Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Games on the AVE: Gamespot Reviews Assassin's Creed III

Also available on PS3


In some respects, Connor is a vessel for ideas more than a force of nature in his own right, though few heroes could hope to outshine the charming and worldly star of Assassin's Creed II, Ezio Auditore. Noah Watts' unsure voice acting keeps Connor at arm's length, emotionally--though in some respects, the distance is appropriate, given Connor's uncertain path through a complex political landscape. It's the time of the American Revolution, and Connor finds himself a key figure on and off the battlefield. He fires cannons, commands troops, and jams his tomahawk into loyalist flesh. He rides with the delightful Paul Revere and conspires with Samuel Adams, thus allowing you to participate in some of the time period's most renowned events: the Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill, and so forth. Assassin's Creed games are well known for their incredible attention to historical detail, and Assassin's Creed III is no exception. Major and minor figures are depicted; the cities of Boston and New York are exquisitely re-created; and even minutiae like the lines of The Beggar's Opera are presented with fine accuracy.
Who is Ratonhnhaké:ton? He's the son of a British father, raised by his Mohawk mother and caught in a struggle between his own people and the colonists spreading through the American Northeast. He's an assassin who, like those before him, believes in the people's right to be free and make their own choices. He's also known as Connor, and he stars in Assassin's Creed III, the most thematically rich game in this ambitious and freewheeling series. 
Yet Assassin's Creed III is less about history and more about the broader themes of the franchise. The Assassin vs. Templar conflict deepens here. You've heard the Templar point of view before, often via the soliloquies of dying men who pleaded the good intentions of a philosophy that nonetheless paved an apparent road to hell. Now, the truth, such as it is, isn't so cut-and-dried. You hear the sincere and convincing words of the men you've assumed represent the wrong side of morality, and must wonder: are the ideas of good and bad so absolute after all? Are the men you cradle in your arms as they gasp their dying breaths necessary casualties, or do they whisper ideas worth hearing and understanding? As one character insists, "There is no one path through life that's right or fair."
Of course, Connor's dilemma is one of the past; in the present day, series constant Desmond Miles plays his own role, making his legend by carving his way through the here and now. Connor fights for the rights of his people; Desmond holds the fate of the world in his hands. Assassin's Creed III draws important parallels between the two men, both of whom navigate a thorny relationship with an estranged father. Surprisingly, given the series' past, Desmond's story tugs at the heart, not because of his newfound relationship with his aloof father, but because he learns more of the First Civilization, and their futile attempts to ward off the disaster that annihilated them.
The Desmond portions are even more fleshed out than before, allowing the former bartender to at last exercise his own stealth, parkour, and assassination skills, hinting at the possibility of full-fledged modern-day adventuring--though never quite arriving there. There does come an important revelation, however: the typically surprising finale that leaves you scratching your head, and in this case, forces you to consider an unpleasant truth about the nature of humanity. The finale lacks punch and falls short of Assassin's Creed II's jaw-dropping conclusion. But the inconclusive ending is designed to have you guessing, and you will ponder the implications over and over, trying to weave a tapestry of truth out of the conspiracies that have always buoyed the series' self-serious stories.
It takes time to reach that conclusion, or indeed, to experience the parkour flights of fancy that represent Assassin's Creed III at its best. In fact, it takes time for you to even meet its hero, though it's better to discover just how the game handles that introduction on your own. Suffice it to say: the opening hours are unexpectedly protracted as you discover that this is, indeed, a different kind of Assassin's Creed. It's no less joyous, once the stops are ultimately pulled out, but the game takes its time, trusting you to be patient with a slow-paced prologue that is concerned more with establishing tone and backstory than with allowing you free rein of its bustling cities.

