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THE GAME (OF THE YEAR)

The Game lives up to the hype this year as (10-1) Michigan traveled to Columbus to take on (10-1) Ohio State for the right to take on Purdue in the B1G Championship. After a grueling battle that took 2 overtimes to decide, it was the Wolverines who stood victorious 36-33 in what was possibly the best game of the season.

WILD WEST

The Las Vegas Raiders and the Denver Broncos both won their games Sunday, setting up a week 17 showdown to decide the AFC West. The Raiders toppled the Chiefs 24-14 and the Broncos survived the Jaguars 27-23.

CHAMPIONSHIP SZN

As the final week of the regular season wraps up, teams turn their attention to the conference championships and bowl season. There are some solid match ups to look forward to with big implications.

NICE

The Detroit Lions and the Indianapolis Colts won this week, while the New England Patriots and the Minnesota Vikings took losses, all becoming 6-9 on the season.
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    [2021] Franz's Facts: Week 14

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    Welcome to Franz's Facts!

    Your weekly home for tidbits, nuggets, statistical leaders, and the like

     

    Due to my absence last week, this will be an extended version.

     

    WEEK 13 - STAT LEADERS

     

    Passing yards

    Darrell Murphy, LAR - 360

    Christian Barkley, JAX - 355

    Tanner Bowman, WAS - 343

     

    Rushing yards

    Akili Wallace, ATL - 125

    Kaleil Keil, PIT - 122

    Ron Thomas, CIN - 107

     

    Receiving yards

    Allama Banta, LAR - 136

    Tony DeMarco, WAS - 125

    David Gaines, CHI - 105

     

    Tackles

    Tom Reis, ARI - 9

    Caleb McNamara, CLE - 8

    Daleroy Smart, SF - 8

    Randy Humphreys, TEN - 8

    Ray Taylor, PIT - 8

    Rodrick Milligan, PHI - 7

    Rob Hamilton, KC - 7

    David Doherty, TEN - 7

    Kenji Sagatomo, SEA - 7

    Jeff Brooks, CAR - 7

     

    Sacks

    Ryan Frey, PHI - 3.0

    Barron Anthony, GB - 2.0

    Fred Romanowski, WAS - 2.0

    W.M. Mitchell, GB - 1.5

    Jeremy Owen, NE - 1.5

    Rodney Galbreath, BUF - 1.5

    Anthony Beltran, LAR - 1.5

     

    Interceptions

    No players had multiple INT for the fourth straight week.

     

    Penalty Yards

    MIA - 94

    IND - 84

    NYG - 84

    NO - 84

    TEN - 84

     

    Most field goals made

    Brian Evans, GB - 4

    Thomas McMahan, WAS - 4

    Trent Michaels, NYG - 4

     

    WEEK 13 FACTOIDS

     

    After a week of barren tackle leaders, Week 13 featured 10 players with 7+ sacks.

     

    For the first time on Franz's Facts, we have an international high temperature

    Mexico City, MEX - 80 F :sunny::raiders: vs. :texans:

     

    The lowest OL rating this week was 7.4

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    Teams with a higher OL rating than their opponents were 9-7 this week

    and only 15-14 the last two weeks.

     

    There were 11 "severe" injuries this week

    :packers: Jaz Durant, RB - Severe Back Disc Tear

    :vikings: Pete Choboian, RB - Severe Achilles Rupture

    :browns: Lance Nattiel, ILB - Severe Quadriceps Strain

    :patriots: Randy Lehr, OLB - Severe Toe Sprain

    :chargers: Scott Howard, TE - Severe Biceps Strain

    :bears: Akeel Morris, ILB - Severe Shoulder Strain

    :eagles: Jack Green, OG - Severe Thumb Sprain

    :falcons: LaMichael Harley, OG - Severe Wrist Bruise

    :cardinals: Art Baber, WR - Severe Achilles Rupture

    :buccaneers: Kevin Nguyen, SS - Severe Shoulder Rotator Cuff

    :panthers: Carlton Sylvester, FS - Severe Elbow Sprain 

     

    For the second straight week, ZERO teams had multiple severe injuries

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    Home teams were a disappointing 6-9 this week

     

    Of the 16 games this week, only five were decided by one score.

    That figure is only half as many as last week.

     

    Teams who had a higher 3D% were 9-5-2 this week

    A far cry from the 12-4 record last week.

     

    When a bipedal mascot faced off against a non-biped, the bipeds were only 2-6 this week (after going 6-0 last week)

    This includes animals who are bipedal on the ground and were determined by mascot name.

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