LaDainian Tomlinson scores one of his three rushing touchdowns in a game in which he broke Shaun Alexander's league record of 28 single-season touchdowns, which was set last year.
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Giants 27, Panthers 13
Tiki Barber had 20 carries for 112 yards against Carolina, helping his team snap a four-game losing streak. Barber became the 21st back in NFL history to reach 10,000 career yards rushing.
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Titans 26, Texans 20, OT
Vince Young ran for a 39-yard touchdown in overtime against Houston, playing just six miles from where he grew up. Young led the Titans to their third straight comeback victory and fourth win in a row.
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Dolphins 21, Patriots 0
The Miami D sacked Tom Brady four times, forcing him to fumble twice, and limited him to 78 yards passing.
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Jaguars 44, Colts 17
Maurice Jones-Drew ran for a career-high 166 yards and two touchdowns, largely contributing to Jacksonville's 375 total yards rushing -- tied for second most in the NFL since the 1970 merger.
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Bills 31, Jets 13
Willis McGahee ran for 125 yards on 16 carries, including a 57-yard touchdown run in the first quarter against the Jets.
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Eagles 21, Redskins 19
Cornerback William James (21) watches the ball he batted in the air land into the hands of teammate Michael Lewis, who returned it 84 yards for a touchdown.
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Bengals 27, Raiders 10
Wideout Chad Johnson had five catches for 101 yards against Oakland, setting a career record with his 21st game of triple-digit yards receiving.
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Falcons 17, Buccaneers 6
Fullback Justin Griffith stepped up in the second half after injuries to running backs Warrick Dunn and Jerious Norwood. Griffith scored his first career touchdown on a 21-yard run against Tampa Bay.
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Vikings 30, Lions 20
Artose Pinner, cut by Detroit before the season, had a career high 125 yards rushing and three touchdowns for Minnesota as he replaced injured running back Chester Taylor.
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Ravens 20, Chiefs 10
Safety Ed Reed had both interceptions for Baltimore against Kansas City. The Ravens are 4-0 when Reed gets at least two interceptions.
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Packers 30, 49ers 19
Wideout Donald Driver breaks loose for a 68-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter against San Francisco. Driver caught nine passes for 160 yards as Green Bay snapped a three-game losing streak.
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Cardinals 27, Seahawks 21
After starting the season without a single 100-yard effort in his first 11 games, Edgerrin James topped 100 yards for his second consecutive game, rushing for 115 yards and a touchdown against Seattle.
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Saints 42, Cowboys 17
Drew Brees threw for 384 yards and five touchdowns against Dallas, topping 4,000 yards passing for the first time in his career.
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Steelers 27, Browns 7
Willie Parker broke the single-game rushing record for Pittsburgh with 223 yards against Cleveland. Parker also became the first player in Steelers history to have two 200-yard games in a season.
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