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Final Score: Pittsburgh 38, Baltimore 7

Pittsburgh, PA (My Sportsbook) - Ben Roethlisberger threw a franchise-record tying five touchdown passes -- all in the first half -- as the Pittsburgh Steelers thumped the Baltimore Ravens, 38-7, in the rain and wind at Heinz Field. Roethlisberger finished 13-of-16 for 209 yards without an interception for the Steelers (6-2), who have won two in a row and improved to 3-0 the first time through their division rivals in the AFC North. He briefly left the game with 6:04 left in the third quarter with a hip pointer after being shoved to the ground by Baltimore's Terrell Suggs after a 45-yard completion to Santonio Holmes. Roethlisberger was aided to the bench by trainers and, after being tended to, walked around gingerly before taking some warmup throws. He re-entered the game early in the fourth quarter for one series before taking the rest of the night off with a 38-7 lead. Holmes ended with four catches for 110 yards with two touchdowns and Nate Washington also had two TD catches for Pittsburgh, which has won four straight at home. Heath Miller also had a touchdown catch for the Steelers, who ended a three-game slide to the Ravens, avenging a pair of embarrassing losses to the club last season. Pittsburgh ended with 90 yards rushing, 42 gained by Willie Parker on 23 carries. Linebacker James Harrison led a stout Pittsburgh defense with 3 1/2 sacks, an interception and two forced fumbles. Baltimore was held to just 104 yards of total offense and had 11 penalties for 85 yards. Steve McNair took the brunt of the punishment the Steelers' defense dished out, ending just 13-of-22 for 63 yards with an interception and two lost fumbles. Willis McGahee, who also lost a fumble, ran for 50 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries for Baltimore (4-4), which has lost two straight games after winning four of five.

Final Score: New England 24, Indianapolis 20

Indianapolis, IN -- (MySportsbook) - Tom Brady engineered a big fourth-quarter comeback with two touchdown passes in the final eight minutes and the Patriots remained unbeaten with a 24-20 victory over Indianapolis, sending Peyton Manning and the defending Super Bowl champions to their first loss of the season. Brady connected on 21-of-32 passes for 255 yards and three scores, including the go-ahead 13-yard TD to Kevin Faulk with 3:15 remaining. The Patriots (9-0) continued their march to a perfect season by not only coming back from a 10-point deficit and avenging a loss to the Colts (7-1) in last season's AFC Championship Game, but also overcoming an incredible amount of miscues. The Patriots seemed invincible all season, having won every game by at least 17 points and scoring at least 34 in each contest, but they had to overcome a franchise-record 146 yards on 10 penalties to rally in one of the most anticipated regular season matchups in NFL history. Brady came into the game with 30 touchdowns against just two interceptions, but was picked off twice in this contest. Nevertheless, the Patriots snapped Indianapolis' 12-game winning streak. Now it's the Patriots who remain on track to join Miami as the league's first unbeaten team since Miami did it in 1972. New England's unflappable triggerman has put up at least three touchdown passes in all nine games this season, eclipsing a mark set by Manning during the two-time MVP's remarkable 2004 campaign. Randy Moss had nine receptions for 145 yards and a touchdown for New England. Manning completed 16-of-27 passes for 225 yards with a TD and an interception.

Final Score: Atlanta 20, San Francisco 16

Atlanta, GA (MySportsbook) - Morten Andersen kicked a pair of field goals in the fourth quarter and the Falcons came up with two crucial interceptions in the closing minutes, as Atlanta held off the San Francisco 49ers, 20-16, at the Georgia Dome. Warrick Dunn ran 27 times for 100 yards and a touchdown for the Falcons (2-6), who snapped a three-game skid. Joey Harrington connected on 14-of-25 passes for 138 yards and was picked off once for Atlanta. Alex Smith connected on 17-of-38 passes for 149 yards, but was picked off three times for the 49ers (2-6), who have lost their last six games. They were missing running back Frank Gore. He was out with a sprained ankle. Michael Robinson ran for 67 yards and Maurice Hicks added 49 yards on the ground with a touchdown. Vernon Davis caught seven passes for 77 yards in defeat.

