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  • Nov
    14

    Friday, Nov 14, 2008

    Philadelphia 3-5 (Road: 1-3)
    7:00pm ET
    Indiana 4-3 (Home: 3-1)
    TV: FSIN

    Utah 6-2 (Road: 2-2)
    7:00pm ET
    Charlotte 2-5 (Home: 2-3)
    TV: FSUT

    Washington 1-5 (Road: 0-3)
    7:30pm ET
    Miami 4-4 (Home: 3-1)
    Oklahoma City 1-7 (Road: 0-3)
    7:30pm ET
    New York 5-3 (Home: 3-1)
    TV: MSG
    Atlanta 6-1 (Road: 4-1)
    7:30pm ET
    New Jersey 2-5 (Home: 1-3)
    TV: YES

    Milwaukee 4-5 (Road: 2-3)
    8:00pm ET
    Memphis 3-6 (Home: 2-1)
    TV: FSWI
    Denver 4-4 (Road: 2-3)
    8:00pm ET
    Boston 8-1 (Home: 5-0)
    TV: ESPN

    Portland 5-3 (Road: 2-3)
    8:00pm ET
    New Orleans 4-3 (Home: 2-2)
    Houston 5-3 (Road: 3-2)
    8:30pm ET
    San Antonio 2-5 (Home: 1-3)
    TV: SS

    Orlando 5-3 (Road: 1-1)
    8:30pm ET
    Dallas 2-6 (Home: 0-3)
    TV: FSSW
    Phoenix 6-3 (Road: 4-1)
    10:00pm ET
    Sacramento 4-5 (Home: 3-1)
    TV: MY45
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    Detroit 6-2 (Road: 4-1)
    10:30pm ET
    LA Lakers 7-0 (Home: 3-0)
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  • Nov
    2

    The Tennessee Titans remained unbeaten on the season at 8-0 with a 19-16 overtime victory over the Green Bay Packers. Rod Bironas’ 41-yard field goal in overtime was the difference. The game was a defensive battle through and through. Each team scored only 1 touchdown (the Titans on a 3-yard run by Chris Johnson and the Packers on a 5-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to Donald Driver). Bironas kicked 4 field goals for the Titans, while Mason Crosby kicked 3 field goals for the Packers. The Titans still sit atop the AFC South with a 4-game lead over the Indianapolis Colts (who defeated the New England Patriots 18-15). The Packers are tied for 2nd in the NFC North with the Minnesota Vikings, and are 1 game behind the Detroit Lions who defeated the Detroit Lions 27-23 at Soldier Field.

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    The New York Giants kept pace with the Titans with a convincing 35-14 win over the Dallas Cowboys at Giants Stadium. The Giants opened up a 21-7 halftime lead and ended up cruising to a 21-point win. Giants Quarterback Eli Manning threw for 147 yards and 3 touchdowns, while Brandon Jacobs and Derrick Ward each had rushing touchdowns in the 2nd half to preserve the win. The Giants defense was outstanding once again with 3 interceptions, 1 fumble recovery and 4 sacks. The Giants stand atop the NFC East with a 7-1 record. They have a 1 game lead over the Washington Redskins who play on Monday Night Football against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Cowboys fell to 5-4 and are in the last place in the NFC East.

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