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-A 34-yard field goal by Shaun Suisham as time expired gave the Steelers a come back 16-14 win against the Eagles.
-Troy Polamalu (calf) and LaMarr Woodley (hamstring) each left the game with injuries.
-The Steelers will get a roster exemption when tight end Weslye Saunders returns from a suspension.
-Eagles quarterback Michael Vick had trouble hanging on to the ball.
-Justin Tucker kicked three field goals for the Ravens who held off the Chiefs, 9-6.
-Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel left the game due to a suspected concussion.
-Rushing touchdowns by Daniel Thomas and Reggie Bush led the Dolphins past the Bengals, 17-13.
-Bengals running back Bernard Scott left the game due to a knee injury.
-Eli Manning and Victor Cruz (right) connected on three touchdown passes for the Giants who beat the Browns, 41-27.
-Browns linebacker D'Qwell Jackson left the game due to a head injury.
-Reggie Wayne's touchdown reception with 35 seconds left gave the Colts an emotional 30-27 win against the Packers.
-Colts owner Robert Irsay gave the game ball to head coach Chuck Pagano who is hospitalized due to leukemia.
-Packers nose tackle B.J. Raji (ankle) and running back Cedric Benson (foot) each left the game due to injury.
-Percy Harvin rushed for a touchdown and caught a score as well for the Vikings who pounded the Titans, 30-7.
-Drew Brees (right) threw four touchdown passes for the Saints who held off the Chargers, 31-24.
-Brees broke Johnny Unitas' record for most consecutive games with a touchdown at 48.
-Two touchdown passes by Jay Cutler helped the Bears rout the Jaguars, 41-3.
-Steven Ridley ran for 151 yards and a touchdown for the Patriots who defeated the Broncos, 31-21.
-Alex Smith threw three touchdown passes for the 49ers who routed the Bills, 45-3.
-Two touchdown passes by Matt Ryan led the Falcons past the Redskins, 24-17.
-Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III left the game due to a concussion.
-Russel Wilson threw for 221 yards and a touchdown for the Seahawks who beat the Panthers, 16-12.
-West Virginia moves up to No. 5 in the Associated Press poll.
-The Mountaineers showed what they could do running the ball against Texas.
-Penn State's secondary has sparked its three-game winning streak.
-Assessing the Pirates 2012 season.
-An RBI sacrifice fly by former Pirates infielder and Mt. Lebanon/Point Park University product Don Kelly (right, with teammate Prince Fielder) gives the Tigers a 5-4 win against the Athletics in Game 2 of their American League Divisional Series. Detroit has a 2-0 series lead.
-C.C. Sabathia allowed two earned runs and recorded seven strikeouts in 8 2/3 innings for the Yankees who defeated the Orioles, 7-2, in Game 1 of their American League Divisional Series.
-Ex-Pirates pitcher Bronson Arroyo threw seven scoreless innings for the Reds who stomped the Giants, 9-0, in Game 2 of their National League Divisional Series. Cincinnati has a 2-0 series lead.
-Tyler Moore's two-run single in the eighth inning helped the Nationals top the Cardinals, 3-2, in Game 1 of their National League Divisional Series.
-Former Pirates manager Jim Tracy resigned as the Rockies' skipper.
-The Indians hired former Red Sox manager and New Brighton native Terry Francona as their new manager.
-Blue Jays all-star third baseman and former Pirate Jose Bautista took in yesterday's Steelers game:
-What does the lockout mean to prospects such as Scott Harrington and Olli Maatta?
-The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins finished the preseason with a 3-1 loss to the Hershey Bears.
-The NHL and NHLPA are expected to resume negotiations Wednesday and Thursday in New York.
-Flyers forward Jakub Voracek is expected to be sidelined four weeks following a knee injury he suffered while playing for HC Lev Praha of Russia's KHL.
-Red Wings defenseman Jonathan Ericsson (right) has joined Vita Hästen of Sweden's Division 1 league for the duration of the lockout.
-Predators forward Sergei Kostitsyn has joined Avangard Omsk of Russia's KHL for the duration of the lockout.
-A hat trick by Zach Hervato helped the Robert Morris men's team rout Wilfrid Laurier, 10-4, in an exhibition game.
-Celine Whitlinger made 40 saves for the Penn State women's team which fell to Vermont, 3-1.
-Mitch Kontny scored two goals for the Johnstown Tomahawks who defeated the Janesville Jets, 4-1.
-Pitt center Steven Adams took the long road to Oakland.
(Photos: Suisham-Justin K. Aller/Getty Images; Cruz-Elsa/Getty Images; Brees-Harry How/Getty Images; Kelly-Leon Halip/Getty Images; Ericsson-Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
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