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Eagles 13, Bengals 13 - OVERTIME


CINCINNATI - Donovan McNabb fumbled and threw three interceptions in regulation, and nearly had another pass picked off in overtime as the Eagles and Bengals played to the NFL's first tie in six years.

Cincinnati's Shayne Graham missed a 47-yard field goal with 7 seconds left in overtime.

The Eagles (5-4-1) have yet to win a close game this season, going 0-4 with a tie in games decided by less than a touchdown. McNabb had a big hand in this one, matching his career high with three interceptions and setting up 10 of Cincinnati's points.

Philadelphia 0 3 7 3 0-13

Cincinnati 0 10 3 0 0-13

Second Quarter

Cin-FG Graham 20, 14:12.

Phi-FG Akers 42, 11:12.

Cin-Houshmandzadeh 26 pass from Fitzpatrick (Graham kick), :33.

Third Quarter

Cin-FG Graham 41, 10:25.

Phi-L.Smith 4 pass from McNabb (Akers kick), 9:29.

Fourth Quarter

Phi-FG Akers 27, 5:18.

A-64,633.

Phi Cin

16 ... First downs ... 19

391 ... Total Net Yards ... 282

18-68 ... Rushes-yards ... 30-56

323 ... Passing ... 226

6-43 ... Punt Returns ... 4-31

4-70 ... Kickoff Returns ... 3-73

0-0 ... Interceptions Ret. ... 3-79

28-58-3 ... Comp-Att-Int ... 29-44-0

2-16 ... Sacked-Yards Lost ... 8-35

10-36.2 ... Punts ... 11-36.1

1-1 ... Fumbles-Lost ... 3-1

8-60 ... Penalties-Yards ... 4-35

33:16 ... Time of Possession ... 41:44

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING-Philadelphia, Westbrook 14-60, D.Jackson 2-3, Buckhalter 1-3, McNabb 1-2. Cincinnati, Benson 23-42, Fitzpatrick 5-9, Perry 1-5, Watson 1-0.

PASSING-Philadelphia, McNabb 28-58-3-339. Cincinnati, Fitzpatrick 29-44-0-261.

RECEIVING-Philadelphia, Curtis 7-64, D.Jackson 4-66, Avant 3-32, Celek 3-25, L.Smith 3-15, Westbrook 3-11, Baskett 2-74, Buckhalter 1-44, Klecko 1-8, R.Brown 1-0. Cincinnati, Houshmandzadeh 12-149, Benson 6-37, C.Johnson 4-34, Kelly 3-24, Chatman 1-11, Henry 1-8, Utecht 1-2, Perry 1-(minus 4).

MISSED FIELD GOALS-Cincinnati, Graham 47 (WR).

Packers 37, Bears 3

GREEN BAY, Wis. - Ryan Grant finally hit his stride, rushing for 145 yards and a touchdown.

The win boosts the playoff hopes of the Packers, now tied atop the NFC North with the Bears and Vikings. It also was the Packers' first home victory over the Bears since Lovie Smith took over as Chicago's coach.

Kyle Orton started at quarterback for the Bears after sitting out last Sunday's game with a sprained right ankle. But Orton was outplayed by Aaron Rodgers, who completed 23 of 30 passes for 227 yards with two touchdowns and an interception.

Chicago 0 3 0 0- 3

Green Bay 7 10 7 13-37

First Quarter

GB-Jennings 3 pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick), 2:28.

Second Quarter

Chi-FG Gould 35, 12:12.

GB-Grant 4 run (Crosby kick), 1:11.

GB-FG Crosby 53, :15.

Third Quarter

GB-D.Lee 5 pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick), 3:01.

Fourth Quarter

GB-FG Crosby 33, 9:51.

GB-Hunter 54 fumble return (Crosby kick), 7:31.

GB-FG Crosby 45, 1:56.

A-71,040.

