NFL Roundup: Ravens shake off Bengals' miracle, win in OT
After Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton forced overtime with a 51-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Green as time expired, the Baltimore Ravens escaped with a 20-17 overtime victory on a 46-yard field goal by Justin Tucker on their first possession of the extra period.
With the win, the Ravens (4-5) got back in the race for the AFC North title and trail the first-place Bengals by two games.
In other NFL games:
Panthers 10, 49ers 9
Gano's kick early in the fourth quarter provided the final score as the Panthers (6-3) won their fifth straight game and snapped the 49ers' (6-3) five-game winning streak.
Rams 38, Colts 8
Austin, the Rams' first-round pick, helped the Rams (4-6) snap a three-game losing streak.
Jaguars 29, Titans 27
Scoring on its first drive of each half and deriving help from numerous Tennessee Titans mistakes, Jacksonville earned its first win of the season.
Broncos 28, Chargers 20
Three of Manning's touchdown passes went to wide receiver Demaryius Thomasas the tandem led the Broncos (8-1).
The Chargers, trailing 28-6, rallied in the second half. Quarterback Philip Riversfinished 19 of 29 for 218 yards and a touchdown for the Chargers (4-5), who have lost two straight.
Lions 21, Bears 19
Johnson had 83 yards receiving, with his second TD giving Detroit (6-3) a 21-13 edge with 2:22. The catch also gave Johnson 63 career receiving TDs, which passed Herman Moore for the franchise record.
Backup Josh McCown drove Chicago (5-4) to a score with under a minute left, but they could not complete the tying two-point conversion as the Lions moved one game in front of Chicago and the Green Bay Packers.
Seahawks 33, Falcons 10
The Seahawks (9-1) have won five in a row and are the NFC's only one-loss team.
Eagles 27, Packers 13
Quarterback Nick Foles threw two long touchdown passes to wide receiver Riley Cooper and another to wide receiver DeSean Jackson, and running back LeSean McCoy had 155 rushing yards for the Eagles (5-5), who improved to 5-1 on the road.
Tolzien was solid in defeat for the Packers (5-4), completing 24 of 39 passes for 280 yards and a score.
Cardinals 27, Texans 24
Case Keenum threw three touchdown passes for Houston, but it was not enough as the Texans (2-7) lost a franchise record seventh consecutive game.
Already without head coach Gary Kubiak following his collapse last Sunday after suffering a mini-stroke, the Texans also learned they would be without running backArian Foster for the remainder of the season as he prepares to have surgery to repair a bulging disk in his back.
Giants 24, Raiders 20
Thomas picked off Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor in the third quarter, while running back Andre Brown had 30 carries, 115 yards and a score in his first game since suffering a broken leg in November of 2012.
Steelers 23, Bills 10
Saints 49, Cowboys 17
Quarterback Drew Brees riddled an injury-depleted Dallas Cowboys defense for 392 passing yards and four touchdowns, and the New Orleans Saints set an NFL record with 40 first downs in a commanding win.
While Brees completed 19 consecutive passes en route to a 34-of-41 night, Romo finished 10 of 24 for 128 yards and one touchdown.
The Saints piled up 625 yards of total offense.