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FavoriteSpread (O/U)Underdog
Atlantic City2½ (46)SYRACUSE
Philadelphia3 (39)BALTIMORE
CONNECTICUT6 (49)Pittsburgh
DELAWARE3 (52)Providence
Washington1½ (44)NEW YORK
RICHMOND *2½ (42)Albany
* Sunday, 10:00 am
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These injured players will not play in week 7 games:
  • DE R-Kal Truluck, ACS — expected back week 9
  • S Jerome Woods, ACS — expected back week 10
  • DE Tyoka Jackson, BAL — expected back week 8
  • DE Aaron Smith, BAL — expected back week 8
  • C Trey Teague, BAL — expected back week 8
  • WR Kassim Osgood, CON — expected back week 9
  • S Gibril Wilson, CON — expected back week 10
  • RB Willie Parker, NYE — expected back week 11
  • OT Chad Clifton, PHI — expected back week 8
  • RB Ahman Green, PIT — expected back week 8
  • WR Josh Reed, PRO — expected back week 13
  • LB Jonathan Vilma, PRO — expected back week 8
  • S Aeneas Williams, RIC — expected back week 8
  • G Randy Thomas, SYR — expected back week 8

These skill players were last-second scratches for week 7 games due to “fatigue”:

  • WR Jonathan Carter, ALB (for receiving)
  • WR Robert Ferguson, NYE (for receiving)
  • QB Chad Pennington, PIT
  • TE Mike Seidman, PIT
  • QB Mark Brunell, SYR
  • TE Brandon Manumaleuna, WAS

Week 7 Results

September 24, 2005
at Syracuse
Atlantic City 35, Syracuse 9
Tiki Barber scored four touchdowns, one in each quarter, bringing his half-season total to 17, to lead Atlantic City (4‑3) over Syracuse (1‑6). Barber had 182 yards on 21 carries. Kyle Boller completed 21 of 26 passes for 259 yards and two scores.
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September 24, 2005
at Connecticut
Pittsburgh 44, Connecticut 20
Surprise starter Quincy Carter threw six touchdown passes for Pittsburgh (4‑3) in their rout of Connecticut (4‑3). Antwaan Randle El caught three of Carter’s scoring passes. Carter passed for 444 yards but was picked off three times.
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September 24, 2005
at New York
Washington 27, New York 10
Washington (6‑1) overcame an early New York (2‑5) lead and coasted to their fifth straight win. Daunte Culpepper threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Todd Pinkston for a 10‑3 Washington lead and a 21-yarder to Hines Ward to make it 17‑3.
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September 24, 2005
at Baltimore
Baltimore 22, Philadelphia 9
Morten Andersen kicked five field goals in five tries to lead Baltimore (3‑4) over Philadelphia (3‑4). The game’s only touchdown was a 25-yard first quarter pass from Ben Roethlisberger to Eddie Kennison. Lawrence Tynes had all of Philadelphia’s points.
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September 24, 2005
at Delaware
Providence 31, Delaware 24
Providence (5‑2) came from 14 points down in the fourth quarter to stun Delaware (4‑3). The decisive score was Aaron Schobel’s 30-yard interception return with 1:07 to go. Seconds earlier Priest Holmes had tied the game with his third touchdown.
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September 25, 2005
at Richmond
Albany 37, Richmond 30
Trent Green connected with David Tyree for a 7-yard score with 5:30 left to give Albany (4‑3) the lead for good in their wild win over Richmond (2‑5). Long touchdown returns two minutes apart by Willie Ponder and Pisa Tinoisamoa had put Richmond up 27‑23.
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