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Page 16 — Saturday, September 20, 2003 NATIONAL FQOTBATJ, LEAGUE jhiftuma (gazette STATISTICS AMERICAN CONFERENCE WEEK 2 TEAM STATISTICS TOTAL YARDAGE OFFENSE Yards flush Pass PitttlnrjH 719 148 571 Cincinnati 710 180 530 Buffalo 693 150 543 Miami 677 273 404 Denver 675 381 294 Kansas City 672 289 383 Houston 651 202 449 Baltimore 624 431 193 Jacksonville 618 170 448 Tennessee 570 129 441 Indianapolis 562 194 368 New England 548 167 381 New York Jets 545 78 467 San Diego 535 185 350 Oakland 517 168 349 Cleveland 455 158 297 DEFENSE Yards Ruth Pass PitttturgK 513 246 267 Baltimore 514 148 366 Indianapolis 516 151 365 Buffalo 526 200 326 Cincinnati 530 318 212 Tennessee 571 161 410 New England 590 206 384 Houston 593 196 397 Denver 597 172 425 Kansas City 612 124 488 Jacksonville 613 165 448 Cleveland 664 410 254 New York Jets 703 347 356 Oakland 750 205 545 San Diego 772 328 444 Miami 780 148 632 c AVERAGE PER GAME OFFENSE Yards Rush Pass Pittsburgh 359.5 74.0 285.5 Cincinnati 355.0 90.0 265.0 Buffalo 346.5 75.0 271.5 Miami 338.5 136.5 202.0 Denver 337.5 190.5 147.0 Kansas City 336.0 144.5 191.5 Houston 325.5 101.0 224.5 Baltimore 312.0 215.5 96.5 Jacksonville 309.0 85.0 224.0 Tennessee 285.0 64.5 220.5 Indianapolis 281.0 97.0 184.0 New England 274.0 83.5 190.5 New York Jets 272.5 39.0 233.5 San Diego 267.5 92.5 175.0 Oakland 258.5 84.0 174.5 Cleveland 227.5 79.0 148.5 DEFENSE Yards Rush Pas* Pittsburgh 256.5 123.0 133.5 Baltimore 257.0 74.0 183.0 Indianapolis 258.0 75.5 182.5 Buffalo 263.0 100.0 163.0 Cincinnati 265.0 159.0 106.0 Tennessee 285.5 80.5 205.0 New England 295.0 103.0 192.0 Houston 296.5 98.0 198.5 Denver 298.5 86.0 212.5 Kansas City 306.0 62.0 244.0 Jacksonville 306.5 82.5 224.0 Cleveland 332.0 205.0 127.0 New York Jets 351.5 173.5 178.0 Oakland 375.0 102.5 272.5 San Diego 386.0 164.0 222.0 Miami 390.0 74.0 316.0 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Quarterbacks AttCom Yds TD Int Bledsoe, But. 53 36 544 3 1 Brunell. Jac. 59 42 394 2 0 Fiedler, Mia. 51 31 417 4 2 , McNair, Ten. 62 40 407 3 1 iMaddox. Pit. ' 76 49 596 4 3 'Testaverde, NY-D,': 69 44 478 1 1 Gannon, Oak. 66 37 367 2 0 Green, K.C. 53 36 407 2 3 Manning, Ind. 64 41 384 1 2 Kitna, Gin. 78 45 567 2 4 Rushers Alt Yds A»» LG TD J. Lewis, Bal. 45 364 8.1 82t 3 Portis, Den. 36 249 6.9 58 2 Holmes, K.C. 44 207 4.7 311 5 B. Williams, Mia. 51194 3.8 22 1 James, Ind. 45 187 4.2 19 1 Taylor, Jac. 36 142 3.9 28 0 Green, Cle. 38 140 3.7 15 0 Tpmlinson, S.D. 29127 4.4 23 0 Mack, Hou. 40 120 3.0 13 0 Dillon, Cin. 33 118 3.6 18 1 Receivers No Yds Avg LG TD Mason. Ten. 20 197 9.9 19 1 Ward, Pit. 1823713.2 50 2 C. Johnson, Cin. 1422616.1 41t 1 [turrets. Pit. 13 231 17.B 47 1 Garner, Oak. 13 151 11.6 461 1 Warrick, Cin. 12 14011.7 30 1 Harrison, Ind. 12 103 8.6 35t 1 Moulds. Buf. 11 214 19.5 49 1 Chambers, Mia. 1120919.0571 2 Johnson, Hou. 1114713.4 28 0 Chrebet, NY-J 11 109 9.9 25 0 Punters No Yds LG Avg Moorman, Bjf. 6 323 71 53.8 Lechler, Oak. 13 678 65 52.2 Knorr, Den. 8 369 55 46.1 Hanson, Jac. 11 504 58 45.8 Miller, Pit. 10 447 57 44.7 J. Baker, K.C. 10 435 56 43.5 Bennett, S.D. 12 517 51 43.1 Gardocki, Cle. 11 453 50 41.2 Hentrich, Ten. 11 450 51 40.9 Stanley, Hou. 13 528 51 40.6 Punt Returners Ho Yds Avg LG TD E. Parker, S.D. 7 90 12.9 28 0 Hall, K.C. 7 85 12.1 45 0 Warrick, Cin. 5 59 11.8 27 0 McCareins, Ten, 8 92 11.5 33 0 Buchanon, Oak. 7 80 11.4 37 0 Pyatt, Ind. 