BALTIMORE (AP) — Tyler Bass hit a 21-yarder on the final play of the game and Josh Allen rallied the Buffalo Bills from a 17-point deficit to beat the Baltimore Ravens 23-20 on Sunday.

Tied at 20 in the final quarter, the Ravens (2-2) took over on second down from the Buffalo 1-yard line. Two consecutive runs fell short of the endzone.

On fourth-and-2, Lamar Jackson had to scramble before throwing a pass into the end zone that was intercepted by Jordan Poyer for a touchdown with 4:09 left.

From there, Allen calmly led Buffalo (3-1) to the field goal, completing his team’s comeback from a 20-3 deficit late in the second quarter.

J. K. Dobbins scored the first two touchdowns for the Ravens, but they allowed Allen to complete a 4-yard touchdown pass to Isaiah McKenzie in the closing seconds of the first half to make it 20-10.


LONDON (AP) — Greg Joseph hit a 47-yard field goal with 24 seconds left and Minnesota continued to beat New Orleans at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium when Will Lutz’s tying 61-yard field goal hit the left post , and then into the crossbar at the end of time.

Justin Jefferson beat Marshawn Latimer on a 39-yard reception to set up Joseph’s gutsy punt — after the kicker missed an extra point earlier in the quarter to leave the Vikings up 25-22.

The Saints (1-3) then went on an eight-play drive and Lutz booted a 60-yard field goal with 1:51 left in the game. But Lutz’s next attempt came up just short, as New Orleans gave up a third straight.

Kirk Cousins ​​completed 25 of 38 passes for 273 yards with a touchdown and an interception. The Vikings, under first-year coach Kevin O’Connell, are off to their best start since going 4-0 in 2016.


GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Mason Crosby hit a 31-yard field goal in overtime to give Green Bay a win over New England.

Rookie quarterback Bailey Zappe made his New England debut, playing most of the game after Brian Hoyer left with a head injury.

Zepe and the Patriots (1-3) played well enough to force overtime, but Aaron Rodgers bounced back after a terrible first half.

Each team had the ball three times in its first overtime. The Packers (3-1) then went 77 yards on a 12-play drive that lasted nearly seven minutes before Crosby made the game-winning kick.

Rodgers went 21 of 35 for 251 yards and two TDs, also connecting with tight end Robert Tonian. Aaron Jones rushed for 110 yards.

Zeppe was 10 of 15 for 99 yards, including a 25-yard touchdown pass to Devante Parker.


PITTSBURGH (AP) — Brice Hall ran for a 2-yard touchdown with 16 seconds left and New York beat Pittsburgh, which got a spark after rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett replaced an ineffective Mitch Trubisky.

The Jets (2-2) won in Pittsburgh for the second time in franchise history. Zach Wilson, making his season debut, got New York down the field late on Pickett’s second of three interceptions with 3:42 left.

Wilson led the Jets 65 yards on 10 plays, the last when Hall crossed the goal line.

Wilson was 18 of 36 for 252 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. He also became the first quarterback in Jets history to catch a touchdown when he caught a 2-yard pass from Braxton Berrios in the second quarter.

The Jets led 10-6 at halftime when the Steelers inserted Pickett, who became the first QB in NFL history to throw a pair of touchdowns in his debut. The second was a 2-yard scramble that gave the Steelers (1-3) a 20-10 lead with 13:41 left.


EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Daniel Jones ran for two touchdowns before injuring his ankle and Saquon Barkley rushed for 146 yards and ran at times on offense after both New York quarterbacks were hurt in the win over Chicago.

Jones scored on runs of 21 and 8 yards, New York rushed for 262 yards and Graham Gano kicked field goals of 44 and 43 yards as the Giants improved to 3-1 under rookie coach Brian Dabol. This is their best start since 2011, when they won the Super Bowl.

Michael Badgley had four field goals for the Bears (2-2), replacing Cairo Santos, who missed the game due to personal reasons.


DETROIT (AP) — Genea Smith threw for two touchdowns and a score in the first half and Seattle held off Detroit.

