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OCTOBER 22. 2001 PRO FOOTBALL THE SALINA JOURNAL NFL SCOREBOARD • SUNDAY'S GAMES Standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pel PF PA Miami 3 2 0 .600 106 111 Nsw England 3 3 0 .500 141 119 NY Jets 3 3 0 .500 128 154 Indianapolis 2 3 0 .400 135 155 Bullalo 1 4 0 .200 S4 138 Central W L T Pet PF PA PIttsbufgh 4 1 0 .800 76 58 CMand 4 2 0 .667 111 91 Balllmore 3 3 0 .500 110 102 Cincinnati 3 3 0 .500 89 109 Jacksonville 2 3 0 .400 73 69 Tennessea 2 3 0 .400 94 122 West W L T Pet PF PA Oakland 4 1 0 ,800 131 95 San Diego 4 2 0 .667 159 97 Seallle 3 2 0 .600 84 107 Denver 3 3 0 .500 133 124 Kansas City 1 5 0 .167 lit 117 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pel PF PA NY Giants 3 2 0 .600 91 71 Philadelphia 2 2 0 .500 104 62 Arizona 2 3 0 .400 89 128 Dallas 1 4 0 .200 75 117 Washington 1 5 0 .167 49 158 Central W L T Pel PF PA Chicago 4 1 0 .800 98 43 Green Bay 4 2 0 .667 147 85 Minnesota 3 3 0 .500 124 124 Tampa Bay 2 3 0 .400 78 64 Detroit 0 5 0 .000 70 145 West W L T Pet PF PA St. Louis 6 0 0 1.000 176 SI San FianciSH 4 1 0 .800 122 105 New Orleans 3 2 0 .600 105 87 Atlanta 3 3 0 .500 125 127 Carolina 1 5 0 .167 too 133 Ttiursday's result Buflalo 13. Jacksonville 10 Sunday's results St. LOUIS 34. NY Jets 14 Washington 17, Carolina 14 (ot) Chicago 24, Cincinnati 0 New England 38, Indianapolis 17 Tennessee 27. Detroit 24 Atlanta 20, New Orleans 13 Cleveland 24, Baltimore 14 Pittsburgh 17, Tampa Bay 10 San Diego 27. Denver 10 Arizona 24. Kansas City 16 Minnesota 35. Green Bay 13 Today's game Philadelphia at NY Giants, 8 p,m. Open date — Miami. Oakland, Seattle, Dallas. San Francisco Thursday's Game Indianapolis at Kansas City, 7:30 p,m, Sunday, Octolier 28 NY Jets at Carolina. Noon New Orleans at Si Louis, Noon San Francisco at Chicago, Noon Cincinnati at Detroit, Noon Jacksonville at Baltimore, Noon Minnesota at Tampa Bay, Noon Arizona at Dallas. 3:05 p.m, NY Giants at Washington, 3:05 p,m, Miami at Seattle, 3:15 p.m, Bultalo at San Diego, 3:15 p.m. Oakland at Philadelphia, 3:15 p.m. New England at Denver, 3:15 p.m. Monday, Octal>«r 29 Tennessee al Pittsburgh, 8 p.m. Open dale — Green Bay, Atlanta. Cleveland NFL summaries CARDINALS 24, CHIEFS 16 KC Arl RECEIVING—Atlanta, Cnjmpler 5-78, Jefferson 3-67. Malhls 2-28, M.Smith 2-10, Finneran 1-7, Feely H-2), Christian 1-(minus 3). New Oitsans, Williams 9-65, Horn '74, Jackson 5-46, Wilson 1-24, Cleeland 1 -19. McAllislerl -te ,Connell 1-5. MISSED HELD GOALS-New Orleans, Carney 48 (BK). SCORINQ SUMMARV Atlanta 10 0 0 10-20 NewOrlMms 0 10 0 3-13 First Quarter Atl—Cnimpler 57 pass Irom Chandler (Feely kfck), 13:21. Atl—FQ Feely 31,4:51. Second Quarter NO-FQ Carney 23,13:17. NO—Cleeland 19 pass Irom Brooks (Carney kick), 5:02. Fourth Quarter Alt—Jeflerson 39 pass Irom Chandler (Feely kk*), 13:01. All—FQ Feely 38,2:37. NO-FQ Carney 31, :30, A-70,020. STEELERS 17, BUCS 10 First downs flushes-yards Passing Punt Returns KickoH fletums Interceptions Ret. Comp-Atl-lm Sacked'Yards Lost Punts Fumbles-LosI Penalties-Yards Time ol Possession 20 20-119 340 3-26 2-33 0-0 21-44-2 1-12 5-42.8 1-0 10-107 27:04 20 37-135 228 3-14 3-90 2-22 16-25-0 0-0 5-44.4 2-2 6-50 32:56 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Kansas City, Holmes 15-85, Green 3-23, Pariier 1-7, Richardson 1-4, Arizona. Pitlman 26-95. T,Jones 7-26. Plummer 3-20, Jenkins 1-1-6). PASSING-Kansas City, Green 21-44-2' 352. Arizona, Plummer 16-25-0-228. RECEIVING—Kansas City, Alexander 4' 99, Gonzalez 4-58, Minnis 4-54, Holmes 3' 24. Ricks 2-29, Thomas 2-24, Parker 1-44, Richardson 1-20. Arizona, Boston 7-131, Pittman 4-42, Sanders 2-18. Makovicka 1 25. Jenkins 1-11, Hardy 1-1. MISSED FIELD GOALS-None. SCORINQ SUMMARY Kansas City 3 6 0 7—16 Arizona 0 3 7 14—24 First Quarter KC—FG Peterson 49, :39. Second Quarter An—FG Gramatica 30,13:08, KC—FG Peterson 29. 