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NFL SPOTLIGHT WEEK 10

Two Minute Drill

November 19, 2001|Jim Barrero

CLEVELAND 27, at BALTIMORE 17

By sweeping the Super Bowl champs, Browns can trash talk. And if they still played at Municipal Stadium is would be all the more fitting.

SEATTLE 23, at BUFFALO 20

Seahawks win despite Matt Hasselbeck's "efficient" 16-for-23, 134-yard performance. Those Trent Dilfer lessons are finally rubbing off.

SAN FRANCISCO 25, at CAROLINA 22, OT

George Seifert's dark glasses hide the pain of a coach who hopes he soon will wake up from the nightmare that is the Panthers.

TENNESSEE 20, at CINCINNATI 7

Darlings after a 2-0 start, Bengals have lost five of seven. Titans have the same record, but at least Jon Kitna's not their quarterback.

PHILADELPHIA 36, at DALLAS 3

Eagles glad their trip to Dallas didn't go up in smoke. Then again, playing against Ryan Leaf certainly isn't reason to be paranoid.

ATLANTA 23, at GREEN BAY 20

Rumor that Atlanta mayor will declare it "Chris Akins Day" sometime this week can't be confirmed. Mike Sherman scheduled to speak.

at NEW ORLEANS 34, INDIANAPOLIS 20

Peyton Manning's fractured jaw forced him to play with a mouthpiece for the first time. Makes cursing under your breath much easier.

NEW YORK JETS 24, at MIAMI 0

Local Miami television station already planning "Eight Is Enough" marathon in hopes of sending subliminal message to Dolphins.

CHICAGO 27, at TAMPA BAY 24

"Our guys work awful hard. That's why we're 7-2," Bear Coach Dick Jauron says. Sounds like he's picking a fight with Marty Mornhinweg.

at OAKLAND 34, SAN DIEGO 24

Second consecutive underwhelming effort has Rich Gannon feeling ornery in victory. He's just setting a good example for Jon Gruden.

at PITTSBURGH 20, JACKSONVILLE 7

Kordell Stewart plays his best game in years. It's easy to be focused with Jonathan Quinn (Medicine Man?) as your counterpart.

at ARIZONA 45, DETROIT 38

It was touch and go there for a while, but order was restored. What could be better than 0-10 by supper time on Thanksgiving?

WASHINGTON 17, at DENVER 10

Bronco-killer Kent Graham comes to the rescue and all of a sudden those Redskin kids are finding ways to win like all good teams do.

ST. LOUIS 24, at NEW ENGLAND 17

Quarterback controversy brewing as Tom Brady falters. Haven't seen drama like this since Marcia brought home Warren Mulaney.

KANSAS CITY

Open date.

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