Monday, Oct. 13
N.Y. Giants at Cleveland (8:30 p.m. EDT). Giants (4-0) seek their 12th straight road victory against a Browns (1-3) team badly in need of a big win.
-Drew Brees, Saints, was 26-of-30 for 320 yards and three touchdowns in New Orleans' 34-3 win over Oakland.
-Matt Ryan, Falcons, was 22-of-31 for a career-best 301 yards and a TD in Atlanta's 22-20 win over Chicago.
-Donovan McNabb, Eagles, passed for 280 yards and two touchdowns in Philadelphia's 40-26 win over San Francisco.
-David Garrard, Jaguars, completed 25 of 34 passes for 276 yards and a TD in Jacksonville's 24-17 win over Denver.
-Matt Schaub, Texans, was 22-of-42 for 379 yards in Houston's 29-28 win over Miami.
-Peyton Manning, Colts, was 19-of-28 for 271 yards and three touchdowns in Indianapolis' 31-3 win over Baltimore.
-Clinton Portis, Redskins, ran 21 times for 129 yards and two touchdowns in Washington's 19-17 loss to St. Louis.
-Maurice Jones-Drew, Jaguars, ran for 125 yards and two TDs in Jacksonville's 24-17 win over Denver. Michael Pittman, Broncos, rushed 20 times for 109 yards.
-Warrick Dunn, Buccaneers, had 115 yards on 22 carries in Tampa Bay's 27-3 win over Carolina.
-Adrian Peterson, Vikings, rushed for 111 yards in Minnesota's 12-10 win over Detroit.
-Thomas Jones, Jets, ran for two touchdowns and caught another score in New York's 26-14 win over Cincinnati.
-Andre Johnson, Texans, had a franchise-record 178 yards receiving in Houston's 29-28 win over Miami. Patrick Cobbs, Dolphins, had 138 yards and 2 TDs receiving.
-Roddy White, Falcons, had nine catches for 112 yards and a score in Atlanta's 22-20 win over Chicago.
-Steve Smith, Panthers, had six catches for 112 yards in Carolina's 27-3 loss to Tampa Bay.
-Bernard Berrian, Vikings, had five catches for 131 yards and a TD in Minnesota's 12-10 win over Detroit.
-Reggie Wayne, Colts, had eight catches for 118 yards and a TD in Indianapolis' 31-3 win over Baltimore.
-Marion Barber, Cowboys, had 11 catches for 128 yards and a TD plus 17 carries for 45 yards in Dallas' 30-24 TO loss to Arizona.
-J.J. Arrington, Cardinals, returned the opening kickoff 93 yards for a touchdown in Arizona's 30-24 OT win over Dallas. Sean Morey blocked a punt and Monty Beisel returned it 3 yards for the winning TD. The Cowboys' Nick Folk hit a 52-yard field goal to send the game to overtime.
-Jason Elam, Falcons, made five field goals, including the game-winner, in Atlanta's 22-20 win over Chicago.
-Jacoby Jones, Texans, had a 70-yard punt return for a touchdown in Houston's 29-28 win over Miami.
-Geno Hayes, Buccaneers, blocked a punt and returned it 22 yards for a TD in Tampa Bay's 27-3 win over Carolina.
-Donald Strickland, 49ers, returned a blocked field goal 41 yards for a touchdown in San Francisco's 40-26 loss to Philadelphia.
-Kevin Williams, Vikings, had four sacks in Minnesota's 12-10 win over Detroit.
-Oshiomogho Atogwe, Rams, returned a fumble 75 yards for a touchdown in St. Louis' 19-17 win over Washington.
-Mario Williams, Texans, had two sacks and forced a fumble in Houston's 29-28 win over Miami.
