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NFL SPOTLIGHT / WEEK 4

Two-Minute Drill

September 25, 2000|HOUSTON MITCHELL

at BALTIMORE 37, CINCINNATI 0

Bengal fans wonder what all the fuss in L.A. is about, after all, they haven't had a pro football team in Cincinnati for years either.

DETROIT 21, at CHICAGO 14

Maybe Cade McNown should go back to UCLA. The Bruins need a quarterback, and he was actually a pretty good player in college. Not like now.

SAN FRANCISCO 41, at DALLAS 24

When Jerry Rice, Troy Aikman and Emmitt Smith get together, you know one thing for sure: They were good players a long time ago.

at MIAMI 10, NEW ENGLAND 3

Dolphins have given up only 22 points in four games. A good thing considering Jay Fiedler is their quarterback.

PHILADELPHIA 21, at NEW ORLEANS 7

Saints are 0-4 in games in which Ricky Williams rushes for 100 yards. Which goes to prove the old theory: the Saints are no good.

ST. LOUIS 41, at ATLANTA 20

You read it here first: Rams will go undefeated and win another Super Bowl, but everyone will still loathe Georgia Frontiere.

TENNESSEE 23, at PITTSBURGH 20

Steelers are 0-3 and have lost 10 of their last 11. Bill Cowher should give Davey Johnson a call to plan a joint vacation.

GREEN BAY 29, at ARIZONA 3

Afterward, Arizona Coach Vince Tobin says: "We're not high school players or college players out here." No, they would have played better.

KANSAS CITY 23, at DENVER 22

Chiefs bring their red pants and win, causing team to talk about the good old days of Len Dawson, which is better than talking about Elvis Grbac.

at OAKLAND 36, CLEVELAND 10

Tim Couch reverts to his old self, passing for only 141 yards. They could have gone to Levitz and bought a couch that folds up for a lot less money.

SEATTLE 20, at SAN DIEGO 12

In his 14 NFL games, Ryan Leaf has 27 turnovers and three touchdown passes, leaving one question: What are the Chargers waiting for?

NEW YORK JETS 21, at TAMPA BAY 17

Jets now have the longest winning streak in the NFL (eight games). Isn't that one of the signs the world is coming to an end?

WASHINGTON 16, at NEW YORK GIANTS 6

If you spend $100-million and face a must-win game in Week 4, you've made a mistake. Or, you're the Dodgers.

BUFFALO, CAROLINA, MINNESOTA

These three teams had open dates this week. Which gives people in those regions more time to watch NBC's thrilling Olympic coverage.

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