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Sunday, December 12, 2004

Monday, December 13, 2004

NFL SUNDAY LIVE

Michael Crabtree makes a spectacular catch along the sideline on 4th-and-2 to set up a last-second field goal, giving the 49ers a 10-7 lead over the Redskins at halftime.

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Another Cards comeback?

Sure Arizona is down 9-3 at half, but it's not all bad for the Cardinals. They are The 3-1 this season when tied or trailing at halftime. Is there a second-half comeback brewing?

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Missed opportunity for the Cardinals. With a 3rd and goal from the 5-yard line, Drew Stanton hits Jaron Brown in the front-middle of the end zone, but it goes right through Brown's hands and Arizona has to settle for a field goal to end the first half.

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Peyton Mannings touchdown pass today makes it 50 straight games with a TD pass for the Broncos QB, four shy of Drew Brees NFL record. Denver still trails Miami, 14-10.

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"I couldn't hit the broad side of a barn from five yards away."

Ryan Mallett (21-of-45, 189 yards) evaluating his play in the Texans' loss today.

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Once, twice... third time's the charm for the Redskins, who punch it in on their third straight run up the middle from the 1-yard line. Alfred Morris scores his seventh rushing TD of the year, and Washington is tied with San Francisco, 7-7.

Arizona with 5 sacks already

The Arizona Cardinals have already sacked Russell Wilson five times, the most Wilson has been sacked in a game this season. The Cardinals came into today's game with only 18.0 sacks -- 24th in the league.

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WASHINGTON GOING WRONG WAY

The Redskins' offense continues to struggle. Early in the second quarter at San Francisco, Washington has totaled negative-9 yards of offense through the passing game, and just 31 total.

Ryan Tannehill rushes for his first TD of the year and the Dolphins have a 14-3 lead over the Broncos early in the second quarter.

After coming out of the game with a reported back injury, Marshawn Lynch is back on the field for Seattle.

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HIGHLIGHTS: RB Matt Forte supplied 112 of the Bears' 204 total yards of offense, including two rushing TDs, but and that was enough for Chicago in a 21-13 win over Tampa Bay.

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HIGHLIGHTS: Josh Huff returned the opening kickoff 107 yards for a touchdown and LeSean McCoy ran for 130 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles' 43-24 win over the Titans.

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Three Steven Hauschka field goals -- from 27 yards, 32 and 52 -- are the only offense for either team as the Seahawks lead the Cardinals 9-0.

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Three Steven Hauschka field goals -- from 27 yards, 32 and 52 -- are the only offense for either team as the Seahawks lead the Cardinals 9-0.

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