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NFL SUNDAY LIVE

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In separate games, NFC East rivals Eli Manning and Tony Romo are lighting it up:

  • Romo: 17-of-18, 208 yards, 4 TD
  • Manning: 19-of-21, 225 yards, 2 TD
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Tony Romo's 15th consecutive completion goes for 25 yards down the middle to Jason Witten for Romo's 4th passing TD of the day. The Cowboys are now up 35-0 on the Colts with under 5 minutes left in the third quarter.

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Tampa Bay coach Lovie Smith on Packers fans filling the Bucs' stadium with green jerseys: "They've taken it over before. We'll have our day."

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Bears TE Martellus Bennett appreciated the effort in Sunday's loss: "I felt guys brought it a little bit more today. Overall, I think everybody's playing hard. Guys are playing hard until the end of the game. That's all you can ask for."

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Officials with Tampa Fire Rescue say seven people have been taken to the hospital with minor injuries after a lightning strike in a parking lot near Raymond James Stadium. Spokesman Jason Penny says it doesn't appear that anyone was directly struck by the lightning.

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Dolphins historic safety

According to Elias, the Dolphins' game-winning safety with 41 seconds left against the Vikings was the first go-ahead safety in the final minute of the fourth quarter in NFL history.

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Tony Romo ended the first half 13-of-14, completing the last 11 passes he threw -- a streak that included all 3 of his touchdowns.

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DeMarco Murray has six rushes from the 1-yard line this season and has scored on all of them for a league-high 6 TD. Thanks in part to Murray's 1-yard score today, the Cowboys lead the Colts 28-0 at halftime.

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Eli Manning was 16-of-18 in the first half, the highest first-half completion percentage of his career (88.9 percent), resulting in 200 passing yards and a TD. Giants 20, Rams 13.

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"Words really can't describe the feeling around this place."

Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell after Pittsburgh clinched a playoff berth with a win over the Chiefs.

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