NFL Today, Week 10
Monday, Nov. 14
Minnesota (2-6) at Green Bay (8-0), 8:30 p.m. EST. The Packers look to take another step toward a perfect season against the rival Vikings.
- John Skelton, Cardinals, passed for 315 yards and three touchdowns in Arizona's 21-17 win over Philadelphia.
- Tom Brady, Patriots was 26 of 39 for 329 yards and three touchdowns in New England's 37-16 win over the Jets. It was the 40th time he reached the 300-yard mark in a regular-season game, breaking a tie with Hall of Famer Joe Montana for eighth on the NFL's list. He also joined New Orleans' Drew Brees as the only players to throw for 3,000 yards in their team's first nine games. Brees also accomplished the feat this season.
- Tony Romo, Cowboys, was 23 of 26 with three touchdowns in Dallas' 44-7 win over Buffalo.
- Chris Johnson, Titans, ran for a season-high 130 yards and a touchdown in Tennessee's 30-3 win over Carolina.
- Rookie DeMarco Murray, Cowboys, had 20 carries for 135 yards and a touchdown and had 35 yards on six receptions in Dallas' 44-7 win over Buffalo. Fred Jackson, Bills, gained 114 yards on 13 carries.
- Steven Jackson, Rams, rushed for 128 yards in St. Louis' 13-12 win over Cleveland.
- Maurice Jones-Drew, Jaguars, rushed for 114 yards and a TD in Jacksonville's 17-3 win over Indianapolis.
- Arian Foster, Texans, had four receptions for 102 yards and a touchdown to go with 84 yards rushing and a score in Houston's 37-9 win over Tampa Bay.
- Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks, rushed for 109 yards and a touchdown in Seattle's 22-17 win over Baltimore.
- Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals, caught seven passes for 146 yards and two touchdowns in Arizona's 21-17 win over Philadelphia.
- Rob Gronkowski, Patriots, had eight catches for 113 yards and two touchdowns in New England's 37-16 win over the Jets.
- Damian Williams, Titans, had 107 yards receiving and a touchdown in Tennessee's 30-3 win over Carolina.
- Rookie Leonard Hankerson, Redskins, had eight catches for 106 yards in Washington's 20-9 loss to Miami.
- Marc Mariani, Titans, returned a punt 79 yards for a touchdown in Tennessee's 30-3 win over Carolina.
- Steven Hauschka, Seahawks, matched a franchise record with five field goals in Seattle's 22-17 win over Baltimore.
- Devin Hester, Bears, returned a punt 82 yards for a TD in Chicago's 37-13 win over Detroit.
- Terence Newman, Cowboys, returned one of his two interceptions for a touchdown in Dallas' 44-7 win over Buffalo.
- Rob Ninkovich, Patriots, returned one of his two interceptions for a 12-yard touchdown in New England's 37-16 win over the Jets.
- Asante Samuel, Eagles, returned an interception 20 yards for a touchdown in Philadelphia's 21-17 loss to Arizona.
- Andre Carter, Patriots, had 4½ sacks in New England's 37-16 win over the Jets.
Bill Belichick and Tom Brady of the Patriots have 117 wins together -- the most for any QB and coach pair in NFL history. .. Dallas' Tony Romo set the franchise record for single-game accuracy, finishing 23 of 26 (88.5 percent). ... The Cowboys scored their most points since Sept. 9, 2007, and had their most lopsided win since Oct. 22, 2000, in their 44-7 win over Buffalo. ... Cincinnati's Andy Dalton has 14 touchdown passes this season, the most by a rookie quarterback in his first nine games since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. ... Denver became the first team to lead at halftime without a completion since the Green Bay Packers led the Chicago Bears 14-0 on Oct. 31, 1994. ... Leonard Hankerson became the first Washington rookie since 2001 with 100 yards receiving. ... Houston's Matt Schaub has thrown 10 TD passes and just one interception in five road games. ... Houston, which is ranked No. 1 in total defense for the first time, has limited opponents to just over 10 points per game during its four-game winning streak. ... The Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald broke the franchise record with his 70th career TD. Roy Green had 69 from 1979-90. ... Dallas' Jason Witten passed Hall of Famer Ozzie Newsome for the third-most catches by a tight end in NFL history. ... Jacksonville's Maurice Jones-Drew has six 100-yard games in 11 tries against Indianapolis and has gained 1,043 of his 6,102 yards against the Colts. ... Chris Gamble had the 26th interception of his career, giving him the Panthers all-time franchise record. ... Baltimore's Joe Flacco had a career-high 52 pass attempts.
Pittsburgh has won eight of its past nine in Cincinnati. ... The Redskins dropped their fifth consecutive game, the longest losing streak of Mike Shanahan's career as a head coach. They haven't held a lead since Oct. 2, when they beat St. Louis. ... The Dolphins ended a franchise-record streak of seven consecutive losses in Miami since last Nov. 14. ... Arizona snapped an 11-game road losing streak. ... Carolina is 4-21 over its last 25 games.
The Colts had their lowest point total since 1997 in their 17-3 loss to Jacksonville. Indy has lost as many regular-season home games this season (five) as it did in the three previous years it played at Lucas Oil Stadium. ... Carolina's Jason Baker has had 11 of his punts returned for touchdowns, the most of any active punter in the NFL. ... Eagles QB Michael Vick has been intercepted 10 times this season. He threw six in 2010. ... The Eagles blew a fourth-quarter lead for the fifth time this season and have lost seven of their past eight home games. ... The Browns haven't scored a touchdown in more than 123 consecutive minutes at home. ... The four interceptions by Detroit's Matthew Stafford matched his season total entering the game. ... The 49ers defense has gone 31 straight games without allowing a 100-yard rusher.
Denver lost Willis McGahee and Knowshon Moreno to injuries in the first quarter and still managed to beat the Chiefs. McGahee hurt his hamstring near the end of the Broncos' opening drive, and although coach John Fox said he was available in an emergency, their leading rusher never returned. Moreno went down later in the first quarter with a sprained knee. Cincinnati's A.J. Green, who leads all rookie NFL receivers, jarred his right knee when he landed awkwardly on a 36-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter of the Bengals' loss to Pittsburgh. Green returned on the next series, but was held out as a precaution after his knee tightened up at halftime.
"We didn't do anything right. There isn't one thing that we can hang our hat on. It was just an overall pathetic effort by us." -- Carolina tight end Greg Olsen after a 30-3 loss to Tennessee.
Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press
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