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FavoriteSpread (O/U)Underdog
ALBANY2 (48)Atlantic City
DELAWARE4½ (49)Connecticut
New York1 (41)BALTIMORE
PROVIDENCE5 (46)Richmond
Syracuse2½ (47)WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA *4½ (40)Pittsburgh
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Injuries

These injured players will not play in week 3 games:
  • DE Renaldo Wynn, ALB — will return week 4
  • OT Luke Petitgout, ACS — will return week 4
  • C Hank Fraley, DEL — will return week 5
  • DE Igor Olshansky, PIT — will return week 4
  • RB Derrick Blaylock, PRO — will return week 5
  • G Randy Thomas, SYR — will return week 5
  • LB Hannibal Navies, SYR — will return week 6

Week 3 Results

August 27, 2005
at Albany
Albany 42, Atlantic City 21
Albany (2‑1) recovered five Atlantic City (1‑2) fumbles and linebacker Adalius Thomas returned one 6 yards for a touchdown. Atlantic City quarterback Kurt Warner was sacked six times, twice each by Lance Legree and Kenechi Udeze.
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August 27, 2005
at Baltimore
Baltimore 27, New York 19
Baltimore (1‑2) took advantage of four New York (0‑3) turnovers to win for the first time since last September 26. Playing for the first time, Ben Roethlisberger threw a pair of second quarter touchdown passes to put Baltimore ahead 21‑10.
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August 27, 2005
at Washington
Washington 29, Syracuse 18
Washington (2‑1) used five takeaways and 115 yards rushing by Duce Staley to subdue Syracuse (1‑2). Daunte Culpepper threw two scoring passes and ran for another. Quentin Jammer had two interceptions. For Syracuse Clinton Portis ran for 78 yards.
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August 27, 2005
at Delaware
Delaware 41, Connecticut 38 (OT)
Down 35‑13, Delaware (3‑0) rallied to force overtime behind LaDainian Tomlinson’s running (162 yards), Drew Brees’ passing (387 yards, 3 TDs), and John Kasay’s kicking (6‑7 FGs). B.J. Sams lost two fumbles returning kicks for Connecticut (1‑2).
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August 27, 2005
at Providence
Providence 23, Richmond 17
Doug Brien kicked two field goals in the last five minutes to seal the win for Providence (2‑1). Richmond (0‑3) kicker Matt Stover had tied the score at 17 with a 21-yard field goal with 8:08 to go. Marc Bulger passed for 297 yards for the winners.
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August 28, 2005
at Philadelphia
Pittsburgh 27, Philadelphia 24
Before being injured in the second quarter, Chad Pennington threw touchdown passes for Pittsburgh (3‑0) to Antwaan Randle El and Donald Driver for a 20‑7 lead. Brett Favre passed for 263 yards and three scores, but the Philadelphia (2‑1) rally fell short.
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