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 NFL News - Monday, November 19, 2007
... Week 11 Results, Eagles, Patriots and More ...

Week 11 NFL Schedule

Cleveland 33, Baltimore 30 	

Jacksonville 24, San Diego 17 	 

Philadelphia 17, Miami 7 	 

Minnesota 29, Oakland 22 	 

Indianapolis 13, Kansas City 10  

Green Bay 31, Carolina 17 	 

NY Giants 16, Detroit 10 	 

Tampa Bay 31, Atlanta 7 	 

Houston 23, New Orleans 10 	

Arizona 35, Cincinnati 27 	

NY Jets 19, Pittsburgh 16 	 

Seattle 30, Chicago 23 	 

St. Louis 13, San Francisco 9 	 

Dallas 28, Washington 23 	 

New England 56, Buffalo 10 	 

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Kicker Scobee returns to action for Jaguars

Jaguars kicker Josh Scobee was active for the first time in 
more than two months Sunday, replacing John Carney against the 
San Diego Chargers. Carney was inactive. Scobee injured his 
right (kicking) quadriceps in warmups before the season opener 
and missed the next eight games. He had two setbacks during his 
rehabilitation, prompting the Jaguars to be cautious with his 
return. Defensive end Bobby McCray was inactive for the first 
time this season for Jacksonville. McCray opened the year as a 
starter, but has just seven tackles and no sacks in nine games. 
He had 10 sacks last season and signed a one-year tender worth 
$1.85 million. The Chargers, as expected, were without 
defensive end Luis Castillo (ankle) and center Nick Hardwick

Patriots Kevin Faulk incurs head injury against Bills

New England running back Kevin Faulk sustained a head injury 
after catching a 10-yard pass Sunday and the team said his 
return to the Patriots game with Buffalo was doubtful. The 
injury occurred midway in the second quarter after Faulk 
caught a pass from Tom Brady and was hit by Buffalo's Donte 
Whitner at the Bills 11-yard line. He sat on the ground, then 
walked off the field and sat on the bench. Faulk is the 
Patriots' third-down back. He was third on the team in rushing 
entering the game and fourth in receiving with 25 catches.

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Eagles QB McNabb sprains ankle

Donovan McNabb gave the Philadelphia Eagles another mid-November 
scare, going out in the second quarter with a sprained right 
ankle Sunday. McNabb was injured in the second quarter of the 
Eagles' 17-7 victory against the winless Miami Dolphins. He came 
out for the second half in his uniform. Despite a strong game 
from backup A.J. Feeley, Eagles coach Andy Reid is sticking with 
his starter, who threw two interceptions in limited action against 
the Dolphins. "If Donovan's healthy, he's the quarterback," Reid 
said. McNabb's injury comes nearly a full year after his season 
ended with a torn knee ligament. X-rays were negative Sunday, 
and he stood on the sideline for the second half. McNabb played 
a full game after breaking the same ankle in November 2002. He 
missed the rest of that regular season, the first of three times 
he went down for the season in mid-November. McNabb also had a 
bandage on his throwing hand at the postgame press conference 
and said he jammed his thumb on a different play. "I'm going 
to make sure I'm right to get back out there," he said.

Giants LB Kiwanuka breaks leg

The New York Giants' 16-10 win over Detroit came with a big 
price: linebacker Mathias Kiwanuka broke his left leg and 
running back Brandon Jacobs was sidelined with a hamstring 
injury. Giants coach Tom Coughlin said Kiwanuka might be out 
for the season. "It's obviously a big loss for us," Coughlin 
said. Kiwanuka was hurt when teammate Osi Umenyiora rolled 
into him while making a tackle on the second play of the game. 
0He was helped off the field, keeping his left foot off the 
ground, and was later taken away on a cart. X-rays revealed 
Kiwanuka broke his fibula. Late in the third quarter, Jacobs 
limped off the field while trying to keep weight off his left 
leg and did not return.

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