Buffalo 30, Tampa Bay 27
The Buffalo Bills made mistakes in the fourth quarter on Sunday. But they redeemed themselves with game-saving plays.
Chicago 17, Carolina 3
Chicago Bears safety Eddie Jackson picked off a pass and looked toward the end zone.
Tennessee 12, Cleveland 9
Ryan Succop scored all of Tennessee's points Sunday and capped his four field-goal day on a 47-yard kick with 1:55 left in overtime to give the Titans a 12-9 victory over the Cleveland Browns.
New Orleans 26, Green Bay 17
Drew Brees threw his 500th career touchdown pass but was more excited about another number.
Jacksonville 27, Indianapolis 0
With star running back Leonard Fournette sidelined Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts because of an ankle injury, the Jacksonville Jaguars needed to find their offense through the air.
L.A. Rams 33, Arizona 0
Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley II expressed displeasure with having to make the long trip from the West Coast to London in the days leading up to Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Miami 31, N.Y. Jets 28
After New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson caught an 18-yard, first-quarter touchdown pass on Sunday, he jumped into a first-row, end-zone seat and put his feet up at Hard Rock Stadium.
Minnesota 24, Baltimore 16
The Baltimore Ravens' defense did its part, holding the Minnesota Vikings to just one touchdown on Sunday.
Dallas 40, San Francisco 10
Getting a week off then playing the winless San Francisco 49ers turned out to be the perfect formula for the Dallas Cowboys to get back on track.
Pittsburgh 29, Cincinnati 14
The Pittsburgh Steelers are learning that in spite of the explosive potential of their passing game, Le'Veon Bell sets the tone.
L.A. Chargers 21, Denver 0
The Chargers' Casey Hayward is new to Los Angeles, but he's learning fast. When he dressed for Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos, he saluted Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw by wearing his jersey.
Seattle 24, N.Y. Giants 7
Quarterback Russell Wilson threw three second-half touchdown passes to give the Seattle Seahawks a 24-7 win over the New York Giants on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
New England 23, Atlanta 7
The New England Patriots made sure the Super Bowl rematch turned out to be a dud.