In what might have been his final game at Lambeau Field, Brett Favre managed to pull out a win despite throwing two interceptions, one of which was returned 47 yards for a touchdown in the second half.
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Chiefs 20, Raiders 9
Larry Johnson ran for 135 yards and a touchdown on 31 carries against Oakland. Johnson broke Christian Okoye's club record of 370 carries in a season with 383.
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Ravens 31, Steelers 7
Steve McNair threw three touchdown passes against Pittsburgh, leading Baltimore to their 12th win of the season and tying a franchise record set by their Super Bowl championship team in 2000.
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Panthers 10, Falcons 3
Chris Weinke won his first game in five years despite completing just four of seven passes for 32 yards against Atlanta. Weinke's 1-yard pass to Jeff King in the end zone was the game's only touchdown.
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Bears 26, Lions 21
Robbie Gould went 4-for-4 on field goals against Detroit, including three in the fourth quarter. Backup quarterback Brian Griese replaced Rex Grossman in the fourth quarter and led Chicago down the field to set up the final two field goals by Gould.
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Texans 27, Colts 24
Ron Dayne had a career-high 153 yards rushing and two touchdowns despite playing three quarters on an injured ankle, as Houston beat Indy with a last-second field goal. Wali Lundy is the only other Texans running back to rush for over 100 yards in a single game this season, with 116 yards against the Titans eight weeks ago.
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Patriots 24, Jaguars 21
Tight end David Thomas had five catches for 83 yards, including a 22-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter to help New England beat Jacksonville and clinch their fourth consecutive AFC East crown.
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Saints 30, Giants 7
Reggie Bush ran for a career-high 126 yards and a touchdown as New Orleans scored 30 unanswered points after an early touchdown by the Giants.
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Buccaneers 22, Browns 7
Michael Pittman breaks a tackle on an 11-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. Pittman, who was filling in for injured starter Cadillac Williams, had 86 yards rushing with a touchdown, tying Williams total of one for the year.
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Titans 30, Bills 29
Vince Young threw two touchdown passes and rushed for another as he led his fourth comeback victory late in a game this season, keeping Tennessee alive in the AFC playoff race.
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Rams 37, Redskins 31, OT
Steven Jackson had 150 yards rushing and 102 yards receiving, scoring twice in the game, including a 21-yard touchdown run in overtime.
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Cardinals 26, 49ers 20
After riding the bench the previous 10 games, Kurt Warner came in to replace Matt Leinart, who injured his left shoulder following a sack late in the first half. Warner completed 9 of 13 passes for 105 yards and no interceptions to help Arizona hold on for their fourth victory in six games.
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Broncos 24, Bengals 23
Jay Cutler became the first NFL quarterback to throw for multiple touchdowns in each of his first four games. The rookie out of Vanderbilt led Denver past Cincinnati to put the Broncos in good position for the AFC wild card.
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Chargers 20, Seahawks 17
Chargers wideout Vincent Jackson hauls in a 37-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Philip Rivers with 29 seconds remaining in the game to take the lead in San Diego's win over Seattle.
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Eagles 23, Cowboys 7
The Dallas D had no answer for Brian Westbrook, who rushed 122 yards on 26 carries for Philly, who now has the upper hand in the race for the NFC East title.
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Jets 13, Dolphins 10
After a scoreless first half, Chad Pennington and the Jets managed to edge Miami for the win in a Monday-night matchup marred by steady rain and sloppy play.
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