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NFL SPOTLIGHT / WEEK 5

In Quotes

October 02, 2000

"I don't know if I even broke a sweat out there in the first half."

LOMAS BROWN

New York Giant offensive tackle in reference to his team holding the ball only 16 plays and 5:33 of the initial 30 minutes in a 28-14 loss to Tennessee

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"That guy under center can take a team with wounded receivers and win the football game. We've got some fighters on this team, I'll tell you that."

DAVE CAMPO

Dallas coach on quarterback Troy Aikman after the Cowboys defeated Carolina, 16-13, in overtime

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"Should've, could've, would've. We can't live like that. We need to go down there and score points. With the players we have on offense, we need to go out there and make plays."

ERIC MOULDS

Buffalo wide receiver, who caught nine passes for 112 yards, but still couldn't do enough in an 18-16 loss to Indianapolis

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The Rams' 614-yard performance against San Diego is tied for 12th in NFL history with the Kansas City Chiefs, who did it Oct. 23, 1966, against Denver. . . . Detroit's Jason Hanson has missed three of four field goal attempts in the last three games. Hanson hasn't missed more than six in an entire season since 1994. . . . In New England's 28-19 victory at Denver, the Patriots scored touchdowns on their first two drives for the first time in the regular season since 1996. . . . When Miami quarterback Jay Fiedler scrambled for 30 yards on a broken play in the second quarter in a 31-16 victory over Cincinnati, it was the longest run by a Miami quarterback since Scott Mitchell ran for 32 yards at Philadelphia on Nov. 14, 1993.

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