6:19. KC—FG Peterson 33, :00. Third Quarter An—Pittman 24 mn (Gramatica kick), 9:17. Fourth Quarter Ari—Boston 23 pass Irom Plummer (Gramatica kick). 14:36. Ari—T.Jories 13 niri (Gramatica kk:k), 9:43. KC—Alexander 34 pass Irom Green (Peterson ktek), 3:57. A—35,916. TITANS 27, LIONS 24 Ten First downs Rushes-yards Passing Punt Returns KickoH Returns Interceptkms Ret. Comp-Att-Int Sackad-Yaids Lost Punta Fumblss-Lost Penalties-Yards Tims ol Possession 18 33-102 227 3-1 4-86 1-5 16-36-2 1-10 6-42.0 1-0 5-45 31:24 Det 18 19-41 322 2-11 5-172 2-7 25-42-1 4-16 5-41.8 2-1 8-77 28:36 MONDAY NIGHT MATCHUP PhllmtolpMa latlM M N«W Yerit Qianto Qlants StMDum,«|ynv, ABC Chs. 9,10 8 -2 1%, , ,,,,1 3-8 L21 -Mv»,ArtKlf« LMtgMIM L 15-14 At St, Louis OtfenM RB Duce Staley is s.\p«ctsd to OB Kerry Colllos Iws thrown no inloic«ptions in Rvs career oaines against the Eagles. The Qlants twd 332 oRenshra yards in their last game. First downs Rushes-yards Passing Punt Returns KkMI Returns Inlereeplkjns Ret. Comp-Att-Int Sacked-Yards Lost Punts Fumttes-Losl Penalties-Ytrds Time ol Possession play tor the fiisi time since Sept 23. QB Donovan McNabb l>as scored at least one touchdown In each of his last eight games. Defsnse The Eagles rank sixth In overall The Giants defense has held defense. DE Hugh Douglas had Philadelphia lo less than 20 hvo sacks In hvo games against points in seven consecutive the Qlants last season. games. Key matchup Eagles Tackle Jon Runyan vs. Qlants End Michael Strahan SOunCBS: NFL ecmfmel from AP vtin reports Comp-Att-lnl Sacked-YardsLost Punts Fumblas-Lost Penallies-Yards Time ol Possession Pit TB Hrst downs 17 19 lushes-yards 35-220 19-64 'assing 124 214 Punt Returns 2-10 0-0 KickoH Returns 2-38 4-90 nierceplions Ret. 1-0 2-10 Comp-Att-lnl 11-17-2 24-40-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-6 10-69 Punts 2-38.0 5-44.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 1-5 1-10 Time ol PossesBkm 29:02 30:58 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Pittsburgh, Bettis 17-143, Stewart 7-32, Zereoue 8-12, Edwards 1-12, Kreklei 1-12, Ward 1-9. Tampa Bay, Dunn 13-31, B.Johnson 3-18, Alstott 3-15. PASSING-Pittsburgh, Stewart 10-16-2100, Bettis 1-1-0-32. Tampa Bay, B.John­ son 24-40-1-283. RECEIVING—Pittsburgh, Ward 3-44, Burress 3-26, Tuman 1-32, Edwards 1-16, Bettis 1-8, Zereoue 1-4, Bmener 1-2. Tampa Bay, K .John8on 10-159, Green 4-44, Williams 3-42, Murphy 3-17, Dunn 2-16, Moore 1-3, Anthony 1-2. MISSED FIELD GOALS-Nons. SCORINQ SUMMARY Pittsburgh 0 7 10 0—17 Tampa Bay 0 3 0 7—10 Second Quarter TB-FGGramatka 31,10:20. Pit—Tuman 32 pass from Bettis (Brown kick). 6:07. Third Quarter Pit-Battis 46 tun (Brown kick), 12:43. Pit—FQ Brown 35,4:49. Fourtli Quarter TB—Murphy 5 pass Irom B.Johnson (Gramatica kick). :28. A-65.588. CHARQERS 27, BRONCOS 10 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINQ-Balllmore, Ayanbadejo 9-48, Brooklns 13-46, Allen 3-12, Cunningham 1~ M.Williams 1-2. Cleveland, Jackson 2477, Couch 4-10, White 1-1. PASSING-Baltlmore, Qrtjac 16-20-2142, Cunningham 11-25-0-120. Cleveland, Couch 11-18-0-149. RECEIVING-Ballimore, Ismael 7-65, Sharpe 6-61, Stokley 5-68, Ayanbadeio 520, Brooklns 3-24, Gash 1-4. Cleveland, Johnson 3-47, Jackson 2-13, Morgan 1-36, Santiago 1-27, Sellers 1-12, Northcutt 1-11, Shea 1-2, White 1-1. MISSED FIELD GOALS-None. SCORINQ SUMMARY Baltimore 0 6 0 8—14 Cisvsland 7 3 14 0-24 First Quarter Cle-^.Jackson 11 nin (P.Dawson kick), 11:27. Second Quarter Bal-FQ Stover 21,5:11. Cle-FG P.Dawson 33,1:45. Bal-FQ Stover 38, :05. Third Quarter Cle—Johnson 26 pass Irom Couch (P.Dawson kick), 7:16. Cle—Morgan .36 pass Irom