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Martin's 51 pts in ESPN standard scoring ties C Dillon for 3rd highest all time in Internet era ('95 on). Portis (54) & Alexander (52) more— Matthew Berry (@MatthewBerryTMR) November 5, 2012
Bucs finish the job.
Huge win for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Eli and the Giants never got it going.
Doug Martin scores his team-record 4th rushing touchdown on the day.
It's hard to believe that Carson Palmer threw a terrible interception to lose the game until you remember that it's Carson Palmer.— SportsNation (@SportsNation) November 5, 2012
Carson Palmer just Carson Palmered.— Bill Simmons (@sportsguy33) November 5, 2012
Carson Palmer is picked off by Ahmad Black and that should do it for Oakland.
Both games coming down to the wire right now.
Raiders defense holds and forces a punt with 2:53 remaining in the 4th quarter down by 3 points.— OAKLAND RAIDERS (@RAIDERS) November 5, 2012
Fantasy update: Raiders QB Carson Palmer has over 400 yards and 4 touchdowns on the day.
Touchdown Raiders! Carson Palmer hits FB Marcel Reece for a 13-yard score. Palmer to Juron Criner for the two-point conversion and it's a 3-point game.
Isaac Redman rumbles into the end zone and the Steelers take the lead late. It's Eli's turn...
Seahawks top the Vikings in Seattle.
LeGarrette Blount muffs the handoff and the Raiders recover, down 11.
Raiders TE Brandon Myers with his 2nd touchdown of the day. Still plenty of time for Doug Martin to get the single-game rushing record.
Suisham took off early at the snap, Giants read it. Lotsa time left, but that's a home-team play, but on on the road?— Steelers RReports (@CBSSteelers) November 5, 2012
Gutsy call by Mike Tomlin. On 4th and 1, Steelers fake the FG and Giants sniff it out.
Doug Martin is 52 yards away from tying Adrian Peterson's single game rushing record of 296 yards.— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 4, 2012
Mike Wallace turns on the burners for a 51-yard touchdown. It's a 3-point game in New York.
The Muscle Hamster is LOOSE in Oakland!— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 4, 2012
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