Capsules of Sunday's NFL games
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Chiefs are the last unbeaten team in the NFL this season.
Dante Hall's 67-yard catch-and-run got them rolling and Priest Holmes scored three touchdowns as the Chiefs (8-0) routed Buffalo 38-5 Sunday night.
And now the Chiefs get a week off to savor their perfect half season. Only 11 other teams since 1972 reached the midway point of the season without a loss. Eight advanced to the Super Bowl and six hoisted the Lombardi Trophy.
The Chiefs, who kept their perfect record intact by surviving four straight nail-biters, took control of the Bills (4-4) with a 21-point third quarter.< ^Giants 29, Vikings 17=
MINNEAPOLIS -- The Vikings are no longer perfect.
Kerry Collins passed for 375 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Giants over he NFC's last unbeaten team.
Tiki Barber had a touchdown and 122 total yards for New York (3-4), which ended a three-game losing streak and has never dropped four in a row in coach Jim Fassel's seven seasons. The Giants were 3-4 last year before winning seven of their final nine to earn a wild-card spot.
Barber's 2-yard TD run gave New York a 22-17 lead with 5:29 remaining, and Culpepper was picked off by Frank Walker on the next play from scrimmage. Walker returned it 18 yards to the Vikings 17, and Ike Hilliard got his second touchdown reception three plays later to put the game out of reach.
The Bucs (4-3) stopped the Cowboys' longest winning streak since 1994 at five games by forcing three turnovers, sacking Quincy Carter four times and holding Dallas (5-2) to just 178 yards.
The victory was sweet, too, because they beat Bill Parcells, who walked away from agreements to take over the Bucs twice in the past 12 years.< ^Panthers 23, Saints 20, OT=
The Panthers (6-1) rallied in the closing minutes when Davis scored on a 1-yard dive that put Carolina up 20-17 with 3:45 left. But the Saints (3-5) come back to force overtime when John Carney made a 42-yard field goal with 36 seconds to go.
New Orleans won the coin toss in overtime and drove to the Carolina 37 before Deuce McAllister fumbled on fourth-and-1. Davis rushed for 178 yards and two touchdowns on 31 carries.< ^Bengals 27, Seahawks 24=
Bengals running back Corey Dillon got into a traffic accident on his way to the stadium and was inactive for the game, even though he wasn't injured. Instead, third-year back Rudi Johnson ran for 101 yards and a touchdown.
Matt Hasselbeck was 26-of-43 for 347 yards, but the Seahawks (5-2) self-destructed with three interceptions, one fumble and a blocked 49-yard field goal attempt by Josh Brown that set up the Bengals' go-ahead touchdown.< ^Titans 30, Jaguars 17=
The Titans (6-2) reached the 30-point mark for the fifth straight game, matching a mark the franchise set in 1961 when they were the Houston Oilers.
Byron Leftwich finished 15-for-28 for 158 yards, a 49-yard touchdown pass to Smith and three interceptions for the Jaguars (1-6).< ^Rams 33, Steelers 21=
PITTSBURGH -- Marc Bulger passed for 375 yards and a touchdown in his Pittsburgh homecoming, and third-string running back Arlen Harris ran for three touchdowns in his first NFL start as the Rams (5-2) won their fourth in a row.
The Steelers (2-5) wasted two big plays by Antwaan Randle El, including an 84-yard punt return touchdown, to drop their fourth straight. They are off to their worst start since they were 1-6 in 1988.< ^Ravens 26, Broncos 6=
BALTIMORE -- Ray Lewis rambled 37 yards with a key interception in the fourth quarter, and Jamal Lewis topped 100 yards rushing for a sixth straight game. Matt Stover kicked four field goals for Baltimore (4-3), which maintained its hold on first place in the AFC North.
Danny Kanell, starting for the first time since 2000, went 16-for-31 for 114 yards and two interceptions for Denver (5-3). He was playing because Denver's two other starting quarterbacks, Jake Plummer and Steve Beuerlein, are injured.< ^Patriots 9, Browns 3=
FOXBORO, Mass. -- Adam Vinatieri kicked three field goals as the Patriots won their fourth straight game.
CHICAGO -- Charles Tillman set up one score with an interception, Justin Gage had a TD catch and an assist in another score, and Brock Forsey ran for a touchdown to guide the Bears (2-5). Detroit has lost 20 straight on the road.
Joey Harrington took the Lions (1-6) to a score with 53 seconds to play, and Detroit appeared to recover the onside kick. But after a review, officials ruled Lions receiver Bill Schroeder touched the ball early and gave Chicago possession.< ^Eagles 24, Jets 17=
Chad Pennington, playing for the first time since breaking his left wrist Aug. 23 in a preseason game against the New York Giants, went into the game in the second quarter and finished 14-of-23 for 154 yards with one costly interception for the Jets (2-5).
His desperation pass from Philadelphia's 42 fell incomplete as the Eagles (4-3) won for the fourth time in five games.< ^Cardinals 16, 49ers 13, OT=
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Tim Duncan, kicking in place of injured Bill Gramatica, made a 39-yard field goal with 10:01 left in overtime to give the Cardinals their first win over the 49ers in 10 years.
Duncan missed three of five attempts in regulation, including a 50-yarder as the fourth quarter ended.
San Francisco's Owen Pochman, who nearly lost his job after missing three field goals last week against Tampa Bay, missed two more Sunday, including a go-ahead attempt from 35 yards with 2:25 left in regulation. His out-of-bounds kickoff to start overtime set up the winning drive.< ^Colts 30, Texans 21=
INDIANAPOLIS -- Peyton Manning completed 22 of 30 passes for 269 yards and three touchdowns to help the Colts win following their bye for the third time in four years.
Houston (2-5) lost its third straight and dropped to 0-3 all-time against the Colts (6-1). The Texans were hindered by the absence of starting quarterback David Carr, who sprained his right ankle and did not play in the second half, replaced by Tony Banks.
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