Chi GB

9 ... First downs ... 24

234 ... Total Net Yards ... 427

20-83 ... Rushes-yards ... 38-200

151 ... Passing ... 227

1-7 ... Punt Returns ... 1-3

8-196 ... Kickoff Returns ... 2-28

1-0 ... Interceptions Ret. ... 0-0

17-33-0 ... Comp-Att-Int ... 23-30-1

1-8 ... Sacked-Yards Lost ... 0-0

6-39.8 ... Punts ... 2-35.0

1-1 ... Fumbles-Lost ... 0-0

8-65 ... Penalties-Yards ... 6-55

22:32 ... Time of Possession ... 37:28

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING-Chicago, Forte 16-64, Wolfe 2-12, Peterson 1-7, Orton 1-0. Green Bay, Grant 25-145, Jackson 10-50, Kuhn 2-4, Rodgers 1-1.

PASSING-Chicago, Orton 13-26-0-133, Grossman 4-7-0-26. Green Bay, Rodgers 23-30-1-227.

RECEIVING-Chicago, Forte 6-40, Olsen 4-45, Lloyd 2-17, Peterson 2-10, R.Davis 1-36, Hester 1-7, Clark 1-4. Green Bay, D.Lee 6-33, Jennings 5-64, Driver 4-60, Jones 2-26, Humphrey 2-10, Nelson 1-19, Grant 1-6, Jackson 1-5, Finley 1-4.

Saints 30, Chiefs 20

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Drew Brees, directing the NFL's top-ranked offense, threw for 266 yards and a touchdown against the league's worst defense.

New Orleans 3 10 14 3-30

Kansas City 7 3 3 7-20

First Quarter

KC-Bowe 6 pass from Thigpen (Barth kick), 5:31.

NO-FG Hartley 30, :29.

Second Quarter

NO-McAllister 1 run (Hartley kick), 11:23.

KC-FG Barth 20, 3:31.

NO-FG Hartley 23, :00.

Third Quarter

NO-Moore 47 pass from Brees (Hartley kick), 13:53.

KC-FG Barth 21, 7:41.

NO-P.Thomas 1 run (Hartley kick), 3:15.

Fourth Quarter

KC-Bowe 5 pass from Thigpen (Barth kick), 13:54.

NO-FG Hartley 35, 3:28.

A-74,159.

NO KC

22 ... First downs ... 21

369 ... Total Net Yards ... 330

28-103 ... Rushes-yards ... 24-124

266 ... Passing ... 206

0-0 ... Punt Returns ... 2-19

5-120 ... Kickoff Returns ... 5-103

1-3 ... Interceptions Ret. ... 1-2

25-36-1 ... Comp-Att-Int ... 19-38-1

0-0 ... Sacked-Yards Lost ... 4-29

2-48.5 ... Punts ... 4-33.3

1-0 ... Fumbles-Lost ... 2-0

2-8 ... Penalties-Yards ... 6-40

29:36 ... Time of Possession ... 30:24

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING-New Orleans, P.Thomas 16-88, McAllister 8-18, Henderson 1-(minus 1), Brees 3-(minus 2). Kansas City, L.Johnson 19-67, Thigpen 3-45, Charles 2-12.

PASSING-New Orleans, Brees 25-36-1-266. Kansas City, Thigpen 19-38-1-235.

RECEIVING-New Orleans, Moore 8-102, Shockey 6-39, P.Thomas 4-56, Colston 3-30, Henderson 2-22, Stecker 1-12, Campbell 1-5. Kansas City, Bowe 7-53, Gonzalez 5-39, Bradley 3-54, Franklin 1-42, L.Johnson 1-20, Cottam 1-19, Darling 1-8.

Giants 30, Ravens 10

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Bruising Brandon Jacobs pounded his way into the end zone on a pair of 1-yard runs and the Giants' league-leading running attack ran for 207 yards - New York's third straight 200-yard game.

Baltimore 0 3 7 0-10

N.Y. Giants 13 7 7 3-30

First Quarter

NYG-Jacobs 1 run (Tynes kick), 8:45.

NYG-Jacobs 1 run (run failed), :59.

Second Quarter

NYG-D.Johnson 1 pass from Manning (Tynes kick), 7:14.

Bal-FG Stover 38, 4:08.

Third Quarter

Bal-L.McClain 10 pass from Flacco (Stover kick), 4:26.

NYG-Ross 50 interception return (Tynes kick), :14.

Fourth Quarter

NYG-FG Tynes 19, 12:02.

A-78,849.

