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Ronnie Brown
#23 - RB - Miami Dolphins

Height: 6'1'' Weight: 232
Born: 12/12/1981
College: Auburn
2006 Projections
318135910AVG (103%)

Player Analysis: The style of Ronnie Brown represents a more bruising style. He has the weight to push defenders around and will break tackles, but he also possesses good speed for his size. At 232 lbs., his ability to get out of the backfield and make catches proves invaluable. Perhaps the two biggest improvements for Brown in the offseason will prove to be the increase in playing time, due to the defection of Ricky Williams to Canada, and the signing of Daunte Culpepper. Last year Brown was forced to split carries with Williams and play against defenses that did not need to scheme as much against the passing game despite approximately a 60:40 pass to run ratio. The arrival of Culpepper should spread out defenses, but now the question arises whether Ronnie Brown can survive a 16-game season as the primary ballcarrier. He has split carries with another back since college and never faced such pounding.

Fantasy Football Impact: Assuming that Ronnie Brown can consistently perform with his pounding style as the only running back for an entire season, his numbers should go up in a second season that will see the addition of Daunte Culpepper to an already potent offense.


RB Brown Coming Back - 07/28/2008
Source: Florida Sun Sentinal

RB Ronnie Brown says the hardest part of coming back from season ending knee surgery last year is going to be mental, not physical. He has slimmed down and appears able to do all of the things he could before the injury.

Fantasy Impact: That defenses will be able to consistently put 8 or 9 guys in the box against the Dolphins due to inexperienced quarterbacks and wide receivers will hamper his value more than the injury. A more powerful runner, like say, Ricky Williams, may fare better against such fronts.


Jets push ahead with soggy 13-10 win - 12/26/2006

Stymied for three quarters by steady rain, sloppy play and the Miami Dolphins, the New York Jets found even the simple task of catching a field-goal snap difficult. But with the game on the line, and their playoff hopes in jeopardy, the Jets came up with the big plays they needed. New York overcame the weather, a sputtering offense and two late scores by Miami to win 13-10 on Christmas night. "For us it was all about chipping away and waiting for our moment," Jets coach Eric Mangini said. "This was a game with tough conditions. We faced a lot of adversity." All of the points came in the final 17:25. Miami kicked a tying field goal with 2:09 left, but on the Jets' next play, Leon Washington caught a short pass from Chad Pennington and broke loose for a 64-yard gain. Four plays later, Mike Nugent kicked a 30-yarder with 10 seconds left. That meant the Jets (9-6) can clinch an AFC wild-card playoff berth if they beat Oakland (2-13) in their final regular-season game in Week 17. "We like controlling our own destiny and not having to rely on someone else to help us," defensive end Shaun Ellis said.


Romo, Harrington shine in Thanksgiving games - 11/24/2006
Source: National Football League News Wire

The Chicago Bears can clinch their second straight division title on Sunday. Tom Brady and the New England Patriots know all about winning divisions. The interconference battle between the Bears (9-1) and Patriots (7-3) is the marquee matchup of Week 12 in the NFL. The Sunday night meeting between the Indianapolis Colts (9-1) and Philadelphia Eagles (5-5) was supposed to be another intriguing interconference game featuring quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Donovan McNabb. But the contest lost much of its luster when McNabb suffered a season-ending knee injury last week. The Bears can become only the fourth team since the advent of the 16-game schedule in 1978 to clinch a division title by its 11th game. The other three are the 1985 Bears, the 1997 San Francisco 49ers and 2004 Eagles. Chicago can seal the NFC North crown with a win at New England, coupled with losses by the Minnesota Vikings (4-6) and Green Bay Packers (4-6). The Vikings host former coach Dennis Green and the Arizona Cardinals (2-8) on Sunday and the Packers visit the first-place Seattle Seahawks (6-4) on Monday night. But beating the Pats will be difficult. New England has won three of the last five Super Bowls under coach Bill Belichick and with Brady at quarterback. The Patriots are seeking their fourth straight AFC East crown. They own a two-game lead over the New York Jets (5-5), but all three of their losses have come at home this season. Led by middle linebacker Brian Urlacher and a strong defensive line, the Bears have allowed a league-low 12.0 points per game with two shutouts. They have held opponents to 10 points or fewer six times and lead the NFL with 29 takeaways. Last week, Urlacher, the reigning Defensive Player of the Year, compiled 11 tackles and an interception in a 10-0 victory over the Jets. The Patriots flexed their defensive muscle as well in a 35-0 triumph at Green Bay last week. New England has allowed just 13.1 points per game. The Colts are tied with the Bears for the league's best record and hold a three-game lead over the Jacksonville Jaguars (6-4) in the AFC South. The Jaguars will visit the Buffalo Bills (4-6). Indianapolis' bid for an unbeaten season was spoiled by Dallas last week. But the Colts will be heavily favored to bounce back against the Eagles.


