NFL Recap – Week 7

San Francisco 49ers 13 - Seattle Seahawks 6
San Francisco 49ers 13 - Seattle Seahawks 6
The Thursday night game featured two NFC West rivals battling for control of the division. The 49ers relied on their strong defense and star running back to keep the Seahawks under 10 points. Frank Gore ran for 116 yards, and Alex Smith threw the game's only TD in the third quarter. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)
Tennessee Titans 35 - Buffalo Bills 34
Tennessee Titans 35 - Buffalo Bills 34
The Tennessee Titans' RB Chris Johnson had his breakout game against the Buffalo Bills, rushing for 195 yards and two touchdowns. However it fell to Matt Hasselbeck to rally his team for a fourth quarter comeback win. With 1:03 left to play, Hasselbeck connected with Nate Washington for a 15-yard game winning TD. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
Dallas Cowboys 19 - Carolina Panthers 14
Dallas Cowboys 19 - Carolina Panthers 14
The Dallas Cowboys continued their regular season dominance over the Carolina Panthers (1-5) with a 19-14 win. Tony Romo finally had a game in which he didn't throw an interception. Down by one in the fourth quarter, Romo drove his team to within range to kick the go-ahead field goal. The Cowboys now have to prepare Eli Manning and the New York Giants in Week 8. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
Houston Texans 43 - Baltimore Ravens 13
Houston Texans 43 - Baltimore Ravens 13
The Baltimore Ravens were embarrassed on both sides of the ball on Sunday. Without their defensive captain, Ray Lewis, the Ravens allowed the Texans to score 43 points. Joe Flacco threw two interceptions and was sacked four times. Both teams have a bye next week. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)
Indianapolis Colts 17 - Cleveland Browns 13
Indianapolis Colts 17 - Cleveland Browns 13
The Colts' Andrew Luck became the team's first QB since 1988 to run for two touchdowns in one game. And with those two touchdowns, he led the team to their third win of the season, which is one more than last year's total. The Browns fall to 1-6 and have an 11-game road losing streak. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
Minnesota Vikings 21 - Arizona Cardinals 14
Minnesota Vikings 21 - Arizona Cardinals 14
The Vikings survived an ugly second half with outstanding performances from Adrian Peterson and their front-line defense. Peterson ran for 153 yards and a touchdown, while the defense sacked the Cardinals' John Skelton seven times. After starting the season 4-0, the Cardinals have suffered three straight losses. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)
New York Giants 27 - Washington Redskins 23
New York Giants 27 - Washington Redskins 23
Sunday's NFC East matchup featured two of the league's top quarterbacks in RG3 and Eli Manning. In the fourth quarter, the Redskins' RG3 drove the team 77 yards for what seemed to be the game-winning touchdown. But you can never count out Eli and the Giants. Just two plays after the Redskins TD, Manning connected with Victor Cruz for a 77-yard touchdown pass. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers 30 - St Louis Rams 20
Green Bay Packers 30 - St Louis Rams 20
After his six-touchdown game last week, the Packers' Aaron Rodgers continued his scoring streak with three TD passes against the St. Louis Rams. Rodgers completed 30 of his 37 pass attempts for 342 yards. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
New Orleans Saints 35 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers 28
New Orleans Saints 35 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers 28
The New Orleans Saints welcomed back Johnathon Vilma from his "Bountygate" suspension; but this game was a battle of the quarterbacks. The Bucs' Josh Freeman threw for a career-high 420 yards and Vincent Jackson set a team record with 216 yards receiving. But Drew Brees extended his NFL record to 49 consecutive games with at least one TD pass, as the Saints earned just their second win of the season. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
New England Patriots 29 - New York Jets 26
New England Patriots 29 - New York Jets 26
With first place in the AFC East on the line, the Jets traveled to Foxboro to face Tom Brady and the Patriots' high-powered offense. Mark Sanchez kept the Jets close through four quarters. The Patriots won the coin flip in OT and drove down the field to kick a field goal. Then it was the Jets' turn with the ball. They started on their own 15-yard line, but Sanchez was sacked and fumbled the ball on the 40 to end the game. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
Oakland Raiders 26 - Jacksonville Jaguars 23
Oakland Raiders 26 - Jacksonville Jaguars 23
Trailing 17-6 after the first half, Carson Palmer and the Oakland Raiders rallied to tie the Jacksonville Jaguars by the end of regulation. On the opening possession of overtime, Blaine Gabbert connected with WR Cecil Shorts, but Shorts fumbled the ball and the Raiders recovered. Then kicker Sebastian Janikowski kicked a game-winning 40-yard field goal. (Photo by Jason O. Watson/Getty Images)
Pittsburgh Steelers 24 - Cincinnati Bengals 17
Pittsburgh Steelers 24 - Cincinnati Bengals 17
Sunday night's game featured two AFC North rivals looking to gain a game on the division-leading Baltimore Ravens. With their depleted running game, the Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger threw for 278 yards and one touchdown as the Steelers won 24-17. They improved their record to 3-3. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
Chicago Bears 13 - Detroit Lions 7
Chicago Bears 13 - Detroit Lions 7
The Bears' Jay Cutler threw for 150 yards and a TD in the first half, but battled a rib injury suffered in a second-quarter sack by Ndamukong Suh. Then it was up to Brian Urlacher and the Bears' defense to make a goal line stand and shutdown Matt Stafford and the Lions offense for a 13-7 win. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)
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