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NFL scores Week 7

October 25, 2009 |  2:03 pm

New England 35, Tampa Bay 7: In London, the touchdown drives are always on the wrong side of the field.

San Diego 37, at Kansas City 7: The whole Matt Cassel acquisition isn’t working out like the Chiefs imagined.

Indianapolis 42, at St. Louis 6: It was “Bring your daughter to work day,” but Rams thought it was “Play like you daughters day.”

Green Bay 31, at Cleveland 3: Browns have a very logical reason for losing: They just aren’t very good.

at Houston 24, San Francisco 21: What happened to all of that “Mike Singletary, coaching genius and master motivator” talk?

at Pittsburgh 27, Minnesota 17: Looks like the Brett Favre end-of-season collapse is going to start early this season.

at Cincinnati 45, Chicago 10: Note to Bears: When you let one of your No. 1 picks go, make sure it’s not to a team you play the next year.

Buffalo 20, at Carolina 9: Panthers petition NFL after game to award victories to the team with the most yards in the game.

N.Y. Jets 38, at Oakland 0: A confused Al Davis seeks out Joe Namath after game to say he loved him on “The Brady Bunch” last week.

at Dallas 37, Atlanta 21: Even though he’s not on team anymore, Terrell Owens angry after game that Romo never even looked his way.

New Orleans 46, at Miami 34.

Arizona 24, at N.Y. Giants 17: Giants were tired after attending all those Springsteen concerts. 

Open date: Baltimore, Denver, Detroit, Jacksonville, Seattle, Tennessee.

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-- Houston Mitchell