The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback broke his nose on national television last night, but wouldn't let a little hiccup like that ruin his good time.
Roethlisberger played through the pain with a blood-splattered jersey, and eventually tossed a game-winning nine-yard touchdown pass to Isaac Redman to give the Steelers a crucial divisional victory over the Baltimore Ravens.
No one on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers seemed particularly interested in tackling Atlanta Falcons' Eric Weems on this meandering 102-yard kickoff return.
The amazing touchdown was a crucial part of the Falcons' comeback victory, which leaves them with an NFC-best 10-2 record.
Leon Washington counted his chickens before they hatched. The Seattle Seahawks return man miscalculated the speed of Carolina Panters punter Jason Baker.
Watching the game film should be a fun time for Mr. Washington.
Free agent Jayson Werth got an early Christmas present in the form of a 7-year, $126 million contract with the Washington Nationals.
The signing comes two days after the Nationals' cleanup hitter from last year, Adam Dunn, inked a four-year contract with the White Sox.
New Mets general manager Sandy Alderson, reacting to the surprisingly high figure, jumped at the opportunity for a one-liner.
"I thought they were trying to reduce the deficit in Washington," he said.
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