Josh Freeman: 16/24, 138 yards, 1 TD (but he did not throw a pick)
Cam Newton: 23/33, 303 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT (typical day for him)
Jake Locker: 23/32, 229 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
Ryan Fitzpatrick: 18/32, 195 yards, 3 TD, 3 INT
Andrew Luck: 23/45, 309 yards, 1 TD, 3 INT (but he looked like he belonged)
The (just plain) U-G-L-Y Ugly!
Brandon Weeden: 12/35, 118 yards, 0 TD, 4 INT
Michael Vick: 29-56, 317 yards, 2 TD, 4 INT
Matt Stafford: 32-48, 355 yards, 1 TD, 3 INT (againt the Rams... c'mon man!)
Ryan Tannehill: 20/36, 219 yards, 0 TD, 3 INT
Miami Dolphins: ZERO offensive points, 2-10 on 3rd down, 0-3 on 4th down, 275 yards of total offense (Schaub threw for 266).
Eagles Defense: 12 penalties, 110 yards (most were holding, a few were questionable)
REFS IN THE SEAHAWKS-CARDINALS GAME: So, Seattle basically got 4 timeouts in the 2nd half, and when the refs tried to explain what happened, they got the explanation wrong. In case you missed it, there was a play with about a minute to go in the game where the pass was incomplete and a Seattle player got hurt. The rule states that, in that situation, a timeout should have been taken for the injury. Because of the incomplete pass, the refs stopped the clock and did not take a timeout from Seattle. They just completely ignored the rule. In their explanation, they said the clock was stopped because of the incomplete pass, which is technically WRONG.
I put Josh Freeman under the moderate section because, comparitively speaking, his numbers were mediocre. However, it was a good day for him because he did not throw a pick. That has to make Bucs fans verry happy.
Even comparitively speaking, those numbers were pretty good for Blaine Gabbert. But for him.... wow! That puts him on pace for 4160 yards this year.
I know he's a rookie, but Brandon Weeden looks like he going to be one of the best at being horrible (at his position) in a long time. No other QB is as good at being bad as Brandon Weeden. At least he can say no one is on his level.
Marcedes Lewis looked completely revived yesterday. It needs to keep up for the Jags to have success. Gabbert is still young, and needs a safety blanket who just happens to be a Pro Bowl TE. Now he just needs to play like one in 2012.
Michael Vick did look pretty horrible yesterday, but the Browns D was getting some help from the replacement refs, who were letting the Browns get away with a lot of hits to Vick's head.
If you weren't worried about the referee situation before, the Seahawks game should have taken care of that.