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After 40 years of being abused, and dominated by the Pittsburgh Steelers Cincinnati Bengals refused to be bullied more.

The Bengals beat the Steelers at their own game in their own stadium, based on a defense smothered Ben Roethlisberger and the Super Bowl champions, keeping them to four field goals, and use special teams a great game for a 18-12 victory on Sunday that put them in control of the AFC North.

Shayne Graham kicked four field goals in the second half even though the Bengals (7-2) could not take the opportunity after opportunity to take control. Bernard Scott 96-yard kickoff return in the first quarter was crucial as Cincinnati, despite playing the second half without the ace running back Cedric Benson and not make the extra point after scoring Scott, tracking a 23-20 win over the Steelers (6-3) on 27 September.

To sweep the season series for the first time since 1998, the Bengals lead the division by two games because they own the tiebreaker and, for the first time in his history, a 5-0 division record.

Dolphins 25, Buccaneers 23
In Miami, Chad Henne led a 77-yard drive scoring in the final 1:10, and Dan Carpenter kicked a field goal from 25 yards with 10 seconds left.
Henne missed to lose the return of the Buccaneers led by Josh Freeman, who encouraged his team in the fourth quarter for the second time in two starts in the NFL. The rookie shook horrible half first and led his team to a pair of late touchdowns.

The Dolphins (4-5) won despite losing running back Ronnie Brown to a right ankle injury in the third quarter. The Bucs (1-8) were unable to build momentum after beating Green Bay a week earlier.
An ill-advised pass was intercepted by the Henne building go to the Bucs' go-ahead score with 1:14 left.
Henne, a second-year player, finished 17-of-31 for 175 yards and improved to 4-2 holder. Williams ran for 102 yards and Brown ran for 82 and a touchdown before the injury.

Santos 28, Rams 23
In San Luis, Reggie Bush helped the undefeated New Orleans Saints to overcome another set of mistakes and get the best start in team history.
Bush scored twice for the first time in over a year and Drew Brees offset by two interceptions with two touchdowns in the 28-23 victory over the St. Louis Rams on Sunday.

Courtney Roby opened the second half with a kickoff return for 97 yards and take over Robert Meachem 27 yards early in the fourth quarter gave New Orleans (9-0) enough breathing room to tie the franchise record with nine consecutive victories.

19-yard pass from Marc Bulger to Donnie Avery shaved the deficit to five with 2:44 to go to the Rams (1-8) made the New Orleans 32 before Bulger threw incomplete into the end zone on the final play.

Panthers 28, Hawks 19
In Charlotte, North Carolina Delhomme, Jake was the turnover-free for the third straight game, finding Steve Smith for two touchdowns.

Matt Ryan looked twice at point ahead of Atlanta in the winning unit. First, the kicker declined. Then his problems sophomore reappeared.
The Panthers (4-5) built a 21-10 halftime advantage, but the win was not sealed until Ryan Richard Marshall intercepted, setting up to 45-yard touchdown run by Jonathan Stewart with 2:07 left.
Previously, Jason Elam missed a field goal from 34 yards that would have given Atlanta (5-4) to head.

Ryan completed just 7-of-19 passes for 48 yards and an interception in the first half, often overthrowing receivers and appearing nervous under pressure from Carolina.

Vikings 27, Lions 10
In Minneapolis, Brett Favre missed the season-344 yards, 201 in Sydney Rice and Detroit once lost 31 in 33 games.

The Lions (1-8) joined the Houston Oilers in November 21, 1982 through November 4, 1984, as the only NFL team to lose 31 games in a stretch of 33 games, according to STATS.
They've played hard this season several times, as the Vikings can attest, but after a series of injuries in this game and pass coverage poorest who lost their 12th straight at the Metrodome.

Adrian Peterson lost a ball, but returned on 18 carries 133 yards and two touchdowns for Minnesota (8-1).

Redskins 27, Broncos 17
In Landover, Maryland, Washington Redskins broke the 17-point barrier for the first time this season and ended a run of four defeats.

The Broncos lost for the third consecutive and had to play the second half with Chris Simms as quarterback Kyle Orton left after an ankle injury.
Denver (6-3) has struggled since the season opener with six victories.
Ladell Betts scored on a one-yard run with 2:44 to play. With Clinton Portis inactive after suffering a concussion in last week's loss Atlanta, Betts made his first start since 2006 and ran for 114 yards on 26 carries.

