New York Jets running back Curtis Martin will undergo season-ending surgery on his right knee after missing Sunday's game against Oakland, breaking a streak of 119 regular-season starts.

Martin, known for his ability to play through pain, initially hurt his knee against Miami in Week 2. The reigning NFL rushing champion has missed five regular-season games during his 11-year career. He last missed a game on Oct. 11, 1998, when he sat out against St. Louis with a thigh injury.

Including playoff games, the 32-year-old Martin had started 126 straight. With his year over, Martin failed in his quest to become the first player in NFL history to start a career with 11 straight 1,000 yard seasons. He finished with 735 yards.

Rookie Cedric Houston started in Martin's place in the Jets' 26-10 win over Oakland.

The New York Giants lost four starters in the first half of their 26-23 overtime win in Philadelphia: middle linebacker Antonio Pierce, defensive tackle William Joseph, and both starting offensive tackles — Luke Petitgout and Kareem McKenzie.

Pierce had an ankle injury, Petitgout back spasms, McKenzie a hamstring problem and Joseph a leg injury.

In Cincinnati, Bengals running back Chris Perry sprained his left ankle on a first-quarter run. He didn't return in Cincinnati's 23-20 win.

Mike Rucker, Carolina's sacks leader, was inactive for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay with a sprained right ankle.Tampa Bay defensive tackle Anthony McFarland left in the first half with a strained hamstring and did not return in the Bucs' 20-10 win.

Minnesota linebacker Keith Newman sprained his right knee in the second quarter Sunday against St. Louis and was ruled out for the rest of the game.

Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Deshea Townsend sustained a concussion during the second quarter of a 21-9 win. Townsend was taken to a nearby hospital for tests on his head and neck, but the Steelers did not update his condition.

Colts linebacker Cato June was inactive because of injuries to his groin, knee and ankle.

The Bears played without both starting safeties, Chris Harris, who has a knee injury and Mike Brown, who has a calf problem.

Two Jets defensive linemen were injured in their win over the Raiders: DE Shaun Ellis hurt his hamstring and missed the second half and DT Dewayne Robertson re-aggravated a quad injury.