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Sunday, October 18, 2009


Kamerion Wimbley is a surprise inactive today for the Browns. Apparently, he had the flu and was sent home.

Also down for Cleveland is starting tight end Steve Heiden.

Sweed is inactive for the Steelers, along with Keenan Lewis, Carey Davis, Andre Frazier, Urbik, Hills and Sunny Harris.


Anonymous said...

if its brown flushit

Anonymous said...

Who besides Willie Parker fumbled? I didn't get to watch the game, but it sounds like the turnovers are what kept it so close.

noel said...

Mendenhall fumbled. The play probably could have been blown dead. He was careless with the ball though so he deserved it.

Robert said...

How did David Johnson do tonight, blocking? Did he have any catches?

Anonymous said...

A great illustration of the inconsistent calls on catches in the end zone in the SNF Chi vs Atl game.

Today, Ward catches a ball, falls on his knees in bounds and slides, all with clear possession of the ball, then rolls out of bounds and loses ball. Result: incomplete, no TD.

Tonight, Chi wr catches pass, takes two steps, drops ball out of bounds. Result: complete pass, TD.