Bal NYG

18 ... First downs ... 22

275 ... Total Net Yards ... 353

26-121 ... Rushes-yards ... 33-207

154 ... Passing ... 146

1-0 ... Punt Returns ... 0-0

4-102 ... Kickoff Returns ... 3-53

1-0 ... Interceptions Ret. ... 2-60

20-33-2 ... Comp-Att-Int ... 13-23-1

1-10 ... Sacked-Yards Lost ... 1-7

3-31.3 ... Punts ... 3-46.0

1-0 ... Fumbles-Lost ... 0-0

10-66 ... Penalties-Yards ... 8-65

29:08 ... Time of Possession ... 30:52

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING-Baltimore, Flacco 6-57, Rice 8-19, McGahee 9-18, Clayton 1-17, L.McClain 2-10. N.Y. Giants, Bradshaw 9-96, Jacobs 11-73, Ward 11-41, Manning 2-(minus 3).

PASSING-Baltimore, Flacco 20-33-2-164. N.Y. Giants, Manning 13-23-1-153.

RECEIVING-Baltimore, Mason 7-82, Rice 4-18, L.McClain 3-31, Heap 3-16, McGahee 2-7, Clayton 1-10. N.Y. Giants, Ward 4-54, Burress 3-47, Hixon 2-25, Smith 2-17, Toomer 1-9, D.Johnson 1-1.

MISSED FIELD GOALS-Baltimore, Stover 32 (BK).

Panthers 31, Lions 22

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The one-two punch of DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart dazzled with a record-setting day on the ground for Carolina. Stewart rushed for a career-high 130 yards and a touchdown, Williams added 120 yards and two more scores. The Panthers (8-2) won their fourth straight game by setting a team record with 264 yards rushing in the first time two of their backs rushed for over 100 yards in the same game.

Daunte Culpepper, returning to the scene of his career-changing knee injury three years ago, got the Lions (0-10) within 24-22 on his 1-yard plunge with 6:05 left.

Detroit 7 9 0 6-22

Carolina 0 21 3 7-31

First Quarter

Det-C.Johnson 29 pass from Culpepper (Hanson kick), 7:23.

Second Quarter

Det-FG Hanson 40, 12:59.

Car-King 15 pass from Delhomme (Kasay kick), 8:19.

Det-FG Hanson 56, 4:43.

Car-Williams 56 run (Kasay kick), 2:39.

Car-Stewart 22 run (Kasay kick), 1:03.

Det-FG Hanson 27, :04.

Third Quarter

Car-FG Kasay 29, 8:24.

Fourth Quarter

Det-Culpepper 1 run (run failed), 6:05.

Car-Williams 4 run (Kasay kick), 4:44.

A-73,349.

Det Car

20 ... First downs ... 16

316 ... Total Net Yards ... 362

34-130 ... Rushes-yards ... 32-264

186 ... Passing ... 98

1-7 ... Punt Returns ... 1-2

3-72 ... Kickoff Returns ... 5-92

0-0 ... Interceptions Ret. ... 2-16

20-35-2 ... Comp-Att-Int ... 10-19-0

3-21 ... Sacked-Yards Lost ... 0-0

3-38.7 ... Punts ... 5-37.4

3-2 ... Fumbles-Lost ... 1-1

1-14 ... Penalties-Yards ... 7-55

34:17 ... Time of Possession ... 25:43

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING-Detroit, Kev.Smith 24-112, Culpepper 5-13, R.Johnson 5-5. Carolina, Stewart 15-130, Williams 14-120, Smith 1-16, Delhomme 2-(minus 2).

PASSING-Detroit, Culpepper 20-35-2-207. Carolina, Delhomme 10-19-0-98.

RECEIVING-Detroit, C.Johnson 6-65, McDonald 3-30, FitzSimmons 3-11, Standeford 2-48, Kev.Smith 2-23, Gaines 2-21, R.Johnson 1-5, Owens 1-4. Carolina, Smith 6-59, King 2-19, Muhammad 1-16, Stewart 1-4.

Dolphins 17, Raiders 15

MIAMI - Dan Carpenter nailed a 38-yard field goal with 38 seconds left to cap a 61-yard drive, and the Dolphins earned their fourth consecutive victory. Johnnie Lee Higgins scored on a 93-yard punt with 4:30 left to give the Raiders their first lead, but Miami shook off the stunning score.

