Eli Manning and Amani Toomer connected for one of the game's biggest plays as the Giants came from behind to beat the Steelers. On fourth-and-six in the fourth quarter, Manning hit Toomer on a fade for a 30-yard gain. An ensuing field goal cut the Pittsburgh lead to two points.
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In what was billed as a possible Super Bowl preview, the Giants and Steelers locked horns in a defensive battle. Brandon Jacobs pounded out 47 yards on the ground, and the Giants scored 12 unanswered fourth quarter points for the 21-14 victory.
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Kicker Dan Carpenter helped the Dolphins chip away at the Bills' second half lead. He hit field goals of 43, 45 and 35 yards, as the Dolphins rallied from 16-7 down to win 25-16.
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The offensive numbers weren't eye-popping in Dallas Sunday, but Terrell Owens and the Cowboys held on for a big victory over Tampa Bay, ending a two-game skid.
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Marion Barber posted 100 total yards for the Cowboys Sunday. He gained 71 on the ground (on 25 carries) and another 29 on six catches.
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Saints/Chargers in London
After last year's muddy slog at Wembley, the NFL returned to London for a high-scoring showdown between the Saints and Chargers. Drew Brees went 30-for-41 for 339 yards and three touchdowns against his former team to lead the Saints to a 37-32.
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The Saints jumped out to an early lead against the Chargers with help from a Darren Sproles fumble. Usama Young recovered the ball, and six plays later New Orleans scored its second touchdown in a 2:10 span for an early 16-3 lead.
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Brett Favre struggled all afternoon, throwing three interceptions, including one in the fourth quarter that was returned 91 yards for a touchdown. But the Jets eked out a victory on a 15-yard Favre touchdown pass to Laveranues Coles, capping the next possession. Jets 28, Chiefs 24.
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Cleveland running back Jamal Lewis rushed for 81 yards and a touchdown, and defensive tackle Shaun Rogers dominated all over the field as the Browns beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 23-17.
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Kevin Faulk grabbed a 15-yard touchdown pass with 3:13 left - holding onto the ball while being hit by St. Louis linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa. The score put the Patriots up for good, and gave Jim Haslett his first loss as Rams coach since taking over the club from Scott Linehan.
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Carolina rallied and overcame a monster game by Kurt Warner Sunday. Steve Smith led the way with 117 yards receiving and two touchdowns, as the Panthers came back from 14 down in the third quarter to win 27-23.
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Jason Campbell was 23-of-28 for a season-high 328 yards, a touchdown and a career-high 127.4 passer rating in the Redskins' 25-17 win over Detroit. In the Lions' seven losses, six quarterbacks have had a career-high passer rating against them.
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Brian Westbrook had a huge game Sunday as the Eagles' racked up 192 rushing yards against the Falcons. Westbrook accounted for a career-high 167 of those yards (plus another 42 receiving) and two touchdowns in the Eagles' 27-14 win over Matt Ryan and the Falcons.
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