NFL Week 4
Bills 17, Vikings 12
Buffalo running back Willis McGahee dives past the Vikings defense for his second-quarter touchdown.
Colts 31, Jets 28
Indianapolis wide receiver Reggie Wayne makes one of his four receptions against the Jets and cornerback Justin Miller.
Ravens 16, Chargers 13
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis (52) and safety Dawan Landry (26) kneel over Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson as the Baltimore defense held strong in the battle of undefeated teams.
Cowboys 45, Titans 14
Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth (92) steps on the head of Andre Gurode. Haynesworth was penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct and ejected from the game.
Texans 17, Dolphins 15
Houston's Andre Johnson makes a three-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter against Will Allen to help the Texans notch their first win of the season.
Bears 37, Seahawks 6
Bears cornerback Ricky Manning Jr. had two interceptions off Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, including this one he returned for 39 yards in the second quarter.
Patriots 38, Bengals 13
Patriots running back Laurence Maroney ran for 125 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries against the Bengals.
Chiefs 41, 49ers 0
Larry Johnson and the Chiefs left defensive tackle Anthony Adams and the 49ers in the dust Sunday. Johnson rushed for 101 yards and two touchdowns in the game.
Panthers 21, Saints 18
Panthers running back DeShaun Foster broke free from Saints linebacker Scott Shanle to score on a 43-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Browns 24, Raiders 21
Raiders quarterback Andrew Walter was sacked twice by Browns linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (left) and passed for only 68 yards as the Raiders fell in Oakland.
Redskins 36, Jaguars 30
Redskins receiver Santana Moss scored on a 68-yard touchdown reception in overtime, his third TD of the game.
Rams 41, Lions 34
Rams running back Steven Jackson hurdles Lions cornerback Dre Bly as St. Louis improved to 3-1. Jackson had 146 yards and ran for one touchdown.
Falcons 32, Cardinals 10
Arizona rookie quarterback Matt Leinart scrambles under pressure from Atlanta nose tackle Grady Jackson. Leinart took over at quarterback for Kurt Warner in the second half but could not reverse the onslaught.