San Diego running back LaDainian Tomlinson scored four touchdowns against Cincinnati, tying his career high. Tomlinson has 15 touchdowns in his last five games.
2 of 15Al Tielemans/SI
Colts 17, Bills 16
Terrence Wilkins returned five kickoffs for 116 yards to boost Indianapolis in its victory over Buffalo. The Colts became the first NFL team to start 9-0 in back-to-back seasons and have won 31 of their past 34 regular season games.
3 of 15David Bergman/SI
Eagles 27, Redskins 3
Philadelphia running back Brian Westbrook ran for 113 yards on 22 carries against Washington. The Eagles ran the ball more than they passed for the first time this season.
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Dolphins 13, Chiefs 10
Miami defeated Kansas City by taking an early 13-point lead and holding Larry Johnson to just 75 rushing yards on 18 carries. Johnson came into Sunday's game averaging 143.1 rushing yards per game, second best in the NFL.
5 of 15Bill Frakes/SI
Texans 13, Jaguars 10
Houston quarterback David Carr threw for 167 yards and ran for 48 in a win over Jacksonville. Carr left the game early in the fourth quarter with a bruised left shoulder, but the injury appears to be minor and he is expected to start next week.
6 of 15John W. McDonough/SI
Broncos 17, Raiders 13
Denver wideout Javon Walker caught two passes for 62 yards and one touchdown, helping to push the Broncos past the Raiders. Walker has scored five touchdowns in his last three games, after scoring only twice in his previous six games.
7 of 15Damian Strohmeyer/SI
Bears 38, Giants 20
Despite struggling through almost the entire first half, quarterback Rex Grossman stood tall in the face of the Giants defense, throwing for 246 yards and three touchdowns to lead Chicago.
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Jets 17, Patriots 14
New York head coach Eric Mangini had every reason to smile after defeating his former mentor, New England head coach Bill Belichick, on a muddy field in Foxboro. Belichick has refused to refer to the Jets coach by name since Mangini left the Patriots after five years.
9 of 15Andy Lyons/Getty Images
Ravens 27, Titans 26
Steve McNair led Baltimore to the biggest comeback in team history after trailing 19 points to Tennessee. McNair threw for 373 yards and three touchdowns against his former team.
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Packers 23, Vikings 17
Green Bay wideout Donald Driver races past Minnesota safety Darren Sharper for an 82-yard touchdown reception late in the first half. Driver caught six passes for 191 yards and is now fifth in the NFL with 771 receiving yards on the season.
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Steelers 38, Saints 31
Pittsburgh running back Willie Parker breaks an attempted tackle by Saints cornerback Mike McKenzie to score one of his two fourth quarter touchdowns. Parker ran for 213 yards on 22 carries, including runs of 72 and 76 yards.
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Browns 17, Falcons 13
Atlanta quarterback Michael Vick fumbles the ball off his own knee on a draw play late in the fourth quarter at the Cleveland 27. The Browns recovered the fumble with 2:18 left and held on to win the game.
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49ers 19, Lions 13
San Francisco running back Frank Gore set a franchise record with 148 yards rushing in the first half, including a 61-yard touchdown run, before leaving with a concussion in the third quarter against Detroit.
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Cowboys 27, Cardinals 10
Dallas wideout Patrick Crayton breaks away from Arizona cornerback Eric Green in the second quarter to score on a 30-yard pass from quarterback Tony Romo, who threw for 308 yards and two touchdowns.
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Seahawks 24, Rams 22
Seattle running back Maurice Morris rushed for over 100 yards for his second consecutive game. Morris had 124 yards on 21 carries against the Rams, starting in place of Shaun Alexander who has missed the last six games with a broken left foot.
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