Nfl Week 6

October 13, 2003

TOP FIVE PASSERS

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

McNair, Titans ............ 18-27 ......... 421 ............ 3

Green, Chiefs ............. 27-45 ........ 400 ............ 3

Carr, Texans ............... 25-42 ........ 371 ............ 2

Collins, Giants .............35-59 ........ 314 ............ 0

Manning, Colts ........... 23-34 ......... 293 ............ 1

TOP FIVE RUSHERS

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

Green, Browns ............ 26 ...............145 ............. 1

Green, Packers ........... 26 ...............139 ............. 1

Lewis, Ravens ............. 21............... 131 ............. 0

McAllister, Saints ........ 29 .............. 116 ............. 0

Thomas, Bears ............. 21 ............... 96 ............. 0

TOP FIVE RECEIVERS

Player, Team ............... Rec ............ Yds ........... TD

Mason, Titans .................6 .............. 177 ............. 3

Bradford, Texans ........... 5 .............. 127 ............. 1

Gonzalez, Chiefs ........... 4 .............. 121 ............. 1

Harrison, Colts .............. 8 ..............119 ............. 0

Morton, Chiefs ............... 6 ..............109 .............. 1

THEY SAID IT

"Dawson looked like that guy Forrest Gump. I was gonna yell, `Run, Forrest, run.' He didn't look all that pretty running, but the result was beautiful, man."

Kenard Lang, Browns defensive end, on kicker Phil Dawson running during a fake field goal.

"We kept getting backed up, backed up, backed up. The moons must be aligned perfectly, or something."

Langston Walker, Raiders tackle, on Oakland losing 29 yards without running an official play because of a series of penalties.

"He had a four-leaf clover in his pocket. And then a little monster came up from the field and tripped me."

Dante Hall, Chiefs kick returner, joking about Packers punter Josh Bidwell stopping him on a second-quarter return.

"When all I had to do is pitch and catch, that's as simple as one, two, three."

Steve McNair, Titans quarterback, on his offensive line allowing him to throw for a career-high 421 yards.

"We have to sit back and look at who we are at the bye. We've got to play with the same sense of urgency from here on out."

Bill Cowher, Steelers coach, after his team dropped its third straight.

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