Couch (P.Dawson kick), 5:20. Fourth Quarter Bel—Ismail 22 pass Irom Cunningham (Ismail pass Irom Cunningham), 7:08. A-72,818. Den SD First downs 19 22 Rushes-yards 21-81 32-107 Passing 182 272 Punt Returns 2-14 4-47 KickoH Returns 6-182 2-113 Interceptions Ret. 1-0 2-0 Comp-Att-Int 26-41-2 21-32-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 4-30 3-8 Punts 645.0 5-42.4 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards 8-61 5-34 Time ol Possesston 26:57 33:03 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS HUSHING—Tennessee. George 26-51 McNaIr 548, Hicks 1-2, Wycheck 1-1. De- trolL Warren B-ia; Stewart 9-17, Batch 2-3, Howard 1-3, Jett 1-0. PASSINO—Tennessee, McNaIr 15-35-2 216, Wycheck 1-1-0-21. Detroit, Batch 2542-1-338. RECEIVING—Tennessee, Wycheck 100, Mason 3-47, K.Dyson 2-17, Kinney 214, D.Bennett 1-50, George 1-9, Detroit, Morton.9-113, Crowell 4-65, Sloan 3-41 Schleslnger 3-32, Warren 2-16, Howard 1 36, Foster 1-13, Mllchell 1-12, Stewart 1 10. MISSED FIELD GOALS-None, . SCORING SUMMARY Tsfinessee 3 6 8 10-27 Detroit 0 14 0 10-24 First Quarter Ten—FONadney38,1:12. Second Quarter Ter»-FONedney46,7:13. Det—Morton 18 pass from Batch (Hanson kk^li), 2:14. Del-Ctpwell 46 pass from Batch (Hanson kick), 1:30. ' TBi>-F(3Nedney30,:00. ' Third Quarter Ten-Mitchell 69 btocked field goal return (Bennett pass from McNaIr), 12:14. Fourth Quarter Oet-FQ Hanson 23, S;38. Teii-^Wy(:h,ack e 'pass from McNaIr (Nedney kick), 4:41.' Del-^bward 36 pass from Batch (Hanson Uck); t;t8. Ten-FQ Nedney 48,-.OS. A-76,940, FALCONS 20, SAINTS 13 • Atl NO INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Denver, Anderson 11-50, Gary 5-21, Griese 4-7, R.Smllh 1-3. San Diego, Tomllnson 25-58, Conway 1-28, Fletcher 2-11, Flutle 4-10. PASSING-Denver, Griese 2641-2-212. San Diego, Flutle 21-32-1-280. RECEIVINQ-Denver, R.Smlth 9-86, Clarii 6-54, Kennlson 4-27, D.Carswell 325, Gary 2-15, Hape 1-12, Anderson 1-(ml- nus 7). San Diego, Graham 7-107, Fletcher 4-38, F.Jones 3-56. Dwight 3-33, Conway 2-29, Tomlinson 1-11, HeWen 1-6. MISSED FIELD GOAL-Denver, Elam 42 (WR). SCORING SUMMARY Denver 0 7 3 0-10 San Diego 7 6 7 7-27 First Quarter SD—Jenkins 88 kfckoH return (Richey kick), 14:43. Second Quarter SD-FG Richey 21,6:35. SD-FGRk:hey51,2:20. Den—Clarti 6 pass from Griese (Elam kick), :41. Third Quarter Den-FGEIam45,8:49. SD—Graham 17 pass Irom Flutle (Richey kick), 2:17, Fourth Quarter SD—Graham 20 pass from Flutle (Richey ktek), 8^36. A-67,521. PATRIOTS 38, COLTS 17 NE Ind First downs Rushes-yards Passing Punt Returns KickoH Returns Interceptions Rel. Comp-Att-lnl Sacked-Yards Lost Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time ol Possession 19 30-123 262 1-9 5-107 28 34-179 305 1-2 6-123 0-0 0-0 17-21-0 22-34-0 (M) 4-30 3-36.3 243.0 0-0 3-2 4-35 4-53 26:35 33:25 First downs Huih««-y«r(l» Passing /Punt Returns Kh:i(f If Returns inieiceptionsRet. Comp-Atl^lnl Sac^-YardsLott Fuml)l«s-Ust » <, Penalties-Yardsw, 12 30-124 173 •.MB • 3-71, 1-7 16-21-1 I 2-12 4-35,6 1-1 6-34 -29:45 16 24-63 • 209 1-0 5-129 . 1-0 23-39-1 640 640,3 1-0 3-26 30:16 CATIBTICS 'M.9initii -a-a. •61,Bn)plis3<12. m INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-New England, A.Smith 21 71, Patten 1-29, Edwards 3-14, Brown 1-9, Faulk 1-2, Brady 2-(-2), Redmond 1-0. Indianapolis, James 30-143, Rhodes 2-35: Manning 2-1. PASSING-Nsw England, Brady 16-200-202, Patten 1-1-0-60. Indianapolis, Manning 22-34-0-335. RECEIVING-New England, Brown 8120, Patten 4-117, Edwards 2-16, C.John­ son 2-7, Wiggins 1-2. Indianapolis, Hanison 8-157, James 4-34, Pollard 3-61 Wayne 3-33, Dilger 2-32, Insley 1-13, McKInney 1-5. MISSED FIELD QOALS-lndianapolis, Vanderjagt46 (BK);25 (BK). SCORING SUMMARY New England 7 21 3 7-38 Indianapolis 3 3 11 0-17 First