Nfl Week 7

October 20, 2003

TOP FIVE RECEIVERS

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

Owens, 49ers...6...152...1

Smith, Panthers...10...151...1

Moss, Vikings...10...151...0

T. Taylor, Ravens... 4...138...2

Horn, Saints... 8...133...1

TOP FIVE PASSERS

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

Delhomme, Panthers...31-49... 362...2

Brooks, Saints...23-30...352...3

Boller, Ravens...15-27...302...2

Brady, Patriots...24-34...283...2

Culpepper, Vikings...19-26...277...2

TOP FIVE RUSHERS

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

Tomlinson, Chargers...26...200...1

Henry, Bills...31...167...2

Hearst, 49ers...20...117...1

Portis, Broncos...25...117...1

McAllister, Saints...21...116...2

THEY SAID IT

"I'm sure the league will have something to say to him. If he wants to dance a little, that's fine. But you can't be pulling out six-shooters or guns on the field." Jim Haslett, Saints coach, on Joe Horn, who was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct when he mimicked shooting a gun after his TD.

"I hope this is the bottom. ... I don't ever remember coaching a game like this before."

Steve Mariucci, Lions coach, after 38-7 drubbing by the Cowboys.

"It was just kind of sandlot, chicken-with-your-head-cut-off running. I was looking for anything that was open. Everyone was on the right side of the field and I just tried to make it in." Chris Chandler, Bears quarterback, describing how he tied the game by running for a two-point conversion.

"Other teams are helping us out and I'll take all those losses by other teams. But we've got to take advantage of the situation. We can't let these opportunities keep slipping away." Daylon McCutcheon, Browns cornerback, after 26-20 loss kept them from taking first in AFC North.

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