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Marc Bulger, Rams: He threw for 328 yards and three touchdowns agains the soft Lions defense Sunday. Bulger got off to a slow start, but has thrown for 300 yards in back-to-back weeks. He has yet to throw an interception this season.

Laurence Maroney, Patriots: The rookie running back pounded the Bengals' defense for 125 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Even though Maroney put up big numbers, he still got two fewer carries than Corey Dillon.

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LaMont Jordan, Raiders: He finally produced in week four, amassing 128 yards and a touchdown against the Browns. Jordan had 55 total rushing yards after facing the Chargers and Ravens in the first two weeks of the season.

Santana Moss, Redskins: He totaled 138 yards and three touchdowns against the Jaguars. His 68-yard score in overtime gave Washington the win.

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Marques Colston, Saints: Bet this guy wasn't on your radar during draft time. Colston caught five balls for 132 yards and a touchdown against the Panthers. He's reached the end zone in three out of four games this season.

Todd Heap, Ravens: Baltimore's tight end didn't get involved until the second half, but he ended up with 60 yards and the game-winning touchdown against the Chargers.

Morten Andersen, Falcons: It looks like the 46-year-old kicker still has something left in the tank. He hit five field goals in Atlanta's win over the Cardinals.

Chiefs defense: Kansas City shut out a 49ers offense that has shown signs of life this season. The Chiefs had five sacks, four turnovers and a touchdown.

Monday night pick

Packers at Eagles

Brett Favre has taken care of the football this season, and Philadelphia's secondary is banged up. However, the problem for Green Bay will arise when Donovan McNabb and the Eagles offense has the ball. Look for Philadelphia to move the ball with ease and put up between 30 and 40 points against a bad Packers defense.

The pick: Philadelphia (-11.5)

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