4 43 10.8 21 0 Brown, N.E. 7 73 10.4 16 0 Moss, NY-J 4 38 9.5 26 0 Lewis. Jac. 5 45 9.0 14 0 BriBhttu), Bal. 9 76 8.4 44 0 Kickorf Returners No Yds Avg LG TD Hall, K.C. 6 218 36.3 1001 1 Morris, Buf. 3 94 31.3 52 0 Pyatt, Ind. 3 87 29.0 38 0 Moses, Hou. 5 139 27.8 70 0 Toefield, Jac. 4 109 27.3 35 0 Rantfle El, Pit. 5 132 26.4 29 0 Cola, Den. 5 124 24.8 34 0 Schifino, Ten. 6 141 23.5 39 0 C. Taylor, Bal. 6 139 23.2 29 0 Dwight, S.D. 10 230 23.0 32 0 Scoring/Touchdowns TDRusb Ree Rel Pts Henry, Bui. 55 0 0 30 Holmes, K.C. 5 50 0 30 J.Lewis. Bal. 3 3 0 0 18 Calico, Ten. 2 0 2 0 12 Chambers, Mia. 2 0 2 0 12 Fauria, N.E. 20 2 012 E. Parker, S.D. 20 2 012 Portis, Den. 22 0 0 12 Ward, Pit. 2 0 2 012 R. Williams. Mia. 2 1 1012 Scoring/Kicking . PAT FG L6 Pts Elam, Den. 7-7 6-6 51 25 Vanderjagt, Ind. 3-3 7-7 48 24 K. Brown, Hou. 1-1 6-8 50 19 Jartlkowski, Oak. 4-45-5 47 19 Htld, Pit. 6-64-4 51 18 Llndell, But. 9-92-2 44 15 M. Andersen, K.C.8- 92-2 46 14 Dawson, Cle. 1-1 4-4 44 13 Stover, Bal. 4-4 3-4 40 13 Graham, Cin. 3-3 3-3 31 12 NATIONAL CONFERENCE WEEK 2 TEAM STATISTICS TOTAL YARDAGE OFFENSE Yards Rush Pass Dallas 806 256 550 San Francisco 781 310 471 Washington 762 285 477 Minnesota 737 356 381 Tampa Bay 725 150 575 Arizona 720 188 532 New Orleans 651 206 445 New York Giants 645 202 443 Green Bay 636 262 374 St. Louis 633 128 505 Atlanta 601 197 404 Seattle 593 281 312 Detroit 554 122 432 Philadelphia 513 220 293 Carolina 500 293 207 Chicago 335 135 200 DEFENSE Yards Rush Pats San Francisco 405 143 262 Washington 441 156 285 Tampa Bay 503 292 211 Minnesota 512 142 370 New Orleans 528 226 302 Arizona 584 196 388 Dallas . 627 151 476 Green Bay 630 210 420 Philadelphia 637 152 485 Seattle 645 189 456 St. Louis 726 297 429 Carolina 728 135 593 New York Giants 758 147 611 Detroit 766 295 471 Chicago 791 364 427 Atlanta 838 274 564 AVERAGE PER GAME OFFENSE Yards Rush Pass Dallas 403.0 128.0 275.0 San Francisco 390.5 155.0 235.5 Washington 381.0 142.5 238.5 Minnesota 368.5 178.0 190.5 Tampa Bay 362.5 75.0 287.5 Arizona 360.0 94.0 266.0 New Orleans 325.5 103.0 222.5 New York Giants 322.5 101.0 221.5 Green Bay 318.0 131.0 187.0 St. Louis 316.5 64.0 252.5 Atlanta 300.5 98.5 202.0 Seattle 296.5 140.5 156.0 Detroit 277.0 61.0 216.0 Philadelphia 256.5 110.0 146.5 Carolina 250.0 146.5 103.5 Chicago 167.5 67.5 100.0 DEFENSE Yards Rush Pass San Francisco 202.5 71.5 131.0 Washington 220.5 78.0 142.5 Tampa Bay 251.5 146.0 105.5 Minnesota 256.0 71.0 185.0 New Orleans 264.0 113.0 151.0 Arizona 292.0 98.0 194.0 Dallas 313.5 75.5 238.0 Green Bay 315.0 105.0 210.0 Philadelphia 318.5 76.0 242.5 Seattle 322.5 94.5 228.0 St. Louis 363.0 148.5 214.5 Carolina 364.0 67.5 296.5 New York Giants 379.0 73.5 305.5 Detroit 383.0 147.5 235.5 Chicago 395.5 182.0 213.5 Atlanta 419.0 137.0 282.0 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Quarterbacks AttCom Yds TD Int Culpepper, Min. 56 35 409 5 0 Bulger, St.L 36 25 236 2 0 Hasselbeck, Sea. 42 20 312 4 0 Ramsey, Was. 62 42 541 3 1 Brooks, N.O. 74 47. 463 31 Garcia.