Smith finished 23 of 30 for 320 yards, including a 17-yard touchdown pass to Will Disley and a 2-yard touchdown pass to Noah Fant. The veteran quarterback rushed seven times for 49 yards, including 8 yards on the second rush.

The Seahawks (2-2) were stopped on third down late in the third quarter, but the Ford Field game clock was set incorrectly. Seattle capitalized on a second chance when Rashaad Penny ran 36 yards for a touchdown on third-and-16 to open a 38-23 lead.

TJ Hockenson had eight receptions and set a career high with 179 receiving yards and two touchdowns, the second of which helped the Lions (1-3) pull within three with 5:26 left.


PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Miles Sanders ran for 134 yards and two touchdowns, Jalen Hurts threw for 204 yards and ran for a score, and Philadelphia beat Jacksonville and former coach Doug Pederson.

Trevor Lawrence threw for Jamal Agnia for 174 yards and two touchdowns. Lawrence was sacked on the final drive of the game, sealing the victory for the Eagles. It was one of the sophomore quarterback’s four fumbles.

The Eagles (4-0) shook off a terrible start as Hurts intercepted an Andre Sisco pass and returned it 59 yards for a TD. Lawrence hit the Fire from 4 yards out to give the Jaguars (2-2) a 14-0 lead in the first quarter.


ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Cooper Rush came through again in place of Dak Prescott, throwing a touchdown pass to Michael Gallup in the receiver’s 2022 debut as Dallas beat Washington.

Rush also had a TD throw against new No. 1 receiver CeeDee Lamb, improving to 4-0 in his career as a starter.

He has led the Cowboys (3-1) to three straight since Prescott broke his thumb on his throwing hand in the season opener against Tampa Bay.

The Commanders (1-3) lost their third straight game. Washington had several promising drives halted by penalties, and the flags also killed interceptions by Benjamin St. Just and Kamren Kerl.


HOUSTON (AP) — Justin Herbert threw for 340 yards and two touchdowns and Austin Ekeler scored three times as Los Angeles built a big early lead and then held on to beat Houston.

Houston scored 17 straight points to fall behind by three with 8 1/2 minutes left. The Chargers (2-2) then put together 12 plays for 84 yards, capped by Ekeler’s 14-yard reception to put the game away and snap a two-game skid.

Davis Mills threw for 246 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions, starting after a slow first half. A bright spot for the Texans (0-3-1) was a continued strong game from rookie running back Dameon Pierce, who rushed for 131 yards, highlighted by a 75-yard run in the second quarter.


INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Derrick Henry rushed for a season-high 114 yards and a touchdown and Tennessee’s defense held on late in a win over Indianapolis.

Tennessee (2-2) has won a franchise-record four straight and improved to 11-2 against AFC South opponents since 2020. The Titans were held scoreless in the second half for the second week in a row. Henry topped 100 yards in the first half as Tennessee took a 24-3 lead.

Indy (1-2-1) has one win in its last six games and has conceded a shutout in its last three.


CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Kyler Murray threw for 207 yards and two touchdowns and added one sack as Arizona overcame another lackluster first half to beat Carolina.

Murray threw TD passes of 23 yards to Marquis Brown and 2 yards to Zach Ertz and also ran for 4 yards. The Cardinals (2-2) had a 17-minute advantage in time of possession.

Arizona’s defense frustrated Baker Mayfield with three turnovers. He made five passes at the line of scrimmage and repeatedly overthrew open receivers.

Carolina (1-3) led 10-3 at halftime. Arizona took its first lead in regulation this season on Matt Prater’s 39-yard field goal with 11:22 left.


LAS VEGAS (AP) — Josh Jacobs ran for 144 yards and two touchdowns, Amick Robertson had a 68-yard return and Las Vegas beat Denver.

After opening their first season under coach Josh McDaniels with a three-game losing streak, the Raiders (1-3) did enough on the ground, with their biggest rushing game in six years, and on defense to contain Russell Wilson and “Broncos” (2-2).

Max Crosby had two of Las Vegas’ three sacks as Denver repeatedly failed to capitalize on good field position.