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Two-minute Drill

September 18, 2006|HOUSTON MITCHELL

at Atlanta 14, Tampa Bay 3: Do the Falcons even need wide receivers?

at Baltimore 28, Oakland 6: If Al Davis tried to move his team now, no one would want it.

at Chicago 34, Detroit 7: Who would win -- the 2006 Bears, or Ditka?

at Cincinnati 34, Cleveland 17: Quarterbacks everywhere would hurt their knee if they could come back like Palmer.

at Indianapolis 43, Houston 24: Manning passes Unitas in completions (passed him in bad commercials long ago).

at Minnesota 16, Carolina 13 (OT): You have to wonder if Garo Yepremian was watching.

N.Y. Giants 30, at Philadelphia 24 (OT): Eagles usually wait until playoffs to choke away wins.

Buffalo 16, at Miami 6: Dolphins fans boo Culpepper, look back wistfully at glory years of A.J. Feeley.

New Orleans 34, at Green Bay 27: Saints are the feel-good story of the season heading into return to Superdome.

at San Francisco 20, St. Louis 13: Mike Nolan vs. Rams: 3-0. His father when coaching 49ers vs. Rams: 2-13-1.

at Seattle 21, Arizona 10: And in the second week, the Cardinals returned to reality.

at Denver 9, Kansas City 6 (OT): Are they putting the footballs in a humidor in Denver too?

at San Diego 40, Tennessee 7: Yeah, it's obvious Steve McNair was holding back the Titans all these years.

New Eng. 24, at N.Y. Jets 17: Belichick-Mangini reunion had all the warmth of a Tom Cruise-Nicole Kidman meeting.

at Dallas 27, Washington 10: After he recovers, will T.O. still be able to use a Sharpie?

Tonight's game: Pittsburgh at Jacksonville, ESPN, 5:30 p.m.

-- HOUSTON MITCHELL

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