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THE SALINA JOURNAL FOOTBALL MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1996 B3 V NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA • Indianapolis 5 1 0 .833 115 87 Buffalo 4 2 0 .667 79 95 Miami 4 2 0 .667 140 86 ; New England 3 3 0 .500 147 131 NVjets 0 7 0 .000 92 187 ' Central P'rttsburgh 5 1 0 .833 131 80 ; Houston 4 2 0 .667 151 130 , Jacksonville 340 .429 137 136 , Baltimore 2 4 0 .333 125 156 • Cincinnati 1 5 0 .167 107 132 West ; Denver 5 1 0 .833 144 93 , Kansas City 420 .667 117 92 . San Diego 420 .667 145 144 .' Oakland .340 .429 156 134 1 Seattle 2 4 0 .333 93 153 ! NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet PF PA 1 Washington 5 1 0 .833 130 78 Philadelphia 420 .667 125 121 !! Dallas 330 .500 104 79 , Arizona 2 4 0 .333 85 148 NY Giants 2 4 0 .333 68 116 Central Green Bay 510 .833 204 72 Minnesota 520 .714 127 116 Detroit 430 .571 162 124 Chicago 250 .286 104 152 Tampa Bay 1 5 0 .167 69 139 West San Francisco 4 1 0 .800 135 62 Carolina 420 .687 145 84 New Orleans 2 5 0 .286 114 161 St. Louis 1 5 0 .167 88 171 Atlanta 0 6 0 .000 95 175 Sunday's results Dallas 17, Arizona 3 New Orleans 27, Chicago 24 Pittsburgh 20, Cincinnati 10 Houston 23, Atlanta 13 Miami 21, Buffalo 7 Tampa Bay 24, Minnesota 13 Jacksonville 21, NY Jels 17 Carolina 45, St. Louis 13 Washington 27, New England 22 Oakland 37, Detroit 21 Philadelphia 19, NY Giants 10 Indianapolis 26, Baltimore 21 Open date: Denver, Kansas City, San Diego, Seattle Monday's game San Francisco at Green Bay, 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 Seattle at Kansas City, 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20 Atlanta at Dallas, Noon Miami at Philadelphia, Noon New England at Indianapolis, Noon New Orleans at Carolina, Noon NY Giants at Washington, Noon Baltimore at Denver, 3 p.m. Buffalo at NY Jets, 3 p.m. Cincinnati at San Francisco, 3 p.m. Jacksonville at St. Louis, 3 p.m. Pittsburgh at Houston, 3 p.m. Tampa Bay at Arizona, 3 p.m. Open date: Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Minnesota Monday, Oct. 21 Oakland at San Diego, 8 p.m. NFL summaries PANTHERS 45, RAMS 13 StL Car First downs 15 21 Rushes-yards 20-78 42-184 Passing 141 177 Punt Returns 0-0 6-80 Klckoff Returns 7-144 3-135 Interceptions Ret. 1-22 2-52 •Comp-Att-int 19-36-2 11-18-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 5-52 2-19 Punts 7-44.3 1-46.0 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 3-35 3-15 Time of Possession 26:17 33:43 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-St. Louis, Phillips 13-54, Robinson 2-12, Banks 2-8, Green 2-2, Martin 1-2. Carolina, Johnson 22-126, Philyaw 9-22, Ismail 1-17, Hoard 4-11, Oliver 5-6, Collins 1-2. PASSING—St. Louis, Banks 15-29-1-163, Martin 4-7-1-30. Carolina, Collins 11-18-1-196. RECEIVING—St. Louis, Kennlson 8-93, Green 4-6, Bruce 3-34, Conwell 2-24, Ross !• 28, Harris 1-8. Carolina, Walls 5-68, Griffith 2 31, Johnson 2-14, Muhammad 1-54, Oliver 1< 29: MISSED FIELD GOALS—Carolina, Kasay 50, '51. SCORING SUMMARY St Louis 0 13 0 0—13 Carolina 14 14 10 7-45 First Quarter Car—Walls 9 pass from Collins (Kasay kick), 6:07. Car—Greene 66 fumble return (Kasay kick), 13:42. Second Quarter Car—Muhammad 54 pass Irom Collins (Kasay kick), 8:56. StL—Parker 22 Interception return (Lohmiller kick), 12:35. Car—Bates 93 kickoff return (Kasay kick), 13:01. StL— Kennison 12 pass from Banks (kick failed), 14:03. Third Quarter Car—FG Kasay 22,10:08. Car—Walls 19 pass from Collins (Kasay kick), 14:51. Fourth Quarter Car—Philyaw 2 run (Kasay kick), 11:04. A—70,535. RAIDERS 37, LIONS 21 Del Oak