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Week 11

Sunday, Nov 18

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Atlanta Falcons Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM
Baltimore Ravens Cleveland Browns 1:00 PM
Green Bay Packers Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM
Houston Texans New Orleans Saints 1:00 PM
Indianapolis Colts Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 PM
Jacksonville Jaguars San Diego Chargers 1:00 PM
Minnesota Vikings Oakland Raiders 1:00 PM
Philadelphia Eagles Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM
Detroit Lions New York Giants 1:00 PM
Cincinnati Bengals Arizona Cardinals 1:00 PM
New York Jets Pittsburgh Steelers 4:05 PM
Dallas Cowboys Washington Redskins 4:15 PM
San Francisco 49ers St. Louis Rams 4:15 PM
Seattle Seahawks Chicago Bears 4:15 PM
Buffalo Bills New England Patriots 8:15 PM

Monday, Nov 19

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Denver Broncos Tennessee Titans 8:30 PM

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Good LUCK....you guys play in Buffalo....No matther How Bad they can be doinn (The Bills..that is ......),playing in that dammed City its no picnic !!!!!

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2nd best defense in the NFL, 1st in stopping the run.

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By Michael Silver, Yahoo! Sports
November 16, 2007

He is the general manager of the NFL's only remaining winless team, but one thing Randy Mueller hasn't lost is his sense of humor. Explaining the team's decision to name rookie John Beck as the Miami Dolphins' starting quarterback for Sunday's road game against the Philadelphia Eagles, Mueller acknowledged that the second-round draft pick from BYU might not be completely ready for the madness that awaits him at Lincoln Financial Field.

"With a young quarterback, you try to err on the side of caution as much as you can," Mueller said Wednesday from Boise, Idaho, where he was enjoying a temporary respite from the Land of the Lost. "But let's face it – we're 0-9. It's not like we're protecting a 59 and we just need a par on 18."

If you think about it, there isn't all that much pressure on Beck, the quarterback who last April compelled Mueller and first-year coach Cam Cameron to pass on Brady Quinn in the NFL draft and incur the wrath of their aghast fan base, not to mention some players and a nation of draftniks.

In replacing Cleo Lemon, who replaced the injured Trent Green, all Beck has to do is help prevent the Dolphins from joining the 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the only teams to go winless throughout an entire NFL season. Oh, and provide some hope for the future, all while keeping his teammates from checking out and smarmy TV commentators and sportswriters from insufferably fixating on newly reinstated halfback Ricky Williams' pot-smoking past.

Other than that, Beck's life is stress-free.

The worst thing that has happened to the Dolphins in '07 was the Rams' stunning victory over the Saints last Sunday. In skyrocketing to 1-8, St. Louis left Miami as exposed as Eugene Robinson on Biscayne Boulevard the night before Super Bowl XXXIII. That the Dolphins simultaneously blew a 10-2 fourth-quarter lead on the Buffalo Bills didn't help matters.

Then, on Wednesday, Miami became the NFL's biggest newsmaker – first because of Beck's promotion, and later after the league announced that Williams had been cleared to return after an 18-month suspension for violating its substance-abuse policy.

Suddenly, the football world is watching – or at least slightly paying attention – as the Dolphins attempt to avoid eternal ignominy by beating at least one of their remaining opponents (at Eagles, at Steelers, Jets, at Bills, Ravens, at Patriots, at Bengals).

The scary thing is, this gutted franchise is faced with a challenge far more daunting than winning a football game.

As my former colleague Peter King pointed out so comprehensively last month, Miami's mess was of its own making, especially on draft days. From 1998-2003, the Dolphins selected 46 players and traded for 10 others. Exactly none of them is on the team's active roster; that will change only when Williams, who has a two-week exemption, gets back onto the field.

Mueller, who as the Saints' general manager traded Williams to Miami in 2002, didn't join the Dolphins' front office until June of '05, and during his first 17 months on the job he (like everyone else) had to yield to the all-knowing authority of coach Nick Saban. In the winter, after Saban slithered off to Alabama and Miami owner Wayne Huizenga had already chosen Cameron as his successor, Mueller finally was granted some semblance of power. Almost immediately, he started getting grief from a frustrated fan base.

From the free-agent signing of ex-Steelers linebacker Joey Porter (for a reported five years, $32 million) to the re-signing of veteran defensive lineman Vonnie Holliday (for a reported four years, $20 million) to the selection of former Ohio State wideout/kick returner Ted Ginn Jr. with the ninth overall pick (instead of Quinn, the popular choice), Mueller's moves have been cited by critics as reasons for the team's failings. Porter hurt his knee and then struggled to adjust to a defense that didn't deploy him properly before coming on in recent weeks, Holliday has been hobbled by an ankle injury that kept him out virtually all of October, and Ginn has yet to make a significant impact on offense or special teams.

Yet blaming Mueller for Miami's miserable season is like calling out Katie Couric for the demise of the network newscast. Thus, though a 0-16 disaster (or close) would seem to spell possible doom for Mueller, Cameron or both, the GM believes Huizenga is committed to staying the course.

"We've only had the wheel for six months," Mueller said. "It's not like we can undo six years in six months, and people understand that. We spend a lot of time with (Huizenga), and he's fine. He understands that this should have happened a few years ago."

