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 NFL News - Monday, December 3,2007
... Week 13 Results, Taylor and more...

Week 13 NFL Scores

San Francisco 14  vs. Carolina 31	

Jacksonville 25 vs. Indianapolis 28	

San Diego 24 vs. Kansas City 10	

N.Y. Jets 40 vs. Miami 13	

Detroit 10 vs. Minnesota 42	

Seattle 28 vs. Philadelphia 24	

Atlanta 16 vs. St. Louis 28	

Houston 20 vs. Tennessee 28	

Buffalo 17 vs. Washington 16	

Cleveland 21 vs. Arizona 27	

Denver 20 vs. Oakland 34	

Tampa Bay 27 vs. New Orleans 23	

N.Y. Giants 21 vs. Chicago 16	

Cincinnati 10 vs. Pittsburgh 24	


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Thousands expected at funeral for Redskins star Sean Taylor

Some mourned the athlete. Others mourned the classmate and 
neighbor. All mourned the hometown hero. Thousands were 
expected to follow a wake and vigil Sunday night with a 
massive funeral for slain NFL player Sean Taylor on Monday 
at Florida International University's Pharmed Arena. Meanwhile, 
four young men charged with killing the Washington Redskins 
star safety sat in jail cells on the other side of the state.
"We lost one of our best. The whole community feels it," said 
Khary Pestaina, who lives in Taylor's former south Miami 
neighborhood and came to the packed wake at Second Baptist 
Church on Sunday. Wearing a dark suit, Taylor was in a wooden 
coffin, surrounded by flower arrangements and heralded by a 
church choir. Hundreds of mourners filed by him, bowing 
their heads, crossing themselves and shaking with tears. 
A police officer stood guard near a casket cordoned off by 
red velvet ropes. "He's like my hero," whispered Josh Persad
as he waited in line outside the church. The freshman at 
Miramar High School came wearing a Taylor jersey.
After the wake, about 2,000 fans gathered for a somber 
vigil outside BankUnited Center at the University of Miami, 
where the athlete's skills made him an idol. They held white 
candles toward the sky as a university band performed the 
alma mater. Some said they would emulate him, others said 
they would always remember him. Taylor's No. 26 jersey from 
the school was framed, along with a photo of him in his 
Hurricanes uniform. "Sean is with God now," his father, 
Pedro Taylor said. The remembrances came only hours after a 
fourth man charged in the shooting death of the 24-year-old 
Taylor appeared briefly in court and, like his co-defendants, 
was denied bond. Jason Mitchell, 19, appeared via 
videoconference in a Fort Myers courtroom, about 100 
miles from here. Dressed in an orange jumpsuit, he 
responded quietly when asked if he understood the charges. 
"He looks like he's in shock," said Sawyer Smith, one of 
his attorneys. Three others - Eric Rivera, 17; Charles 
Wardlow, 18; and Venjah Hunte, 20 - made their first court 
appearance Saturday. All four have been charged with 
unpremeditated murder, home invasion with a firearm or 
another deadly weapon and armed burglary. They will be 
transported to Miami, though authorities haven't said when.


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Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers to perform during halftime of 
Super Bowl

Rock 'n' rollers Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers will perform 
during halftime of the Super Bowl on Feb. 3 at the University 
of Phoenix Stadium. The NFL made the announcement Sunday.
The group has sold more than 50 million records since releasing
its debut album in 1976. Its hits include "Free Fallin'," 
"Breakdown," "Refugee," "I Won't Back Down," "Don't Come 
Around Here No More," "You Don't Know How It Feels," and 
"Runnin' Down A Dream." Petty, an 18-time Grammy nominee with 
one of rock 'n' roll's most distinctive voices, has also done 
solo work and was a founding member of The Traveling Wilburys, 
playing alongside George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison and 
Jeff Lynne. Recent Super Bowl halftime acts include the Rolling 
Stones, Paul McCartney, and Prince. Nearly 140 million TV 
viewers in the United States watched Prince last year.

McCown throws three TD passes

Josh McCown had a good game. And if you didn't really notice, 
that's fine with him. Another quarterback might have been 
bothered if he threw three touchdown passes, his team won a 
second consecutive game and the buzz was all about the backup 
who played two series. Not McCown. McCown tied a career high 
by tossing three scoring passes on a day JaMarcus Russell made 
his NFL debut in the Raiders' 34-20 victory over the Denver 
Broncos on Sunday at McAfee Coliseum. McCown completed 14 of 
21 passes for 141 yards while playing with an injured left 
hand that hurt him on handoffs. His right hand, however, was 
well, as he connected with Tim Dwight, Jerry Porter and Zach 
Miller for touchdowns. He started in place of Daunte Culpepper, 
out because of a quadriceps injury, and started fast.
McCown threw a 15-yard scoring pass to Dwight on the opening 
series, ending a streak of 36 consecutive games in which the 
Raiders did not score a touchdown on their opening drive.
He hit Miller for a 13-yard score to give the Raiders a 14-7 
lead upon returning to the game after Russell completed 4 of 7 
passes for 56 yards in two series. "It was cool," McCown 
said of playing after Russell. "It was great for our team. 
It brought us energy. If it helps our team, I'm all for that."
The good feeling permeated the offense, which had only one 
penalty and didn't allow a sack. Justin Fargas contributed 
146 rushing yards and a touchdown. As an added bonus, the 
Raiders' last-ranked rush defense held the Broncos to 86 yards.

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