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_ Nate Clements, Bengals, blocked a late field goal try that would have tied the game and helped Cincinnati hold on for a 27-17 victory that kept Indianapolis winless.

_ Connor Barth, Buccaneers, kicked four field goals in Tampa Bay’s 26-20 win over New Orleans.

_ Shane Lechler, Raiders, threw to a wide-open Kevin Boss on a fake field goal to help lead Oakland past Cleveland 24-17.


_ Kurt Coleman, Eagles, became the first Philadelphia player with three interceptions in a game since Joe Scarpati in 1966, accomplishing the feat in a 20-13 victory.

_ Carlos Dunlap, Bengals, returned a fumble 35 yards for the clinching score, helping Cincinnati hold on for a 27-17 victory that kept Indianapolis winless.

_ Corey Webster, Giants, picked off two passes in New York’s 27-24 win over Buffalo.

_ Corey Peters, Falcons, came up with a late interception that helped Atlanta seal a 31-17 victory over the Panthers.

_ Julius Peppers, Bears, had two sacks in Chicago’s 39-10 win over Minnesota.


Cincinnati (4-2) matched its victory total from last season and ended a seven-game losing streak against Indianapolis with a 27-17 win Sunday. Meanwhile, the Colts fell to 0-6 for the fifth time in franchise history. … Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers had a 119.6 quarterback rating in the Packers‘ 24-3 win over St. Louis to become the first player in NFL history with a rating of 110 or more in each of the first six weeks to start a season. … New Orleans’ Drew Brees threw for 383 yards in the Saints’ 26-20 loss at Tampa Bay, becoming the first player in NFL history with 350-plus yards in four straight games. He has also completed at least 20 passes in an NFL-record 26 consecutive games. … Buffalo has scored at least 20 points in six straight games this season, the Bills’ longest run since 2006.


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