Partly for that reason, Huizenga seems to be on board with Cameron's decision to play Beck, a 26-year-old married father who went on a two-year Mormon mission in Portugal from 2000-02. If nothing else, the owner is as curious as everyone else who cares about the Dolphins to see if the rookie can help revive this flat-lined franchise. As Mueller said, "We're all fans, to a point. We all want to see what John can do."

As for Williams, all that talk about the chilly reception awaiting him for having let down his teammates faded as harsh reality sunk in and the Dolphins' players considered the potential benefits of his return. To you, Williams may be a punch line; surely, he is the sports world's most lampooned stoner in recent memory. But to veterans like the unfailingly blunt Porter, one of the team leaders consulted by Cameron before the coach greenlighted the halfback's return, Williams simply is a rugged runner with fresh legs.

Asked by reporters Wednesday if he'd welcome Williams back, Porter responded, as only he can, "Yeah, I would. We're 0-9. I'd welcome (Osama) bin Laden if he could run the ball like Ricky did."

Perhaps Williams and Beck will conspire to stir the Fins from their season-long slumber and let teams like the Rams, Jets, Raiders and 49ers (er, Patriots – thanks, Mike Nolan, for that absurdly generous Joe Staley trade) back into the race for the No. 1 overall pick in '08.

In the meantime, there's no shortage of self-appointed personnel gurus willing to tell Mueller how to escape the Land of the Lost. "We've heard it all, believe me," Mueller said. "I was on a car rental bus in Cleveland, and the driver said, 'You're playing Ted Ginn out of position. He should be a defensive back.' I just laughed; you just have to grin and bear it."

Rest assured, the GM would trade that grin for a win in a Miami minute.


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Top 10 storylines of Week 11
By Pat Kirwan | NFL.com



Top 10 storylines for Week 11
The regular season bye weeks are over and it is officially time to defend the top of a division, make a push to the playoffs, or take a look at a few young players to get ready for 2008.

When you think about it, every team fits into one of these three categories. Can a team like the Colts defend their division lead? Can the Browns climb into the top six spots in the AFC and get a playoff berth? Is it time to see what JaMarcus Russell is all about in Oakland?

Every team in the league is concerned about how many healthy players they have left to finish the season the right way. With virtually no one left on the street to fill a roster spot, look for many teams to sign practice squad rookies for immediate duty. The general managers and head coaches who built up the back end of the roster last spring and chose wisely when they signed their eight man practice squads have the best chance to make it through the next seven weeks.

With all of that in mind, here are my top 10 issues I will be keeping an eye on this week:


1. So many quarterback changes
There seems to be more quarterback activity than I can remember at this point in the season in a long time. John Beck gets his first start for the Dolphins, Brodie Croyle goes for the Chiefs and they're still very much in the playoff hunt. We could see JaMarcus Russell in a small package of plays for the first time. Rex Grossman (Chicago), J.P. Losman (Buffalo), Kyle Boller (Baltimore) get a second chance to save their careers. David Garrard (Jacksonville) and Matt Schaub (Houston) are back from injuries while Trent Dilfer (San Francisco) and Vinnie Testaverde (Carolina) play because of injury. There's a lot riding on the arms and brains of a number of guys who haven't done it before or failed before. No matter how much you do in the off-season, it always comes down to the quarterback.

2. Can Simeon Rice really help the Colts?
The lose of defensive end Dwight Freeney is devastating to the Colts. Freeney's value didn't always show up in individual sacks, but his presence dictated where the protections went on every pass play and it provided players such as Robert Mathis tremendous opportunities to get to the quarterback. Will Simeon Rice help repair the damage done by the Freeney injury? Rice was the best on the street, and the Colts were lucky to get a guy in November with his credentials and relationship with Tony Dungy.

However, the Colts have a long way to go to solve this problem. Some say his shoulder isn't right, some say if he had anything left he would still be in Denver. I think if the Colts limit his exposure to mostly pass situations, then they will get some rush out of him. Keep in mind the Colts often play with a lead and opponents have already thrown 45 more passes than the Broncos opponents did. He should get 15 to 20 decent shots at rushing the passer. Indianapolis doesn't like to blitz and expects the four-man front to get to the quarterback. Rice will be one of the key players I will be watching this weekend.

3. 82 years of quarterback take the field in Green Bay
They say pro football is a young man's game. No one bothered to tell Brett Favre (38), who is leading the NFL in passing yards, or Vinny Testaverde (44). The two men will face off at Lambeau Field this week when the Panthers play the Packers. The combined age of these two quarterbacks is 82, the oldest ever by a starting quarterback tandem. Compare that to the Tennessee-Denver game where the combined age of the starting quarterbacks is 52, or the Washington-Dallas game where the combined age is 53.

The polls are open! Fans can vote now to select players for the 2008 NFL Pro Bowl, to be played Feb. 10 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. Voting continues through Dec. 11. Who do you want to see in the Pro Bowl? Vote here!

