AFC North
83 OVR
ARodriguez2285
Offense
Total: 5240 (29)
Passing: 3339 (31)
Rushing: 1901 (18)
Vertical Zone Run
Defense
Total: 6575 (26)
Passing: 4137 (18)
Rushing: 2438 (29)
Base 4-3
Total: 7-9-0
Conf: 5-7-0
Div: 4-2-0
This Week
BYE
Last Week
No Game
Next Week
No Game
Passing Leaders
Player Comp/Att Yards TDs INTs
J.Burrow 234/372 3546 31 45
J.Mixon 9/9 78 0 0
Receiving Leaders
Player Recs Yards TDs
J.Waddle 50 1140 12
T.Boyd 40 714 10
P.Freiermuth 27 347 1
J.Ross III 16 334 1
J.Mixon 41 334 1
Rushing Leaders
Player Ats Yards TDs
J.Mixon 254 1452 11
M.Mack 66 266 3
J.White 13 137 1
N.Bawden 8 30 2
J.Burrow 19 16 0
Defensive Leaders
Player Tackles Sacks INTs FFs
L.Wilson 45 3 1 0
N.Robey-Coleman 45 1 8 0
D.Campbell 45 1 3 1
J.Bates III 40 0 8 0
J.McCourty 32 2 5 1
AFC North
TeamOverallDiv%
Ravens 13-3-0 5-1-0 0.813
Steelers 9-6-1 3-3-0 0.594
Bengals 7-9-0 4-2-0 0.438
Browns 4-12-0 0-6-0 0.250
Top Cap Hits
Player OVR Pos cap Hit
Geno Atkins 87 DT $16.5 M
Trae Waynes 77 CB $16.0 M
D.J. Reader 87 DT $13.71 M
Ron Leary 80 RG $12.83 M
Russell Okung 75 RT $11.19 M
Upcoming FAs
Player OVR Pos cap Hit
Geno Atkins 87 DT $16.5 M
Carl Lawson 84 RE $10.72 M
James White 82 HB $3.35 M
Jason McCourty 82 CB $7.15 M
Nickell Robey-Coleman 82 CB $6.91 M

Recent Posts

Bold predictions for the divisional round: Vikings rookie QB has a monster day, The Natural wins OT thriller in the trenches.

It is that time of the season ladies and gentlemen.  PML playoff madness is upon us!  Arod (AFC) & Bacon (NFC) are here to bring you some more BOLD prediction that you should be prepared for in the divisional round!

Houston Texans at Los Angeles Chargers 9/22/19: Analysis, Depth Charts,  Daily Fantasy
HypeMike vs. Fallen
  1. Austin Ekeler and Javian Hawkins run for a quarter mile and 6 touchdowns!

Okay so I know it’s been a while since any of us were forced to do any type of mathematical conversions like this, so before you start googling the conversion formula of yards to miles, the answer is about 450 yards.  Yes, I confidently predict Ekeler and Hawkins will amas a total of 450 yards rushing in the AFC divisional matchup with 6 total combined touchdowns.  Its not too farfetched when you dig a bit deeper into the potential of the prediction.  The two have been tearing it up all season with 58 combined touchdowns. Yes, 58.  Hawkins, the rookie out of Louisville, has taken the league by storm hitting the 2,000 yard milestone and setting the NFL single season rushing touchdown record at 38, passing who? Yes, you guessed correct Austin Ekeler and his short lived record of 36 he captured last season.  Guess who else is a part of the exclusive 2,000 yard club? Do I need to say it? Well, yes, Austin Ekeler.  I expect fireworks on the ground this game as Fallen has been absolutely committed to feeding the rookie the pigskin.  It isn’t everyday we get such a marque matchup of top flight running backs in a game of ultra-importance.  We watched Fallen blow his opportunity last year through the air in his playoff matchup versus the Patriots.  As always, I am a firm believer that we learn from our mistakes and Fallen has taken the mentality to another level by changing his entire offensive scheme by turning into a run dominant offense.  Hawkins vs Ekeler, one of the better narratives I will be keeping my eye on during this game. 

