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November 11. On this date in 1934, Shoghi Effendi wrote Quddus "was no doubt a very exalted one, and far above that of any of the Letters of the Living, including the first Letter, Mulla Husayn. Quddus reflected more than any of the disciples of the Bab the light of His teaching."

2019.11.11 11:51 A35821363 November 11. On this date in 1934, Shoghi Effendi wrote Quddus "was no doubt a very exalted one, and far above that of any of the Letters of the Living, including the first Letter, Mulla Husayn. Quddus reflected more than any of the disciples of the Bab the light of His teaching."

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2018.11.25 16:33 reverthelp EXISTENCE AND ONENESS OF GOD ALMIGHTY : The names of God

Since the time of the Last Messenger, upon him be peace and blessings, the All-Beautiful Names of God, exalted is His Majesty, have been a right-guiding source for knowing and recognizing the Divine Being in accordance with His Attributes of Majesty and Grace, and for protecting those who have been able to study and understand them correctly from straying, and for pouring forth true knowledge about the truth of Divinity to those who have been so protected.
Everyone who has set off to acquire true knowledge of God has advanced toward deepening in belief in the bright light of the All-Beautiful Names and in their areas of manifestation. In pursuit of true knowledge and love of God Almighty and in pursuit of spiritual pleasures, they have given these Names into the hands of their outer and inner faculties, like so many mysterious keys that will open the doors of knowing Him in accordance with His “true Nature or Identity;” thus they have advanced toward the horizon of “seeing,” knowing, and experiencing Him in the light of the truth that radiates through these doors.
Even if from the earliest days of Islam the All-Beautiful Names have always been a pure source for those who want to have recourse to them for knowledge of God, they began to be studied and discussed systematically in later eras.
So many books, brief or detailed, in prose or in verse, have been written about the All-Beautiful Names of God that it is not possible to determine them or to mention all of them. My following citations are only a drop in the ocean:
Among the All-Beautiful Names, those such as al-Quddus (The All-Holy and All-Pure), as-Salam (The Supreme Author of peace and salvation), al-Ahad(The Unique One of absolute Oneness), and al-Wahid (The One of absolute Unity) mark, like the Attributes of Exemption, the all-holiness, all-purity, and absolute uniqueness of the Divine Being.
The all-glorious Names al-Hayy (the All-Living), al-‘Alim (the All-Knowing), as-Sami‘ (the All Hearing), al-Basir (the All-Seeing), al-Murid (the All-Willing), al Qadir (the All-Powerful), and al-Mutakallim (the All-Speaking) appear as translators of the Positive or Affirmative Attributes; the all sacred Names, such as al-Khaliq(the Creator), al-Mubdi (the All Initiating), al-Muhyi (the All-Reviving, the Giver of life), al-Mumit (The One Who causes to die), ar-Razzaq(the All-Providing), al Wahhab (the All-Bestowing), al-Ghaffar (the All-Forgiving), as Sattar (the All-Veiling), al-Bari (the All-Holy Creator), and al-Mu sawwir (the All-Fashioning) are indicative of the manifestations of the Attribute of Making Exist on different wavelengths.
Whatever truth of the Divine Essence the Names reflect and whatever Attribute they translate, all of the All-Beautiful Names of God are expressive of a different beauty, sacredness, sanctity, and perfection in the name of that All-Transcending Being. Whenever they are mentioned, they mark the limits of the truths for belief with their meanings, contents, and luminosity, they arouse respect in believing spirits, and cause the hearts that beat with respect to turn to God once again, more deeply.
Every blessed Name Which is mentioned in awareness in the depths of one’s conscience removes the filth, soot, and rust from eyes and hearts, rips up the veils of corporeality, and shows spirits to the realms beyond and what lies further beyond. They remind us of the All-Sacred One to Whom they refer, as if they were our intercessors with Him; as long as people remember and mention God with these Names, hearts find contentment and rest.
Furthermore, according to the rule, “The value of the knowledge is proportionate to what is known,” those who know these blessed Names with respect to the Divine Being and attain certain degrees of profundity through them are greatly valued by the inhabitants of the heavens and included in the candidates for the Divine Presence. If being a candidate for the Di- vine Presence depends on true knowledge of Him, then that All Majestic, All-Exalted Being can only be known with His Attributes of Majesty and Grace in the luminous atmosphere of these Names. We know things only according to the limited extent of our sensations of their corporeal beings, and judge them accordingly.
But true knowledge about God Almighty with His all-transcending Existence can only be acquired by knowing the totality of all of His All-Beautiful Names; He can be known only beyond all modalities of quality and quantity. This reality also indicates that He is a Necessarily Existent Being Whose Existence is by Himself. This is what all Muslims believe.
Some scholars of Sufism and the Islamic creed have regarded the All-Beautiful Names as the foundation of the truths of the universe, things, and humanity.
They have made a highly different in- terpretation of these Names, saying: “The truths of things consist in the Divine Names.”
According to them, all things, as well as all the willful and “instinctive”acts of human beings and other beings—without ignoring the role of the free will in the acts of human beings—are only mirrors that reflect the manifestations of the Divine Names. Bodies are only assemblages of material particles and compounds, while the Divine Names are in effect the spirits that reside in them.
As for the true nature of these manifestations and the All-Majestic, All-Exalted Divine Being Himself, before Whom the Names are veils, we should act in self-possession and remain in wonder, saying like the scholars of the Ahlu’s-Sunna:
“God is completely different from whatever comes to your mind concerning Him,”
or in the words of Imam ar-Rabbani:
“God is beyond and further beyond whatever comes to your mind concerning Him.”
Even though certain impulses that arise from feelings or fanciful attitudes, or, in the words of Imam al-Ghazzali, “the worldly reason or intellect” cloud our atmosphere of spirit and heart, we should try to remain within the limits of our creed, saying like Ziya Pasha:
“Perception of such transcendent matters is not something for our incapable reason / For these scales cannot measure such a great load.”
If God Almighty had not introduced Himself to us with His All-Beautiful Names, we would never be able to comprehend the truth concerning these Names in what is going on in the universe or to know the All-Sacred Being Who is called by them. It is only through His making His Being, His Essential Characteristics, and His Attributes of Glory known that we are able to have knowledge of the truths that we know today, even though this is incomplete. It is our belief that the Names in question are the titles of His Being; as a result we try to acquire bits of knowledge about the truth of Divinity, voicing our requests at His door, which is open to all, and constantly observe these Names in hopeful expectation that our requests will certainly be answered, provided we submit to His judgments and commands. We believe that we can overcome our various troubles and ailments and be saved from our centuries-old problems by turning to Him, using these Names, each of Which has the effect of a different mysterious medication, as intercessors with Him.
