NFL Week 8 two-minute drill
at Baltimore 30, Arizona 27: So, losing to the punchless Jaguars followed by a 21-point deficit to Cardinals can wake up an offense.
at Houston 24, Jacksonville 14: Sorry, Jaguars defense, it appears you must keep an opponent under 14 points to win.
Minnesota 24, at Carolina 21: Rookie Christian Ponder has only two starts but one fewer victory than celebrated Cam Newton.
at Buffalo 23, Washington 0: Bills could have used Canadian rules and won using only three downs in home game in Toronto.
at St. Louis 31, New Orleans 21: Who lost their pool on this game? Winless Rams had scored 56 points all season before this one.
at Tennessee 27, Indianapolis 10: Eighth hint that the Colts might be the worst team in the league without Peyton Manning.
at N.Y. Giants 20, Miami 17: If didn’t know better, would say Dolphins were watching scores. Need Andrew Luck more than Colts.
at San Francisco 20, Cleveland 10: Browns have topped 20 points once all season, and that was against the wretched Colts.
Detroit 45, at Denver 10: Not quite the same for Tim Tebow, facing the Lions’ defense instead of a crumbling, winless Dolphins crew.
Cincinnati 34, at Seattle 12: Newton? Tebow? Ponder? Blaine Gabbert? Rookie Andy Dalton has led Bengals to a 5-2 record.
at Pittsburgh 25, New England 17: Steelers hadn’t beaten Tom Brady since 2004, but in meantime won two rings to Patriots’ zero.
at Philadelphia 34, Dallas 7: Eagles fans must be only ones who look forward to a bye, Coach Andy Reid now 13-0 after the week off.
Off: Atlanta, Chicago, Green Bay, New York Jets, Oakland, Tampa Bay.
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