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The Washington Redskins in the 16th week of NFL.


The Dallas Cowboys faced the Washington Redskins in the 16th week and DeMarco Murray. Put the Cowboys on the board by touching the ground in the first Quarter. The Redskins face Field Goal with 4:15 left in the quarter. In the second quarter Kai Forbath kicked off the Field Goal from 22 yards. And brought the Redskins to one spot. Dez Bryant held the world 14 yards for Tony Romo with a time of 4:37. In the middle and the Cowboys leading 14-6.
In the third quarter, the Redskins got 2 touchdowns the first was an 8 yard pass to Pierre Garcon. And the second was a 4 yard run from Alfred Morris and the Redskins led 20-14 at the end of the third quarter. Just 4 seconds into the Fourth Quarter, Forbath kicked off a 47-yard Field Goal to increase lead to 9. Dallas then kicked the Field Goal 25 yards out to cut the Redskins into 6 points. With 1:08 left in the game, DeMarco Murray held 10th place for Tony Romo from 10 yards and gave the Cowboys the lead and eventually won 24-23.

Their fifth loss of the season.

The Carolina Panthers have given the New Orleans Saints their fifth loss of the season. After closing the First Term Shane Graham scored the first points on the board. With a 40-yard Field Goal and in his next place, he kicked another one from 24 yards. With 1:45 in the middle of the half, DeAngelo Williams outscored a 43-yard touchdown run to put the Panthers ahead 7-6. Carolina increased its lead by 4 points in the third quarter with a Field Goal of 40 yards. In the middle of the fourth quarter, Drew Brees connected with Jimmy Graham. From 5 yards for touch and the Saints went 13-10. With just 23 seconds left in the game, Cam Newton connected Domenik Hixon. From 14 yards to touch down the Panthers 17-13 and win the game.


  1. Denver Broncos defeated Houston Texans 37-13
  2. The Buffalo Bills shut down the Miami Dolphins 19-0
  3. The Cincinnati Bengals killed Minnesota Vikings 42-14
  4. Indianapolis Colts defeated Kansas City Chiefs 23-7
  5. St. Louis Rams beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23-13
  6. Cleveland Browns lost the match the New York Jets wins 24-13
  7. The Dallas Cowboys beat Washington Redskins 24-23
  8. The New Orleans Saints lose the match The Carolina Panthers wins 17-13
  9. The Tennessee Titans defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 20-16
  10. Detroit Lions lose the match and The New York Giants wins 23-20
  11. Seattle Seahawks lose the match or Arizona Cardinals wins 17-10
  12. The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Green Bay Packers 38-31
  13. The San Diego Chargers beat the Oakland Raiders 26-13
  14. The New England Patriots easily won the Baltimore Ravens 41-7
  15. Philadelphia Eagles beat Chicago Bears 54-11
  16. The San Francisco 49ers beat Atlanta Falcons 34-24
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Peyton Manning had a great game in Week 16 against the Houston Texans. And set a particular milestone in his career In the game. He completed 34 of 51 passes in 400 yards 4 touchdowns without interruption.

In the game, Manning surpassed the mark of 5,000 yards this season for the first time in his career and had his 12th game of the season with over 300 yards. In addition, he set a record for touchdowns in the season with Tom Brady at 50 which was established in 2007 when Brady surpassed Manning ‘record 49 manning went on to throw.

Another touchdown in the game and now holds the record for 51 touchdowns one season and still has one game to play in the regular season. Manning is now 266 yards away from breaking Drew Brees’ record of yards per season. Manning was also voted Player of the Year by Sports Illustrated and is the first MVP in the league. The Broncos also won the AFC West Division with a win and could still shoot # 1 in the AFC if the Patriots lose next week and are 17 points adrift of the highest points scored in a season.

Roddy White held 12 passes for 141 yards and 1 touchdown average of 11.8 yards per touch.

LeSean McCoy ran 133 yards and 2 touchdowns and grabbed 6 passes for 29 yards.


Jimmy Graham holds 5 passes for 73 yards and 1 touchdown average of 14.6 yards per touch.

DeMarco Murray ran the ball 22 times for 96 yards and 1 touchdown and 3 yards for 15 yards and 1 touchdown.

Pierre Garcon holds 11 passes for 144 yards and 1 touchdown average of 13.1 yards per touch.

Chris Ivory ran the ball 20 times 109 yards.

A.J. Green held 7 passes for 97 yards and 2 touchdowns between 13.9 yards per reception.

