The Chargers (8-4) trailed 30-20 with 6:13 remaining and 33-27 with 2:22 left before Rivers brought them back.
Following a pass interference call against
Baltimore (7-5) lost at home in November for the first time since 2009. The Ravens were 11-0 all-time at home against West Coast teams.
Rivers went for 34 for 45 for 383 yards and three touchdowns, two to
Joe Flacco threw for two scores for Baltimore, which wasted four field goals from Justin Tucker and 106 yards rushing from
Tre Mason scored two long touchdowns and
St. Louis had an out-of-nowhere 38-point first half that tied for second biggest in franchise history. Mason had 113 yards rushing on six carries in the half with an 89-yard score, plus a 35-yard jaunt on a screen pass that opened the scoring. Hill was 12 for 15 for 178 yards and two TDs and ran for a 2-yard score.
The Rams (5-7) scored touchdowns on their first five possessions, got a field goal on the sixth midway through the second quarter to top their previous best scoring total for any game this season. The 38-point halftime lead was the largest in franchise history, one more than against Green Bay in 1980.
The Raiders (1-11) were never competitive and committed five turnovers.
Falcons 29, Cardinals 18
Julio Jones had a career day, catching 10 passes for 189 yards and a touchdown to keep Atlanta in first place.
Arizona (9-3) still leads the NFC West after its second straight loss, but its lead over defending Super Bowl champion Seattle has dwindled to a single game.
More troubling for the Cardinals, they had gone more than 11 quarters without an offensive touchdown until a meaningless score with just over a minute remaining.
Steven Jackson broke off a 55-yard run — his longest run since 2009 — to set up a touchdown on the Falcons' opening possession.
Jones hauled in a 32-yard scoring pass, and Matt Bryant kicked a career-best five field goals for the Falcons (5-7), who matched New Orleans' 35-32 win at Pittsburgh to remain tied for the top spot in the NFC South.
Kenny Stills caught five passes for a career-high 162 yards and a score as the Saints (5-7) ended a three-game losing streak by restoring a little bit of respectability and a sense of order to the
The Steelers (7-5) kept New Orleans tight end
Orton put the Bills ahead 7-3 with 8:04 left with a 3-yard pass to
It was too deep of a hole for Browns rookie quarterback
The Bills (7-5) won their second straight. Cleveland (7-5) lost for only the second time in six games.
The Jaguars (2-10) ended a four-game losing streak and dealt the Giants (3-9) a seventh consecutive loss that could raise more questions about coach
The Giants dominated the first half, scoring 21 points in the second quarter and looking like they would notch their first victory since early October.
But Jacksonville played like a different team after the break, especially on defense.
Rookie Aaron Colvin returned a fumble 41 yards for a touchdown in the fourth. It was the first time in franchise history that Jacksonville scored two defensive touchdowns in the same game.
Dalton shrugged off three first-half interceptions to help the Bengals (8-3-1) win on the road for the third consecutive week, a franchise first.
Cincinnati leads the tightest division race in the
Dalton ran for a 5-yard TD in the second quarter, then threw 13 yards to Green to put the Bengals ahead 14-10 late in the third.
Fitzpatrick returned to the lineup after being benched for two games for
Tennessee's Zach Mettenberger injured his right shoulder playing behind a makeshift offensive line missing three starters.
Indianapolis (8-4) won for the eighth time in 10 games since starting 0-2.
Luck was 19 of 27 for 370 yards and had TD passes of 30, 3, 48, 73 and 79 yards. He broke
He did all that while
Adam Thielen and
Despite entering the week just a half-game out of first place in the struggling