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NFL Recap – Week 9

San Diego Chargers 31 - Kansas City Chiefs 13
San Diego Chargers 31 - Kansas City Chiefs 13
Philip Rivers and Antonio Gates helped the San Diego Chargers snap their three-game losing streak with a win a win over the Kansas City Chiefs (1-7) . The Chargers were able to capitalize on the four turnovers committed by the Chiefs and finished the game with three touchdowns in the fourth quarter. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
Denver Broncos 31 - Cincinnati Bengals 23
Denver Broncos 31 - Cincinnati Bengals 23
Peyton Manning threw two interceptions at the beginning of the game to put the Broncos in a hole against the Cincinnati Bengals. But Manning overcame his mistakes and rallied his team with three touchdown passes. The comeback win set the NFL record for game-winning drives with 48, surpassing Hall of Famer Dan Marino. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
Baltimore Ravens 25 - Cleveland Browns 15
Baltimore Ravens 25 - Cleveland Browns 15
The Baltimore Ravens continued their dominance within their AFC North division. Joe Flacco connected with Torrey Smith with just under five minutes left for a come-from-behind to win, their 10th straight against the Browns and 11th straight against an AFC North opponent. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers 31 - Arizona Cardinals 17
Green Bay Packers 31 - Arizona Cardinals 17
With an injury depleted team, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers used the running game to extend their winning streak to four games heading into the bye week. Rodgers threw four TDs, including the team's longest TD pass this season, and the Packers rushed for 176 yards against the Cardinals (4-5). (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
Houston Texans 21 - Buffalo Bills 9
Houston Texans 21 - Buffalo Bills 9
The Buffalo Bills defense was no match for the high-powered Texans offense. The Texans' QB Matt Schaub threw for 268 yards and two TDs; Arian Foster ran for 111 yards and a TD and Andre Johnson caught eight passes for 118 yards. The Texans improve their record to 7-1. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)
Indianapolis Colts 23 - Miami Dolphins 20
Indianapolis Colts 23 - Miami Dolphins 20
Luck has struck again for the Indianapolis Colts. Quarterback Andrew Luck broke the rookie passing record, throwing for 433 yards and two touchdowns as the Colts beat the Miami Dolphins for their third straight win. They improve their record to 5-3. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
Detroit Lions 31 - Jacksonville Jaguars 14
Detroit Lions 31 - Jacksonville Jaguars 14
The Detroit Lions earned their second straight win this season, relying on their running and passing game. Lions running back Mikel Leshoure scored three touchdowns and wide receiver Calvin Johnson racked up 129 receiving yards as the Lions evened their record at 4-4. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
Chicago Bears 51 - Tennessee Titans 20
Chicago Bears 51 - Tennessee Titans 20
The Chicago Bears took advantage of the five Tennessee Titans turnovers. Jay Cutler threw three touchdowns to Brandon Marshall and handed one off to RB Matt Forte. The other two touchdowns were scored by the Bears' defense and special teams. Brian Urlacher intercepted a pass and returned it 46 yards for one of them, and the Bears recovered a blocked a punt for the other. (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)
Carolina Panthers 21 - Washington Redskins 13
Carolina Panthers 21 - Washington Redskins 13
Quarterback Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers defense held onto their halftime lead to end their five-game losing streak. Newton threw for 201 yards and a touchdown and ran for 37 yards and another. The Panthers' defense contained the Redskins' RG3, sacking him four times in the win. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 42 - Oakland Raiders 32
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 42 - Oakland Raiders 32
After his breakout game against the Minnesota Vikings last week, Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin returned to his hometown to set a team rushing record. Martin rushed for 251 yards and 4 TDs against the Oakland Raiders. The Bucs held off a late rally from the Raiders to even their record at (4-4). (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
Pittsburgh Steelers 24 - New York Giants 20
Pittsburgh Steelers 24 - New York Giants 20
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Giants fans were looking for some relief against the Steelers on Sunday. The Giants took advantage of the Steelers' sloppy play in the first half. The second half was a different story, as Ben Roethlisberger and Isaac Redman rallied the team to a fourth quarter come-from-behind win to end the Giants four-game winning streak. (Photo by Rich Schultz /Getty Images)
Seattle Seahawks 30 - Minnesota Vikings 20
Seattle Seahawks 30 - Minnesota Vikings 20
Seattle Seahawks' rookie QB Russell Wilson threw for three first half TDs and RB Marshawn Lynch ran for 124 yards and a TD as the Seahawks overcame 182 yards rushing and 2 TDs from Vikings running back Adrian Peterson. The loss drops the Vikings to third place in the NFC North, behind Chicago and Green Bay. (Photo by Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)
Atlanta Falcons 19 - Dallas Cowboys 13
Atlanta Falcons 19 - Dallas Cowboys 13
Quarterback Matt Ryan put the Atlanta Falcons in position to extend their undefeated season, throwing for 342 yards. But the only touchdown came on a 3-yard run by Michael Turner in the fourth quarter, and the remaining 12 points came from the foot of Matt Bryant, who kicked four field goals. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)
New Orleans Saints 28 - Philadelphia Eagles 13
New Orleans Saints 28 - Philadelphia Eagles 13
Quarterback Drew Brees extended his NFL record to 51 games, and the defense returned a interception for 99 yards as the Saints earned their third win. The Eagles loss is the team's fourth straight and puts mounting pressure on Michael Vick and head coach Andy Reid to turn around their season. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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