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Tonight's Game
Dallas at Washington (9 p.m., Ch. 7). The Cowboys (0-2), with quarterback Troy Aikman sidelined for the second straight week by a concussion, have won five straight against the Redskins (1-1).

The Redskins opened their checkbook and were the NFL's big attraction when the season began. But they've played sluggishly in both games. They've also lost their top receiver, Michael Westbrook, with a knee injury.

Dallas will have Randall Cunningham at quarterback for the second straight week while Aikman sits with the ninth concussion of his career.


Elvis Grbac, Chiefs, threw five touchdown passes, going 20 for 33 for 235 yards as Kansas City beat San Diego, 42-10.

Kerry Collins, Giants, was 24 of 33 for 249 yards and a touchdown in New York's 14-7 victory at Chicago.

Tim Couch, Browns, was 23 of 31 for 316 yards and two TDs in Cleveland's 23-20 victory over Pittsburgh.

Daunte Culpepper, Vikings, went 19 for 28 for 177 yards and two touchdowns, and ran 12 times for 59 yards as Minnesota beat New England, 21-13.

Mike Anderson, Broncos, ran for an NFL season-high 187 yards on 32 carries as Denver beat Oakland, 33-24.

Marshall Faulk, Rams, had 134 yards and three touchdowns on 25 carries as St. Louis topped San Francisco, 41-24.

Ricky Watters, Seahawks, recorded the 31st 100-yard rushing game of his career, gaining 105 yards with a touchdown on 22 carries as Seattle beat New Orleans, 20-10.

Jamal Anderson, Falcons, had a 26-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and finished with 97 yards on 22 carries in Atlanta's 15-10 victory over Carolina.

Isaac Bruce, Rams, had eight catches for 188 yards, including a 78-yard TD.

Sylvester Morris, Chiefs, had six catches for 112 yards and three scores.

Keenan McCardell, Jaguars, made 10 catches for 108 yards and a touchdown as Jacksonville beat Cincinnati, 13-0.


Randall McDaniel, a 13-year guard playing fullback, caught a 2-yard touchdown pass in Tampa Bay's 31-10 victory over Detroit. It was his first TD. . . . Without running back Fred Taylor for the third straight game, the Jaguars managed only 85 yards rushing against Cincinnati. . . . New England has been outscored by 14 points in its three losses. . . . Tampa Bay held Detroit to 17 yards rushing in a 31-10 win.


The Jets are 3-0 for the first time since 1966. The Giants' 14-7 win at Chicago left both New York teams unbeaten through three games for the first time. . . . Cleveland won its first home game since 1995, 23-20 over Pittsburgh. The Browns went 0-8 in their new stadium last season and dropped their home opener to Jacksonville.


St. Louis' Kurt Warner, who threw only 13 interceptions last season and didn't throw his sixth until Week Nine, was picked off twice by San Francisco, giving him six in three games. . . . The Jaguars, who averaged 409.5 yards in their first two games, had only 241 yards against Cincinnati.


With a 31-10 victory over Detroit, Tampa Bay has outscored opponents 93-26 to open 3-0 for just the second time since 1979.

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