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[2020] Pre-Season Week #2 - TNF

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Washington Redskins (1-0) at Buffalo Bills (0-1)

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Washington Redskins (1-0) at Buffalo Bills (0-1)

Buffalo, NY - 77 F :sunny:

Referee: Jerome Boger

First Quarter

:redskins: Yancey Musgrave to Nathan Taylor, 15 yd TD pass - 12:00 (6-0) (EXTRA POINT HIT UPRIGHT)
:redskins: Thomas McMahan, missed 40 yd FG wide left - 1:40

Second Quarter

:redskins: Thomas McMahan, 42 yd FG - 12:00 (9-0)

:bills: David Kaplan to Richard Dodge, 5 yd TD pass - 5:43 (9-7)
:redskins: Ricardo Reed, 2 yd TD run - 0:50 (16-7)

Third Quarter

:redskins: Joe Gammon, 47 yd INT return for TD - 14:31 (23-7)
:redskins: Thomas McMahan, 23 yd FG - 5:04 (26-7)
:bills: David Kaplan to Kevin Garvin, 4 yd TD pass - 1:22 (26-14)

Fourth Quarter

:redskins: Thomas McMahan, 22 yd FG - 8:30 (29-14)
:redskins: Vince Smith, INT return for 2 yards - 4:44

FINAL SCORE: Washington 29-14 Buffalo

Passing Leaders

Yancey Musgrave, WAS, 25 of 50 for 328 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT
David Kaplan, BUF, 19 of 25 for 250 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT

Rushing Leaders

Ricardo Reed, WAS, 12 for 72 yards, 1 TD
C.J. Sheffield, BUF, 20 for 80 yards, 0 TD

Receiving Leaders

Sam Hiller-Weeden, WAS, 8 for 115 yards, 0 TD, 1 DRP
Nathan Taylor, WAS, 4 for 77 yards, 1 TD
Patrick Burke, WAS, 3 for 30 yards, 0 TD
Buddy Heap, WAS, 2 for 27 yards, 0 TD
  A.J. Carter, BUF, 6 for 88 yards, 0 TD
Kevin Garvin, BUF, 5 for 50 yards, 1 TD, 1 DRP
Bob Standlee, BUF, 2 for 28 yards, 0 TD
Richard Dodge, BUF, 2 for 23 yards, 1 TD

Defensive Leaders

Joe Gammon, WAS, 1 INT, 2 Tackles, 1 TD
Vince Smith, WAS, 1 INT, 0.5 Sacks, 4 Tackles
Dennis Abdullah, WAS, 2.5 Sacks, 3 Tackles
Raheem Burkett, WAS, 6 Tackles
Richard Suarez, BUF, 6 Tackles
Sammy Grey, BUF, 4 Tackles
Josh Kassulke, BUF, 4 Tackles
Gregory Noel, BUF, 4 Tackles

Injuries

No Major Injuries
No Major Injuries

Offensive Line Rating

8.0
7.0

Punting

45.2
38.6

3rd Down Efficiency

5-15
2-16

4th Down Efficiency

0-0
1-1

Penalties

5-50
6-74

 

Cincinnati Bengals (0-1) at Green Bay Packers (1-0)

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Cincinnati Bengals (0-1) at Green Bay Packers (1-0)

Green Bay, WI - 76 F :cloudy:

Referee: Walt Coleman

First Quarter

:bengals: Mike Hulsey, fumble recovery - 14:30
:bengals: Justin Nielsen, 20 yd FG - 12:29 (3-0)
:bengals: Justin Nielsen, 22 yd FG - 4:30 (6-0)
:packers: Alex Rodgers to Justin McCain, 38 yd TD pass - 1:11 (6-7)

Second Quarter

:bengals: Ron Thomas, 3 yd TD run - 12:40 (13-7)
:bengals: Blake Turner, fumble recovery for TD - 11:51 (20-7)

