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Roll call

By Times Staff Writer
Published October 31, 2004

MARVELOUS MARVIN: It's hard to find fault with his game, especially when he puts up these numbers. With seven catches today, Colts receiver Marvin Harrison will have 800 for his career. They would have come in 130 games, making him the fastest to that milestone in NFL history. Jerry Rice had 800 receptions in 154 games.

BO KNOWS: Well, if you're going to be mentioned with a great running back, Bo Jackson isn't a bad choice. Last weekend, Ahman Green became only the second back in NFL history with two touchdown runs of at least 90 yards. No one has three.

DEION RETURNS: For Deion Sanders, the end zone is prime real estate. Sanders had his 19th career return for a touchdown with a pick against the Bills Sunday. Sanders has nine interceptions and 10 punt or kickoff returns for touchdowns. Retired safety Rod Woodson has 17, with an NFL-high 12 coming on interceptions.

BAD BIRDS: In last weekend's 20-6 win over the Bills, quarterback Kyle Boller was 10-of-16 for 86 yards in the first half, and 0-for-3 in the second. It was the third time in five games that Boller passed for less than 100 yards. Ironically, the Ravens have won all three games.

Compiled by Times staff writer Roger Mills, using information from other news organizations.

[Last modified October 31, 2004, 00:57:29]


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