Buffalo Bills vs New England Patriots Matchup Preview 12/21/19: Analysis,  Daily Fantasy
The Natural vs. KMFO
  • The Natural holds down the throne in a run-heavy overtime thriller

I truly expect this being one of the more anticipated games I have been around to witness in my PML days.   KMFO has come onto the scene and not only dominated PML thus far, but ironically, shares a division with the reigning Super Bowl champion and is in prime position to be the savior Dramaman has been looking for all cycle.   I totally expect both coaches to take the next 36 hours or so to watch game film, plan, and strategize for the divisional showdown.  The Bills defense has been nothing short of dominant as they rank first in the league in most defensive categories.  Look for the Patriots to come out with a more conservative approach this game and lean heavily on the abilities of Phillip Lindsay not only on the ground, but with short passes and check downs.  I am not totally sold that The Natural has the confidence, nor plans to in better words, take shots into the hungry Bills secondary with an explosive pass rush looking to disrupt Cam Newtons motions.  With that said, the Patriots need to dictate the game script and ensure that it will be decided in the trenches.  These two teams have combined for 90 total sacks, ultimately placing the Bills and the Patriots 1st and 2nd in the league respectively.  The Natural will not put himself in a position to try and match passing attacks with the Buffalo Bills in this one.  Knox (1,546/8), Diggs (1,474/17), Chase (1,236/10) is too much to try and keep up with going against a defense of KFMO’s caliber. PML playoff experience kicks in here for the Natural and he finds a way.  Look for the Natural t to dictate the game script, essentially creating a low scoring game that is decided late, maybe even overtime. 

NFC Hot Takes (Bacon)

Now, we’re going to take a look at the NFC. There has been some talk about it being the weaker conference and that the AFC Championship is the real Super Bowl, but I disagree. In the divisional round, we are going to see four teams who fought all season to get where they are now. As they say, “any given Sunday”.

Week 1 Preview: Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Football Team Roundtable  - Full Press Coverage
TBR4EVA vs Burn

1.Miles Sanders rushes for more yards than Dwayne Haskins throws

Football Team Head Coach Tbruh aka Tbandit has gone on record writing off both the Eagles and the Saints, his two potential opponents this round. He is already looking past them and has his eyes set on the NFC Championship game. In his mind, this game is in the bag and all he has to do is load up the game and set the controller down. If I had to guess, he hasn’t prepared for this game at all and assumes he is going to win by 20+ without watching any film on his opponent or preparing any semblance of a gameplan. I think Tbruh’s decision to prematurely announce his spot in the conference championship is going to be bulletin board material for an Eagles team that has been playing tough and scrappy football lately. Eagles coach Burn is going to be dialed in for this game. He is going to run the ball very well as he always does, and spend half of the play clock scrolling through “standard pass”. Miles Sanders has flown under the radar this year, but has actually been one of the most elite players in the league, rushing for 1700 yards and 29 touchdowns and adding 71 receptions for 578 yards and 3 touchdowns. He is the backbone of this team and is going to do everything he can to help propel the Eagles to another underdog playoff run as they face off against a coach who views them as junior varsity level.

2. Avonte Maddox scores two defensive touchdowns

If you had told PML before the season that Avonte Maddox would be one of the most feared defenders in the league by the end of the year, the league would have laughed at you. Coming off a season that saw them pick in the top ten of the draft, most of the league wrote off the Eagles. However, they slowly but surely found themselves slugging their way into playoff contention, and with a big Week 17 win over Quesita and the New York Giants, Philadelphia wound up in the playoffs. After a strong outing against the Seattle Seahawks, they are now in the Divisional round. In their last three games, Maddox has tallied six interceptions and has shown a knack for the endzone. Whether it comes on a bad read by the Football Team or a bad pass by Haskins, Avonte Maddox is going to leave a mark. One coach has been quoted, saying, “you don’t do anything impressive and shouldn’t have won,” to Eagles head coach Burn. He may not have to do anything impressive, but he’s winning and Maddox has been a big part of their success. Tbandit is going to be cocky early and force a pass against Maddox that goes to the house and then throw him another pick six when he is trying to get back in the game.

Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings Matchup Preview (11/22/20): Betting  Odds, Depth Charts, Live Stream (Watch Online)
ZStar vs. CEO

1.Jamie Newman throws for 400+ yards

The rookie from Georgia had a solid first season in PML, throwing for 3300 yards, 22 touchdowns, and 21 interceptions after winning the QB job over Kirk Cousins in the preseason. Ranking 30th in passing yards per game, Newman hasn’t been much more than a game manager in the regular season. Not much has been asked of the rookie quarterback, and I think Cowboys coach CEO knows it. He is going to focus on Dalvin Cook, the heart and soul of this Vikings offense, and try to make Newman beat him through the air. Outside of Justin Jefferson, nobody caught more than three touchdowns this season. CEO is going to try to stop the run and focus on the young receiver from LSU. However, I think Svperstar will adapt and find ways to get guys like Adam Thielen and Irv Smith Jr. open and overcome blanket coverage on Jefferson. Thielen is sneaky athletic, one may even call him a “lunch pail guy”. The Cowboys will underestimate the crafty veteran’s ability to beat them over the top, and he will help propel Newman to a breakout game in the playoffs.

2. Dak Prescott throws 5 interceptions

CEO and the Dallas Cowboys have had some games where they exploded offensively, highlighted by scoring 76 and 70 on the Panthers and Saints, respectively. Not to mention 59 on the Falcons and 61 on the Giants. This offense has been lethal all season. However, we’ve seen CEO pull a bacon more than once and throw back-breaking interceptions in huge moments this year. He is a coach who is more than capable of blowing out an inferior coach, but can slip up when the lights get a little too bright. He is known for being surgical as a passer and making few mistakes. Protecting the ball as well as anyone, CEO is conservative with his play calling and keeping his emotions in check. However, behind a Vikings offense that is well rested and I expect to explode after their bye week, they are going to have to play catch up in this game. This Cowboys passing attack functions more as a complement to the running game rather than doing the damage on its own, ranking 28th in the league. I think Dak Prescott is going to have to play hero ball, and the Vikings are going to make him pay.

