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Steve McNair, Titans, who had just one touchdown pass in his previous seven games, threw a career-high five TDs to five receivers as Tennessee routed the Jacksonville Jaguars, 41-14.

Kurt Warner, Rams, completed 24 of 35 passes and threw for 334 yards and three touchdowns in a 34-12 victory over Chicago.

Jim Harbaugh, Chargers, completed 23 of 36 passes for 325 yards and two touchdowns in San Diego's 23-20 victory over Oakland.
Robert Smith, Vikings, carried 16 times for 146 yards, including a 70-yard run, in Minnesota's 34-17 victory over the New York Giants.

Jerome Bettis, Steelers, ran for 137 yards on 33 carries and had an 8-yard touchdown run in Pittsburgh's 30-20 victory over Carolina.

Byron Hanspard and Bob Christian, Falcons, combined for 156 yards and three touchdowns in Atlanta's 37-14 victory over Arizona. Hanspard was the first Atlanta runner to surpass 100 yards this season with 102, and Christian had two touchdowns, including a 33-yarder.
Marshall Faulk, Rams, played only one series in the second half, but still finished with 204 yards on a personal-best 12 catches in St. Louis' 34-10 victory over Chicago.

Marvin Harrison, Colts, set a team record with 14 receptions for 138 yards as Indianapolis beat Cleveland, 29-28.

Cris Carter, who made only a token appearance last week because of a sprained ankle, had five catches for 131 yards and a touchdown in Minnesota's 34-17 victory over the New York Giants.
Matt Stover, Ravens, booted five field goals in Baltimore's 22-0 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.

John Carney, Chargers, made his third field goal of the game, a 37-yarder with 8:09 remaining, giving San Diego a 23-20 victory over Oakland. Carney now has 1,001 points in his 11-year career.

Mike Vanderjagt, Colts, kicked three field goals, including a game-winning 21-yarder with four seconds left, lifting Indianapolis to a 29-28 victory over Cleveland.


Marshall Faulk has 2,323 total yards -- 1,302 rushing and 1,021 receiving -- and needs 36 yards in the season finale at Philadelphia to break Barry Sanders' 1997 total yardage record of 2,358.


The Tennessee Titans are 8-0 at home at Adelphia Coliseum this season after defeating Jacksonville, and they will play host to at least one playoff game. . . . The Minnesota Vikings made the playoffs for the seventh time in eight seasons under Dennis Green by routing the New York Giants. . . . Cleveland finished 0-8 at home after a loss to Indianapolis. . . . St. Louis has won nine in a row in the Trans World Dome, including eight this season by an average margin of 35-11. The Rams beat Chicago.

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