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The Michigan Daily-Monday, September 14, 1987- Page 13

Chiefs beat Chargers;

Cardinals top Dallas

(Continued from Page 12)
ranked last among the NFL's 28
teams in 1986, virtually was
unstoppable in the first half, with
DeBerg directing scoring drives of
91, 76, and 80 yards before Rick
Woods returned an interception 42
yards to set up another touchdown.
Chiefs 20, Chargers 13
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Rookie
Paul Palmer returned a kick 95 yards
late in the fourth quarter to give the
Kansas City Chiefs a 20-13 NFL
victory over the San Diego Chargers
yesterday.
Palmer, the Chiefs' first-round
draft choice, broke free behind a
block by Paul Coffman and won a
foot race down the right sideline
with 3:19 left in the game.
Vince Abbott had just kicked a
33-yard field goal with 3:37 left to
enable the Chargers to tie the game
13-13.
Redskins 34, Eagles 24
WASHINGTON - Doug
Williams, replacing the injured Jay
Schroeder, threw two touchdown
passes to Art Monk yesterday,
leading the Washington Redskins to
a 34-24 victory over the Philadelphia
Eagles.
Williams passed for 272 yards in
the relief role, including a 39-yard
TD pass to Monk on the first play
of the fourth quarter to snap a 24-24
tie. Williams' other scoring pass
was for 6 yards to Monk in the first
quarter.
Playing in only his second NFL
game since 1982, Williams

completed 17 of 27 passes. The
former Tampa Bay Buccaneer came
to Washington last year after the
U.S. Football League suspended
operations, but took only one snap
while backing up Schroeder.
Saints 28, Browns 21
NEW ORLEANS - Bobby
Hebert threw two touchdown passes
to Hoby Brenner, and Bruce Clark:
and Brett Maxie both sacked Bernie
Kosar in the end zone in the fourth
quarter as the New Orleans Saints
whipped the Cleveland Browns 28-
21 yesterday.
It was the first time in the 21-
year history of the Saints that they
had two safeties in a game and only
the fourth time that New Orleans
won its opening game.
Dalton Hilliard of the Saints ran
5 yards for a third-quarter touchdown,
and Morten Andersen kicked a
clinching 39-yard field goal with
1...43 left in the game. Reuben
Mayes rushed for 147 yards for New
Orleans.
.Kosar completed 28 of 38 pass
attempts for 314 yards and two
touchdowns for Cleveland. He also
ran 3 yards for a fourth-quarter score
that tied the game at 21.
Cardinals 24, Cowboys 13
ST. LOUIS - Neil Lomax hit
Roy Green with two touchdown
passes and Earl Ferrell ran 15 yards
for St. Louis' third score in the final
1:58, giving the Cardinals a 24-13
NFL victory over the Dallas
Cowboys yesterday.

Lomax's scoring strikes to Green a home opener since they defeated yards to Ernest Givens, rallying the fight-marred fourth quarter driv%,
covered 16 and 22 yards in a span of the Atlanta Falcons 23-20 in 1975. Oilers to a 20-16 victory over the helping the Cincinnati Bengals to a
65 seconds, the second touchdown Dallas had won 21 of its 22 previous Los Angeles Rams. 23-21 NFL victory over the
with only 53 seconds remaining. season openers. Indianapolis Colts.
Ferrell burst up the middle with 19 Oilers 20, Rams 16 Bengals 23, Colts 21
seconds left to cap St. Louis' HOUSTON - Houston INDIANAPOLIS - Boomer Robert Jackson preserved the
comebacl4 after the Cardinals quarterback Warren Moon threw Esiason threw two touchdown passes interception, his second of the game,
recovered a Danny White fumble. fourth-quarter touchdown passes of in the first quarter and Jim Breach .
It was St. Louis' first victory in three yards to Jamie Williams and 59 kicked a 20-yard field goal after a

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