NFL Today, Week 10 Print
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Sunday, 11 November 2007 16:44
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 SCOREBOARD
Monday night, Nov. 12
San Francisco (2-6) at Seattle (4-4). San Francisco hasn't scored 20 points in a game since its season-opening 20-17 win over Arizona and has lost six straight. Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren is 12-5 vs. the 49ers, with whom he won Super Bowls as assistant coach.

STARS
Passing
- Brett Favre, Packers, completed 33 of 46 passes for 351 yards and three TDs in Green Bay's 34-0 win over Minnesota.
- Tony Romo, Cowboys, threw four TD passes and was 20-of-28 for 247 yards in Dallas' 31-20 win over the New York Giants.
- Kurt Warner, Cardinals, completed 26 of 36 passes for 259 yards and three TDs in Arizona's 31-21 win over Detroit.
- Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers, ran for a 30-yard touchdown and threw for two more scores to help Pittsburgh rally to beat Cleveland 31-28.
- Vince Young, Titans, threw for a career-high 257 yards and his first TD pass since Sept. 24 in Tennessee's 28-13 loss to Jacksonville.

Rushing
- Brian Westbrook, Eagles, had 20 carries for 100 yards and a TD to go with five receptions for 83 yards and two more scores in a 33-25 win over Washington.
- Selvin Young, Broncos, ran for 109 yards and a TD in Denver's 27-11 win at Kansas City.
- Ryan Grant, Packers, ran for 119 yards and a score in Green Bay's 34-0 win over Minnesota.
- Willie Parker, Steelers, had 105 yards on 25 carries in Pittsburgh's 31-28 win over Cleveland.
- Clinton Portis, Redskins rushed for 137 yards on 30 carries in Washington's 33-25 loss to Philadelphia.
Receiving
- Terrell Owens, Cowboys, had two TD catches in Dallas' 31-20 win over the New York Giants. He gained 125 yards.
-Torry Holt, Rams, had eight catches for 124 yards, torturing New Orleans with several catches on third-and-long plays in a 37-29 win.
-Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals, had two TD catches and six others for 74 yards in Arizona's 31-21 win over Detroit.
- Jeremy Shockey, Giants, tied a career best with 12 catches for 129 yards and scored once in a 31-20 loss to Dallas.
Special Teams
- Shayne Graham, Bengals, made seven field goals, none longer than 35 yards, in Cincinnati's 21-7 win over Baltimore.
- Joshua Cribbs, Browns, returned a kick 100 yards and set up another score with a 90-yard return in Cleveland's 31-28 loss at Pittsburgh.
- Bernard Pollard, Chiefs, blocked a punt for a safety in Kansas City's 27-11 loss to Denver.
Defense
- Karlos Dansby, Cardinals, intercepted two passes and forced a fumble to help Arizona beat Detroit 31-21.
- Adewale Ogunleye, Bears, forced a fumble by Josh McCown that Israel Idonije recovered at the Raiders 3 with 1:39 remaining, setting up a game-sealing TD in Chicago's 17-6 win over Oakland.
- Charles Woodson, Packers, made an interception on the goal line to preserve the shutout in the fourth quarter of Green Bay's 34-0 win against Minnesota.
- Chris Kelsay, Bills, sacked Miami's Cleo Lemon in the end zone during Buffalo's 13-10 win over Miami.
- Reggie Hayward, Jaguars, have 2 1/2 sacks in a 28-13 victory at Tennessee.
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MILESTONES
y against the Washington Redskins. McNabb's 19th completion gave him 2,089 in nine NFL seasons, all with Philadelphia. He finished with 20 in the Eagles' 33-25 win.
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STREAKS
Buffalo beat Miami 13-10 for its fourth win in a row and longest streak since 2004. ... The Dolphins have lost nine straight this season and 12 in a row overall ... Pittsburgh beat Cleveland 31-28 for the Steelers' ninth consecutive win over their Rust-Belt rivals. ... After a 21-7 loss to Cincinnati, Baltimore has lost three straight and has been outscored 59-14 in its last two games. ... Kansas City's three-year home winning streak against Denver came to an end with the Broncos' 27-11 victory. ... Dallas ended the Giants' six-game winning string.
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STATS
