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NFL REPORT

Stars

Rushing
Steve Broussard, Seahawks, had 77- and 43-yard TD runs and gained 138 yards on six carries. . . . Eddie George, Oilers, had 116 yards on 26 carries and scored once in the same game. . . . Gary Brown, Chargers, ran for 181 yards and a touchdown against Oakland.

Passing
Mark Brunell, Jaguars, threw three touchdowns and no interceptions in beating Cincinnati. . . . Dan Marino, Dolphins, completed 19 of 31 passes for 259 yards, with a touchdown and no interceptions in a victory over Kansas City.
Receiving
Yancey Thigpen, Steelers, had 162 yards on seven catches. . . . Antonio Freeman, Packers, had only three receptions, but two were for touchdowns.
Defense
Jessie Armstead, Giants, was in on 18 tackles in the upset of Dallas. . . . Marvcus Patton, Redskins, made 15 tackles against Philadelphia.

Steals

DE Gabe Wilkins, Packers, intercepted his first career pass and ran it back 77 yards for a score. . . . Tito Wooten, Giants, returned the first of his two interceptions against Troy Aikman 61 yards for the go-ahead touchdown against Dallas. . . . Ravens cornerback Eugene Daniel had two interceptions to give him 38 in 200 career games.

Stats

When the Seahawks' 16-13 victory over the Oilers at Seattle ended, it marked the completion of the NFL's 10,000th regular-season game. . . . The Dolphins won their 300th game (300-196-4) since joining the AFL as an expansion team in 1966. . . . Thurman Thomas, Bills, gained 73 yards and had 21 yards receiving, making him the third back in NFL history with at least 10,000 yards rushing and 4,000 yards receiving. . . . Dan Marino, Dolphins, got his 126th win as a starting quarterback, moving him ahead of Fran Tarkenton into second place on the career list, trailing John Elway (131).

Special teams

Will Blackwell, Steelers, returned a kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown. . . . Eddie Murray, Vikings, kicked his 234th consecutive extra point, tying the NFL record set by Tommy Davis of San Francisco from 1959-65. . . . Kevin Butler made field goals of 23, 23, 28 and 49 yards, but missed a 31-yarder with 52 seconds to go as Arizona lost, 20-19, to Minnesota.

Streaks

Tampa Bay had its five-game winning streak snapped as Green Bay won its 22nd straight at home. . . . Emmitt Smith failed to score for the seventh straight regular-season game, the longest TD drought of his eight-year career. . . . Kansas City has lost six straight at Miami. . . . The Eagles are 8-0 in October since Ray Rhodes was named coach in 1995. . . . Cary Blanchard set a Colts record with at least one field goal in 19 straight games.

Slumps

The Ravens blew a second-half lead for the 11th time since they moved to Baltimore last year. . . . Oakland gained only 13 yards rushing vs. San Diego. . . . The Cardinals (1-4) have lost those four games by a total of 11 points.

Sacks

Reggie White, Packers, snuffed Tampa's first two drives of the second half with third-down sacks. He has 5 1/2 this season and 171 in his career, most in NFL history. . . . Kelvin Pritchett, Jaguars, had three sacks vs. Cincinnati. . . . Chidi Ahanotu, Bucs, got two sacks, as did John Randle, Vikings, and Ray Lee Johnson, Chargers.

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