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Nfl Week 7

Two-minute Drill

October 26, 2009|Houston Mitchell

New England 35, Tampa Bay 7: In London, the touchdown drives are always on the wrong side of the field.

at Cincinnati 45, Chicago 10: Note to Bears: When you let one of your No. 1 picks go, make sure it's not to a team you play soon.

San Diego 37, at Kansas City 7: The whole Matt Cassel acquisition isn't working out the way the Chiefs imagined.

Indianapolis 42, at St. Louis 6: It was "Bring Your Daughter to Work Day," but the Rams thought it was "Play Like Your Daughters Day."

Green Bay 31, at Cleveland 3: Browns have a very logical reason for losing: They just aren't very good.

at Houston 24, San Francisco 21: What happened to all of that "Mike Singletary, coaching genius and master motivator" talk?

at Pittsburgh 27, Minnesota 17: Looks as if the Brett Favre end-of-season collapse is going to start early this season.

Buffalo 20, at Carolina 9: Panthers petition the NFL to award victories to the team with the most yards in the game.

N.Y. Jets 38, at Oakland 0: A confused Al Davis seeks out Joe Namath after the game to say he loved him on "The Brady Bunch" last week.

at Dallas 37, Atlanta 21: Even though he's not on the team anymore, Terrell Owens angry after the game that Romo never looked his way.

New Orleans 46, at Miami 34: Dolphins don't mind losing, because everyone knows that Miami is really a baseball town.

Arizona 24, at N.Y. Giants 17: Both teams were slowed by stragglers from the just-ended Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band concert.

Open date: Baltimore, Denver, Detroit, Jacksonville, Seattle, Tennessee

-- Houston Mitchell

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