(PHOTO) Carolina Panthers' Jonathan Stewart, left, runs for a touchdown as Chicago Bears' Brandon McGowan (36) defends during the third quarter of the Panthers' 20-17 win in an NFL football game in Charlotte, N.C., Sunday, Sept. 14, 2008. (AP Photo/Rick Havner)
Jonathan Stewart ran for two touchdowns on 14 carries for 77 yards for the Carolina Panthers in a 20-17 win over the Chicago Bears. Panther tight end Dante Rosario had a catch for six yards. Chicago defensive tackle Matt Toeaina was on the Not Active list for the game.
The New York Giants beat the St. Louis Rams, 41-13. Giants running back Reuben Droughns was on the participation list but did not record a carry.
Safety Keith Lewis had four tackles as the San Francisco 49ers beat the Seattle Seahawks 33-30. Lewis' teammate Adam Snyder started at left tackle. Seattle running back Maurice Morris was on the Not Active list because of a knee injury suffered last week.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers used punter Josh Bidwell for five punts averaging 38 yards with two inside the 20 and a long of 56 as they beat the Atlanta Falcons 24-9. Atlanta tight end Justin Peelle was on the participation list but did not record a catch.
Igor Olshansky was in on a tackle for the San Diego Chargers but his team lost to Denver Broncos 39-38.
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