NFL Shootouts

01/01/2005

The Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns combined for 106 points in Week 12 of the 2004 NFL season. The game, won by the Bengals 58-48, marked the second most points ever scored in an NFL game and the most since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970.

Here's a look at the games featuring the most points between two teams.

Nov. 27, 1966
New York Giants
0
14
14
13
41
Washington Redskins
13
21
14
24
72
Taylor_CharleyHall of Famer Charley Taylor (right) had six catches for 124 yards and 2 TDs including a 74-yarder from QB Sonny Jurgensen.

Brig Owens returned a fumble recovery 62 yards for a touchdown and an interception 60 yards for a score.

 

Nov. 28, 2004
Cleveland Browns
10
3
21
14
48
Cincinnati Bengals
14
13
14
17
58

Johnson_Rudi_75 Bengals running back Rudi Johnson (left) rushed for 202 yards and scored 2 TDs while wide receiver Chad Johnson had 10 catches for 117 yards and 1 TD.

Quarterback Kelly Holcomb led the charge for Cleveland as he threw for 413 yards and 5 TDs including three to Steve Heiden.

 

Dec. 22, 1963
Oakland Raiders
7
28
7
10
52
Houston Oilers
14
21
14
0
49

Blanda-75 Houston quarterback George Blanda (left) passed for 342 yards and 5 TDs while the Raiders Tom Flores racked up 407 yards passing and 6 TDs.

Oakland's Art Powell had 10 catches for 247 yards and 4 TDs while the Oilers' tight end Willard Dewveall had seven grabs for 137 yards and 4 TDs.

 

Nov. 27, 1983
Kansas City Chiefs
7
21
7
13
0
48
Seattle Seahawks
7
7
17
17
3
51

Warner_Curt_75Seahawks running back Curt Warner (right) rushed for a franchise-record 207 yards on 32 carries and scored 3 touchdowns. Placekicker Norm Johnson supplied the winning points on a 42-yard field goal 1:46 into overtime.

Carlos Carson led the Chiefs' attack with 7 catches for 149 yards and 1 TD.

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