NFL American football Championship of 2019-20 (Part 2)
February 14, 2020
Deebo Samuel and D.K. The 49ers’ Metcalf is becoming the catchy ball star. Seahawks’s Quarterback Russell Wilson continues to play brilliantly and is one of the best pitchers this year.
The result of the match is decided at the last few seconds when the tight end player Jacob Hollister catches the ball from Wilson and leans towards the finish line (goal line) in the final move of the goal of the Seahawks while being held by the 49ers by five points, but Hollister was stopped and only a quarter inch (inch) short of a seven-point touchdown to win the match and beat the NFC West.
Fans have seen two of the best NFL teams clash in the final match of the qualifiers and it is hopeful that these two teams can meet again in the championship round.
The following are the 12 teams of the championship round, equally divided among AFC and NFC teams in the order of seeds:
1. Baltimore Ravens, 2. Kansas City Chiefs, 3. New England Patriots, 4. Houston Texans, 5. Buffalo Bills and 6. Tennessee Titans
1. San Francisco 49ers, 2. Green Bay Packers, 3. New Orleans Saints, 4. Philadelphia Eagles, 5. Seattle Seahawks and 6. Minnesota Vikings
Of the above 12 teams, four are thought to be the most likely to win the championship this year:
1. Baltimore Ravens
Looking at the gameplay as well as the strength through 16 qualifying matches, it can be said that no team can currently surpass Ravens. During the second half of the qualifying round, the Ravens team was like a machine that ran smoothly.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson will undoubtedly be voted the best player of the year (MVP), the Ravens team has the strongest attack in the NFL league, and the defense is also said to be the most dangerous for any opponent. come on. Ravens has the best pitching strategies, the most successful run, and an excellent set of players on both the attacking and defensive sides. This is the team most likely to win the championship.
NFL American football Championship of 2019-20 (Part 1)
February 1, 2020
The NFL 2019 American football Season has to wait until the final match of the final week of the qualifying round to determine the seed order and frame for 12 teams of this year’s championship round.
Unexpectedly, the New England Patriots unexpectedly lost to the Miami Dolphins, one of the weakest, right at home with a score of 27-24 in their last qualifying match.
The result of this match, along with the result of the Kansas City Chiefs winning against San Diego Chargers 31-21, pushed Patriots from No. 2 seed to No. 3 and did not take a break in the first week of the championship round. This is the first time in a decade that the Patriots have been forced to play in the first round.
Elsewhere, the picture of the championship round was formed as one had expected. The Philadelphia Eagles beat the New York Giants in the pouring rain and topped the NFC East table with the No. 4 seed.
The Tennessee Titans won the final ticket after beating Houston Texans thanks to the brave throws of quarterback Ryan Tannehill and the amazing catches of the wide receiverA.J. Brown, a rising star should be noticed in the championship round.
And running back Derrick Henry – an average of 100 yards in the last six qualifying matches, including 188 yards in Chiefs, 159 yards of Jacksonville Jaguars and 149 yards of Indianapolis Colts – has run more than 200 yards and made three touchdowns, securing the No. 1 ball player this year.
Looking through the NFC team, the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers clashed in the final match of the qualifier to decide the high and low position of the NFC West table – as well as the No. 1 seed of the NFC group – with the match taking place in Seattle, and is arguably the best qualifier since the beginning of the season.
Green Bay defeated the Vikings to win the first NFC North title since 2016
December 24, 2019
Green Bay packer does not return to the playoffs. They will return as the Northern NFC champion. A week after they guaranteed they would end a two-year drought, they completed their first championship since 2016.
By doing so with them The 23-10 victory over the Vikings on Monday, they guaranteed that they would not have to return to the US Bank Stadium in the playoffs. Before Monday, they had never won in the building.
It didn’t look good until the fourth quarter, when Aaron Jones scored his second of his two touches to run his overall season into the NFL leading 19. Then again, when that didn’t Must be Jones or Davante Adams, it was not nice to commit a crime in a good part of Packers’ 12-3 season.
The Packers put the ball through three times in the first half. It was their second revenue game of the season. Both came on football Monday, earlier in Week 6 against the Lions.
Week 6 is when Rodgers last throws an interception before Monday. He had a string of 277 straight passes that no one until he defeated Adams on the pass into safe Vikings Anthony Harris in the second quarter. That ended the second longest series of free interceptions in Rodgers’s career. He once threw 402 passes without a choice, which is still the longest such string in NFL history.
Packers allowed 29 points off revenue to the game, the second least in the tournament, just behind the Viking score (26). The first 10 points of the Vikings turned off sales (selections of Jones and Rodgers).
Rodgers can’t go deep, especially early. He completed just one of eight passes with more than 10 yards thrown in the first half, tied for the second worst second half since 2008 (at least eight tries), according to research by Stats & Information. The person he completed had been groped by Adams.
It was Rodgers’ third match this season without a cross, though Packers won all three. Entering this season, Packers were 4-10 when Rodgers failed to throw the ball. Monday’s game marked the first time Rodgers won a game in which he threw a block and did not touch the ball.
Thanks Jones ’23 for bringing 154 yards with two touches and 13 catches by Adams in 116 yards – and thanks to Za’Darius Smith, whose monster season includes a monster game on Monday, with 3, 5 sacks as part of a game of seven awards (five losses) – Packers survived without the best day from Rodgers.
Zimmer of Vikings is listed on the top ranking of Head Coach
March 8, 2019
The Head Coach of Vikings Mike Zimmer is well-known to be one of the most respectful coach among the league. This guy is famous for his decisive and defensivee mind. When taking the position of Head Coaching of The Vikings in 2004, In four out of five seaons, his defense was rank in the top 10 points allowed in one game. Thanks to that, in 2007 The Viking were ranked first in terms of point allowed and yard in a game.
It can be seen that Zimmer is on the top highest rate of coaches that have led a team in Super Bowl at least one time
So what is the position of Zimmer in the list of top ranking of Head Coaches?
The annual list of the league ranking of Patrick Daugherty of Rotoworld was released by him recently and we can see that Zimmer’s position is in number nine. As we can observe, It can be seen that Zimmer is on the top highest rate of coaches that have led a team in Super Bowl at least one time. Moreover, the person that was ranked eighth this occation last year- Daugherty, claimed that The Vikings team scored 7-11 to non-playoff one however, they scored 1-6 againts the team that scored the postseason. He noted down like this:
Zimmer has gone too far his original. He passed OC John DeFilippo on December 11. And then won the Dolphins and Lions before the ending season to be against the Bears. Zimmer removed OC Kevin Stefanski’s interim tag. This show his attention clearer which are run more, fewer blocks are missed, focusing on defense.
In five seasonsZimmer has 47-32-1 which is 0.594 win percentage in Minnesota. Moreover, the Vikings also have the sixth-most regular-season wins during the game
Zimmer,who has turned to 62, has awarded a pair of NFC North titles. He is also the longest head coach of this time.