Quarter NE— Patten 29 run (VInaUeri ktek), 10:35. lnd-FQVandar|agt42,5:44, Second Quartei' NE— Patten 81 pass Irom Brady (VInaUeri kick), 8:44. NE—T .Biown 60 pass from Patten (Vlnaliertkk*).7:11. NE— Wiggins 2 pass from Brady (Vlnall«rikkA),1:17. lndrrFQVandet)agt42,;11. .Third Quarter Ind—Harrison 2 pass Inim Manning (Dll- .ger pais irom Manning), 8:20. NE -FQVInatlert43,4:34. lnd-FQVandai|agt24,1:31. /\ Fourth Quarter NE— Patten 6 past (torn Brady (yinatieri kicfc), 14:02. A-66,022, BROWNS 84. RAVENS 14 : „ - Sal Ci* Flntdowtu ' * 21 R(l|h«|.y »(|ll Zm M-88 PtNlng 208 I3i 2745-2 7-54 544.2 2-1 649 34:03 AP 11-18-0 2-18 846.9 0-0 12-78 25:57 First downs Rushes-yards RAMS 34, JETS 14 StL 22 34-234 214 3-32 1-18 142 19-28-0 4-11 2-51.5 2-2 4-33 33:32 NYJ 17 24-132 134 (M) 4-131 0-0 18-27-1 1-8 645.3 1-0 10-66 26:28 Punt Returns KtekoH Returns Interceptions Ret. Comp-Att-lnl Sacked-Yards Lost Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yanls Time ol Possession INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINQ-St. Louis, Canldate 23-195, Holcumbe 5-30, Hakim 2-9, Brace 1-3, J.Martin 3-(-3). New Yorit, C.Martin 14-63, Jordan 4-34, Anderson 2-13, Pennington 111, Coles 1-8, Testavorde 2-3. PASSING-St. Louis, Warner 18-27-0215, J.Martin 1-1-0-10. New Yorit, TeS' tavetde 9-13-1-74, Pennington 9-14-0-68. RECEIVING-St. Louis, Hakim 640, Proehl 345, Holt 343, Canldate 3-37, Brace 2-37, Comwell 1-16, Hodglns 1-7. New Yort(, Becht 5-35, Jordan 5-20, Anderson 4-34, Sowell 1-19, Hatchelt 1-15, Coles 1-13, Chrebet 1-6, MISSED FIELD GOALS—None. SCORINQ SUMMARY St. Louis 0 21 10 3-34 NY Jets 0 7 0 7—14 Second Quarter StL—Hakim 16 pass Irom Warner (Wllkins kk:k), 10:10. NYJ—Becht 5 pass from Testaverde (Hall kick), 4:51, SIL-Oanldats 44 ran (Wilkins kick), 3:22. StL—AWilliams 42 Intertception return (Wilkins kick), 2:16, Third Quarter StL-FG Wilkins 47,11:07. StL-Canldele 12 ran (Wilkins kick), 5:34. Fourth Quarter StL-FG Wilkins 24,13:33. NYJ—Becht 7 pass Irom Pennington (Hall kick), 1:38. A-78,766. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINQ-Qreen Bay, Green 11-73, Levens 2-1, Favrs 1-0, Henderson t-0. Minnesota, Chapman 22-90, Culpepper 9- 7l,Klelnsas»er 5-20, Motraw 1-15. PASSINQ-Green Bay, Favre 21-35-1169. Minnesota, Culpepper 18-27-0-184 RECEIVING-Green Bay, Freeman 557, Green 5-36, Bradlord 4-32, Driver 2-17, Franks 2-9, Henderson M2, Lee 1-3, Levens 1-3. Minnesota, Moss 8-73, Carter 380, Chamberiain 3-26, Chapman 2-5, Reed 1-14, Kleinsasser 1-6. MISSED FIELD QOALS-Green Bay, Longwell 51 (WR); 42 (Vfl.), SCORINQ SUMMARY Green Bay 0 0 7 6—13 Minnesota 0 20 0 15-35 Second Quarter MIn—Carter 43 pass Irom Culpepper (Anderson kick), 8:18. MIn—Wong 27 interception return (Anderson kick), 7:56. Min-FG Anderson 42,3:29. Min-FG Anderson 36, :04. Third Quarter GB—Franks 2 pass Irom Favre (Longwell kick), 10:20. Fourth Quarter MIn—Culpepper 14 run (Reed Irom Culpepper), 14:07. Min—Kleinsasser 2 ran (Anderson kick), 2:47. GB—Lee 3 pass Irom Favre (pass tailed), ;45. A-64,165. NFL Sunday STARS All-Purpoae David Patten, Patriots, became the first player since Walter Peyton In 1979 to run, catch and pass for touchdowns in the same game, in New England's 38-17 victory over Indianapolis. Passing Tony Banks, Redskins, completed 17 of 30 passes for 346 yards with one touchdown and one Interception in Washington's 17-14 overtime win over Carolina. Doug Flutle, Chargers, was 21-of- 32 for 280 yards and two TDs In San Diego's 27-10 vlctoty over Denver. • Tom Brady, Patriots, threw three TO passes and was 16-of-20 for 202 yards in New England'a 38-17 win at Indianapolis. Rushing Trung Canldate, Rams, rushed for 195 yards on 23 carries and added three receptlona for 37 yards as St. Louis routed the New Yorii Jeta 3414. • Anthony Thomas, Bears, sat a team rookie mshing record with 188 yards on 22 carries In Chicago's 240 win al Cincinnati. • Jerome Bettia, Steelera, ran for 143 yards and a touchdown, and threw his second career TD pass In Pittsburgh's BEARS 24, BENGALS 0 Chi Gin Rrst downs 21 16 Rushes-yards 32-203 21-35 Passing 232 229 Punt Returns 6-51 1-9 KickoH Returns 1-25 5-97 Interceptions Ret. 1-43 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 23-30-0 1946-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 0-0 2-15 Punts 348.3 741.