Defense strikes twice, Miami wins again - 11/19/2006

Jason Taylor zigzagged through the open field, waved the ball in his left hand and leaped across the goal line to finish with a flourish. Looking more like breakaway runners than defensive players, Taylor and cornerback Renaldo Hill were the best ball carriers the Miami Dolphins had Sunday. Taylor and Hill returned turnovers for touchdowns in the fourth quarter, and Miami overcame another sputtering offensive performance to beat the Minnesota Vikings 24-20. The Vikings, ranked first in the NFL in run defense, lost despite setting a team record by limiting the Dolphins to minus-3 yards rushing in 14 carries. Running back Ronnie Brown netted 2 yards in 12 attempts. The last time a team won with such a poor rushing total was on Oct. 29, 1961, when Philadelphia beat Washington 27-24 with minus 12 yards. "They shut down one half of our offense," quarterback Joey Harrington said. "We threw well enough to win. And yeah, we got some help from J.T. and Renaldo." Hill returned a fumble 48 yards for Miami's go-ahead score, and Taylor scored on a 51-yard interception return with 3:25 left to tie George Martin's NFL record for linemen with his seventh career touchdown. The Dolphins (4-6), who had the league's worst record less than a month ago, won their third consecutive game. "When we were sitting there at 1-6, nobody gave us a chance to win another game," Harrington said. The Vikings (4-6) lost their fourth game in a row, committing three turnovers in the final period.


Dolphins' defense holds off Chiefs 13-10 - 11/12/2006

Confronted one-on-one with bruising Larry Johnson in the open field near the goal line, Channing Crowder buried his helmet into the running back's chest for a touchdown-saving tackle. Then, Crowder rose and broke into a celebratory dance. "It was a good tackle, so I did a little shimmy for him," Crowder said. There were many such jubilant moments for the Miami Dolphins defense, which stymied Johnson and harried Damon Huard to beat the Kansas City Chiefs 13-10. The defense even overcame the Miami offense. The Dolphins took an early 13-point lead but missed chances to build an even bigger cushion because of a sputtering attack, and a turnover on a reverse helped keep the outcome in doubt until the final moments. An earlier trick play set up the lone touchdown by the Dolphins (3-6), who have won back-to-back games following a dismal start. They snapped the Chiefs' three-game winning streak. "It's exciting to play the kind of defense we know we're capable of playing," said linebacker Zach Thomas, who had a sack and broke up two passes. "It's fun." The Chiefs (5-4), who averaged 32 points in the past three games, went three-and-out on their first five possessions. The game was 26 minutes old before they registered a first down, and by then, the Dolphins were ahead 13-0. "We got nothing going, and they played with a lead most of the day," Chiefs coach Herm Edwards said. "We kept going three-and-out. We let it get away from us." Huard went 15-for-38 for 201 yards with three sacks, and four times was hit as he threw. The Dolphins secondary delivered several jarring hits on intended receivers. "We had a good bead on the way they were going to attack us," cornerback Will Allen said. "Good running teams use a lot of play-action pass, so we knew what to look for." They also knew to look for Johnson, the NFL's third-leading rusher, who managed only 75 yards on 18 carries. Tony Gonzalez had six catches for 84 yards but left the game during the Chiefs' final possession with a sprained left shoulder.


