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Steelers 32, Cardinals 20
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Ben Roethlisberger threw 95 yards to Mike Wallace for the longest pass play in Steelers history and Pittsburgh went on to hand Arizona its fifth consecutive loss. Roethlisberger, 25 of 38 for 340 yards, also had TD passes of 12 yards to Heath Miller and 4 yards to Emmanuel Sanders in the first game between the teams since Pittsburgh’s 27-23 thriller over the Cardinals in the 2009 Super Bowl.
Cowboys 34, Rams 7
ARLINGTON, Texas — DeMarco Murray ran for a franchise-record 253 yards, including a 91-yard touchdown that’s the second-longest in club history, to lead Dallas over ailing St. Louis. In the start of a football-baseball doubleheader between teams from Dallas-Fort Worth and St. Louis, the Cowboys emphatically ended their stretch of 11 straight games decided by four points or less.
Chiefs 28, Raiders 0
OAKLAND, Calif. — Kendrick Lewis and Brandon Flowers returned interceptions for touchdowns and Kansas City took advantage of rusty quarterback play from Kyle Boller and Carson Palmer to beat Oakland. Boller became the first Raiders quarterback in 13 years to throw three interceptions in the first half, including Lewis’ 59-yard score on the first drive of the game for Oakland. Palmer relieved in the second half and threw three more interceptions.
Texans 41, Titans 7
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Arian Foster ran for 115 yards and two touchdowns and added 119 more receiving with a 78-yard TD as Houston took back the AFC South lead. The Texans snapped a two-game skid as Matt Schaub threw for 296 yards and two TDs, and Houston won for the second time in three years in the home of the team it replaced in Houston. Titans fans booed Chris Johnson as he was stopped early and often, finishing with 18 yards on 10 carries.
Browns 6, Seahawks 3
CLEVELAND — Phil Dawson converted two field goals of more than 50 yards and had two others blocked, but gave Cleveland a dull win. The Browns didn’t reach the end zone, but Dawson bailed them out with kicks of 52 and 53 yards, his first career game with two makes of more than 50. The Seahawks managed 137 yards of offense, and had the ball for only 17:04.
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