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BLACK LEADERSHIP IN NFL BY THE NUMBERS REPORT -WEEK 6
5-1 Russell Wilson- Seattle Seahawks -Wilson has solid second half to beat Tenn.
4-2 Colin Kaepernick-San Fran. 49ers- Niners defense help Kaepernick 253 yards 2 touchdowns keep San Fran one game behind Seattle
3-3 Geno Smith- New York Jets- Rookie-Steelers had two weeks to prepare for Smith and they took advantage. Smith threw two interceptions in New York loss
2-3 E.J. Manuel- Buffalo Bills- Rookie-Did Not play injury
0-1 Thad Lewis – Buffalo Bills- played very well in overtime thriller lose, Bills now have two solid quarterbacks
2-3 Michael Vick- Philadelphia Eagles Did Not Play injury
2-4 Terrell Pryor-Oakland Raiders – Very bad lose in second half too many mistakes and too many interceptions. Pryor during well on the NFL learning curve
1-4 Robert Griffin III- The Washington Football Club- In the first half Griffin looked like the number 10 of last year but did not get assistance from teammates
0-3 Josh Freeman-Tampa Bay Bucs Waived week 4
Josh Freeman – Minnesota Vikings did not play
Black Head Coaches
No Black Head Coaches hired in 2013 they were 7 openings
Marvin Lewis – Cinn. Bengals 4-2
Leslie Frazier- Minn. Vikings 1-4
Mike Tomlin- Pitts Steelers 1-4
Ron Rivera- Carolina Panthers-Latin Head Coach 2-3
3-3 Baltimore Raven Ozzie Newsome, Ravens might have lost too many players over the summer then came the injuries to create difficult year.
2-4 Houston Texan Rick Smith, Houston’s falling apart as quarterback Matt Schaub goes down in third quarter and crowd cheers could be end of the road for Texans.
2-4 Oakland Raider Reggie McKenzie, The Aaron Pryor project in progress
0-6 The New York Football Giants Jerry Reese,-Big Blue is feeling just that BLUE losing to the Chicago Bears 27-21 Thurs Night Eli Manning throws three more interceptions as the Giants slip to the awful 1970 teams
Totals 11 -19