Week 7 for NFL Ducks

Despite career high single game passing yardage, a former Duck quarterback and his team were unable to notch a win. Meanwhile two former Duck running backs were starters on Sunday in Week 7 of the 2006 NFL season.

(PHOTO) Miami Dolphins quarterback Joey Harrington prepares to pass against the Green Bay Packers in the second quarter of an NFL football game in Miami, Sunday, Oct. 22, 2006. The Packers won 34-24. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

Harrington was 33-for-62, 414 yards (career high), two touchdowns and three interceptions. Tight end Justin Peelle started for Miami. The Dolphins are now 1-6 for the season while Green Bay improved to 2-4.

The Kansas City Chiefs (3-3) downed the San Diego Chargers 30-27. Chiefs' wide receiver Samie Parker had catch for 15 yards. Defensive end Igor Olshansky was on the Not Active roster due to a torn meniscus and is expected to be out of action for three or four weeks. The Chargers record is now 4-2.

Running back Reuben Droughns had 33 yards on 12 carries for the Cleveland Browns (1-5) in a 17-7 loss to the Denver Broncos (5-1).

The Jacksonville Jaguars dropped to 3-3 for the year when the Houston Texans (2-4) dropped them 27-7. Tight end George Wrighster had one catch for three yards for the Jaguars.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-4) upset the Philadelphia Eagles 23-21. Punter Josh Bidwell had six punts averaging 40.2 yards with a long of 52 and one inside the 20 for Tampa Bay. Reserve quarterback A.J. Feeley was on the Not Active list for the 4-3 Eagles.

Another back up quarterback, Kellen Clemens did not play for the New York Jets in their 31-24 win over the Detroit Lions. The win moved the Jets to 4-3 for the season while the loss dropped the Lions to 1-6.

Running back Maurice Morris gained 49 yards with a long of 27 on 17 carries and had two catches for nine yards but his Seattle Seahawks (4-2) lost to the Minnesota Vikings (4-2) by a score of 31-13.

The Baltimore Ravens, Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints, San Francisco 49ers, St. Louis Rams and Tennessee Titans were off this week. The New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys square off tomorrow on Monday Night Football.

Compiled from www.nfl.com, AP and Scout.com reports.

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