NFL Week 3
Colts 30, Texans 24
Joseph Addai leaps over cornerback Demarcus Faggins for a touchdown in the second quarter. Addai scored twice against the injury-riddled Texans, who were without star receiver Andre Johnson and lost players throughout the game, including running back Ahman Green to a knee injury.
Steelers 37, 49ers 16
Willie Parker ran for 133 yards -- his fourth consecutive 100-yard game and sixth in seven games dating to last season -- to help lead the Steelers to a <br> 3-0 start this season.
Eagles 56, Lions 21
(From left) Donovan McNabb, Brian Westbrook and Kevin Curtis decimated Detroit's defense as the Eagles got their first win of the season, wearing powder blue and yellow uniforms to commemorate their 75-year anniversary.
Packers 31, Chargers 24
Brett Favre found Greg Jennings on a slant pattern for the record-tying 420th touchdown pass of the QB's career.
Chiefs 13, Vikings 10
Rookie wideout Dwayne Bowe pulls down a 16-yard touchdown pass over Cedric Griffin, snapping a seven-game losing streak that stretched to last January's playoffs.
Giants 24, Redskins 17
Linebacker Kawika Mitchell and the Giants defense stop Ladell Betts on 4th and 1 for the win.
Cowboys 34, Bears 10
Cornerback Anthony Henry celebrates his 28-yard interception return for a touchdown. He had two interceptions for the second straight week.
Jets 31, Dolphins 28
The Jets took their first lead of the season late in the first quarter when Chad Pennington hit Laveranues Coles for a 3-yard touchdown pass. Pennington showed his injured right ankle was feeling a lot better by throwing two TD passes and running for another score.
Buccaneers 24, Rams 3
Cornerback Phillip Buchanon intercepts a pass intended for Drew Bennett. Rams quarterback Marc Bulger threw for just 116 yards with three interceptions.
Panthers 27, Falcons 20
DeShaun Foster rushed for 122 yards and scored two touchdowns in a game in which Panthers starting quarterback Jake Delhomme left with an injured throwing arm.
Patriots 38, Bills 7
Randy Moss pulls down a 45-yard touchdown pass in front of Jabari Greer. Moss scored twice and had 115 yards receiving, becoming the first wideout in NFL history to gain at least 100 yards receiving in each of his first three games with a new team.
Raiders 26, Browns 24
LaMont Jordan ran for 121 yards and the go-ahead touchdown to help the Raiders snap an 11-game losing streak.
Seahawks 24, Bengals 21
Nate Burleson catches a game-winning, 22-yard touchdown pass with one minute remaining. He finished with six catches for 76 yards in his best game since signing with the Seahawks before last season.
Jaguars 23, Broncos 14
Travis Henry ran just 11 times for 35 yards, about 100 yards below his average. The Broncos had piled up 911 yards the first two weeks, but managed just 265 against the Jaguars.
Ravens 26, Cardinals 23
Anquan Boldin had a career-high 14 catches for 181 yards and two fourth quarter touchdowns against the Ravens, who beat the rallying Cardinals with a 52-yard field goal by Matt Stover with no time left.