Brady completed 29 of 35 passes for 376 yards. Tight end
Cincinnati drops to 2-4 for the first time since 2010, when it finished 4-12 — its worst season under Coach
The Bengals had their moments offensively, scoring on a two-yard touchdown run by
But New England (5-1) bounced back from some sluggish drives early with several big plays in the third quarter.
Prescott was 18 of 27, shaking off two fumbles and an interception, to lead the Cowboys (5-1) to their fifth straight win.
He showed poise in the fourth quarter while marching the Cowboys on a seven-play, 75-yard drive that ended with a four-yard touchdown pass to
The score left Packers fans stunned at
Seattle then got a needed big play from its defense. Ryan's pass slipped through
Seattle stalled at the Atlanta 26. This time Hauschka was perfect after missing a 29-yard attempt earlier in the fourth quarter, the result of a bad snap.
Ryan was incomplete on his last four throws, including a breakup by Sherman on a long pass to Jones on which the Falcons screamed for a pass interference flag.
Wilson was 25-of-37 passing for 270 yards. Michael had two touchdown runs and rookie Alex Collins added his first NFL touchdown on a two-yard run.
Indianapolis (2-4) got the ball first in overtime, but Benardrick McKinney sacked
Osweiler shook off a tough start to throw two touchdown passes in less than 2 minutes in the fourth quarter as Houston (4-2) erased a 14-point deficit to tie it at 23 with 54 seconds left. He found
Houston's defense forced a punt by Indianapolis to send it to OT.
Luck had a 22-yard touchdown throw in the first quarter and pushed the lead to 20-9 when he dashed into the end zone untouched on a 14-yard run early in the fourth.
McCoy had 140 yards rushing and shook off what appeared to be a frightening injury to his right knee late in the second quarter. Tyrod Taylor threw two touchdown passes in helping Buffalo win four straight for the first time since the start of the 2008 season.
Kaepernick tried to provide the 49ers a spark in his first start in nearly a year.
But San Francisco (1-5) couldn't finish drives, settling for three field goals by
Kaepernick was the target of numerous boos and chants when he kneeled during the national anthem in continuing his protest against racial oppression and police brutality.
The 49ers run defense continued to prove porous, giving up 312 yards. The Bills blew the game open by scoring 21 points over a span of 7:02 straddling the third and fourth quarters.
With his 15th 400-yard game, Brees broke a tie with
Newton passed for 322 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for a two-yard score that tied the score at 38 with 2:58 left. However, he also had a pass intercepted by
Tight end Josh Hill scored the Saints' final TD on a difficult, leaping eight-yard catch that was initially ruled incomplete. But Coach
Saints receiver Brandin Cooks had an 87-yard touchdown catch to highlight his career-high 173-yard outing on seven catches while rookie
Jay Ajayi rushed for 204 yards and two scores on 25 carries for the Dolphins, who improved to 2-4.
The Steelers (4-2) had scored 74 points in their previous two games, but were outgained in yards, 474-297. Pittsburgh's
Roethlisberger, who completed 19 of 34 attempts, had only 83 yards passing with 5 minutes left before he drove the Steelers 97 yards for a touchdown that made it 23-15. Miami recovered the ensuing onside kick to seal the victory, and on the next play Ajayi scored on a 62-yard run.
The Steelers' only other touchdown came in the first quarter when
A banged-up Odell Beckham Jr. turned a short fourth-and-one pass into a winning 66-yard catch and run with 1:24 to play to help New York snap a three-game losing streak with a stunning victory over hurting Baltimore at East Rutherford, N.J.
The win was the 700th in franchise history. Beckham gave it to the Giants with a career day despite going to the locker room with a hip pointer in the second quarter. Beckham returned before the half and made the Giants (3-3) a winner with a spectacular second half that featured a 75-yard touchdown catch and a 43-yard reception that set up one of
It was the third consecutive loss for the Ravens (3-3) .
Beckham finished with eight catches for 222 yards, while Eli Manning completed 32 of 46 passes for 403 yards. Beckham's late heroics saved the Giants, who were on the verge of a fourth straight loss after Terrance West scored on a two-yard run with a 2:04 to play, giving the Ravens a short-lived 23-20 lead.
West's second short touchdown run came three plays after
Flacco, who complete 26 of 48 passes for 307 yards, drove the Ravens to the Giants 24 in the waning seconds thanks to a shaky fourth-down roughing-the-passer call. But his final pass was knocked down in the end zone.
New York's defense also stopped the Ravens on a fourth down inside the one-yard line earlier in the quarter.
Kirk Cousins threw for 263 yards and two touchdowns and the Washington Redskins ran roughshod over one of the NFL's top defenses in the at Landover, Md.
The three-headed running attack of Matt Jones, Robert Kelley and Chris Thompson combined for 231 yards and a touchdown as the Redskins (4-2) won their fourth consecutive game. After starting the season 0-3, Washington has its best record through six games since 2008.
The Redskins put up 493 offensive yards against the Eagles (3-2), who came in allowing an average of 266.8 yards and 12.6 points as the league's second-best defense.
Cousins, who was 18 of 34 and not at his best, connected with Jamison Crowder on a 16-yard touchdown and with
The Jaguars (2-3) wiped out a 13-0 deficit in the fourth quarter in a matchup of last-place teams. And the go-ahead touchdown might have been helped by the oft-criticized turf at Soldier Field.
Benn slipped as he caught a slant and so did
That gave the Jaguars a one-point lead with 2:49 left and sent the Bears (1-5) to another loss after they dropped the previous game to Indianapolis on a late TD pass by Andrew Luck. Chicago came up short despite racking up 389 yards.
Cameron Meredith had 11 catches for 113 yards. Alshon Jeffery added 93 yards receiving.
Marcus Mariota threw for 284 yards and three touchdowns before Tennessee held off a late Cleveland rally in Nashville, Tenn., for a second straight victory — the first time the Titans won consecutive games since the end of the 2013 season.
Tennessee (3-3) matched its win total for all of last season when they went 3-13 and wound up with the No. 1 draft pick overall. They also beat a team other than Jacksonville on their own field for the first time since the 2013 season finale and improved to 3-16 in Nashville.
Cleveland (0-6) now is mired in its worst start since 1999 when the Browns lost their first seven as an expansion franchise.