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NFL Today, Week 11

Sunday - 11/17/2013, 11:50pm  ET

The Associated Press

SCOREBOARD

Monday, Nov. 18

New England (7-2) at Carolina (6-3), 8:40 p.m. EST. Tom Brady is 13-4 in Monday night games with 41 TD passes and 14 INTs, and New England is 84-21 in the second half of the regular season since Bill Belichick became coach in 2000. Cam Newton and the surging Panthers have won five straight.

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STARS

Passing

--Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers, passed for 367 yards and four touchdowns, including two in the final 5 minutes as Pittsburgh rallied to beat Detroit 37-27.

--Carson Palmer, Cardinals, was 30 of 42 for 419 yards and two touchdowns, and did not throw an interception for the first time this year in a 27-14 win at Jacksonville.

--Matthew Stafford, Lions, threw for 362 yards with two touchdowns and an interception in Detroit's 37-27 loss to Pittsburgh, surpassing Bobby Layne's team record for career passing yards in the process.

--Drew Brees, Saints, completed 30 of 43 passes for 305 yards and a TD in New Orleans' 23-20 win over San Francisco.

--Matt McGloin, Raiders, threw three touchdown passes in his first NFL start as Oakland topped Houston 28-23.

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Rushing

--Bobby Rainey, Buccaneers, rushed for 163 yards and scored three touchdowns to help Tampa Bay dominate Atlanta 41-28.

--Rashad Jennings, Raiders, had 150 yards rushing, including a career-best 80-yard touchdown, in Oakland's 28-23 win at Houston.

--Ray Rice, Ravens, ran for 131 yards on 25 carries in Baltimore's 23-20 overtime loss at Chicago.

--Ryan Mathews, Chargers, ran for 127 yards, including a career-best 51-yard dash, in San Diego's 20-16 loss at Miami.

--Chris Ivory, Jets, ran for 98 yards and a touchdown on just 15 carries in New York's 37-14 loss at Buffalo.

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Receiving

--Michael Floyd, Cardinals, had six catches for a career-best 193 yards, including a 91-yard score, after being listed as questionable because of a shoulder injury, in Arizona's 27-14 win at Jacksonville.

--Calvin Johnson, Lions, had six catches for 179 yards and two TDs in a 37-27 loss at Pittsburgh.

--Vincent Jackson, Buccaneers, caught 10 passes for 165 yards and a touchdown in a 41-28 win over Atlanta.

--Antonio Brown, Steelers, caught seven passes for 147 yards and two TDs in Pittsburgh's 37-27 win over Detroit.

--Garrett Graham, Texans, had seven receptions for 136 yards and a TD in Houston's 28-23 loss to Oakland.

--Harry Douglas, Falcons, had six catches for 134 yards and a touchdown in Atlanta's 41-28 loss at Tampa Bay.

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Special Teams

--Robbie Gould, Bears, kicked a 38-yard field goal in overtime to lift Chicago to a 23-20 victory over Baltimore in a game delayed about two hours by a torrential downpour.

--Tony Dye, Bengals, returned Jayson DiManche's blocked punt 24 yards for a touchdown in Cincinnati's 41-20 victory over Cleveland, which hadn't had a punt blocked in 20 years.

--Garrett Hartley, Saints, kicked a 31-yard field goal as time expired to lead New Orleans past the San Francisco 49ers 23-20.

--Mason Crosby, Packers, kicked a 57-yard field goal in a 27-13 loss, the longest ever against the Giants and the second-longest in Green Bay history to his own 58 yarder at Minnesota in 2011.

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Defense

--Da'Norris Searcy, Bills, returned one of Geno Smith's three interceptions 32 yards for a touchdown as Buffalo cruised past the New York Jets 37-14.

--Mason Foster, Buccaneers, had a 37-yard interception return for a score as Tampa Bay topped Atlanta 41-28.

--Vontaze Burfict, Bengals, returned a fumble 13 yards for a touchdown and also had 15 tackles, including 10 solo, in Cincinnati's 41-20 win over Cleveland.

--Jason Pierre-Paul, Giants, scored on a spectacular, leaping 24-yard fourth-quarter interception return and resurgent New York won 27-13 over Green Bay.

--Gerald McCoy, Buccaneers, had three sacks in Tampa Bay's 41-28 win against Atlanta.

--Joe Haden, Browns, had two interceptions, including one he returned 29 yards for a TD in Cleveland's 41-20 loss to Cincinnati.

--David Bass, Bears, returned an interception 24 yards for a score in Chicago's 23-20 overtime win over Baltimore.

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STREAKS & STATS

Seattle won its franchise-record 13th straight home game, beating Minnesota 41-20 on Sunday. ... The Jets' Nick Folk missed his first field-goal attempt of the season after a 48-yarder sailed wide right in New York's 37-14 loss at Buffalo, ending his consecutive streak at 23 straight -- one short of matching the franchise record set by Jay Feely from 2008-09. ... Detroit's 27-point second quarter in a 37-27 loss at Pittsburgh was a franchise record for most points in that quarter. ... Philadelphia snapped a 10-game skid at Lincoln Financial Field with a 24-16 victory over the Washington Redskins, the Eagles' first home win in 413 days since defeating the New York Giants on Sept. 30, 2012. ... Cincinnati's 41-20 victory over Cleveland was the most lopsided game in the intrastate series since the Bengals' 30-0 road win in 2006. The Bengals' 31-point second quarter was a franchise record for any quarter, and matched the second-most allowed by the Browns in one quarter. They hadn't done it since they gave up 31 in the second quarter at Houston on Dec. 9, 1990. The club record is 35 points allowed in the first quarter of a 35-7 loss at Green Bay in 1967. ... Arizona won its third straight with a 27-14 win at Jacksonville, and it won twice in Florida in the same season for the first time in franchise history. The Cardinals topped Tampa Bay 13-10 in September. ... With its 20-16 defeat, San Diego has lost seven in a row in Miami since its memorable 41-38 overtime playoff victory in January 1982. ... Green Bay has lost three straight, the Packers' longest skid since a five-game losing streak near the end of 2008.

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