We approach the All-Beautiful Names and understand them in accordance with whatever meaning they have in God’s sight and in the way the master of creation, upon him be the most perfect of blessings and peace, perceived and interpreted them. We regard opposing considerations as deviance in thought and belief. How can we think and act otherwise when the Qur’an tells us that the denial of the Names, whether explicitly or by way of misguided interpretations, or the attribution of them, with their meanings and contents that are unique to God, to others than God is heresy? Declaring,
God—there is no deity save Him; His are the All-Beautiful Names (20:8),
the Qur’an refers the whole of existence, including human kind and the universe with whatever occurs in it, to those All-Beautiful Names.
It is of great importance that every responsible person has recourse to the Divine Names so that they can have accurate knowledge of God and entreat Him properly and be able to establish a proper relationship with their Creator. We begin every good deed with His Names, and render every act of service under their supervision. We believe that any work done without having recourse to these will be fruitless. The Names Allah (God) and ar-Rahman (the All-Merciful) are of particular importance and have a special place in the Divine Being’s sight. They are the first door through which we enter the clime of prayers and entreaties.
Even though some philosophers and the theologians influenced by them have put forward certain differing views about the All-Beautiful Names, as they have done for the Attributes, the scholars of the Ahlu’s-Sunna have always acted with care, sensitivity, and self-possession. Without going into detail or useless interpretations, they have maintained that the Names can be identical to or separate from the Divine Essence. It has sometimes happened that they have asserted in a moderate style that the Names are neither identical to nor separate from the Divine Essence, thus preferring to distance themselves from further discussion.
Some others among the Sufis have opined that the All-Beautiful Names, Which we know and recite, are in fact the titles of the real Names, while the truth of Names lies beyond them. They have approached the matter of the Names, saying like Yunus Emre:
“There is Süleyman within Süleyman,”
and asserted that there is a relation between the Names we know and the real Divine Names that are behind existence which is similar to the relation between the corporeal heart and the spiritual heart and that which exists between the spirit and the body. They have stressed that the real Names can only be realized through a profound spiritual experience and the ecstasy of feeling God’s holy Presence.
No matter what their true nature is, the All-Beautiful Names Which God Almighty has taught us in His manifest Book are each a mysterious key for a certain sort of relationship with Him in the heart and the spirit; through these we can traverse our distance from Him, advancing toward nearness to Him, something that we are aware of in our conscience.
Those who reach this horizon work for God’s sake, begin every task for God’s sake, and do whatever they do for God’s sake; in the words of Bediüzzaman,
they can make the seconds of their life as fruitful as the years of other people by moving and stopping “for God,” “for God’s sake,” and “for the good pleasure of God.”
Why should this not be possible, as the servants are His servants, the Names are His Names, it is He Who is called by these Names, and the door to which the servants turn is His door?
Some scholars have asserted that God’s Names are only those Which God and His Messenger have taught us as Divine Names, and it is not acceptable to derive Names from certain Divine Acts or to attribute them to God as being among His All-Beautiful Names. However, it is a fact that many Divine Acts are mentioned in the Qur’an in a way that will lead to different Names.
Moreover, God Almighty has not taught us all of His Names. As our master, upon him be peace and blessings, stated in his prayer that begins with,
“O God, I am Your servant, and the son of Your male servant, and the son of Your female servant,”
in addition to the All-Beautiful Names Which are mentioned in the Qur’an and certain Prophetic sayings, God has Names Which He mentioned in the previous Divine Books or Which He particularly informed some of His servants about or Which He keeps concealed with Him.
However, we cannot know any of His Names unless He teaches them to us. We can know only the Names Which He has taught us either in the Qur’an or in the Sunna.
Abu Hurayra, may God be pleased with him, narrates 99 Divine Names from the noblest Prophet, upon him be peace and blessings.
Even though these same Names are narrated from the Prophet by Salmanu’l-Farisi, ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas, ‘Abdul lah ibn ‘Umar, and Caliph ‘Ali, may God be pleased with them, these narrations have not been authenticated. Some assert that the number 99 was used as a symbol of multiplicity in the hadith related by Abu Hurayra, therefore we cannot say that God’s All-Beautiful Names are restricted to 99.
God is the Creator of everything, and therefore believers must mention Him as the Creator and avoid making specifications, such as the Creator of snakes or the Creator of vermin.
However, we must also avoid going to the opposite extreme while taking care that anything improper for God should not be attributed to Him, and must not claim, like the Mu‘talizis, that human beings are the creators of their deeds and God does not create evil or ugly things or events.
For it is He Who creates both good and evil, and a thing or event is evil not with respect to its creation but with respect to its doer and cause.
This attitude is required by both the necessity of considering God’s Attributes correctly and observing the decrees and effects of Divine Essential Characteristics, Attributes, and All-Beautiful Names.
God is both the One of absolute grandeur and glory and the All-Merciful and All-Compassionate; He is both the All-Overwhelming and the All-Wise, both the One Severe in Punishment and the All-Patient (Whom no haste induces to rush into an action). He is both the All-Majestic and the All Gracious, and the All-Just and the All-Clement. We must always view Him in the light of the general meaning and content that is formed by the totality of His Attributes and Names.
The acts and designations attributed to God or mentioned in connection with Him must be considered from the perspective of His absolute Sacredness and Purity and His absolute exemption from any defect or resemblance to the created.
For example, concepts such as making schemes, plotting, mocking, disgracing, or the like must be viewed and used in a style proper for the truth of Divinity and the essential characteristic of Divine Lordship. This is because respect for the Names and observing a style that is in keeping with God’s absolute exemption from any defect or resemblance means being respectful for the All-Sacred One Who is called by these Names.
