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Peyton Manning leads Colts back to the top of the AFC South with win

Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts got their inconsistent offense rolling Monday night with a 30-17 win over a team that beat them earlier in the season, the Houston Texans.

Manning threw for two touchdowns and Mike Hart ran for a career-high 84 yards, Jacob Tamme scored his first NFL touchdown. Manning was 26 of 45 for 268 yards.

Peyton Manning (file photo)

The 5-2 Colts have won three straight games have vaulted themselves into sole possession of first place in the AFC South Division for the first time in 2010. The defending American Football Conference champions evened the series with Houston (4-3) despite playing on offense without tight end Dallas Clark, wide receiver Austin Collie and running back Joseph Addai.

The Colts built a 17-3 halftime lead and held off the stubborn Texans who play everybody tough.

Texans talented quarterback Matt Schaub struggled for most of the game, finishing up 22 of 38 for 201 yards with one touchdown and one interception.

compiled from staff, Indianpolis Colts & NFL news

Bengals News: sign Murray off practice squad; blackout avoided for Dolphins game

Rico Murray (file photo)

**The Cincinnati Bengals have signed safety Rico Murray to their active roster from the practice squad.

The former Kent State star played in four games for Cincinnati in 2009, recording a couple of tackles.

During the recent preseason, the 5’11 200 lb, Cincinnati native recorded 11 tackles, one pass deflected and three special-teams tackles. He was part of the team’s cut-down list on September 4 and was signed to the practice squad on September 5.

**The Bengals took advantage of a 24-hour extension granted by the NFL to sellout all tickets for Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins. They avoided a local television blackout.

The October 31st game will be the 56th consecutive sellout in club history.

The Bengals received help to avoid the blackout. Channel 12, Cintas, Time Warner Cable and AAA Allied Group, purchased tickets to give to local military families.

The Cincinnati Bengals have not had a regular season or postseason home game blacked out on local TV since November 9, 2003.

compiled from staff, Cincinnati Bengals, Radio & TV news

Cowboys lose to Giants; fall to 1-5 and lose QB Romo for season

The Dallas Cowboys had a lot of motivation coming into this season. The main motivation was the Super Bowl would be played in their new stadium. But so far 2010 has been anything but a disaster.

The season got more of a disaster Monday night when starting QB Tony Romo broke his left collarbone in the 41-35 loss to the New York Giants. That injury could end his season.

The recovery time according to medical journals, is 8 to 10 weeks.

Tony Romo (file photo)

The injury took place in the second quarter, as Romo was throwing to WR Miles Austin. He took a hard hit from New York linebacker Michael Boley, who was running towards him unblocked, full speed.

Number 2 quarterback Jon Kitna, the former Seahawk, Bengal, and Lion will be the starter. Kitna was the only backup quarterback  in the NFL in 2009 not to take a snap in a game.

The 5-2 New York Giants won their fourth game in a row and sit atop the NFC East Division.

Cincinnati’s ‘Pacman’ Jones out for season with neck injury

The Bengals gave Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones a chance to showcase his talents this year on kickoff returns, punt returns and in the defensive backfield. He made plays and stayed out of trouble off the field in the process.

But after 6 games, Jones will miss the rest of his comeback season because of a neck injury that might require surgery.

Adam Jones (file photo)

Cincinnati placed Jones on injured reserve Tuesday because of a herniated disk in his neck.

Jones was injured in the 39-32 loss to Atlanta on Sunday.

Jones was told by one doctor that surgery was needed, but his agent Tom Hunter said that other specialists will be sought out to determine if surgery is needed.

compiled from staff, Cincinnati Bengals & NFL news

Phil Dawson joins Browns 1,000-point club

The Cleveland Browns beat the New Orleans Saints, 30-17 this past Sunday. It was a big win for a young team, but it was also big as far as milestones go for one of it’s long-time veterans.

Placekicker Phil Dawson scored 12 of those 30 points and in the process has 1,006 in his career. He joins Lou “The Toe” Groza with 1,349 and Don Cockcroft with 1,080 as the only Cleveland Browns to surpass 1,000 career points.

That’s quite an achievement considering kickers are often replaced more than position players in the NFL.

compiled from staff, Cleveland Browns & NFL news

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