Week 11 For NFL Ducks

A former Duck has led his team to three straight wins and a new starter in San Francisco made an impact today in Week 11 of the NFL.

(PHOTO) Quarterback Joey Harrington (3) of the Miami Dolphins looks for an open man down field against Minnesota Vikings in the first half at Miami Dolphin Stadium November 19, 2006 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Eliot J. Schechter/Getty Images)

Harrington was 26-for-42, 254 yards, one interception and one 11-yard touchdown to tight end Justin Peelle. Peelle caught three of Harrington's passes for 21 yards. The Dolphins won their third straight game, 24-20 and improving to 4-6 for the season. The Vikings are now also 4-6 for the year.

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Demetrius Williams had a catch for seven yards and his teammate defensive tackle Haloti Ngata had four tackles (one solo) as the Ravens (8-2) beat the 5-5 Atlanta Falcons, 24-10.

A sprained right foot sidelined Cleveland Browns running back Reuben Droughns (inactive for the game) against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers (4-6) won the game 24-20. The Browns now are 3-7 for the year.

The leading receiver today for the Kansas City Chiefs (6-4) was Samie Parker, who had three catches for 44 yards and a long of 18. The Chiefs beat the Oakland Raiders 17-13. The Raiders record drop to 2-8 with the loss.

Starting safety Keith Lewis, of the San Francisco 49ers (5-5) had an interception, a fumble recovery returned for 23 yards and four tackles all solo as the 49ers beat the Seattle Seahawks, 20-14. Lewis' teammate offensive lineman Adam Snyder played in the game. Seattle's Maurice Morris two carries for 12 yards and one reception for minus seven yards. Seattle's record is now 6-4.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers improved to 3-7 for the year with a 20-17 win over the Washington Redskins (3-7). Josh Bidwell had three punts averaging 48.7 yards with one inside the 20 and a long of 51 for the Buccaneers. Tampa Bay linebacker Wesly Mallard was on the participation list.

Linebacker Peter Sirmon had five tackles (three solo) for the Tennessee Titans (3-7) in a 31-13 win over the Philadelphia Eagles (5-5). Eagles back up quarterback A.J. Feeley was on the Not Active list, but his status could change due to the season-ending injury to Donovan McNabb.

Another back up quarterback, Kellen Clemens watched from the sidelines as his New York Jets (5-5) lost to Chicago Bears 10-0. The Bears improved to 9-1 for the year.

Defensive end Igor Olshansky had three tackles (two solo) before being ejected in the San Diego Chargers (8-2) 35-27 win over the Denver Broncos (7-3).

Tomorrow the New York Giants take on George Wrighster and the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday Night Football.

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