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NFL Week 9 two-minute drill

A quick-hitting, game-by-game look at games around the league.

November 06, 2011|By Athan Atsales
  • Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Buffalo Bills in the third quarter Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson celebrates after scoring a touchdown… (Kevin Hoffman / US Presswire )

N.Y. Jets 27, at Buffalo 11: Bills owner Ralph Wilson must feel like a jinx. He missed first four home games, all wins, with a broken hip.

at Dallas 23, Seattle 13: If the Dallas fans are pleased with this victory after last week's disaster, then Seattle finally fooled someone.

at Houston 30, Cleveland 12: Browns may want to practice comebacks a lot more, having been outscored, 58-6, in first quarters.

Atlanta 31, at Indianapolis 7: Curtis Painter has never won an NFL start, the ninth hint that Colts are pitiful minus Peyton Manning.

Miami 31, at Kansas City 3: Formerly winless Dolphins cleverly saw video of Chiefs' first two games, when they were outscored 89-10.

at New Orleans 27, Tampa Bay 16: Buccaneers stupidly watched video of the formerly winless Rams' blowout of Saints last week.

San Francisco 19, at Washington 11: Bad news, Redskins fans. Coach Mike Shanahan doesn't have third quarterback on the roster.

Denver 38, at Oakland 24: Misguided Raiders stop Tim Tebow's passing (124 yards), but not his 117 of whopping 298 yards rushing.

Cincinnati 24, at Tennessee 17: Now that the Bengals have rid themselves of the supposed must-have stars, they are actually good.

at Arizona 19, St. Louis 13 (OT): Arizona fans probably yelling, "No, no" when Patrick Peterson caught OT punt at one. He scored.

N.Y. Giants 24, at New England 20: Ahhhhh, makes sense. Giants still have 14 players from 2008 Super Bowl team; Patriots only seven.

Green Bay 45, at San Diego 38: Difficult to outscore potent Packers when Philip Rivers adds two interceptions returned for scores.

Baltimore 23, at Pittsburgh 20: Used to be the Steelers wanted to put the game in hands of their defense with the outcome on the line.

Off: Carolina, Detroit, Jacksonville, Minnesota.?

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