NFL Week 7 Results

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10/19/08

New York Giants (5-1) 29 San Francisco 49ers (2-5) 17 – Jacobs rushed for two TDs as the Giants bounced back from last Monday night’s loss.

Pittsburgh Steelers (5-1) 38 Cincinnati Bengals (0-7) 10 – The Bengals still can’t put together a winning effort. Steelers vs Giants should be a great matchup of 5-1 on 10/26.

Carolina Panthers (5-2) 30 New Orleans Saints (3-4) 7 – Delhomme led the Panthers over the Saints with two touchdown passes.

St. Louis Rams  (2-4) 34 Dallas Cowboys (4-3) 14 – The Rams shocked another NFC East contender on Sunday as the Cowboys lost in their first game with injured QB Tony Romo.

Tennessee Titans (6-0) 34 Kansas City Chiefs (1-5) 10 – The Titans are going strong at 6-0 while the Chiefs continue their struggles.

Green Bay Packers (4-3) 34 Indianapolis Colts (3-3) 14 – Rodgers outgunned Manning and the Colts to get the Packers above .500.

Baltimore Ravens (3-3) 27 Miami Dolphins (2-4) 13 – The Ravens were too much for the Dolphins today.

Chicago Bears (4-3) 48 Minnesota Vikings (3-4) 41 – Orton and the Bears won the shootout with the Vikings which included two TDs by the Bears QB.

Buffalo Bills (5-1) 23 San Diego Chargers (3-4) 14 – The Bills continued to impress with their 5th win on the season.

Oakland Raiders (2-4) 16 New York Jets (3-3) 13 – The Raiders surprised the Jets with an overtime win on Sunday.

Houston Texans (2-4) 28 Detroit Lions (0-6) 21 – The Lions lost the battle of who’s worse today as the Texans got their 2nd win of the year.

Washington Redskins (5-2) 14 Cleveland Browns (2-4) 11 – The Redskins remain a force in the NFC East with 5 wins while the Browns dropped their 4th game.

Tampa Bay Bucs 20 (5-2) vs Seattle Seahawks 10 (1-5) –  The Bucs looked good in their Sunday night win over the Seattle Seahawks.

Monday Night Football 10/20/08
New England Patriots (4-2) 41 vs Denver Broncos (4-3) 7 –
No that wasn’t Tom Brady throwing the ball on Monday night. Matt Cassell finally looked like a Patriots QB throwing 2 TD’s to Randy Moss in a rout of the Denver Broncos.

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