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Dolphins hand Pats second straight loss

Raiders roll to become only unbeaten team

Posted: Monday, October 07, 2002

MIAMI -- Jay Fiedler threw two touchdowns and ran for another -- all on third down -- as Miami defeated New England 26-13 Sunday to take over sole possession of first place in the AFC East.

The Dolphins improved to 4-1, while the Patriots fell to 3-2 with their second straight defeat. They're 0-13 in Miami in September and October.

Raiders 49, Bills 31

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Rookie Phillip Buchanon returned an interception by Drew Bledsoe 81 yards with just over eight minutes left Sunday as the Oakland Raiders defeated the Buffalo Bills to remain the NFL's only unbeaten team.

Broncos 26, Chargers 9

DENVER -- Brian Griese threw for 316 yards and two touchdowns, and Denver held San Diego's LaDainian Tomlinson to 48 yards, a week after he tied the team record with 217 against New England.

Redskins 31, Titans 14

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Steve Spurrier found a new quarterback in rookie Patrick Ramsey, who relieved injured Danny Wuerffel and threw for 268 yards and two touchdowns.

49ers 37, Rams 13

SAN FRANCISCO -- The San Francisco 49ers pounded their biggest rivals with delight as Jeff Garcia threw for a touchdown and ran for another in a rout that left the defending NFC champions 0-5.

Jaguars 28, Eagles 25

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Rookie John Henderson sacked Donovan McNabb three times, and Bobby Shaw returned a punt 69 yards in the Jaguars' close victory.

Saints 32, Steelers 29

NEW ORLEANS -- Deuce McAllister ran for 123 yards and scored two touchdowns as the Saints improved to 4-1.

Buccaneers 20, Falcons 6

ATLANTA -- Keyshawn Johnson caught a 76-yard pass for his first touchdown of the season, and the Buccaneers got another defensive TD when Warren Sapp intercepted a pass and lateraled to Derrick Brooks.

Giants 21, Cowboys 17

IRVING, Texas -- Kerry Collins, who entered the game leading the NFC in passing yardage but had thrown for only one score, threw three TD passes to lead the Giants.

Cardinals 16, Panthers 13

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Bill Gramatica kicked a 50-yard field goal with 16 seconds left as Arizona improved to 3-2, its best start since 1991.

Chiefs 29, Jets 25

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Chiefs running back Priest Holmes ran for 152 yards and a touchdown, and his 19-yard touchdown reception from Trent Green with 27 seconds left handed the Jets their fourth straight loss.

Colts 28, Bengals 21

INDIANAPOLIS -- Peyton Manning threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, while Marvin Harrison caught nine passes for 145 yards and a touchdown as Indianapolis held off the winless Bengals.

Ravens 26, Browns 21

CLEVELAND -- For the second time in six days, Lewis turned a national TV game into his own prime-time special for three quarters as the Baltimore Ravens (2-2) built a big lead and held on to beat the Browns.

Lewis, Baltimore's unstoppable middle linebacker, had an interception, forced a fumble that he recovered and made four tackles before he injured his left shoulder and had to sit out the fourth quarter.

Cleveland (2-3) trailed 23-0 at the start of the fourth quarter, but with starting quarterback Tim Couch sitting dazed on the bench with a concussion, the Browns stormed back behind Kelly Holcomb.

After recovering an onside kick, the Browns moved the ball to the Ravens' 17 in the final minute, but Holcomb's final pass was picked off by safety Ed Reed.



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