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_ Arian Foster and Ben Tate, Texans. Foster had 19 carries for 124 yards and a touchdown and Tate had 12 carries for 115 yards and a touchdown in Houston’s 30-12 win over Cleveland. The Texans finished with a franchise-record 261 yards rushing.

_ Steven Jackson, Rams, finished with 29 carries for 130 yards in St. Louis’ 19-13 loss to Arizona.

_ Frank Gore, 49ers, had 19 carries for 107 yards in San Francisco’s 19-11 win over Washington.


_ Vincent Jackson, Chargers, finished with seven catches for 141 yards and three touchdowns in San Diego’s 45-38 loss to Green Bay.

_ Wes Welker, Patriots, had nine catches for 136 yards in New England’s 24-20 loss to New York.

_ Julio Jones, Falcons, had three catches for 131 yards and two touchdowns in Atlanta’s 31-7 win over Indianapolis. They were the rookie’s first TDs.

_ Brandon Marshall, Dolphins, had eight catches for 106 yards and a touchdown and Miami got its first win over the season with a 31-3 victory over Kansas City. Steve Breaston, Chiefs, had seven catches for 115 yards.

_ Roy Helu, Redskins, caught a franchise-record 14 passes for 105 yards coming out of the backfield in Washington’s 19-11 loss to San Francisco.

Special Teams

_ Patrick Peterson, Cardinals, returned a punt 99 yards for a touchdown in overtime to give the Cardinals a 19-13 victory over the Rams. It was the second punt return to win a game in overtime in NFL history. The other was 86 yards by Tamarick Vanover of Kansas City to beat San Diego on Oct. 9, 1995. It was the second-longest punt return in NFL history (Robert Bailey, Rams, 103 yards, Oct. 23, 1994.)

Calais Campbell, Cardinals, blocked Josh Brown’s 42-yard field goal attempt as regulation ended to force overtime.

_ Eddie Royal, Broncos, returned a punt 85 yards for the tiebreaking score in Denver’s 38-24 win over Oakland.

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