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Houston Mitchell's two-minute drill

A quick-hitting look around the NFL in Week 8.

November 02, 2009|Houston Mitchell

at Baltimore 30, Denver 7: If you're going to fall from the undefeated ranks, you might as well leave no doubt about it.

Houston 31, at Buffalo 10: Suddenly, Terrell Owens has fond memories of his good friend and favorite quarterback, Tony Romo.

at Chicago 30, Cleveland 6: Had a bad couple of weeks? On a losing streak? Just play the Browns and all of that will end.

Miami 30, at N.Y. Jets 25: Dolphins win despite stress of trying to keep Bob Griese away from Mark Sanchez all week.

St. Louis 17, at Detroit 10: St. Louis fans disappointed, as 18 straight losses would have entitled them to free chicken wings at next home game.

at Philadelphia 40, N.Y. Giants 17: Eagles should have saved some of their points and sent them over to the Phillies.

at Indianapolis 18, San Francisco 14: You know you're good when ESPN says you had an off day in a game you finished 31 for 48 for 347 yards.

at Dallas 38, Seattle 17: Miles Austin, Stone Cold Steve Austin should discuss line of "Austin 3:16 says I just scored six points" T-shirts.

at San Diego 24, Oakland 16: A confused Al Davis seeks out NFL officials after game to discuss possible AFL-NFL merger.

at Tennessee 30, Jacksonville 13: See, fans of last season's Lions? It's not easy to lose every game, so take pride in your team.

Carolina 34, at Arizona 21: People in Arizona are beginning to wonder if last season's Super Bowl was a mass hallucination.

Minnesota 38, at Green Bay 26: Still unhappy about last week's comment, Brett Favre fans set up picket line around this week's comment.

Open date: Cincinnati, Kansas City, New England, Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay, Washington

-- Houston Mitchell

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