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-After struggling with the Chiefs, Todd Haley (right) is thriving with the Steelers.
-Michael Adams and Max Starks will have their hands full with the Chiefs' outside linebackers.
-The Steelers think Ben Roethlisberger is MVP material.
-The Chiefs could set an NFL record tonight against the Steelers. If they fail to take a lead at any time during the game, they will break the Buffalo Bisons' mark of eight games without a lead set in 1929.
-Kansas City placed defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey (calf) on injured reserve.
-Joe Flacco threw for 341 yards and four touchdowns to help the Ravens rout the Raiders, 55-20.
-The Raiders placed former Pitt/Woodland Hills cornerback Shawntae Spencer (foot) on injured reserve.
-Andy Dalton had 199 yards passing and four touchdown for the Bengals who beat the Giants, 31-13.
-Tom Brady threw for 237 and two touchdowns for the Patriots who held off the rival Bills, 37-31.
-Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez missed the game due to an ankle injury.
-Chris Johnson (right) had 126 yards rushing and one touchdown for the Titans who pounded the Dolphins, 37-3.
-Peyton Manning threw for 301 yards with a touchdown and led the Broncos past the Panthers, 36-14.
-Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil left the game due to a shoulder injury.
-Josh Freeman threw for 210 yards and two touchdown to lead the Buccaneers past the Chargers, 34-24.
-Buccaneers linebacker Quincy Black was carted off the field due to head and neck injuries.
-Marshawn Lynch rushed for 124 yards and a touchdown for the Seahawks who defeated the Jets, 28-7.
-Drew Brees threw for 298 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Saints past the rival Falcons, 31-27. The Falcons were the NFL's last remaining undefeated team.
-Arian Foster rushed for 102 yards and had a receiving touchdown for the Texans who held off the Bears, 13-6.
-Houston tight end Owen Daniels missed the game due to a back injury.
-Texans assistant head coach/defensive line coach Bill Kollar was hopsitalized prior to the game due to blood clots.
-Bears quarterback Jay Cutler left the game due to a concussion.
-Tony Romo had 209 yards passing and a touchdown for the Cowboys who beat the rival Eagles, 38-23.
-Cowboys defensive end Kenyon Coleman left the game due to a triceps injury.
-Eagles quarterback Michael Vick left the game due to a concussion.
-Adrian Peterson (right) rushed for 171 yards and a touchdown for the Vikings in a 34-24 defeat of the rival Lions.
-Sam Bradford had 275 yards passing and two touchdowns for the Rams in a 24-24 tie with the 49ers.
-49ers quarterbacker Alex Smith left the game due to a concussion.
-Zach Zwinak has been carrying Penn State's running game.
-A four-game losing streak has changed expectations for West Virginia.
-Kansas State and Oregon are No. 1 and 2 respectively in the BCS.
-Oregon moves up to No. 1 in the Associated Press poll.
-Sean Johnson had 21 points for Duquesne which lost to Georgetown, 61-55. Derrick Colter (right), added seven points for the Dukes.
-Robert Morris takes on Lehigh All-American guard C.J. McCollum tonight.
-No. 2 Louisville beat Manhattan, 79-51.
-No. 4 Ohio State defeated Albany, 80-62.
-On the deck of the U.S.S. Midway, No. 9 Syracuse topped No. 20 San Diego State, 62-49.
-No. 10 Florida pounded Alabama State, 84-35.
-No. 11 North Carolina routed Florida Atlantic, 80-56.
-No. 12 Arizona held off Charleston Southern, 82-73.
-No. 19 Baylor defeated Jackson State, 78-47.
-No. 23 Wisconsin thumped Southeastern Louisiana, 87-47.
-No. 24 Cincinnati beat Tennessee Martin, 80-57.
-The lockout. Still a thing.
-“‘We’re past the point of give and take.’ That’s what I was told Gary said when I was out of the meeting.” - NHLPA deputy commissioner Donald Fehr on negotiations with NHL commissioner Gary Bettman yesterday.
-Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins defenseman Joey Mormina is raising funds to combat prostate cancer.
-Rangers forward Derek Stepan has joined KalPa of Finland's SM-liiga.
-Former Canucks/Panthers/Rangers forward Pavel Bure, Red Wings/Blues/Bruins/Capitals/Flyers/Mighty Ducks/Oilers forward Adam Oates, Nordiques/Avalanche forward Joe Sakic and Nordiques/Maple Leafs/Canucks forward Joe Sakic will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame tonight. Media being inducted include Sabres broadcaster Rick Jeanneret and Globe and Mail writer Roy MacGregor.
-The Lakers hired former Suns/Knicks head coach Mike D'Antoni.
(Photos: Haley-Jamie Squire/Getty Images; Johnson-Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images; Peterson-Andy King/Getty Images; Colter-Richard Lipski/Associated Press; Burrows-Penguins Hockey Cards)
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