Studs And Duds: NFL Week 16

By Brett Malamud

Two weeks left! This week has set up some pretty wild week 17 playoff scenarios. Here’s week 16’s edition of Studs and Duds:

Stud: Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks

It seems that Russell Wilson always brings his A-game when playing on national television. He did it again in week 16 against the Cardinals. Throwing for 339 yards and two touchdowns, Wilson was the definition of a stud. He also added 88 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown.

Russell Wilson stepped up against the Cardinals in week 16 (Via AP)

Russell Wilson stepped up against the Cardinals in week 16 (Via AP)

Dud: Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts

Luck was completely shut down by the Cowboys defense in week 16. Luck finished the game with 109 passing yards and two interceptions.

Stud: Ryan Tannehill, Miami Dolphins

Tannehill had a stellar week 16, and finished with 396 passing yards and four touchdowns.

Dud: Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens

Flacco had a sub-par game. He threw three interceptions, and the Ravens took a bad loss to the Texans. The Ravens face the Browns in a must-win week 17 matchup.

Stud: Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants

Beckham Jr. continued his dominance over NFL defenses. The rookie had eight catches for 148 yards and two touchdowns.

Dud: Arizona Cardinals defenders

The Cardinals didn’t stand a chance against the Seahawks. The night was highlighted by an incredible 79 yard touchdown run by Marshawn Lynch.

Stud: Eli Manning, New York Giants

Manning delivered a great week 16 performance, finishing the game with 391 yards and three touchdowns.

Stud: Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys
The final spot on this list will have some debate, but Tony Romo deserves it. Romo led the Cowboys to a huge victory over the Colts. Romo’s 218 yards and four touchdowns has kept Dallas in the running for a first round bye in the playoffs.


Brett Malamud is a Computer Science Major at Binghamton University. He is the co-founder of dabuzzza.com. His favorite athletes are Derek Jeter and Todd Bertuzzi. You can follow him on twitter at @brettnyy

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