Week 4 for NFL Ducks

A former Duck hit the century mark in rushing to help his team win while another ex-running back struggled along with his team on Sunday Night Football. Week 3 in the NFL is in the books and here is what happened to the former Ducks.

(PHOTO) Oakland Raiders safety Michael Huff (24) tackles Cleveland Browns running back Reuben Droughns (34) in the second quarter of their NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 1, 2006, in Oakland, Calif. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

The Browns (1-3) won the contest 24-21 over the Raiders (0-3). Droughns had 100 yards rushing on 25 carries plus two pass receptions for 25 yards.

Tight end Justin Peelle had one catch for seven yards but his Miami Dolphins (1-3) lost to the Houston Texans (1-3) by a score of 17-15. Dolphin back-up quarterback Joey Harrington did not play.

Another former Duck tight end and currently with the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-2), George Wrighster had five catches for 53 yards with a long of 23 in Jacksonville's 36-30 overtime loss to the Washington Redskins (2-2).

Two former Ducks that played in last year's Oregon win over Arizona State were on the turf for the Baltimore Ravens (4-0) against the San Diego Chargers (2-1). Baltimore defensive tackle Haloti Ngata notched three tackles (one solo) and wide receiver Demetrius Williams caught one pass for six yards in Baltimore's 16-13 win. Chargers' defensive end Igor Olshansky started but was not credited with a tackle.

Quarterback Kellen Clemens is still listed as Not Active for the New York Jets (2-2). The Jets lost to the Indianapolis Colts, 31-28. The Colts remain unbeaten in four games.

Linebacker Peter Sirmon had a total of five tackles (three solo) but his Tennessee Titans (0-4) lost to the Dallas Cowboys 45-14. The Cowboys are now 2-1 for the season.

The Kansas City Chiefs (1-2) walked all over the San Francisco 49ers (1-3) in a 41-0 shutout. Chiefs' wide receiver Samie Parker had two catches for nine yards. Offensive lineman Adam Snyder started for the 49ers and safety Keith Lewis had a tackle.

The Chicago Bears (4-0)made it clear that they are the best team in the NFC by a 37-6 win over the Seattle Seahawks (3-1). Seattle's running back Maurice Morris rushed for 32 yards on 10 carries and caught one pass for two yards. Complied from www.nfl.com and AP reports.

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