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Nfl Week 10 : Two-minute Drill

November 16, 2009|Houston Mitchell

at Carolina 28, Atlanta 19: Matt Ryan must be a baseball fan, since he is bringing the sophomore jinx over to football.

at Miami 25, Tampa Bay 23: Time to call an immediate moratorium on all "Henne-powered" headlines or references.

at Minnesota 27, Detroit 10: After Lions lose for 31st time in 33 games, Donald Sterling might start showing interest in buying them.

Jacksonville 24, at N.Y. Jets 22: It seems all that "Mark Sanchez is the next Joe Namath" talk turned out to be a bit premature.

Cincinnati 18, at Pittsburgh 12: Pete Carroll calls Carson Palmer after game wanting to know why he didn't run up the score.

New Orleans 28, at St. Louis 23: Rams mistakenly thought Sunday was "tribute to Dieter Brock" day.

at Tennessee 41, Buffalo 17: Titans trying to rally from way down (0-6) to make the playoffs. In sports, that's now called a "Zenyatta."

at Washington 27, Denver 17: It appears most of the good teams got together this week and decided to lose in the interest of parity.

Kansas City 16, at Oakland 10: A confused Al Davis says it's no shame losing to any Hank Stram-coached team.

at Arizona 31, Seattle 20: Beanie Wells scores twice, then dedicates game to his old friend Cecil the seasick sea serpent.

at Green Bay 17, Dallas 7: It's safe to say Tony Romo will be one of those quarterbacks who are always one step shy of greatness.

at San Diego 31, Philadelphia 23: Tomlinson passes Franco Harris in career rushing yards, but Harris still leads in best career facial hair.

at Indianapolis 35, New England 34: If the Patriots are the evil Empire, would that make Peyton Manning Luke Skywalker or Han Solo?

Open date: N.Y. Giants, Houston

-- Houston Mitchell

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