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 2-25 2-20 Time ol Possession 32:34 27:26 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Chkjago, Thomas 22-188, Allen 7-17, Miller 3-(-2). Cincinnati, Dillon 16-30, Keaton 1-3, Warrick 2-2, Bennett 20. PASSING-Chlcago, Miller 23-30^J-232. Cincinnati, Kitna 1946-1-244. RECEIVINO-Chlcago, Terrell 7-91 Booker 6-76, Robinson 5-50, Allen 2-6, While 1-5, Davis 1-3, Baxter 1-1. Cincinnati, Warrick 8-84, Battaglla 4-57, Dugans 349, Scott 2-37, Bennett 1-10, Neat 1-7. MISSED FIELD GOALS-Chicago. Edinger 43 (WL), Cincinnati, Rackers 39 (WL). SCORING SUMMARY Chicago 3 7 7 7-24 Cincinnati 0 0 0 0—0 First Quarter Chi—FG Edinger 48,4:29. Second Quarter Chi—Baxter 1 pass from Miller (Edinger m), 12:61. Third Quarter Chi—Booker 13 pass Irom Miller (Edinger kick), 3:25. Fourth Quarter Chi-Thomas 23 ran (Edinger kick). 9:05. A-63,408, REDSKINS 17, PANTHERS 14 (ot) Car Was First downs Rushes-yards Passing Punt Returns Kk:koH Returns 19 25-124 218 346 2-27 1-0 24-354 1-8 6-55.8 0-0 7-51 32:39 16 28-98 345 2-1 2-35 4-82 17-30-1 1 6-46.5 1 5-50 29:13 Interceptkms Ret. Comp-Att-Int Sacked-Yards Lost Funis Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time ol Possesskin INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Carollna, Blakabuluka 20 121, Hoover 3-12, Smith 1-(-8), Weinke 1 1). Washington, Davis 26-99, Banks 2-(-l), PASSINQ-Carollna, Weinke 24-354' 226, Washington, Banks 17-30-1-346. RECEIVINQ-Carolina, Hayes 6-75, Byrd 5-73, Blakabuluka 4-29, Walls 3-15, Heatherlngtn 3-1, Muhammad 2-27, Hoover 1-6. Washington, Gardner 6-208, Lockett 3-33, Johnson 247, Davis 2-20, Thompson 1-19, Weslbrook 1-19, Rasby 1 3, Carter 1-(-3). MISSED FIELD GOALS-Washinglon, Conway 32 (WR). SCORINQ SUMMARY Carolina 7 0 0 7 0-14 Wasdlngton 0 0 0 14 3-17 First Quarter Car-Walls 2 pats from Weinke (Kasay kick), 6:04. Fourth Quarter Car-^kabuluka 10 ran (Kasay kick), ' 12:68. Was-Arrington 67 Interceptton return (Conway ktek), 10:10, Was—Gardner 85 pass from Banks (Conway kkikj, 7:26, ovtttinM VIKINGS 35, PACKERS 13 OB MIn 10 16-74 160 (•(•1) 6-111 0-0 21-35-1 1-9 545.2 2-0 548 22:42 23 37-196 181 3-6 3-26 1-27 18-27-0 1-3 343.3 5-2 7-54 37:18 Take Tlmt, Modell Browns beat out Ravens for first time since return to the ROUNDUP 17-10 victory al Tampa Bay. Receiving • Rod Gardner, Redskins, had six receptions lor 208 yards. Including an 85-yard TD, in Washington's 1714 overtime victory over Carolina. Frank Wycheck, Titans, caught seven passes for a career-high 100 yards In Tennessee's 27-24 win over Detroit. David Boston, Cardinals, had seven catches tor 131 yards and a TD In Arizona's 24-16 victory ^ver Kansas City. Troy Brown, Patriots, caught eight passes for 120 yards and a score in New England's 38-17 rout at Indianapolis. Defense Joey Porter, Steelers, had four of Pittsburgh's 10 sacks In a 17-10 victory over Tampa Bay. LaVar Arrlngton, Redskins, intercepted Chris Weinke's overthrown screen pass and returned it 67 yards for a touchdown as Washington beat Carolina 17-14 In overtime. Ryan McNeil, Chargers, had 10 tackles and his NFL-leading sixth Interception In San Diego's 27-10 win over Denver. Special Teams Joe Nedney, Titans, kicked lour