(PHOTO) Joey Harrington #3 of the Miami Dolphins (6-9) looks down field in the rain for an open man against the New York Jets (9-6) in the first half at Miami Dolphin Stadium December 25, 2006 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Eliot J. Schechter/Getty Images)
Harrington played the first half against the Jets in the pouring rain but was pulled at halftime. He finished with 42 yards on 7-of-14 throwing. Justin Peelle played in the game for the Dolphins but the final score was the Jets 13, Miami 10.
Tight end George Wrighster had for 28 yards and a long of 17 for the Jacksonville Jaguars (8-7) in a 24-21 loss to the New England Patriots (11-4).
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-11) beat the Cleveland Browns (4-11), 22-7. Running back Reuben Droughns had 92 yards on 19 carries. Josh Bidwell punted twice for Tampa Bay for a 41.5-yard average with one inside the 20 and a long of 44. Wesly Mallard recorded to tackles for the Bucs.
Linebacker Peter Sirmon recorded seven tackles (three solo) for the Tennessee Titans (8-7) in their 30-29 win over the Buffalo Bills (7-8).
Safety Keith Lewis had 11 tackles (five solo) and his teammate Adam Snyder was on the participation list for the San Francisco 49ers (6-9) against the Arizona Cardinals (5-10). The Cardinals won the game 26-20.
The best team in the NFL, the San Diego Chargers (13-2) upended the Seattle Seahawks (8-7), 20-17. Chargers' defensive end Igor Olshansky had three solo tackles and an assist. Seahawk running back Maurice Morris had one carry for three yards and a pass reception.
The Baltimore Ravens (12-3) beat up the Pittsburgh Steelers (7-8), 31-7. Ravens wide receiver Demetrius Williams had a touchdown reception and finished with two catches for 45 yards and a long of 25. Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata had his first career sack. He had a total of six tackles (two solo).
On Saturday wide receiver Samie Parker had three catches for 48 yards with a long of 24 for the Kansas City Chiefs (8-7) in a win over the Oakland Raiders (2-13) by a score of 20-9.
Compiled from www.nfl.com and AP reports.
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