Games on the AVE: Gamespot Reviews Need for Speed: Most Wanted

Also available on Xbox 360



Vehicles glide along invisible roads in the sky. Cars are borne out of twitchy, twisty clouds of darkness. Groups of police cruisers perform coordinated donuts, twirling about like dancers in a Busby Berkeley musical. In the creative and unusual pre-race sequences throughout Need for Speed: Most Wanted, you get the sense that the city of Fairhaven is a surreal land with dreamlike logic that might allow anything to happen at any moment. It's striking, then, that the actual game here is so typical and unsurprising, and that although it delivers plenty of the hard-hitting, white-knuckle racing Criterion is known for, it doesn't do so quite as well as some of the studio's earlier games.
The first game Need for Speed: Most Wanted may make you think of isn't a Criterion game at all; it's Need for Speed Most Wanted, the 2005 game with almost the same name. But while both games take place in open-world cities and involve plenty of police chases, the similarities aren't as significant as you might expect. One of the earlier game's most memorable elements was its hilariously over-the-top tale, told using some cheesy cutscenes, of a newcomer to the city of Rockport who has a personal vendetta against local street racer Razor Callahan. The premise gave you a terrific motivation for rising through the ranks of Rockport's street racing scene and taking Razor down.
Here, you also have the goal of defeating a number of street racers, but there's no narrative to back it up. The 10 racers on your list are identified only by their cars--they don't have names or faces or personalities--and without a personal investment in defeating them, doing so isn't nearly as satisfying here as it was in the 2005 game. It is merely a structural hoop to jump through; you do it simply because the game tells you that this is what you are supposed to do.


Well, that and the fact that driving, racing, and eluding the police are really enjoyable, for the most part. If you've played Criterion's earlier Need for Speed game, 2010's Hot Pursuit, the handling here will feel immediately familiar. Despite the stable of real-world cars, the driving isn't realistic. Cars have a great sense of weight and momentum to them, while still being extremely responsive, and as you'd expect from a Criterion racer, judicious use of the brakes and a bit of practice will have you blissfully drifting through corners at high speed. Unexpectedly, cars don't start out with boost, but fear not; boosting is a big part of racing in Most Wanted. Each vehicle has five events associated with it, and by taking first place in the easiest of these, you unlock the burn nitrous mod for that car. This enables you to boost after you build up your nitrous bar by doing things like drifting, taking down cops and rivals, and driving in oncoming traffic. Victory in each of a vehicle's events nets you speed points, which you need to earn a set number of before you can challenge each of the most wanted racers. Winning events also gives you access to other mods, including chassis that make you more resistant to impacts, gears that increase your acceleration or top speed, and tires that reinflate if popped by spike strips

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

2012 World Series: Detroit Tigers vs San Francisco Giants

2012 MLB Playoff Results


2012 World Series Game Schedule:

Game 1: Wed, Oct 24 @SFG

Game 2: Thu, Oct 25 @SFG

Game 3: Sat, Oct 27 @DET

Game 4: Sun, Oct 28 @DET

Game 5: Mon, Oct 29 @DET

Game 6: Wed, Oct 31 @SFG

Game 7: Thu, Nov 1 @SFG

*All Start Times 8pm ET*

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

NFL Week 7 Standings, Scores and Stats; Week 8 Schedule

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AFC

East
Patriots436.9
Dolphins330.1
Bills34-9.8
Jets34-0.3
North
Ravens52-0.4
Steelers33-2.2
Bengals34-6.7
Browns16-7.9
South
Texans6111.1
Colts33-6.8
Titans34-11.4
Jaguars15-12.1
West
Chargers33-2.6
Broncos336.8
Raiders24-10.3
Chiefs15-14.8

NFC

East
Giants529.3
Cowboys331.5
Eagles33-3.6
Redskins342.1
North
Bears5113.2
Vikings522.7
Packers439.5
Lions240.5
South
Falcons605.9
Buccaneers24-0.2
Saints24-2.6
Panthers15-3.8
West
49ers5211.5
Seahawks436.0
Cardinals431.3
Rams342.8

Week 7 Scores

All tables provided by Pro-Football-Reference.com
Week Day Date Winner/tie Loser/tie PtsW PtsL
7 Thu October 18 boxscore San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks 13 6
7 Sun October 21 boxscore Oakland Raiders Jacksonville Jaguars 26 23
7 Sun October 21 boxscore Dallas Cowboys @ Carolina Panthers 19 14
7 Sun October 21 boxscore New Orleans Saints @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 35 28
7 Sun October 21 boxscore Green Bay Packers @ St. Louis Rams 30 20
7 Sun October 21 boxscore New York Giants Washington Redskins 27 23
7 Sun October 21 boxscore Minnesota Vikings Arizona Cardinals 21 14
7 Sun October 21 boxscore Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals 24 17
7 Sun October 21 boxscore Indianapolis Colts Cleveland Browns 17 13
7 Sun October 21 boxscore New England Patriots New York Jets 29 26
7 Sun October 21 boxscore Tennessee Titans @ Buffalo Bills 35 34
7 Sun October 21 boxscore Houston Texans Baltimore Ravens 43 13
7 Mon October 22 boxscore Chicago Bears Detroit Lions 13 7

