Catch up on what happened around the league in an action-packed Sunday 3 of the NFL.

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — It was another wild week in the NFL in Week 3 as eight underdogs won their games on Sunday.

That included the Dolphins beating the Bills, the Titans beating the Raiders, the Colts upsetting the Chiefs, the Panthers getting their first win of the year over the Saints, the Jaguars dominating the Chargers in Los Angeles, the Falcons beating the Seahawks, the Packers beating the Bucs and the Broncos Sunday night against the 49ers.

The Dolphins and Eagles exit Sunday as the only teams remaining undefeated. The Giants have a chance to become the third 3-0 team after Week 3 on Monday night when they take on the Dallas Cowboys at home.

Let’s check out some of the top stories from Sunday’s NFL action.

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The Dolphins continue their roll to 3-0 after the upset of the Bills

It was a near disaster for the Miami Dolphins on Sunday when they were leading 21-17 when a punt in their own end zone led to a safety for Buffalo when Thomas Morstead hit the back of the linebacker on a punt. formation.

Miami overcame what was quickly called a “punt” by shutting down Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills twice in the final minutes to go on a 3-0 run at 21-19, which ended with Allen desperately trying to dunk the ball at the edge of shooting range from the game.

“I don’t like those shocking endings,” Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel said. “But I’m very, very happy for the team, because I know this: teams win football games and if you’re going to be successful in the long term, you have to be sure that any phase can win a football game for you, you can go go ahead and do it.

Dolphins linebacker Tua Tagavailoa left the game briefly in the second quarter, returning after halftime despite appearing disoriented with a head injury — which the team later clarified was actually a back problem. He finished with 186 yards and a touchdown ahead of River Cracraft.

The Dolphins’ defense did just enough to stop Josh Allen twice in the fourth quarter, the first goal-line drive since a rushing touchdown by Miami’s Chase Edmonds.

Allen threw an incomplete fourth down from the 2-yard line, ending a 17-play, eight-minute drive — and seemingly Buffalo’s chances of victory.

The Bills were without several quarterbacks, including Mickey Hyde, who was placed on injured reserve Saturday with a neck injury, and running back Dane Jackson, who suffered a neck injury last week against the Titans. The Dolphins’ 21 points were the most Buffalo has allowed all season.

The Dolphins are 3-0 for the first time since 2018 and are just one of two 3-0 teams, along with the Philadelphia Eagles, after Sunday’s game.

Miami is off to a good start as they try to make the playoffs for the first time since 2016.

The Colts got their first win over the Chiefs at home

We finally got some steam from the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, as they were able to beat the previously 2-0 Kansas City Chiefs at home with 20:17 left on Sunday thanks to touchdowns by Matt Ryan and Jelani Woods with 29 seconds left. in the game.

The truth is, there were plenty of jaw-dropping moments on Sunday, when the Indianapolis Colts rallied for a touchdown with 24 seconds left to steal a 20-17 home opener.

“It (stinks), man,” DT Chief Chris Jones said when asked about the unsportsmanlike conduct penalty he took on Indy’s final drive. “It was a third down, we came off the field, the defense was fighting hard, and I kind of put us in a situation to get back on the field. And then we scored and that sums up the game. So, I’ll take this one. It was my fault. It was definitely my fault.”

Jones thought he was just talking to Colts quarterback Matt Ryan and didn’t know she had painted the flag. Ryan said he wasn’t sure either.

According to the post-game report, referee Sean Smith explained that the call was an offensive word directed at an opponent, and further details will be included in the team’s report of the game. in any case, the result was the same — an extended drive that resulted in a loss.

But it wasn’t just Jones.

Sunday’s game was full of missed opportunities, from Skye Moore’s fumble at his own 4-yard line to another fumble that left Kansas City inside the 1-yard line.

Yes, the Chiefs converted a 2-point pass just before halftime to erase Matt Amendola’s missed extra point. But they couldn’t beat Amendola, missing a 34-yard field goal wide left to set up the Colts’ final drive.

Or the fake field goal Reed called on Kansas City’s previous possession. Instead of potentially extending the lead to 20-13, Tommy Townsend’s 42-yard touchdown pass fell incomplete.

“That’s one I probably shouldn’t have called,” Reid said. “The parity is crazy in this league, so any mistake is magnified. But we thought we could get her.”

Mahomes also wasn’t happy when the Chiefs (2-1) opted to run out the clock before halftime instead of trying to score again. This resulted in a short skirmish between the quarterback and offensive coordinator Eric Bienemee before Reed broke it up.

The Colts did enough on Sunday to move to 1-1-1 on the year and save themselves from a disastrous three-week start to the Matt Ryan era.

The new and improved Jaguars dominate the Chargers in Los Angeles

Not only did Trevor Lawrence and the Jacksonville Jaguars snap an 18-game losing streak on the road, they made a statement with a dominant second half that showed they could shake off their status as one of the worst franchises in the league.

Lawrence threw for 262 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday’s 38-10 rout of an ailing Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers.

The 28-point victory was Jacksonville’s biggest on the road since a 33-3 rout of Minnesota in 2001, when Lawrence was 2 years old.

“I think the way we played, there’s no denying that we’re a really good team. But in the end, it doesn’t really matter what it says about us. We know who we are,” said Lawrence, who completed 28 of 39 passes. “We played a full game and it’s a big two weeks for us.”

James Robinson rushed for 100 yards, including a 50-yard touchdown in the third quarter that proved to be the knockout blow. It was the first of three consecutive shots on goal by the Jaguars (2-1).

Jacksonville’s streak is the eighth-longest in league history. The Jags won in the Pacific for the fourth time in 19 trips and beat the Bolts on the road for the first time in six tries.

“It’s everything to this team, and that’s exactly what the guys who have been here a while are saying,” coach Doug Pederson said. “It’s nice to win on the road and travel around the country like that. I hope this is the beginning of things to come.”

The Jags now sit atop the AFC South at 2-1, ahead of the Colts 1-1-1, Titans 1-2 and Texans 0-2-1.

Other major Sunday storylines

The Eagles moved to 3-0 in a dominant win over the Commanders

The Vikings are coming back to upset Detroit

The Ravens beat the Patriots 37-26

The Panthers got their first win of the year against the Saints.

The Packers beat the Bucks in the defensive battle, 14-12