4. There seems to be a few "great" returners in the NFL
Last year, we had nine kickoff returns for a touchdown and the same number in 2005. With seven weeks to go this season, we already have 16 kickoff returns for scores and are on pace for 26. The Bears' Devon Hester is always the first name mentioned when it comes to dangerous returns, but it's time to mention Leon Washington (Jets) 3, Josh Cribbs (Cleveland) 2, Darren Sproles (San Diego) 1 -- plus a punt return for a score -- with Hester, who also has two punt return for scores. The NFL is averaging close to two kick and/or punt returns for a touchdown a week, and that makes for very exciting football. Cribbs has had a return of 30 yards or more in nine straight games.

5. Is this the week we see a helmet-to-helmet ejection?
Last week, the NFL sent a memo out to teams stating that the officials had the right to eject a player from a game for a dangerous play with the intent to injury when using his helmet. No one got thrown out of a game last week, but it's going to happen sooner or later. The playoff pressure is mounting and someone is going to take a shot he should not take, but will. Coaches are concerned about the amount of power the officials already have on the field, and this could be a big story if a star safety gets ejected in the first quarter of a game with playoff implications.

6. Always beware of a rematch game or a team coming off a shutout
Last week, there were eight rematch games and three of the teams that lost the first round of the home-and-home division series won and split for the season. It's hard to beat an NFL team twice in a season. Keep a close eye on St. Louis, Baltimore and Buffalo as they get a second chance against a division opponent this week. As for shutouts, two teams suffered the embarrassment of being blanked last week. Since 2002, 50 percent of the teams shut out one week win the following week. So, is it Minnesota or San Francisco that rights the ship this week?

7. Who has the best pass-rush tandem?
There was a time when the best pass-rush tandem was Julius Peppers and Mike Rucker down in Carolina, but they're nowhere to be found now. Jared Allen and Tamba Hali aren't bad with 12.5 sacks, but the top five tandems right now are all from the NFC.


5. Trent Cole and Juqua Thomas for the Eagles with 13 sacks.
4. Tommie Harris and Adewale Ogunleye for the Bears with 14 sacks.
3. Greg Ellis and DeMarcus Ware for the Cowboys with 14.5 sacks.
2. Osi Umenyiora and Justin Tuck for the Giants with 16 sacks.
1. The best tandem in the NFL is Aaron Kampman and Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila in Green Bay with 17.5 sacks.

Some teams, like the Titans, have three defensive linemen with five sacks each, while a team like the Giants have another 9.5 sacks from Michael Strahan and Mathias Kiwanuka. But when you watch the Packers' tandem crush the pocket and get after the quarterback, it's hard to argue that there is a better tandem in the league.

8. Will the AFC South and NFC East continue their dominance?
Have you noticed that the AFC South and NFC East are both 16-6 outside their division and are tied for the best non-division record in the NFL? All eight teams have winning records in non-division games. Well, six of the eight teams are playing out of the division this week, and if recent success holds up this should be another big weekend for these teams. There are tie-breaker implications for future playoff spots at stake too. The Giants meet the Lions, the Jaguars face off with the Chargers, and the Titans play the Broncos with playoff ramifications on the line and history on their side.

9. How hard is it to "make a run" this time of year?
It seems like all we hear this time of year is "it's time to make a run." By definition that means have a winning record in the second half of the year and make the playoffs. Keep in mind only 10 teams had winning records in the second half of the season last year. Three of those 10 (Green Bay, Tennessee, and Pittsburgh) made a run, but it was too little too late. Meanwhile, the Giants faded with a 2-6 record and still made the playoffs. Surprisingly, the Colts went 4-4 down the stretch and won the Super Bowl. For a few teams their record is padded enough that they don't have to make a run. For other teams, even a 6-2 finish won't be enough. This week should be the second step of the run and for teams like the Eagles who won last week, there is still a chance but it is now or never. Last year, they finished 6-2, so it can be done. A 3-5 start with a 6-2 finish is a 9-7 season and that should make it in the NFC.

10. It seems harder to win on the road than ever
Every team in the league has either three or four games left to play on the road this season. Outside of the Patriots, the other 31 teams really have to win away from home. At this point in the season only 10 teams have winning road records. The NFC West doesn't have a team with more than one road win. The biggest road-game concerns this weekend belong to Cleveland (1-3) heading into Baltimore, San Diego (1-3) heading across country to Jacksonville, Tampa Bay (1-3) heading up to Atlanta, and the Cardinals (1-4) flying east to Cincinnati. Unless these playoff hopefuls change their road behavior, their playoff dreams start to fade this week.



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I want Mike Martz fired! why the **** do we not throw more passes and use our #2 overall pick Calvin Johnson?!?!?! all game long instead of using weapons like Roy and Calvin we keep throwing to 4'11 Shaun f'n McDonald and of course on the last drive the idiot drops or tips a pass that gets intercepted. Before that he fumbled the ball and lost yardage but lucky the refs bailed him out with a bogus roughing the passer call. Honestly the Giants tried to give this game away with all kinds of mistakes and turnovers in the 4th quarter and yet this Mike Martz offense couldn't do jack shit.
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Vinatieri FG lifts Colts with :04 left
Favre, Packers top Testaverde, Panthers
Giants' 'D' seals 16-10 win over Lions
Ravens rally, beat Browns 33-30 in OT
McNabb hurt, but Eagles beat Dolphins
Garrard returns, leads Jags by Chargers
Johnson, Williams lift Texans by Saints
Bucs pound Leftwich and Falcons 31-7