Week 8 Schedule

Week Day Date VisTm HomeTm Time
8 Thu October 25 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Minnesota Vikings 8:20 PM
8 Sun October 28 Carolina Panthers @ Chicago Bears 1:00 PM
8 Sun October 28 San Diego Chargers @ Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM
8 Sun October 28 Seattle Seahawks @ Detroit Lions 1:00 PM
8 Sun October 28 Jacksonville Jaguars @ Green Bay Packers 1:00 PM
8 Sun October 28 Miami Dolphins @ New York Jets 1:00 PM
8 Sun October 28 Indianapolis Colts @ Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM
8 Sun October 28 Atlanta Falcons @ Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 PM
8 Sun October 28 Washington Redskins @ Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM
8 Sun October 28 New England Patriots @ St. Louis Rams 1:00 PM
8 Sun October 28 Oakland Raiders @ Kansas City Chiefs 4:05 PM
8 Sun October 28 New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys 4:15 PM
8 Sun October 28 New Orleans Saints @ Denver Broncos 8:20 PM
8 Mon October 29 San Francisco 49ers @ Arizona Cardinals 8:30 PM

Passing

Rk Tm Cmp Att Yds ▾ TD Int Y/G Rate Sk
1 Eli Manning NYG 169 265 2109 12 7 301.3 92.5 5
2 Tom Brady NWE 186 285 2104 12 3 300.6 96.9 14
3 Drew Brees NOR 166 273 2097 18 7 349.5 96.1 12
4 Aaron Rodgers GNB 183 262 1979 19 4 282.7 109.6 26
5 Joe Flacco BAL 150 252 1837 9 6 262.4 84.0 18
6 Andy Dalton CIN 156 243 1831 13 10 261.6 87.7 17
7 Peyton Manning DEN 154 227 1808 14 4 301.3 105.0 10
8 Brandon Weeden CLE 154 272 1783 9 10 254.7 72.3 11
9 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 155 235 1765 11 3 294.2 98.6 13
10 Matt Ryan ATL 160 236 1756 14 6 292.7 98.8 13
11 Matthew Stafford DET 164 264 1754 5 6 292.3 78.4 12
12 Carson Palmer OAK 148 241 1732 7 4 288.7 86.0 12
13 Andrew Luck IND 134 250 1674 7 7 279.0 72.3 16
14 Matt Schaub HOU 140 222 1650 10 4 235.7 93.1 8
15 Tony Romo DAL 150 221 1636 8 9 272.7 84.6 9
16 Michael Vick PHI 136 231 1632 8 8 272.0 77.7 17
17 Robert Griffin III WAS 133 189 1601 7 3 228.7 101.8 15
18 Sam Bradford STL 131 219 1592 7 6 227.4 81.5 21
19 Josh Freeman TAM 104 187 1538 11 5 256.3 91.2 9
20 Christian Ponder MIN 152 227 1492 9 6 213.1 87.5 16
21 Philip Rivers SDG 139 209 1492 10 9 248.7 85.3 18
22 Ryan Tannehill MIA 118 198 1454 4 6 242.3 76.5 12
23 Mark Sanchez NYJ 116 218 1453 9 7 207.6 74.6 14
24 Ryan Fitzpatrick BUF 133 218 1435 15 9 205.0 86.1 8
25 Alex Smith SFO 127 190 1427 9 5 203.9 93.9 18
26 Cam Newton CAR 101 173 1387 5 6 231.2 79.3 15
27 Jay Cutler CHI 106 187 1359 8 7 226.5 78.3 19
28 Russell Wilson SEA 104 175 1230 8 7 175.7 79.5 14
29 Kevin Kolb ARI 109 183 1169 8 3 194.8 86.1 27
30 Matt Cassel KAN 103 176 1150 5 9 230.0 66.2 13
31 Matt Hasselbeck TEN 96 156 931 5 4 186.2 78.2 10
32 Blaine Gabbert JAX 88 158 906 6 3 151.0 77.1 15
33 Jake Locker TEN 67 106 781 4 2 195.3 90.2 3
34 John Skelton ARI 41 74 456 1 3 152.0 61.5 8
35 Brady Quinn KAN 24 40 212 0 2 106.0 53.3 0
36 Shaun Hill DET 10 13 172 2 0 172.0 157.9 0
37 Kirk Cousins WAS 5 9 111 1 2 111.0 97.2 1
38 Chad Henne JAX 11 22 94 0 0 47.0 61.6 3
39 Kyle Orton DAL 9 10 89 1 0 89.0 137.1 0
40 Colin Kaepernick SFO 5 9 89 0 0 17.8 89.6 2
41 Mohamed Sanu CIN 1 1 73 1 0 18.3 158.3 0
42 Derek Anderson CAR 3 3 46 0 0 46.0 118.7 0
43 Rusty Smith TEN 3 5 34 0 0 34.0 80.4 0
44 Tim Tebow NYJ 2 3 32 0 0 4.6 102.1 1
45 Tyrod Taylor BAL 2 3 30 0 0 15.0 99.3 0
46 Tim Masthay GNB 1 1 27 1 0 3.9 158.3 0
47 T.J. Yates HOU 2 5 23 0 1 11.5 15.0 0
48 David Carr NYG 1 2 4 0 0 4.0 56.2 1
49 John Hekker STL 1 1 2 1 0 0.3 118.7 0
50 Antonio Brown PIT 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 39.6 0
51 Jason Campbell CHI 1 1 0 0 0 0.0 79.2 0
52 Armanti Edwards CAR 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 39.6 0
53 Matt Prater DEN 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 39.6 0
54 Brad Smith BUF 0 1 0 0 1 0.0 0.0 0

