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Ducks in the NFL: Week Five

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Here are how Duck alumni performed in the NFL this week:

Joey Harrington, QB, Dolphins
Joey finally got a start for the Dolphins. He was 26 of 41 for 232 yards and two interceptions. The interceptions were a killer, but considering the Dolphins couldn't run the football, he didn't do too badly. He moved the offense better than Daunte Culpepper has and will get the start again next week.

Kellen Clemens, QB, Jets
Got some PT in mop up duty as the Jets were blown out. 0 for 1 passing, one carry for two yards, and a lost fumble. Not a great start for Kellen.

Samie Parker, WR, Chiefs
Five catches for 37 yards and a big touchdown. His best game of the season in a come from behind Chiefs win.

Reuben Droughns, RB, Browns
18 carries for 65 yards, 3 catches for three yards. God the Browns suck. Should he have really demanded a trade from the Broncos?

George Wrighster, TE, Jaguars
2 catches for 13 yards and a touchdown as the Jags routed the Jets.

Josh Bidwell, P, Buccaneers
Someone joked the other day that he is the best Duck in the NFL. Six punts for a 38.8 yard average vs. the Saints. The way that the Bucs have been playing, Josh has been punting an awful lot lately.

Igor Olshansky, DL, Chargers
He's starting this year for the Bolts. 1 tackle, 2 assists, and half a sack against the Steelers on Sunday night.

Justin Peelle, TE, Dolphins
He's still hanging around. Joey found his old favorite target for two catches and six yards.

Peter Sirmon, LB, Titans
3 tackles, four assists, the Titans really suck.

Haloti Ngata, DL, Ravens
Two tackles, three assists on Monday night in the cold at Denver.

Onterrio Smith, RB
What the hell is he doing these days?

Go Ducks!!!

--Dave