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WHERE'S THE BEEF?: It's on the offensive line. On opening day, there were 339 players weighing at least 300 pounds and 236 were on the offensive line. At 384 pounds, Cardinals guard Leonard Davis is the heaviest in the league.

But while others have been stockpiling mammoth linemen, the Broncos have only two who weigh 300 or more. It doesn't seem to hinder the Broncos, who consistently produce 1,000-yard rushers.

The Cowboys and Texans lead the NFL with 10 players of at least 300 pounds. The Bucs have eight and the Seahawks have six.

TALK ABOUT YOUR FANTASY WEEKEND: Six players scored three touchdownsopening week, the most in any week since 1970. They were Shaun Alexander (Seahawks), Jerome Bettis (Steelers), Ahman Green (Packers), Quentin Griffin (Broncos), Priest Holmes (Chiefs) and Terrell Owens (Eagles). Any bets on who will have more than one today?

SAD SACK: Bucs quarterback Brad Johnson really has nothing to complain about. Come to think of it, no quarterback in the NFL does, other than the Texans' David Carr. Three years into his career, Carr has been dropped 93 times _ 76 as a rookie, 15 in 2003 and two so far this season.

Times staff writer Roger Mills compiled this report with information from other news organizations.