(PHOTO) Philadelphia Eagles quarterback A.J. Feeley rushes during the first half of their NFL football game against the New England Patriots, Sunday, Nov. 25, 2007 in Foxborough, Mass. (AP Photo/Winslow Townson)
Feeley shocked the world of the National Football League by going 27-for-42 and three touchdowns, but it was the second of three interceptions that stopped the Eagles (5-5) from pulling the upset of the year and the New England Patriots (10-0) escaped with a 31-28 win.
Igor Olshansky recorded five tackles including a sack and forced a fumble as his San Diego Chargers (5-5) downed the Baltimore Ravens, 32-14. Haloti Ngata had five solo tackles and an assist for the Ravens, whose record now drops to 4-6 for the year.
The San Francisco 49ers won in over time 37-31 to beat the Arizona Cardinals. The win is the second of the season in 10 ties for the 49ers and Adam Sndyer started at tackle. Safety Keith Lewis was also in the game. The Cardinals slip to 5-5 with the loss.
Wide receiver Samie Parker had a catch for nine yards but his Kansas City Chiefs (3-8) lost to the Oakland Raiders 20-17. The win improved the Raiders record to 3-8.
Despite losing 41-17, the New York Giants (7-4) gave the ball to running back Reuben Droughns who had 15 carries for 46 yards and touchdown. He also grabbed a pass for six yards. The Minnesota Vikings improved their record to 5-6 with the win over the Giants.
The Seattle Seahawks improved to 7-4 for the year with a 24-19 win over the St. Louis Rams. Running back Maurice Morris carried the ball 16 times for 79 yards with a long run of 46. Morris also had a catch for five yards.
Punter Josh Bidwell had seven punts, averaging 42 yards with a long of 61 and three inside the 20 as his Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-4) stopped the Washington Redskins, 19-13. The Redskins are now 5-6 for the season.
Tight end George Wrighster had two catches for 12 yards for the Jacksonville Jaguars (8-3) in a 36-14 victory over the Buffalo Bills (5-6).
Rookie Dante Rosario saw action for the Carolina Panthers (4-7) in a 31-6 loss to the New Orleans Saints. The Saints improved to 5-6 for the year.
On Thanksgiving Day, Joey Harrington was 14-for-30, 155, a touchdown and two interceptions as the Atlanta Falcons (3-8) lost to the Indianapolis Colts, 31-13. The Colts win was the ninth of the year against two losses.
The other former Duck playing on Turkey Day was Kellen Clemens for the New York Jets (2-9). The Dallas Cowboys (10-1) overwhelmed the Jets, 34-3. Clemens went 12-for-27, 142 yards and an interception in the loss.
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