:packers: Gil Novacek, 3 yd TD run - 5:00 (20-14)
:packers: Brian Evans, 44 yd FG - 0:00 (20-17)

Third Quarter

:bengals: Joel King to Rodney Montgomery, 25 yd TD pass - 11:27 (27-17)
:packers: Brian Evans, 30 yd FG - 5:45 (27-20)
:bengals: Ron Thomas, 1 yd TD run - 2:02 (34-20)
:bengals: D.J. Reed, INT return for 4 yards - 0:15

Fourth Quarter

:bengals: Justin Nielsen, missed 40 yd FG wide left - 12:23
:packers: Alex Rodgers to Gil Novacek, 22 yd TD pass - 9:40 (34-27)
:packers: Alex Rodgers to Luke Graf, 20 yd TD pass - 1:56 (34-34)
:bengals: Justin Nielsen, 50 yd FG - 0:00 (37-34)

FINAL SCORE: Cincinnati 37-34 Green Bay

Passing Leaders

Joel King, CIN, 15 of 26 for 174 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT
Alex Rodgers, GB, 23 of 39 for 305 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT

Rushing Leaders

Ron Thomas, CIN, 23 for 114 yards, 2 TD
Gil Novacek, GB, 15 for 63 yards, 1 TD, 1 FUM

Receiving Leaders

Rodney Montgomery, CIN, 6 for 81 yards, 1 TD
Adrian Jankowski, CIN, 4 for 60 yards, 0 TD
Greg Newman, CIN, 2 for 17 yards, 1 DRP
Brandon Lane, CIN, 2 for 11 yards, 1 DRP
 
Justin McCain, GB, 8 for 130 yards, 1 TD, 1 FUM
Luke Graf, GB, 4 for 51 yards, 1 TD
T.J. Ropati, GB, 4 for 41 yards, 0 TD
Gil Novacek, GB, 1 for 22 yards, 1 TD

Defensive Leaders

D.J. Reed, CIN, 1 INT, 2 Tackles
Blake Turner, CIN, 1 FF, 1 FR, 6 Tackles, 1 TD
Mike Hulsey, CIN, 1 FR, 4 Tackles
Nick Upshaw, CIN, 1 FF, 3 Tackles
Garrison Jackson, GB, 1.5 Sacks, 6 Tackles
W.M. Mitchell, GB, 0.5 Sacks, 4 Tackles
Carter Jackson, GB, 3 Tackles
Cameron Bowman, GB, 3 Tackles

Injuries

No Major Injuries
No Major Injuries

Offensive Line Rating

8.1
8.0

Punting

40
42.5

3rd Down Efficiency

3-14
6-17

4th Down Efficiency

1-1
0-1

Penalties

10-105
13-128

 

Los Angeles Chargers (0-1) at Detroit Lions (0-1)

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Los Angeles Chargers (0-1) at Detroit Lions (0-1)

Detroit, MI - 74 F :sunny:

Referee: John Parry

First Quarter

No events.

Second Quarter

:chargers: Andrew Wright, fumble recovery - 9:22
:chargers: Rafael Davidson, 33 yd FG - 6:30 (3-0)
:fibur: Elijah Moffett to Adrian Allen, 15 yd TD pass - 1:55 (3-7)

Third Quarter

:fibur: Brent Hankton, 47 yd FG - 10:30 (3-10)
:fibur: Richard Ryan, INT return for 3 yards-  6:44
:fibur: Brent Hankton, 43 yd FG - 2:50 (3-13)
:chargers: Adam Stave to Todd Druckenmiller, 15 yd TD pass - 0:15 (10-13)

Fourth Quarter

:fibur: Brent Hankton, 22 yd FG - 2:30 (10-16)

FINAL SCORE: Los Angeles 10-16 Detroit

Passing Leaders

Adam Stave, LAC, 20 of 30 for 205 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
Elijah Moffett, DET, 18 of 26 for 211 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT

Rushing Leaders

Joseph Bowen, LAC, 18 for 53 yards, 0 TD
Calvin Jones, DET, 21 for 89 yards, 0 TD

Receiving Leaders

Todd Druckenmiller, LAC, 5 for 61 yards, 1 TD
Todd Sykes, LAC, 3 for 35 yards, 0 TD, 1 DRP
Gerald Morrison, LAC, 2 for 23 yards, 0 TD
Bill Hardy, LAC, 2 for 19 yards, 0 TD
Adrian Allen, DET, 3 for 45 yards, 1 TD, 1 FUM
Jeremy Cook, DET, 2 for 37 yards, 0 TD, 2 DRP
Tyrone Cunningham, DET, 2 for 22 yards, 0 TD
Cap Mitchell, DET, 2 for 20 yards, 0 TD

Defensive Leaders

Andrew Wright, LAC, 1 FF, 1 FR, 2 Tackles
Steven Alexander, LAC, 5 Tackles
Jarius Davis, LAC, 4 Tackles
Prince Williams, LAC, 4 Tackles
Richard Ryan, DET, 1 INT, 5 Tackles
Joshua Olson, DET, 5 Tackles
Craig Lee, DET, 5 Tackles
Ricky Mayo, DET, 4 Tackles

Injuries

No Major Injuries
No Major Injuries

Offensive Line Rating

6.9
7.2

Punting

43.1

3rd Down Efficiency

2-13
6-16

4th Down Efficiency

0-2
0-1

Penalties

4-35
2-16

 

 

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6 minutes ago, bingo415 said:

Also, why are people playing whole units of starters more than one game in the preseason?

 

Because I've got shit to test, we're not going to be world beaters anyway, and one game is not worth judging on?

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36 minutes ago, bingo415 said:

Also, why are people playing whole units of starters more than one game in the preseason?

 

Only way you can win 20 games in a year - the road to a perfect season begins here.

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Just now, smokingcricket said:

 

Only way you can win 20 games in a year - the road to a perfect season begins here.

 

I love the optimism. And the game plan. 

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47 minutes ago, bingo415 said:

str8 up legit

 

It's like Cade's soul is inhabiting bingo's body.

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11 minutes ago, smokingcricket said:

 

Only way you can win 20 games in a year - the road to a perfect season begins here.

 

Well to win 20 games in a year, you'd need to go 16-0 in the regular season and then win 4 playoff games, which is only possible without a playoff bye. Since only 2 teams within a single conference could possibly go 16-0, you can't win 20 games in a single season. 

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Just now, Jumbo said:

 

Well to win 20 games in a year, you'd need to go 16-0 in the regular season and then win 4 playoff games, which is only possible without a playoff bye. Since only 2 teams within a single conference could possibly go 16-0, you can't win 20 games in a single season. 

 

>not counting the 4 preseason games to add to the total

>trying to not go 4-0 in preseason

shiggy diggy

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1 hour ago, bingo415 said:

Ok, Sam Hiller-Weeden looks str8 up legit thru two preseason games. 

 

Also, why are people playing whole units of starters more than one game in the preseason?

I play my starters in preseason to try new things out and see how new pieces fit. I don't want to go into next season blind and have to figure out how to gameplan on the fly. Thats as risky to prospects next season as an injury is for a lot of teams. I could lose games in the regular season by having a bad offensive scheme early and then on a scheme change penalty.  And for real, if we're just not gonna play starters at all for the entire preseason we really don't need a 4 week preseason with players that aren't gonna be on the roster just occupying positions for half the preseason.

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If you were a playoff team the year before, I understand not playing your starters. If you were well below .500 I understand playing starters to tinker with the gameplan. If you're somewhere in the middle I suspect you do a little of both.

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8 minutes ago, Darman said:

And for real, if we're just not gonna play starters at all for the entire preseason we really don't need a 4 week preseason with players that aren't gonna be on the roster just occupying positions for half the preseason.

 

But muh realism....

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