Jason Campbell completed 17-of-26 passes for 193 yards for the Redskins (3-6). The burst of 27 points was his highest since Week 2 last season.

Titans 41, Bills 17
In Nashville, Tennessee, Chris Johnson rushed for 132 yards and two touchdowns, and caught nine passes for 100 more.

The Titans (3-6) are on a roll since opening the season 0-6, and can thank Johnson, the NFL rushing leader and the first in the league back to top 1,000 yards this season.
Young also threw for a touchdown and finished with 210 yards to win his seventh straight start. He also ran five times for 29 yards.

Buffalo (3-6) got back and rookie Trent Edwards Jairus Byrd intercepted a pass in a fifth straight game. But the Bills lost their second straight game.

Jaguars 24 Jets 22
In East Rutherford, New Jersey, Josh Scobee kicked a field goal from 21 yards as time expired after the Jaguars blew a touchdown in order to drain the clock.

With the Jaguars facing second and 10-6, Maurice Jones-Drew took a handoff through the center and went to one knee to give Jacksonville a first and goal with just over a minute left. New York had no timeout left.
David Garrard knelt the ball twice, Scobee giving the opportunity to kick the game winner for the Jaguars (5-4).

It was another devastating defeat for the Jets (4-5), who came out of bye weeks doing break the same kinds of mistakes that plagued them in the first eight games. New York has lost five of six.

Chargers 31, Eagles 23
In San Diego, LaDainian Tomlinson scored twice to continue his rise up the race to land and enter the lists, and the Chargers pulled out a tie atop the AFC West.

Tomlinson gained a season-high 96 yards on 24 carries to pass Thurman Thomas and Franco Harris and move into 12th place all time with 12,145 yards. His two touchdowns gave him 146 and moved him past Marcus Allen and third in the list of all time.
The Chargers and Broncos, both 6-3, play next Sunday in Denver.

Donovan McNabb threw for a season-high 450 yards, completing 35-55, and two late touchdowns for Philadelphia (4-5). He was intercepted in the end zone by Antonio Cromartie in last play of the game.
Eagles running back Brian Westbrook was knocked out with another concussion. He had missed the last two games after a concussion during a victory against Washington on Oct. 26.

Chiefs 16, Raiders 10
In Oakland, California, Jamaal Charles scored on a 44-yard touchdown for the first Kansas City by land from the season and heads to use an interception late to win its seventh straight game in Oakland.

The Chiefs (2-7) have won five of their last 35 games. But three of those victories have been in the Oakland Coliseum, where Kansas City has the longest streak ever by a visiting team.
Ryan Succop kicked three field goals and Kansas City again took a closure against the Raiders (2-7) in the Chiefs first game since the release of running back Larry Johnson.

The Raiders scored a touchdown in his first series and then only managed three points and 202 yards the rest of the road.

Cardinals 31, Seahawks 20
In Glendale, Arizona, rookie had Beanie Wells in the second half touchdown 10 and runs 13 yards and Arizona rallied from a handicap of two touchdowns in his second home victory in five attempts.

Kurt Warner completed 29-of-38 for 340 yards and two touchdown passes as the Cardinals (6-3) remained two games over San Francisco in the NFC West. Warner also became the 29th player in history the NFL to throw 200 touchdown passes, and had his 51st 300-yard game, tying Dan Fouts in the fourth on the list of NFL career.

With Julio Jones ahead of time by a chest injury, sophomore Justin Forsett rushed for a career-high 123 yards, including a touchdown run of 11 yards for the Seahawks (3-6).
Matt Hasselbeck, who had been bothered by a sore shoulder, was 26 years-52 for 315 yards and a touchdown. He was intercepted twice late in the game.

Packers 17, Cowboys 7
In Green Bay, Wisconsin, Charles Woodson helped the Green Bay defense finally played to their potential against a large opponent early, forcing two fumbles and collected a pass from Tony Romo on the goal line.

It was a nice win for the Packers (5-4), but could have saved the season after demoralizing losses back-to-back. "
The Packers Romo sacked five times and held to 251 yards in a drive murderer The Cowboys (6-3), who had won four consecutive games. Dallas also lost starting right tackle Marc Colombo to a broken left leg.

Aaron Rodgers scored on a quarterback sneak and threw a touchdown pass to tight end Spencer Havner. Rodgers was 25-of-36 for 189 yards and a touchdown, but also was sacked four times.

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