Final Score: Buffalo 33, Cincinnati 21

Orchard Park, NY (MySportsbook) - Marshawn Lynch rushed 29 times for 153 yards, highlighted by a 56-yard touchdown run, and threw an eight-yard scoring pass, as the Buffalo Bills topped the Cincinnati Bengals, 33-21. J.P. Losman, starting in place of the injured Trent Edwards, may have earned his old job back with a 24-of-34, 295-yard, one-touchdown, one-interception performance. Lee Evans gained 165 yards on nine catches with a score, and Josh Reed had six grabs for 55 yards for the Bills (4-4), who have won three straight after a 1-4 start. Carson Palmer completed 26-of-39 passes for 271 yards, two scores, and an interception for the Bengals (2-6). Kenny Watson had seven catches for 90 yards, and Glenn Holt returned a kickoff 100 yards for a score for Cincinnati. Rudi Johnson was held to 11 yards on nine carries for an ineffective Bengals ground game. Chad Johnson had three grabs for 48 yards, but left late in the fourth quarter on a stretcher after a violent collision.

Final Score: Detroit 44, Denver 7

Detroit, MI (MySportsbook) - Shaun Rogers had an interception return for a touchdown and Dewayne White had a fumble return for a touchdown as the Detroit Lions crushed the Denver Broncos, 44-7, at Ford Field. Jon Kitna went 16- for-31 with 252 yards and two touchdowns while Shaun McDonald and Mike Furrey each caught a touchdown for the Lions (6-2), who have won three straight, but remain a one game behind Green Bay for first place in the NFC North. The Lions defense forced four turnovers that led to 21 points and the team now has a total of 24 turnovers on the season, which leads the league. Also, the team had five sacks in the game. Jay Cutler went just 3-for-4 for 20 yards before leaving in the second quarter with a left leg contusion. Patrick Ramsey took over under center and went 29-for-46 with 262 yards with a touchdown and an interception for the Broncos (3-5), who have dropped their last two games, both against NFC North opponents.

Final Score: Green Bay 33, Kansas City 22

Kansas City, MO (MySportsbook) - Brett Favre threw for 360 yards and two touchdowns, including the go-ahead 60-yard score to Greg Jennings with 3:05 left, to help the Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs, 33-22, at Arrowhead Stadium. Favre was 24-for-34 passing with two interceptions, and Jennings caught three passes for 85 yards for Green Bay (7-1), which had the game's final three scores. Donald Driver had five catches for 99 yards, and Mason Crosby kicked four field goals, as the Packers won their sixth straight road game going back to last season. Tony Gonzalez caught 10 passes for 109 yards and a score, and Larry Johnson accounted for 95 total yards and two touchdowns, as the Chiefs lost for the first time since October 7. Johnson injured his right ankle on a fourth- quarter play. Damon Huard threw for 213 yards on 19-of-32 passing, and had two touchdowns and a pair of interceptions, as Kansas City had its five-game winning streak against Green Bay broken.