Jets hang on to down Dolphins 20-17 - 10/16/2006

The New York Jets thought they blew it. The offense built a big lead with a second-half scoring burst, but the defense let the Miami Dolphins back in the game. And in the end, Olindo Mare was jogging out onto the field for a potential tying field goal. "I think a lot of us felt that we were probably headed to overtime," Jets quarterback Chad Pennington said. But Mare came up short on a 51-yarder as the Jets barely held on for a 20-17 win, New York's first home victory. "Those types of field goals, he makes," Pennington said. "For him to miss one was a shock to us. We felt like we had to get ready to go into overtime. Luckily, we caught a break." Laveranues Coles caught two touchdown passes and Mike Nugent kicked a pair of 33-yard field goals in a game that could be added to the lengthy list of classic meetings between the AFC East rivals. The Jets (3-3) did just enough after halftime to earn an important division win. After taking a 20-3 lead, the Jets had to sweat this one out as Joey Harrington led the Dolphins (1-5) on two long scoring drives in the fourth quarter, getting within a field goal on Ronnie Brown's 1-yard touchdown run. Working out of the no-huddle offense and catching the Jets out of position time after time, Harrington had one more chance and marched the Dolphins down the field again with a plethora of short passes in a last-minute effort to pull even. "We don't even think about it when we're in that fast offense," Dolphins receiver Chris Chambers said. "Everybody knows what they have to do. The defense can't really set up for what they want to do. We were just using three different plays and they were working. Everything was clicking." But Mare, who was 1-for-3 this season on kicks of 50-plus yards, came up short, the ball landing in the end zone as the jubilant Jets cheered. "We thought he could make the field goal," Miami coach Nick Saban said. "We had confidence in him." Harrington, making his second straight start in place of the injured Daunte Culpepper, finished 27-of-43 for 266 yards and one touchdown and two interceptions, while Brown had 127 yards on 22 carries. Jets QB Chad Pennington and WR Laveranues Coles hooked up on two scores to seal the win. "We moved the ball


Dolphins need more from Ronnie Brown - 10/11/2006
Source: Miami Herald

Quarterback controversies tend to visit NFL teams whose seasons have run off the rails, and it's understandable. From a coach's vantage, it is easier to simply chop off the head of the offense than to admit there might be malignancies elsewhere in the body. And from a fans' view, well, the QB is forever the handiest target for blame and noise even if he isn't always the proper target. Don't lay this mess on Daunte Culpepper, OK? He isn't why the Dolphins' playoff hopes at 1-4 have gone frail as hummingbird cartilage. Coach Nick Saban benching him in favor of Joey Harrington positions Culpepper as a scapegoat, but we must look deeper. Must look elsewhere.


Williams, Texans break through 17-15 - 10/01/2006

On the brink of his first victory as coach of the Houston Texans, Gary Kubiak couldn't bear to look. Too bad, because if he had turned around, he would have seen No. 1 draft pick Mario Williams make a game-saving play. Williams tipped a two-point conversion that would have tied the game and finally got his first sack as the Texans beat Miami 17-15.


Big games by Brown must become norm - 09/25/2006
Source: Miami Herald

A man who brings the impact that a draft's No. 2 overall pick ought to. A runner who is elite and can -- by himself, when needed -- put a team on his back and carry it. Victory tends to put a fresh coat of paint on every blemish in the NFL, and so Miami's 13-10 escape over the Tennessee Titans brought gales of relief and maybe a tad too much celebration Sunday, considering the Dolphins struggled at home to barely eke past a lowly, heavy-underdog opponent. Similarly, Brown's one late run slapped some needed bright paint on his day personally, taking what had been a tough game in which he advanced 2 and 3 yards at a time and making it a final 90 rushing yards for him on a workhorse 26 carries. One victory doesn't make everything all right with Miami's offense any more than one long run absolves Brown of every burden still on him, but the smile on Brown's face and the ones all around the postgame locker room were real enough. Really needed, too. ''I think I feel like I played football today,'' Brown said of his heavy load. Somebody asked how 26 carries feels on a body. ''I had 26!?'' he said. ``Didn't feel like that many. Maybe it will in the morning.'' Hurts so good, if that's the case.

Fantasy Impact: If Miami is to be successful this season, Ronnie Brown will have to carry them on his back.


