(PHOTO) Demetrius Williams #87 of the Baltimore Ravens catches a pass out of bounds against Walt Harris #27 of the San Francisco 49ers during a NFL game on October 7, 2007 at Monster Park in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)
Williams had four catches for 39 yards in the Ravens' 9-7 win. Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata recorded four total tackles (two solo) as the Ravens improved to 3-2 for the year while the 49ers dropped to 2-3. San Francisco's Adam Snyder started at left tackle and safety Keith Lewis played in the game.
Justin Peelle had a catch for five yards but his Miami Dolphins remain winless after five game losing to the 3-2 Houston Texans, 22-19.
Tight end George Wrighster was one of the starters for the Jacksonville Jaguars (3-1) but did not record a catch, but Samie Parker had two catches for 28 yards and scored the only touchdown for the Kansas City Chiefs as the Jaguars won 17-7.
Running back Reuben Droughns had two carries for 15 yards as his New York Giants (3-2) defeated the New York Jets (1-4) by a score of 35-24. Jets' back up quarterback Kellen Clemens did not play.
The Seattle Seahawks (3-2) and running back Maurice Morris were shut out by the Pittsburgh Steelers, 21-0. Morris did not have a carry and the Steelers improved their record to 4-1 with the win.
The Atlanta Falcons (1-4) pulled quarterback Joey Harrington, but still couldn't find any success as the Falcons lost to the Tennessee Titans (3-1) by a 30-13 mark. Harrington was 16-for-31, 87 yards no touchdowns and one interception.
Punter Josh Bidwell have five punts averaging 36.4 yards with a long of 53 but his Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-2) lost to the Indianapolis Colts, 33-14. The win improved the Colts' record to 5-0.
Head Coach Norv Turner found the solution for the San Diego Chargers' woes but putting on a 41-3 whooping of the Denver Broncos. Chargers' defensive end Igor Olshansky had a tackle. The Lightning Bolts are now 2-3 for the season as are the Broncos.
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