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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
Boggle gives you 3 minutes to find as many words (3 letters or more) as you can in a grid of 16 letters. You can also try the grid of 16 letters. Letters must be adjacent and longer words score better. See if you can get into the grid Hall of Fame !
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|Duration||September 4, 2003 to December 28, 2003|
|Start date||January 3, 2004|
|AFC Champions||New England Patriots|
|NFC Champions||Carolina Panthers|
|Super Bowl XXXVIII|
|Date||February 1, 2004|
|Site||Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas|
|Champions||New England Patriots|
|Date||February 8, 2004|
|National Football League seasons
Regular season play was held from September 4, 2003 to December 28. Due to damage caused by the Cedar Fire, Qualcomm Stadium was used as an emergency shelter, and thus the Miami Dolphins–San Diego Chargers regular season match on October 27 was instead played at Sun Devil Stadium, the home field of the Arizona Cardinals.
The playoffs began on January 3, 2004. The NFL title was eventually won by the New England Patriots when they defeated the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl XXXVIII at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas on February 1.
W = Wins, L = Losses, PCT = Winning Percentage, PF= Points For, PA = Points Against
Clinched playoff seeds are marked in parentheses and shaded in green. No ties occurred this year.
|(1) New England Patriots||14||2||.875||348||238|
|Buffalo Bills [c]||6||10||.375||243||279|
|New York Jets||6||10||.375||283||299|
|(4) Baltimore Ravens||10||6||.625||391||281|
|(3) Indianapolis Colts [a]||12||4||.750||447||336|
|(5) Tennessee Titans||12||4||.750||435||324|
|Jacksonville Jaguars [d]||5||11||.313||276||331|
|(2) Kansas City Chiefs||13||3||.813||484||332|
|(6) Denver Broncos [b]||10||6||.625||381||301|
|Oakland Raiders [e]||4||12||.250||270||379|
|San Diego Chargers||4||12||.250||313||441|
|(1) Philadelphia Eagles||12||4||.750||374||287|
|(6) Dallas Cowboys||10||6||.625||289||260|
|New York Giants||4||12||.250||243||387|
|(4) Green Bay Packers||10||6||.625||442||307|
|(3) Carolina Panthers||11||5||.688||325||304|
|New Orleans Saints||8||8||.500||340||326|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||7||9||.438||301||264|
|(2) St. Louis Rams||12||4||.750||447||328|
|(5) Seattle Seahawks [g]||10||6||.625||404||327|
|San Francisco 49ers||7||9||.438||384||337|
|1||New England Patriots (East winner)||Philadelphia Eagles (East winner)|
|2||Kansas City Chiefs (West winner)||St. Louis Rams (West winner)|
|3||Indianapolis Colts (South winner)||Carolina Panthers (South winner)|
|4||Baltimore Ravens (North winner)||Green Bay Packers (North winner)|
|5||Tennessee Titans||Seattle Seahawks|
|6||Denver Broncos||Dallas Cowboys|
|January 3 - Bank of America Stadium||January 10 - Edward Jones Dome|
|3||Carolina||29||January 18 - Lincoln Financial Field|
|January 4 - Lambeau Field||3||Carolina||14|
|January 11 - Lincoln Financial Field|
|4||Green Bay||33*||February 1 - Reliant Stadium|
|Wild Card Playoffs|
|January 4 - RCA Dome||N3||Carolina||29|
|January 11 - Arrowhead Stadium|
|6||Denver||10||Super Bowl XXXVIII|
|3||Indianapolis||41||January 18 - Gillette Stadium|
|January 3 - M&T Bank Stadium||3||Indianapolis||14|
|January 10 - Gillette Stadium|
The following teams and players set all-time NFL records during the season:
|Record||Player/Team||Date/Opponent||Previous Record Holder|
|Most Touchdowns, Season||Priest Holmes, Kansas City (27)||N/A||Marshall Faulk, St. Louis, 2000 (26)|
|Most Rushing Yards Gained, Game||Jamal Lewis, Baltimore (295)||September 14, vs. Cleveland||Corey Dillon, Cincinnati vs. Denver, October 22, 2000 (278)|
|Most Consecutive Field Goals||Mike Vanderjagt, Indianapolis||December 28, at Houston||Gary Anderson, 1997–98 (40)|
|Most Consecutive Road Games Lost||Detroit Lions||December 21, vs. Carolina||Houston Oilers, 1981–84 (23)|
|Most Consecutive Games with a Sack||Tampa Bay Buccaneers (69)||November 9, 2003||Dallas Cowboys (68)|
|Points scored||Kansas City Chiefs (484)|
|Total yards gained||Minnesota Vikings (6,294)|
|Yards rushing||Baltimore Ravens (2,674)|
|Yards passing||Indianapolis Colts (4,179)|
|Fewest points allowed||New England Patriots (238)|
|Fewest total yards allowed||Dallas Cowboys (4,056)|
|Fewest rushing yards allowed||Tennessee Titans (1,295)|
|Fewest passing yards allowed||Dallas Cowboys (2,631)|
|Scoring||Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis (163 points)|
|Touchdowns||Priest Holmes, Kansas City (27 TDs)|
|Most field goals made||Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis (39 FGs)|
|Rushing||Jamal Lewis, Baltimore (2,066 yards)|
|Passing||Steve McNair, Tennessee (100.4 rating)|
|Passing touchdowns||Brett Favre, Green Bay (32 TDs)|
|Pass receiving||Torry Holt, St. Louis (117 catches)|
|Pass receiving yards||Torry Holt, St. Louis (1,696)|
|Punt returns||Dante Hall, Kansas City (16.3 average yards)|
|Kickoff returns||Jerry Azumah, Chicago (29.0 average yards)|
|Interceptions||Brian Russell, Minnesota and Tony Parrish, San Francisco (9)|
|Punting||Shane Lechler, Oakland (46.9 average yards)|
|Sacks||Michael Strahan, New York Giants (18.5)|
|Most Valuable Player||Peyton Manning, Quarterback, Indianapolis and Steve McNair, Quarterback, Tennessee Titans|
|Coach of the Year||Bill Belichick, New England|
|Offensive Player of the Year||Jamal Lewis, Running back, Baltimore|
|Defensive Player of the Year||Ray Lewis, Linebacker, Baltimore|
|Offensive Rookie of the Year||Anquan Boldin, Wide Receiver, Arizona|
|Defensive Rookie of the Year||Terrell Suggs, Linebacker, Baltimore|
|NFL Comeback Player of the Year||Jon Kitna, Quarterback, Cincinnati|
2003 NFL season
|Miami||Cincinnati||Indianapolis||Kansas City||NY Giants||Detroit||Carolina||St. Louis|
|New England||Cleveland||Jacksonville||Oakland||Philadelphia||Green Bay||New Orleans||San Francisco|
|NY Jets||Pittsburgh||Tennessee||San Diego||Washington||Minnesota||Tampa Bay||Seattle|
|2003 NFL Draft • NFL Playoffs • Pro Bowl • Super Bowl XXXVIII|