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I want Mike Martz fired! why the **** do we not throw more passes and use our #2 overall pick Calvin Johnson?!?!?! all game long instead of using weapons like Roy and Calvin we keep throwing to 4'11 Shaun f'n McDonald and of course on the last drive the idiot drops or tips a pass that gets intercepted. Before that he fumbled the ball and lost yardage but lucky the refs bailed him out with a bogus roughing the passer call. Honestly the Giants tried to give this game away with all kinds of mistakes and turnovers in the 4th quarter and yet this Mike Martz offense couldn't do jack shit.
Calvin is still not 100% fit, that's why Martz gives him a limited playing time. Your running game is very bad, you must get it going very soon if you want to have any shot on P.O. Your remaining schedule is also very tough.
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Vinatieri FG lifts Colts with :04 left
Favre, Packers top Testaverde, Panthers
Giants' 'D' seals 16-10 win over Lions
Ravens rally, beat Browns 33-30 in OT
McNabb hurt, but Eagles beat Dolphins
Garrard returns, leads Jags by Chargers
Johnson, Williams lift Texans by Saints
Bucs pound Leftwich and Falcons 31-7
Colo, no love for Rolle and rest of the Cardinals?p
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Sunday's NFL Capsules

November 19, 2007
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NEW ENGLAND 56, BUFFALO 10

ORCHARD PARK, New York (Ticker) -- The New England Patriots continued their dominance of the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, rolling to a 56-10 victory.

The Patriots have won nine straight in the series, but none of those previous victories were as impressive as this one.

New England scored on its first six possessions, four of those scored being touchdown passes from Tom Brady to Randy Moss.

It didn't take the Patriots long to jump out on the Bills. On the fourth play of the game, cornerback Randall Gay intercepted a J.P. Losman pass and returned it 21 yards.

Bills right tackle Langston Walker received a 13 yard penalty for hitting Gay out of bounds, and New England started the drive from the Bills' 13. Two plays later Laurence Maroney ran it in from six yards out to give the Pats the early 7-0 lead.

After forcing the Bills to go three and out, New England needed only six plays to pad the lead to 14-0. Brady hit Moss from 43 yards out, giving Moss his 13th TD reception of the year, a team record for a season.

The Bills responded with a big play of their own as Losman hit Roscoe Parrish for a 47 yard TD pass, cutting the lead to 14-7 with 4:26 left in the first quarter.

Brady and Moss again connected, this time from 16 yards on the first play of the second quarter.

On their next possession, the tandem again lit up the scoreboard, this time from six yards, giving New England a 28-7 lead with 6:33 left in the first half. That gave Brady 183 career TD passes, passing Steve Grogan as the team's all-time leader in that category.

They weren't done as Moss made a pretty catch to the right of the end zone with just 10 seconds left in the half. Moss' fourth TD reception gave him a team record for most in a game and the Patriots led 35-7 at the half

Brady's first half numbers were 22-of-28 for 287 yards and a QB rating of 149.0 ,while Moss had eight catches for 112 yards and four touchdowns.

New England continued the deluge, going for it on 4th-and-1 from the Buffalo 3. Brady found Ben Watson in the right corner of the end zone.

Kyle Eckel added a TD run and corner Ellis Hobbs returned a fumble for a TD to cap the scoring.

INDIANAPOLIS 13, KANSAS CITY 10

INDIANAPOLIS (Ticker) -- Peyton Manning and Adam Vinatieri shrugged off dismal performances to keep their team from an unwanted spot in the record book.

Vinatieri kicked a 24-yard field goal with three seconds to play as the Indianapolis Colts held off the Kansas City Chiefs, 13-10, on Sunday.

It was the 20th game-winning field goal for Vinatieri, who had blown a 29-yard game-winning attempt in last week's 23-21 loss to the San Diego Chargers.

Overcoming his worst effort of the season, Manning was perfect on the final drive in preventing Indianapolis (8-2) from absorbing its third straight defeat.

No team in NFL history ever has lsot three consecutive games after starting the season 7-0.

Failing to throw a touchdown pass for the first time this season, Manning completed all four of his attempts for 59 yards on the winning drive. He finished 16-of-32 for 163 yards and an interception.

Indy coach Tony Dungy made a gutsy call with his team facing a 4th-and-1 at the 3-yard line at the two-minute warning.

With the Colts appearing to try and lure Kansas City offsides, Manning took the snap and picked up the first down on a quarterback sneak.

The Chiefs were out of timeouts and Manning took a knee three times before Vinatieri came on for the winning kick.

Vinatieri, who entered this one by making 30-of-31 career field goal attempts in the RCA dome, had missed his first two chances Sunday.

Chiefs quarterback Brodie Croyle completed 18-of-26 for 148 yards and a touchdown in his first NFL start.

An ugly first half ended in an unlikely 3-3 tie.

Manning endured one of the worst halves of his career, finishing 6-of-16 for 62 yards and one interception. After completing his first two passes for 42 yards, Manning struggled throughout the half as the Chiefs, led by defensive end Jered Allen, applied continuous pressure.

Croyle was sacked and fumbled the ball away late in the first half, giving the Colts the ball at the Chiefs 13-yard line.

Manning, however, was unable to get the ball into the end zone and Indianapolis had to settle for a 27-yard field goal by Vinatieri to tie it at 3-3.

That ended a streak of three consecutive misses by Vinatieri, who earlier misfired on attempts of 49 and 38 yards.

Kansas City's Dave Rayner booted a 47-yards for a 3-0 lead with 8:55 left in the half, but he also missed a pair of field goals in the second quarter.

The Chiefs (4-6) lost their third straight game.

GREEN BAY 31, CAROLINA 17

GREEN BAY, Wisconsin (Ticker) -- Tight end Donald Lee caught a pair of touchdown passes as the Green Bay Packers defeated the Carolina Panthers, 31-17, for their best start in more than four decades.

With their fifth straight victory, Green Bay improved to 9-1 for the first time since 1962, when the Vince Lombardi-led Packers won the NFL championship with a 13-1 record.

Since signing a four-year contract extension on November 5, Lee has three touchdown receptions. He also caught a TD in last week's 34-0 win over the Minnesota Vikings.

The Packers appear to be getting stronger as they battle the Dallas Cowboys for the best record in the NFC and made it look easy against the Panthers.

Green Bay has seized control of the NFC North, opening a three-game lead over the Detroit Lions (6-4), who dropped their second straight on Sunday to the New York Giants.

The Packers, who have 13 of their last 14 games, dating to last season, play at Detroit on Thanksgiving.

Brett Favre had a relatively quiet day for Green Bay, completing 22-of-30 passes for 218 yards, but he still threw three touchdowns for the second straight week.

NY GIANTS 16, DETROIT 10

DETROIT (Ticker) - Eli Manning completed 28-of-39 passes for 283 yards and a touchdown and Lawrence Tynes made all three field goals as the New Yorkk Giants defeated the Detroit Lions, 16-10.

Manning tossed a 10-yard score to Brandon Jacobs with just 23 seconds remaining in the first half. Jacobs' first career touchdown reception gave the Giants a 10-0 lead and capped an 11-play, 80-yard drive.

Jacobs, however, left the game late in the third quarter with a hamstring injury and did not return. He rushed 11 times for 54 yards and caught four passes for 49 yards.

Detroit quarterback Jon Kitna completed 28-of-43 passes for 384 yards and a touchdown, but also threw for three interceptions - including two in the final two minutes of the fourth quarter.

The defeat was the first at home in five games for the Lions (6-4).

Tynes connected on field goals of 28, 46 and 20 for the Giants (7-3).

Detroit scored on its first possession of the second half when Jason Hanson kicked a 42-yard field goal. The kick moved Hanson into 10th place on the NFL career scoring list. He had been tied with Lou Groza with 1,608 points.

JACKSONVILLE 24, SAN DIEGO 17

JACKSONVILLE, Florida (Ticker) -- David Garrard threw two touchdown passes in his return to the lineup and safety Sammy Knight intercepted Philip Rivers with 1:26 left as the Jacksonville Jaguars held on for a 24-17 victory over the San Diego Chargers.

Garrard missed three games since sustaining a high-ankle sprain on October 22 against the Indianapolis Colts. In his absence, Quinn Gray led the Jaguars to a 2-1 record, including a critical 28-13 victory over the Tennessee Titans last week.

In his return, Garrard directed the Jaguars (7-3) to 10 first-quarter points. Placekicker Josh Scobee opened the scoring with a 48-yard field goal, and halfback Maurice Jones-Drew scored from 1-yard out to put Jacksonville ahead, 10-0.

The Chargers (5-5) got on the board in the second quarter with a 23-yard field goal by Nate Kaeding, but Garrard struck right back.

On the ensuing possession, Garrard capped off a nine-play, 73-yard drive with a 36-yard scoring pass to wide receiver Reggie Williams with 4:33 left in the second quarter to put the Jaguars ahead, 17-3, at the half.

The teams traded touchdowns in the third quarter, with Chargers halfback LaDainian Tomlinson scoring on a 6-yard run to open the second half.

Jacksonville answered later in the third quarter when Garrard threw a 1-yard scoring pass to tight end Marcedes Lewis to make it 24-10.

Garrard finished 15-of-24 for 189 yards. Halfback Fred Taylor rushed 20 times for 85 yards to lead Jacksonville's ground game.

MINNESOTA 29, OAKLAND 22

MINNEAPOLIS (Ticker) -- Chester Taylor filled in capably for star rookie Adrian Peterson, rushing for 164 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries, as the Minnesota Vikings posted a 29-22 victory victory over the Oakland Raiders.

Peterson, the NFL's leading rusher, sat out the game with a knee injury suffered in last week's 34-0 loss to the Green Bay Packers.

Prior to Sunday, the Vikings (4-6) had 10 rushing touchdowns all season - eight by Peterson.

Perhaps looking to open up his offense in Peterson's absence, Vikings coach Brad Childress suprised the Raiders on the game's first play, as rookie wide receiver Sidney Rice completed a 79-yard pass to Visanthe Shiancoe.