Rushing

Rushing
Rk Tm Yds ▾ TD Lng Y/A Y/G Fmb
1 Arian Foster HOU 659 9 46 3.9 94.1 0
2 Alfred Morris WAS 658 5 39 4.8 94.0 1
3 Marshawn Lynch SEA 652 2 36 4.4 93.1 1
4 Adrian Peterson MIN 652 3 34 4.8 93.1 1
5 Frank Gore SFO 601 4 37 5.8 85.9 2
6 Jamaal Charles KAN 591 2 91 5.1 98.5 3
7 Stevan Ridley NWE 589 4 20 4.4 84.1 2
8 Ray Rice BAL 524 5 43 4.9 74.9 0
9 C.J. Spiller BUF 523 4 56 7.3 74.7 2
10 Chris Johnson TEN 496 2 83 4.5 70.9 1
11 Ahmad Bradshaw NYG 492 4 37 4.7 82.0 1
12 Robert Griffin III WAS 468 6 76 7.3 66.9 7
13 LeSean McCoy PHI 459 1 34 4.1 76.5 3
14 Reggie Bush MIA 434 3 65 4.4 72.3 1
15 Shonn Greene NYJ 432 5 21 3.5 61.7 3
16 Willis McGahee DEN 432 3 31 4.3 72.0 2
17 BenJarvus Green-Ellis CIN 431 2 20 3.4 61.6 3
18 Maurice Jones-Drew JAX 414 1 59 4.8 69.0 2
19 Doug Martin TAM 408 2 36 4.1 68.0 0
20 Steven Jackson STL 380 1 23 3.8 54.3 0
21 Matt Forte CHI 366 1 39 4.6 73.2 0
22 Michael Turner ATL 357 3 27 4.3 59.5 1
23 Trent Richardson CLE 348 4 32 3.4 49.7 1
24 DeMarco Murray DAL 330 1 48 4.4 66.0 1
25 Darren McFadden OAK 324 2 64 3.1 54.0 1
26 Daryl Richardson STL 282 0 53 5.1 40.3 1
27 Cam Newton CAR 273 3 40 5.9 45.5 6
28 Mikel Leshoure DET 259 1 15 3.9 64.8 2
29 Ryan Mathews SDG 259 1 18 4.5 64.8 1
30 Kendall Hunter SFO 258 1 26 5.2 36.9 1
31 Cedric Benson GNB 248 1 11 3.5 49.6 1
32 Michael Bush CHI 242 3 20 3.8 40.3 0
33 Donald Brown IND 239 1 18 4.0 59.8 0
34 Brandon Bolden NWE 234 2 27 5.4 39.0 0
35 Andre Brown NYG 215 4 31 5.0 35.8 0
36 Pierre Thomas NOR 214 1 48 4.3 35.7 0
37 Michael Vick PHI 205 1 20 5.0 34.2 9
38 Fred Jackson BUF 197 1 13 3.7 39.4 2
39 Jonathan Dwyer PIT 192 0 32 4.7 48.0 1
40 Ben Tate HOU 178 2 25 4.1 29.7 1
41 DeAngelo Williams CAR 177 2 27 3.5 29.5 1
42 Jackie Battle SDG 176 3 52 4.6 29.3 0
43 Shaun Draughn KAN 170 1 25 3.8 28.3 1
44 Alex Green GNB 165 0 41 3.1 33.0 0
45 Ryan Williams ARI 164 0 25 2.8 32.8 2
46 Danny Woodhead NWE 161 1 19 3.5 23.0 0
47 Vick Ballard IND 151 0 26 3.1 25.2 0
48 Felix Jones DAL 149 1 22 4.1 24.8 1
49 Tashard Choice BUF 145 0 22 4.3 29.0 0