Quartebacks
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
THP
SAC
MAC
DAC
TUP
TOR
PAC
BKS
Joe Burrow 25 6'4" QB 83 83 86 82 87 90 91 87 88 87 84 84
Robert Griffin III 32 6'2" QB 67 85 82 84 87 80 69 71 81 81 80 79
Backs
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
JKM
SPM
SFA
TRK
BCV
CTH
SRR
RBK
IBK
LBK
Joe Mixon 26 6'1" HB 94 91 94 95 83 92 93 84 88 88 87 71 65 55 43 46
Marlon Mack 26 6'0" HB 86 89 93 92 72 86 90 81 83 62 89 66 69 32 46 48
James White 30 5'10" HB 82 89 92 89 68 80 90 86 72 62 81 79 75 44 39 41
Spencer Ware 30 5'10" HB 70 86 89 86 72 67 84 78 83 87 83 69 61 61 59 61
Michael Carter 23 5'10" HB 66 90 91 87 57 54 83 80 63 58 80 58 63 34 45 28
Josh Johnson 23 5'9" HB 65 87 90 88 69 62 78 78 72 57 79 63 48 22 40 31
Alex Barnes 25 6'0" HB 63 86 90 86 80 58 78 70 71 83 74 64 58 35 43 36
Xavier Jones 25 5'11" HB 63 86 88 84 70 57 79 71 75 71 79 66 58 40 47 30
Nick Bawden 26 6'2" FB 69 82 88 79 81 65 57 53 68 74 65 64 52 70 67 83
Receivers
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
JMP
JKM
SPM
SFA
TRK
BCV
CTH
CIT
SPC
SRR
MRR
DRR
RLS
RBK
IBK
LBK
Tyler Boyd 27 6'2" WR 85 90 92 87 63 93 88 80 75 40 38 85 90 88 87 88 89 87 80 53 49 29
John Ross III 26 5'11" WR 81 97 95 93 51 80 88 93 85 34 27 82 83 82 80 77 78 85 76 42 46 26
Jaylen Waddle 23 5'10" WR 80 95 94 93 62 77 86 87 79 54 47 84 87 86 85 76 81 80 74 44 38 32
Auden Tate 25 6'5" WR 79 85 87 78 72 76 95 73 65 75 65 74 83 86 93 77 73 71 87 49 45 23
Robert Foster 28 6'2" WR 76 94 92 87 55 78 81 81 75 54 43 79 83 80 79 70 77 82 73 42 47 25
Tee Higgins 23 6'4" WR 73 87 86 84 66 76 87 79 74 72 59 80 84 85 87 76 76 72 75 48 44 30
Shelton Gibson 28 5'11" WR 72 93 89 89 45 67 78 85 79 45 34 78 85 79 83 70 71 77 71 37 42 22
Jhamon Ausmon 23 6'2" WR 67 88 89 87 73 63 87 78 73 61 56 73 79 79 81 73 64 70 74 50 48 43
Pat Freiermuth 23 6'5" TE 75 81 83 81 76 69 78 62 58 67 66 76 84 80 79 70 67 64 68 64 70 60
Drew Sample 26 6'4" TE 71 82 87 80 71 73 81 57 53 62 63 71 87 79 77 65 62 53 69 61 71 60
Offensive Line
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
PBK
RBK
IBK
LBK
Liam Eichenberg 24 6'6" LT 73 77 69 86 75 73 75 80 79
Xavier Su'a-Filo 31 6'4" LT 67 81 67 84 81 67 72 81 68
Jonah Williams 24 6'4" LG 79 80 71 89 82 79 77 85 83
Billy Price 27 6'4" LG 71 75 65 86 67 70 70 84 79
Mike Pouncey 33 6'5" C 79 78 69 86 83 78 81 93 89
Ron Leary 33 6'3" RG 80 75 54 87 87 78 86 88 90
Russell Okung 33 6'5" RT 75 76 60 87 83 80 76 79 82
Isaiah Prince 25 6'7" RT 64 81 57 85 65 66 69 83 81
Defensive Line