On the next snap, Taylor rambled in from 10 yards out, giving the Vikings a 7-0 lead just 43 seconds into the contest.

Back in as Oakland's starter, Daunte Culpepper provided a spark for the Raiders (2-8), completing 23-of-40 passes for 344 yards. The former Viking was making his first appearance against the team in which traded him to Miami in the 2006 offseason.

The teams combined for 26 points during a wild second quarter in which Sebastian Janikowski kicked a pair of field goals in the final two minutes to pull the Raiders into a 19-19 halftime time.

Minnesota turned the ball over four times in the first half, with the Raiders converting three of the turnovers into three field goals.

ARIZONA 35, CINCINNATI 27

CINCINNATI (Ticker) -- Cornerback Antrel Rolle intercepted three passes and returned two of those for touchdowns to lead the Arizona Cardinals to a 35-27 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.

Rolle picked off Cincinnati quarterback Carson Palmer and returned it 55 yards in the first quarter, then took an interception back 54 yards in the closing moments of the third quarter to give the Cardinals a 35-27 lead.

Rolle's final interception came in the final minute and sealed the win for Arizona (5-5).

Palmer completed a career-high 37-of-52 passes for 329 yards, but was also intercepted a career-worst four times.

On the other side, Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner completed 16-of-28 passes for 211 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

The Bengals opened the scoring with their first touchdown in five quarters when Palmer found T.J. Houshmandzadeh in the right corner of the end zone with 10:14 left in the opening quarter.

After Rolle's first touchdown knotted the score, Arizona went ahead, 21-13, at the half on two touchdown passes by Warner.

The first was to wide receiver Anquan Boldin from 44 yards out, then Warner hooked up with wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald on a 5-yard scoring connection.

Cardinals linebacker Karlos Dansby intercepted Palmer and returned it to the Cincinnati 24 to set up a 1-yard plunge by Edgerrin James to put the Cardinals ahead, 28-13, early in the third quarter.

Cincinnati rallied back to pull within 28-27. Palmer hooked up with wide receiver Chris Henry for a 37-yard scoring pass, then reserve running back De De Dorsey blocked Mike Barr's punt and returned it 27 yards for a score to make it a one-point game.

But the Bengals' final hopes were dashed by Rolle's third and final interception.

HOUSTON 23, NEW ORLEANS 10

HOUSTON (Ticker) - Andre Johnson caught a 73-yard touchdown pass in his return to Houston's lineup, helping lead the Houston Texans to a 23-10 victory over the New Orleans Saints.

Johnson, who has been out of the lineup since the second week of the season with a knee injury, caught six passes for 120 yards, going over 100 yards receiving for the third time this season and 16th time in his career.

The Texans sealed the win with Kris Brown's 53-yard field goal with 58 seconds left in the third quarter, giving Houston a 20-10 lead. Brown tacked on a 23-yarder to make it 23-10 with 1:57 left.

Quarterback Matt Schaub also returned from injury and finished 21-of-33 for 293 yards and two touchdowns as the Texans (5-5) won their second straight game.

New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees completed 32-of-48 passes for 275 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions.

Saints running back Reggie Bush rushed for just 34 yards on 15 attempts, losing two fumbles.

TAMPA BAY 31, ATLANTA 7

ATLANTA (Ticker) - Jeff Garcia threw two touchdown passes and Earnest Graham rumbled for 102 yards and a score to lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 31-7 rout of the Atlanta Falcons.

The Buccaneers (6-4) now enjoy a two-game lead in the division after the other three NFC South teams - the Carolina Panthers (4-6), New Orleans Saints (4-6) and Falcons (3-7) - lost on Sunday.

Garcia, Graham and the Tampa Bay defense quickly dimmed any Atlanta hopes of sneaking into the playoffs.

Garcia, who completed 10-of-20 passes for 159 yards and two touchdowns, found a wide-open Joey Galloway down the left sideline for a 44-yard touchdown reception to open the scoring with 7:43 remaining in the first quarter.

Tampa Bay extended the lead thanks its defense, which battered the Falcons' offense all night, sacking Atlanta's quarterbacks four times and forcing five turnovers.

Greg White defense forced a fumble by Byron Leftwich that led to Tampa's second score with 10:42 remaining in the second quarter. Cornerback Ronde Barber recovered the loose ball and scampered 41 yards into the end zone to give the Bucs a 14-0 advantage.

Chris Hovan intercepted Leftwich at the Falcons 27 to set up Tampa's next score, when Garcia found Alex Smith for a 21-yard touchdown pass with 4:43 remaining before Graham rumbled for 26 yards on the first play from scrimmage in the fourth quarter to cap the scoring.

Leftwich made the start at quarterback in place of Joey Harrington, despite the fact that Harrington had rallied the Falcons to two straight victories.


PHILADELPHIA 17, MIAMI 7

PHILADELPHIA (Ticker) - A.J. Feeley came on for the injured Donovan McNabb and engineered two scoring drives in the second half to rally the Philadelphia Eagles past the winless Miami Dolphins, 17-7.

McNabb suffered a right ankle sprain late in the first half after having his leg rolled on by cornerback Michael Lehan while throwing an incompletion.

McNabb, who limped to the locker room, underwent X-rays which were negative. But he did not return in the second half.

