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Los Angeles (AFP) - NFL 2015 Week Seven highlights:
- Play of the week -
Dwayne Harris raced 100 yards on a kickoff return to score the winning touchdown in the fourth quarter of the New York Giants' 27-20 victory over the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys had just tied the score at 20-20 when former Dallas player Harris struck on the ensuing kickoff -- tying the Giants' club record for longest kickoff return, which had stood since 1964.
The win over their division rivals gave the Giants first place in the NFC East.
- High flyers -
Kirk Cousins threw a six-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jordan Reed with 24 seconds left as the Washington Redskins rallied from a 24-0 deficit to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-30 -- the biggest comeback in franchise history.
Washington, which had rallied from 21 points down several times previously, bounced back from a loss to the New York Jets. The beleaguered Cousins finished with 317 yards and three touchdowns.
- Low riders -
It was a dismal day for the Houston Texans, who trailed 41-0 en route to a 44-26 loss to the Miami Dolphins and lost running back Arian Foster in the fourth quarter to a suspected torn right Achilles tendon.
The tone was set even before the game, when backup quarterback Ryan Mallett missed the chartered flight to Miami and had to take a commercial flight.
- MVP of the week -
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill had a perfect passer rating and set an NFL record for most consecutive passes completed in leading Miami to a 44-26 victory over Houston.
Tannehill, displaying pinpoint accuracy with mostly short and intermediate passes, finished with a perfect 158.3 passer rating. That capped a day in which he was 18-for-19 passing for 282 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions.
He completed his first 18 passes -- taking his total of consecutive completions to a league-record 25 after making his final seven last week in a win over Tennessee.
- Quote of the week -
"That was the way it was supposed to be. That's supposed to be normal to finish a game like that. I don't want to make a big deal out of it. It's just the way we should be playing. We should be finishing like that.
"It felt like a really normal Seahawk night tonight."
- Seattle coach Pete Carroll on Thursday after his Seahawks beat the San Francisco 49ers 20-3 -- bouncing back after two straight defeats in which they surrendered fourth-quarter leads.