NFL Today, Week 7

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What has been the biggest debacle on Obama's watch?

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Receiving

_ Steve Smith, Panthers, had seven catches for 143 yards in Carolina’s 33-20 win over Washington.

_ Greg Jennings, Packers, had seven catches for 147 yards and a TD in Green Bay’s 33-27 win over Minnesota. Michael Jenkins, Vikings, had three catches for 111 yards and a score.

_ Calvin Johnson, Lions, had five receptions for 115 yards and a touchdown in Detroit’s 23-16 loss to Atlanta.

_ Mike Wallace, Steelers, had three catches for 118 yards and a touchdown in Pittsburgh’s 32-20 win over Arizona.

_ Plaxico Burress, Jets, caught three touchdown passes in New York’s 27-21 win over San Diego.

Special Teams

_ Mason Crosby, Packers, had four field goals, including a franchise-record 58-yarder, in Green Bay’s 33-27 win over Minnesota.

_ Matt Prater, Broncos, hit a winning 52-yard field goal in overtime in Denver’s 18-15 win over Miami.

_ Phil Dawson, Browns, made two field goals over 50 yards, overcoming two blocks, in Cleveland’s 6-3 win over Seattle. Red Bryant, Seahawks, had the two blocks.

Defense

_ Kendrick Lewis, Chiefs, returned an interception 59 yards for a touchdown and teammate Brandon Flowers returned one 58 yards for a score in Kansas City’s 28-0 win over Oakland.

_ Charles Woodson, Packers, had two interceptions in Green Bay’s 33-27 win over Minnesota.

_ Brice McCain, Texans, returned an interception 38 yards for a TD in Houston’s 41-7 win over Tennessee.

_ D.J. Williams, Denver, had a sack to force a fumble and made the recovery in Denver’s 18-15 win over Miami.

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