50 Jonathan Stewart CAR 142 0 20 4.1 35.5 1
51 Bilal Powell NYJ 131 0 11 3.9 21.8 0
52 Isaac Redman PIT 127 1 13 2.5 25.4 0
53 Mark Ingram NOR 127 1 12 2.9 21.2 0
54 LaRod Stephens-Howling ARI 127 2 27 3.0 25.4 0
55 Lamar Miller MIA 126 1 22 5.5 25.2 0
56 Aaron Rodgers GNB 125 0 19 5.2 17.9 0
57 Alex Smith SFO 123 0 24 4.7 17.6 3
58 Bernard Pierce BAL 122 0 21 5.3 17.4 0
59 Justin Forsett HOU 120 0 17 5.2 17.1 0
60 Russell Wilson SEA 119 0 14 3.4 17.0 2
61 Darren Sproles NOR 118 0 47 5.4 19.7 0
62 Kevin Smith DET 115 1 19 4.0 28.8 0
63 Robert Turbin SEA 115 0 15 4.4 16.4 0
64 Andrew Luck IND 115 3 19 5.8 19.2 4
65 Daniel Thomas MIA 113 2 9 3.1 28.3 2
66 Joe McKnight NYJ 113 0 61 6.6 16.1 0
67 Colin Kaepernick SFO 111 2 30 8.5 22.2 1
68 Toby Gerhart MIN 102 0 22 3.4 14.6 2
69 LeGarrette Blount TAM 100 2 35 4.0 16.7 0
70 Kevin Kolb ARI 100 1 22 6.3 16.7 2
71 Ryan Fitzpatrick BUF 95 0 20 4.3 13.6 3
72 Peyton Hillis KAN 93 0 18 4.4 31.0 1
73 Christian Ponder MIN 92 1 23 4.6 13.1 3
74 William Powell ARI 92 0 17 4.6 23.0 2
75 Joique Bell DET 91 1 13 4.0 15.2 1
76 Rashad Jennings JAX 90 1 10 2.6 22.5 0
77 Mike Goodson OAK 89 0 43 8.1 14.8 0
78 David Wilson NYG 87 1 40 5.8 12.4 1
79 Montario Hardesty CLE 84 1 14 3.8 21.0 0
80 Cedric Peerman CIN 83 1 48 11.9 11.9 0
81 Jay Cutler CHI 82 0 24 4.8 13.7 1
82 Jacquizz Rodgers ATL 77 0 9 2.5 12.8 0
83 Chris Wells ARI 76 0 10 2.6 25.3 0
84 Tim Tebow NYJ 76 0 22 3.5 10.9 0
85 Rashard Mendenhall PIT 74 0 17 3.9 37.0 1
86 Percy Harvin MIN 73 1 20 4.3 10.4 1
87 Matt Ryan ATL 67 1 15 4.5 11.2 1
88 Jake Locker TEN 67 0 31 8.4 16.8 2
89 Brad Smith BUF 67 0 35 8.4 11.2 1
90 Randall Cobb GNB 67 0 28 22.3 9.6 2
91 Matthew Stafford DET 66 2 12 4.7 11.0 0
92 Mario Manningham SFO 64 0 29 21.3 10.7 1
93 Phillip Tanner DAL 61 0 9 2.8 10.2 0
94 Andy Dalton CIN 61 1 17 2.9 8.7 2
95 Matt Cassel KAN 61 1 21 5.5 12.2 5
96 Curtis Brinkley SDG 60 0 12 2.1 15.0 1
97 Sam Bradford STL 58 1 21 3.2 8.3 2
98 Armando Allen CHI 58 1 46 8.3 9.7 0
99 Delone Carter IND 54 0 6 3.6 18.0 0
100 Ronnie Brown SDG 53 0 21 3.8 10.6 0

