Nfl Week 17

December 29, 2003

TOP FIVE PASSERS

Player, Team C-A Yds TD

Fiedler, Dolphins 21-29 328 1

Hasselbeck, S'hawks 24-37 315 2

Carter, Cowboys 27-47 290 1

Garcia, 49ers 22-38 248 2

Brooks, Saints 15-32 243 1

TOP FIVE RUSHERS

Player, Team Att Yds TD

Tomlinson, Chargers 31 243 2

Green, Packers 20 218 2

Suggs, Browns 26 186 2

James, Colts 27 171 1

Taylor, Jaguars 22 121 0

TOP FIVE RECEIVERS

Player, Team Rec Yds TD

Chambers, Dolphins 9 153 1

Stallworth, Saints 3 114 1

Robinson, Ravens 6 102 0

Booker, Bears 6 92 0

Mason, Titans 6 90 2

THEY SAID IT

"You don't have any clue how much it hurts." Corey Chavous, Vikings cornerback, on team's stunning loss to Cardinals.

"I thought we fumbled the football." Mike Shanahan, Broncos coach, on reaction of Lambeau Field crowd to Cardinals' win.

"Football is an emotional game, and they obviously wanted it more than we did." Grant Wistrom, Rams defensive end, on coming out flat against the Lions.

"For today, we were the best team in football and that feels good." Joey Harrington, Lions quarterback, on surprising the Rams.

"I'm an English major and I run out of superlatives. What are you going to say about the guy? He's a remarkable, remarkable player, and a remarkable human being." Marty Schottenheimer, Chargers coach, on running back LaDainian Tomlinson.

"Somebody had to step up and make a play. It just so happened to be me. I tried to seal the deal and that's what happened." Jay Bellamy, Saints safety, on his second interception of the game that clinched win over Cowboys.

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