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Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians said he had confidence in kicker Chandler Catanzaro when he chose him over veteran Jay Feely back in August. But the rookie has surpassed his expectations.

Turnovers on defense and touchdowns on offense have been hard to come by for the Pittsburgh Steelers this season. Then came a magical 73 seconds late in the first half and both occurred relentlessly.

Trying to get Minnesota's secondary aligned right, Chad Greenway had his head turned as Buffalo quickly snapped the ball on a last-chance fourth-and-20.

The Kansas City Chiefs were such a mess in their season opener against the Tennessee Titans that they were quickly written off, their dramatic turnaround last season considered a fluke.

Linebacker Thomas Davis takes little solace in the fact the Carolina Panthers are still alone in first place in the NFC South.

Coordinator Hue Jackson was going over the Bengals' many offensive failures with a group of reporters in his office on Monday afternoon when there was a knock on the door.

Brett Keisel saw the ball drop into his 36-year-old hands, and the Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end started chugging toward the end zone.

Confident and in command, the Houston Texans appeared poised for the biggest win of Bill O'Brien's brief tenure.

The NFL is a passing league.

With fans at Heinz Field booing after a listless showing through most of the first half, the Steelers turned a game and maybe their season around with a stunning flurry of points at the end of the first half to beat the Houston Texans 30-23 tonight.

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