BRONCOS 17, CHIEFS 10
Matt Cassel was 13 of 28 for 93 yards and a touchdown for Kansas City (4-5), which followed up a 31-3 loss to previously winless Miami with another miserable showing at home.
STEELERS 24, BENGALS 17
Pittsburgh (7-3) got a needed win by putting together long, balanced drives while thousands of Steelers fans waved Terrible Towels in the first sellout crowd of the season at Paul Brown Stadium.
Dalton handled most of what Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau threw at him. He had two more touchdown passes, giving him 14 overall _ the most by a rookie quarterback in his first nine games since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970.
At the end, a Steelers defense that’s finally getting healthy and forcing turnovers got to him. Cornerback William Gay anticipated Dalton’s throw and stepped in front of Jerome Simpson for a clinching interception inside the Pittsburgh 20 with 2:27 left.
49ERS 27, GIANTS 20
In a game between division leaders, the 49ers (8-1) didn’t rely on Frank Gore, whose franchise-record streak of five straight games with 100 yards rushing ended with a knee injury.
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