field goals. Including a 46-yarder with live seconds left to lead Tennessee to a 27-24 victory at Detroit. Ronney Jenkins, Chargers, returned the opening kickoll 86 yards for a touchdown In San Diego'a 2710 victory over Denver. • Brett Conway, Redskins, kicked a 23-yard field goal 1:52 Into overtime in Washington's 17-14 win over Carolina. ALL-PURPOSE PATTEN New England's David Patten ran 29 yards for a touchdown on the Patriots' first olfensive play, throw a 60- yard TD pass to Troy Brown and caught two touchdovm passes himself. Including a 91-yarder — the longest play from scrimmage In team history In a 38-17 victory over Indianapolis. Patten was the' first player to run, catch and pass for TDs in one game since Walter Payton In 1979. SUPER SUB •St. Louis' Trung Canldate scored twice and accounted for 232 yanis in his first start replacing the Injured Marshall Faulk to help the Rams remain the NFL's only unbeateti team with a 34-14 victory over the New Yort( Jets. II was the most yards mshing for an NFL running back making his first start since Gerald Riggs had 202 lor AUanta in 1984. BEAR BREAKS OUT Chicago's Anthony Thomas rushed lor 188 yards In the Bears' 24-0 victory over Cincinnati to top Jamea Allen's team rookie record ol 163. yards in 19BB. It was the elghlh-best overall total In Bears history. Walter Peyton's best rookie game was 134 yards, while Gale Sayers had 118, CONSISTENT KICKER Baltimore's Matt Stover set an NFL record by kicking a Held goal for the 32nd straight game, but the Ravans lost al Cleveland 24-14. SHUT DOWN Cincinnati's Corey Dillon, coming off a season-high 140-yard performance against Cleveland, got only 30 yards on 16 carries against Chicago In a'24-0 loss, ... New Orleans running back Ricky Williams, who was averaging 4.5 yards a carry, gained just 51 yards on 21 catriea In a 20-13 loss to Atlanta. ... Brett Favrs was held lo just 169 yards passing In Green Bay's 35-13 loss at Minnesota. By The AMoclatcd Press CLEVELAND — Until they win the Super Bowl, this was as good as it can get for the Cleveland Browns and their fans, Beating Battimore never will feel quite the same. Six years after Art Modell moved his team, Cleveland finally thumbed its nose at Baltimore's owner as the Browns topped the Super Bowl champion Ravens 24-14 Sunday "This was huge," said quarterback Tim Couch. "It feels so good to get this win for the fans of Cleveland who have seen their team leave town, and then go win the Super Bowl. This was for them." Couch threw two quick touchdown passes in the third quarter as the Browns (4-2) beat Baltimore for the first time since returning to the league in 1999. The Browns have been saying all season that they're a deferent team under first-year coach Butch Davis, and now there's no doubt they are. "We've got confidence, and we believe," said safety Percy Ellsworth. "If you beat Baltimore, who should you be scared of?" Cleveland's defense forced three turnovers, had seven sacks and dominated the reeling Ravens (3-3), who are a shell of the team whose defense dominated the NFL last season. Matt Stover set an NFL record by making a field goal for the 32nd straight game but that was the lone bright spot for Baltimore, whose ferocious defense has given up 55 points in two weeks. "We're 3-3 and if we don't take it seriously, we can be 8-8," said safety Rod Woodson. "We've got to pick it up — now." The Browns were outscored 116-26 while going 0-4 since '99 against the Ravens and Modell, who broke Cleveland's collective heart when he moved his franchise following the 1995 season. And although Modell didn't come to Cleveland to flaunt his Super Bowl ring, that didn't stop Browns fans from enjoying their first on-field success against the former owner. "I want to beat everybody's