Receiving

Rk Tm Rec Yds ▾ Y/R TD Lng R/G Y/G
1 Wes Welker NWE 54 688 12.7 2 59 7.7 98.3
2 Reggie Wayne IND 47 666 14.2 2 30 7.8 111.0
3 A.J. Green CIN 44 636 14.5 7 73 6.3 90.9
4 Victor Cruz NYG 50 627 12.5 7 80 7.1 89.6
5 Calvin Johnson DET 38 592 15.6 1 51 6.3 98.7
6 Vincent Jackson TAM 27 586 21.7 5 95 4.5 97.7
7 Percy Harvin MIN 53 577 10.9 2 45 7.6 82.4
8 Brandon Marshall CHI 41 577 14.1 4 34 6.8 96.2
9 Roddy White ATL 37 553 14.9 4 59 6.2 92.2
10 Demaryius Thomas DEN 32 542 16.9 3 71 5.3 90.3
11 Jordy Nelson GNB 40 532 13.3 5 52 5.7 76.0
12 Marques Colston NOR 35 517 14.8 5 40 5.8 86.2
13 Brian Hartline MIA 29 514 17.7 1 80 4.8 85.7
14 Steve Smith CAR 28 471 16.8 0 66 4.7 78.5
15 DeSean Jackson PHI 29 465 16.0 1 49 4.8 77.5
16 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 40 459 11.5 3 37 5.7 65.6
17 Anquan Boldin BAL 31 453 14.6 1 43 4.4 64.7
18 Andre Johnson HOU 34 444 13.1 2 60 4.9 63.4
19 Antonio Brown PIT 36 442 12.3 1 27 6.0 73.7
20 Eric Decker DEN 34 441 13.0 3 55 5.7 73.5
21 Randall Cobb GNB 37 435 11.8 3 39 5.3 62.1
22 Jeremy Kerley NYJ 25 435 17.4 2 66 3.6 62.1
23 Torrey Smith BAL 25 435 17.4 4 52 3.6 62.1
24 Rob Gronkowski NWE 35 434 12.4 5 41 5.0 62.0
25 Tony Gonzalez ATL 43 430 10.0 4 25 7.2 71.7
26 Miles Austin DAL 25 428 17.1 4 49 4.2 71.3
27 Dwayne Bowe KAN 34 423 12.4 3 33 5.7 70.5
28 Malcom Floyd SDG 25 418 16.7 1 39 4.2 69.7
29 Owen Daniels HOU 33 416 12.6 4 34 4.7 59.4
30 Lance Moore NOR 28 408 14.6 2 35 5.6 81.6
31 Brandon Lloyd NWE 35 407 11.6 1 27 5.0 58.1
32 Mike Wallace PIT 29 397 13.7 4 82 4.8 66.2
33 Danny Amendola STL 32 395 12.3 2 56 6.4 79.0
34 Andre Roberts ARI 29 389 13.4 5 46 4.1 55.6
35 Davone Bess MIA 28 388 13.9 0 28 4.7 64.7
36 Steve Johnson BUF 32 387 12.1 4 49 4.6 55.3
37 Dez Bryant DAL 36 378 10.5 2 38 6.0 63.0
38 Julio Jones ATL 30 376 12.5 4 31 5.0 62.7
39 Nate Washington TEN 23 374 16.3 3 71 3.3 53.4
40 Michael Crabtree SFO 34 368 10.8 1 36 4.9 52.6
41 Mike Williams TAM 19 368 19.4 3 65 3.2 61.3
42 Brent Celek PHI 25 357 14.3 1 34 4.2 59.5
43 Andrew Hawkins CIN 27 346 12.8 2 59 3.9 49.4
44 Domenik Hixon NYG 22 346 15.7 0 41 3.7 57.7
45 Vernon Davis SFO 23 340 14.8 4 53 3.3 48.6
46 Brandon Gibson STL 25 335 13.4 2 34 3.6 47.9
47 Brandon Myers OAK 28 334 11.9 0 26 4.7 55.7
48 Hakeem Nicks NYG 22 334 15.2 1 50 5.5 83.5
49 Josh Gordon CLE 14 333 23.8 4 71 2.0 47.6
50 Jared Cook TEN 25 328 13.1 2 61 3.6 46.9
51 Jermaine Gresham CIN 28 325 11.6 2 55 4.0 46.4
52 Fred Davis WAS 24 325 13.5 0 29 3.4 46.4
53 Greg Olsen CAR 26 324 12.5 1 34 4.3 54.0
54 James Jones GNB 29 323 11.1 7 49 4.1 46.1