-S.F. " 70 ^8 451 -'4 2 B. Johnson, T.B. 97 61 577 3 2 Warner, St.L : : 54 34 342 11 Carter, Dal. ' 72 40 589 12 Blake, Ariz 60 35 413 3 3 Rushers Alt Yds Avg LG TD Davis, Car. 55 253 4.6 20 0 Green, G.B. 38 213 5.6 65t 3 McAllister, N.O. 42 195 4.6 31 1 M. Williams, Min. 43188 4.4 17 1 Barber, NY-G 39 187 4.8 22 0 Alexander. Sea. 37159 4.3 15 2 Hearst, S.F. 22 145 6.6 36 1 Canidate, Was. 25135 5.4 22 0 Smith, Ariz 27 118 4.4 22 0 Hambrick, Dal. 37 113 3.1 12 0 Receivers No Yds Avg LG TD Boldin, Ariz 18 279 15.5 711 2 Horn, N.O. 17 19411.4 42 1 Coles, Was. 1628617.9 48 1 K. Johnson, T.B. 1518512.3 22 0 Bruce, St.L 14 183 13.1 26 0 Gardner, Was. 14 15010.7 35 1 Moss, Min. 13 17713.6 27 1 Holt, St.L 13 17513.5 37t 2 Owens, S.F. 12 154 12.8 26 1 McAllister. N.O. 12 51 4.3 13 0 Punters' No Ydi LG Avg Player. Ariz 8 379 64 47.4 Berger, N.O. 12 564 59 47.0 Tupa, T.B. 13 602 59 46.3 Sauerbrun. Car. 14 620 55 44.3 Feagles, NY-G 12 527 56 43.9 Mohr, All. 11 458 48 41.6 Rouen, Sea. 12 495 50 41.3 Latleur, S.F. 9 369 56 41.0 D. Johnson, Phi. 15 611 56 40.7 Maynard, Chi. 12 488 48 40.7 Punt Returners No Yds Avg LG TD S. Smith, Car. 9 168 18.7 52 0 Drummond, Del. 5 85 .17.0 57t 1 Engram, Sea. 6 75 12.5 27 0 Howry, Min. 3 36 12.0 35 0 Smith, Dal. 4 45 11.3 18 0 Rossum, All. 10 108 10.8 26 0 Westbrook, Phi. 4 29 7.3 180 Boldin, Ariz 4 25 6.3 14 0 Bruce, S.F. 4 24 6.0 18 0 Harris, St.L 6 36 6.0 13 0 Williams, T.B. 8 48 6.0 15 0 Kickotf Returners No Yds Avg LG TD Scobey, Ariz 5 152 30.4 52 0 Kasper, Ariz 5 136 27.2 37 0 Smart, Car. 4 104 25.0 43 0 Harris, St.L 10 254 25.4 42 0 Avery, Min. 5 125 25.0 34 0 M. Lewis, N.O. 5 125 25.0 37 0 Smith, Dal. 5 120 24.0 37 0 Westbrook, Phi. 8 192 24.0 47 0 Hossum, All. 8 188 23.5 52 0 Scoring/Touchdowns TDRnsb Ree Ret Pts Alexander, Sea. 3 2 1 0 18 Green, G.B. 33 0 0 18 Boldin, Ariz 2 0 2 012 Grumpier, Atl. 20 2 0 12 Duckelt, Atl. 2 2 0 0 12 Hearst, S.F. 2 1 1 0 12 Holt, St.L 2 0 2 0 12 Jackson, Sea. 20 2 0 12 Jureviclus, T.B. 20 2 012 Kleinsasser, Min. 2 0 2 0 12 C. Rogers, Det. 20 2012 Streets, S.F. 202012 Scorlm/KlckiM PAT FG LG Pis Chandler, S.F. 7-8 6-7 35 25 Cundilf. Dal. 3-4 7-9 52 24 Elling, Min. 6-6 4-5 46 18 J. Brown, Sea. 8-8 3-3 37 17 Bryant, NY-G 5-54-4 47 17 Hall, Was. 5-54-5 54 17 Feely, Atl. 7-7 3-4 37 16 Kasay, Car. 1-1 5-5 49 16 J. Wilkins, St.L 4-4 4-4 39 16 Hanson, Del. 6-62-2 52 12 Lonowell, G.B. 6-6 2-2 46 12 BUGS try to rebound in Atlanta The Tampa Bay BUGS will try to turn it around after getting two field goal attempts and an extra point blocked by Carolina ^ last week in a 12-9 overtime loss. WEEK 3 MATCHUP/PICK STORYLINE Tampa Bay (minus 31/2) at Atlanta BUGS, 19-10 Oakland (plus 5) at Denver (Won. night) BRONCOS. 24-20 Falcons are clearly wounded by the toss of Michael Vfck. As usual, the BUGS' offense isnt jnuch - just 26 points in two games, albeit against two very good defenses. But it's enough. Buffalo (plus 3) at Miami DOLPHINS. 20-19 ' Jake Plummer's separated right shoulder is better although he remains a question mark. In any case, Sieve Beuerlein is a capable backup. An important early-season NFL matchup thaf s a "prove if game for the Bills. St. Louis (plus 3) at Seattle SEAHAWKS, 24-20 Kurt Warner's heahhy but Marc Bulger is the Rams' QB. The Seahawks are good. N.Y Giants (plus 2 1/2) at Washington GIANTS, 31-27 _____ Kansas City (minus 7 1/2) at Houston CHIEFS, 21-7 The Redskins SHOULD be a heavier favorite -the Giants played a Monday night overtime game and have a questionable OL - even if Luke Petjgout comes back. Can the Chiefs play on the road they way they've played at home? New Orleans (plus 4 1/2) at Tennessee TITANS, 29-17 Steve McNair's dislocated finger probably won't keep him out. N.Y. Jets (plus 6 1/2) at New England PATRIOTS; 30-10 New England turned it on in Philly. The Jets turned it off when Chad Pennington went