Oakland 0 3 2 10-15

Miami 7 0 7 3-17

First Quarter

Mia-Ginn Jr. 40 run (Carpenter kick), 6:52.

Second Quarter

Oak-FG Janikowski 21, 1:09.

Third Quarter

Oak-Richardson safety, 10:28.

Mia-Cobbs 10 run (Carpenter kick), 1:57.

Fourth Quarter

Oak-FG Janikowski 37, 8:02.

Oak-Higgins 93 punt return (Janikowski kick), 4:30.

Mia-FG Carpenter 38, :38.

A-65,113.

Oak Mia

11 ... First downs ... 20

186 ... Total Net Yards ... 382

20-70 ... Rushes-yards ... 35-222

116 ... Passing ... 160

4-113 ... Punt Returns ... 4-36

5-109 ... Kickoff Returns ... 3-53

0-0 ... Interceptions Ret. ... 0-0

15-22-0 ... Comp-Att-Int ... 16-22-0

6-40 ... Sacked-Yards Lost ... 3-14

6-52.7 ... Punts ... 5-47.0

1-0 ... Fumbles-Lost ... 1-1

7-35 ... Penalties-Yards ... 3-55

27:26 ... Time of Possession ... 32:34

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING-Oakland, Fargas 17-57, McFadden 3-13. Miami, Brown 16-101, Williams 13-49, Ginn Jr. 2-42, Cobbs 3-23, Pennington 1-7.

PASSING-Oakland, Russell 15-22-0-156. Miami, Pennington 16-22-0-174.

RECEIVING-Oakland, Curry 6-73, Z.Miller 4-67, Stewart 2-17, McFadden 2-1, Lawton 1-(minus 2). Miami, Ginn Jr. 4-51, Bess 3-50, Cobbs 3-16, Camarillo 2-34, Williams 2-6, Brown 1-11, Martin 1-6.

MISSED FIELD GOALS-Oakland, Janikowski 46 (WR).

Buccaneers 19, Vikings 13

TAMPA, Fla. - Jeff Garcia threw for 255 yards without an interception and scrambled for two first downs on a time-consuming go-ahead field goal drive in the fourth quarter.

Garcia completed 23 of 30 passes. He moved the Bucs 69 yards in 13 plays, burning nearly nine minutes off the clock to take a 16-13 lead on Matt Bryant's third field goal.

Minnesota fumbled on the ensuing kickoff, Tampa Bay (7-3) recovered and Bryant added his fourth field goal for a six-point lead with 3:30 to go. The Vikings (5-5) had two opportunities to put together a winning drive, but turned the ball over on downs with 2:24 left and lost a fumble on their final possession.

Minnesota 3 10 0 0-13

Tampa Bay 3 3 7 6-19

First Quarter

Min-FG Longwell 43, 6:53.

TB-FG M.Bryant 39, 2:48.

Second Quarter

Min-Wade 4 pass from Frerotte (Longwell kick), 13:33.

TB-FG M.Bryant 26, 7:48.

Min-FG Longwell 37, 1:47.

Third Quarter

TB-Askew 1 run (M.Bryant kick), 9:25.

Fourth Quarter

TB-FG M.Bryant 29, 5:36.

TB-FG M.Bryant 26, 3:30.

A-65,278.

Min TB

14 ... First downs ... 21

210 ... Total Net Yards ... 363

26-99 ... Rushes-yards ... 33-108

111 ... Passing ... 255

0-0 ... Punt Returns ... 0-0

6-124 ... Kickoff Returns ... 3-65

0-0 ... Interceptions Ret. ... 0-0

14-21-0 ... Comp-Att-Int ... 23-30-0

5-27 ... Sacked-Yards Lost ... 1-0

2-45.0 ... Punts ... 1-37.0

3-2 ... Fumbles-Lost ... 1-1

5-28 ... Penalties-Yards ... 5-54

26:11 ... Time of Possession ... 33:49

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING-Minnesota, Peterson 19-85, Taylor 5-11, Frerotte 2-3. Tampa Bay, Dunn 20-53, Garcia 6-21, C.Smith 4-21, A.Bryant 1-9, Graham 1-3, Askew 1-1.

