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Game balls: Who starred in Week 12

Colts quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, who is now 4-0 as a starter this season, and Chiefs wide receiver Jeremy Maclin are among Sunday's top performers.

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Maclin on turnaround: I got back to the basics (0:44)
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Brady-Manning: What we'll miss about their classic matchup

Tom Brady and Peyton Manning have played 16 times since 2001. But as Geoffrey Chaucer penned, 'All good things must come to an end.' With Manning out Sunday and his career in doubt because of injuries, here are a few things we'll miss about their matchup.

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Seahawks capitalize on another Steeler TO

Ben Roethlisberger threw his first INT of the day (second for Pittsburgh) and Seattle rode Jimmy Graham and Thomas Rawls to the end zone. The Seahawks missed the extra point though and trail 21-20 in the third. Follow live


Jeremy Fowler ESPN Senior NFL Writer 

A defensive lineman interception, a ridiculous Jimmy Graham catch, a Thomas Rawls touchdown and a missed extra point -- all within less than a minute of play.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

This is as close as I could get, but here is Peyton Manning -- in hat -- arriving to stadium Sunday night. He will spend game on sideline or in coaches' booth.

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Jimmy Graham, what a catch! He makes a bobbling, circus catch at the 1-yard line, after which Thomas Rawls punches it in for the TD.

OBJ makes another mind-blowing catch

This diving, one-handed TD grab might be the second most famous catch in Odell Beckham Jr.'s career, but it was still pretty darn good.


Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Kendall Wright on the fourth-down holding call against Titans CB BW Webb that let the Raiders keep the ball and go win the game: "We were getting held all day. They just decided to call that one."

Watch: 103rd Grey Cup championship

The Ottawa Redblacks will take on the Edmonton Eskimos in the CFL's championship game. The two teams both made remarkable turnarounds, after combining to win just six games a year ago. Live on ESPNEWS, WatchESPN

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Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Arizona Cardinals lost CB Jerraud Powers (calf), RB Chris Johnson (knee) and RB Andre Ellington (foot) to injuries in the third quarter.

Niners containing Cards, tie game

Blaine Gabbert underthrew Torrey Smith a bit, but it still translated into a 41-yard gain and set up San Francisco's second FG of the day, tying Arizona at 13-13 through three quarters. Follow live

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Check out this stat: The Dolphins' run-to-pass ratio today was 58-to-9. Whoa!

Niners find end zone for first time today

Blaine Gabbert found TE Vance Johnson in the end zone for the 8-yard TD as San Francisco has made it a one possession game again in the third quarter. Follow live

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Senior NFL Writer 

Markus Wheaton hasn't been a focal point to the Steelers offense all season but now has his first career 100-yard game - with 103 yards at the half. Also, the Steelers have tied a single-season record with their sixth 2-point conversion on the season.

Winston says Bucs will bounce back

Jameis Winston says he is disappointed in the loss to the Colts, but not where his team is at since they've been in this situation before.


Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers head coach Mike McCoy on addressing reporters for the first time since Week 4 after a win: "It's nice to smile every once in a while again, isn't it? It's always nice to smile in here. It's been a long time."

Steelers push through TD pair

DeAngelo Williams pinballed in for a second rush TD and Pittsburgh secured the 2-point conversion as the Steelers take an 18-14 lead into the half. Halftime stats


Rams' Fisher lashes out after loss

After the Rams dropped their fourth consecutive game in 31-7 blowout fashion to the Bengals, coach Jeff Fisher made it clear that their effort should not be in question. "Anyone implies that it's an effort issue, they can kiss my ass," Fisher said.

Gruden: Need to play better on the road

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said the biggest reason for his team's win was due to the lack of turnovers and he wants that to carry into next week.


Todd Gurley on Mark Richt firing

The former Georgia RB said: "That hurt. That definitely hurts. I heard that before the game. I'm kind of pissed off. He's just a great dude, great coach. Man, and I just hate to see that happen."

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Steelers have been in position to score on four straight drives. Two TDs, one FG and the INT on the special-teams trick play.