down. Jacksonville (plus 71/2) at Indianapolis COtTS, 33-19 The Cotts are the only playoff team from last season to start 2-0. Make it 3-0. HSU Pittsburgh (minus 41/2) at Cincinnati BENGALS, 23-22 The Bengals sometimes beat the Steeters. If s time for Marvin's first win. Minnesota (minus 31/2) at Detroit VIKINGS, 28-20 The NFC North is horrible. Cleveland (pius 7) at San Francisco 49ERS, 37-16 Maybe Garnson Hearst or Kevan Barlow w» run for 296 yards against the soft Browns'defense Green Bay (minus 71/2) at Arizona PACKERS, 41-10 Only a touchdown? Baltimore (pit*'em) at San Diego The Chargers are surrendering an average of 164 yards on the ground. Jamai again. \, '., WWENS, t9;«U - D*v» GoMberg/AP Football Writer Bell adjusts to his increased role By ALAN ROBINSON AP Sports Writer PITTSBURGH — Kendrell Bell must feel like he's starting over again. Bell, who made an immediate impact with the Pittsburgh Steel- ers as the NFLSs defensive rookie of the year in 2001, is still trying to get back to the level of play he sustained for a full season two years ago. What's complicating matters is he's now a full-time player on defense, learning a new role designed to take advantage of his pass-rush abilities and keep him on the field on critical plays. Bell, whose production declined during an injury-hampered season a year ago, formerly played only as an inside linebacker on first and second downs, staying out on third down only during short-yardage situations. Last year, Steelers coach Bill Cowher talked of trying to find a way to keep the potentially disruptive Bell on the field on third downs. He made up his mind to do exactly that after the Steelers repeatedly gave up big-yardage plays in passing situations, during a season they allowed 260 yards passing or more nine times. Now, Bell plays as the right rush end when the Steelers bring in two extra defensive backs and Kendrell Bell primarily played on the first and second down his first two seasons. (Gazette file photo) switch to a 4-1-6 dime configuration on passing downs. The plan is designed to utilize Bell's pass- rushing abilities and shut down plays before the quarterback can locate an open receiver. Bell made an interception during the Steelers' 34-15 victory over Baltimore on Sept. 7, but has only seven tackles and no sacks in two games. Two years ago, he had nine sacks, plus another during the playoffs. He was limited to four sacks last year as an ankle injury slowed him until late in the season. Still, his play has not disappointed Cowher. "He's doing well. He's having a good year," Cowher said. "Sometimes, it's learning. It's like he's a rookie out there on third down. I think he's just getting more comfortable with more repetition." The biggest adjustment is, as the rush end, Bell must try to get around left tackles who outweigh him as much as 100 pounds. That's a significant adjustment for the 240-pound Bell, who, at inside linebacker, takes advantage of the room that 320-pound nose tackle Casey Hampton clears up the middle for him. Bell acknowledges it's taking some time to adjust from being a standup linebacker to a down lineman who rushes off the end. During training camp, he estimated it might take until mid- season until he got comfortable. "It will take some time to figure out what guys can do and cannot do," he said. The Steelers are hoping All-Pro linebacker Joey Porter's return to the lineup Sunday in Cincinnati could speed up Bell's