Rrst downs 23 20 Rushes-yards 13-83 29-124 Passing 333 295 Punt Returns 3-17 5-1 Klckoff Returns 5-119 4-93 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 2-2 Comp-Att-int 31-50-2 27-38-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-10 0-0 Punts 5-40.2 5-37.8 • Fumbles-Lost 1-0 3-0 Penalties-Yards 6-45 8-64 Time of Possession 23:45 36:15 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Detroit, Sanders 9-36, Rivers 1 16, Mitchell 3-11. Oakland, Aska 16-44 Hosteller 4-44, Kaufman 7-21, T.Brown 2-16. PASSING—Detroit, Mitchell 31-50-2-343 Oakland, Hosteller 27-38-0-295. RECEIVING—Detroit, Moore 10-109, Morton 8-109, Perrlman 7-75, Metzelaars 3-15 Sanders 2-16, Rivers M9. Oakland, Jett 7-112 T.Brown 4-41, Hobbs 4-33, Davlson 4-21, Kauf man 3-14, Aska 3-5, Dudley 2-69. MISSED FIELD GOALS-None. SCORING SUMMARY Detroit 0 0 21 0—21 Oakland 7 13 14 3—37 First Quarter 10ak—Jett 4 pass from Hosletle; (Ford kick) ' 8:24. Second Quarter Oak—FG Ford 29,1:53. Oak—FG Ford 23,11:08. Oak—Kaufman 10 pass from Hosteler (Ford kick), 14:33. Third Quarter Oak-^Jett 58 pass from Hosteller (Ford kick), 1:38. Oak—Dudley 62 pass from Hosteller (Ford kick). 5:19. Del—Moore 11 pass from Mitchell (Hanson kick), 7:09. Del—Moore 6 pass from Mitchell (Hanson kick), 10:36. Del—Morton 19 pass from Mitchell (Hanson kick), 15:00. Fourth Quarter Oak—FG Ford 33,13:14. A—50,037. COLTS 26, RAVENS 21 Bal Ind First downs 20 15 Rushes-yards 23-112 38-123 'asslng 213 132 Punt Returns 3-25 2-20 <tekotf Returns 6-134 4-102 ntercepllons Ret. 0-0 1-68 Comp-Att-int 17-30-1 9-15-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-22 4-23 Punts 5-43.8 5-43.8 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 6-35 6-48 Time of Possession 25:58 34:02 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Baltimore, Byner 19-79, Tes- taverde 2-27, Gardner 2-6. Indianapolis, Grace 11-55, Faulk 19-44, Harbaugh 6-21, Workman 2-3. PASSING—Baltimore, Testaverde 17-30-1235. Indianapolis, Harbaugh 9-15-0-155. RECEIVING—Baltimore, Alexander 5-96, Jackson 3-46, Byner 3-37, Bishop 2-22, Williams 2-7, Lewis 1-19, Kinchen 1-8. Indianapolis, Bailey 2-53, Dawkins 2-21, Stableln 130, Faulk 1-21, Harrison 1-20, Grace 1-7, Dllger 1-3. MISSED FIELD GOALS-None. SCORING SUMMARY Baltimore 077 7—21 Indianapolis 3 10 7 6—26 First Quarter Ind-FG Blanchard 27,6:57. Second Quarter Ind—Slablein 30 pass from Harbaugh (Blanchard kick), 1:16. Bal—Alexander 23 pass from Testaverde (Stover kick), 6:58. Ind—FG Blanchard 30, 3:21. Drive: 9 plays, 57 yards, 11:39. Third Quarter Bal—Alexander 5 pass from Testaverde (Stover kick), 6:45. Ind—Faulk 1 run (Blanchard kick), 13:44. Fourth Quarter Ind—Herrod 68 Interception return (pass failed), :53. Bal—Williams 3 pass from Testaverde (Stover kick), 10:51. A—56,978. COWBOYS 17, CARDINALS 3 Art Dal Rrst downs 14 22 Rushes-yards 22-58 29-125 Passing 120 199 Punt Returns 3-18 3-42 Klckoff Returns 4-66 2-54 Interceptions Ret. 1-0 1-0 Comp-Att-Int 16-31-1 23-37-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 3-21 0-0 Punts 7-42.6 5-49.8 Fumbles-Lost OX) 0-0 Penalties-Yards 2-20 3-28 Time of Possession 27:05 32:55 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Arizona, Centers 5-24, L.John- son 14-21, Graham 3-13. Dallas, E.Smlth 21112, S.Williams 3-9, Johnston 3-6, Alkman 2-(2). PASSING—Arizona, Graham 16-31-1-141. Dallas, Aikman 23-37-1-199. RECEIVING—Arizona, Centers 8-40, Moore 3-45, Carter 3-39, F.Sanders 2-17. Dallas, In/In 5-51, B|omson 5-49, D.Sanders 4-42, E.Smlth 4-10, Johnston 3-17, Martin 1-25, Walker 1-5. MISSED FIELD GOALS-None. SCORING SUMMARY Arizona 0003— 3 Dallas 037 7—17 Second Quarter Dal-FG Boniol 23,14:55. Third Quarter Dal—E.Smith 3 run (Boniol kick), 13:31. Fourth Quarter Art—FG Davis 49,9:11. Dal—E.Smith 13 run (Boniol kick), 12:57. A—64,096. OILERS 23, FALCONS 13 Hou All First downs 16 20 Rushes-yards 27-121 16-55 Passing 199 268 Punt Returns 1-0 0-0 Kickoff Returns 1-18 6-120 Interceptions Ret. 2-55 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 14-23-0 31-46' Sacked-Yards Lost 2-5' 1-11 Punts 3-45.0 6-31.