Not only should the All-Beautiful Names be considered with appreciation and without imputing any faults or defects to them, also the Divine acts and all works or creatures of the Lord, which are mirrors, results, and the arena of the manifestations of these Names, must be treated the same on account of their being indicators or witnesses of God Almighty.
Those who right fully approach the matter from this perspective remind us of an important point:
we must always be appreciative of Divine Acts, hold the Divine Names as being absolutely free from any defect, and exalt the All-Sacred Divine Being.
With respect to the level of existence of everything and as it is something that has been created, every being, every object speaks of Him in its own peculiar language and style.
All creatures say in unison:
Our words differ, but Your Beauty is one; all of them indicate that All-Beautiful “Face.”
If a person can look at existence with their conscience and lend an ear to the messages of events, they will discern the reality expressed by Hodja Tahsin:
Contemplate the lines of the universe, for they are missives to you from the Highest Realm.
How can this reality not be discerned seeing that His Being is, in one sense, announced through the lines of the universe, and His Knowledge, Life, Power, and Will are voiced through them, that the manifestations of His Names of Glory are known through them on different wavelengths, and everything gives us great joy and happiness through the most delicate embroideries of the subtlest art, order and harmony they display?
I should point out once more that even though the most accurately narrated Tradition concerning the All-Beautiful Names is the one reported by Abu Hurayra, may God be pleased with him, according to the majority of scholars the Divine Names are not restricted to those mentioned in this Tradition. On the contrary, there are many other Divine Names that are mentioned in both the Qur’an and the Sunna, both explicitly and by allusion.
The 99 blessed Names mentioned in the Tradition in question may have special importance in respect of prayers, entreaties, supplications, and particular instances of turning to God Almighty.
For as mentioned above, there are other Names that certain other people have been informed of but Which have not been disclosed to everyone.
The number of the Names Which are mentioned in the Qur’an and the books of the accurately related Prophetic Traditions in the forms of nouns, adjectives, and verbal nouns is as much as 550, and even reaches 1,000 in the Traditions related by members of the Prophet’s Family.
In some cultures, God Almighty is mentioned with the names or titles Which are not opposed to the Qur’anic concept of the Divine Being such as the One having no beginning, the Eternal in the past, the Eternal in the future, the Perpetual, the Everlasting, the Necessarily Existent Being, the Ever-Turner of hearts or the Ever Disposer of hearts.
“Huda” in Persian can be viewed as being a name in the same strain. However, the promise for entering Paradise in return for consideration of God’s Names seems to relate to the Tradition reported by Abu Hurayra. That is, it was promised that one would enter Paradise if they considered God’s Names that were mentioned in the Prophetic Tradition reported by Abu Hurayra. We refer the truth of the matter to God Almighty; we turn to the scholars of Hadith for what is meant by consideration.
They understand from this the regular, heart-felt recitation of those Names and the illumination of one’s inner world through them, as well as being respectful for the concept of the Divine Being that arises from their totality, following the principles of good conduct they provide, and trying to be aware of the mysteries of Divinity expressed by them.
All of the All-Beautiful Names are absolutely sacred.
Some have regarded it impermissible to use some of these Names for others than God.
These are Names like Allah (God), ar-Rahman (the All-Merciful), al-Quddus (The All-Holy and All-Pure), al Muhyi, (The Giver of life and All-Reviving), al-Mumit (The One Who causes to die), Maliku’l-Mulk(The Absolute Master of all dominion), Dhu’l-Jalali wa’l-Ikram (The One of Majesty and Grace), al-Akbar (The All-Great, the Greatest of all), al-‘A’la (The All-Exalted), al-Khaliq (The Creator),‘Allamu’l-Ghuyub (The All Knowing of the whole of the Unseen), and so on.
This knowledge of the Divine Names and this approach to both the Divine Names and the truths of Divinity are unique to the Muslim Community.
In fact, God’s Essential, Affirmative, and Figurative Attributes and His Attributes of Exemption confirm this truth and call us to this accurate approach.
For this reason, in addition to knowing Him as the All-Knowing, the All-Living, the All-Powerful, the All-Hearing, the All-Seeing, the All-Willing, and the All Speaking, based on their Affirmative Attributes, we must also affirm His absolute freedom from whatever is inappropriate for Divinity such as impotence, poverty, neediness, defects, and having partners.
Furthermore, we must in no way attribute any features that are peculiar to the created to God, such as being concerned with matter, time, space, physicality, or energy. We must believe that, in the words of Ibrahim Haqqi ,
God is an All Majestic, All-Exalted Being Who never eats or drinks, and Who is absolutely beyond time and space.
As will be mentioned below, some verifying scholars have divided the Divine Names into the categories such as the Names indicating the Divine Essence, the Names originating in the Affirmative Divine Attributes, and the Names indicating the Divine Acts.
They have also regarded some Names as being the leaders or foundations of all the Names, and have made another categorization under the titles of the Names of Majesty and the Names of Grace. They have considered all the Names to be the foundation or source in which the truths of things originate or even these truths themselves, as well as being the means of all things being transferred from the Realm of the Unseen to the visible or manifest world through the Divine Knowledge, Wisdom, Will, and Power.
Such scholars have stressed that these all-blessed Names are veils before the All-Sacred One Who is called by them.
It is He alone Who knows the exact truth of everything, and what we must do is to believe in whatever He teaches us.
It is unnecessary to make a detailed explanation of the All-Beautiful Names here as there are numerous studies that have been made so to date—a few of these were mentioned at the beginning of this article. You will find below the most widely known Divine Names only with just brief definitions.
O God! Show us the truth as being true and enable us to follow it; show us falsehood as being false and enable us to refrain from it. And bestow blessings and peace on our master Muhammad and on his Family and Companions, all of them.
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2018.11.11 15:00 A35821363 November 11. On this date in 1934, Shoghi Effendi wrote Quddus "was no doubt a very exalted one, and far above that of any of the Letters of the Living, including the first Letter, Mulla Husayn. Quddus reflected more than any of the disciples of the Bab the light of His teaching."

