Nfl Week 11

November 17, 2003

TOP FIVE PASSERS

Player, Team C-A Yds TD

Manning, Colts 27-36 407 1

Culpepper, Vikings 27-49 396 1

Holcomb, Browns 29-35 392 3

Delhomme, Panthers 20-30 317 0

McNabb, Eagles 24-30 314 2

TOP FIVE RUSHERS

Player, Team Att Yds TD

McAllister, Saints 28 173 2

Johnson, Bengals 22 165 0

Dunn, Falcons 23 162 0

Henry, Bills 23 149 0

Jones, Bucs 9 134 0

TOP FIVE RECEIVERS

Player, Team Rec Yds TD

Muhammad, Panthers 9 189 0

Wayne, Colts 9 141 0

Holt, Rams 9 124 1

Johnson, Texans 4 122 1

Davis, Browns 7 117 1

They Said It

"It was like being back at the University of Miami beating up people. Man, it felt great." Earl Little, Browns safety, after a 44-6 rout of the Cardinals.

"This was a humiliating defeat. This was as lopsided from one side to the other as I have ever been around. I haven't looked at the stats - I don't need to. I lived through it." Dave McGinnis, Cardinals coach.

"I think [the Chiefs'] loss today shows how tough it is to go undefeated in the league and again highlights the unique accomplishment of that '72 team." Don Shula, coach of the 1972 Dolphins, the only perfect team in NFL history.

"When you see all those people coming out to support you, it would have been nice to get a win." Joey Harrington, Lions quarterback and Oregon native after 35-14 loss to the Seahawks in his return to the Pacific Northwest.

"Things didn't go well. We aren't all smiles and happy." Doug Flutie, Chargers quarterback who went 9-for-25 for 70 yards and fumbled twice in 37-8 loss.

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