Without McNabb, the sloppy Eagles were able to avoid losing to the Dolphins, who are the first team to start a season with 10 straight losses since the Detroit Lions went 0-12 to open the 2001 campaign.

Feeley shook off a first-half interception when he led Philadelphia on a seven-play, 62-yard scoring drive to open the third quarter that culminated in an 8-yard touchdown run by Correll Buckhalter that gave Philadelphia its first lead, 10-7.

The Eagles avoided disaster on the prior play when Feeley was hit attempting to pass and fumbled. But an offsides on the Dolphins nullified the play.

Feeley then threw a 4-yard TD pass to Jason Avant four minutes into the final period to increase the margin to 17-7. The scoring strike capped a 10-play, 77-yard drive.

Brian Westbrook, who kept the Eagles' fading season alive with a huge game last week at Washington, rushed for a career-high 148 yards on 32 carries. Westbrook had missed practice on Thursday and Friday with a sore knee.

CLEVELAND 33, BALTIMORE 30 (OT)

BALTIMORE (Ticker) -- Phil Dawson made one of the more unusual field goals in NFL history to tie the contest and then kicked the game-winner in overtime to lift the Cleveland Browns to a 33-30 victory over the Baltimore Ravens.

Derek Anderson passed for 274 yards and Jamal Lewis added a rushing score for Cleveland (6-4), which blew a 12-point halftime lead in last week's 31-28 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

After Matt Stover connected on a 47-yard field - his third of the quarter - to give the Ravens a 30-27 edge with just 26 seconds remaining, a big return by Josh Cribbs and a crucial 18-yard pass from Anderson to Braylon Edwards set the stage for Dawson's 51-yard attempt.

Dawson's game-tying kick as time expired was originally ruled no good and many Raven players went to the locker room thinking they had won the contest. However, upon further review, the referee determined that the ball hit the left upright and then the extension before bouncing back out.

After winning the coin toss, the Browns drove right down the field and Dawson knocked through a 33-yard field goal to lift them to their fourth victory in their last five games. The most important play of the game-winning drive was Anderson's 18-yard completion to Kellen Winslow on 3rd-and-10, which brought them to the Ravens 30.

Baltimore faced a 13-point deficit entering the fourth quarter, but a pair of field goals by Stover and a 27-yard strike from Kyle Boller to Devard Darling tied the game at 27-27 with 3:31 remaining.

Boller threw for 279 yards and passed Vinny Testaverde for the franchise record in all-time passing yardage.

DALLAS, 28, WASHINGTON 23

IRVING, Texas (Ticker) - Tony Romo threw four touchdown passes to Terrell Owens to lead the Dallas Cowboys to a 28-23 victory over their NFC East rival Washington Redskins.

Three of Owens' four TD receptions - which tied a Cowboys' franchise record - came after the intermission.

The Redskins (5-5) nearly spoiled Owens' spectacular day, reaching the Cowboys' 19-yard line with under two minutes remaining, but defensive back Terence Newman sealed the win with an interception.

Two major calls by the officiating crew in the third quarter helped give Dallas (9-1) the lead for good.

With the Cowboys facing a 2nd-and-6 at their own 27, Romo's pass over the middle appeared to be intercepted by Redskins linebacker Rocky McIntosh, who returned it inside the 5-yard line.

Dallas coach Wade Phillips challenged the call, and replays showed the ball had hit the ground, giving the Cowboys renewed life.

On the next play, Romo looked long for wide receiver Patrick Crayton. The pass was underthrown but Washington safety Reed Doughty was called for a 51-yard pass interference penalty, taking Dallas down to Washington's 22-yard line.

Three plays later, Romo hit a streaking Owens in the end zone for 31 yards, giving Dallas a 14-10 lead.

Romo finished 22-of-31 for 293 yards with the four touchdowns.

The Redskins answered with an eight-play, 50-yard drive and closed to 14-13 on Suisham's 39-yard field goal.

It took Romo and the Cowboys only six plays to pad their lead. He hit Sam Hurd for 13 yards and Witten for 23 yards before hooking up with Owens for his third touchdown of the day.

Owens again beat Shawn Springs in a play that looked remarkably like his second touchdown - only this time from 46 yards - to put Dallas ahead, 21-13.

Owens finished the day with eight catches for 173 yards. It was his third straight 100-yard receiving day and moved him past Art Monk into 11th place on the NFL's all-time receiving yards list.

It also was Owens' fifth consecutive game with at least one touchdown catch.

While Washington closed the gap to 21-16 on Suisham's 44-yard field goal, the Owens' show wasn't over. His fourth touchdown of the day came on a 52-yard pass from Romo for a 28-16 lead midway through the final quarter.

Still, the Redskins did not go quietly, closing to 28-23 on Campbell's 5-yard TD pass to Santana Moss.

SEATTLE 30, CHICAGO 23

SEATTLE (Ticker) -- Matt Hasselbeck threw a pair of touchdown passes and the Seattle Seahawks extended their modest winning streak to two games with a 30-23 victory over the Chicago Bears.

Seattle (6-4) started the season 3-1 but has been dealing with injuries and inconsistent play. The Seahawks have now won consecutive games for the second time this season and remained a game ahead of the Arizona Cardinals (5-5) for first place in the NFC West.

