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NFL Recap Week 12

  • December 4, 2020
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Seattle Seahawks 23 – 17 Philadelphia Eagles

The Seahawks and the Eagles have been moving in opposite directions this season, and the game between both franchises on Monday confirmed that reality — despite the fact the first quarter ended scoreless, the Seahawks pulled away for good in the second quarter with a 14-6 score and they would never look back afterward. The Eagles won the second half by two points (11-9), but the Seahawks defense limited the damage caused by Carson Wentz and also responded well in crunch time to lead Seattle to their eighth win of the season (8-3), while the Eagles have fallen to 3-7-1. Russell Wilson had a decent performance Sunday with one touchdown and 230 passing yards after completing 22 of his 31 passes. At the very least, he outplayed Carson Wentz — he only made 25 of his 45 passes for 215 yards while adding two scores and a pick. The biggest star of the season game was DK Metcalf, however, as the star receiver had a career-best performance with 10 receptions and 177 yards.

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Tennessee Titans 45 – 26 Indianapolis Colts

The Titans and the Colts played a high-scoring affair in a game that might be decisive on the race for the AFC South crown, and the Titans came out on top. Tennessee jumped out to a 14-7 lead in the first quarter, and they increased their advantage following a 21-7 second quarter that allowed them to cruise their way the rest of the game. The Colts woke up in the second half and ended scoring 26 points, but the Titans put up 45 on one of the best defenses in the entire league this season. With the win, the Titans — a team that racked up 449 total yards as opposed to Indianapolis’ 336 — moved to 8-3 and remain a contender in the division, while the Colts fell to 7-4 and remain well within the range of fighting for a Wild Card spot in the final weeks of the regular season. Ryan Tannehill only completed 13 of his 22 passes for 221 yards and a touchdown, but the biggest stars were Derrick Henry and A.J. Brown. Henry finished with 178 yards and three scores in 27 carries, while A.J. Brown ended with four receptions for 98 yards and a touchdown. Philip Rivers completed 24 of 42 passes for 295 yards, two touchdowns and an interception for the Colts, and T.Y. Hilton was the team’s biggest aerial threat since he made four catches for 81 yards and a score on five targets.

Las Vegas Raiders 6 – 43 Atlanta Falcons

The Raiders entered this game with a 6-4 record and knowing a win could have gone a long way in the race for a Wild Card berth in the AFC, but they couldn’t matchup with the Falcons and conceded 43 points against a team that only improved to 4-7 following this win. Perhaps the biggest difference between both teams was the fact that the Raiders ended the game with 243 total yards, while the Falcons garnered 304 — including 125 on the ground — in what was the best proof of a balanced attack. Atlanta jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back, limiting the Raiders to just two field goals during the entire game and scoring at least 10 points in each of the final three quarters. The best player for the Falcons was the running-back committee of Ito Smith and Brian Hill — they combined for 120 yards and one touchdown on 25 carries, while Matt Ryan finished with 185 yards, two scores and a pick after completing 22 of his 39 passes. Derek Carr, on the other hand, had a woeful performance and finished with 215 yards and a pick despite completing 22 of his 34 passes. Hunter Renfrow had a decent game for the Raiders with seven catches for 73 yards.

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