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Two-minute Drill

November 25, 2002|Houston Mitchell

Baltimore 13, Tennessee 12: If you lose to a team with Jeff Blake at QB, you've really accomplished a lot.

Atlanta 41, Carolina 0: Panther players say they are embarrassed for their fans. All three of them?

Chicago 20, Det. 17 (OT): Lions win overtime coin flip, elect to kick. Cancel IQ test for Coach Mornhinweg.

Dallas 21, Jacksonville 19: Cowboys used to be unimpressed by wins like this. Now they tout them.

Miami 30, San Diego 3: Chargers have lost four of seven. When will Doug Flutie demand a chance to start?

Cleveland 24, New Orleans 15: If Browns make playoffs, will Brian Sipe throw out the first interception?

Pittsburgh 29, Cin. 21: Bettis passes O.J. on career rushing list. But he can't touch him on the golf course.

N.Y. Jets 31, Buffalo 13: Teammates compare Pennington's moves to Elvis. Elvis Costello.

Washington 20, St. Louis 17: When does Bulger return? This backup they have just can't win.

New England 24, Minn. 17: Brady passes for three TDs. His sister Jan complains he gets all the attention.

Oakland 41, Arizona 20: More Raider fans than Cardinal fans at game. Which prison is near Tempe?

Seattle 39, K.C. 32: Matt Hasselbeck looks good, and drives a cool talking car. Oh, that was Hasselhoff.

Houston 16, N.Y. Giants 14: Now Texans have only been outscored by 105 points this season.

Tampa Bay 21, Green Bay 7: Sapp-Sherman exchange is similar to classic Austin-Rock arguments.

Indianapolis 23, Denver 20 (OT): Who came up with this "First team that scores, wins" rule? Dick Dastardly?

Philadelphia at S.F., tonight, Ch. 7, 6 p.m.: Maybe his bus will break down and Madden won't be there.

-- Houston Mitchell

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