Ryan Matthews handled the ball 25 times for 99 yards and 1 touchdown.

Eric Decker holds 10 passes for 131 yards and 2 touchdowns for an average of 13.1 yards per carry.

Tony Gonzalez holds 8 passes for 63 yards and 1 touchdown.

Fred Jackson ran 19 times for 111 yards and 1 touchdown making an average of 5.8 yards per carry.

Andy Dalton completed 71.1% of his 266-yard pass and 4 touchdowns by zero.

Jamaal Charles ran 13 times for 106 yards and 1 touchdown and grabbed 5 passes for 38 yards.

Demaryous Thomas holds 8 passes for 123 yards and 1 touchdown average of 15.1 yards per touch.

The 16th week of NFL PLAYERS:

Andrew Luck threw 241 yards and 1 touchdown.

Zac Stacy ran the ball 33 times 104 yards and 1 touchdown.

Matt Ryan completed 77.1% of his passing in 348 yards, 2 touchdowns and 2 interceptions.

LaGarrette Blount ran 16 times for 76 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Nate Washington holds 6 passes for 117 yards and 1 touchdown.

Joique Bell ran the ball 20 times for 91 yards and 1.f 1 touchdown

Frank Gore handled the ball 16 times for 97 yards and 1 touchdown.

Nick Foles threw for 230 yards and 2 touchdowns without interruption.

LeVeon Bell ran the ball 26 times for 124 yards and 1 touchdown.

Antonio Brown holds 6 passes for 105 yards.

Eddie Lacy handled the ball 15 times 84 yards and 2 touchdowns making an average of 5.6 yards per touch.

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• Philip Rivers moved 1st to # 34 past Mark Brunell and is behind Son of Jurgensen Hall of Fame Quarterback with 32,140 Outstanding Yards.


• Frank Gore moved 1st to # 29 ahead of Clinton Portis and follows Ricky Williams with 9,967 Career Rushing Yards. Gore also hit 1 touchdown in Week 16 and tied for # 29 with Ahman Green, Terrell Davis and Brandon Jacobs for 60 Career Rushing Touchdowns.

• Steven Jackson passed Hall of Fame Running Back O.J. Simpson and Herschel Walker went to # 28 behind Lenny Moore with 62 Career Rushing Touchdowns. Jackson also rose 3 places to the Top 20 at # 20 ahead of Ricky Waters, Jamal Lewis and Thomas Jones with 10,678 Career Rushing Yards.


• Brandon Marshall surpassed Ed McCaffrey, Anthony Carter and Chris Burford to join Wes Chandler, Tony Davis and Haven Moses at # 38 on 56 Career Receiving Touchdowns.

• Anquan Boldin made it into the Top 30 surpassing Terance Mathis, Keenan McCardell, Anthony Miller, Carl Pickens, John Stallworth and Marquis Colston in the Top 30 with Keyshawn Johnson and Plaxico Burress with 64 Career Receiving Touchdowns.


  1. Jared Allen’s 1/2 sack Week 16 put him in a tie with Hall of Fame Defender Derrick Thomas at # 11 and 126.5 Career Sacks.
  2. Robert Mathis sent 1 bag and passed Pat Swilling to join Dwight Freeney at # 18 and 108.0 Career Sacks.
  3. Terrell Suggs climbed 1st to # 18 ahead of Henry Thomas and follows Hall of Famer Warren Sapp, Robert Porcher and Steve McMichael with 94.5 Career Sacks.
  4. Andre Carter topped 40 for # 40 sacks in 80.5 sacks in Career Sacks.
  5. Ed Reed’s intervention elevated him to 1st place ahead of Dave Brown and Hall of Famer Dick LeBeau to join Darren Shaper and Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott at # 6 regularly with 63 Career Interceptions.
  6. DeAngelo Hall topped Ashley Ambrose, Gill Byrd, Bobby Hunt, Sammy Knight and Albert Lewis to join Cris Dishman, Dre ‘Bly and Kermit Alexander at # 23 with 43 Career Interceptions.

Michael Egan, owner of http://www.myalltimefavorites.com is a specialist in research and statistics and tracks this and other information on topics on the website. The compilation began as a list of all-time favorite players tied to a large collection of Mr. trading cards. Egan has also emerged as a go-to resource for NFL information. Each page under team categories shows the best players collected by each team’s history below. Mr. Egan is also a trained Numerologist and is the owner of Wisdom Numerology and the owner of a thriving Colorado fencing company called Colorado Fenceworks, Inc.

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