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Saturday, January 15, 2005

Sunday, January 16, 2005

NFL SUNDAY LIVE

Ryan Clark hits Anquan Boldin high, giving the 49ers a first down and knocking himself out of the game in the process. San Francisco is in the red zone, trailing by just 3.

GRAY CONTRITE AFTER BENCHING

"I'm glad we got the team win. I think it would have stung more if I didn't play and we would have lost the game."

Patriots RB Jonas Gray, who didn't play after showing up late to practice on Friday. Bill Belichick said of the benching, "We do what we think is best."

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Seahawks 19, Cardinals 3

Russell Wilson -- 17-of-22, 211 yards, TD, 73 rushing yards -- and Steven Hauschka's foot -- 4-of-5 field goals -- were more than enough for the Seahawks (7-4) to get a win at home over Arizona (9-2).

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One play after a Stedman Bailey TD is wiped out by a penalty, the Rams go right back to Bailey for the first receiving TD of his career, cutting the Chargers' lead to 3 with just over 2 minutes left.

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PLAYING THE WRONG POSITION?

After converting another fake punt, Rams punter Rams punter Johnny Hekker is 5-of-6 passing in his career with 5 first downs.

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After the Frank Gore fumble, Washington settles for a field goal and takes a 13-10 lead midway through the fourth quarter in Santa Clara.

Look at two

Peyton Manning hit Demaryius Thomas for a touchdown and then the Broncos converted a two-point conversion to cut Miamis lead down to three.

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"That was the most amazing play I've ever seen on a football field. Because it was like David and Goliath. Hall of Fame, greatest kick returner of all-time vs. slow, fat, left guard rookie. And the guy makes the tackle. Unbelievable."

Browns OL Joe Thomas on Joel Bitonio's tackle of Devin Hester to prevent a TD at the end of the first half of Cleveland's win over Atlanta.

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T.Y. Hilton's wife wasn't due until Dec. 15, so no wonder the Colts' WR was ignoring his hotel phone ringing early this morning. If it weren't for a knock on his door at 5:15 a.m. with someone telling him his wife was in labor, he may have missed his daughter's birth. Only three hours of sleep for dad

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ALLEN ATONES

Chargers WR Keenan Allen makes up for his two fumbles, taking the Philip Rivers pass 29 yards into the end zone to give San Diego a 27-17 lead with just 8:09 left.

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SKINS STAYING GROUNDED

Washington settles for a field goal, tying the game at 10-10. Alfred Morris has more yards on the ground (110) than Robert Griffin III has through the air (93) today.

Robert Griffin III takes a big helmet-to-helmet hit, but stays in the game. Washington has moved into the red zone and Colt McCoy is warming up on the sidelines in case he's needed.

Keenan Allen had lost just one fumble in his career coming into today. He's lost two against the Rams, the latest coming after his fourth catch of the day.

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So far this season, the Arizona Cardinals have outscored opponents 91-34 in the fourth quarter, which is the fewest points allowed by any team in the NFL.

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Wilson better vs. pressure

Today, Russell Wilson is 8-of-8 for 111 yards against the blitz. Last year, in Seattle's 17-10 Week 16 loss at home to Arizona, Wilson was 5-of-14 for 35 yards and an INT against the blitz.

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The Cardinals are down by 16 points -- their largest deficit since Week 5 when they fell behind by 21 at Denver. That means their two largest deficits this season have come against the two Super Bowl representatives from last year.

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The Rams respond to the Chargers' quick run with a touchdown of their own. Tavon Austin scores his first TD of the year on a 6-yard run, cutting the Chargers' lead to 20-17.

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Seattle gets first TD of game

After five field goals, finally a TD. Russell Wilson hit Cooper Helfet for a 20-yard score to give the Seahawks a 19-3 lead over the Cardinals just before the start of the fourth quarter.

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