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NFL Summaries


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STEELERS 24, BROWNS 10

Cleveland 0 3 7 0--10

Pittsburgh 0 10 7 7--24

Second Quarter

Pit--FG Suisham 41, 7:53.

Cle--FG Dawson 51, 3:48.

Pit--Pope 1 pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick), :47.

Third Quarter

Cle--Little 7 pass from Lewis (Dawson kick), 11:03.

Pit--A.Brown 9 pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick), 4:39.

Fourth Quarter

Pit--Burress 12 pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick), 3:20.

Attendance--51,831.

   CLE    PIT
   First downs      18      17
   Total Net Yards    320     212
   Rushes-yards      26-138  28-91
   Passing 182    121
   Punt Returns      1-7     1-10
   Kickoff Returns 3-71  2-46
   Interceptions Ret.     0-0     1-1
   Comp-Att-Int      22-32-1 15-23-0
   Sacked-Yards Lost  4-22  2-13
   Punts    3-38.3  6-41.8
   Fumbles-Lost   3-3   0-0
   Penalties-Yards   9-79    3-58
   Time of Possession     29:39   30:21
   INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING--Cleveland, B.Jackson 8-54, Hardesty 14-37, Ventrone 1-35, Ogbonnaya 2-9, Lewis 1-3. Pittsburgh, Dwyer 11-52, Redman 6-26, Mendenhall 6-19, Rainey 1-2, Roethlisberger 2-(minus 2), A.Brown 2-(minus 6).

PASSING--Cleveland, Lewis 22-32-1-204. Pittsburgh, Roethlisberger 15-23-0-134.

RECEIVING--Cleveland, Watson 7-64, Benjamin 4-43, Gordon 4-39, Little 3-38, Ogbonnaya 2-3, Cribbs 1-9, Cooper 1-8. Pittsburgh, Sanders 2-28, Burress 2-24, A.Brown 2-22, Cotchery 2-21, W.Johnson 2-17, Mendenhall 2-1, Redman 1-11, Dwyer 1-9, Pope 1-1.

MISSED FIELD GOALS--Cleveland, Dawson 39 (WR).

BUCCANEERS 22, FALCONS 17

Tampa Bay 3 10 9 0--22

Atlanta 3 0 7 7--17

First Quarter

TB--FG Barth 48, 6:24.

Atl--FG Bryant 28, 2:24.

Second Quarter

TB--Williams 8 pass from Freeman (Barth kick), 8:43.

TB--FG Barth 22, 3:03.

Third Quarter

TB--FG Barth 42, 10:47.

Atl--Turner 17 run (Bryant kick), 3:45.

TB--Martin 40 run (pass failed), 1:43.

Fourth Quarter

Atl--Douglas 7 pass from Ryan (Bryant kick), 7:02.

Attendance--69,644.

   TB    ATL
   First downs      18      15
   Total Net Yards    366     278
   Rushes-yards      30-144  16-65
   Passing 222    213
   Punt Returns      3-35   4-42
   Kickoff Returns   1-23   3-59
   Interceptions Ret.     0-0     1-11
   Comp-Att-Int     19-35-1 28-44-0
   Sacked-Yards Lost  0-0  2-25
   Punts    5-50.2  7-43.6
   Fumbles-Lost   0-0   0-0
   Penalties-Yards   2-15    2-15
   Time of Possession   32:05   27:55
   INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING--Tampa Bay, Martin 28-142, Freeman 1-1, Underwood 1-1. Atlanta, Rodgers 5-28, Turner 6-18, Ryan 2-11, Snelling 3-8.

PASSING--Tampa Bay, Freeman 19-35-1-222. Atlanta, Ryan 28-44-0-238.

RECEIVING--Tampa Bay, Williams 6-65, Martin 4-18, Jackson 3-50, Stocker 3-50, Underwood 2-27, Lorig 1-12. Atlanta, Rodgers 8-50, White 5-42, Gonzalez 5-41, Douglas 4-21, Jones 3-56, Snelling 2-25, Cox 1-3.

MISSED FIELD GOALS--None.

GIANTS 42, EAGLES 7

Philadelphia 0 7 0 0-- 7

N.Y. Giants 21 14 0 7--42

First Quarter

NYG--Randle 3 pass from Manning (Tynes kick), 10:36.

NYG--Randle 38 pass from Manning (Tynes kick), 6:24.

NYG--Wilson 15 pass from Manning (Tynes kick), 1:18.

Second Quarter

Phi--Maclin 7 pass from Vick (Henery kick), 12:06.

NYG--Bradshaw 1 run (Tynes kick), 6:26.

NYG--Cruz 24 pass from Manning (Tynes kick), :04.

Fourth Quarter

NYG--Hynoski 1 pass from Manning (Tynes kick), 6:51.

Attendance--80,657.

   PHI    NYG
   First downs      18      32
   Total Net Yards    317     397
   Rushes-yards      27-110  35-185
   Passing   207   212
   Punt Returns      2-4     0-0
   Kickoff Returns   4-100   1-29
   Interceptions Ret. … 

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