2004 NFL Week 10 Recap

Top QB rating: Donovan McNabb, Eagles (15 of 27, 345 yards, 4 TDs for a rating of 140.0) in a 49-21 win over the Cowboys.

Most passing yards: Daunte Culpepper, Vikings (363 yards and 4 TDs on 44 attempts in a 31-34 loss to the Packers.)

Most rushing yards: Derrick Blaylock, Chiefs (33 carries for 186 yards and a TD in 20-27 loss to the Saints).

Most receiving yards: Joe Horn, Saints (5 receptions for 167 yards and a TD in a 27-20 win over the Chiefs.)

Most points: Colts 49-14 over Texans. Eagles 49-21 over Cowboys.

Least points: The Bills scored 6 in a loss to the Patriots.

Biggest blowout: Peyton Manning threw for 5 TDs on 18 of 27 as the Colts beat the Texans 49-14. Bob Sanders returned a fumble for a TD and Von Hutchins returned an interception for a TD for the Colts. Domanick Williams rushed for both of the Texans TDs.

Sunday Night Game: Patriots 29, Bills 6. Patriots jumped to a 20-0 lead at halftime behind TD throws from Tom Brady to David Patten and Christian Fauria and 2 Adam Vinatieiri FGs. The Bills scored their lone points on a third quarter punt return TD by Jonathan Smith. Drew Bledsoe threw three interceptions and completed 8 for 19 for only 76 yards.

Monday Night Game: The Eagles defeated the Cowboys 49-21. The Eagles built a 35-14 halftime lead with 3 TD throws from Donovan McNabb and TD runs from Brian Westbrook and Dorsey Levens. Vinny Testaverde had two TD passes to Jason Witten for the Cowboys. An Eddie George TD in the third cut the lead to 14, but a third TD catch by Terrell Owens and a 101-yard interception return by Lito Sheppard sealed the game for the Eagles.

2004 NFL Week 9 Recap

Top QB rating: Peyton Manning, Colts (23 of 29, 268 yards, 4 TDs for a rating of 144.8).

Most passing yards: Trent Green, Chiefs (399 yards on 42 attempts in a 31-34 loss to the Bucs).

Most rushing yards: Shaun Alexander, Seahawks (26 carries for 160 yards and 2 TDs in a 42-27 win over the 49ers).

Most receiving yards: Santana Moss, Redskins (6 receptions for 157 yards and a TD in a 17-22 loss to the Bills).

Most points & Biggest blowout: Chargers beat the Saints 43 – 17. Drew Brees threw for 4 TDs, including three to Antonio Gates. The Chargers were up 14-0 at the end of the first quarter and outscored the Saints 26-3 from halfway through the 2nd quarter to halfway through the 4th.

Least points: The Eagles scored 3 points in a 27-3 loss to the Steelers. The Cowboys were defeated by the Bengals 26-3.

Sunday Night Game: Richard Alston returned the opening kickoff for a TD for the Browns and then the teams began trading field goals—6 in all during the next 50 minutes. Matt Stover, a member of the “old” Browns franchise hit 4 FGs for Baltimore. Jamal Lewis scored with 7:07 left to play and the Ravens converted the 2 point conversion for a 20-13 lead. Ed Reed sealed the game with a 106 yard interception return for a TD with 0:45 left to play.

Monday Night Game: Two early TD passes from Peyton Manning gave the Colts a 14-0 lead, but the Vikings clawed their way back to a 14-14 tie after a 91-yard Nate Burleson punt return TD with 11:10 to go in the third quarter. The teams traded TDs to a 28-28 tie until Mike Vanderjagt kicked a 35-yard field goal to give the Colts a 31-28 win with 0:06 left in the game.

2004 NFL Week 8 Recap

Top QB rating: Drew Brees, Chargers (22 of 25, 281 yards, 5 TDS for a rating of 153.1).

Most passing yards: Jake Plummer, Broncos (499 yards on 55 attempts in a 28-41 loss to the Falcons). (Peyton Manning had 472 yards and 5 TDs in 35-45 loss to the Chiefs.)

Most rushing yards: Shaun Alexander, Seahawks (32 carries for 195 yards and a TD in a 23-17 win over the Panthers).

Most receiving yards: Rod Smith, Broncos (9 receptions for 208 yards in a 28-41 loss to the Falcons).

Most points: Chiefs outscored the Colts 45-35. Trent Green threw 3 TDs, including two to Tony Gonzalez, and Priest Holmes added 3 rushing TDs.

Least points: The Jaguars scored 6 points in a loss to the Texans.

Biggest blowout: Drew Brees threw for 5 TDs as Chargers beat Kerry Collins and the Raiders 42-14.

Sunday Night Game: The Bears defeated the 49ers 23-13 in a mostly forgettable game. Ken Dorsey completed 16 of 36 passes for the 49ers and Craig Krenzel completed 13 of 25 passes for the Bears. The sole offensive touchdown was a 49 yard pass to Bears WR Bernard Berrian in first two minutes of the game. The 49ers responded with an 80 fumble return for a TD by Dwaine Carpenter. The teams traded field goals until Nathan Vasher returned an interception 71 yards for a TD with 4 minutes left, sealing the Bears victory.

Monday Night Game: The Jets defeated the Dolphins 41-14. With 4 minutes to go in the first half, the teams were tied 7-7. Led by Chad Pennington’s 3 TDs (on 189 yards passing), the Jets scored 34 unanswered points. Curtis Martin and Lamont Jordan each had 115 yards rushing and a TD for the Jets. The Dolphins scored their second TD on a 29 yard pass from Jay Fieldler to Derrius Thompson with only 5 seconds left.

