Andrew Luck, Colts, was 30 of 48 for an NFL rookie record of 433 yards and added two touchdown passes in Indianapolis 23-20 win over Miami. Luck has four 300-yard passing games, tied with Peyton Manning (1998) for the most by a rookie in a season.
Peyton Manning, Broncos, finished 27 of 35 for 291 yards with three TD passes and two interceptions in Denvers 31-23 victory over Cincinnati. Denver trailed 20-17 in the fourth quarter before Manning threw two touchdown passes to put the Broncos ahead for good. It marked Mannings 48th winning drive in the fourth quarter or overtime, passing Hall of Famer Dan Marino (47) for the most in the NFL since 1970.
Jay Cutler, Bears, was 19 of 26 for 229 yards with three touchdowns in Chicagos 51-20 win over Tennessee.
Matt Schaub, Texans, was 19 of 27 for 268 yards with two touchdowns in Houstons 21-9 victory over Buffalo.
Ryan Tannehill, Dolphins, finished 22 of 38 for 290 yards and a touchdown in Miamis 23-20 loss to Indianapolis.
Doug Martin, Buccaneers, had 25 carries for 251 yards and four touchdowns in Tampa Bays 42-32 win over Oakland. Martin joins Denvers Mike Anderson (Dec. 3, 2000) as the only players in NFL history to rush for at least 250 yards and four touchdowns in a game. Martin had TD runs of 70, 67, 1 and 45 yards in the victory. The rookie is the first player in NFL history with touchdowns rushing of at least 70, 65 and 45 yards in a game.
Adrian Peterson, Vikings, had 17 carries for 182 yards with two touchdowns in Minnesotas 30-20 loss to Seattle.
Isaac Redman, Steelers, finished with 26 carries for 147 yards and a touchdown in Pittsburghs 24-20 win over the New York Giants.
Brandon Marshall, Bears, had nine catches for 122 yards and three touchdowns in Chicagos 51-20 win over Tennessee.
Calvin Johnson, Lions, had seven catches for 129 yards in Detroits 31-14 win over Jacksonville.
Andre Johnson, Texans, had eight catches for 118 yards in Houstons 21-9 win over Buffalo.
Michael Boley, Giants, returned a fumble 70 yards for a touchdown in New Yorks 24-20 loss to Pittsburgh.
Brian Urlacher and Charles Tillman, Bears. Urlacher returned an interception 46 yards for a touchdown, and Tillman had four forced fumbles in Chicagos 51-20 win over Tennessee.
Von Miller, Broncos, had three sacks in Denvers 31-23 win over Cincinnati.
Trindon Holliday, Broncos, returned a kickoff 105 yards for a touchdown in Denvers 31-23 win over Cincinnati.
Corey Wootton, Bears, returned a blocked punt 5 yards for a touchdown in Chicagos 51-20 win over Tennessee.
Oakland running back Darren McFadden left the field shortly before halftime because of an ankle injury, the latest setback for the Raiders top rusher. X-rays on McFadden were negative. Oakland coach Dennis Allen didnt say which ankle was hurt and didnt provide additional information. Earlier in the game, Raiders defensive tackle Desmond Bryant was taken to a hospital because of a fast heartbeat. No further details were announced. ... Green Bay linebacker Clay Matthews, Pittsburgh receiver Antonio Brown and Washington wide receiver Santana Moss were among other players who left early. Matthews hurt his hamstring after a failed sack, and Packers receiver Jordy Nelson injured his ankle. Brown, the Steelers top receiver, left in the first half with a left ankle sprain. Moss had a concussion.
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His presence is felt every day in the facility. But to see him in the flesh, in the locker room, to hear him speak I think gave all the guys a boost. Colts quarterback Andrew Luck on coach Chuck Pagano after Sundays 23-20 win over the Dolphins.