>>Peterson Runs Cardinals Past Rams In OT
(Glendale, AZ) -- Patrick Peterson's electrifying 99-yard punt return for a touchdown gave the Cardinals a 19-13 overtime victory over the Rams. The Cards blocked a Josh Brown field goal attempt as time expired to send the game to OT and moments earlier had scored the first touchdown of the contest when Larry Fitzgerald caught a 13-yard strike from John Skelton. Skelton finished the day with 222 yards on 20-of-35 passing, while Jay Feely kicked a pair of field goals as Arizona upped its mark to 2-and-6. Despite having the potential game-winner blocked, Brown connected on three field goals and the St. Louis defense provided two safeties in the loss. Steven Jackson rumbled for 130 yards on 29 carries, while Sam Bradford returned from a high ankle sprain to throw for 255 yards and an interception as the Rams fell to 1-and-7.
>>Bears Battle Eagles On "Monday Night Football"
(Philadelphia, PA) -- The Chicago Bears head to The City of Brotherly Love to battle the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on "Monday Night Football." The Eagles have won back-to-back games on the heels of a four-game slide to sit at 3-and-4 on the season. Philadelphia leaned on running back LeSean McCoy, who rumbled for 185 yards on 30 carries with two touchdowns in a 34-7 victory over NFC East rival Dallas in Week Eight. Chicago is coming off its bye. The Bears topped Tampa Bay, 24-18, in Week Seven at Wembley Stadium in London to up their mark to 4-and-3. Matt Forte continued his impressive campaign with 145 yards and a score via the ground on 25 carries as the "Monsters of the Midway" won for the third time in four games. Chicago beat Philly, 31-26, last season at Soldier Field.
Dallas Cowboys 23, Seattle Seahawks 13
Miami Dolphins 31, Kansas City Chiefs 3
New Orleans Saints 27, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 16
San Francisco 49ers 19, Washington Redskins 11
Houston Texans 30, Cleveland Browns 12
New York Jets 27, Buffalo Bills 11
Atlanta Falcons 31, Indianapolis Colts 7
Denver Broncos 38, Oakland Raiders 24
Cincinnati Bengals 24, Tennessee Titans 17
Green Bay Packers 45, San Diego Chargers 38
Arizona Cardinals 19, St. Louis Rams 13 (OT)
New York Giants 24, New England Patriots 20
Baltimore Ravens 23, Pittsburgh Steelers 20