NFL two-minute drill

Jacksonville 35, at Dallas 17: Adjusted goal for the Cowboys this season: try to become the first team to finish winless at home and play host to a Super Bowl.

Miami 22, at Cincinnati 14: Dolphins are 4-0 on the road and 0-3 at home. Bengals seem to be able to lose anywhere, the defending AFC North champions’ losing streak now at four.

at Detroit 37, Washington 25: Rex Grossman replaces Donovan McNabb because he knows two-minute offense better? McNabb couldn’t fumble and have it returned for TD?

at Kansas City 13, Buffalo 10 (OT): Retired “Saturday Night Live” character “Mr. Bill” could be the perfect mascot for winless Buffalo. “Oh, nooooooooooooooooooooo!”


Green Bay 9, at New York Jets 0: Pretty sure this isn’t what Jets Coach Rex Ryan has in mind when he says his club aims to record a shutout in every game.

San Francisco 24, Denver 16: In honor of European football, teams play without using hands until fourth quarter, when they combine for 30 points in this London matchup.

at St. Louis 20, Carolina 10: Rams provide incentive. If Panthers can keep this up, they can pick a franchise quarterback with the first pick of the NFL draft just as Rams did.

at San Diego 33, Tennessee 25: If the Chargers can win their last eight games, Norv Turner will be within two victories of becoming .500 as an NFL head coach.


at New England 28, Minnesota 18: Vikings fans must be thrilled that Brett Favre was able to keep his consecutive games streak alive. Patriots fans too.

Tampa Bay 38, at Arizona 35: Impressive Buccaneers record fourth fourth-quarter comeback to victory. Not so impressive -- this time had to blow a 17-point lead to do it.

at Oakland 33, Seattle 3: Even on the Madden video football game, it’s not possible for the Raiders to defeat consecutive teams by a combined score of 92-17.

at New Orleans 20, Pittsburgh 10: At least 17,777 fans attended Superdome in costume, a Guinness World Record for largest gathering of Halloween revelers. No one wore bags.


Bye: Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Cleveland, New York Giants, Philadelphia