Final Score: Minnesota 35, San Diego 17

Minneapolis, MN (MySportsbook) - Rookie star Adrian Peterson set a new NFL record by rushing for 296 yards as Minnesota stunned San Diego, 35-17, at the Metrodome The game was billed as a battle of the NFL's best running back, San Diego's LaDainian Tomlinson, against his possible heir apparent in Minnesota's Peterson. If this game is any indication, Tomlinson may have to abdicate his throne. Peterson was spectacular en route to becoming the first rookie in NFL history to have two 200-plus yard rushing games. Peterson had set the Vikings franchise record earlier this season by gouging the Chicago Bears for 224 yards. With 1:58 left Peterson broke through for a 35-yard gain on a 1st-and-10 from the Minnesota 10-yard-line to get within two yards of the record, and two plays later dove up the middle for three yards to make the record his own. The 296 yards shatters his own Minnesota standard and also surpassed Jamal Lewis, who ran for 295 yards against the Cleveland Browns on September 14, 2003. The former Oklahoma star, who ran for three touchdowns in the game, has now amassed 1,036 rushing yards on the year in just eight games and helped Minnesota run for a franchise-best 378 yards in the game. Tarvaris Jackson completed 6- of-12 passes for 63 yards before leaving with an apparent head injury for the Vikings (3-5), who snapped a two-game skid. Jackson, who missed last week's game with a broken finger, was carted off the field late in the second quarter after he was hit at the end of a 10-yard run. He was replaced by Brooks Bollinger, who finished 7-of-10 for 95 yards and a touchdown. Rookie receiver Sidney Rice had four receptions for 66 yards and a touchdown for Minnesota. Tomlinson had just 40 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries for the Chargers (4-4), who lost for the first time in four games. Philip Rivers completed just 19-of-42 passes for 197 yards and an interception for the Chargers. Meanwhile, San Diego's Antonio Cromartie also set a record for the longest play in NFL history Sunday when he returned a missed field goal 109 yards on the final play of the first half.

Final Score: New Orleans 41, Jacksonville 24

New Orleans, LA (MySportsbook) - Drew Brees completed 35-of-49 passes for 445 yards and three touchdowns, as the streaking New Orleans Saints exploded for a 41-24 rout of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Marques Colston had 10 catches for 159 yards, and David Patten gained 81 yards on four catches with a score for the Saints (4-4), who won their fourth straight after dropping four in a row to open the season. Reggie Bush gained 72 yards on 17 rushes, and caught a scoring pass for New Orleans. Quinn Gray completed 20-of-33 passes for 354 yards and two touchdowns, but was picked off three times, including Mike McKenzie's 75-yard interception return for a score. Reggie Williams had six catches for 128 yards, highlighted by an 80-yard touchdown, and Maurice Jones-Drew had a 100-yard kickoff return for a score for the Jaguars (5-3), who have dropped two of three.

Final Score: Washington 23, NY Jets 20 (OT)

East Rutherford, NJ (MySportsbook) - Shaun Suisham kicked five field goals, including a 46-yarder with 7:43 left in overtime, as the Washington Redskins escaped Giants Stadium with a 23-20 victory over the New York Jets. Clinton Portis had 36 carries for 196 yards and a touchdown and Ladell Betts chipped in 64 yards on nine carries for Washington (5-3), which has won two of three. Jason Campbell completed 12-of-23 passes for 142 yards and one interception. Chris Cooley had 58 yards receiving on four catches and Santana Moss grabbed four balls for 49 yards. Kellen Clemens, given the starting job in place of Chad Pennington, threw for 226 yards on 23-of-42 attempts with a touchdown for the Jets (1-8), who have lost six straight. Jerricho Cotchery had five receptions for 90 yards and Thomas Jones collected 49 yards on the ground.

Final Score: Tampa Bay 17, Arizona 10

Tampa, FL (MySportsbook) - Earnest Graham rushed for 124 yards on 34 carries with a touchdown, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers held off the Arizona Cardinals, 17-10, at Raymond James Stadium. Jeff Garcia completed 18-of-28 passes for 196 yards and a score for the Buccaneers (5-4), who suffered a narrow home loss to Jacksonville (24-23) last Sunday. Joey Galloway caught five balls for 84 yards and a score, and Ike Hilliard had seven receptions for 70 yards. Kurt Warner completed 10-of-30 passes for 172 yards but threw two interceptions, including one on the final drive for the Cardinals (3-5), who lost their third straight. Edgerrin James rushed for just 15 yards on nine carries with a score, and Larry Fitzgerald caught four balls for 95 yards in defeat.

