Top Five Passers

Nfl Week 5

October 07, 2002

Top Five Passers

Player, Team...C-A...Yds...TD

Bledsoe, Bills...32-53...417...2

Gannon, Raiders...23-38...357...3

Griese, Broncos...26-35...316...2

Green, Chiefs...23-33...296...2

Maddox, Steelers...22-38...268...3

Top Five Rushers

Player, Team...Att...Yds...TD

J. Lewis, Ravens...26...187...0

Dillon, Bengals...23...164...2

Holmes, Chiefs...23...152...1

McAllister, Saints...23...123...2

Martin, Jets...21...119...1

Top Five Receivers

Player, Team... Rec Yds TD

Harrison, Colts...9...145...1

K. Johnson, Bucs... 6...131...1

Price, Bills...7...126...1

Porter, Raiders...7...117...1

Coles, Jets...8...116...0

They Said It

"We've got an open date and we're 3-2 and that's sweet, sweet, sweet!"

Dave McGinnis, Cardinals coach.

"I could taste it. It's an opportunity that just passed by the way."

Antonio Bryant, Cowboys wide receiver, on just missing what would have been a 49-yard touchdown pass against the Giants.

"If you give me the opportunity, I'll make some plays for you. That's all I need."

Jerome Bettis, Steelers running back, after getting 84 yards and a touchdown.

"I think it is like the Orange Crush defense group of the '70s."

Marty Schottenheimer, Chargers coach, on the Broncos' defense.

"It's very simple. We played a very good football team, number one. Number two, we made too many mistakes and had too many penalties."

Andy Reid, Eagles coach, after yesterday's loss to the Jaguars.

"Anybody who says it doesn't matter who plays back there is wrong."

Steve Spurrier, Redskins coach, after rookie QB Patrick Ramsey led the team to a win over the Titans.

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