2004 NFL Week 7 Recap

Top QB rating: Jay Fiedler, Dolphins (13 of 17, 203 yards, 2 TDs for a rating of 154.8).

Most passing yards: Donovan McNabb, Eagles (376 yards in a 34-31 OT win over the Browns).

Most rushing yards: Ahman Green, Packers (15 carries for 163 yards in 41-20 win over the Cowboys).

Most receiving yards: Chad Johnson, Bengals (7 receptions for 149 yards in a 23-10 win over the Broncos).

Most points & Biggest blowout: Chiefs beat the Falcons 56-10. Priest Holmes and Derrick Blaylock each rushed for 4 TDs for the Chiefs. The Falcons lone TD was a 75 yard punt return by Allen Rossum.

Least points: Titans score 3 in a loss to the Vikings.

Sunday Night Game: None.

Monday Night Game: The Bengals defeated the Broncos and Jake Plummer 23-10. Carson Palmer had 198 yards passing, 149 of which went to Chad Johnson. Rudi Johnson had 119 yards rushing and a TD on 24 carries. Shayne Graham added 3 FGs.

2004 NFL Week 6 Recap

Top QB rating: Daunte Culpepper, Vikings (26 of 37, 425 yards, 5 TDs for a rating of 125.6).

Most passing yards: Culpepper, Vikings (425 yards in a 38-31 win over the Saints). (Matt Hasselback was second overall with 349 yards in a Seattle loss to New England.)

Most rushing yards: Reuben Droughns, Broncos (38 carries for 176 yards in 31-3 win over the Raiders).

Most receiving yards: Koren Robinson, Seahawks (9 receptions for 150 yards in a 20-30 loss to the Patriots.)

Most points: Vikings score 38 led by Culpepper’s 5 TDs. Brett Favre and Packers score 38 against the Lions.

Least points: Raiders score 3 in a loss to the Broncos.

Biggest blowout: Jake Plummer throws for 3 TDs and Droughns runs for 176 yards as the Broncos beat the Raiders 31-3.

Sunday Night Game: Aaron Brooks and the Saints climbed back from a 14-0 deficit to pull within 7 in the 4th quarter, but were overmatched by Culpepper’s 5 TDs and fell to the Vikings 38-31.

Monday Night Game: The Bucs and Rams each scored a TD in each of the first three quarters, but the Rams held the Bucs scoreless in the 4th for a 28-21 victory. Marc Bulger had 2 TDs and Marshall Faulk and Steven Jackson each had over 40 yards rushing for the Rams.

2004 NFL Week 5 Recap

Top QB rating: Daunte Culpepper, Vikings (36 of 50, 396 yards, 5 TDs for a rating of 128.4).

Most passing yards: Tim Rattay, 49ers (38 of 57 for 417 yards in a 31-28 win over the Cardinals).

Most rushing yards: Reuben Droughns, Broncos (30 carries for 193 yards in 20-17 win over the Panthers).

Most receiving yards: Andre Johnson, Texans (12 receptions for 170 yards & 2 TDs in 28-34 loss to the Vikings).

Most points: Titans, with Steve McNair and Chris Brown, outscore the Packers 48-27.

Least points: Cowboys, Dolphins, Falcons and Redskins each score 10 in losses.

Biggest blowout: Peyton Manning and Colts defeat Raiders and Kerry Collins 35-14; Titans beat Packers 48-27.

Sunday Night Game: Jamal Lewis rushed 28 times for 116 yards, but Kyle Boller completed just 9 of 18 passes for 81 yards. A fumble return for a TD by Ed Reed and punt return for a TD by B.J. Sams carried the Ravens to 17-10 victory over Washington. Redskins QB Mark Brunell completed just 13 of 29 passes for 83 yards.

Monday Night Game: Steve McNair threw for two touchdowns and Chris Brown had two rushing TDs as the Titans defeated the Packers 48-27. Brett Favre threw two TDs and three interceptions for the Packers.

2004 NFL Week 4 Recap

Top QB rating: Drew Brees, Chargers (16 of 20, 206 yds, 3 TDs for a rating of 149.2).

Most passing yards: Byron Leftwich, Jaguars (24 of 49 for 318 yards in a 17-24 loss to the Colts).

Most rushing yards: Tiki Barber, Giants (23 carries for 182 yards & a TD in a 14-7 win over the Packers).

Most receiving yards: Eric Moulds, Bills (10 catches for 126 yards & a TD in a 17-31 loss to the Patriots).

Most points: Chargers, led by Brees and LaDainian Tomlinson, to a 38-17 victory over the Titans.

Least points: Packers score 7 points in a loss to the Giants. Brett Favre completes 12 of 18 passes for 110 yards.

Biggest blowout: Josh McCown and Emmitt Smith led the Cardinals to a 34 – 10 victory over the Saints and Aaron Brooks

Sunday Night Game: Marc Bulger, Isaac Bruce and Marshall Faulk lead the Rams to a 24-14 victory over the 49ers and Tim Rattay, Eric Johnson and Kevin Barlow.

Monday Night Game: Trent Green threw for 223 yards and Priest Holmes had 125 yards rushing and two TDs as the Chiefs overcame a 14 point second quarter by the Ravens to hold for the 27-24 victory.