adjustment. Porter missed the first two games with a gunshot wound, but has made a quick recovery and practiced all week. "He knows he's ready to play," Cowher said. The Steelers (1-1) swept last year's season series from the Bengals (0-2), but have lost to them four times during the last five seasons. Eagles giving fans reasons to jeer By ROB MAADDI AP Sports Writer PHILADELPHIA — Disappointed by past playoff failures and disgruntled with a terrible start, Eagles fans quickly have turned on their team after just two games. The booing doesn't sit well with some of the players, who figured consecutive trips to the NFC championship game earned them a longer grace period in Philadelphia. "I am very surprised," wide receiver Todd Pinkston said. "I would say justbepatientwithus. We've got some kinks to work out, but good things are going to happen for us." The first boos were heard at halftime of the season opener against Tampa Bay. The Eagles trailed 3-0 on their way to a 17-0 loss in the first regular-season game at the new Lincoln Financial Field. Fans had waited five months for the rematch of last year's NFC title game only to see a woeful performance from their team before a national audience on the Monday night game. Some hoped a victory in the opener would help erase the bitter memory of the 27-10 loss to the Buccaneers last January that ended the city's Super Bowl dreams. Instead, it was just another letdown. "What are we supposed to do when they stink? Cheer them? No way," said Michael Lardi, who paid a ticket agency more than $150 for a seat that sells for $55. In last week's 31-10 loss to the New England Patriots, the -booing started early and continued throughout the game. When Donovan McNabb threw a deep pass that fell incomplete, the crowd cheered sarcastically because McNabb has been reluctant to make long throws. Then in the third quarter, fans started chanting "AJ." for third- string quarterback AJ. Feeley, who led the Eagles to a 4-1 record when McNabb was injured last season. After the game, one fan threw a water bottle at McNabb as he walked off the field. "We are giving it 100 percent. We come out here and we're not saying, 'We should have done this, we should have done that.' We're leaving it all on the field," wide receiver Freddie Mitchell said. "You are saying they are booing out of frustration. You don't think we are frustrated to feed our kids. You've got to go out and assess the whole thing. It's not that easy." It's not easy being an Eagles fan, either. This franchise hasn't won a championship since 1960. They've been to one Super Bowl, losing to the Oakland Raiders in 1981. They've had 24 losing seasons since winning the NFL title 43 years ago. But this is a football town filled with passionate, knowledgeable fans who love their Eagles. They pay for personal seat licenses, endure restrictions on bringing hoagies to the stadium and seS out the games, whether they're playing, in Veterans Stadium or • the line. So when the team isn't performing up to its expectations, they're going to hear boos. "We want them to win so bad you'd think we were the ones get- ting paid to play," said Frank lanucci, an 11-year season-ticket holder. "We love this team. We bleed green. But if they aren't playing well, we're not going to sit on our hands. "This isn't San Diego or the West Coast. It's Philly. We love our teams and we're vocal about it win or lose." Eagles fans are notorious for