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2017.08.27 13:58 A35821361 August 27. On this date in 1852, subsequent to a failed assassination attempt by some Bábís of Naser al-Din Shah Qajar, Fatimah Baraghani, also known as Qurrat al-Ayn, was executed. An influential Bábí theologian, she would shun most of her family because they did not adopt her new religion.

August 27. On this date in 1852, subsequent to a failed assassination attempt by some Bábís of Naser al-Din Shah Qajar, Fatimah Baraghani, also known as Qurrat al-Ayn, was executed. An influential Bábí theologian, she would shun most of her family because they did not adopt her new religion.
Fatimah Baraghani, later known as Qurrat al-Ayn (Consoloation of the Eyes) and Tahirih (the Pure One), was an influential theologian of the Bábi faith.
Her interpretation of the Báb's message was considered radical by many of his other believers, including Mullá Muḥammad 'Alí-i-Bárfurúshi, also known as Quddús, who was the most prominent disciple of the Báb and the eighteenth and final Letter of the Living who accused her of "heresy." Among her theological contributions was that she "wedded the messianic message to the figure of al-Bab." and "her rise to leadership aptly characterized the messianic ethos around which the entire Bábi movement was formed."
She abandoned and shunned most of her family because they did not adopt her new religion.
From The Master's Last Tablet to America in Bahá’í World Faith—Selected Writings of Bahá’u’lláh and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá
Likewise Qurratu’l-‘Ayn, who is celebrated in all the world, when she believed in God and was attracted to the Divine Breaths, she forsook her two eldest sons, although they were her two oldest children, because they did not become believers, and thereafter did not meet them. She said: “All the friends of God are my children, but these two are not. I will have nothing to do with them.”
And from Martha Root's Táhirih the Pure
The question of her returning to her husband arose, and this she absolutely refused to do. Try as they might, she would not consent to be reconciled with her husband, Mullá Muhammad. She gave as her reason: "He, in that he rejects God's religion, is unclean; between us there can be naught in common."
She has become the object of hagiographic work, including numerous biographies, poems, songs, choreographed dances, and paintings. The Tahirih Justice Center is named after her.
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2016.09.30 00:12 dannooo28 Thoughts on a few players?

I'm a Falcons fan and haven't been able to keep up to date with every team. I'm sort of going to each team's Reddit and seeing what their fans think of some players that I thought/think could be pretty good. So I ask Miami fans, what do you think of Jay Ajayi, Kenyan Drake, DeVante Parker, Laremy Tunsil, Isa Abdul-Quddus, and Xavien Howard?
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2016.03.09 17:11 NFL_Mod Free Agency Tracker - Day 1

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Day 1 - 3/9, Wednesday

Team Player Position Length Contract Guaranteed Former Team
Chargers Travis Benjamin WR 4 years 24 million 13 million Browns
Lions Marvin Jones WR 5 years 40 million 20 million Bengals
Raiders Bruce Irvin LB 4 years 37 million 12.5 million Seahawks
Jaguars Chris Ivory RB 5 years 32.5 million 10 million Jets
Giants Janoris Jenkins CB 5 years 62.5 million 29 million Rams
Raiders Kelechi Osemele OL 5 years 58.5 million 25.4 million Ravens
Jaguars Malik Jackson DL 6 years 85.5 million 42 million Broncos
Titans Ben Jones C 4 years 17.5 million 7.5 million Texans
Vikings Alex Boone OG 4 years 26.8 milion 10 million 49ers
Eagles Chase Daniel QB 3 years 21 million 12 million Chiefs
Eagles Rodney McLeod FS 5 years 37 million 17 million Rams
Falcons Alex Mack C 5 years 47.5 million Browns
Vikings Travis Lewis LB Lions
Jaguars Brad Nortman P 4 years 8.8 million 1.65 million Panthers
Giants Damon Harrison DT 5 years 46.25 million 24 million Jets
Jets Matt Forte RB Bears
Texans Brock Osweiler QB 4 years 72 million 37 million Broncos
Texans Lamar Miller RB 4 years 26 million 14 million Dolphins
Eagles Brandon Brooks OG 5 years 40 million Texans
Texans Jeff Allen OL 4 years 28 million Chiefs
Cardinals Tyvon Branch S 2 years 10 million 5 million Chiefs
Chiefs Johnathan Massaquoi DE Falcons
Ravens Ben Watson TE 2 years Saints
Bears Danny Trevathan LB 4 years 28 million Broncos
Lions Tavon Wilson S Patriots
Bengals Eric Winston OT 1 year 1.09 million Bengals
Falcons Matt Schaub QB Ravens
Rams Cody Davis S 2 years Rams
Titans Matt Cassel QB 1 years Cowboys
Redskins Duke Ihenacho S Redskins
Dolphins Isa Abdul-Quddus S 3 years 12.75 million Lions
Rams Tim Barnes C 2 years 5.5 million 3.25 million Rams
Giants Olivier Vernon DE 5 years 85 million 52.5 million Dolphins
Vikings Emmanuel Lamur LB 2 years 6 million 2.5 million Bengals
Bears Bobby Massie OT 3 years 18 million Cardinals
Texans Tony Bergstrom C Raiders
Chargers Brandon Mebane DT 3 years 13.5 million Seahawks
Chiefs Mitchell Schwartz OT 5 years Browns
Bears Tracy Porter CB 3 years 16.5 million Bears
Bears Jacquizz Rodgers RB 1 year Bears
Bears Nick Becton OL 1 year Bears
Chargers Dwight Lowery S 3 years 7.2 million Colts
Buccaneers J.R. Sweezy OG 5 years 32.5 million Seahawks
Rams Brian Quick WR 1 years 3.75 million 1.5 million Rams
Vikings Michael Griffin S 1 year 3 million Titans
49ers Thad Lewis QB Eagles
Jaguars Marcedes Lewis TE 3 years $12M Jaguars
Vikings Mike Harris OL Vikings
Eagles Nigel Bradham LB 2 years Bills
Jaguars Tashaun Gipson FS 5 years 35.5 million Browns
Saints Coby Fleener TE 5 years 36 million Colts
Bengals Adam Jones CB 3 years Bengals
Broncos Donald Stephenson OT 3 years 14 million 10 million Chiefs
Eagles Ron Brooks CB 3 years 6 million Bills
Chiefs Derrick Johnson LB 3 years 21 million Chiefs
Rams Brian Folkerts OL Rams
Chiefs Frank Zombo LB 3 years 3.6 million Chiefs
Chargers Kellen Clemens QB 1 year Chargers
Falcons Derrick Shelby DE 4 years 21 million 7.5 million Dolphins
Chiefs Jaye Howard DL 2 years 12 million 8.3 million Chiefs
Seahawks Jeremy Lane CB 4 years Seahawks
Dolphins Sam Young OT 1 year 0.91 million Jaguars
Steelers Ladarius Green TE 4 years 20 million 5 million Chargers
Titans Rishard Matthews WR 3 years Dolphins
Falcons Adrian Clayborn DL 2 years 9 million Falcons
Jets Zach Sudfeld TE Jets

