Correll Buckhalter leaps over cornerback Ike Taylor to score the game's only touchdown during the second quarter of the Eagles 15-6 victory over the Steelers.
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Ben Roethlisberger gets rid of the ball as defensive end Jaqua Parker brings him down. Parker had 2 1/2 sacks as the Eagles kept blitzing Roethlisberger, banged him around and eventually knocked him out of the game.
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Defensive end Jay Ratliff celebrates his sack of Aaron Rodgers for an 8-yard loss, forcing the Packers to punt during the third quarter. The Cowboys won 27-16.
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Reggie Bush hurdles over Marquand Manuel (33) and Nate Webster (58) for a third quarter touchdown. Bush had 178 all-purpose yards and two TDs in the Saints 34-32 loss to the Broncos.
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Roddy White does a back-flip to celebrate his 70-yard touchdown reception during the first quarter of the Falcons' 38-14 win over the Chiefs.
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Amani Toomer catches a 31-yard pass in overtime and manages to keep both feet inbounds. The play eventually led to a 22-yard field goal by John Carney, giving the Giants a 26-23 victory over the Bengals.
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Bears' cornerback Charles Tillman breaks up a touchdown pass to Maurice Stovall (85) during the fourth quarter. The Buccaneers won 27-24 in OT.
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Rian Lindell kicks a 38-yard field goal -- making up for a 46-yarder he missed earlier in the game -- as time ran out to defeat the Raiders 24-23. The Bills scored 17 points in the final 8 minutes and are off to a 3-0 start for the first time since 1992.
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T.J. Duckett celebrates after scoring a touchdown during the Seahawks 37-13 domination of the Rams. Duckett had his first two-touchdown rushing day in four years as he and teammate Julius Jones combined for 219 yards on the ground.
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Ronnie Brown scored a team-record four touchdowns rushing and threw for another -- with four of the scores coming on direct snaps to the running back -- as Miami shocked New England 38-13.
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We can't decide which is more amazing: the choke hold by Josh Savage or the wedding ring and <i>wristwatch</i> that holder Steve Weatherford is wearing. Who wears a watch while playing an NFL game?
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