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    [2016] Week #6 - MNF

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    Minnesota Vikings (2-3) at St. Louis Rams (2-2)

    Minnesota Vikings (2-3) at St. Louis Rams (2-2)

    St. Louis, MO - 59 F and Sunny

    First Quarter

    • Darren Manning, INT return for -2 yards - 9:22 (MIN)
    • Anthony Thomas, 2 yd TD run - 8:61 (7-0) (MIN)
    • Cliff Chamblin, 55 yd FG - 1:12 (7-3) (STL)

    Second Quarter

    • Chester Henson, 6 yd TD run - 10:20 (14-3) (MIN)
    • Joel Prince, INT return for 12 yards - 4:57 (MIN)
    • Ryan Levcik, 30 yd FG - 1:12 (17-3) (MIN)

    Third Quarter

    • Darrell Murphy to David Gaines, 12 yd TD pass - 10:22 (17-10) (STL)
    • Ryan Levcik, 42 yd FG - 5:00 (20-10) (MIN)

    Fourth Quarter

    • Darrell Murphy to Walt Peck, 20 yd TD pass - 4:48 (20-17) (STL)
    • Ryan Levcik, 32 yd FG - 1:35 (23-17) (MIN)

    FINAL SCORE: (3-3) Minnesota 23-17 St. Louis (2-3)

    Offensive Line Ratings: 8.3 - 8.0

    Punting Average: 42.5 - 44.1





    Darrell Murphy, STL, 14 of 19 for 163 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT

    Brian Vardell, MIN, 6 of 9 for 64 yards, 0 TD, 0 INT



    Chester Henson, MIN, 30 for 168 yards, 1 TD

    Bradie Sapp, STL, 21 for 77 yards, 0 TD

    Anthony Thomas, MIN, 4 for 11 yards, 1 TD



    Walt Peck, STL, 6 for 55 yards, 1 TD

    David Gaines, STL, 4 for 46 yards, 1 TD

    Allama Banta, STL, 2  for 33 yards, 0 TD

    Mark Walker, MIN, 2 for 20 yards, 0 TD

    Eric Minter, MIN, 1 for 17 yards, 0 TD

    Luther Peacock, MIN, 1 for 13 yards, 0 TD



    Darren Manning, MIN, 1 INT, 5 Tackles

    Joel Prince, MIN, 1 INT, 2 Tackles

    Jim Bendross, STL, 10 Tackles

    Jonathan Parker, STL, 8 Tackles

    Cleveland Merrill, MIN, 6 Tackles

    Morris Millen, STL, 5 Tackles





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    Defense wins championships.

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    There goes Vardell's MVP candidacy.  Putting it all on Henson it seems.

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    Rams Owner SageBow was seen visibly upset in his box seat. One of the most storied rivalries in NFLHC history, Rams vs Vikings usually means a lot in the playoff picture for the NFC. However, both teams have not been meeting expectations thus far. Both teams knew that a win against a rival would go a long way in not just appeasing the fan base, but making a big change to their season. Unfortunately for the Rams, their opponent walked away victorious today.


    "It was a good game against the Vikings, and it is unfortunate that we lost. Nevertheless, I will be looking into the team to find out what we can do to right the ship." he tweeted out after the game.

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    You were Oregon and they were Stanford.


    What's not to get?

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    Rams defensive coordinator Dacder was interviewed after the game on his way down from the press box. He was visibly upset and his right hand was swollen and red. 


    Interviewer: "This was your first game against the Vikings and obviously a tough loss, what do you think of your defense following the game?"


    Dacder: "It was a *expletive* mess. We couldn't get that *expletive* Henson down for *expletive*. How do you think I feel? I'm *expletive* embarrassed. 


    Interviewer: "These 23 points were the most given up this season by the revamped Rams defense, with almost all the Vikings offense coming on the ground. What do you think allowed the Vikings to have such success running the ball against you?"


    Dacder: "Well it was a few things. For one thing our *expletive* defense didn't want to tackle the *expletive* runningback! That, and our defensive scheme was weak. I didn't call for a heavy box soon enough and that was on me."


    Interviewer: "How do you think the Rams will bounce back from this?"


    Dacder: "We're gonna come out angry. If I were Dallas I would be very careful, because I know for a *expletive* fact that Fazande is pissed as hell right now. And nothing in the entire NFL is scarier than a pissed off Andrew Fazande."


    Interviewer: "And one last thing, there are rumors of you potentially leaving for a head coaching job next season. What's happening there?"

    Dacder: "No comment. That's not what's on my mind right now."

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    Oregon beat Stanford last year?


    I mean this one.


    Aka "the game where Stanford brutalized Oregon for 3 quarters and change".

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