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NFL SPOTLIGHT / WEEK 10

In Quotes

November 06, 2000

"You expect to make every kick. I missed two today. I made three, but it's still the fact that I missed two. You've got to forget about them. Hopefully, I'll still be around here."

KRIS HEPPNER

Redskin kicker, the team's third this season, on his performance in Washington's 16-15 loss at Arizona

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"We didn't come here for consolation prizes."

BILL COWHER

Pittsbugh coach, on his team seeing its five-game winning streak end in a 9-7 loss to Tennessee

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"That shows they have no respect for our defense. And why should they?"

LANCE SHULTERS

49er safety, on New Orleans converting three of four fourth-down attempts in the Saints' 31-15 victory

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"I wasn't surprised to be booed."

RANDALL CUNNINGHAM

Cowboy quarterback, on his return to Philadelphia, where he led the Eagles to three consecutive playoff appearances earlier in his career

ETC.

Jerry Rice extended his NFL-record streak of games in which he has caught a pass to 219 with a three-yard catch in the first quarter against New Orleans. . . . Philadelphia defensive end Hugh Douglas recorded his career-high 13th sack in the fourth quarter against Dallas. . . . Before scoring a touchdown against Cincinnati, Baltimore had gone 60 possessions without one. . . . After yielding 407 yards rushing in their last game at Cincinnati, the Denver allowed 88 in a 30-23 victory over the New York Jets. . . . The Cleveland Browns' three sacks against the New York Giants gave them 27 this season after recording only 25 in 1999.

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