RECORDS AND MILESTONES
Sunday was the first time since 1970 that the winning points were scored in the final 10 seconds of the fourth quarter in four games in a single NFL weekend. ... The Cardinals became the first team in NFL history to block a punt to score the winning TD in overtime in their 30-24 win over Dallas. ... Jim Haslett won in his St. Louis head coaching debut, beating the Redskins 19-17. ... The Eagles' Donovan McNabb surpassed Ron Jaworski to become the franchise leader in career pass attempts and yards passing in Philadelphia's 40-26 win over San Francisco. ... Atlanta (4-2) already has matched its win total from 2007 after beating Chicago 22-20. ... Miami's Ricky Williams scored his first touchdown since 2005 in the Dolphins' 29-28 loss to Houston. ... Indianapolis' Marvin Harrison caught two TD passes in a game for the first time since Dec. 24, 2006, in the Colts' 31-3 win over Baltimore. That gave him 126 TDs in his career, moving him past Walter Payton and into 10th on the league list. ... The Saints' Reggie Bush reached 200 career catches in his 34th game, New Orleans' 34-3 win over Oakland. That ties him with Arizona receiver Anquan Boldin as the quickest NFL player to reach 200. ... The Texans set a franchise record with 485 yards of offense in their 29-28 win over Miami. ... Bernard Berrian has posted two straight 100-yard games after Minnesota's 12-10 win over Detroit, the first Vikings receiver to do that since Nate Burleson in December 2004.
The Rams snapped an eight-game losing streak by beating Washington 19-17. ... Washington's Clinton Portis had his third straight 100-yard rushing game . ... Houston's Matt Schaub had his second straight 300-yard passing game in beating Miami 29-28. ... Detroit lost for the 11th time in a row at the Metrodome after falling to the Vikings 12-10. ... Cincinnati dropped to 0-6 for the third time since 2000 after its 26-14 loss to the Jets. ... The Broncos lost at home for the first time since last Oct. 29 against Green Bay when they fell 24-17 to the Jaguars.
The Redskins came in as the only team in NFL history to open a season with no offensive turnovers through its first five games but had four fumbles in six possessions in their 19-17 loss to the Rams. St. Louis won despite being outgained 368-200. ... In a 20-minute stretch spanning last week's win over Houston and this week's win over Baltimore, the Colts outscored their opponents 38-0 and forced five turnovers. The Texans had turnovers on five straight possessions dating to last week after turning the ball over on the first two drives of their 29-28 win over Miami. ... The Bengals gained just 43 yards rushing on 21 carries, with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick's 23 leading the way, in their 26-14 loss to the Jets. The Bengals' average starting position was their 20, while the Jets' was their 46. ... The Saints' Drew Brees connected on his first 16 throws, one short of his franchise record in New Orleans' 34-3 win over Oakland. Of his four incompletions, two were throwaways. Brees had a career-high passer rating of 144.4, 104 points better than opposing QB JaMarcus Russell's 40.1.
Colts RB Joseph Addai left in the first quarter of Indianapolis' 31-3 win over the Baltimore Ravens with a hamstring injury. ... Jaguars RB Fred Taylor returned midway through the third quarter after sitting out most of the first half following a blow to the head in their 24-17 win over the Broncos.
Josh Brown kicked a 49-yard field goal on the last play of the game as previously winless St. Louis beat Washington 19-17. ... Jason Elam made a 48-yard field goal on the final play as the Falcons beat the Bears 22-20. ... Matt Schaub ran for a 3-yard touchdown with 3 seconds left as the previously winless Texans beat the Dolphins 29-28. ... Ryan Longwell kicked a 26-yard field goal with 9 seconds left as Minnesota beat Detroit 12-10. ... Sean Morey blocked Mat McBriar's punt and Monty Beisel scooped up the ball and scored from 3 yards out to give the Cardinals a 30-24 overtime victory over the Cowboys.
``I've been in some wild games, but I think this one trumps them all.'' -Rookie quarterback Matt Ryan on the Falcons' wild 22-20 win over Chicago.
``I hope we get an apology, but that's not going to get us a win. And that really took us away from getting the 'W' today.'' -Detroit's Leigh Bodden after he was called for a questionable pass interference penalty that helped set up the winning field goal in the Lions' 12-10 loss to the Vikings.