Signings prior to Free Agency

This list is incomplete
Team Player Position Length Contract Guaranteed Former Team
Redskins Kirk Cousins QB FRAN 19.953 million Redskins
Eagles Sam Bradford QB 2 years 36 million Eagles
Jaguars Chad Henne QB 2 years 8 million Jaguars
Redskins Colt McCoy QB 3 years Redskins
Cardinals Drew Stanton QB 2 years 6.5 million Cardinals
49ers Shaun Draughn RB 1 year 49ers
Bears Alshon Jeffery WR FRAN 14.599 million Bears
Steelers Darrius Heyward-Bey WR 3 years 3.8 million Steelers
Patriots Keshawn Martin WR 2 years 3 million Patriots
Bengals Brandon Tate WR 1 year Bengals
Colts Dwayne Allen TE 4 years 29.4 million Colts
Titans Craig Stevens TE 1 year 2 million Titans
49ers Garrett Celek TE 4 years 14 million 49ers
Saints Michael Hoomanawanui TE 3 years Saints
Bills Cordy Glenn OT FRAN 13.706 million Bills
Chargers Joseph Barksdale OT 4 years 22.2 million Chargers
Texans Chris Clark OT 2 years 6 million Texans
Bills Richie Incognito OG 3 years 15.75 million Bills
Steelers Ramon Foster OG 3 year Steelers
Panthers Chris Scott OG 1 year Panthers
Jets Muhammad Wilkerson DL FRAN Jets
Broncos Derek Wolfe DL 4 years 36.7 million Broncos
49ers Ian Williams DL 5 years 49ers
Panthers Charles Johnson DE 1 year 3 million Panthers
Eagles Leodis McKelvin CB 2 years 6 million Bills
Eagles Vinny Curry DL 5 years 47.25 million Eagles
Lions Tyrunn Walker DL 1 year 1.6 million Lions
Packers Letroy Guion DL 3 years 11.25 million Packers
Seahawks Ahtyba Rubin DL 3 years 12 million Seahawks
Vikings Kenrick Ellis DL 1 year Vikings
Broncos Von Miller OLB FRAN Broncos
Giants Jason Pierre-Paul DE 1 year 10 million
Chiefs Tamba Hali OLB 3 years 22 million Chiefs
Ravens Albert McClellan EDGE 3 year Ravens
Cowboys Rolando McClain ILB 1 year Cowboys
Vikings Audi Cole ILB 1 year Vikings
Browns Tank Carder ILB Browns
Panthers Josh Norman CB FRAN Panthers
Rams Trumaine Johnson CB FRAN 13.952 million Rams
Steelers William Gay CB 3 years 7.5 million Steelers
Ravens Shareece Wright CB 3 years 16 million Ravens
Saints Kyle Wilson CB 1 year Saints
Chiefs Eric Berry S FRAN Chiefs
Vikings Andrew Sendejo S 4 years 16 million Vikings
Cardinals Chris Clemons S 1 year Cardinals
Buccaneers Keith Tandy S 2 years Buccaneers
Raiders Nate Allen S 1 year 3 million Raiders
Steelers Robert Golden S 3 years 5 million Steelers
Ravens Justin Tucker K FRAN 4.5 million Ravens
Packers Mason Crosby K 4 years 16.1 million Packers
Colts Adam Vinatieri K 2 years 6 million Colts
Texans Nick Novak K 1 year Texans
Raiders Marquette King P 5 year 16.5 million Raiders
Texans Shane Lechler P 1 year Texans
Bengals George Iloka S 5 years 30 million Bengals
Chargers Antonio Gates TE 2 years 12 million 6 million Chargers
Panthers Mike Tolbert FB 2 years Panthers
Dolphins Mario Williams DE 2 years 17 million Bills
Bucs Doug Martin RB 5 years 35.75 million 15 million Bucs
Lions Haloti Ngata DT 2 years 12 million 6 million Lions
Rams Mark Barron LB 5 years 45 million 20 million Rams
Rams William Hayes DE 3 years 17.5 million 10 million Rams
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2015.06.26 00:48 Xylan_Treesong Xylan's Stat Pack Thursdays

As many of you know, I tend to truck through a lot of numbers. What you may not know is that I only involve maybe 5-10% of them in my write-ups. The rest I either make a mental note of in case I need it in the future, or I just save and wait. Just to experiment, I'm going to try to release a collection of stats every Thursday. They may be utterly useless numbers, and they may be numbers I'm going to use in a later post. Just some stuff that I found, that I thought would be interesting.
I'm also going to experiment with how to best display the data. Please give me any feedback you can on this. What methods for displaying the information did you like? What did you dislike? Why? Do you want more graphs? More interactivity? Do you find it all obnoxious? Should I focus on more explanations with fewer stats, or more stats, and let you do what you will with the data?
Without further ado, here is Xylan's inaugural Stat Pack Thursday.

Inaugural Stat Pack Thursday

Stafford and his Receivers

Data Set 1 -
Matt Stafford has targeted 27 different players at least 10 times.
  • He has averaged more than 8 YPA with 4 receivers.
  • In order, those players are: Golden Tate (9.24), Calvin Johnson (8.91), Jeremy Ross (8.29), and Ryan Broyles (8.24).
  • The only one of those 4 who has a catch rate below 62.5% is Calvin Johnson.
  • Golden Tate has the highest catch rate among any WR with 68.8%, which is #6 among all players.
  • Nate Burleson has the second highest, with 67.5%
  • Every player with a higher catch rate is a RB - Joique Bell (73.0%), Kevin Smith (72.2%), Maurice Morris (70.4%), Mikel Leshoure (70.0%), Reggie Bush (69.1%).
  • There are 10 players currently on the roster, to whom Stafford has thrown 10+ times (lowest among them is 37).
  • When targeting those 10 players, Stafford has a passer rating of 88.9.
  • 6/10 have a catch % over 62%: Joique Bell, Golden Tate, Theo Riddick, Jeremy Ross, Ryan Broyles, Brandon Pettigrew.
  • Discounting the lowest-rated target (Corey Fuller), his passer rating is 90.1.
  • Corey Fuller is at or near the bottom in nearly every category:
  • Catch% - 37.8% (#10)
  • YPA - 5.73 (#9)
  • YPG - 17.67 (#9)
  • TD% - 2.7% (#8)
  • TD/G - 0.08 (#9-t)
  • INT% - 8.11% (#10)
  • INT/G - 0.25 (#9)
  • Passer Rating - 32.7 (#10)
  • Corey Fuller is also at or near the bottom in a few categories among all of Stafford's 27 targets.
  • Catch% - #26
  • INT% - #25
  • INT/G - #24-t
  • Passer Rating - #27
  • There are 16 receivers who were targeted at least 10 times by Stafford, and 10 times by another QB.
  • Two receivers average over 40 yards per game more with Stafford. They are Golden Tate (+44.8) and Calvin Johnson (+41.0).
  • Only 4 players have a higher catch rate with Stafford, than without. The highest two are Golden Tate (+7.3%) and Nate Burleson (+6.0%).
  • There are only 4 receivers who have been targeted more per game by other QBs, than by Stafford.
  • One of them is Brandon Pettigrew (-1.16)
  • The other 3 are Maurice Morris (-7.7), Aaron Brown (-1.65), and Mike Thomas (-2.15), the last of whom left the team in 2012.
  • Only 5/16 receivers have a higher INT% with Stafford, than with other QBs.
  • They are Aaron Brown (+14.3), Bryant Johnson (+3.1), Will Heller (+3.0), Reggie Bush (+1.5), and Nate Burleson (+0.2)

