Wednesday, December 21, 2011

First defeat of the Green Bay Packers

The surprises have been the dominant note in the day Sunday of the fifteenth week of the NFL, leaving the first defeat of the Green Bay Packers and the triumph of the Indianapolis Colts. Meanwhile, the New England Patriots ended up with trumps "miracle" of the Denver Broncos and his controversial 'quarterback Tim Tebow.

The full renovation and after Monday fired coach Todd Haley, the Kansas City Chiefs took the 'quarterback Kyle Orton for the first time owner and became the executioners of the Super Bowl champions, who snatched the undefeated .

Orton threw for 299 yards in his first start for the Chiefs and led to a 19-14 victory over the Packers (13-1), who snapped streak of 19 consecutive wins.

In addition to Orton, the Chiefs had their new interim coach Crennel Roem, replacing Haley.

Another surprise
if the Chiefs got the first big surprise of the day, the Colts went on to star in second with 27-13 victory against the Tennessee Titans, the first so far this season.

The 'quarterback Dan Orlovsky became the hero by making a shipment of 18 yards for a touchdown and prevented the Colts (1-13) were the second team in NFL history who could not win a single game this season regular.

The winning streak and comeback in the final seconds of the Broncos came to an end when they faced the Patriots and were defeated 23-41 in his field.

This time there was no "miracle" of Tebow, who saw the star of the Patriots, Tom Brady, gave a lesson in game management, and leadership in class when setting the plays his team attack on your computer.

The victory allowed the Patriots (11-3) crowned champions of the Eastern Division of the American Conference (AFC) and secured their place in the finals.

That's what I also got the New Orleans Saints in the South Division of the National Conference (NFC) to overcome a 42-20 blowout of Minnesota Vikings quarterback Drew Brees as a leader and undisputed star.

Brees threw for 412 yards and five touchdowns after completing 32 of 40 passes for close to the best record of all time yards thrown in a season is held by the legendary Dan Marino.

With the title won by the Saints in the NFC only thing left to define is the AL East, a classification that now heads the Dallas Cowboys (8-6) won easily by after the Buccaneers 31-15 Tampa Bay.

However, the surprise defeat suffered by the New York Giants (7-7), who lost 10-23 in their field to the Washington Redskins, he complicates the chances of beating the Cowboys.

The 'quarterback of the Giants, who in the previous game against the Cowboys had been the savior hero, this time gave its worst three interceptions.

While running back LeSean McCoy scored three rushing touchdowns to impose two brands of equipment, and helped the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Jets 45-19 in New York.

The Eagles (6-8) remain in search of a berth in the final, after winning two straight games for the second time this season, and have a mathematical chance to win the title of the AL East if they win both games they left and the Cowboys lose.

The Jets (8-6) saw his streak broken three straight wins, and the defeat leaves them tied with the Cincinnati Bengals in the race for the final AFC wild card.

The 'quarterback Matthew Stafford threw six yards pass for a touchdown to receiver Calvin Johnson jumper with 39 seconds remaining, and the Detroit Lions (9-5) defeated the Oakland Raiders 28-27 to get ahead with two wins in the fight for the NFC wild-card.


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