Hasselbeck was 30-of-44 for 337 yards. He threw a 19-yard TD pass to D.J. Hackett in the first quarter to cut Chicago's lead to 10-7 and connected with Nate Burleson on a 4-yard scoring strike early in the third quarter for the only TD of the second half.

Burleson's score gave the Seahawks a 24-17 lead and the defense did the rest, keeping the Bears out of the end zone over the final two quarters.

Robbie Gould kicked his second field goal of the fourth quarter, a 48-yarder, with 13 seconds left to pull the Bears within 30-23. The ensuing onside kick went off a Seattle player and out of bounds, giving the Seahawks the ball and the win.

Rex Grossman was sacked five times and lost a fumble but did not throw an interception and completed 24-of-37 passes for 266 yards.

Hackett finished with nine receptions for 136 yards, both career highs. His 59-yard reception in the fourth quarter was also a career long and led to a 23-yard field goal by Josh Brown that gave Seattle a 27-20 lead.

NY JETS 19, PITTSBURGH 16 (OT)

EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey (Ticker) - Leon Washington's 26-yard punt return set up Mike Nugent's fourth field goal of the game, a 38-yarder 5:03 into overtime, that gave the New York Jets a stunning 19-16 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Steelers (7-3) kicked away from Washington, who has returned three kickoffs for a touchdown this season, the entire game. But in the overtime, Washington fielded a punt and made a move, scampering 26 yards to the Pittsburgh 26, with only punter Dan Sepulveda's tackle keeping him from ending the game.

Thomas Jones, who carried 30 times for 117 yards, ran the ball three times for six yards before Nugent converted into a strong headwind that saw the ball narrowly clear the upright.

Kellen Clemens drove the Jets 76 yards to the tying field goal with 23 seconds left, leaving Nugent with a 28-yard chip shot with the wind at his back.

The Jets (2-8) built a 13-7 lead, but allowed three straight field goals from Jeff Reed in the second half as the Steelers played keep-away. New York ran just eight plays for 16 yards in the third quarter.

Faced with a 4th-and-2 from the Pittsburgh 31-yard line early in the fourth quarter of a 13-13 game, Jets lineman Brandon Moore committed a false start, but coach Eric Mangini still elected to go for it. Clemens threw an incomplete pass to Brad Smith, opening the door for Pittsburgh to embark on the go-ahead drive.

Ben Roethlisberger drove the Steelers 34 yards in nine plays over 3:35, with Reed converting from 48 yards to make it 16-13 with 8:41 left.

Reed also booted field goals of 37 and 33 yards in the third quarter to rally the Steelers into a 13-13 tie. The two drives covered 20 plays and ate 10:52 off the clock and appeared for a while to have taken their toll on the Jets defense in the fourth quarter.

ST LOUIS 13, SAN FRANCISCO 9

SAN FRANCISCO (Ticker) - Steven Jackson rushed for 92 yards and Marc Bulger threw for a score as the St. Louis Rams defeated the San Francisco 49ers, 13-9.

The Rams, who snapped a franchise-high eight-game losing streak to start the season with a 37-29 victory over the New Orleans Saints last week, tied their division rival for last place in the NFC West.

Bulger, who was sacked six times by San Francisco in week two's loss to San Francisco, and suffered two broken ribs in the defeat, completed 21-of-32 passes for 155 yards and a score.

On their first possession of the game, the Rams put together a nine-play, 79-yard drive that culminated in a 3-yard touchdown pass from Bulger to Torry Holt.

Jeff Wilkins connected on field goals of 49 and 35 yards for the Rams, who won their second straight and remain alive in the playoff hunt in possibly the league's worst division.

Trent Dilfer, who was filling in for injured starter Alex Smith, was hoping to ignite the stagnant offense. He was ineffective however, passing for just 231 yards on 20-of-41 passing with an interception.

Dilfer drove San Francisco to the Rams 21-yard line with three seconds left, but was intercepted in the end zone by free safety O.J. Atogwe.

Smith, who suffered a separated right shoulder on September 30, against the Seattle Seahawks, revealed earlier in the week that he was still hampered by the injury, which prompted Niners coach Mike Nolan to go with Dilfer.

San Francisco has now dropped eight straight games after winning their first two. The loss marks just the second time since the 1999 season that the 49ers have dropped eight consecutive contests in a season.

Niners running back Frank Gore, who rushed for a franchise high 1,695 yards last season, managed just 32 yards on 15 carries. He has not had a 100-yard game this season.



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Titans to get SPANKED by Broncos 2nite !!!!!!!! Guaranteed !!!!

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I was the one who made a pre-season prediction of Titans 6-10 season score. Since i was wrong, i am really not sold on any team spanking Titans, especially not Broncos.:smileani:
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A 5-5 record is good enough for a first-place tie in the AFC West, and that's where Denver stands after beating Tennessee 34-20.

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A 5-5 record is good enough for a first-place tie in the AFC West, and that's where Denver stands after beating Tennessee 34-20.

Pats and Broncos are two teams that i really hate. Come on Chargers, you have way more talent on your team than Donkeys.
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