Football scored at the movies this holiday weekend, with Oliver Stone’s critically battered “Any Given Sunday” outscoring a team of other Christmas films, according to industry estimates. With a $104.1 million haul overall, box-office business was off 27% for the top 12 movies this weekend, compared with the same period last year. (At blame may be the fact that people stayed home this Christmas Eve, which fell on a Friday.) Still, the industry remains on track for a record $7.5 billion in business in 1999, up 7.2% from the previous record of $6.95 billion last year. As for the weekend score: