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Pittsburgh Steelers running back Isaac Redman (33) dives for the winning touchdown during the fourth quarter of their NFL football game against the New York Giants, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, in East Rutherford, N.J. The Steelers won 24-20. (AP Photo/The Record of Bergen County, Tyson Trish) ONLINE OUT; MAGS OUT; TV OUT; INTERNET OUT;  NO ARCHIVING; MANDATORY CREDIT Show caption
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Isaac Redman (33) dives for the winning touchdown during the fourth quarter of their NFL football game against the New York Giants, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, in East Rutherford, N.J. The Steelers won 24-20. (AP Photo/The Record of Bergen County, Tyson Trish) ONLINE OUT; MAGS OUT; TV OUT; INTERNET OUT; NO ARCHIVING; MANDATORY CREDIT

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Isaac Redman ran for 147 yards, and scored the winning touchdown from a yard out with 4:02 remaining Sunday as the Pittsburgh Steelers rallied past the New York Giants, 24-20.

The Giants (6-3) couldn’t stop Redman or touchdowns of 51 yards for Mike Wallace and 4 yards for Emmanuel Sanders on passes from Ben Roethlisberger.

COLTS 23, DOLPHINS 20: In Indianapolis, Andrew Luck broke the NFL’s single-game rookie record by throwing for 433 yards in leading Indianapolis.

Luck was 30 of 48 with two TDs and broke Cam Newton’s previous mark of 422 yards set last season. And it came on the day coach Chuck Pagano returned to Lucas Oil Stadium for the first time since being diagnosed with leukemia.

Miami (4-4) got another strong performance from Ryan Tannehill, too. He went 22 of 38 for 290 yards with one TD.

PACKERS 31, CARDINALS 17: In Green Bay, Wis., Tom Crabtree had a 72-yard touchdown that was Green Bay’s longest of the season, and Randall Cobb added two scoring catches.

James Jones also had a touchdown reception for The Packers (6-3).

John Skelton was 23 of 46 for 306 yards but Arizona (4-5) lost its fifth straight.

TEXANS 21, BILLS 9: In Houston, Matt Schaub threw two touchdown passes and Arian Foster ran for 111 yards against Buffalo’s NFL-worst rushing defense.

Andre Johnson caught eight passes for 118 yards and Foster scored for the fifth straight game for Houston (7-1).

Mario Williams had a sack and five tackles in his return to Reliant Stadium after he signed with the Bills (3-5) in the offseason.

BEARS 51, TITANS 20: In Nashville, Tenn., Brian Urlacher became the latest Chicago defender to return an interception for a touchdown and Jay Cutler threw three TD passes to Brandon Marshall.

Cornerback Charles Tillman forced four fumbles and Chicago created five turnovers while winning its sixth in a row.

Tennessee’s lone highlight when Chris Johnson scored on an 80-yard run in the fourth quarter.

SEAHAWKS 30, VIKINGS 20: In Seattle, Marshawn Lynch ran for 124 yards and a touchdown, rookie QB Russell Wilson threw three first-half touchdowns.

Lynch ran for a 3-yard TD in the third quarter, while Wilson threw TD passes of 11 yards to Sidney Rice, and TDs of 6 and 11 yards to Golden Tate for the Seahawks (5-4).

Peterson (182 yards) and the Vikings (5-4) had 197 yards rushing in the first half, but only had 46 yards rushing in the second half. Quarterback Christian Ponder was 11 of 22 for 63 yards.

BRONCOS 31, BENGALS 23: In Cincinnati, Peyton Manning overcame a pair of interceptions by throwing three touchdown passes.

Former LSU standout Trindon Holliday also returned a kickoff a Broncos-record 105 yards for a touchdown.

RAVENS 25, BROWNS 15: In Cleveland, Joe Flacco threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Torrey Smith with 4:26 as Baltimore won its 11th straight game inside the AFC North.

Smith caught Flacco’s strike and spun away from cornerback Joe Haden as the Ravens (6-2) beat the Browns (2-7) for the 10th consecutive time.

Phil Dawson kicked five field goals for the Browns.

LIONS 31, JAGUARS 14: In Jacksonville, Fla., Mikel Leshoure ran for three touchdowns, Calvin Johnson got involved early and Detroit turned in its most complete victory of the season.

Leshoure finished with 70 yards rushing and scored on runs of 7, 1 and 8 yards.