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Old September 28th, 2007, 11:03 AM   #1
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Default Better Late than Never, Week 3 Notes

The Parkwood Predators are off to their best start ever at 3-0. They have also extended their personal best winning streak to 6 regular season games, dating back to last season. Their 205.55 points was the 4th highest score in team history. Adrian Peterson's 27.75 points was the 10th highest RB score in team history. Anquan Boldin's 37.1 points was the highest WR score in team history, surpassing his own team record of 29.25 points scored in week 5 of the 2005 season. Tony Gonzlez' 13.1 points was the 4th highest TE score in team history. Jared Allen's 28 points tied his own team record, done previously in week 9 last season. Jermaine Phillips passed Lawyer Milloy to become the Predators 2nd all time leading defensive back with 158 points in 13 games for a 12.2 average.

The Crestone Needles are off to their worst start ever at 0-3. They have tied their personal worst losing streak of 3 games, done previously last season in weeks 10-12. Their 202.05 points was the third highest score in team history. Ronnie Brown's 49.85 points was the highest RB score in team history, surpassing Willie Parker's previous team record of 41 points in week 10 last season. It also was the 3rd highest RB score in SAC'D history. Vincent Jackson's 18.8 points was the 10th highest WR score in team history. Alge Crumpler's 15.3 points was the 4th highest TE score in team history. Stephen Gostkowski's 8 points tied the 3rd highest K score in team history. London Fletcher-Baker's 21.75 points was the 3rd highest LB score in team history.

The Glenside Gunslingers have tied their best start at 2-1, done also last season. Their 198.1 points was the 2nd highest score in team history, behind only their 204.9 points scored in week 4 last season. Randy Moss' 26 points was the 6th highest WR score in team history. Bo Scaife's 10.1 points tied the 5th highest TE score in team history. Trent Cole's 24 points tied the 4th highest DL score in team history.

The Wallace Clan of Elderslie are off to their best start at 1-2. Their 163.6 points was the 8th highest score in team history. Carson Palmer's 24.1 points was the 9th highest QB score in team history. Chris Chambers' 15.1 points was the 6th highest WR score in team history. Chambers passed Eric Parker to become the Clan's 3rd all time leading receiver with 44.45 points in 3 games. Antonio Gates' 16.8 points was the 6th highest TE score in team history. Nate Kaeding's 7.4 points was the 9th highest K score in team history. Madieu Williams' 17.75 points was the 7th highest DB score in team history.

The Bloomington Eco Warriors 180.55 points was the 10th highest score in team history. Reggie Bush's 22.25 points was the 6th highest RB score in team history. Bush passed Thomas Jones to become the Warriors' all time leading rusher with 213.25 points in 12 games for a 17.8 average. Roy Williams' 30.9 points was the 3rd highest WR score in team history. Ben Watson's 8.7 points was the 9th highest TE score in team history. Marlin Jackson's 27 points was the 2nd highest DB score in team history, behind only Rhonde Barber's 41.15 points in week 7 last season.

The Fat Nancies are off to their worst start at 2-1. Their 134.1 points was the lowest score in team history. Philip Rivers' 30.95 points was the 2nd highest QB score in team history. Chris Cooley's 11.4 points was the 5th highest TE score in team history.

The Disciples of the 36 Chambers are off to their best start ever at 3-0, having never previously started better than 1-2. Their current three game win streak is their best ever. Their 193.1 points was the 7th highest score in team history. Brett Favre's 36.1 points was the highest QB score in team history, surpassing Marc Bulger's 35.95 points scored in week 4 of the 2005 season. Joseph Addai's 28.1 points was the 5th highest RB score in team history. Jeremy Shockey's 10.4 points was the 5th highest TE score in team history. Adam Vinatieri's 13.1 points was the 7th highest K score in team history.

The Bay Area Bloodsuckers have tied their worst start at 2-1, done also in 2005. Kevin Curtis' 45.6 points was the highest WR score in team history. It also was the highest WR score in SAC'D history, breaking the previous record of 44 by Lee Evans in week 11 last season for the Falcon Floyds. Gibril Wilson passed Rhonde Barber to become the second all time leading defensive back in SAC'D history, with 357.55 points in 26 games for a 13.8 average.

The Falcon Floyds are off to their best start ever at 2-1. Tom Brady's 34.75 points was the 2nd highest QB score in team history, behind only his own team record of 39 scored in week 8 last season. Kellen Winslow's 11.8 points was the 8th highest TE score in team history.

The Nittany Dodgers have started the season 1-2 for the third straight year. Adrian Wilson's 22 points was the 2nd highest DB score in team history, behind Darren Sharper's 31.4 points in week 1 of the 2005 season. The Dodgers lost their 10th career White Divisional game, joining the Gunslingers as the only teams to have lost 10 games within their division. Robbie Gould passed Jeff Wilkins to become the Dodgers all time leading kicker with 113.25 points in 13 games for an 8.7 average.

The Valencia Vibe are off to their worst start ever at 1-2. Their 258.9 points was the highest score in team history, surpassing their previous best of 240.45 points in week 8 of the 2005 season. It also was the 2nd highest score in league history, behind only the Floyds' 282.85 points in week 11 last season. Donovan McNabb's 38.9 points was the 2nd highest QB score in team history, behind only McNabb's 39.85 scored in week 2 of the 2005 season. It also was the 9th highest QB score in SAC'D history. Brian Westbrook's 46.1 points was the highest RB score in team history, breaking Tiki Barber's previous team record of 42.35 set in week 10 of the 2005 season. Westbrook passed Tiki Barber and Steven Jackson to become the 2nd all time leading rusher in SAC'D history with 633.3 points in 28 games for a 22.6 average. TJ Houshmandzadeh's 27.65 points was the 8th highest WR score in team history. Jason Witten's 18 points was the 3rd highest TE score in team history. Elvis Dumerevil's 20 points was the 5th highest DL score in team history. Barrett Ruud's 23.1 points was the 7th highest LB score in team history. Demeco Ryans' 23 points tied the 8th highest LB score in team history. The Vibe improved to 5-0 lifetime against the Falcon Floyds, becoming the first team in SAC'D history to defeat another SAC'D team five times. The combined score of the Vibe/Floyds game of 432.85 points was the 6th highest score game in SAC'D history. The Vibe's margin of victory over the Floyds of 84.85 points was the 7th largest margin of victory in SAC'D history. The Vibe improved to 20-11 lifetime, becoming the first team in SAC'D history to win 20 career games.

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Old September 28th, 2007, 11:28 AM   #2
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Great stuff as always. Thanks!
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Old September 28th, 2007, 12:05 PM   #3
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The Parkwood Predators are off to their best start ever at 3-0 and The Glenside Gunslingers have tied their best start at 2-1.
Stupid Reggie Brown. One more catch for like 30 yards and this would be the other way around. Oh, well I learned my lesson and Reggie will be on the bench until he proves he deserves to play.
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So Dos Clowns don't even rate a writeup in the local blog eh? I see how you are.
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So Dos Clowns don't even rate a writeup in the local blog eh? I see how you are.
We already had this discussion....
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Yes, but the author didn't take it to heart
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Yes, but the author didn't take it to heart
I think you have that backwards.
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