team," Browns owner Al Lerner said. "We beat the Super Bowl champions — it just so happens that it's Baltimore. I love it." Browns fans were more excited. Most of the crowd of 72,828 stayed through a driving rain in the fourth quarter to soak in every second and jeer the Ravens off the field. A few feet away, Davis pumped his fist as he sprinted to Cleveland's locker room. Couch was ll-of-18 for 149 yards and rookie James Jackson rushed for 77 yards and one TD for the Browns, whose biggest win in three years will be followed by an off week. • Couch threw a 29-yard TD pass to Kevin Johnson, and a 36- yarder to rookie Quincy Morgan in a span of 1 minute, 54 seconds in the third quarter as the Browns opened a 24-6 lead. Clearly, the Browns are a much different team under Davis than the one which went 5-27 in two seasons. "Butch is doing a great job," Ravens coach Brian Blllick said. "They have a certain attitude. The fans are pumped up. They are obviously a better team. They earned it." The Associated Press Browns wide receiver Kevin Johnson hauls in a 28 yards touchdown pass In front of Ravens cornerback Duane Starks In the third quarter Sunday In Cleveland. The Browns beat the Ravens, 24-14. Rams 34, Jets 14 EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Trung Canldate scored twice and accounted for 232 yards Sunday, helping the St. Louis Rams remain the NFL's only unbeaten team with a 34-14 victory, over the New York Jets. St. Louis is only the second NFL team to start three straight seasons with six victories. The 1929-31 Green Bay Packers had the only other such streak. Canldate replaced Marshall Faulk, last season's Most Valuable Player, who bruised his right knee a week ago and was INJURIES Carolina ruiinlng back Tshlmanga Blakabuluka broke his loot In the fourth quarter ol the Panthers' 17-14 overtime loss to Washington after rushing for 121 yarda and a touchdown, He is to have surgery today and ptobalJly Is out lor the season.... Baltimore quatteriiack Elvis Qrbac left the Ravens' 24-14 loss at Cleveland with a cheat Injury. .„ Chicago wide receiver Marcus Robinson sprained his l»ft knee In a 24-0 win at Cincinnati. Testa will be. petlormed on Robinson's knee In Chicago. ... Detroit receiver Germane Crowell Injured his left knee while jumping lor a Bears 24, Bengals 0 CINCINNATI — Anthony Thomas ran for a team rookie- record 188 yards and a touchdown as Chicago won its fourth straight game. The Bears (4-1) are on their longest winning streak since 1995, the last time they made the playoffs. They're off-to their best start since 1991, when they finished 11-5. Thomas, a second-round draft pick who had not run for more than 58 yards in a game, darted through bigJioles on his 22 carries and wound up with the eighth-best rushing game in Bears history The crowd of 63,408 left early as the Bengals (3-3) were shut out at home for the first time in three years. Vikings 35, Packers 13 MINNEAPOLIS — Brett Favre threw for only 169 yards against Minnesota's poor pass defense a week after shredding one of the NFL's top Ds, while counterpart Daunte Culpepper threw for one score and ran for another to lead the Vikings. It was the Packers' worst regular season loss in eight years. Minnesota (3-3), which entered the game ranked 29th in the league against the pass, won for the eighth time in its last 10 home games against Green Bay (4-2). Favre completed 21 of 35 passes with two touchdowns and an interception. Most of the yards, though, came in the fourth quarter with Green Bay far behind. It was strikingly different from his performance last week in a 31-23 victory over visiting Baltimore, when Favre went 27-of-34 for 337 yards with three TDs. Steelers 17, Buccaneers 10 TAMPA, Fla. — Jerome Bettis threw a 