Eli Manning and Joe Flacco took turns playing the hero on a thrilling NFL Sunday, with Manning reprising his game-winning touchdown drive in the 2008 Super Bowl to beat Tom Brady and the Patriots, then Flacco answering his critics with a 92-yard march down the field against the Pittsburgh Steelers, throwing the game-winning touchdown pass with 10 seconds left. For Manning, it was sweet vindication after he came under fire for insisting earlier this season that he belonged in Brady's class, while Jeff Darlington writes that it might just be a turning point for the recently maligned Flacco.
Here's what else is on tap for Monday:
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