Monday, Nov. 6
Minnesota (7-1) at Green Bay (3-5) (8 p.m. CDT, ABC). The Vikings are coming off their first loss of the season, a 41-13 rout by Tampa Bay. The Packers blew a 17-0 lead in losing to Miami.
-- Lamar Smith, Dolphins, rushed for 125 yards and two touchdowns, including a 46-yarder, in Miami's 23-8 victory over Detroit.
-- Terrell Davis, Broncos, rushed for 115 yards -- his first 100-yard game since Denver won its second straight Super Bowl in January 1999 -- as the Broncos beat the New York Jets 30-23.
-- Tyrone Wheatley, Raiders, carried 20 times for 112 yards and a touchdown in Oakland's 49-31 victory over Kansas City.
-- Jamal Lewis, Ravens, carried 22 times for 109 yards and caught three passes for 70 more in Baltimore's 27-7 victory over Cincinnati.
-- Rich Gannon, Raiders, threw for four touchdowns, two to Andre Rison, as Oakland defeated Kansas City 49-31.
-- Brian Griese, Broncos, completed 23 of 35 passes for 327 yards and two touchdowns -- both to Ed McCaffrey -- in a 30-23 victory over the New York Jets.
-- Jeff Blake, Saints, completed 20 of 26 passes for 275 yards and three touchdowns, as New Orleans beat San Francisco 31-15. All of the touchdowns came in the first half as the Saints opened a 28-0 lead.
-- Kerry Collins, Giants, threw three touchdown passes and completed 19 of 31 passes for 257 in New York's 24-3 victory over Cleveland.
-- Joe Horn, Saints, caught nine passes for 167 yards, including a 43-yard touchdown, as New Orleans beat San Francisco 31-15.
-- Amani Toomer, Giants, caught six passes for 100 yards and two touchdowns in New York's 24-3 victory over Cleveland.
-- Keyshawn Johnson, Buccaneers, caught two touchdown passes in Tampa Bay's 27-14 victory over Atlanta.
-- Steve Christie, Bills, kicked his fourth game-winning field goal of the season, a 32-yarder, to give Buffalo a 16-13 overtime victory. He also tied the game with four seconds left in regulation with a 48-yarder.
-- Al Del Greco, Titans, accounted for all of his team's points with three field goals, including a 29-yarder with four seconds left, in Tennessee's 9-7 victory over Pittsburgh.
-- David Akers, Eagles, kicked a 32-yard field goal in overtime to give Philadelphia a 16-13 victory over Dallas. He tied the game with a 34-yarder with 11 seconds to go.
San Diego (0-9) has lost five games by three points or fewer, including Sunday's 17-15 loss at Seattle. ... Matt Stover kicked a first-quarter field goal to extend to 49 the number of consecutive points he scored for the Baltimore Ravens before they finally scored three touchdowns in a 27-7 victory. ... Philadelphia swept its season series against Dallas for the first time since 1990. ... Detroit trailed 14-0 against Miami before the Lions ran an offensive play. The Dolphins, who won 23-8, recovered an onsides kick between two touchdown drives.
San Diego had 398 total yards to Seattle's 128 in the Chargers' 17-15 loss to the Seahawks. ... Washington had a 27-11 advantage in first downs and 331-178 lead in total yards, but Arizona defeated the Redskins 16-15. ... The New York Jets had four incomplete passes from the 2 in the final minute in a 30-23 loss to Denver.
The Baltimore Ravens went 21 quarters and 60 possessions without a touchdown before Trent Dilfer threw three touchdown passes, two to Shannon Sharpe, in their 27-7 victory over Cincinnati. ... Tennessee, with a 9-7 victory over Pittsburgh, has won eight straight games after a season-opening defeat. ... Cleveland has gone 13 quarters without a touchdown following Sunday's 24-3 loss to the New York Giants.
Randall Cunningham, starting his first game this season as Troy Aikman was sidelined by a sore back, received a mixture of boos and cheers during his pregame introduction in Philadelphia. He was playing his first game at Veterans Stadium after his 11-year tenure there ended in 1995. ... Jeff George, starting because Brad Johnson is out with a sore knee, completed 20 of 39 passes for 276 yards but was intercepted twice in Washington's 16-15 loss to Arizona.
"It was shocking. I couldn't believe my eyes. We couldn't get them off the field. We couldn't get them to punt." San Francisco coach Steve Mariucci after New Orleans beat his team 31-15.
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