Week 4 for NFL Ducks

Two teams full of Ducks took the weekend off while one former Duck scored a touchdown. Minnesota and Detroit had a bye. Minnesota wide receiver Keenan Howry was in Eugene on Saturday night to watch his Ducks lose to Arizona State, 28-13.

San Diego Tight end Justin Peelle (Photo/GettyImages) had one catch of 10 yards for a touchdown in a the Chargers' 38-17 win over the Tennessee Titans. Peelle's teammate on the defense, end Igor Olshansky had two tackles. The Chargers improved their season record to 2-2 while the Titans dropped to 1-3.

Wesly Mallard, linebacker, New York Giants, played against the Green Bay Packers. The Giants won 14-7. The Giants are now 3-1 and the fading Pack is 1-3.

The Denver Broncos beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 16-13. Bronco fullback Reuben Droughns had eight carries for 20 yards, one reception for 15 yards and two kickoff returns for an average of 22.5 yards. Tampa Bay punter Josh Bidwell kicked five times with an average of 44.2 yards, four punts inside the 20 and a long of 50 yards. Denver improved to 3-1 and the Bucs are now 0-4.

The Miami Dolphins, (0-4) have been playing spin-the-quarterback this season and A.J. Feeley was benched after a tough outing last week on a rain drenched home field. Jay Fiedler was back in action and was 18-for-33, 202 yards and two interceptions. Donnie Abraham returned one of Fiedler's interceptions for a 66-yard touchdown. The fish lost to the New York Jets, 17-9. The Jets are now 3-0. Will Feeley be back next week against the New England Patriots?

Jacksonville lost its first game of the season 24-17 to the Indianapolis Colts. Jaguar tight end George Wrighster caught three passes for 27 yards. Jacksonville is now 3-1 and the Colts are also 3-1.

Cornerback Rashad Bauman played for Cincinnati in the Bengals 28-17 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Cincinnati is now 2-2 and the Steelers are 3-1.

San Franciso safety Keith Lewis played on Sunday night as the woeful 49ers lost again to the St. Louis Rams, 34-14. The Niners are now 0-4 and the Rams are 2-2.

Defensive tackle Junior Siavii and possibly wide receiver Samie Parker will see action on Monday night when the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Baltimore Ravens. Siavii has seen considerable action for the Chiefs while Parker has been out with injuries. Parker had been vying for the No. 4 receiver for the Chiefs.

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