32-yard touchdown pass on a halfback option and ran for 143 yards and a TD as Pittsburgh dominated Tampa Bay for its fourth win in a row. The Steelers' top-ranked defense sacked Brad Johnson 10 times and intercepted one of his passes in the end zone. The Bucs (2-3) scored on Johnson's 5-yard pass to Frank Murphy with 28 seconds remaining, then appeared to recover an onside kick at their 43 to give themselves another chance to come back. The officials ruled that Tampa Bay's Brian Kelly leaped into the air and came down with the ball before it squirted loose when he landed on the ground, The ruling was reversed after it was reviewed on instant replay and the Steelers (4-1) rani out the clock to stay atop the AFC Central standings with their best start since 1996. New England 38, Indianapolis 17 >^NDIA|^APOLIS - DaVia ii^ctiye for ;Swday'| ge^rfles^f-;. R^^^^ the first NPt ter saying during the%eek'h6''^ in exactly 22 yeai*8 to might be abl? to .play against run, J catph and pass for touch the Jets (3-3). The Rams Canldate did just fine without him. Canldate rushed for 195 yards on 23 car- Brown for a 60-yard TD. Walter Payton was the last player with such a trifecta, doing it against Minnesota on Oct. 21,1979. Tom Brady, filling in for Drew Bledsoe again, was 16-for- 20 for 202 yards and three touchdowns, with no interceptions. Falcons 20, Siaints 13 NEW ORLEANS — Chris Chandler threw touchdown passes of 57 and 39 yards to lead Atlanta. The Saints (3-2), who had the NFL's fourth-ranked defense coming into the game, allowed 297 yards, 124 on the ground. Atlanta (3-3), loser of two straight after Jamal Anderson was lost for the season, seems to have found a replacement in Maurice Smith, who gained 83 yards on 22 carries against New Orleans. Chandler completed 14 of 20 passes for 187 yards. He was sacked twice and threw one interception. Redskins 17, Panthers 14, OT LANDOVER, Md. — Brett Conway kicked a 23-yard field goal 1:52 into overtime to give coach Marty Schottenheimer his first victory with Washington. The Redskins (1-5) twice believed they had won the gam? before they really did. Conway thought his 32-yard field goal with 36 seconds left in regulation was good — it was ruled wide right — and rookie Rod Gardner had a touchdown catch in overtime overturned when it was ruled that he was down by contact at the Panthers' 5-yard line. Conway kicked the game- winner on the next play The Panthers (1-5) have lost five straight and were beaten on the last play of the game for the second consecutive week. It probably won't get any easier. Titans 27, Lions 24 PONTIAC, Mich. — Joe Ne* ney kicked four field goals, including from 46 yards with five seconds left, for Tennessee. Titans quarterback Steve McNair's 22-yard run set up the game-winning kick after Detroit (0-5) tied the game 24-all with 1:18 left. Tennessee has won two straight after starting the season 0-3. Detroit, meanwhile, is off to its worst start since 1989, and a loss to Cincinnati at home next week would drop the Lions to 0-6 for the first time since 1955. i Chargers 27, Broncos 10 SAN DIEGO — San; Diego forced two turnovers in Denver territory in the second half, both setting up touchdo|ivn passes from. Doug Plutie to Jeff Graham. Chargers linebacker Junior Seau went out with a sttalned groin In the first half and didn't return. Flutie completea.-Zi^Jpf 32 passes for 280 yards'and twp TDs, with one intejfpeptlom Rookie LaDalhlan',TornUnsbij downs Ih l;he same game, to lead\New England. y/fV ' Patten caught fouf i ^MVigs /or' 117 yards and two,|QUpl\down8;j the NFL's .second-Jea^lng ruslit >WM^ eJl-^a ,4??-ywC 'run, and- er,'was held toa ^eason-low^j) qopfpil ^t^d .H'pass to Troy, yards on 2S carries. •

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