Denver scored touchdowns 9 seconds apart in its 27-11 win at Kansas City. After Selvin Young's 20-yard touchdown run, defensive end Elvis Dumervil knocked the ball loose from quarterback Damon Huard on the Chiefs' next play from scrimmage. Linebacker Nate Webster scooped it up and dashed 17 yards for another touchdown and a 20-8 lead. ... Redskins WR Keenan McCardell had his first TD catch since 2005 in Washington's 33-25 loss to Philadelphia. ... Green Bay had its first shutout since 2002, blanking Minnesota 34-0. ... Shayne Graham's seven field goals for Cincinnati were one below the league record set by the Titans' Rob Bironas earlier this season.
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SWINGS
Before holding Baltimore to a meaningless late TD, Cincinnati had been tied with winless Miami for most points allowed and had not yielded fewer than 20 points in any game this season. All that changed against the Ravens (4-5), who committed six turnovers. ... Jacksonville made up for an embarrassing opening loss to Tennessee in which it gave up 282 yards rushing by beating the Titans 28-13. ... Cleveland's opening 76-yard TD drive against Pittsburgh lasted 16 plays and 8:55. But afterward, the Browns were all but shut down offensively with only 55 yards of offense the remainder of the contest until moving 32 yards on their final possession, which ended with Phil Dawson's failed 52-yard field goal. ... Rex Grossman replaced an injured Brian Griese and threw a 59-yard pass to Bernard Berrian for the go-ahead score with 3:11 remaining to lead Chicago to a 17-6 win over Oakland. Grossman was benched earlier this season for ineffectiveness.
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SLOPPY
skins committed 11 penalties, including crucial third-down miscues, and again suffered from questionable clock management and play-calling. Coach Joe Gibbs had no timeouts left in the final minutes and made a conservative call on a late third-and-goal before the Eagles went on to win 33-25. ... Carolina's only touchdown came on Ken Lucas' 27-yard fumble return in the Panthers' 20-13 loss to Atlanta. Vinny Testaverde, struggling to move at times, was just 13-of-28 for 153 yards and the Panthers only got 59 yards rushing from DeShaun Foster.
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SACKS
Dallas sacked Giants QB Eli Manning five times in a 30-21 win. ... Jacksonville sacked Vince Young four times in its 28-13 win over Tennessee. ... Buffalo's Chris Kelsay sacked Cleo Lemon in the end zone to make it 3-2 Miami early in Buffalo's 13-10 win over the Dolphins. ... Oakland's Kirk Morrison sacked Chicago's Brian Griese, knocking him out of the game. Rex Grossman relieved his former backup - and promptly fumbled the first center exchange with Olin Kreutz, but the Bears went on to win 17-6.
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SIDELINED
ft Chicago's game against the Raiders shortly before halftime Sunday with a shoulder injury. Griese was hurt when Oakland linebacker Kirk Morrison sacked him late in the second quarter.
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OBIT
Dick Nolan, the former coach of the San Francisco 49ers and the father of current coach Mike Nolan, died Sunday, the 49ers said. A former NFL defensive back who also coached the Saints, Dick Nolan has been in declining health with Alzheimer's disease and prostate cancer for several years. He spent the last few months at an assisted-care facility in the Dallas area, near his longtime home with his wife, Ann.
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SPEAKING
``We heard some things before the game that were hard to believe. One of their players said, `How is it going to feel to get beat by an 0-8 team?' I can't believe that an 0-8 team would say that, but now they are an 0-9 team.'' - Buffalo's Chris Kelsay, after the Bills beat Miami 13-10.
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``It really felt strange, being in the dome, period, after everything the dome went through and after everything the city went through. To be honest with you, I didn't think I'd ever come back here. I've kind of avoided the city, not the people, but the city. I was hoping we wouldn't play the Saints, so I wouldn't have to come back.'' - St. Louis defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, the Saints' head coach until the end of the 2005 season, after the Rams' first win of the season came at New Orleans 37-29.
 

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