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>>Bears Blast Jaguars

(Jacksonville, FL)  --  Brandon Marshall had 12 catches for 144 yards and a touchdown as the Bears blew out the Jaguars, 41-3.  Jay Cuter tossed for 292 yards, two touchdowns and an interception for Chicago, which moved to 4-and-1.  The Bears' defense scored twice via an interception.  Charles Tillman and Lance Briggs each took a pick to the house, becoming the first set of teammates to do so in consecutive games in NFL history.  Blaine Gabbert threw for 142 yards and the two picks in defeat.  Maurice Jones-Drew was held to 56 yards on 12 carries for Jacksonville, which dropped to 1-and-4.

>>Colts Come Back To Stun Packers

(Indianapolis, IN)  --  Reggie Wayne's four-yard touchdown grab with 39 seconds left gave the Colts a stunning 30-27 win over the Packers.  Luck threw for 362 yards, two scores and an interception for the Colts, who erased a 21-3 halftime deficit to improve to 2-and-2.  Wayne had 13 catches for 212 yards and two touchdowns for Indianapolis, which played for the first time without head coach Chuck Pagano.  Pagano is battling leukemia.  Aaron Rodgers passed for 243 yards, three touchdowns and an interception for the Packers, who fell to 2-and-3.  James Jones had two touchdown catches in the loss.  Mason Crosby had a chance to force overtime, but his 51-yard field goal with eight seconds to go went wide left.

Atlanta Falcons 24, Washington Redskins 17
Pittsburgh Steelers 16, Philadelphia Eagles 14
New York Giants 41, Cleveland Browns 27
Miami Dolphins 17, Cincinnati Bengals 13
Baltimore Ravens 9, Kansas City Chiefs 6
Seattle Seahawks 16, Carolina Panthers12
New England Patriots 31, Denver Broncos 21
San Francisco 49ers 45, Buffalo Bills 3
Minnesota Vikings 30, Tennessee Titans 7
New Orleans Saints 31, San Diego Chargers 24

>>Colts Deliver Game Ball To Ill Coach

(Indianapolis, IN)  --  The Indianapolis Colts went the extra mile following Sunday's surprising 30-27 win over the Green Bay Packers.  Team owner Jim Irsay visited the Simon Cancer Center after the victory to deliver the game ball to ailing head coach Chuck Pagano [[ puh-GAH-noh ]], who is battling leukemia.  Pagano was diagnosed with the treatable form of the disease early last week and will continue to undergo treatment in the coming weeks.  Irsay, along with interim head coach Bruce Arians, spoke to the team following the victory and dedicated the triumph to their coach.  Pagano is expected to miss six-to-eight weeks as he battles the disease.

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