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 6-44 7-50 Time of Possession 30:07 29:53 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Houston, George 23-109, McNali 2-9, Chandler 2-3. Atlanta, Anderson 13-45 Heyward2-8,Hebert1-2. PASSING-Houston, Chandler 9-13*146 McNalr 5-10-0-58. Atlanta, Hebert 31-46-2-279 RECEIVING—Houston, Sanders 4-100 Wycheck 4-42, Davis 3-25, Russell 2-23 George 1-14. Atlanta, Preston 9-69, Mathls 6 36, Brown 4-65, Scott 4-32, Anderson 3-53 He/ward 3-14, Metcalf 2-10. MISSED FIELD GOALS—Houston, Del Gre co 51. SCORING SUMMARY Houston 737 6-23 Atlanta 000 13—13 First Quarter Hou—Sanders 62 pass from Chandler (De Greco kick), 14:04. Second Quarter Hou—FG Del Greco 27,5:14. Third Quarter Hou—McNalr 10 run (Del Greco kick), 8:33. Fourth Quarter Hou—FG Del Greco 35, :07. All—Mathls 3 pass from Hebert (Andersen kick), 4:33. Hou—FG Del Greco 33,7:23. All—Mathls 1 pass from Hebert (pass failed) 13:04. A—35,401. JAGUARS 21, First downs Rushes-yards Passing Punt Returns Klckoff Returns Interceptions Ret. Comp-Att-Int Sacked-Yards Lost Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time ol Possession JETS 17 NYJ 24 30-91 276 5-43 5-111 0-0 23-44-2 0-0 4-48.5 1-0 3-25 33:03 Jax 10 23-72 217 2-; 4-134 2-12 14-23-0 5-31 7-39.3 2-0 15-123 26:57 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—New York, Murrell 21-49, Anderson 7-38, Reich 1-8, Ballsy 1-(-4). Jacksonville, Stewart 12-55, Means 6-14, Brunell 5-3 PASSING—New York, Reich 23-43-2-276, Foley 0-1-0-0. Jacksonville, Brunell 14-23-0248. RECEIVING—New York, Chrebet 12-162, Van Dyke 4-28, Anderson 3-24, Bailey 2-23, Brady 1-25, Murrell 1-14. Jacksonville, Smith 5135, McCardell 4-38, Stewart 2-9, Jackson 141, Mitchell 1-17, Means 1-8. MISSED FIELD GOALS—New York, Lowery 36. SCORING SUMMARY NY Jets 770 3—17 Jscktonvllls 3 11 7 0—21 First Quarter Jax—FGHollls35,1:35. NYJ—Murrell 14 pass to Reich (Lowery kick), 8:17. Second Quarter NYJ—Chrebet 12 pass Irom Reich (Lowery kick), :08. Jax—FG Hollis 40,7:33. Jax—Smith 15 pass from Brunell (McCardell aass from Brunell), 13:09. Third Quarter Jax—Jackson 41 pass Irom Brunell (Hollis kick), 8:41. Fourth Quarter NYJ—FG Lowery 20,4:01. A—65,699. DOLPHINS 21, BILLS 7 Mia But First downs 15 17 Rushes-yards 32-63 25-105 Passing 176 191 Punt Returns 1-0 3-28 Klckoff Returns 2-39 4-94 Interceptions Ret. 3-102 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 14-29-0 21-32-3 Sacked-Yards Lost 3-16 7-56 Punts 8-47.9 7-47.1 Fumbles-Losl 0-0 1-1 Penalties-Yards 4-20 8-48 Time of Possession 30:51 29:09 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Miami, Abdul-Jabbar 25-37, Prilchett 1-16, Spikes 3-6, Kldd 1-3, Erickson 11, McDuffie 1-0. Buffalo, T.Thomas 16-85, Holmes 8-17, Early 1-3. PASSING—Miami, Erickson 14-29-0-192. Buffalo, Kelly 21-32-3-247. RECEIVING—Miami, Hill 4-94, Abdul-Jabbar 3-30, Draylon 3-27, McDuffie 2-26, McPhall 215. Buffalo, Reed 10-134, Early 3-52, Holmes 223, Moulds 2-17, Johnson 2-14, Copeland 1-4, T.Thomas 1-3. MISSED FIELD GOALS—Miami, Nedney 33. SCORING SUMMARY Miami 077 7—21 Buffalo 0070—7 Second Quarter Mia—Abdul-Jabbar 3 run (Nedney kick), 5:00. Third Quarter Mia—Spikes 1 run (Nedney kick), 10:46. Buf—Thomas 19 run (Christie kick), 14:12. Fourth Quarter Mia—Buckley 91 Interception return (Nedney kick), 14:13. A—79,642. SAINTS 27, BEARS 24 Chi NO First downs 18 23 Rushes-yards 28-105 34-205 Passing 222 218 Punt Returns 1-1 3-28 Klckoff Returns 4-99 4-117 Interceptions Ret. 1-0 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 19-284 22-31-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-25 1-5 Punts 5-43.8 1-43.