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“We’re going to be tough to beat when we play that well,” Rodgers said.

Chiefs 31, Cardinals 13

At Kansas City, Dwayne Bowe caught two touchdown passes, giving him a team-record six straight games with at least one score, and Kansas City (6-4) remained unbeaten at home. In his last six games, Bowe has 563 yards receiving and 10 touchdown catches. Thomas Jones also had two touchdowns.

The fifth straight loss for the Cardinals (3-7) dropped the two-time defending NFC West champions 2 1/2 games behind Seattle in the NFC West.

Jaguars 24, Browns 20

At Jacksonville, Maurice Jones-Drew followed a 75-yard reception with a 1-yard touchdown dive with 1:16 left as the Jaguars overcame six turnovers. Jones-Drew broke four tackles on a screen pass from David Garrard and weaved his way toward the end zone. Rookie Joe Haden made a touchdown-saving tackle that ended up taking precious seconds off the clock.

Jones-Drew scored two plays later, giving both teams dramatic finishes for the second time in as many games.

Cleveland (3-7) had a final chance to win this one, but Sean Considine tipped Colt McCoy’s pass to Mike Bell at the goal line. The pass bounced off Bell’s chest and landed in Considine’s arms.

Redskins 19, Titans 16 OT

Graham Gano kicked a 48-yard field goal with 8:17 left in overtime at Nashville.

Titans quarterback Vince Young left the game with an injured thumb on his throwing hand, and was replaced by rookie Rusty Smith.

Washington (5-5) snapped a two-game skid on a day when at least seven Redskins went to the sideline with injuries, including Clinton Portis with a re-injured groin.

Gano’s winner was his fourth field goal of the game. He also missed two _ a 51-yarder to end the first half and a 47-yard attempt at the end of regulation that fell short.

Donovan McNabb was 30 of 50 for 376 yards with a 5-yard touchdown pass to Santana Moss. The Titans (5-5) lost their third straight game.

Cowboys 35, Lions 19

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