NFL Recap – Week 6

Tennessee Titans 26 - Pittsburgh Steelers 23
Tennessee Titans 26 - Pittsburgh Steelers 23
Thursday night's game between the Tennessee Titans and the Pittsburgh Steelers came down to the wire. The Titans, down by seven in the fourth quarter, scored a touchdown with 4:19 left in the game. After the Steelers missed 54-yard field goal attempt, the Titans drove down the field and kicked a 40 yarder to win the game as time expired. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
Baltimore Ravens 31 - Dallas Cowboys 29
Baltimore Ravens 31 - Dallas Cowboys 29
The Baltimore Ravens' Jacoby Jones tied an NFL record with a 108-yard kickoff return to put the Ravens up by 11 points in the third quarter. But the Cowboys rallied to get within two with under a minute to go. That's as close as they got. The Cowboys recovered an onside kick but missed wide left on a 51-yard field goal attempt. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Cleveland Browns 34 - Cincinnati Bengals 24
Cleveland Browns 34 - Cincinnati Bengals 24
Down 14-7 in the first half, the Cleveland Browns rallied for 27 points in the second half. The scoring included Sheldon Brown's pick-six off the Bengals' QB Andy Dalton with seven minutes to go, giving the Browns a commanding lead. The win halted their franchise-record losing streak. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)
New York Jets 35 - Indianapolis Colts 9
New York Jets 35 - Indianapolis Colts 9
New York Jets' RB Shonn Greene carried his team to victory over Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts. Greene rushed for three touchdowns and a career-high 161 yards. Sanchez added a couple of touchdown passes, The Jets look to continue the "Ground-and-Pound" offense next week against the Dolphins. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38 - Kansas City Chiefs 10
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38 - Kansas City Chiefs 10
Tampa Bay's QB Josh Freeman finally found his groove, throwing for 328 yards and three touchdowns, including two to Vincent Jackson. Bucs defensive back Rondé Barber returned an interception 78 yards for a touchdown, helping the defense stop the struggling Chiefs. (Photo by J. Meric/Getty Images)
Miami Dolphins 17 - St. Louis Rams 14
Miami Dolphins 17 - St. Louis Rams 14
Despite 315 yards passing from Sam Bradford and over 100 yards on the ground, the St. Louis Rams couldn't convert when it counted. After going two for four, the Rams' kicker couldn't connect from 66 yards in the final minute. Dolphins' rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw for 185 yards and two touchdowns in the win. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
Atlanta Falcons 23 - Oakland Raiders 20
Atlanta Falcons 23 - Oakland Raiders 20
The Falcons improved their perfect record despite less-than-perfect play. Matt Ryan threw for three interceptions, and the Falcons allowed the Raiders to hang around until the very end. With 40 seconds left and the game tied, Ryan moved the team down the field to set up the game-winning field goal attempt. Matt Bryant connected from 55 yards for the win as time expired. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Detroit Lions 26 - Philadelphia Eagles 23
Detroit Lions 26 - Philadelphia Eagles 23
The Eagles snuffed Matt Stafford, Calvin Johnson and the Lions' high-powered offense for most of the game. But the Lions overcame a double-digit deficit in the fourth quarter to send the game into overtime. Stopping Michael Vick and forcing an Eagles punt gave the Lions good field position. And Jason Hanson converted a 45-yard field goal for the win. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
Washington Redskins 38 - Minnesota Vikings 26
Washington Redskins 38 - Minnesota Vikings 26
Robert Griffin III overcame his concussion last week to lead his team to victory over the Vikings. RG3 threw for just 182 yards and one touchdown, but also rushed for 138 yards and two more touchdowns. The convincing win puts the Redskins at .500 with a tough matchup against the New York Giants next week. Christian Ponder threw for 352 yards, as the Vikings drop to 4 - 2, half a game behind the Bears in the NFC North. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)
New York Giants 26 - San Francisco 49ers 3
New York Giants 26 - San Francisco 49ers 3
The Giants defense shut down Alex Smith the the 49ers offense in a rematch of last year's NFC Championship game. Smith threw three picks, two to Antrel Rolle and one to Prince Amukamara. Ahmad Bradshaw added 116 yards on the ground, and Lawrence Tynes connected for four field goals, as the Giants won it going away. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)
Buffalo Bills 19 - Arizona Cardinals 16
Buffalo Bills 19 - Arizona Cardinals 16
It was a wild one in the desert. The Cardinals' Jay Feely connected from 61 yards to tie the score late in the fourth quarter and then missed from 38 yards in a game-winning attempt. Jarius Byrd's interception in overtime for Buffalo set up Rian Lindell for the game-winning 25-yard field goal. Six of the Cardinal's last nine home games have gone to overtime; this is the first one they lost. (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)
Seattle Seahawks 24 - New England Patriots 23
Seattle Seahawks 24 - New England Patriots 23
The Seahawks' QB Russell Wilson connected with WR Sidney Rice for a 46-yard touchdown to put the Seahawks up 24-23 with 1:18 to go in the fourth quarter. Tom Brady was ready to drive his team down the field for the win but couldn't get a first down. And the Patriots suffered their third loss of the season. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers 42 - Houston Texans 24
Green Bay Packers 42 - Houston Texans 24
Sunday night was a record tying night for the Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers lead his team to a 42-24 victory over the previously undefeated Houston Texans by tying a team record six touchdown passes, that was previously set by Matt Flynn last season. The six TD passes is also a career-high for Rodgers. Arian Foster managed two touchdowns but only 29 yards for the Texans. And his team's play was marred by mistakes. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
Denver Broncos 35 - San Diego Chargers 24
Denver Broncos 35 - San Diego Chargers 24
Monday Night Football featured two AFC West rivals, the Denver Broncos and the San Diego Chargers and was a tail of two halves. Philip Rivers and the Chargers opened the game with 24 points in the first half, but Manning and the Broncos' defense shut down the Chargers in second half. Rivers finished the game with 4 INT's and Manning passed for over 300 yards and threw 3 TD's in the fourth quarter. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
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