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Cade McNown, Bears, was 27 for 36 for 301 yards and four touchdowns in Chicago's 28-10 victory over Detroit.

Kurt Warner, Rams, completed 18 of 32 passes and threw for 319 yards and two touchdowns to Az-Zahir Hakim as St. Louis clinched home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs with a 31-10 victory over the New York Giants.

Olandis Gary, Broncos, ran for 183 yards, including a 71-yard touchdown with three minutes left that gave Denver a 30-20 lead, and the Broncos held on for a 36-30 overtime victory over Seattle.

Fred Taylor, Jaguars, rushed for 136 yards and a 41-yard touchdown in Jacksonville's 24-14 victory over Cleveland.

Marcus Robinson, Bears, caught three touchdown passes from Cade McNown and finished with 11 catches for 170 yards in Chicago's 28-10 victory over Detroit.

Jimmy Smith, Jaguars, had eight catches for 134 yards in Jacksonville's 24-14 victory over Cleveland.

Olindo Mare, Dolphins, accounted for all of Miami's points with four field goals in a 12-9 victory over San Diego. He increased his season total to 37, which matches the NFL record set by John Kasay of Carolina in 1996.

John Hall, Jets, kicked three field goals, including the game-winning 37-yarder with 1:39 left in New York's 22-21 victory over the Dallas Cowboys.


Marshall Faulk surpassed the 2,000-yard mark in total yardage -- he has 2,065 -- with six catches for 97 yards and 68 yards rushing on 16 carries in the Rams' victory over the New York Giants. Last year, he led the NFL with 2,227 yards. . . . Tampa Bay's 45-0 defeat at Oakland was the worst loss in Bucs history. . . . Chicago has beaten Detroit, Green Bay and Minnesota in the same season for the first time since 1991. . . . Philadelphia snapped a seven-game losing streak against AFC teams in their victory over New England.

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