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Page 12 -The Michigan Daily-Monday, November 30, 1987

NFL ROUNDUP

Jets, Colts, Bills atop AFC East

Jets 27, Bengals 20
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.
(AP) - Rich Miano returned a
blocked field goal 67 yards for the
winning touchdown with 1:48 left as
the New York Jets beat t h e
Cincinnati Bengals 27-20 yesterday.
Breech had missed a 46-yard try
seconds earlier but got a second
chance when the kick was nullified
because the two-minute warning had
been reached.
Barry Bennett blocked the second
try, and Miano picked it up, getting
blocks from Bennett and Carl
Howard on Breech as he sped down
the left sideline for the score.
Miano intercepted a long pass by
Boomer Esiason to seal the victory.
Bears 23, Pack ers 10
CHICAGO (AP) - Neal
Anderson and Thomas Sanders each
scored a touchdown, and Kevin
Butler kicked three field goals - one
of which broke a 10-10 halftime tie
- as the Chicago Bears beat the
Green Bay Packers 23-10 yesterday.
Anderson grabbed a 20-yard pass
from Jim McMahon in the first half
and Sanders ran seven yards for his
touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Butler connected on field goals of
21, 27, and 52 yards. I.
The victory gave the Bears a 9-2
record as they retained their two-
game lead in the NFC Central
Division. Green Bay fell to 4-6-1
and was eliminated from title
consideration.

Saints 20, Steelers 16
PITTSBURGH (AP) - New
Orleans' big play defense set up
three scores, including Bobby
Hebert's deciding fourth-quarter
touchdown pass to Eric Martin, then
held Pittsburgh on two goal-line
stands as the Saints rallied to beat
the Steelers 20-16 yesterday and
clinch the first winning season in
their 21-year history.
With the Steelers leading 14-10,
the Saints' defense - second best in
the NFL - forced a fumble ahead of
Hebert's scoring pass, then
intercepted a Mark Malone pass to
set up Morten Andersen's second
field goal of the game.
Rueben Mayes scored on a 5-yard
run early in the third period as the
Saints, 8-3, won their fifth in a row
by rallying from a 14-3 halftime
deficit in a game dominated by two
of the league's highest-rated
defenses.
Cardinals 34, Falcons
21
ATLANTA (AP) - Neil Lomax
passed for 369 yards and two
touchdowns, sparking St. Louis to a
34-21 victory over Atlanta.
Earl Ferrell also scored twice on
one-yard runs and the Cardinals
defense set up two touchdowns and a
field goal with turnovers in handing
the Falcons their sixth loss in a row.
The Cardinals scored on three of
their first four possessiosn, building
a 21-7 lead.

St. Louis, 5-6, got touchdown
passes from Lomax twice in the
opening quarter, a 49-yarder to Troy
Johnson and a 25-yarder to Robert
Awalt.
Colts 51, Oilers 27
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Albert
Bentley caught two scoring passes,
the first touchdown receptions by an
Indianapolis back since 1984, and
Eric Dickerson ran for a pair of first
half touchdowns as the Colts
defeated Houston 51-27 to retain a
share of the lead in the AFC East.
George Wonsley scored on a two-
yard plunge with 10 seconds to play,
giving the Colts their highest point
total since a 58-20 victory over
Buffalo on Dec. 12, 1976 when the
franchise was still in Baltimore.
In his fourth start as a Colt,
Dickerson topped the century mark
for the fourth consecutive game,
breaking the club mark of three
straight set in 1975 by Lydell
Mitchell. The AFC's rushing leader
finished the game with 136 yards on
27 carries.
Bills 27, Dolphins 0
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP)
- An emerging Buffalo defense
limited the Miami offense to 239
yards - just 23 on the ground -
and stopped Dan Marino's streak of
30 straight games with at least one
touchdown pass, beating the Miami
Dolphins 27-0.
The Buffalo defense intercepted
Marino three times, and Don Strock
replaced the Miami quarterback in
the fourth quarter.
Jim Kelly threw two touchdown
passes for Buffalo, which handed the

Dolphins their first shutout since
1982.
Eagles 34, Patriots 31
FOXBORO, Mass. (AP) - Paul
McFadden kicked a 38-yard field goal
with 2:44 left in overtime after
missing a 39-yarder two minutes
earlier, and the Philadelphia Eagles
survived a New England Patriots'
rally for a 34-31 victory.
Tony Franklin missed two
chances to win the game for New
England as he failed on field goal
attempts of 31 yards with five
seconds left in the fourth quarter and
46 yards with 9:59 to go in
overtime.
On the first play after McFadden's
kick went wide to the left with 4:46
remaining in the game, linebacker
Gary Cobb recovered Mosi Tatupu's
fumble, giving the Eagles the ball at
the New England 30-yard line.
Redskins 23, Giants 19
WASHINGTON (AP) - Jay
Schroeder, benched two weeks ago,
threw three second-half touchdown
passes Sunday, leading the
Washington Redskins from a 16-
point deficit to a 23-19 victory over
the New York Giants.
Schroeder's 28-yard scoring toss
to Ricky Sanders capped a four-play,
45-yard scoring drive and gave
Washington the lead for the first
time with 4:56 left.
New York got to the Redskins'
18 in the closing seconds but the
game ended with Tony Galbreath
being tackled on the four-yard line.
Schroeder, who was pulled from
the lineup Nov. 15 due to his
ineffectiveness, got the start against
New York because of a back injury
to Doug Williams. Despite being
sacked six times, he completed 28 of
46 passes for 331 yards, including
17 of 25 in the second half.
Broncos 31, Chargers 17
SAN DIEGO (AP) - John
Elway, shaking off an interception
that was returned an NFL record 103
yards for a touchdown, passed for
three scores and set up two others to
lift Denver to a 31-17 victory over
San Diego.
Vincie Glenn gave the Chargers
the early advantage with his record
interception return in the first
quarter. The previous longest
nterception return was 102 yards.

-Associated Press
Indianapolis Colts' running back Eric Dickerson broke a team record by
rushing for over 100 yards in his fourth consecutive game yesterday.

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