Week Six Recap

October 18, 2004|By Ken Murray


Just what doctor ordered

Turns out Bengals WR Chad Johnson needed that Pepto Bismol for himself. Johnson, who sent four bottles to the Browns as a promotional gag, had three catches and four drops in a loss.


The Seahawks' passing game has a serious flaw -- the WRs can't catch. Koren Robinson had three of the team's six drops.


Falcons QB Michael Vick finally made progress in his new offense, throwing for 200 yards for the first time since the 2002 season.

Storming through South

With QB David Carr and an improved defense, the Texans are poised to make a move in the AFC South.


RB Willis McGahee's emergence in Buffalo with a 111-yard rushing game could make Travis Henry the odd man out.

Better late than never

The Broncos appear to have lucked out with the arrival of Reuben Droughns as a big-time rushing threat. Why didn't they give him a shot before this?

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