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Houston Mitchell's two-minute drill

Thirteen one-liners on Week 6 in the NFL.

October 19, 2009|Houston Mitchell

Houston 28, at Cincinnati 17: Bengals' plan to win every game in the last two minutes finally backfires on them.

at Minnesota 33, Balt. 31: Favre so excited about win he announces he has almost, but not quite, made up mind about returning next year.

at Pittsburgh 27, Cleveland 14: The DX effect? Roethlisberger is undefeated since co-hosting "Monday Night Raw."

Kansas City 14, at Washington 6: Longtime Globetrotters opponent the Washington Generals ask if they can play Redskins next.

at Green Bay 26, Detroit 0: Packers win, but the victory does nothing to help their strength of schedule component in BCS standings.

at Jacksonville 23, St. Louis 20 (OT): Rams fans try to find a way to use "Lemon Law" to force L.A. to take Rams back.

at New Orleans 48, N.Y. Giants 27: This is why Eli Manning's name never shows when talking about the best quarterback in the NFL.

Carolina 28, at Tampa Bay 21: Somewhere, Jon Gruden is sitting at home smiling. Well, as close as he gets to smiling.

at Oakland 13, Phila. 9: A confused Al Davis, thinking it's 1981, wants to know why Pete Rozelle hasn't given him his Super Bowl trophy.

Arizona 27, at Seattle 3: With the Arena League no more, where will the future Kurt Warners come from?

at New England 59, Tenn. 0: Brady completed only 29 of 34 passes. What happened on those five incompletions? Patriots should bench him.

Buffalo 16, at N.Y. Jets 13: See, Pete Carroll knew what he was talking about. So much for the Mark Sanchez era.

at Atlanta 21, Chicago 14: OK, Jay Cutler vs. Mike Ditka, who do you have? But wait, Cutler has to wear a Ditka jersey.

Open date: Dallas, Indianapolis, Miami,

San Francisco

-- Houston Mitchell

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