Special Teams

Data Set 2
There are 51 players who have taken at least 10% of Special Teams snaps in either 2013 or 2014.
  • Of the top 10 in 2013, only 5 took any special teams snaps in 2014.
  • Those 3 are Tahir Whitehead, Don Carey, Theo Riddick, Sam Martin, and Ashlee Palmer.
  • Of the top 10 in 2014, 7 are currently on the roster.
  • Those 7 are Isa Abdul-Quddus, Don Carey, Josh Bynes, Sam Martin, Tahir Whitehead, Jeremy Ross, and Mohammed Seisay
  • 16 players took at least 10% of special teams snaps in both 2013 and 2014.
  • Of those 16, 11 are currently on the roster.
  • Those 8 are Devin Taylor, Larry Warford, Riley Reiff, DeAndre Levy, Brandon Pettigrew, Theo Riddick, Don Muhlbach, Jeremy Ross, Tahir Whitehead, Sam Martin, and Don Carey
  • 22 players took at least 10% of special teams snaps in either 2013 or 2014, while taking at least 1 snap.
  • Of those 22, only 14 are currently on the roster.
  • The other three are Joique Bell, Darius Slay, and Stephen Tulloch.
  • In 2013, Defensive Backs took more Special Teams snaps than any position. In 2014, it was Linebackers.
  • In 2014, Running Backs, Defensive and Offensive Linemen, Wide Receivers, and Defensive Backs took fewer snaps than in 2013.
  • In 2014, Linebackers, Tight Ends, and Fullbacks took more snaps than in 2013.
  • In 2014, Defensive Backs collectively lost the most snaps (-183), and Fullbacks collectively gained the most snaps (+273).
  • Of players on the roster in 2013 and 2014, Travis Lewis represented the largest fall in Special Teams snaps, going from 49.7% in 2013 (#7) to 0 in 2014.
  • Julian Stanford represented the largest gain in Special Teams snaps, going from 16.7% of snaps in 2013 (#21) to 62.6% of snaps in 2014 (#3)

Nick Fairley

Data Set 1
Data Set 2
Nick Fairley played in games 1-8 in 2014, then missed games 9-16.

Average Drives

Games Plays/Dr Yds/Dr TOP/Dr
Lions 1-8 5.4 25.2 2:22
Avg 1-8 5.9 31.8 2:40
Lions 9-16 5.8 29.5 2:42
Avg 9-16 5.8 30.0 2:37
Lions 1-16 5.6 27.3 2:32
Avg 1-16 5.8 30.8 2:39

Result of Drives

Games Score% Turnover% Punt%
Lions 1-8 26.4% 13.2% 49.5%
Avg 1-8 36.9% 12.6% 40.6%
Lions 9-16 29.1% 16.3% 43.0%
Avg 9-16 34.1% 12.8% 42.1%
Lions 1-16 27.7% 14.7% 46.3%
Avg 1-16 35.4% 12.7% 41.4%

By Type of Play

Games Run % Pass % Run Per Drive Pass Per Drive
Lions 1-8 38.3% 65.6% 2.1 3.6
Avg 1-8 41.0% 61.5% 2.4 3.6
Lions 9-16 33.0% 71.0% 1.9 4.2
Avg 9-16 40.7% 61.1% 2.3 3.5
Lions 1-16 35.6% 68.3% 2.0 3.8
Avg 1-16 40.8% 61.3% 2.4 3.6

By Play Results

Weeks Y/Play Y/Pass Y/Rush TO/P TD/P
Lions 1-8 4.99 5.42 3.27 2.43% 2.63%
Avg 1-8 5.45 6.34 4.16 2.16% 3.79%
Lions 9-16 5.04 5.80 3.01 2.78% 3.58%
Avg 9-16 5.20 6.02 4.17 2.22% 3.41%
Lions 1-16 4.76 5.62 3.15 2.61% 3.11%
Avg 1-16 5.35 6.18 4.17 2.19% 3.60%
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2015.03.10 17:00 NFL_Mod Free Agency Tracker - Day 1

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Today is day 1 of free agency. The page below is where we will keep all free agency signings. If you wish to help us keep it up to date, contact the moderators.

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Today's signings will also be shown on this page.
They are ordered in terms of recency, with the most recent deals at the top. This will be updated for at least the next week. If you have anything to add to the post please post it in the comments. NFL.com also has an official free agency tracker.
Comments discussing the signings are also welcome here but we will also be allowing one post for each transaction it's own thread so those will probably be more lively. Further updates to a signing should go in that thread.

