SEATTLE Russell Wilson found Sidney Rice behind the secondary for a 46-yard touchdown with 1:18 remaining, and Seattle rallied for 14 points in the final 7:31 to beat New England 24-23 on Sunday.
Wilson hit Braylon Edwards on fourth down for a 10-yard TD to get the Seahawks within 23-17.
After a pair of holds by Seattles defense, Wilson found Rice open on a double move. Steven Hauschkas extra point gave Seattle the lead.
Lions 26, Eagles 23 (OT)
PHILADELPHIA Jason Hanson kicked a 45-yard field goal in overtime, and the Detroit Lions rallied from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Philadelphia Eagles.
Held in check most of the game, Matthew Stafford led Detroit to 17 points in the fourth quarter. He threw a touchdown pass and ran for a score.
Falcons 23, Raiders 20 (OT)
ATLANTA Matt Bryant kicked his second game-winning field goal in three weeks, a 55-yarder with 1 second remaining.
Overcoming Matt Ryan's three interceptions, the Falcons (6-0) extended the best start in franchise history. But it wasn't easy against the pesky Raiders (1-4).
Ravens 31, Cowboys 29
BALTIMORE Jacoby Jones tied an NFL record with a 108-yard kickoff return, and Baltimore won its 14th consecutive regular-season home game
Dallas ran for 227 yards, most ever against the Ravens, and totaled 481 yards of offense. But the Cowboys (2-3) missed a 2-point conversion after closing to two points with 32 seconds left.
Dallas recovered the onside kick, and Dan Bailey was wide left on a 51-yard field goal try with 6 seconds left.
Buccaneers 38, Chiefs 10
TAMPA, Fla. Josh Freeman threw for 328 yards and three touchdowns, and Ronde Barber scored on a 78-yard interception return.
Freeman teamed with Mike Williams on a 62-yard scoring play in the first quarter and threw TD passes of 19 and 17 yards to former University of Northern Colorado star Vincent Jackson in the second half as the Bucs (2-3) stopped a three-game losing streak.
Browns 34, Bengals 24
CLEVELAND Rookie Brandon Weeden threw two touchdown passes, and Cleveland snapped an 11-game losing streak that dated to last season.
Cleveland had not won since Nov. 20, matching a franchise record for consecutive losses. But for the first time this season, everything fell into place for the Browns (1-5).
Jets 35, Colts 9
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. Shonn Greene ran for a career-high 161 yards and three touchdowns, Mark Sanchez was efficient, and Tim Tebow made a few big plays.
Even the Jets' maligned defense was able to shut down Andrew Luck and the Colts' offense as New York snapped a two-game losing streak that had many wondering if the season was about to spiral out of control.
Dolphins 17, Rams 14
MIAMI Ryan Tannehill threw two touchdown passes, and Miami withstood a late rally.
The Rams faced a fourth-and-8 at the Miami 48-yard line with 30 seconds left, and rather than go for a first down, coach Jeff Fisher sent out rookie Greg Zuerlein to try a 66-yard field goal, which missed wide left.
Redskins 38, Vikings 26
LANDOVER, Md. Robert Griffin III ran for 138 yards and two touchdowns, including a 76-yard scamper with 2:43 to play, and Washington snapped an eight-game home losing streak. One week after he left the game early with his first NFL concussion, Griffin also completed 17 of 22 passes for 182 yards with one touchdown and one interception.
Bills 19, Cardinals 16 (OT)
GLENDALE, Ariz. Jairus Byrds second interception of the game set up Rian Lindells 25-yard field goal 3:50 into overtime.
The loss ended Arizonas eight-game home winning streak.
Byrd picked off a pass from John Skelton, who had replaced the injured Kevin Kolb, and returned it 29 yards to the Arizona 6 to set up the winning kick.
Giants 26, 49ers 3
SAN FRANCISCO Antrel Rolle intercepted two passes by Alex Smith, and Prince Amukamara picked off another for New York in a rematch of last seasons NFC championship game.
After outscoring the Bills and Jets by a combined 79-3 the last two weeks, the 49ers (4-2) met their match again with Eli Manning and New Yorks top team. No overtime needed this time.
Packers 42, Texans 24
HOUSTON Aaron Rodgers set a career high and tied a franchise record with six touchdown passes three to Jordy Nelson and the Green Bay Packers routed the previously unbeaten Houston Texans.