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 5-3 Penalties-Yards 7-43 6-35 Time ol Possession 28:29 31:31 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Chicago, Salaam 14-40, Carter 6-37, Hicks 7-28, Conway 1-0. New Orleans, Zellars 20-174, Neal 4-16, Whittle) 2-12, Everett 4-2, Bates 4-1. PASSING-Chicago, Krieg 19-28-0-247. New Orleans, Everett 22-31-1-223. RECEIVING—Chicago, Conway 7-111, Tlmp- son 5-52, Wetnlght 2-48, Carter 2-12, Engram 1-22, Salaam 1-1, Spears 1-1. New Orleans, Small 8-59,1.Smlth 4-48, Haynes 4-39, Lusk 219, Jeffires 2-18, Whittle 2-4, DeRamus 1-28, Zellars 1-8. MISSED FIELD GOALS—Chicago, Jaeger 32. SCORING SUMMARY Chicago 3 14 7 0—24 New Orleans 0 7 10 10—27 First Quarter Chi—FG Jaeger 28,10:59. Second Quarter Chi—Conway 18 pass from Krieg (Jaeger kick), 3:33. NO—DeRamus 28 pass from Everett (Brier kick), 7:47. Chi—Spears 1 pass form Krieg (Jeager kick) 14:37. Third Quarter NO—FG Brian 34,4:06. NO—Haynes 5 pass from Everett (Brien kick) 7:56. Chi—Conway 53 pass from Krieg (Jaege kick), 9:33. Fourth Quarter NO—Zellars 3 run (Brien kick), 4:48. NO—FG Brien 54,13:16. A—43,512. EAGLES 19, GIANTS 10 Phi NYG Rrst downs 17 Rushes-yards 35-140 23- 87 Passing 164 63 Punt Returns 3-31 5-96 Klckoff Returns 2-42 5-79 Interceptions Rel. 1-0 0-0 Comp-Atl-Int 18-33-0 11-25- Sacked-Yards Lost 1-6 8-4: Punts 7-44.0 9-44.2 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-1 Penalties-Yards 5-39 6-40 Time of Possession 33:22 26:38 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Philadelphia, Walters 27-110 Gamer 2-16, Detmer 4-14, Turner 2-0. New York, Hampton 17-60, Brown 3-16, Wheatley 3 11. PASSING—Philadelphia, Detmer 18-33-0 170. NewYork, Brown 11-25-1-105 RECEIVING—Philadelphia, Fryer 6-73, Jones 5-54, Seay 2-23, Walters 2-8, Turner 2-5, Dunn 1-7. New York, Calloway 3-44, Lewis 3-32 Wheatley 3-23, Way 2-6. MISSED FIELD GOALS—None. SCORING SUMMARY Philadelphia 033 13—19 NYGIanti 370 0—10 First Quarter NYG—FG Dalulso 39,8:52. • Second Quarter Phl-FG Anderson 39,3:19. NYG—Toomer 65 punt return (Dalulso kick) 8:18. Third Quarter Phi—FG Anderson 46,11:33. Fourth Quarter Phi—FG Anderson 45,0:59. Phi—FG Anderson 29.12:48. Phi—W.Thomas 23 fumble return (Anderson kick), 13:09. A—72,729. STEELERS 20, BENGALS 10 Cln Pit First downs 20 17 Rushes-yards 23-94 32-124 "'asslng 163 182 'unt Returns 2-5 4-32 (Ickoff Returns 4-75 3-55 nterceptions Ret. 2-0 1-4 Comp-Att-Int 23-30-1 14-28-2 Sacked-Yards Lost 10-66 0-0 'unts 6-47.5 4-42.8 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 7-58 4-27 Time of Possession 32:41 27:19 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Cincinnati, Hearst 14-51, Ble- nlemy 3-16, Blake 4-14, Carter 2-13. Pittsburgh, Bettls 28-109, Pegram 2-13, Tomczak 2-2. PASSING—Cincinnati, Blake 23-30-1-229. Pittsburgh, Tomczak 14-28-2-182. RECEIVING—Cincinnati, Pickens 9-81, Scott fr-59, McGee 3-37, Bleniemy 2-29, Cothran 217, Dunn 1-6. Pittsburgh, Hastings 7-85, Pegram 3-19, C.Johnson 2-47, Stewart 2-31. MISSED FIELD GOALS—None. SCORING SUMMARY Cincinnati 003 7—10 Pittsburgh 307 10—20 First Quarter Pit—FG N.Johnson 33,6:05. Third Quarter Cln—FGPelfrey19, 7:57. Pit—Stewart 32 pass from Tomczak (N Johnson kick), 9:57. Fourth