Welcome to another NFL Sunday.

Today, the Chargers (6-6) moved into a tied for first place in the AFC West with a 19-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns (0-12), while the Rams (9-3) secured their first winning record since 2003 with a 32-16 win over the Arizona Cardinals (5-7).


AFC notes: From A to Z

Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton looks to pass during a game against the Broncos on Nov. 19. (Matthew Stockman / Getty Images)
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton looks to pass during a game against the Broncos on Nov. 19. (Matthew Stockman / Getty Images)

Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens lead the NFL in interceptions (18) and takeaways (26). Baltimore is seeking its first three-game winning streak of the season.

Buffalo Bills: LeSean McCoy has 402 yards from scrimmage and three touchdowns in four meetings with the Patriots. He has 1,053 total yards this season.

Cincinnati Bengals: Andy Dalton is first Bengals QB since Akili Smith in 2000 to go five games without an interception. But he was picked off four times in the season opener.

CHARGERS: The Chargers were responsible for the Browns’ sole win last season when kicker Josh Lambo missed two field goals in a 20-17 loss .

Cleveland Browns: The Browns are the second team to start 0-11 in consecutive seasons, joining the 1976-77 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who were an expansion team the first season.

Denver Broncos: Trevor Siemian will be third quarterback to start for the Broncos in as many games. Coach Vance Joseph was Miami’s defensive coordinator last year.

Houston Texans: The Texans scored a franchise-high 57 points earlier this season against the Titans, and their 43-point victory was largest in team history.

Indianapolis Colts: Receiver T.Y. Hilton needs one 150-yard receiving game to tie Marvin Harrison for the most such games in Colts history (11).

Jacksonville Jaguars: Jaguars open the first of three straight home games and seek their eighth regular-season win for first time since 2010, when they finished 8-8.

Kansas City Chiefs: Tight end Travis Kelce has had at least one catch in 59 straight games. He has 62 catches for 777 yards with five touchdowns this season.

Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins are are on pace for their lowest-scoring season in 50 years. They are tied for the second-most points allowed and third-worst in points scored.

New England Patriots: Bill Belichick — 15-2 vs. Bills since 2002— has more wins at Orchard Park than any Bills coach since Wade Phillips went 17-7 from 1998-2000.

N.Y. Jets: Robby Anderson is the seventh player in Jets history with a touchdown catch in five straight games, and leads the NFL with four of 20 yards or more.

Oakland Raiders: The Raiders will be without two of their three top receivers Amari Cooper (concussion) and Michael Crabtree (suspension) against the Giants.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Le’Veon Bell leads league in yards rushing (981) and combined yards (1,377). Defensive end Cam Heyward has nine sacks.

Tennessee Titans: Tight end Delanie Walker had his first touchdown reception of the season last week, but he’s had 53 catches for 613 yards receiving.

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