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-An interception in overtime by Ben Roethlisberger (above) dooms the Steelers in a 27-24 loss to the Cowboys.
-Welcome back Dan Rooney.
-Cowboys owner Jerry Jones didn't seem to mind the large amount of Steelers fans in Cowboys Stadium.
-According to ESPN, the Steelers are talking with Rashard Mendenhall about a contract extension.
-Knowshon Moreno (right, leaping Ravens safety Ed Reed) rushed for 118 yards and a touchdown to lead the Broncos past the Ravens, 34-17.
-Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith and running back Bernard Pierce each left the game due to concussions.
-The Steelers' loss clinched a playoff berth for the Ravens.
-Filling in for injured starting quarterback Robert Griffin III, Kirk Cousins threw for 329 yards and two touchdown to lead the Redskins past the Browns, 38-21.
-Matt Schaub threw for 261 yards and a touchdown for the Texans who beat the Colts, 29-17. The win clinched the AFC South title for Houston.
-Ryan Tannehill threw for 220 yards and two touchdown to lead the Dolphins past the Jaguars, 24-3.
-Sebastien Janikowski kicked five field goals for the Raiders in a 15-0 shutout of the rival Chiefs.
-The Chiefs placed wide receiver Dwayne Bowe (ribs) on injured reserve.
-Colin Kaepernick threw for 216 yards and four touchdowns for the 49ers in a wild 41-34 win against the Patriots.
-Cam Newton passed for 231 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Panthers past the Chargers, 31-7.
-Chargers running back Ryan Matthews suffered a broken clavicle.
-Russell Wilson (right) rushed for three touchdowns and passed for another score to lead the Seahawks to a 50-17 rout of the Bills in Toronto.
-The Seahawks re-signed former Penn State wide receiver Deon Butler.
-Matt Ryan threw for 270 and three touchdowns for the Falcons in a 34-0 shutout of the Falcons.
-Adrian Peterson ran for 212 yards and a touchdown for the Vikings who beat the Rams, 36-22.
-With two games remaining, Peterson is 294 yards short of breaking former Rams running back Eric Dickerson's single-season rushing record of 2,105 yards.
-Rams guard Harvey Dahl suffered a torn biceps.
-Aaron Rodgers threw for 291 yards and three touchdowns for the Packer who beat the rival Bears, 21-13. The win clinched the NFC North title for Green Bay.
-Drew Brees threw for 307 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Saints to a 41-0 rout of the Buccaneers.
-Beanie Wells rushed for 67 and three touchdowns for the Cardinals in a 38-10 thumping of the Lions.
-Stadiums around the NFL held moments of silence in honor of the shooting victims in Newtown, Conn.
-Neil Walker (right) is still recovering from a back ailment which ended his 2012 season.
-The Twins agreed to terms with former Mets pitcher Mike Pelfrey.
-Offense has sparked Robert Morris' recent hot streak.
-No. 10 Illinois got 17 points from Brandon Paul in a 66-53 defeat of Eastern Kentucky.
-Le'Bryan Nash had 19 points for No. 24 Oklahoma State which topped Central Arkansas, 91-63.
-Philippe Lefebvre had two goals and an assist for the Wheeling Nailers who defeated the Evansville IceMen, 7-5. Scott Zurevinski had two goals for Wheeling while teammates Luke Pither and Christiann Minella each collected a goal and an assist. Peter Delmas made 22 saves in the victory.
-“It feels like I’m not really a true Hurricane yet. I haven’t gone out on the ice and played in front of the fans and really feel part of that organization. It’s been a very long-awaited arrival and hopefully I can get in front of those fans soon." - Hurricanes forward and former Penguin Jordan Staal on the lockout. The Penguins traded Staal to the Hurricanes this past summer.
-Finalists for the Dapper Dan awards were announced.
(Photos: Roethlisberger-LM Otero/Associated Press; Moreno-Rob Carr/Getty Images; Wilson-Rick Stewart/Getty Images; Walker-Joe Sargent/Getty Images)
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