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Who's Hot/Who's Not
November 29, 2004
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November 29, 2004

Who's Hot/who's Not

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WHO'S Hot

Eagles

McNabb is on his way to best-ever season for a Philly quarterback, TO leads the NFC in touchdown (13) and Housewife (1) receptions, and with the Broad Street Bullies locked out, the City of Brotherly Love is behaving splendidly for its 9-1 footballers. The faithful even have a website, "Fans helping Fans," through which needy Eagles boosters can borrow money.

Drews

Bledsoe (right) threw three TDs to keep Bills' slim playoff hopes alive. Brees (226 passing yards) won in Oakland. Henson went 6 for 6 in Cowboys debut, and Barrymore's film Fever Pitch is getting timely rewrite so it can surf wave of Bosox Series win.

Panthers

Finally, defending NFC champs are getting into the spirit of the season: back-to-back wins while several team members--including WR Keary Colbert and DE Mike Rucker--have spent off days building homes for needy Carolinians.

Lamont Jordan

How does a fourth-year running back with 1,051 career yards get noticed on a team with Curtis Martin--the sixth-leading rusher of all time? By running for 61 fourth-quarter yards in a Jets comeback three weeks after gaining 115 on MNF. Jordan, a free-agent-to-be, may be holding key to the mint.

Ohio State

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