55 Denarius Moore OAK 21 323 15.4 3 49 4.2 64.6
56 Jason Witten DAL 33 320 9.7 1 35 5.5 53.3
57 Sidney Rice SEA 22 312 14.2 2 46 3.1 44.6
58 Martellus Bennett NYG 25 305 12.2 3 33 3.6 43.6
59 Kendall Wright TEN 36 304 8.4 2 35 5.1 43.4
60 Donnie Avery IND 25 304 12.2 1 41 4.2 50.7
61 Brandon Pettigrew DET 31 298 9.6 1 24 5.2 49.7
62 Jeremy Maclin PHI 20 295 14.8 3 70 4.0 59.0
63 Heath Miller PIT 31 290 9.4 5 30 5.2 48.3
64 Santana Moss WAS 19 290 15.3 4 77 2.7 41.4
65 Cecil Shorts JAX 12 284 23.7 3 80 2.0 47.3
66 Kevin Walter HOU 19 279 14.7 2 52 2.7 39.9
67 Brandon LaFell CAR 17 279 16.4 2 32 2.8 46.5
68 Leonard Hankerson WAS 22 277 12.6 1 68 3.1 39.6
69 Dennis Pitta BAL 30 276 9.2 2 25 4.3 39.4
70 Santonio Holmes NYJ 20 272 13.6 1 38 5.0 68.0
71 Devery Henderson NOR 17 272 16.0 1 41 3.4 54.4
72 Chris Givens STL 10 270 27.0 1 65 1.4 38.6
73 Darren Sproles NOR 32 267 8.3 3 25 5.3 44.5
74 Mario Manningham SFO 24 258 10.8 1 36 4.0 43.0
75 Jimmy Graham NOR 25 252 10.1 3 24 5.0 50.4
76 Kevin Ogletree DAL 21 248 11.8 2 40 3.5 41.3
77 Ray Rice BAL 29 245 8.4 0 43 4.1 35.0
78 Jermichael Finley GNB 26 241 9.3 1 31 3.7 34.4
79 Donald Jones BUF 20 241 12.1 3 68 2.9 34.4
80 Nate Burleson DET 27 240 8.9 2 26 4.5 40.0
81 Scott Chandler BUF 19 234 12.3 4 43 2.7 33.4
82 Emmanuel Sanders PIT 19 226 11.9 0 31 3.2 37.7
83 Kyle Rudolph MIN 25 225 9.0 5 29 3.6 32.1
84 Antonio Gates SDG 19 224 11.8 2 33 3.8 44.8
85 Greg Little CLE 20 221 11.1 2 43 2.9 31.6
86 T.Y. Hilton IND 13 218 16.8 1 40 2.6 43.6
87 Josh Morgan WAS 18 217 12.1 0 21 2.6 31.0
88 Brandon Stokley DEN 19 216 11.4 3 38 3.2 36.0
89 Armon Binns CIN 18 210 11.7 1 48 3.0 35.0
90 Michael Jenkins MIN 20 209 10.5 1 19 2.9 29.9
91 Titus Young DET 17 204 12.0 1 46 2.8 34.0
92 Jacob Tamme DEN 23 202 8.8 1 25 3.8 33.7
93 Jacoby Jones BAL 13 202 15.5 1 41 1.9 28.9
94 Coby Fleener IND 19 198 10.4 0 24 3.2 33.0
95 Ramses Barden NYG 12 198 16.5 0 31 2.0 33.0
96 Trent Richardson CLE 24 197 8.2 1 23 3.4 28.1
97 Joique Bell DET 16 194 12.1 0 50 2.7 32.3
98 Jonathan Baldwin KAN 13 193 14.8 0 26 2.2 32.2
99 Golden Tate SEA 13 191 14.7 3 51 2.2 31.8
100 Robert Meachem SDG 12 189 15.8 2 46 2.0 31.5
101 Randy Moss SFO 12 188 15.7 1 55 1.7 26.9
102 Dexter McCluster KAN 21 187 8.9 0 21 3.5 31.2
103 Derek Hagan OAK 14 187 13.4 0 38 2.3 31.2
104 Rob Housler ARI 15 184 12.3 0 33 2.1 26.3
105 Alshon Jeffery CHI 14 184 13.1 2 42 2.8 36.8
106 Jason Avant PHI 16 183 11.4 0 23 2.7 30.5
107 Darrius Heyward-Bey OAK 13 183 14.1 1 59 2.6 36.6
108 Zach Miller SEA 14 179 12.8 0 30 2.0 25.6
109 Marcel Reece OAK 18 177 9.8 0 35 3.0 29.5
110 Anthony Fasano MIA 22 176 8.0 2 17 3.7 29.3
