>>Rodgers Ties NFL Record As Packers Rout Bears
(Green Bay, WI) -- Aaron Rodgers threw six touchdown passes in the first half to tie an NFL record as the Packers blasted the Bears 55-14 on "Sunday Night Football" at Lambeau Field. Oakland's Daryle Lamonica was the last quarterback to have six TD tosses in a half back in 1969. Rodgers finished 18-of-27 for 315 yards and sat out most of the second half. Jordy Nelson had six catches for 152 yards and two TD's for the Packers, who improved to 6-and-3 on the season and 4-and-0 at home. Eddie Lacy ran for 50 yards and made three grabs for 68 yards and a score. Casey Hayward added an 82-yard interception return for a touchdown in the lopsided victory. Jay Cutler was 22-of-37 for 272 yards with one TD, two interceptions and a fumble for Chicago, which fell to 3-and-7. Brandon Marshall posted eight catches for 112 yards and a score in defeat.
Detroit Lions 20, Miami Dolphins 16
Dallas Cowboys 31, Jacksonville Jaguars 17
San Francisco 49ers 27, New Orleans Saints 24 OT
Baltimore Ravens 21, Tennessee Titans 7
New York Jets 20, Pittsburgh Steelers 13
Atlanta Falcons 27, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17
Kansas City Chiefs 17, Buffalo Bills 13
Denver Broncos 41, Oakland Raiders 17
Seattle Seahawks 38, New York Giants 17
>>Cardinals Roll Past Rams
(Glendale, AZ) -- The Cardinals scored 21 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to push past the Rams 31-14 at University of Phoenix Stadium. Carson Palmer tossed for 241 yards and an interception before leaving the game in the final quarter with a knee injury. Drew Stanton rifled a 48-yard touchdown to John Brown in his place. Andre Ellington punched in a three-yard score while Patrick Peterson and Antonio Cromartie both scored on defense as Arizona moved to 8-and-1 with its fifth straight win. Austin Davis went 17-of-30 for 216 yards and a TD while also throwing a pair of picks. Tre Mason ran for 48 yards on 14 carries while Benjamin Cunningham found the end zone in defeat. St. Louis dropped to 3-and-6 with the loss.
>>Panthers Play Eagles On "MNF"
(Philadelphia, PA) -- The scuffling Carolina Panthers are on the road for a "Monday Night Football" test against the streaking Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. Carolina is coming off a 28-10 home loss to New Orleans in the Thursday night game in Week Nine. It was the Panthers' third straight loss. Carolina is just 1-5-and-1 since starting the season 2-and-0. The Eagles tripped up the Texans 31-21 last weekend in Houston. Philadelphia leads the NFC East at 6-and-2. Quarterback Mark Sanchez makes the start for Philly after replacing the injured Nick Foles against Houston. Foles is out with a broken collarbone.