Day 1 - 3/10, Tuesday

Team Player Position Length Salary Guaranteed Former Team
49ers Blaine Gabbert QB 2 years $2 million 49ers
Bears Eddie Royal WR Chargers
Broncos Virgil Green TE 3 years $8.4 million Broncos
Redskins Stephen Paea DT 4 years $21 million $15 million Bears
Giants Jonathan Casillas LB 3 years $10.5 million Buccaneers
Falcons Justin Durant LB Cowboys
Giants Chris Ogbonnaya RB Browns
Raiders Rodney Hudson C 5 years $44.5 million Chiefs
Lions Josh Bynes LB 2 years Ravens
Vikings Shaun Hill QB 2 years $6.5 million Rams
Raiders Lee Smith TE 3 years $9 million Patriots
Bills Jerome Felton FB 4 years $9.2 million Vikings
Colts Colt Anderson S 1 year $0.825 million $0.180 million Colts
Colts Mike Adams S 2 years Colts
Rams Lance Kendricks TE 4 years $18.5 million Rams
Jets Buster Skrine CB 4 years $25 million $13 million Browns
Bengals Clint Boling G Bengals
Jets Bilal Powell RB 1 year $2 million $0.725 million Jets
Lions Isa Abdul-Quddus S 1 year Lions
Raiders Roy Helu RB 2 years $4 million Redskins
Jets Darrelle Revis CB 5 years $70 million $39 million Patriots
Colts Trent Cole DE 2 years $16 million $8 million Eagles
Chargers Orlando Franklin G 5 years $36.5 million $20 million Broncos
Chargers Trevor Robinson C 2 years $4.25 million Chargers
Chargers Ricardo Mathews DE Chargers
Patriots Brandon Gibson WR 1 year $0.825 million $0.04 million Dolphins
Seahawks Cary Williams CB 3 years $18 million Eagles
Eagles Byron Maxwell CB 6 years $63 million $25 million Seahawks
Colts Kendall Langford DT Rams
Colts Frank Gore RB $8.5 million 49ers
Giants JT Thomas LB 3 years $12 million $4.5 million Jaguars
Jaguars Jared Odrick DT $8.5 million/season $22 million Dolphins
Falcons Brooks Reed LB 5 years $22 million Texans
Jaguars Julius Thomas TE 5 years $46 million $24 million Broncos
49ers Torrey Smith WR 5 years $40 million $22 million Ravens
Cardinals Mike Iupati G 5 years $40 million $22.5 million 49ers
Raiders Malcolm Smith LB Seahawks
Titans Da'Norris Searcy S 4 years $24 million $10.5 million Bills
Broncos Owen Daniels TE 3 years $12 million Ravens
Giants Shane Vereen RB 3 years $12.5 million $4.75 million Patriots
Giants Marshall Newhouse T 2 years $3 million $1 million Bengals
Giants Dwayne Harris PKWR 5 years $17.5 million $7.1 million Cowboys
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2014.08.13 17:17 happyphilter Tuesday 12 Aug camp notes

Freep camp notes
■With players in full pads, the Lions did a one-on-one blocking drill with linebackers, running backs and tight ends for the third time this summer. Stephen Tulloch and Kyle Van Noy were the best rushers in the drill, winning most of their reps. Van Noy had an easy time with Mikel Leshoure on his first rush and steamrolled Steven Miller, but Joseph Fauria held his ground against Van Noy and kept him away from the towel the drill used as a target.
■Fauria continued to show improvements as a blocker. He also won a rep against Tahir Whitehead, though Whitehead eventually got to the towel with a good second effort. Rookie Eric Ebron is much less refined as a blocker and I can’t see the Lions asking him to do much blocking this fall. Julian Stanford twice got the better of Ebron in the drill.
■While Ebron struggled in that drill and another set of one-on-one pass-rush drills against the defensive line, he should be complimented for a nice block he made in one 11-on-11 period to spring Reggie Bush for a big gain.
■In one-on-one pass-rush drills, the Lions tackles did not have a good day. Devin Taylor ran over Riley Reiff in his first rep, Jason Jones trucked Corey Hilliard early and Darryl Tapp took LaAdrian Waddle and drove him into the bag that served as quarterback for the drill. Tapp also got the better of Cornelius Lucas when Lucas was too late using his long reach to keep Tapp away.
■Larry Webster had the best pass rush move of the night when he used his left arm to drive Lucas onto his heels then turned inside for a would-be sack. Michael Williams stuffed Webster later in the drill, but Webster finished with a max-effort rush in which he bulled Williams to the ground (and fell with him).
■Jonte Green blocked a Giorgio Tavecchio field goal off the edge. Not sure exactly what happened on the play as I was standing in the back of the far end zone trying to see if kickers Tavecchio and Nate Freese made their field goals. Both made all five of their other attempts.
■Last thing, here’s an example of the accountability Caldwell talks about when it comes to penalties and turnovers: In one drill where the offense was backed up at its goal line, Jacob Maxwell committed a false start and was subbed on the next snap, and when Lucas jumped on that play he was immediately replaced by Williams. One period earlier, in a goal-line situation, the Lions botched back-to-back snaps by Dominic Raiola and Travis Swanson. Caldwell immediately ended the period and called for the second-team. Swanson, by the way, continues to struggle with snaps. He’s misfired a good half dozen so far in camp.
Mlive camp notes
*** The Lions hosted a rare night practice at the team's practice facility, bringing in portable lights. The session was supposed to be open to military veterans and first responders, but the inclement weather in the area the past two days forced the team to close it down to the public.
Whether it was the lights or another factor, it was the most physical practice the Lions have had to date, by far. Guys were going hard on both sides of the ball.
Of all the players to stand out in this setting, tight end Joseph Fauria was playing with a fervent aggression. He played angry, even driving rookie linebacker Kyle Van Noy to the turf in a one-on-one blocking drill.
Fauria is out to silence the critics who continue to chirp about his limited skill set and he's made impressive strides toward doing that through the early stages of camp.
*** That Fauria-Van Noy snap happened during a one-on-one blocking session with running backs/tight ends taking on the linebackers. Here were a few other notable moments from that drill:
-- Stephen Tulloch is dominant in one-on-one situations. He's so strong, plays with violent hands, and his height gives him a clear leverage advantage every snap. The veteran linebacker plowed through fullback Jed Collins on a bull rush, then got his hands into the chest of Montell Owens, tossing him aside.
-- Eric Ebron is struggling in the blocking department, not that anyone should be surprised by this development. He was easily beat by backup linebacker Julian Stanford on consecutive snaps.
-- DeAndre Levy, not wanting to be outdone by Tulloch, barreled over rookie fullback Chad Abrams.
*** Rookie center Travis Swanson had a rough practice. He jammed a finger on his left hand and had to have it taped, then botched another snap. I spoke with him after practice about the snapping issues and will have more on the topic later.
*** Swanson wasn't the only player to get a little banged up. Ebron came up limping after being taken to the ground hard by safety DeJon Gomes and defensive end George Johnson was taken to the locker room with an undisclosed injury.
*** Running back George Winn got some extra work, repping with the first-team kickoff units and even managing a couple snaps with the first-team offense during situational work. Detroit clearly wants to get a closer look at the young back who is having an impressive camp thus far.
*** The defensive backs worked a drill that specifically focused on turning their head when breaking up a pass.
*** Tight end Jacob Maxwell had a rough day, false starting during a full-team drill that had the offense working in the shadow of its own goal line. A couple plays later, he dropped a pass in the middle of the field. Undrafted rookie Cornelius Lucas also picked up a false start during this segment.
*** The field goal kicking competition is heating up as both kickers showed accuracy and distance, drilling home efforts from 53 yards with ease. Giorgio Tavechhio did have one attempt blocked when cornerback Jonte Green exploded off the edge, coming through untouched.
*** Don Carey and Gomes have taken most, if not all, the reps as the second-team safeties, but Isa Abdul-Quddus and Jerome Couplin were in those spots for this practice. Again, this might just be a case of the team wanting to take a closer look at talents on the roster bubble.
*** In a one-on-one blocking drill, rookie defensive end Larry Webster steamrolled offensive tackle Michael Williams. The other defensive linemen went crazy after the rep.
*** The first-team defensive line really had a impressive night overall. Jason Jones, CJ Mosley, Devin Taylor and Ndamukong Suh seemed to be in the backfield all night. Suh ripped past Larry Warford on one snap and bear-hugged running back Reggie Bush as soon as he took the handoff from Matthew Stafford.
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2014.03.15 14:41 gosportsteamgo Lions cut, signed, and unsigned update (3/15/14)

