Week 2 for NFL Ducks
A.J. Feeley led a comeback by Miami to tie the Sunday night game against Cincinnati. The Bengals ended up winning 16-13. Feeley gave up one critical interception, the only touchdown scored by the Bengals, Feeley did have decent statistics for the game. He was 21-for-39, 218 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions.
Rashad Bauman, CB, Cincinnati, participated in the nationally broadcast game on ESPN, but was not given any statistical credit against Miami.
Josh Bidwell, P, Tampa Bay, had nine punts averaging 46.4 yards, two inside the 20 and a long of 50 yards in the loss to the Seahawks.
Reuben Droughns, FB, Denver, returned two kickoff returns for a total of 49 yards, with a long of 29. Droughns also had two receptions for two yards in the Bronco's losing effort.
Joey Harrington, QB, Detroit, led the Lions to their second straight win for the season with a 38-16 win over the Houston Texans. The game matched up the two top quarterbacks of the 2002 NFL draft, Harrington and David Carr of Fresno State. Harrington was 18-for-25, 176 yards, three touchdowns and one interception. Carr finished the day 23-for-34, 313 yards, two touchdowns and one interception in the contest.
Keith Lewis, S, San Francisco, participated when the 49ers lost to the New Orleans Saints, 30-27.
Wesly Mallard, LB, New York Giants, recorded two tackles on defense and two tackles on Special Teams play in the Giants' 20-14 win over the Washington Redskins.
Maurice Morris, RB, Seattle, had three kickoff returns for an average of 24.3 yards and a long of 30 yards. Morris also had three rushes for two yards and one reception for two yards. Seattle beat Tampa Bay, 10-6.
Igor Olshansky, DE/T, San Diego, started against the New York Jets and recorded four tackles (three solos and one assist). The Jets won 34-28.
Justin Peelle, TE, San Diego, recorded one tackle on the Special Teams for the Chargers against the Jets.
Junior Siavii, DT, Kansas City, recorded two tackles in the Chief's 28-17 loss to the Carolina Panthers.
George Wrighster, TE, Jacksonville, started at tight end for the Jaguars but was not given a statistical credit for the game against Denver. The Jags won on Sunday, 7-6.
On Monday Night Football, the Minnesota Vikings will play the Philadelphia Eagles. Onterrio Smith, RB, will make his first start for the Vikings, while Keenan Howry will return punts and is listed as Randy Moss' back up on the Minnesota's depth chart.
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