Bills, Cowboys, 49ers win during Week 10 in NFL

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At Cleveland, New York (7-2) won a second straight away OT game and its eighth in a row on the road. Santonio Holmes scored on a 37-yard touchdown pass from Mark Sanchez with 16 seconds left in overtime, offsetting three missed field goals by Nick Folk, including a 47-yarder in OT.

The Browns (3-6) had rallied to force OT on rookie quarterback Colt McCoy’s 3-yard TD pass to Mohamed Massaquoi with 44 seconds left in regulation.

Patriots 39, Steelers 26

At Pittsburgh, Tom Brady maintained his mastery of the Steelers, throwing three touchdown passes to Rob Gronkowski and scoring once himself as the Patriots tied the Jets for the AFC’s best record.

No NFL team wins more on its home field than Pittsburgh, but no opposing player wins there like Brady, who has won six of seven overall against the Steelers and four of five at Heinz Field. He was 30 of 43 for 350 yards with no sacks or interceptions, and now has 14 career TD throws and three interceptions against the Steelers (6-3).

Pittsburgh (6-3) played most of the game without wide receiver Hines Ward (neck), whose streak of 186 consecutive games with a reception ended.

Seahawks 36, Cardinals 18

At Glendale, Ariz., Matt Hasselbeck returned from a one-game absence to throw for 333 yards, Mike Williams caught 11 passes for 145 yards and Olindo Mare kicked five goals. Williams, out of the NFL the past two seasons after flopping in Detroit, had career highs for catches and yards as the visiting Seahawks (5-4) swept the Cardinals (3-6).

Arizona lost its fourth straight, its longest skid since dropping eight in a row in 2006.

Bears 27, Vikings 13

At Chicago, Jay Cutler threw for three touchdowns, Devin Hester had two big returns and Chicago (6-3) moved into a tie with Green Bay for the NFC North lead.

It was a rough day for Brett Favre and the Vikings (3-6), who needed to win and beat the Packers next week to jump back into the division race. Favre had 170 yards passing after getting a career-best 446 last week against Arizona. Favre threw three interceptions _ all in the second half _ and Chicago held Adrian Peterson to 51 yards rushing.

Broncos 49, Chiefs 29

At Denver, Kyle Orton threw a career-high four touchdown passes, Tim Tebow had two TDs and Knowshon Moreno topped 100 yards for the first time.

The Broncos (3-6) snapped a four-game losing streak and handed the Chiefs (5-4) their second straight loss.

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