Sunday's Scores

Sunday's scores

Pittsburgh 28, Detroit 20

N.Y. Giants 44, Oakland 7

Cleveland 6, Buffalo 3

Dallas 26, Kansas City 20, OT

Minnesota 38, St. Louis 10

Cincinnati 17, Baltimore 14

Carolina 20, Washington 17

Philadelphia 33, Tampa Bay 14

Atlanta 45, San Francisco 10

Seattle 41, Jacksonville 0

Arizona 28, Houston 21

Denver 20, New England 17, OT

Indianapolis 31, Tennessee 9

Open: San Diego, Chicago, Green Bay, New Orleans

Today's Game

N.Y. Jets at Miami, 7:30 p.m.

Sticking together

Maybe the most emotional moment that came out of Denver's win over New England on Sunday came when head coach Josh McDaniels, after the overtime victory, walked over to where his family was sitting in the stands, pumped his fists several times, then was greeted by defensive lineman Kenny Petersen, who lifted McDaniels in the air in celebration.

Petersen was a high school teammate of McDaniels' little brother. Denver offensive assistant Ben McDaniels, when they won the mythical USA Today national title in 1997 at Canton (Ohio)McKinley High School. Josh McDaniels, 33, was also a quarterback for Canton McKinley when he was in high school.

And the high school coach for all three? Ben and Josh's father, Thom.