October 14, 2009 > Fremont Football League recap
Fremont Football League recap
Submitted By Tony Bautista Jr.
Photos By Mike Heightchew
Fremont Football Continental Division game of the week featured the undefeated Chiefs vs. Giants.
Both teams are very well-coached and had a lot of returnees in key positions. The Giants would get the first score of the game and convert the two-point conversion to take an eight-point lead.
The Chiefs couldn't get much offense going and would find themselves down 14-0 middle of the second quarter but finally get there offense going just prior to the half, scoring twice to send the game into the half tied at 14.
The Giants would try to hold there composure after giving up two late touchdowns but the Chiefs would tighten up their defense and their offense didn't lose a step, putting up two more scores to get the victory and stay undefeated by beating the Giants, 26-14.
In other games, the Panthers downed the Cardinals, 24-18, while the Colts upended the Saints, 34-12.
The National Division game of the week had unbeaten teams clashing: Steelers vs. 49ers.
The 49ers would have a lot on there plate this week, stopping the high-scoring offense of the Steelers which would show to be true. Even though the 49ers played a good game, it wasn't enough with the Steelers putting up 52 pts and staying undefeated.
In other action, the Bills shut down the Redskins, 30-0; the Buccaneers stymied the Falcons, 18-0; and the Eagles soared to victory over the Rams, 24-6.
American Division game of the week featured the battle of the unbeaten between the Raiders and the Broncos. Both teams went into the game 4-0 from their physical approach to the game.
The Raiders would win the coin toss and elect to defer. The Broncos would take the opening kick off to the house for a TD. The Raiders couldn't get much offense going with a lot of four-and-outs, giving the Broncos the edge they needed to put the pressure on the Raiders.
The Raiders would get on track offensively but it would be too late, already down 24 points. The Broncos would stay undefeated by beating the Raiders, 38-14.
Elsewhere in the American Division, the Vikings edged the Bengals, 26-20 and the Patriots outlasted the Bears, 48-42.