UNDATED (AP) - There are no undefeated teams left in the NFL.
The Colts made sure of that.
Mike Hart scored on a late 11-yard run, and Adam Vinatieri
kicked four field goals, giving Indianapolis a 19-9 victory over
Kansas City, the NFL's last unbeaten team.
It's the first time since 1970 that no NFL team reached 4-0.
Peyton Manning failed to top 300 yards or throw for a touchdown
for the first time this season. He was 26 of 44 for 244 yards with
Kansas City (3-1) was led by Jamaal Charles, who carried 16
times for 87 yards. Matt Cassel was 16 of 29 for 156 yards.
The Colts (3-2) have now won 17 straight at home when Manning
has finished the game.
- LaRon Landry had a diving interception, Green Bay made two
costly penalties and Graham Gano booted a winning 33-yard field
goal 6:54 into overtime to give the Redskins a 16-13 win over the
Washington overcame a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit, tying the
game on Gano's 44-yard field goal with 1:07 left. Green Bay's Mason
Crosby hit the left upright from 53 yards with 1 second left in
Both teams are 3-2.
- Atlanta's Kroy Biermann looked more like a seasoned receiver
than a defensive end, returning a spectacular interception for a
touchdown and sending the Falcons to a 20-10 victory over the
After pressuring Browns quarterback Jake Delhomme, Biermann
leaped to deflect the pass and then made a diving headfirst catch.
Knowing he had not been touched, Biermann scrambled to his feet and
rumbled 31 yards on a twisting, turning effort that gave the
Falcons a 10-point lead with four minutes remaining.
Matt Ryan threw a 45-yard TD pass to Roddy White as the Falcons
(4-1) won their fourth straight. Michael Turner rushed for 140
The Browns (1-4) picked up just 48 yards rushing and lost
starting quarterback Seneca Wallace just before half with an ankle
- Connor Barth kicked a 31-yard field goal with 1 second left
and the upstart Buccaneers picked up a signature win, knocking off
the defending AFC North champion Bengals 24-21 in Cincinnati.
Tampa Bay (3-1) intercepted Carson Palmer three times, and
safety Sabby Piscitelli's late pick set up the Bucs' winning kick.
Second-year quarterback Josh Freeman led the way for Tampa Bay,
setting up the winning kick with a pass to Micheal Spurlock along
the sideline for a 21-yard completion to the 13. Spurlock kept both
toes inbound for a falling-down catch that was upheld on review.
Cedric Benson carried 23 times for 144 yards for the Bengals
- The Lions snapped a 10-game losing streak with their most
lopsided win since 1995, beating St. Louis 44-6.
Stefan Logan's franchise-record tying 105-yard kickoff return
broke a tie and helped the Lions (1-4) outscore St. Louis 21-3 in
the second quarter.
It was Detroit's most one-sided victory since beating the
expansion Jacksonville Jaguars 44-0 in 1995.
Shaun Hill threw for 227 yards and connected with Calvin
Johnson, Brandon Pettigrew and Nate Burleson for scores. He has
started since Matthew Stafford separated his right shoulder in Week
The Rams (2-3) lost standout receiver Mark Clayton with an
injured knee in the first quarter, contributing to rookie Sam
Bradford's awful game.
- Eli Manning picked apart Houston's porous secondary, throwing
for 297 yards and three touchdowns in the Giants' 34-10 win over
New York (3-2) held Houston (3-2) to a franchise-low 24 yards
rushing. Hakeem Nicks caught a pair of TD passes and finished with
12 catches and 130 yards. Steve Smith teamed up with Manning for a
New York held NFL rushing leader Arian Foster to 25 yards on 11
Houston linebacker Brian Cushing made four solo tackles in his
first game back after being suspended for the first four games for
violating the NFL's policy on banned substances.
- Julius Peppers made an acrobatic interception in a triumphant
return to Carolina, and the Bears overcame four interceptions by
backup quarterback Todd Collins in a 23-6 win over the winless
Peppers, who spent eight years with Carolina, silenced a booing
crowd with a diving interception to set up a field goal.
Matt Forte rushed for 166 yards and two touchdowns for the
Bears, who used Collins and Caleb Hanie at quarterback because Jay
Cutler is sidelined with a concussion.
The Panthers have lost all five of their games and couldn't move
the ball with Jimmy Clausen at quarterback.
- The Baltimore Ravens are in sole possession of first place in
the AFC North, moving past the idle Steelers with a 31-17 win over
Ray Rice ran for 133 yards and two TDs as the Ravens sped to a
17-point lead and won their third straight.
The Broncos (2-3) are 0-5 against the Ravens (4-1) in Baltimore.
Kyle Orton had his fourth straight 300-yard passing game, but the
Broncos were slowed by a lost fumble and 10 penalties for 90 yards.
- Tight end Marcedes Lewis caught two touchdowns passes and
Jacksonville rallied from a 10-point deficit to beat the winless
Bills 36-26 in Buffalo.
David Garrard threw for three touchdowns as the Jaguars (3-2)
ended a four-game road losing streak. Mike Sims-Walker scored on a
7-yard run late in the third period to put Jacksonville ahead for
good at 27-20.
Lewis' scoring catches of 1 and 27 yards give him five TDs on
the season, breaking the franchise record for scores by a tight
end. Josh Scobee made all five field-goal attempts.
The Bills squandered two leads and have fallen to 0-5 for only
the fifth time in franchise history, the first since 1985.
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