Sloppy Dolphins edge Titans for first win - 09/24/2006

Daunte Culpepper endured five sacks, threw no touchdown passes and still managed to put a positive spin on his latest erratic performance. Culpepper roused a slumberous offense just enough in the fourth quarter Sunday, directing a 50-yard drive that set up a field goal to help Miami beat hapless Tennessee 13-10. "It's always good to win, no matter how you get it, by 20 points or by one," Culpepper said. Miami's Ronnie Brown rushed for 90 yards, including a 27-yard gain to set up a tie-breaking 39-yard field goal by Olindo Mare with 3:39 left. But for much of the day, the Dolphins' best weapon was punter Donnie Jones, who averaged 52.7 yards on six kicks. For the first time in the Titans' three games, rookie quarterback Vince Young didn't play. Collins passed for 269 yards and his first touchdown this season, but he also overthrew open receivers several times. An interception ended Tennessee's final threat with 1:54 left. The ball was tipped at the line and deflected off a receiver Drew Bennett 's hand before Travis Daniels intercepted. That was one of three costly turnovers on pass plays for the Titans, and their ground game wasn't much better. In one sequence, they lost 5 and 4 yards on consecutive running plays. Tennessee played without running back Chris Brown, inactive because of a toe injury. The sunny, 88-degree weather appeared to take a toll on the visitors, and several Titans had to be helped to the bench in the second half. Penalties hurt them, too. Pacman Jones broke into the clear on a punt return with 8 1/2 minutes left, but an illegal block by Quinton Ganther negated the gain. Notes: Titans RG Zach Piller limped off with an ankle injury in the second quarter. ... Daniels was back in the lineup after missing the first two games with an ankle injury. ... The Dolphins announced a sellout crowd of 72,733, but there were at least 20,000 no-shows.


Brown is "ready" to go - 09/23/2006
Source: Miami Herald

It wasn't until the game had ended, until after Dolphins running back Ronnie Brown already had showered, when he realized why his body didn't feel overly bruised or battered. That's when it clicked: Brown only carried the ball twice during the second half of his team's most recent loss. ''You know what? I don't really know,'' said Brown, asked Friday why he didn't have more touches after the first half. ``At first, I didn't even realize it. But I think we got a little antsy, trying to put some points on the board.'' To be clear, Brown wasn't complaining about the Dolphins' decision to call 18 passing plays and four running plays during the second half. He noted he understood the need for clock management last week. But the loss to the Bills is behind him and he is more than ready to carry the ball more against a Titans run defense ranked 29th in the league.

Fantasy Impact: Look for Brown to have a lot of touches against a non-existent Titans defense.


Same Magic for Steelers in Opening Victory - 09/08/2006
Source: New York Times

Minutes before the first game of the N.F.L. season began Thursday night, the Steelers unfurled a huge Super Bowl championship flag. The fans thundered their approval, but they needed no reminders that the Steelers who took the field against the Miami Dolphins were hardly the same team that throttled the Seattle Seahawks for the title seven months ago.

Fantasy Impact: Batch looked very comfortable in place of Roethlisberger, recording 3 TDS and no INTs for over 200 yards. TE Heath Miller had a huge night with 1 TD and over a 100 yards receiving. Hines Ward and Ronnie Brown had less than average nights in terms of yards but were each able to find the endzone, Brown doing it twice.


Suggs a Quick Learner - 09/05/2006

Coach Nick Saban admitted on Tuesday being a little surprised at how well new running back Lee Suggs has been picking up the offense so far, so don't be surprised to see Suggs get a decent amount of playing time in Thursday night's season opener. Saban also indicated that Travis Minor will see action at running back against the Steelers.

Fantasy Impact: Considering Sammy Morris's suspension, and Suggs's quick digestion of the playbook, it would appear that Suggs may quickly become a necessity as a handcuff for Ronnie Brown who has never played an entire sixteen game season as a premier back.


Suggs passes physical, practices with Dolphins - 09/04/2006

Running back Lee Suggs passed his Dolphins physical and participated in Monday morning's practice. Suggs, who has four 100-yard games in a three-year NFL career, is expected to compete with Travis Minor for snaps as starter Ronnie Brown's backup. Sammy Morris, who was expected to fill that role, was suspended for the first four games for violating the NFL's steroid policy.

Fantasy Impact: Although unwanted by the Browns, Suggs should upgrade the backup RB position behind Ronnie Brown in the absence of Morris. Minor is a decent change-of-pace back, but the addition of Suggs brings a more complete back into the RB stable for the Dolphins and he has instant fantasy value as Brown's handcuff.