Quarter Pit—FG Johnson 22, 3:25. Pit—Woodson 42 fumble return (N.Johnson kick), 11:31. Cin—Pickens 3 pass from Blake (Pelfrey kick), 13:40. A—58,875. BUCS 24, VIKINGS 13 Mln TB First downs 17 20 Rushes-yards 21-139 31-76 Passing 255 208 Punt Returns 3-5 1-11 Klckoff Returns 3-57 2-42 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-24 Comp-Att-Int 22-34-1 22-35-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 3-22 1-10 Punts 3-48.3 6-44.8 Fumbles-Lost 3-2 0-0 Penalties-Yards 8-92 3-30 Time of Possession 28:29 31:31 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Minnesota, R.Smilh 18-133, Lee 1-7, Evans 1-0, Moon 1-(-1). Tampa Bay, R,Brooks 20-45, Alston 8-16, Oilier 1-8, Ellison 2-7. PASSING—Minnesota, Moon 22-34-1-277. Tampa Bay, Dilfer 22-35-0-218. RECEIVING—Minnesota, Reed 5-89, Lee 532, Carter 3-63, Jordan 3-23, Ismail 2-48, Walsh 2-15, Palmer 1-4, DeLong 1-3. Tampa Bay, R.Thomas 5-73, Harris 5-38, Hawkins 5-33, Alstot! 3-33, Harper 2-22, Ellison 2-19. MISSED FIELD GOALS—Minnesota, Sisson 44; Tampa Bay. Rusted 31. SCORING SUMMARY Minnesota 703 3—13 Tampa Bay 007 17—24 First Quarter Mln—Smith 26 run (Sisson kick), 14:31. Third Quarter TB—R.Thomas 31 pass from Dliler (Husted kick), 8:31. Min—FG Sisson 33,11:35. Fourth Quarter TB—Alstott 12 pass from Dilfer (Husted kick), 1:06. TB—R.Thomas 11 pass from Dilfer (Husted kick), 5:41. Min—FG Sisson 32,11:22. TB—FG Husted 35,14:17. A—32,175. REDSKINS 27, PATRIOTS 22 Was NE First downs 22 23 Rushes-yards 32-108 23-177 Passing 278 205 Punt Returns 1-11 4-23 Klckoff Returns 5-106 5-100 Interceptions Ret. 1-16 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 18-34-0 23-48-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-4 2-17 Punts 5-44.2 2-47.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-0 Penalties-Yards 10-99 4-24 Time of Possession 29:25 30:35 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Washington, Allen 26-71, Shepherd 2-31, Mitchell 3-7, Frerotte 1-(-1). New England, Martin 17-164, Meggett 2-5, Glenn 15, Gash 1-2, Bledsoe2-1. PASSING—Washington, Frerotte 18-33-0280, Mitchell 0-1-0-0. New England, Bledsoe 23-48-1-222. RECEIVING—Washington, Ellard 8-152, Logan 4-63, Asher 3-37, Shepherd 2-18, Allen 110. New England, Glenn 7-84, Coates 5-34, Jefferson 4-69, Meggett 3-21, Gash 2-11, Brown 1 • 9, Martin 1-(-6). MISSED FIELD GOALS—Washington, Blanton 48. New England, Vlnatleri 43. SCORING SUMMARY Washington 3 7 14 3—27 New England 6100 6—22 First Quarter NE—FG Vinatieri 24, 7:14. Was-FG Blanton 21,12:25. NE—FG Vinatieri 35,14:42. Second Quarter Was—Shepherd 32 run (Blanton kick), 1:56. NE—Martin 3 run (Vinatieri kick), 4:19. NE—FG Vinatieri 29,10:52. Third Quarter Was—Asher 13 pass from Frerotte (Blanton kick), 4:32. Was—Ellard 14 pass from Frerotte (Blanton kick), 8:42. Fourth Quarter NE—Martin 2 run (run failed), 9:27. Was—FG Blanton 24,14:04. A—59,638. NFL today SCOREBOARD Monday, Oct. 14 San Francisco (4-1) at Green Bay (5-1), 8 p.m. CDT. The two most potent offenses match up in premier game ol season. Minors QB Steve Young's status uncertain with groin pull. The Packers' Brett Favre has 20 TD passes, and their 34 points per game Is on track to break NFL season record of 544 points. STREAKS Dallas won Its 12th straight vs. Arizona... Miami snapped an eight-game slide with Dan Marino not at quarterback ... Jerome Bettis, Steelers, had 109 yards rushing for his fifth consecutive 100-yard game. The Steelers have won five straight since an opening loss... Washington also has won five In a row... Terry Allen, Redskins, for the first time In 11 games didn't run for a touchdown ... Atlanta has lost