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
BSH
FMV
PMV
TCK
PWR
PUR
PRC
Sam Hubbard 27 6'5" LE 78 78 83 84 74 82 74 82 68 85 75 85 75
Khalid Kareem 24 6'4" LE 69 79 85 73 85 67 71 56 72 76 80 78 62
D.J. Reader 28 6'3" DT 87 65 77 61 90 89 91 63 84 88 80 87 92
Geno Atkins 34 6'1" DT 87 76 83 70 88 90 90 78 89 85 85 88 91
Renell Wren 26 6'5" DT 72 72 82 70 91 65 72 60 68 79 78 79 74
Levi Onwuzurike 24 6'3" DT 71 72 82 74 87 73 69 75 69 77 76 82 69
Kevin Strong 26 6'4" DT 65 64 79 58 80 58 76 59 69 78 81 78 63
Carl Lawson 27 6'2" RE 84 83 89 82 88 82 65 88 80 88 78 80 75
Ifeadi Odenigbo 28 6'3" RE 72 82 86 73 80 72 60 71 76 79 82 76 67
Linebackers
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
JMP
AWR
BSH
FMV
PMV
TCK
PWR
PUR
PRC
ZCV
MCV
Tyus Bowser 27 6'3" LOLB 77 85 89 82 75 89 76 60 82 69 81 78 79 71 54 46
Pete Werner 23 6'3" LOLB 69 85 85 86 76 68 67 68 68 69 80 76 73 65 75 55
Tevin Paul 23 6'4" LOLB 63 76 79 77 76 75 65 73 64 67 73 73 77 67 42 49
Logan Wilson 26 6'2" MLB 76 85 89 84 75 78 77 74 52 57 86 83 86 74 72 60
De'Vondre Campbell 29 6'4" MLB 75 85 87 86 73 83 79 64 61 48 91 79 82 77 69 63
Markus Bailey 25 6'0" MLB 65 82 87 80 75 77 65 71 49 58 80 83 79 63 67 58
Germaine Pratt 26 6'2" ROLB 74 87 89 79 76 79 71 69 58 64 86 81 83 68 70 63
Akeem Davis-Gaither 24 6'2" ROLB 70 89 91 86 70 86 71 65 58 52 77 82 80 66 67 62
Corey Thompson 28 6'1" ROLB 66 84 85 82 71 88 65 66 60 49 78 73 78 68 63 54
Riley Whimpey 23 6'1" ROLB 64 80 83 77 67 80 66 75 68 77 69 73 74 64 50 46
Defensive Backs
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
JMP
AWR
ZCV
MCV
BSH
TCK
PWR
PUR
PRC
Jason McCourty 35 5'11" CB 82 87 92 88 64 86 85 79 81 56 69 62 81 84
Nickell Robey-Coleman 30 5'8" CB 82 88 90 89 51 91 86 86 81 58 62 46 80 87
Trae Waynes 30 6'0" CB 77 93 92 86 67 88 78 76 75 61 53 40 85 77
Darqueze Dennard 30 5'11" CB 76 91 88 82 62 87 75 70 74 60 69 65 84 80
Trevor Williams 28 5'11" CB 75 91 90 88 62 86 77 72 76 57 59 52 81 73
Darius Phillips 26 5'10" CB 74 92 90 88 47 80 71 72 79 43 48 44 70 66
Elijah Hicks 23 5'11" CB 66 89 90 87 57 84 63 65 68 50 64 56 76 62
Jessie Bates III 25 6'1" FS 83 90 90 89 58 85 81 84 76 43 78 69 83 82
Shawn Davis 23 5'11" FS 71 90 90 88 68 74 68 74 64 55 73 77 75 65
Vonn Bell 27 5'11" SS 81 88 91 85 67 82 82 77 74 54 79 79 76 87
Jarrod Wilson 28 6'2" SS 74 91 90 83 71 85 78 74 71 56 65 65 77 74
Kicking
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
KPW
KAC
Randy Bullock 32 5'9" K 73 68 74 63 61 58 94 78
Matt Bosher 34 6'0" P 77 76 82 67 58 68 91 83

