Notables: Inside the box scores and record books

Jets 31, Dolphins 28
» Jets have won six of last seven vs. Miami.
» Jets' Leon Washington: first career kickoff return for TD.
» Dolphins have lost six straight games dating to last season.
» Dolphins have lost nine of last 10 divisional games on the road.
» Dolphins' Ronnie Brown: Three straight 100-yard rushing games vs. Jets.
» Jets' Laveranues Coles: 10 career TDs vs. Miami.
» Jets' Thomas Jones: 110 yards rushing (had 109 in two games coming in); 17th career 100-yard game.

Ravens 26, Cardinals 23
» Ravens' Matt Stover: 13th career game-winning kick.
» Cardinals' Anquan Boldin: Career-high 14 receptions; 20th career 100-yard receiving game; third Cardinal to have 20 100-yard receiving games (Jackie Smith and Roy Green).
» Baltimore has won 12 of last 14 at home.
» Baltimore is 8-1 in last nine home games vs. NFC.
» All three of Arizona's games this season have been decided in the final 30 seconds.

Packers 31, Chargers 24
» Brett Favre had his second consecutive three-TD game; ties Dan Marino for most TD passes in NFL history (420).
» Favre's 60th career game with at least three TDs.
» Favre's 38th career game-winning drive in fourth quarter or overtime, including playoffs (second this season).
» Favre's 49th career 300-yard passing game.
» Favre completed passes to eight different receivers.
» Packers' Donald Driver: 18th career 100-yard game (36th career TD reception from Favre).
» Packers' Bubba Franks: 28th career TD reception from Favre.
» Packers' Greg Jennings also caught career TD pass No. 400 from Favre last September; Jennings now has four career TD receptions from Favre.
» Packers are 3-0 for the first time since 2001.
» Chargers' LaDainian Tomlinson had 62 yards rushing; now 130 on the season.
» Chargers' Antonio Gates: Third career game with at least 10 receptions; 10th 100-yard game.

Patriots 38, Bills 7
» New England scored 35 unanswered points after falling behind 7-3.
» Patriots' Randy Moss has five TD receptions this season, two more than all of last season.
» Moss is the first player in history to have three 100-yard receiving games in his first three games with a new team.
» Patriots are the second team in the Super Bowl era to win their first three games by at least 24 points (1996 Packers are the other).
» Patriots have scored 38 points in each of their first three games.
» Patriots' Tom Brady: 15th career 300-yard passing game; sixth career game with four touchdown passes.
» Brady: 10 TD, one INT this season (only 18 incompletions in 88 attempts).
» Buffalo has lost six consecutive games dating to last season.
» Bills' Marshawn Lynch has both his team's offensive touchdowns this year (both rushing).
» Buffalo was held under 200 yards for the second time this season (sixth time in last two seasons).

Colts 30, Texans 24
» Texans' Jerome Mathis: Third career kickoff return for TD (has all three in Texans history); first to open a game.
» Colts: Eighth straight win, including playoffs.
» Colts: 10-1 all-time vs. Texans.
» Colts: Third straight 3-0 start.
» Peyton Manning: 273 yards, TD; has 26 TD passes in 11 career games vs. Houston.
» Marvin Harrison: Six receptions, 53 yards; passes Cris Carter for fourth all-time in receiving yards -- now has 13,920.

Chiefs 13, Vikings 10
» Chiefs' Damon Huard: 7-0 career record in home starts.
» Vikings' Adrian Peterson: Two 100-yard rushing games in three career games.
» Chiefs' Larry Johnson: 140 rush yards, 0 TD this season.

Steelers 37, 49ers 16
» Steelers are 3-0 for the first time since 1992 (former coach Bill Cowher's first season).
» Steelers' Willie Parker: 133 yards rushing; Steelers are 15-1 when he rushes for 100 yards (fourth straight 100-yard game).
» Steelers have outscored opponents 97-26 this season.
» Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger is 11-1 vs. the NFC in his career (including the Super Bowl).
» Steelers have won 13 of their last 14 against the NFC (including the Super Bowl).
» Steelers' Allen Rossum: 98-yard kickoff return for TD; fourth career (first since 2002); tied for the third longest in Steelers history.

Tampa Bay 24, Rams 3
» Bucs' Earnest Graham: First career touchdowns in 44th career game.
» Rams' Isaac Bruce: Three receptions give him 901 in his career; seventh player to reach 900 receptions in NFL history.
» Rams 0-3 for first time since 2002.
» Rams offense: Two touchdowns in first three games.
» Rams: Outscored 51-9 in second half this season.

Philadelphia 56, Lions 21
» Eagles: Franchise record for points in first half (42).
» Eagles: 56 points tied for second-most in franchise history; Eagles scored 63 against the Cincinnati Reds in 1934.
» 56 points are most in an NFL game since the Bengals had 58 against the Browns on Nov. 28, 2004.
» 63 points combined in first half between the two teams is second most for first half in NFL history.
» Eagles gained 235 yards in the first quarter; 474 in first half.
» Eagles QB Donovan McNabb entered with 424 passing yards in two games and had 381, his 19th career 300-yard game; had ninth career game with four touchdown passes.
» Brian Westbrook and Kevin Curtis each scored three touchdowns in first half and are the first set of teammates in NFL history to have three TDs in a half.
» Westbrook had more than 100 yards rushing and receiving for the second time in his career (did it last year vs. Tampa Bay).
» Curtis had a career-high 221 receiving yards (before Sunday had only one 100-yard game).
» Curtis' 221 yards receiving are second most in a single game for the Ealges (trailing only Tommy McDonald's 237 in 1961).
» Eagles had nine sacks, their most since recording 11 in 1991.
» Lions QB Jon Kitna: Career-high 446 yards passing, a Lions franchise record.
» Kitna was sacked a career-high nine times.
» Lions most points allowed since allowing 59 in 1968 to the Cowboys in week 1.

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