) : 124 rushes, 757 Rushing Yards 7 TDs

Receiving :

WR DeSean Jackson (WAS) : 30 receptions, 893 receiving 14 TDs

WR Calvin Johnson (DET) : 45 receptions, 850 receiving 7 TDs

WR Deone Gardner (CAR) : 60 receptions, 746 receiving 8 TDs

WR Cody Latimer (DEN) : 34 receptions, 741 receiving 7 TDs

WR Kennan Allen (CHI) : 38 receptions, 707 receiving 4 TDs

Tackles :

LB Luke Kuechly (CAR) : 53 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack

S Barry Church (DAL) : 50 tackles, 2 TFL, 0 sack

S Tyvon Branch (OAK) : 50 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack

S Kam Chancellor (SEA) : 47 tackles, 2 TFL, 0 sack

S Kenny Vaccaro (NO) : 46 tackles, 1 TFL, 0 sack

Interceptions :

CB DJ Hayden (KC) : 6 Interceptions

10 T-2 : 4 Interceptions

Playoff Predictions :

AFC North : Browns
AFC South : Colts
AFC West : Broncos
AFC East : Dolphins

WC: Jets
WC: Chiefs

NFC North : Bears
NFC South : Panthers
NFC West : 49ers
NFC East : Redskins

WC: Cardinals
WC: Lions
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