PASSING-Minnesota, Frerotte 14-20-0-138, Rice 0-1-0-0. Tampa Bay, Garcia 23-30-0-255.

RECEIVING-Minnesota, Berrian 3-46, Shiancoe 2-41, Rice 2-22, Taylor 2-15, Wade 2-12, Mills 1-6, Allison 1-(minus 1), Peterson 1-(minus 3). Tampa Bay, Stevens 6-84, A.Bryant 5-59, Dunn 4-65, Clayton 3-36, Askew 2-9, Gilmore 1-4, Hilliard 1-(minus 1), C.Smith 1-(minus 1).

MISSED FIELD GOALS-Tampa Bay, M.Bryant 46 (WR).

49ers 35, Rams 16

SAN FRANCISCO - Shaun Hill threw two touchdown passes and Frank Gore rushed for another score during San Francisco's 28-point second quarter, and the 49ers snapped their six-game losing streak.

St. Louis 0 3 6 7-16

San Francisco 7 28 0 0-35

First Quarter

SF-Gore 5 run (Nedney kick), 6:37.

Second Quarter

StL-FG J.Brown 24, 13:26.

SF-Davis 2 pass from S.Hill (Nedney kick), 10:38.

SF-Gore 1 run (Nedney kick), 7:50.

SF-S.Hill 1 run (Nedney kick), 3:32.

SF-Johnson 2 pass from S.Hill (Nedney kick), :34.

Third Quarter

StL-FG J.Brown 48, 3:51.

StL-FG J.Brown 44, :00.

Fourth Quarter

StL-Looker 2 pass from Bulger (J.Brown kick), 1:56.

A-67,573.

StL SF

22 ... First downs ... 19

406 ... Total Net Yards ... 334

23-126 ... Rushes-yards ... 36-135

280 ... Passing ... 199

5-19 ... Punt Returns ... 2-40

6-136 ... Kickoff Returns ... 4-85

0-0 ... Interceptions Ret. ... 2-37

34-53-2 ... Comp-Att-Int ... 15-21-0

4-15 ... Sacked-Yards Lost ... 2-14

4-41.8 ... Punts ... 6-51.8

2-1 ... Fumbles-Lost ... 2-2

6-52 ... Penalties-Yards ... 7-33

31:44 ... Time of Possession ... 28:16

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING-St. Louis, Pittman 14-95, Darby 7-26, Bulger 2-5. San Francisco, Gore 18-106, Foster 10-17, Robinson 3-11, S.Hill 3-5, O'Sullivan 1-(minus 1), Bruce 1-(minus 3).

PASSING-St. Louis, Bulger 34-53-2-295. San Francisco, S.Hill 15-20-0-213, O'Sullivan 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING-St. Louis, Avery 9-93, Darby 8-83, Holt 5-60, Stanley 3-21, Pittman 3-4, Burton 2-13, Looker 2-8, Becht 1-8, Klopfenstein 1-5. San Francisco, Johnson 4-56, J.Hill 3-33, Robinson 2-54, Foster 2-40, Gore 2-8, Bruce 1-20, Davis 1-2.

MISSED FIELD GOAL-St. Louis, J.Brown 48 (WL).

Steelers 11, Chargers 10

PITTSBURGH - Ben Roethlisberger stayed away from the mistakes that cost the Steelers their previous two home games, Willie Parker ran for 115 yards, and Jeff Reed's third field goal won it - a 32-yarder with 11 seconds remaining.

The unusual final score was in jeopardy when Troy Polamalu returned an errant lateral 12 yards for an apparent touchdown on the final play. But it was overturned on replay - called an illegal forward pass - and the 11-10 score was restored.

The Steelers outgained the Chargers 410-213. But the Steelers couldn't get into the end zone even as Roethlisberger went 31-for-41 for 308 yards, partly because they had 13 penalties for 115 yards to San Diego's two for 5 yards.

San Diego 7 0 0 3-10

Pittsburgh 0 5 3 3-11

First Quarter

SD-Tomlinson 3 run (Kaeding kick), 6:46.

Second Quarter

Pit-Harrison safety, 14:46.

