Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Demetrius Williams runs the ball after making a reception against the Cleveland Browns during the second half of their football game Sunday, Dec. 17, 2006 in Baltimore.(AP Photo/Chris Gardner)
Williams scored his first professional touchdown on a 77-yard reception and had total of 100 yards on two catches. The Raven's beat the Browns 27-17. Baltimore's defensive tackle Haloti Ngata had two tackles (one solo). Browns' running back Reuben Droughns had 31 yards on eight carries and a pass reception. The Ravens improve to 11-3 for the year while the Browns sink to 4-10.
Wesly Mallard recovered a fumble and recorded three tackles for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-11) and punter Josh Bidwell had 11 boots for a 46.4-yard average with one inside the 20 and a long of 52 but the Chicago Bears prevailed 34-31 in overtime. The Bears improved to 12-2.
The Tennessee Titans (7-7) notched another win by besting the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-17. Tennessee's Peter Sirmon was on the participation list and George Wrighster had five catches for 27 yards out of his tight end position for the Jags.
Back up quarterback Kellen Clemens watched from the sidelines as the New York Jets (8-6) outlasted the Minnesota Vikings (6-8) 26-13.
A.J. Feeley also was holding the clipboard for the Philadelphia Eagles (8-6) dropped the New York Giants (7-7), 36-22.
The San Diego Chargers improved to 12-2 with a 20-9 win over the Kansas City Chiefs (7-7). Chargers' defensive end Igor Olshanky had five tackles (three solo) while Chiefs' wide receiver Samie Parker caught one pass for 26 yards.
Joey Harrington had one of his worst outings, as he was 5-of-17 for 20 yards plus one rush for seven yards as the Miami Dolphins (6-8) lost to the Buffalo Bills (7-7). 21-0.
Safety Keith Lewis left his mark on the Seattle Seahawks (8-6) when he had six tackles (five solo) for the San Francisco 49ers (6-8). Offensive lineman Adam Snyder was held out of action but the 49ers absolutely owned the Seahawks 24-14 on Thursday Night Football. Seattle's Maurice Morris two carries for 14 yards in the losing effort.
Tomorrow night the New England Patriots take on the Houston Texans on Monday Night Football.
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