NFL Duck Alumni see action on Sunday.

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Kelly Campbell (16) and running back Onterrio Smith dance in the end zone as they celebrate Smith's third-quarter touchdown against the Denver Broncos. The Vikings won 28-20. (AP Photo/Ann Heisenfelt) <br><br> <a href=>Smith</a> scored a touchdown and ran for 29 yards on five carries, his longest for 11 yards. The Vikings are the sole NFC team that is undefeated and are 6-0 for the season.

Several former Ducks saw action in week seven of the NFL schedule on Sunday. A total of 15 Duck alums now earn a paycheck from the NFL. Another six former Ducks are in the CFL. Click on NFL Alumni and CFL Alumni for rosters.

Rashad Bauman had four tackles for Washington in a 24-7 loss to the Buffalo Bills.

The Packer's Josh Bidwell had four punts with an average of 45.8 yards per punt and a long of 53 yards. Green Bay lost to St Louis, 34-24.

Reuben Droughns caught three passes for 28 yards, with a long of 11 yards. Droughn's Broncos lost to the Vikings, 28-20. Droughns also had two kickoff returns with a long of 23 yards.

Lion's quarterback Joey Harrington was benched after throwing two interceptions and had a tough outing going 5-of-13 for 30 yards and no touchdowns. Back up Mike McMahon didn't fare much better going 5-of-21 for 51 yards, one interception and no touchdowns. The Lions lost to the red-hot Cowboys 38-7 at Detroit.

Another former Duck, Keenan Howry had a kickoff return of 13 yards for Minnesota in the win over Denver.

The Redskins started the season off three wins but lost their fourth straight game to the Bills 24-7. Patrick Johnson had one reception for nine yards.

The Seattle Seahawks won their fifth game of the season today by beating the Chicago Bears 24-17 at Seahawk Stadium. Maurice Morris returned five kicks with a long of 28 yards.

San Diego tight end Justin Peelle had a kickoff return of 14 yards in the Chargers' 26-20 win over the Cleveland Browns.

Tennessee Titan linebacker Peter Sirmon had six tackles as the Titans knocked off the Carolina Panthers out of the undefeated ranks with a 38-17 victory. The Titans improved their record to 5-2 while Carolina dropped to 5-1.

Former Oregon State Head Coach Dennis Erickson was under pressure in the Bay Area, but a convincing 24-7 win over defending Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay may cause fans to jump back on the bandwagon in the City by the Bay. Former Duck tight end Jed Weaver caught one pass for 16 yards.

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