NFL Week 2
Redskins 20, Eagles 12
Jason Campbell completed 16-of-29 passes for 209 yards with one interception and threw a clutch touchdown pass to tight end Chris Cooley late in the first half. Campbell showed poise in leading the Redskins, with sharp passes and timely third-down conversions against the Eagles.
Patriots 38, Chargers 14
Randy Moss had two touchdown catches and his second consecutive 100-yard receiving game as the Patriots won one for coach Bill Belichick and demonstrated they don't need to spy on the opposition to succeed.
Browns 51, Bengals 45
Jamal Lewis returned to his 2,000-yard form and shredded the Bengals for 215 yards and one touchdown on 28 carries.
Texans 34, Panthers 21
Steve Smith (far left) caught eight passes for 153 yards and three touchdowns. Still, the Panthers were no match for the Texans, who improved to 2-0. Houston's Andre Johnson had seven receptions for 120 yards and two scores before suffering a left knee injury.
Colts 22, Titans 20
Tight end Dallas Clark hauled in seven passes for 69 yards and a touchdown against the Titans.
Buccaneers 31, Saints 14
Joey Galloway tormented the suddenly defenseless Saints with four catches for 135 yards and two touchdowns, both in the second quarter.
Packers 35, Giants 13
Brett Favre surpassed John Elway on the all-time winningest quarterbacks list (149) after completing 29 of 38 passes for 286 yards and three touchdowns in the blowout win over the Giants.
Broncos 23, Raiders 20, OT
After nailing a 52-yard field goal that was negated because Denver had called a timeout before the snap, Sebastian Janikowski became even more distraught when his next kick hit the left upright and fell by the wayside. That opened the door for Jason Elam, who hit an easy 23-yarder for the win.
Bears 20, Chiefs 10
Devin Hester scored on a 73-yard punt return in the second quarter and set up a field goal in the third with another long return.
Cowboys 37, Dolphins 20
Terrell Owens' fourth-down TD reception with four minutes left helped seal the Cowboys' win. He celebrated by leaning against the goal post and acting as if he were videotaping, his way of poking fun at the spying scandal involving Patriots' coach Bill Belichick. Owens received a 15-yard penalty for "using the goal post as a prop."
49ers 17, Rams 16
In a week in which Frank Gore mourned the loss of his mother, he ran for two touchdowns and helped the Niners improve to 2-0.
Cardinals 23, Seahawks 20
After hitting a 52-yard field goal to tie the game late in the fourth quarter, Neil Rackers nailed a 42-yarder with one second left as the Cardinals defeated the three-time defending NFC West champion Seahawks.
Lions 20, Vikings 17, OT
Jon Kitna was knocked out of the game with a concussion in the second quarter, but returned in time to set up the game-winning 37-yard field goal.
Steelers 26, Bills 3
Pittsburgh's Willie Parker ran for 126 yards and a touchdown in his third consecutive 100-yard game. In honor of injured teammate Kevin Everett, the Bills wore under their jerseys No. 85 Everett T-shirts, which will be sold for charity.
Jaguars 13, Falcons 7
Marcus Stroud and the Jacksonville defense sacked Joey Harrington seven times as the Jaguars held the Falcons to just 82 yards on the ground and 132 yards in the air.
Ravens 20, Jets 13
In a duel of backup quarterbacks, the experience of Baltimore's Kyle Boller prevailed over Kellen Clemens' exuberance. Boller threw for 185 yards and two touchdowns as the Ravens held off a late charge by the Jets.