NFL notes: Two minute drill for Week 4

Andrew Luck #12 of the Indianapolis Colts attempts a pass to Stanley Havili #39 during the game...

Andrew Luck #12 of the Indianapolis Colts attempts a pass to Stanley Havili #39 during the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field on September 29, 2013 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Sam Greenwood/Getty Images/AFP)

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Here's your two minute drill for Week 4:

COLTS 37, JAGUARS 3

Robert Mathis tied a career high with three sacks and Darius Butler returned an interception for a touchdown as visiting Indianapolis turned in a dominant defensive effort in a rout of Jacksonville.

Andrew Luck passed for 260 yards and two touchdowns and Trent Richardson had a rushing TD for the second straight game for the Colts (3-1).

Reggie Wayne hauled in five passes for 100 yards and a score and Coby Fleener added five catches for 77 yards and a TD.

BROWNS 17, BENGALS 6

Brian Hoyer engineered two long scoring drives that started inside the 10-yard-line Sunday and the Browns defence put the clamps on star receiver A.J. Green for a convincing 17-6 victory over the Bengals at FirstEnergy Stadium.

It was Hoyer's second start after taking over for injured Brandon Weeden. Hoyer threw three touchdown passes last week when the Browns beat the Vikings in Minnesota, 31-27.

The Browns and Bengals are 2-2.

CARDINALS 13, BUCS 10

Jay Feely kicked a go-ahead 27-yard field goal with 1:29 remaining as visiting Arizona rallied to ruin Tampa Bay quarterback Mike Glennon's first NFL start.

After Larry Fitzgerald's 13-yard TD catch with 3:06 left evened the score, the Cardinals (2-2) forced a three-and-out on the Buccaneers' ensuing possession.

Carson Palmer marched Arizona 29 yards in five plays to set up Feely's go-ahead kick, and Patrick Peterson intercepted Glennon to spoil Tampa Bay's potential game-tying drive.

VIKINGS 34, STEELERS 27

A change of continents seemed to do the trick for the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

Adrian Peterson rushed for 140 yards and two touchdowns and backup quarterback Matt Cassel passed for 248 yards and two scores to lead the Vikings to their first victory of the season, 34-27 over the winless Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night at Wembley Stadium in London, England.

The Vikings had to make a last-minute defensive stand to hang on as Everson Griffen sacked Ben Roethlisberger and forced a fumble on a third-and-goal play from the six-yard-line.

CHIEFS 31, GIANTS 7

Alex Smith tossed three touchdown passes and Dexter McCluster returned a punt 89 yards for a score late in the third quarter as host Kansas City improved to 4-0 for the first time since 2003.

Smith (24-for-41, 288 yards) overcame his first two interceptions of the season by finding Jamaal Charles and Dwayne Bowe for fourth-quarter touchdowns.

Third-string tight end Sean McGrath also had a 5-yard touchdown reception to highlight his five-catch, 64-yard performance as the Chiefs became the second team in NFL history to win its first four games following a two-win season.

LIONS 40, BEARS 32

Reggie Bush rushed for 139 yards, including 112 in the opening half, and scored on a 37-yard run as the Detroit Lions handed the Chicago Bears their first loss, 40-32, at Ford Field on Sunday.

Matt Stafford passed for 242 yards and a touchdown and also scored by recovering his own fumble as the Lions (3-1) moved into a first-place tie with the Bears (3-1) in the NFC North.

Detroit defensive tackle Nick Fairley added a 4-yard fumble return for a score and David Akers contributed four field goals.

BILLS 23, RAVENS 20

Kiko Alonso made a diving interception off a Joe Flacco pass with 57 seconds to go to preserve the Buffalo Bills' 23-20 upset of the Baltimore Ravens at Ralph Wilson Stadium Sunday.

It was Alonso's second interception of the game and the fifth against Flacco.

Cornerback Aaron Williams also had two picks, while safety Jim Leonhard had the other for the Bills, who like the Ravens are 2-2.

SEAHAWKS 23, TEXANS 20 (OT)

The Seattle Seahawks rallied from a two-touchdown deficit in the fourth quarter, stealing a 23-20 overtime victory over the Houston Texans to remain unbeaten Sunday at Reliant Stadium.

Seahawks kicker Steven Hauschka nailed a 45-yard field goal with 3:19 remaining in the extra session to cap the Seattle (4-0) comeback.

The Texans (2-2) had a pair of possessions in overtime but failed to mount a significant push behind quarterback Matt Schaub, who was booed throughout OT.

TITANS 38, JETS 13

The good news for the Tennessee Titans: They improved to 3-1 and tied Indianapolis for the AFC South lead Sunday with a 38-13 beating of the mistake-prone New York Jets at LP Field.

The bad news: Quarterback Jake Locker left the game in the third quarter with a right hip injury which was serious enough for him to be carted off the field, putting his availability for next week's unlikely showdown with 4-0 Kansas City into question.

Locker, who was 18-of-24 for 149 yards and three first half touchdowns, left with 11:14 remaining in the third quarter. While throwing an incomplete pass, he was drilled by Muhammad Wilkerson and then hit by Quinton Coples.

BRONCOS 52, EAGLES 20

Peyton Manning passed for 327 yards and four touchdowns and host Denver slowed down Philadelphia's up-tempo offence to win its 15th consecutive regular-season game.

Demaryius Thomas and Wes Welker each caught a pair of touchdown passes and Knowshon Moreno rushed for 78 yards and a score as the Broncos (4-0) rolled up a franchise record for points.

Eric Decker caught five passes for a team-high 88 yards for Denver.

The Broncos neutralized the Eagles' wealth of offensive weapons and made a pair of big plays on special teams, getting a 105-yard kickoff return touchdown from Trindon Holliday in the first quarter and returning a blocked punt for a score in the fourth.

Michael Vick was 14-for-27 for 248 yards and added 41 rushing yards but did not reach the end zone.

REDSKINS 24, RAIDERS 14

Robert Griffin III threw for 227 yards and the go-ahead touchdown pass as visiting Washington scored 24 unanswered points to earn its first win.

Pierre Garcon had six receptions for 59 yards, including a 5-yard scoring pass in the third quarter that put the Redskins ahead to stay, and David Amerson returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown as Washington erased an early 14-point deficit.

Griffin completed 18-of-31 passes, including a 28-yard pass that set up Roy Helu Jr.'s clinching 14-yard touchdown run with 6:59 to play.

CHARGERS 30, COWBOYS 21

Philip Rivers passed for 401 yards and three touchdowns and Antonio Gates caught 10 passes for 136 yards and one score as host San Diego defeated Dallas.

Rivers completed 35-of-42 passes for his second 400-yard outing of the season and fifth of his career.

Danny Woodhead had two scoring receptions for the Chargers (2-2) and a suspect defence allowing 470.7 yards per game blanked the Cowboys (2-2) in the second half.


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