Randy Moss

The New England star caught one pass against Carolina - then fumbled it away. Quarterback Tom Brady threw to Moss four times during the 20-10 New England win, and one of the passes was intercepted. Moss' only catch was a 16-yarder at the start of the second quarter that he fumbled. Moss was one of four players sent home Wednesday when they showed up late for a team meeting.

Wes Welker

Moss' teammate caught 10 passes for 105 yards and took the league lead with 105 catches. He also passed Moss for the team lead with 1,158 yards receiving.

DeMarcus Ware

The Cowboys' Pro Bowl linebacker was hospitalized with a sprained neck last night. He was immobilized on a stretcher and carted off the field after his head slammed into San Diego lineman Brandyn Dombrowski's upper leg.

As he was being driven from the field early in the fourth quarter of a 20-17 loss to visiting San Diego, Ware signaled and waved to the crowd.

Ray Rice

The former Rutgers star ran for a career-high 166 yards and a touchdown as Baltimore routed still-hopeless Detroit, 48-3. Rice, who scored on a 59-yard burst, had 155 yards rushing on only nine carries in the first half and added four catches for 53

yards. Rice has 1,041 yards rushing this season, along with 69 catches for 652 yards.

Hiram Eugene

On a second-quarter Oakland punt, the Raiders safety committed a false start before the punt, then a 15-yard penalty by interfering with Washington punt returner Antwaan Randle El.

Josh Freeman

The Tampa Bay rookie had a quarterback rating of 12.1 in a 26-3 loss to the New York Jets. Freeman was 14 of 33 for 93 yards and was sacked three times and intercepted three times.

Brian Dawkins

The veteran safety intercepted his first passes as a Denver Bronco when he picked off Colts quarterback Peyton Manning twice, both on tipped balls. The former Eagle now has 36 career picks.

Matt Cassel

The Chiefs quarterback threw four interceptions - three in the fourth quarter - in a 16-10 loss to Buffalo.

Keith Null

The previously obscure rookie is the third quarterback the moribund St. Louis Rams (1-12) have used this season, and his debut could not have been worse. Tennessee intercepted five passes it turned into 20 points in a 47-7 rout.

Matt Schaub

The Texans quarterback (a West Chester East grad) threw for 336 of his 365 yards in the first half of a 34-7 rout of the Seattle Seahawks.

Jonathan Vilma

The Saints linebacker preserved a 26-23 win over Atlanta in the closing minutes with an interception and a big fourth-down hit on Jason Snelling to finish the Falcons' final drive.

Wade Phillips

The Cowboys' coach fell to 3-8 in December after the loss to San Diego. Phillips has lost just seven games over three Septembers, Octobers, and Novembers. But the Cowboys have lost two straight and are headed to New Orleans (13-0) this Saturday night.