six straight at the start of a season for the first time since 1985 ... The Jels have lost 11 straight over two seasons... The Jaguars had a play go for at least 30 yards lor the seventh straight game, matching their total of last year. COLLEGE STANDINGS Big 12 standings BIO 12 CONFERENCE North Division Conference All Garnet W L W L Colorado 20 41 Nebraska 20 41 Kansas State 21 61 Kansas 11 32 Iowa Stale 11 23 Missouri 03 24 South Division Conference All Game* W L W U Texas Tech 31 42 Texas 21 33 TexasA&M 11 33 Oklahoma 11 14 Baylor 02 32 Oklahoma Stale 03 33 Saturday'* raiult* Texas A&M 24, Iowa Stale 21; Texas Tech 30, Kansas 17: Kansas Slate 35, Missouri 10; Nebraska 49, Baylor 0; Oklahoma 30, Texas 27 (ot); Colorado 35, Oklahoma Slate 13. Next week'* game* Colorado at Kansas, 11:30 a.m.; Iowa Stale at Oklahoma State, 2 p.m.; Nebraska al Texas Tech, ?:30 p.m.; Kansas Slate al Texas A&M, 6 p.m.; Oklahoma at Baylor, 6 p.m. KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference AIIQamei W L W L Bethany 30 31 Southwestern 30 31 Friends 30 32 Bethel 31 32 Kansas Wesleyan 22 23 McPherson 13 14 Sterling 13 14 Tabor 03 06 Ottawa 04 05 Saturday's result* Kansas Wesleyan 26, Sterling 6; Friends 63, McPherson 6; Southwestern 29, Ottawa 7; Bethany 64, Bethel 14; Northwestern Oklahoma 1, Tabor 0 (forfeit). Next week's gam** Friends at Bethel, 1:30 p.m.; Southwestern at McPherson, 1:30 p.m.; Sterling at Bethany, 1:30 p.m.; Tabor al Ottawa, 1:30 p.m.; Kansas Wesleyan at Colorado College, 2:30 p.m. RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference AIIQamei W L W L Chadron State 40 60 Nebraska-Kearney 31 33 Fort Lewis 21 32 Western State 21 2-4 Mesa State 22 24 Fort Hays State 12 32 Adams Stale 12 33 New Mexico Highlands 13 33 Colorado Mines 04 16 Saturday'* rosult* Nebraska-Kearney 42, Fort H4ys Slate, 14; Western State 41, Adams Slate 23; Chadron State 32, New Mexico Highlands 21; Mesa State 36, Colorado Mines 6. Next week'* game* Colorado Mines at Adams State, 2 p.m.; Peru State, Neb. al Chadron Slate, 2 p.m.; Fort Lewis at New Mexico Highlands, 2 p.m.; Fort Hays State at Western State, 2 p.m.; Nebraska-Kearney at Mesa State, 2 p.m. MIAA standings MID-AMERICA INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION Conference All Games W L W L Northwest Missouri 40 60 Missouri Southern 4060 Pittsburg Slate 31 32 Emporta State 31 33 Missouri Western 22 33 Washbum 22 23 Truman State 22 24 Central Missouri 04 24 Mlssouri-Rolla 04 24 Southwest Baptist 04 06 Saturday'* results Northwest Missouri 62, Truman Stale 22; Missouri Western 38, Pittsburg State 26; Emporta State 62, Missouri-Rota 20; Washburn 23, Central Missouri 7; Missouri Southern 45, Southwest Next week's game* Emporta State at Southwest Baptist, 1:30 p.m.; Washbum at Mlssouri-Rolla, 1:30 p.m.; Central Missouri at Truman State, 2 p.m.; Missouri Western al Northwest Missouri, 2 p.m.; Missouri Southern al Pitlsburg State, 7 p.m. HOA standings HEART OF AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Evangel 40 40 Qraceland 40 41 Benedictine 31 41 The Associated Press Dallas Cowboys running back Emmltt Smith breaks free from the Arizona Cardinals defense for a fourth-quarter touchdown Sunday. Smith scored twice in the Cowboys' 17-3 victory at Texas Stadium. Smith sparks Cowboys MldAmerlca Nazarene 31 41 Baker 3. 