abusing visiting teams, and are considered by many players around the league to be the most hostile fans in the NFL. They're best known for once booing Santa Claus, but some claim he deserved it because he appeared to be drunk. They cheered the temporary paralysis of Dallas receiver Michael Irvin, but fans justify it, saying he was arrogant, flamboyant and played for the hated Cowboys. Because of the way the Eagles have played in their first two games, they've received boos from long-suffering fans who are starved for a championship. At least the Eagles won't hear boos this week, though. They have a bye. McCardell to appeal fine for illegal block By The Associated Press TAMPA, Fla. — Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Keenan McCardell was fined $12,500 by the NFL for two illegal blocks, including one that sidelined Carolina lineman Kavika Pittman for the rest of the season. Briefs cited by the league for using an illegal crack- back block on a running play during the first quarter of the Buccaneers' 12-9 overtime loss to the Panthers last Sunday. McCardell said Friday • the blocks were legal and he has filed an appeal of the fine. "The one on Kavika Pittman wasn't a high-low," he said. "I really wasn't trying to hurt anybody. My intent is not to hurt anybody out on that field like that with an illegal block. "They know it's a cut-off block. Most receivers cut off the end of the line of scrimmage. It just happened that way. My regrets go out to him, but I was not trying to hurt him." Pittman tore the anterior and medial collateral ligaments in his left knee when McCardell blocked him during overtime. The defensive end will spend the rest of the season on injured reserve. Some of "the Panthers complained about the block on Pittman after the game, and it was one of several plays that Carolina coach John Fox asked the league to review. Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden declined to comment on whether the blocks were legal. "All I know is,we're remorseful that a player got injured," Gruden said. "We take a lot of pride here in playing within the rules. Obviously, for Kavika Pittman we're all concerned. We hate to see that." Northcutt might sit out BEREA, Ohio — Struggling Cleveland Browns quarterback Kelly Holcomb could be without favorite target Dennis Northcutt against San Francisco on Sunday. The speedy wide receiver hurt his chest during the Browns' opener against Indianapolis then aggravated the injury this week during practice. The Browns have listed him as questionable for tomorrow's game. Northcutt leads Cleveland's receivers with 10 catches for 119 yards. His absence would put further strain on an offense trying to es- tablish itself after scoring just one touchdown in two games. The Browns also said Friday that rookie cornerback Michael Lehan, who has a hamstring injury, will miss Sunday's game. Colvin out for season FOXBORO, Mass. — New Eng^ land Patriots linebacker Rosevelt Colvin will miss the rest of the season after surgery Friday on his broken left hip, further depleting New England's defense. . Colvin was hurt early in the second quarter of last Sunday's 31-10 win at .Philadelphia when he recovered a rumble by Donovan McNabb. Colvin was replaced by Willie McGinest, who had two sacks. Colvin, an important offseason acquisition, led the Chicago Bears with 10V4 sacks each of the last two seasons.

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