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Two-minute Drill

October 28, 2002|Brad Nelson

Cleveland 24, N.Y. Jets 21: Much-maligned quarterback Tim Couch leads comeback for Browns.

Kansas City 20, Oakland 10: Bad sign for Raiders: one touchdown against league's lowest-ranked defense.

Tampa Bay 12, Carolina 9: Quarterback Rob Johnson does just enough to win in debut as Buccaneer starter.

Atlanta 37, New Orleans 35: Michael Vick and the Falcons turn NFC South into a three-team race.

Tennessee 30, Cincinnati 24: Unfazed, Bengal Coach Dick LeBeau predicts win at Houston next week.

Minnesota 25, Chicago 7: Vikings discover there's nothing wrong with a dull, efficient offense.

Pittsburgh 31, Baltimore 18: Steelers can thank Tommy Maddox and whoever put them in AFC North.

San Francisco 38, Arizona 28: Slow start dooms improving Cardinals in first-place showdown.

Denver 24, New England 16: Maybe Patriots were looking ahead to reunion with Drew Bledsoe in Buffalo.

Seattle 17, Dallas 14: Smith's record figures to be highlight of season for fast-fading Cowboys.

Buffalo 24, Detroit 17: Joey Harrington and the Lions come up just short again on the road.

Houston 21, Jacksonville 19: Home loss to an expansion team could mean long practices for Jaguars.

Washington 26, Indianapolis 21: Shane Matthews returns at quarterback and calms down Redskins.

N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia, tonight, 6, Ch. 7: Sack master Michael Strahan gives chase against scrambling quarterback Donovan McNabb.

Open--Miami, San Diego, Green Bay, St. Louis.

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