Pit-FG Reed 21, :00.

Third Quarter

Pit-FG Reed 41, 8:41.

Fourth Quarter

SD-FG Kaeding 22, 6:41.

Pit-FG Reed 32, :11.

A-62,051.

SD Pit

16 ... First downs ... 24

213 ... Total Net Yards ... 410

22-66 ... Rushes-yards ... 28-124

147 ... Passing ... 286

1-1 ... Punt Returns ... 0-0

3-27 ... Kickoff Returns ... 4-68

0-0 ... Interceptions Ret. ... 2-37

15-26-2 ... Comp-Att-Int ... 31-41-0

2-12 ... Sacked-Yards Lost ... 4-22

2-43.5 ... Punts ... 4-31.0

1-0 ... Fumbles-Lost ... 0-0

2-5 ... Penalties-Yards ... 13-115

23:29 ... Time of Possession ... 36:31

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING-San Diego, Tomlinson 18-57, Rivers 1-5, Tolbert 2-4, Sproles 1-0. Pittsburgh, Parker 25-115, Russell 2-10, Moore 1-(minus 1).

PASSING-San Diego, Rivers 15-26-2-159. Pittsburgh, Roethlisberger 31-41-0-308.

RECEIVING-San Diego, Tomlinson 3-40, Chambers 3-21, Floyd 2-29, Jackson 2-25, Gates 2-10, Manumaleuna 1-17, Sproles 1-9, Naanee 1-8. Pittsburgh, Ward 11-124, Spaeth 6-55, Holmes 5-63, Moore 5-33, Washington 2-14, McHugh 1-15, Parker 1-4.

MISSED FIELD GOALS-San Diego, Kaeding 42 (WR). Pittsburgh, Reed 51 (WL).

Cardinals 26, Seahawks 20

SEATTLE - Kurt Warner completed 32 of 44 passes for 395 yards - his franchise-record fourth straight 300-yard game - and J.J. Arrington scored a career-high two touchdowns.

Arizona 10 6 10 0-26

Seattle 0 7 0 13-20

First Quarter

Ari-FG Rackers 38, 7:47.

Ari-Arrington 4 run (Rackers kick), :04.

Second Quarter

Ari-FG Rackers 48, 4:34.

Sea-Morris 13 pass from Hasselbeck (Mare kick), :57.

Ari-FG Rackers 54, :00.

Third Quarter

Ari-FG Rackers 26, 9:36.

Ari-Arrington 6 pass from Warner (Rackers kick), 1:55.

Fourth Quarter

Sea-Duckett 1 run (pass failed), 12:46.

Sea-Duckett 2 run (Mare kick), 9:41.

A-67,616.

Ari Sea

24 ... First downs ... 18

458 ... Total Net Yards ... 196

24-76 ... Rushes-yards ... 22-43

382 ... Passing ... 153

2-19 ... Punt Returns ... 1-20

1-25 ... Kickoff Returns ... 6-164

3-19 ... Interceptions Ret. ... 1-58

32-44-1 ... Comp-Att-Int ... 17-29-3

2-13 ... Sacked-Yards Lost ... 2-17

2-38.5 ... Punts ... 4-44.5

3-2 ... Fumbles-Lost ... 2-1

8-52 ... Penalties-Yards ... 1-15

34:05 ... Time of Possession ... 25:55

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING-Arizona, Arrington 8-40, Hightower 11-35, Boldin 1-3, James 1-1, Warner 3-(minus 3). Seattle, J.Jones 10-19, Hasselbeck 4-17, Duckett 5-5, Morris 3-2.

PASSING-Arizona, Warner 32-44-1-395. Seattle, Hasselbeck 17-29-3-170.

RECEIVING-Arizona, Boldin 13-186, Fitzgerald 10-151, Arrington 3-21, Breaston 2-15, Pope 2-9, Urban 1-9, L.Brown 1-4. Seattle, Branch 4-54, Carlson 3-39, Morris 3-27, Engram 2-30, K.Robinson 2-11, O.Schmitt 1-7, Taylor 1-7, J.Jones 1-(minus 5).



Author:Fox Sports
Author's Website:http://www.foxsports.com
Added: November 18, 2008

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