Tight end George Wrighster #87 of the Jacksonville Jaguars celebrates his touchdown with center Brad Meester #63 against the Cincinnati Bengals in the first quarter October 9, 2005 at Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Eliot J. Schechter/Getty Images)
Wrighster ended the night on the wide side of 23-20 score. Wrighster had 2 catches for 40 yards and the one 26-yard touchdown. Jacksonville improves to 3-2 and the Bengals drop their first game of the season and are now 4-1 overall.
The Seattle Seahawks (3-2) beat the St. Louis Rams (2-3) on Sunday, 37-31. Seahawk running back Maurice Morris was listed on the participation roster.
The Indianapolis Colts (5-0) downed the San Francisco 49ers (1-4) by a score of 28-3. 49er safety Keith Lewis had a total of three tackles, two solo. His teammate offensive lineman Adam Snyder played in the game.
Running back Reuben Droughns rushed for 72 yards on 17 carries with a long of 14 yards in aiding his team, the Cleveland Browns over the Chicago Bears, 20-10. The Browns now are 2-2 and the Bears are 1-3. Droughns also had 4 catches for 21 yards with a long of 7.
Miami Dolphins' quarterback A.J. Feeley was listed on the Not Active list for the Dolphins' 20-14 loss to the Buffalo Bills. The loss dropped Miami to a record of 2-2 while the Bills improved to 2-3.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-1) lost its first game of the year 14-12, to the New York Jets (2-3). Tampa Bay punter Josh Bidwell had 5 punts averaging 51.8 yards with a long of 58 yards.
Linebacker Peter Sirmon and the Tennessee Titans (2-3) beat the lowly Houston Texans (0-4), 34-20. Sirmon had a tackle in the game.
He may only thrown for 97 yards, but Detroit Lions quarterback Joey Harrington was on the winning side today when the Lions defeated the Baltimore Ravens, 35-17. Harrington was 10-for-23, one touchdown and two interceptions. Harrington was also given credit for 2 yards of rushing on a carry. The Lions improved their record to 2-2 and the Ravens dropped to 1-3.
This week, Kansas City, Minnesota, N.Y. Giants, Oakland were off and two former Ducks, Justin Peelle and Igor Olshansky of the San Diego Chargers will take on the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday Night Football.
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