* MARQUES SULLIVAN, Bills: Kept the heat off Drew Bledsoe so that one could outshine a former Buffalo player, San Diego''s Doug Flutie. * JOHN HOLECEK, Falcons: Not the proudest day in franchise history. Holecek had two tackles, and the Falcons'' progress was waylaid by a bad Seattle team. * NEIL RACKERS, Bengals: Enjoyed one of his most productive days as a Bengal, going 3 for 3 on field goals of 51, 25 and 18 yards. But his team lost. Again. * KEVIN HARDY, Cowboys: There is some D in the Big D, but apparently Hardy is one of the few guys to provide it. The Cowboys gave up 37 points, but Hardy had two tackles and two assists, allowing zero total yards on his tackles. * KEN DILGER, Buccaneers: Did his part to help Tampa Bay stave off upset-minded Detroit. Dilger caught three passes for 35 yards. * SIMEON RICE, Buccaneers: Not a factor in a statistical sense. He had one assist. * BRANDON MOORE, 49ers: The linebacker recorded one tackle, but his team needed a few more. The Packers continued the 49ers'' slide, winning a key game for postseason positioning. * DANNY CLARK, Jaguars: No miracle finishes this week. The Jaguars'' defense made Neil Rackers important but didn''t give up many points. Clark had four tackles and an assist and kept Corey Dillon from making an impact.