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NFL Week 9 Results

Posted by Ace Staff on November 2nd, 2008 in Sports

Division races are getting tight as teams fight for playoff positioning. The AFC East is getting crowded with the Patriots, Bills and Jets fighting for the top spot.

11/2/08

 Indianapolis Colts (4-4) 18 New England Patriots (5-3) 15 – Things are getting real interesting in the crowded AFC East as the Patriots failed to grab the win they needed to retain 1st place in their division. The Colts are trying to re-establish their game to avoid missing the playoffs.

Cincinnati Bengals (1-8) 21 Jacksonville Jaguars (3-5) 19 – The Bengals won’t go winless afterall. They barely got past the Jaguars on Sunday for their 1st win.

Baltimore Ravens (5-3) 37 Cleveland Browns (3-5) 27 – Flacco threw two TD’s and 248 yards in leading the Ravens against the Browns.

Minnesota Vikings (4-4) 28 Houston Texans (3-5) 21 – The Vikings got back to .500 today with their seven point win over the Texans.

New York Jets (5-3) 26 Buffalo Bills (5-3) 17 – The Jets got a crucial win the AFC East today with a big win over the Buffalo Bills.

Tampa Bay Bucs (6-3) 30 Kansas City Chiefs (1-7) 27 – Jeff Garcia had 339 passing yards and a TD as the Bucs bested the Chiefs by a field goal.

Chicago Bears (5-3) 27 Detroit Lions (0-8) 23 - The Bears kept the Lions winless while picking up their fifth win in the process.

Tennessee Titans (8-0) 19 Green Bay Packers (4-4) 16 – Despite 314 passing yards, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers couldn’t get past the undefeated Titans.

Arizona Cardinals (5-3) 34 St. Louis Rams (2-6) 13 – Kurt Warner threw for 342 yards and two touchdowns today, leading the Cardinals over the Rams.

New York Giants (7-1) 35 Dallas Cowboys (5-4) 14 – The Cowboys continue to struggle without Tony Romo, while Eli Manning and the Giants continue to create space for themselves in the NFC East.

Atlanta Falcons (5-3) 24 Oakland Raiders (2-6) 0 – Matt Ryan threw for two TD’s and the Falcons defense shut down the Raiders for the shutout.

Miami Dolphins (4-4) 26 Denver Broncos (4-4) 17 – Chad Pennington threw for 281 yards as the Dolphins improved to 4-4 on the year.

Philadelphia Eagles (5-3) 26 Seattle Seahawks (2-6) 7 – McNabb had a huge passing day for the Eagles with 349 yards as the Eagles took care of the Seahawks on Sunday.

Monday Night Football 11/3/08
Pittsburgh Steelers (6-2) 23 Washington Redskins (6-3) 6 - The Steelers shut down the Redskins offense en route to their 6th win on the year.

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