Final Score: Tennessee 20, Carolina 7

Nashville, TN (MySportsbook) - Vince Young and LenDale White each ran for a touchdown and Rod Bironas kicked two field goals, including a 53-yarder, as the Tennessee Titans defeated the Carolina Panthers, 20-7, at LP Field. Young was 14-of-23 passing for 110 yards with two interceptions and also ran eight times for 25 yards, while White rushed for 100 yards on 31 touches for Tennessee (6-2) which has won three straight games and five of its last six. Bo Scaife had six catches for 35 yards and Albert Haynesworth chipped in with three sacks for Tennessee. David Carr was 15-of-27 passing for 107 yards with a touchdown and an interception before leaving late in the contest when he was shaken up after taking a big hit. Matt Moore, who replaced Carr completed 2-of-5 throws for 36 yards with a pick for the Panthers (4-4), who have dropped two straight contests. Drew Carter pulled in three passes for 56 yards with a TD. DeShaun Foster rushed for 63 yards on 17 carries in defeat for Carolina.

Final Score: Cleveland 33, Seattle 30 (OT)

Cleveland, OH (MySportsbook) - Phil Dawson's 25-yard field goal with 9:17 left in overtime gave the Cleveland Browns a 33-30 win over the Seattle Seahawks at Cleveland Browns Stadium. The Seahawks started the extra session with the ball and drove in Cleveland territory, but on 4th-and-inches Maurice Morris was stopped and, after a replay upheld the call, Cleveland took over on its 44. On the second play, Anderson lofted a screen pass to Jamal Lewis and the back took the ball to the Seattle 21-yard line on a 34- yard play. Three more plays got the ball to the seven-yard line and Dawson drilled it between the uprights for the win. Lewis had four touchdowns on 20 carries for 37 yards along with four catches for 67 yards while Derek Anderson went 29-for-48 with 364 yards and an interception for the Browns (5-3), who have won their last three games. Matt Hasselbeck went 30-for-47 with 318 yards, two touchdowns and an interception, while Bobby Engram had 14 catches for 139 yards and a score for the Seahawks (4-4), who have dropped three of their last four games. Nate Burleson tied a Seattle record with a 94-yard punt return in the second quarter. It was the second week in a row Burleson had a touchdown return, as in last week's 33-6 rout of St. Louis he took the opening kickoff of the second half 91 yards for a score.

Final Score: Houston 24, Oakland 17

Oakland, CA (MySportsbook) - Ron Dayne carried 21 times for 122 yards and one touchdown as Houston held on to best Oakland, 24-17, at McAfee Coliseum. Sage Rosenfels completed 11-of-19 passes for 181 yards, one touchdown and one interception in his first start of the season for the Texans (4-5), who snapped a three-game slide. Ahman Green added a rushing score, while Andre Davis picked up a TD reception. Justin Fargas rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries for the Raiders (2-6), who have lost four straight. Josh McCown completed only 13-of-28 passes for 158 yards, one score and three interceptions in the loss.

Final Score: Dallas 38, Philadelphia 17

Philadelphia, PA (MySportsbook) - Tony Romo completed 20-of-25 passes for 324 yards and three touchdowns and Terrell Owens had 10 catches for 174 yards and a score to lead the Dallas Cowboys to a resounding 38-17 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The freshly-paid Romo found three different receivers for scores and made up for his one blemish - a late first half interception - with a touchdown on the following possession, while Cowboys running backs Julius Jones and Marion Barber combined for 113 yards and a pair of touchdowns on the ground. Romo signed a six-year contract extension earlier in the week worth more than $65 million, keeping him in Dallas through 2013 and making him one of the NFL's highest-paid signal- callers. Owens, playing in his second game in Philadelphia since being dismissed from the Eagles midway through the 2005 season, was considerably more productive than in his first return, when he caught just three passes for 45 yards and was held scoreless in an Eagles victory. The Cowboys (7-1) hold a one-game advantage heading into next Sunday's showdown with second-place New York at Giants Stadium. It is also the team's best start since 1995, when they went on to win Super Bowl XXX. Donovan McNabb was 27-for-46 passing for 264 yards with one touchdown, a pair of interceptions and a fumble lost. Brian Westbrook rushed 16 times for 65 yards and a score and also caught 14 passes for 90 yards, but the Eagles (3-5) dug an early hole and never recovered on their way to falling solidly into last place in the NFC East

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