Regular Season

 
 
 
26
 
 
 
63
 
 
(13-3-0)
 
 
 
 
(4-12-0)
 
 
20
 
 
 
24
 
 
 
 
(10-6-0)
 
 
32
 
 
 
14
 
 
 
 
(12-4-0)
 
 
45
 
 
 
13
 
 
 
 
27
 
 
 
24
 
 
(1-15-0)
 
 
 
 
30
 
 
 
10
 
 
 
 
15
 
 
 
31
 
 
 
 
13
 
 
 
27
 
 
 
 
BYE
 
 
(12-4-0)
 
 
47
 
 
 
9
 
 
17
 
 
 
26
 
 
30
 
 
 
23
 
 
(4-12-0)
 
 
41
 
 
 
38
 
 
(10-6-0)
 
 
(6-10-0)
 
 
51
 
 
 
38
 
 
20
 
 
 
22
 
 
(5-11-0)
 
 
72
 
 
 
51
 
 
(4-12-0)
 
 
(13-3-0)
 
 
28
 
 
 
45
 

Playoffs

Preseason

 
 
 
46
 
 
 
40
 
 
 
 
34
 
 
 
22
 
 
 
 
31
 
 
 
28
 
 
(2-1-0)
 
 
 
 
20
 
 
 
41
 

Regular Season and Playoffs

Team Stats
Offense
Stat
Defense
() Total Yards ()
() Pass Yards ()
() Rush Yards ()
Passing
Player
Comp/Att
%
Yards
TDs
INTs
Long
Rating
J.Burrow 234/372 62.9 3546 31 45 99 71.5
J.Mixon 9/9 100 78 0 0 58 121.7
Totals
244/382
63.9
3624
31
45
99
72.9
Receiving
Player
Recs
Yards
Long
YAC
Drops
TDs
J.Waddle 50 1140 99 453 7 12
T.Boyd 40 714 72 265 5 10
P.Freiermuth 27 347 37 88 4 1
J.Ross III 16 334 55 81 5 1
J.Mixon 41 334 48 307 0 1
Totals
244
3624
99
1656
25
31
Rushing
Player
Attempts
Yards
Long
Broken Tackles
TDs
Fumbles
J.Mixon 254 1452 77 29 11 1
M.Mack 66 266 28 5 3 0
J.White 13 137 61 6 1 0
N.Bawden 8 30 10 1 2 0
J.Burrow 19 16 11 2 0 6
Totals
360
1901
77
60
17
9
Defense
Player
Tackles
Sacks
INTs
FFs
FRs
TDs
L.Wilson 45 3 1 0 0 0
N.Robey-Coleman 45 1 8 0 0 1
D.Campbell 45 1 3 1 0 1
J.Bates III 40 0 8 0 0 0
J.McCourty 32 2 5 1 0 1
Totals
444
26
44
7
2
5
Kicking
Player
FGs
Long
XPs
KOs
TBs
R.Bullock 18/23 52 46/47 0 0
M.Bosher 0/0 0 0/0 85 12
Totals
18/23
52
46/47
85
12
Punting
Player
Punts
Yards
Long
In 20
TBs
Avg
Net Avg
M.Bosher 32 1329 49 6 0 41.5 37.6
Totals
32
1329
49
6
0
41.5
37.6

Preseason

Team Stats
Offense Stat Defense
() Total Yards ()
() Pass Yards ()
() Rush Yards ()
Passing
Player Comp/Att % Yards TDs INTs Long Rating
R.Griffin III 10/14 71.4 201 2 2 69 109.7
J.Burrow 7/13 53.8 180 2 0 78 155.7
Totals 17/27 63 381 4 2 78 131.9
Receiving
Player Recs Yards Long YAC Drops TDs
J.Waddle 5 161 78 77 1 2
J.Ross III 2 81 69 25 1 1
P.Freiermuth 4 58 32 15 0 0
D.Sample 1 42 42 31 0 1
T.Boyd 2 25 13 4 1 0
J.White 2 9 6 17 0 0
A.Tate 1 5 5 -1 0 0
Totals 17 381 78 168 3 4
Rushing
Player Attempts Yards Long Broken Tackles TDs Fumbles
J.White 4 29 11 1 0 0
M.Mack 4 26 14 0 0 0
J.Mixon 8 16 9 0 0 0
J.Ross III 1 1 1 0 0 0
J.Burrow 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 18 72 14 1 0 0
Defense
Player Tackles Sacks INTs FFs FRs TDs
V.Bell 3 0 0 0 0 0
T.Waynes 3 0 0 0 0 0
L.Wilson 3 0 1 0 0 0
D.Campbell 3 0 1 0 0 0
J.Bates III 2 0 0 0 0 0
N.Robey-Coleman 2 0 0 0 0 0
J.McCourty 2 0 1 0 0 1
G.Atkins 1 0 0 0 0 0
S.Hubbard 1 0 0 0 0 0
D.Phillips 1 0 0 0 0 0
G.Pratt 1 0 0 0 0 0
A.Davis-Gaither 1 0 0 0 0 0
T.Bowser 1 0 0 0 0 0
T.Williams 1 0 0 0 0 0
D.Dennard 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 26 0 3 0 0 1
Kicking
Player FGs Long XPs KOs TBs
R.Bullock 2/2 33 4/4 9 3
Totals 2/2 33 4/4 9 3
Punting
Player Punts Yards Long In 20 TBs Avg Net Avg
M.Bosher 2 77 39 1 0 38.5 37.5
Totals 2 77 39 1 0 38.5 37.5

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