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Carson Palmer's 4-yard touchdown pass to Andrew Caldwell with 14 seconds remaining Sunday lifted the Cincinnati Bengals to a 23-20 win over Pittsburgh. The Bengals drove 71 yards in 16 plays for the go-ahead touchdown and followed it with a 2-point conversion pass from Palmer to Brian Leonard.
Matthew Stafford passed for a touchdown, Maurice Morris ran for another and Detroit ended its 19-game losing streak Sunday, beating Washington 19-14. The win was Detroit's first since December 2007.
Robbie Gould kicked a 44-yard field goal with 15 seconds to play Sunday, giving the Chicago Bears a 17-14 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Jay Cutler completed 27-of-38 passes for 236 yards and two touchdowns for the Bears (1-1). Cutler led a 97-yard drive that ended with a 6-yard scoring pass to Kellen Davis in the second quarter and hit Johnny Knox with a 7-yard TD toss in the fourth. Jeff Reed of the Steelers (1-1) missed two field goals, from 38 and 43 yards, in the fourth quarter....
A 56-yard touchdown run by DeAngelo Williams in the third quarter Sunday highlighted the Carolina Panthers' 30-10 win over Denver. The Panthers (11-3) own a two-game lead in the NFC South over Tampa Bay and Atlanta with two games remaining.
Ben Roethlisberger directed two third-period scoring drives in the snow Thursday to break open a close game and bring Pittsburgh a 27-10 win over Cincinnati.
If history is any indication, the Pittsburgh Steelers' smash-mouth 23-6 victory against the Washington Redskins on Monday night is a good omen for Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama and bad news for John McCain.
By Associated Press IRVING, Texas -- Jim Zorn will go down in history as the only Washington Redskins coach never to lose a regular-season game at Texas Stadium. Better yet, the Redskins are going into October as a legitimate contender in the NFC East.
By Steve Keating DETROIT (Reuters) - Big plays from Willie Parker and Hines Ward put a shine on a lackluster performance that was still strong enough for the Pittsburgh Steelers to beat the Seattle Seahawks 21-10 in Super Bowl XL on Sunday.
By Steve Keating DETROIT (Reuters) - Big plays from Willie Parker and Hines Ward put a shine on a lacklustre performance as the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Seattle Seahawks 21-10 in Super Bowl XL on Sunday to join a select group of NFL champions.
DETROIT (Reuters) - Halfback Willie Parker scampered 75 yards for the longest touchdown run from scrimmage in title game history to help lead the Pittsburgh Steelers to a 21-10 victory over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL on Sunday.
- A political dynamiter.