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 NFL News - Monday, November 5, 2007   
  ... Week 9 Results, Peterson Breaks NFL Record, more ... 
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Week 9 Results

Cowboys 38, Eagles 17 

Texans 24, Raiders 17 

Patriots 24, Colts 20 

Seahawks 30, Browns 33 

Redskins 23, Jets 20 

49ers 16, Falcons 20 

Panthers 7, Titans 20 

Cardinals 10, Buccaneers 17 

Jaguars 24, Saints 41 

Chargers 17, Vikings 35 

Packers 33, Chiefs 22 

Broncos 7, Lions 44 

Bengals 21, Bills 33 

          Rookie Adrian Peterson Breaks NFL Record 

Racing to the NFL's single-game rushing record of 296 yards 
at the midpoint of his first pro season, Adrian Peterson 
carried the Vikings to a 35-17 victory over the Chargers on 
Sunday. This rookie doesn't make many mistakes. He simply 
sets a lot of records. He didn't realize the significance 
of his performance until his benign 3-yard carry took the 
clock under 60 seconds and sent him past Jamal Lewis' 295-
yard performance against Cleveland in 2003 for the best game 
a running back has ever had in this league. "Oh, no. I was 
out playing ball," Peterson said. "I wasn't thinking about 
the record at all."

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      Favre, Packers Come From Behind to Beat Chiefs

Add one more uncommon distinction to the glittering resume 
of Brett Favre. Hitting Greg Jennings for a 60-yard touch-
down pass with 3:05 to go Sunday, Favre rallied Green Bay 
past Kansas City 33-22 and joined Tom Brady and Peyton 
Manning as quarterbacks who've beaten all 31 other teams 
in the NFL. In an odd confluence of timing among three of 
the game's greats, Manning and Brady both achieved the career 
milestone only one week ahead of Favre, who had been 0-3 
against the Chiefs and was probably seeing them for the last 
time. "I've been on some pretty good teams that came in and 
lost," said Favre, who hit 24 of 34 passes for 360 yards with 
two TDs and two interceptions while notching his 40th game-
winning rally.

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     Patriots Beat Colts 24-20 in Battle of Unbeatens

No running up the score this week. Against the Colts, the 
New England Patriots had to struggle just to survive. 
Survive they did, staying on course for an unbeaten season 
as Tom Brady threw two of his three touchdown passes in a 
four-minute span of the fourth quarter to overcome a 10-
point deficit and beat Super Bowl champion Indianapolis, 
24-20, Sunday. The win, in perhaps the NFL's biggest regular-
season game ever, keeps the Patriots (9-0) on course for the 
NFL's first unbeaten season since Miami did it in 1972 and 
gives them the first tiebreaker over Indianapolis (7-1) in 
the AFC playoffs. "We were going against a hostile crowd, an 
undefeated team, we took our hats off to them. But we still 
played well enough to win," New England linebacker Junior 
Seau said.

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