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NFL Week 11: Buffalo Bills, Steve Johnson fly past Cincinnati

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Bills 49, Bengals 31
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, 21-34, 316 yds., 4 TD
Buffalo (2-8) rallied from a 31-14 halftime deficit to win its second straight game. Fitzpatrick and third-year receiver Steve Johnson dissected Cincinnati (2-8), connecting eight times for 137 yards and three touchdowns.

Packers 31, Vikings 3
QB Aaron Rodgers, 22-31, 301 yds., 4 TD
Minnesota (3-7) opened the scoring with Ryan Longwell’s 24-yard field goal in the first quarter, but Green Bay (7-3) responded with 31 unanswered points. Greg Jennings connected with Rodgers seven times for 152 yards and three touchdowns.

Cowboys 35, Lions 19
QB Jon Kitna, 18-24, 147 yds., 3 TD; 4 carries, 40 rush yds., TD
Kitna accounted for four touchdowns and Dallas (3-7) is undefeated under interim coach Jason Garrett. Detroit (2-8), down only 21-19 to start the fourth, allowed two more Cowboys touchdowns, including Kitna’s 29-yard run.

Ravens 37, Panthers 13
QB Joe Flacco, 24-33, 301 yds., TD
Baltimore (7-3) started its scoring with a 56-yard bomb to T.J. Houshmandzadeh and never looked back. Journeyman quarterback Brian St. Pierre started for Carolina (1-9) and hit rookie David Gettis for an 88-yard TD, but was picked twice for scores in the fourth.

Jaguars 24, Browns 20
RB Maurice Jones-Drew, 24 rush, 132 yds., TD; 3 rec., 87 yds.
Jacksonville improved to 6-4 when Jones-Drew burrowed one yard into the end zone for the game-winning touchdown. Cleveland (3-7) nabbed three picks and scored on Abram Elam’s 18-yard fumble return, but struggled offensively.

Chiefs 31, Cardinals 13
WR Dwayne Bowe, 6 rec., 109 yds., 2 TD
Thomas Jones punched into the end zone for two touchdowns, and Kansas City (6-4) leapt into first place in the AFC West. Arizona (3-7) added a meaningless touchdown when Derek Anderson (25-46, 295 yds., TD) hit Larry Fitzgerald with no time remaining.

Steelers 35, Raiders 3
LB James Harrison, 5 tackles, 2 sacks, INT, forced fumble
Ben Roethlisberger threw three touchdowns and rushed for another as Pittsburgh (7-3) dominated Oakland (5-5) on all fronts. The Raiders turned to Bruce Gradkowski after Jason Campbell tossed a pick and fumbled twice.

Redskins 19, Titans 16, OT
WR Santana Moss, 6 rec., 106 yds., TD
Washington (5-5) didn’t allow an offensive touchdown and snapped a two-game losing streak after exchanging field goals with Tennessee (5-5). Redskins kicker Graham Gano booted the 48-yard game winner with 8:17 remaining.

Other Scores:
Bears 16, Dolphins 0, Thursday
Atlanta at St. Louis
Seattle at New Orleans
Tampa Bay at San Francisco
Indianapolis at New England


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