Falcons wave bye-bye to the Eagles’ win-after-the-bye streak

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Falcons wave bye-bye to the Eagles’ win-after-the-bye streak

Steelers slow down RG3; New England wins in old England; Giants rally on Cowboys
Titus Young and the Lions spiked the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday in Detroit, thanks in large part to Young’s big game. The wide receiver finished the 28-24 victory with nine catches for 100 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning score with 20 seconds left in regulation.
Jonathan Dwyer and the circa-1934 Steelers lowered the boom on Perry Riley and the Washington Redskins on Sunday in Pittsburgh. Dwyer rushed for more than 100 yards in as many starts – his only two NFL starts – and the Steelers won 27-12.
Donald Brown and the Indianapolis Colts hurdled Michael Griffin and the Titans 19-13 in overtime Sunday in Nashville, Tenn. Brown rushed for a team-high 80 yards, and fellow running backs Delone Carter and Vick Ballard scored touchdowns, the latter the game-winning score in OT.
Anthony Fasano had one catch for four yards, but it was a touchdown catch – from the Miami Dolphins’ backup quarterback. Ryan Tannehill got injured early, and Matt Moore stepped up to lead the Dolphins to a 30-9 rout over the New York Jets on Sunday in East Rutherford, N.J.
Tight end Jason Witten caught 18 balls and was one of three Cowboys’ receivers to eclipse 100 yards, but Michael Boley and the New York Giants surrendered a 23-point lead, then regained their edge in a 29-24 victory Sunday afternoon at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
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Falcons wave bye-bye to the Eagles’ win-after-the-bye streak

Titus Young and the Lions spiked the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday in Detroit, thanks in large part to Young’s big game. The wide receiver finished the 28-24 victory with nine catches for 100 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning score with 20 seconds left in regulation.
Jonathan Dwyer and the circa-1934 Steelers lowered the boom on Perry Riley and the Washington Redskins on Sunday in Pittsburgh. Dwyer rushed for more than 100 yards in as many starts – his only two NFL starts – and the Steelers won 27-12.
Donald Brown and the Indianapolis Colts hurdled Michael Griffin and the Titans 19-13 in overtime Sunday in Nashville, Tenn. Brown rushed for a team-high 80 yards, and fellow running backs Delone Carter and Vick Ballard scored touchdowns, the latter the game-winning score in OT.
Anthony Fasano had one catch for four yards, but it was a touchdown catch – from the Miami Dolphins’ backup quarterback. Ryan Tannehill got injured early, and Matt Moore stepped up to lead the Dolphins to a 30-9 rout over the New York Jets on Sunday in East Rutherford, N.J.
Tight end Jason Witten caught 18 balls and was one of three Cowboys’ receivers to eclipse 100 yards, but Michael Boley and the New York Giants surrendered a 23-point lead, then regained their edge in a 29-24 victory Sunday afternoon at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
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