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NFL WEEK 6

Week 7 schedule

Sunday

Buffalo at Baltimore, 1

Washington at Chicago, 1

Cincinnati at Atlanta, 1

Philadelphia at Tennessee, 1

Pittsburgh at Miami, 1

St. Louis at Tampa Bay, 1

Cleveland at New Orleans, 1

Jacksonville at Kansas City, 1

San Francisco at Carolina, 1

Arizona at Seattle, 4

Oakland at Denver, 4:15

New England at San Diego, 4:15

Minnesota at Green Bay, 8:20

Monday, Oct. 25

N.Y. Giants at Dallas, 8:30

Top five quarterbacks

Kevin Kolb Eagles 326 yards 3 TD

Aaron Rodgers Packers 313 yards 1 TD

Peyton Manning Colts 307 yards 2 TD

Matt Schaub Texans 305 yards 2 TD

Tom Brady Patriots 292 yards 1 TD



Top five running backs

Chris Ivory Saints 158 yards 0 TD

. Frank Gore 49ers 149 yards 0 TD

Ahmad Bradshaw Giants 133 yards 0 TD

Joseph Addai Colts 128 yards 1 TD

Steven Jackson Rams 109 yards 1 TD



Top five receivers

Jeremy Maclin Eagles 159 yards 2 TD

. Calvin Johnson Lions 146 yards 1 TD

Andre Johnson Texans 138 yards 1 TD

Greg Jennings Packers 133 yards 1 TD

Brandon Marshall Dolphins 127 yards 0 TD

NFL WEEK 6 10/17/10 [Last modified: Sunday, October 24, 2010 4:15pm]
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  1. Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze resigns over 'inappropriate conduct' (w/ video)

    College

    OXFORD, Miss. — Mississippi coach Hugh Freeze was at Jackson Country Club on Wednesday night, giving his yearly rah-rah speech about the Rebels overcoming adversity and getting ready for the college football season.

    If Hugh Freeze hadn’t resigned, Ole Miss says it would have fired him for violating his contract’s moral turpitude clause.
  2. Fennelly: With playoff chase in high gear, it's time for Rays to make a move

    The Heater

    ST. PETERSBURG

    Thursday was an off-day for the Rays, who are coming off a solid western swing. I assume there was no rest for the tag-team Rays baseball brain trust of Matt Silverman, Erik Neander and Chaim Bloom, whose job it is to improve this team in advance of the trade deadline. They've done a good job …

    Evan Longoria is glad to see the Rangers coming to town: He’s batting .296 against them with 15 homers and 56 RBIs in 69 career games.
  3. Rays vs. Rangers, 7:10 p.m. Friday, Tropicana Field

    The Heater

    Tonight: vs. Rangers

    7:10, Tropicana Field

    TV/radio: Fox Sports Sun; 620-AM, 680-AM (Spanish)

    PORT CHARLOTTE, FL - FEBRUARY 18:  Alex Cobb #53 of the Tampa Bay Rays poses for a portrait during the Tampa Bay Rays photo day on February 18, 2017 at Charlotte Sports Park in Port Charlotte, Floida.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
  4. Good news for Rays on Steven Souza Jr. as MRI shows 'no damage' to hip

    Blogs

    The Rays got good news today on RF Steven Souza Jr., as an MRI showed "no damage" to his left hip.

    Steven Souza Jr. #20 of the Tampa Bay Rays holds his leg after hurting himself trying to steal second base in the first inning against the Oakland Athletics at Oakland Alameda Coliseum on July 19, 2017 in Oakland, California.
  5. Bucs raise prices for single tickets to marquee games

    Blogs

    The Bucs will have single-game tickets for 2017 home games on sale July 28, with a new wrinkle: the best games will cost more for fans.

    Bucs fans cheer Jameis Winston after a victory in their final home game of the 2016 season. Individual tickets for the Bucs' three most coveted home games (against the Patriots, Bears and Giants) will cost more in 2017.