NFL suspends Morris - 09/01/2006

Dolphins running back Sammy Morris will be suspended for the first four regular-season games for violating the NFL's steroid policy, his attorney David Cornwell said Thursday night. Dolphins running back Sammy Morris will be suspended for the first four regular-season games for violating the NFL's steroid policy, his attorney David Cornwell said Thursday night.

Fantasy Impact: With the loss of Ricky Williams and now Sammy Morris to drug suspensions, Ronnie Brown will be carrying the ball more than he expected in 2006. On one hand, as the premier carrier he should have more rushing attempts and yardage, but he won't be able to benefit from Morris spelling him and providing a change-of-pace for the first four weeks of the season. The results of this development could be seen if Brown gets hurt late in the year.


Dolphins cut 14 players; trim roster to 75 - 08/29/2006
Source: South Florida Sun-Sentinel,,

Trying to work around a tropical storm and get down to a 75-man roster by the NFL-mandated 4 p.m. deadline Tuesday was no easy task for Dolphins coach Nick Saban. But it was even tougher for the 14 players he cut, including former University of Miami quarterback Brock Berlin. Also waived were receivers Jamall Broussard, Frank Murphy and Jason Willis; guard Emmanuel Akah; defensive linemen Steve Fifita and Howard Green; linebackers Travis Harris and Sam McGrew; defensive backs Norman LeJeune, Siddeeq Shabazz and Art Thomas; kicker Ola Kimrin and punter Thomas Olmsted. In addition, the Dolphins placed guard Seth McKinney (neck surgery) on injured reserve, so he is out for the season. Also, rookie receiver Eric Kimble (Achilles' tendon) was put on the physically unable to perform list. Rookie defensive tackle Rod Wright (shoulder) was moved to the reserve/non-football injury list. Defensive tackle Manny Wright, who is on the exempt/left squad list while battling depression, doesn't count against the roster.

Fantasy Impact: Like many of the other cuts today, the impact of these players' departure is minimal. The biggest shift was probably the placement of Seth McKinney on IR, thus making him unavailable for the '06 campaign and hindering Ronnie Brown's attempts running behind him. In addition, rookie DT Roderique Wright will be out for the season with a torn rotator cuff which hurts the DL depth.


Dolphins' backup RB search continues - 08/23/2006

There's no question that Ronnie Brown will be the Dolphins' starting running back in the season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Brown's primary backup? That's a different story. Coach Nick Saban made it clear Tuesday that the search continues, and that player might not yet be on the roster. "I don't feel like that's a position where we're totally settled on making an evaluation or feeling that we have the kind of quality depth that we might need," Saban said. "So it might be something that we continue to work to develop as well as address."

Fantasy Impact: Brown should feel comfortable as the Dolphins' number one back, but if fantasy owners are looking for Sammy Morris or Travis Minor to duplicate Ricky Williams's numbers last season they will be extremely disappointed.


Dolphins FB Beasley battling Barnes for starting spot - 08/21/2006
Source: South Florida Sun-Sentinel,

When veteran fullback Fred Beasley signed with the Dolphins last March he boldly stated that he came to South Florida to be a starter just as he had been with the 49ers since 1999.Beasley didn't take into account the relentless work ethic of a younger version of himself in Darian Barnes, who helped the Dolphins average 119.8 rushing yards in the nine games he blocked for Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams last season. Suddenly, the 2003 Pro Bowl fullback is taking nothing for granted in this fierce, yet friendly competition with Barnes, whom he has been sharing snaps with in the first two exhibition games.

Fantasy Impact: The fullback battle between Beasley and Barnes could mean a change in the Dolphins' depth chart, but regardless of who wins the battle the results should be meager at best for a position in the Dolphins' playbook that does little more than block, an area in which both backs seem capable.


O-line's gaffes too often leave QB in harm's way - 08/20/2006

Nothing makes a football team look sicker quicker than an unraveling offensive line. That's why right guard Bennie Anderson and few of his beefy neighbors on the Miami line may be slumped a little lower in their chairs during the film sessions that follow Saturday's 13-10 victory over Tampa Bay. It wasn't any one player's fault, the battering that quarterback Culpepper took in the first quarter, but this is the touchiest of touchy subjects with Miami coach Nick Saban.

