Didn't have too many come to mind historically. Might be that coaches hold their RBs back a bit or the opposing defense is extra keyed in on them. Only couple recent ones I could think of was Howard vs Chicago last year for Philly (19 82 4.3 1TD), and LeSean McCoy vs. Philly back when he got traded to Buffalo, went over 100 rushing and receiving. Might be that I don't remember that many due to it not happening that often in a big way.
I think the biggest question for Bell v Jets will be how much Andy Reid gives into the notion of giving him enough chances to get some. I could kind of see that jolly coach enjoying letting him.
Gordon vs. the Chargers... I'm not sure the coach would be all about that sort of notion, but he'll be used plenty. That defense is a lot more to contend with however.
Remember any notable ones or have any inklings about what's in store for these two guys?
I did look up Marcus Allen, and his two battles vs the Raiders weren't all that great (1st game he had a TD, but had him bottled up YPC wise, 2nd game at Oakland was a little better).