Archive For October 2007

Romo’s amazing scramble, TD passes lead Cowboys past Rams

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When Tony Romo began chasing a snap that flew over his head, two thoughts raced through his mind.

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Favre takes over TD record, leads Pack past Vikes 23-16

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The record is his, for now, and Brett Favre can return his focus on two other numbers: 4-0.

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Anderson’s 2 TD passes lead Browns 27-13 over ragged Ravens

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Braylon Edwards couldn’t contain his excitement. This was a Sunday to let loose.

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Lions overcome their mistakes to beat Bears 37-27, improving to 3-1

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The Detroit Lions did it all in a record-breaking fourth quarter, scoring on the ground, through the air on defense and special teams.

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Mets complete collapse, lose 8-1 to Florida after Glavine gives up 7 in first inning

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The collapse is complete. When the New York Mets needed a big game, Tom Glavine pitched one of his worst.

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Soriano hits record homer, NL Central champion Cubs head into playoffs with 8-4 loss to Reds

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With their leadoff hitter playing like Mr. September, the Chicago Cubs feel good about the month that comes next — the one where they’ve failed for the last 98 years.

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Howard, Moyer help Phillies end 14-year playoff drought

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Believe it, Philly. The Fightin’ Phils are going to the playoffs.

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Padres lose to Brewers 11-6, prepare for play-in game at Colorado

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The San Diego Padres had two chances to wrap up the NL wild card and couldn’t get it done.

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Rockies beat Arizona, force a tiebreaker with Padres for NL wild card

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The Colorado Rockies late-season surge set up one wild finish.

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Skip Schumaker has 5 hits, Cardinals use 10 pitchers to beat Pirates 6-5

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If it was his final game as the St. Louis Cardinals’ manager, and there is nothing definitive to suggest it was, Tony La Russa did it a little bit differently than everybody else again.

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