Fantasy Impact: HC Nick Saban placed a lot of trust in this line that only allowed 26 sacks during the 2005 season, but if the line remains porous and Culpepper cannot regain his top-end mobility then it could be a disappointing year for Culpepper and Ronnie Brown.


Morris shows he's in running - 08/20/2006
Source: South Florida Sun-Sentinel

For fans wondering who would step in for the Dolphins this year if Ronnie Brown got injured, running back Sammy Morris showed Saturday night the team still has a dependable backup. Morris, who has primarily been a third-down back and special teams player in his previous six seasons, keyed two scoring drives against the Buccaneers in the Dolphins' 13-10 exhibition victory Saturday night at Raymond James Stadium.

Fantasy Impact: Sammy Morris will never be more than a back up due to his lack of speed, but if he needs to fill in for Brown then he could have some success.


Saban: Toledo not badly hurt - 08/17/2006
Source:, South Florida Sun-Sentinel

One day after falling to the turf and holding his left knee in pain, rookie guard Joe Toledo was absent from practice on Wednesday. But Dolphins coach Nick Saban said the news on Toledo's injury was much better than it initially looked. "Joe Toledo is not badly hurt," Saban said. "He'll be out day-to-day like all these other guys that we talk about - maybe a few days, maybe a few weeks."

Fantasy Impact: Although it does not appear as though Toledo will miss any time during the regular season, as a back up along the line it would not have been a catastrophe if the injury had been more severe.


Saban hopeful Toledo injury isnít serious - 08/15/2006
Source: South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Dolphins rookie guard Joe Toledo is believed to have suffered a left knee injury during Tuesday afternoon's training camp practice. Toledo was hurt while working as the second-team right guard in a passing drill inside the Dolphins' practice bubble, as the session was moved inside because of lightning. Toledo was assisted off the field by the team's medical staff. Although he was able to place some weight on his leg, Toledo was later placed on a cart and taken from the practice area.

Fantasy Impact: Miami's offensive line overachieved last year, so bringing in rookie Toledo was supposed to inject the line with much-needed depth and possibly even allow him to fight for a starting spot. Considering Toledo would most likely have been coming off the bench this season, RB Ronnie Brown should not be too effected.


Dolphins sign draft pick Toledo - 07/19/2006
Source: South Florida Sun-Sentinel,

The Dolphins on Wednesday signed offensive lineman Joe Toledo, a fourth-round pick from the University of Washington. The 6-foot-6, 337-pound Toledo played his first three seasons at Washington at tight end, but converted to left tackle as a senior.

Fantasy Impact: As far as converted tight ends go, Toledo is a surprisingly large T prospect, but should offer some athleticism to go with his size. RB Ronnie Brown should be the main beneficiary.

  Rushing Receiving Fumbles
Year Team G Att Yds YPA YPG TD 100+
Yd G
Rec Yds YPR YPG YAC 1st
TD 100+
Yd G
Fum Fum
2004 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2005 MIA 15 207 907 4.4 60.5 4 2 32 232 7.3 15.5 7 12 1 0 4 4
  Rushing Receiving Fumbles
Week Opp Att Yds YPA YPG TD 100+
Yd G
Rec Yds YPR YPG YAC 1st
TD 100+
Yd G
Fum Fum
1@PIT 15 30 2 0 2 0 3 32 10.7 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
2BUF 15 70 4.7 0 0 0 6 52 8.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3TEN 26 90 3.5 0 0 0 2 10 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4@HOU 12 49 4.1 0 0 0 8 62 7.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5@NWE 17 39 2.3 0 1 0 1 -3 -3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
6@NYJ 22 127 5.8 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
7GNB 15 59 3.9 0 0 0 5 63 12.6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
9@CHI 29 157 5.4 0 0 1 2 33 16.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
10KAN 25 89 3.6 0 1 0 1 -3 -3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
11MIN 12 2 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
12@DET 15 68 4.5 0 0 0 1 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13JAC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
14NWE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15@BUF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16NYJ 18 110 6.1 0 0 1 3 15 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
17@IND 21 115 5.5 0 0 1 1 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
2006To Date 241 1008 4.2 77.5 5 5 33 276 8.4 21.2 0 0 0 0 4 2


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