Ben Roethlisberger connected on a career-high four touchdown passes as Pittsburgh
blitzed Cleveland 34-7. The game marked the coaching debut of new Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin. He replaced Bill Cowher, who stepped down at the end of last season. For the game Roethlisbergerwas 12-of-23 for 161 yards.
Browns coach Romeo Crennel benched starting quarterback Charlie Frye in the first half after completing four of 10 passes.
Replacement Derek Anderson didn't do much better so there were quite a few chants from the Cleveland fans for rookie QB Brady Quinn. He didn't get any playing time.
Cleveland has lost eight straight to the Steelers and 14 of the last 15 games they've played.
Packers 16/Eagles 13
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Rookie Mason Crosby kicked a game-winning 42-yard field goal with two seconds left as the Green Bay Packers
beat Philadelphia 16-13. A fumble by Philadelphia's J.R. Reed on a punt with 59 seconds left in the game gave the Packers the ball on the Eagles 31-yard line.
Brett Favre then took over and with two plays set up Crosby. The win was Favre's 148th as a starting quarterback and
that ties him with John Elway for the most in NFL history. The come from behind win also marks the 37th time Favre has led his team to a win after a fourth-quarter tie or deficit.
Philadelphia's Donovan McNabb finished the 15-of-33 for 184
yards and a touchdown.