For any one curious, as of Saturday morning, 3/15/14, this is the up-to-date list of players cut, signed, and unsigned players for the Lions
Players Released/cut/free agents: * Kicker David Akers * Safety John Wendling * Defensive End Israel Idonije * Offensive Lineman Dylan Gandy * Linebacker Rocky McIntosh * Defesive End Willie Young * Wide Receiver Nate Burleson * Saftey Louis Delmas
Players Signed/resigned: * S Isa Abdul-Quddus * WR Golden Tate * LB Darryl Tapp * DT Vaughn Martin * TE Brandon Pettigrew * WR Kevin Ogletree * WR Jeremy Ross * WR Kris Durham * DB Chris Greenwood * RB Joique Bell * LS Dn Muhlbach * OL Dominic Raiola
Unsigned: * QB Shaun Hill * WR Micheal Spurlock * S John Wendling * CB Rashean Mathis * OL Jason Fox * TE Dorin Dickerson * TE Matt Veldman * DL Andre Fluellen
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2012.12.09 21:56 cech_mate Game Thread: New Orleans Saints (5-7) @ New York Giants (7-5)

New Orleans Saints (5-7) vs. New York Giants (7-5)

Time: 4:25 PM Eastern 3:25 PM Central 2:25 PM Mountain 1:25 PM Pacific
Location: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
Weather at kickoff:
46°F/NE at 10 mph/☂ PM Showers/50% Precipitation/65% Humidity
TV:
ESPN
Streams:
Firstrow
Wiziwig
VipBox
Saints @ Giants
Stream2Watch
Odds: Spread: New York Giants 12
OveUnder: 40

INJURIES FOR WEEK 14:

New Orleans Saints , Interim Head Coach. Joe Vitt

Pos Name Injury Prac. status Game status
S sa Abdul-Quddus Concussion Full Participation in Practice Probable
DE Martez Wilson Toe Full Participation in Practice Probable
DT Tom Johnson Back Full Participation in Practice Probable
CB Johnny Patrick Illness Full Participation in Practice Probable
DE Junior Galette Ankle Full Participation in Practice Probable
CB Corey White Knee Out (Definitely Will Not Play) Out
S Roman Harper Rib Full Participation in Practice Probable
TE David Thomas Knee Full Participation in Practice Probable
WR Courtney Roby Hamstring Full Participation in Practice Probable
T Charles Brown Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Out

New York Giants , Head Coach. Tom Coughlin

Pos Name Injury Prac. status Game status
LB Michael Boley Shoulder Full Participation in Practice Probable
RB Ahmad Bradshaw Foot Limited Participation in Practice Probable
LB Jacquian Williams Knee Full Participation in Practice Probable
S Tyler Sash Hamstring Did Not Participate In Practice Out
LB Chase Blackburn Ankle Full Participation in Practice Probable
WR Hakeem Nicks Knee Limited Participation in Practice Questionable
C David Baas Shoulder Full Participation in Practice Probable
DE Jason Pierre-Paul Back Full Participation in Practice Probable
S Kenny Phillips Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Doubtful
WR Domenik Hixon Ankle Full Participation in Practice Probable
TE Travis Beckum Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Out
T Sean Locklear -- Out (Definitely Will Not Play) --
STATS

New Orleans Saints New York Giants

Teams Pos Passing Cmp Att Yds TDs INT RAT
QB Drew Brees 304 492 3674 31 16 92.1
QB Chase Daniel 1 1 10 0 0 108.3
QB Eli Manning 259 427 3170 16 11 85.3
QB David Carr 1 2 4 0 0 56.2

New Orleans Saints New York Giants

Teams Pos Rushing Car Yds AVG TDs
RB Pierre Thomas 89 425 4.8 1
RB Mark Ingram 98 352 4.5 5
RB Ahmad Bradshaw 185 836 4.6 5
RB Andre Brown 73 385 5.3 8

New Orleans Saints New York Giants

Teams Pos Receiving Rec Yds Avg Long TDs
WR Marques Colston 61 828 13.6 40 8
WR Lance Moore 52 822 15.8 43 4
WR Victor Cruz 68 883 13 80 8
WR Hakeem Nicks 46 585 12.7 50 2

New Orleans Saints

Teams PTS YDS PASS YDS RUSH YDS
26.8 386.4 294.2 92.2
Ranking (6th) (6th) (3rd) (27th)

New York Giants

Teams PTS YDS PASS YDS RUSH YDS
26.8 371.2 256.3 114.8
Ranking (5th) (10th) (9th) (15th)
STANDINGS
NFC South WIN LOSS TIE WIN %
11 1 0 .917
6 6 0 .500
5 6 0 .417
3 9 0 .250
NFC East WIN LOSS TIE WIN %
7 5 0 .583
6 6 0 .500
6 6 0 .500
3 9 0 .250
Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Eli Time OT Fin
7 6 14 0 0 27
14 7 14 17 0 52

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