How many primetime games will the NFL have in 2012?
^ “Every team will have a primetime game in 2012…NFL network to air 13 thursday night games in 2012”. Eagles All Day. February 3, 2012. Retrieved April 14, 2012. ^ “Goodell: All teams to go prime time in new Thursday night slate”. NFL.com. February 3, 2012. Retrieved February 3, 2012.
Who were the NFC players of the week for September 2012?
^ a b c “Fitzgerald, Clemons, Tynes named NFC Players of the Week”. Pro Football Weekly. September 26, 2012. Archived from the original on October 10, 2012. Retrieved October 10, 2012. ^ a b c “Brady, Butler, Prater named AFC Players of the Week”.
What was the salary cap in 2012 NFL free agency?
The 2012 NFL League year and trading period began at 4pm EST on March 13 2012, which marked the start of the league’s free agency period. The per-team salary cap was set at US$120,600,000, marginally increased from US$120,000,000 the previous year. Notable players to change teams during free agency included:
Who was the first NFL team to score twice in overtime?
The first regular season game where both teams scored a field goal on their respective first possessions of overtime was the Week 11 game between the Jaguars and the Houston Texans. The Texans then won the game, becoming the first NFL team to score twice in overtime under the new format.
What happened in the second quarter of the Green Bay Packers game?
In the second quarter, Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers hit James Jones for 20 yards and Greg Jennings for 32 on a 72-yard drive that ended with a 20-yard field goal by Mason Crosby.
What happened to the NFL Christmas Eve game in 2012?
Christmas Eve: Christmas Eve fell on a Monday in 2012. Since the NFL usually avoids scheduling games on the night of Christmas Eve, the ESPN Monday Night game for that week was instead played on Saturday, December 22, between the Atlanta Falcons and the Detroit Lions.
Who kicked the 36-yard field goal for the 49ers?
But on the 49ers next drive, a pair of runs by Kaepernick for gains of 19 and 17 yards enabled David Akers to kick a 36-yard field goal, sending the teams into their locker rooms with San Francisco leading 24–21.