1 32 Culver-Stockton 23 23 Central Methodist 13 23 Missouri Valley 13 14 William Jewell 04 14 Undenwood 06 15 Saturday's results Benedictine 49, Undenwood 30; Evangel 22, MidAmerica Nazarene 21; Baker 30, William Jewell 27; Graceland 34, Central Methodist 20; Culver-Stockton 42, Missouri Valley 14. Next week'* games Benedictine at MidAmerica Nazarene, 1:30 p.m.; Undenwood at Central Methodist, 1:30 p.m.; William Jewell al Graceland, 2 p.m.; Evangel al Missouri Valley, 3 p.m.; Culver-Stockton at Baker, 6 p.m. Juco standings KANSAS JAYHAWK CC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Cofleyville 60 60 Garden City 51 6.1 Buller County 42 52 Hutchlnson 42 52 Fort Scot! 33 34 Highland 15 25 Independence 16 25 Dodge City 06 07 Saturday's results Butler County 53, Highland 0; Hutchlnson 63. Dodge City 34; Cofleyville 49, Fort Scott 10; Garden City 50, Independence 7. Next week'* game* Hutchlnson at Fort Scott, 1:30 p.m.; Colfeyvllle al Garden City, 7:30 p.m.; Dodge City at Butler County, 7:30 p.m.; Highland at Independence, 7:30 p.m. Irvin returns, but Dallas beats Cardinals behind two IDs from star back By The Associated Press Michael Irvin's return provided the Dallas offense with the expected lift. It was Emmitt Smith and the ground game that took advantage. With Irvin attracting the attention of the Arizona defense, Smith ran for a season-high 112 yards on 21 carries and scored twice. Tony Tolbert added two sacks to lead the defense as the Cowboys beat the Cardinals 17-3 at Irving, Texas. Irvin, who was suspended for the first five games after pleading no contest to cocaine possession, caught five passes for 51 yards and was cheered by the Texas Stadium crowd, although a few boos were sprinkled in. He had receptions of 12 and 9 yards late in the first half as Dallas took a 3-0 halftime lead. "The Cardinals didn't give Mike a chance to make big plays, but he made some first-down conversions and that's why he was out there," said coach Barry Switzer of the Cowboys (3-3). "He's a great player and it's really good to see him back." Irvin's return was the highlight of a methodical win for Dallas. His presence provided room for Smith, who had been hampered by injuries, but looked like himself after a rest during a bye week. He scored on runs of 1 and 13 yards and now has 101 career rushing touchdowns, fifth on the NFL career list. San Francisco is at Green Bay tonight. Denver, Kansas City, San Diegb and Seattle were off. Dolphins 21, Bills 7 At Orchard, Park, N.Y., Jim Kelly was sacked seven times and threw three interceptions, one of them returned 91 yards by Terrell Buckley for a touchdown. Karim Abdul-Jabbar and Irvin Spikes each ran for a touchdown as Miami (4-2) broke a two-game losing streak. A 49-yard pass from Kelly to Andre Reed put the ball on the Miami 2 at the two-minute warning for Buffalo (4-2). But Kelly was called for grounding on first down and his fourth-down pass was picked off by Buckley and returned for the clinching score. Steelers 20, Bengals 10 At Pittsburgh, Chad Brown's 41/2 sacks led a defense that sacked Jeff Blake 10 times, and Rod Woodson went 42 yards for a score with a fumble return as Pittsburgh (5-1) won its fifth straight game. Jerome Bettis rushed for 109 yards, his fifth straight 100-yard game, and Mike Tomczak threw a 32-yard TD pass to Kordell Stewart that broke a 3-3 tie. BUGS 24, Vikings 13 At Tampa Bay, Trent Dilfer, who had just one TD pass this season, hit Robb Thomas for two scores and Mike Alstott for another as Dungy won his first game against the team for which he had been defensive coordinator. The loss was the second in three games for Minnesota (5-2), which got a 26-yard touchdown run by Robert Smith. Dilfer's 31-yard TD pass to the seldom-used Thomas gave the Bucs (1-5) the lead for good in the third quarter. Jaguars 21, Jets 17 At Jacksonville, Mark Brunell threw a 41-yard touchdown pass to Willie Jackson to break a 14-14 tie as the Jaguars (3-4) overcame a 143 deficit to beat the Jets, who were playing without six injured starters. The Jets (0-7) have now lost 11 straight and are 3-20 in the last two seasons. Lowery sets field-goal record By The Associated Press JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Nick Lowery of the New York Jets set the NFL record for career field goals on Sunday with a 20-yard kick in the fourth quarter against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Lowery has 374 field goals, beating the previous mark set by Jan Stenerud. Lowery replaced S1;enerud with the Kansas City Chiefs in 1980 and joined the Jets in 1994. Lowery, 40, made his first field goal, a 50-yarder against the Seattle Seahawks, for Kansas City. He has made 374 of 466 field goals in his career and has the best percentage (80) of any kicker. Redskins 27, Patriots 22 At Foxboro, Mass., Gus Frerotte, who entered the game with just three TD passes, threw for touchdowns on Washington's first two possessions of the second half. Henry Ellard had eight catches for 152 yards as Washington (5-1) won for its fifth straight victory. New England (3-3) got 164 yards rushing and two touchdown from Curtis Martin. Terry Allen of Washington gained 71, breaking a four- game streak of 100 yards or more. Panthers 45, Rams 13 At Charlotte, N.C., Carolina's point total was the highest in its two- year history as Kerry Collins threw three touchdown passes and Michael Bates ran back a kickoff for another score as the Panthers rolled. Anthony Johnson rushed for a club-record 126 yards to help the Panthers (4-2) break a two-game skid and send St. Louis (1-5) to its fifth consecutive loss. Oilers 23, Falcons 13 At Atlanta, despite an injury that knocked out quarterback Chris Chandler in the first half, the Oilers (4-2) kept Atlanta winless (06) with a stifling defensive effort. Eddie George had 109 yards on 23 carries, the third 100-yard game of his rookie year for the Oilers. Saints 27, Bears 24 At New Orleans, Ray Zellars, suspended last week for arguing with coach Jim Mora, ran for 174 yards for the Saints, who entered the game last in the NFL in rushing. Zellars got 156 yards in the second half as the Saints (2-5) won their second straight on Doug Brien's career- best 54-yard field goal with 1:44 left. Zellars had 39 yards on the drive that led to the kick. The Bears (2-5) had a 17-7 lead at the half, turning two New Orleans' fumbles and a failed fourth- down try into points. Eagles 19, Giants 10 At East Rutherford, N.J., Gary Anderson's fourth field goal, a 29-. yarder with 2:12 left, gave the Eagles (4-2) their first lead of the game. Then William Thomas picked up Dave Brown's fumble and returned it 23 yards for a clinching touchdown. The Eagles sacked Brown eight times and the Giants' only touchdown came on Amani Toomer's 65-yard punt return. The New York defense has now gone three games without allowing a TD. Raiders 37, Lions 21 At Oakland, Jeff Hostetler threw four touchdown passes, including a 58-yarder to James Jett and a 62-yarder to Rickey Dudley as the Raiders (3-4) put together back-to-back wins for the first time since last November. Hostetler was 28 of 37 for 294 yards as Oakland ran off to a 34-0 lead before Detroit (4-3) got going. Scott Mitchell was 31 of 50 for 342 yards, much of it during the third quarter. Colts 26, Ravens 21 At Indianapolis, the team that once represented Baltimore beat the team that lives there now as Jeff Herrod went 68 yards with an interception. Indianapolis (5-1) had to hold off the Ravens '(2-4), who got three TD passes by Vinny Testaverde. 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