Arizona quarterback Kevin Kolb loses his headgear but hangs onto the football after he's sacked by Seattle's Chris Clemons.
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Buffalo's Drayton Florence celebrates with fans after returning one of Tom Brady's four interceptions for a touchdown.
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There's a new team on top of the Patriots' division, but New England wideout Wes Welker still had a career day against the Bills with 16 catches, 217 yards and two touchdowns.
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Alabama cornerback DeQuan Menzie's pick-six helped the Tide to a 38-14 win in a game in which Arkansas was held to 17 total rushing yards.
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Kansas City cornerback Brandon Flowers looks like the intended receiver on a pass that's out of Chargers' wideout Malcolm Floyd's reach. Philip Rivers threw two interceptions, but San Diego still squeaked past the winless Chiefs.
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Lions' tight end Brandon Pettigrew led his team with 11 receptions and helped overcome a 20-point halftime deficit as Detroit remain undefeated with an overtime victory over Minnesota.
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Clemson Memorial Stadium has been a fine place for upsets. Dabo Swinney's squad didn't show any hangover from an emotional win over Auburn last week. The Tigers surprised Florida State 35-30.
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This Irish tug-of-war team gave a new meaning to beer muscles with a win in the 680KG European Outdoor Tug of War Championships in England.
9 of 24Heinz Kluetmeier/SI
South Dakota running back Marcus Sims get stuffed by a wall of Badger defenders. Wisconsin only allowed 173 yards total offense in its 59-10 destruction of the Coyotes.
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Even though the Giants' defeated the Eagles on Sunday, New York couldn't slow down LeSean McCoy. Deon Grant tries grabbing his jersey, but McCoy rushed for 128 yards and a touchdown.
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Michael Vick was much easier for the Giants' defense to contain. He's picked off here by Aaron Ross and would later leave the game with an injured hand.
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Oakland's Josh Willingham found this pitch too close for his comfort during a game against the Anaheim Angels.
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The exact number of kayaks in this picture is unknown. Feel free to count them yourself. It is part of a 1,925-boat floating raft. A new Guinness world record set in New York at a fundraiser for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
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Spectators watch contestants at the 38th Berlin Marathon.
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Kamui Kobayashi -- of no relation to the hot dog eater -- loses control of his car during a qualifying session of the Singtel Singapore Grand Prix.
16 of 24Matt Slocum/AP
Phillies catcher Erik Kratz makes a lunging tag before Stephen Lombardozzi of the Washington Nationals can reach home plate.
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It's still the fastest marathon on earth. The last four marathon world records have been set at Berlin. Patick Makau of Kenya broke Ethiopian legend Haile Gebrselassie's 2008 record by 21 seconds on Sunday.
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No Arnaud Demare does not have four arms. He is celebrating with teammate Adrien Peti at the UCI Cycling Road World Championships in Copenhagen.
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Panthers' defensive back Captain Munnerlyn breaks up a pass intended for Jags' receiver Jason Hill. The Panthers picked up the win in a battle between two winless teams starting rookie quarterbacks.
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Seattle right fielder Ichiro Suzuki robs a fan of a souvenir with this diving catch on a foul ball hit by Twins' outfielder Michael Cuddyer.
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Detroit Tigers' centerfielder Austin Jackson breaks his bat in the seventh inning of a 10-2 loss to the Kansas City Royals.
22 of 24Chris Keane/Reuters
Jacksonville Jaguars' linebackers Daryl Smith (52) and Paul Posluszny team up to bring Panthers' running back Jonathan Stewart down on the soaked Bank of America Stadium grass.
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Mark Webber of Red Bull steers his car during a practice session for the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix.
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Apparently this is what a National League West Champion looks like. Justin Upton celebrates in the locker room after the Diamondbacks defeated the Giants to clinch their division.
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