111 Kenny Britt TEN 17 175 10.3 1 37 3.4 35.0
112 Chris Ogbonnaya CLE 19 173 9.1 0 38 3.2 28.8
113 C.J. Spiller BUF 19 173 9.1 1 32 2.7 24.7
114 Craig Stevens TEN 13 173 13.3 1 46 1.9 24.7
115 Ronnie Brown SDG 20 172 8.6 0 21 4.0 34.4
116 Darren McFadden OAK 25 167 6.7 0 20 4.2 27.8
117 Stephen Hill NYJ 12 167 13.9 3 33 2.4 33.4
118 Damian Williams TEN 18 165 9.2 0 19 2.6 23.6
119 James Casey HOU 18 162 9.0 1 30 2.6 23.1
120 Joel Dreessen DEN 17 153 9.0 3 30 2.8 25.5
121 Pierre Garcon WAS 8 153 19.1 1 88 2.7 51.0
122 Devin Hester CHI 10 152 15.2 1 39 1.7 25.3
123 Devin Aromashodu MIN 10 151 15.1 0 26 1.4 21.6
124 Isaac Redman PIT 10 150 15.0 0 55 2.0 30.0
125 Harry Douglas ATL 16 149 9.3 0 20 2.7 24.8
126 Doug Baldwin SEA 11 149 13.5 1 50 1.8 24.8
127 Tiquan Underwood TAM 8 149 18.6 1 62 2.0 37.3
128 Ben Watson CLE 18 146 8.1 1 27 2.6 20.9
129 Tony Scheffler DET 11 146 13.3 0 57 2.2 29.2
130 Doug Martin TAM 13 145 11.2 0 42 2.2 24.2
131 Mohamed Massaquoi CLE 9 145 16.1 0 24 3.0 48.3
132 Danny Woodhead NWE 14 144 10.3 1 25 2.0 20.6
133 Aaron Hernandez NWE 17 143 8.4 2 23 4.3 35.8
134 Jeff Cumberland NYJ 14 143 10.2 1 27 2.0 20.4
135 Reggie Bush MIA 17 140 8.2 0 25 2.8 23.3
136 Pierre Thomas NOR 13 139 10.7 0 36 2.2 23.2
137 Early Doucet ARI 17 138 8.1 0 18 2.4 19.7
138 Jordan Norwood CLE 13 137 10.5 0 27 6.5 68.5
139 Marcedes Lewis JAX 17 136 8.0 2 23 2.8 22.7
140 Adrian Peterson MIN 22 135 6.1 0 20 3.1 19.3
141 Fred Jackson BUF 17 134 7.9 1 34 3.4 26.8
142 Laurent Robinson JAX 9 134 14.9 0 32 2.3 33.5
143 Willis McGahee DEN 18 133 7.4 0 31 3.0 22.2
144 Lance Kendricks STL 16 133 8.3 1 26 2.3 19.0
145 Rod Streater OAK 13 133 10.2 1 23 2.2 22.2
146 Joe Morgan NOR 3 133 44.3 2 80 0.6 26.6
147 Dallas Clark TAM 14 132 9.4 1 33 2.3 22.0
148 Kellen Davis CHI 9 132 14.7 1 25 1.5 22.0
149 Ryan Mathews SDG 17 131 7.7 0 14 4.3 32.8
150 Louis Murphy CAR 9 131 14.6 0 51 1.5 21.8
151 Jordan Cameron CLE 11 128 11.6 0 23 1.6 18.3
152 Justin Blackmon JAX 14 126 9.0 0 19 2.3 21.0
153 Jamaal Charles KAN 16 125 7.8 1 19 2.7 20.8
154 Kyle Williams SFO 9 124 13.8 1 43 1.3 17.7
155 Damaris Johnson PHI 8 124 15.5 0 26 1.6 24.8
156 Chaz Schilens NYJ 12 121 10.1 0 22 1.7 17.3
157 Mike Goodson OAK 8 121 15.1 1 64 1.3 20.2
158 DeMarco Murray DAL 17 118 6.9 0 20 3.4 23.6
159 Dwayne Allen IND 13 118 9.1 2 21 2.2 19.7
160 Jacquizz Rodgers ATL 15 117 7.8 1 15 2.5 19.5
161 Mikel Leshoure DET 17 115 6.8 0 15 4.3 28.8
162 Travis Benjamin CLE 8 115 14.4 1 22 1.6 23.0
163 Steve Smith STL 11 114 10.4 0 25 2.2 22.8

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