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The Bills scored touchdowns on all five of their second-half possessions to overcome a 21-3 first-half deficit. The teams traded leads five times over the final 14:10.

Fred Jackson scored twice and had 117 yards rushing for the Bills (2-0) in their home opener. Fitzpatrick finished 28 of 46 for 264 yards and three touchdowns.

Jason Campbell went 23 of 33 for 323 yards and two scores for the Raiders (1-1) before having a final desperation pass intercepted by Da’Norris Searcy in the end zone. Officials needed 10 minutes to review the play to determine the call on the field was correct.

Cowboys 27, 49ers 24, OT

At San Francisco, Tony Romo, playing with a fractured rib, hit Jesse Holley on a 77-yard completion in overtime to set up Dan Bailey’s winning 19-yard field goal for Dallas.

Bailey kicked a tying 48-yard field goal as time expired in regulation after missing an early 21-yard attempt. Romo completed five of six passes on the tying drive, connecting on consecutive throws to Holley before finding him again in OT.

The third of Miles Austin’s three TD catches came with 6:55 left and pulled the Cowboys (1-1) within 24-21. The 49ers are 1-1.

Redskins 22, Cardinals 21

At Landover, Md., Graham Gano kicked a 34-yard field goal with 1:45 remaining as Washington rallied from an eight-point, fourth-quarter deficit.

The Redskins (2-0) beat the Cardinals (1-1) for the eighth time in a row. Santana Moss’ 18-yard catch on fourth down with 5:17 remaining pulled Washington within two, but the 2-point conversion attempt failed.

After a Cardinals punt, the Redskins got the ball back at their own 36 with 4:20 to play and drove to Arizona’s 16 to set up Gano’s kick.

The Cardinals had one final possession to try to win, but Chansi Stuckey fumbled after making a catch at Arizona’s 32.

Steelers 24, Seahawks 0

At Pittsburgh, Ben Roethlisberger threw for 298 yards and a touchdown as the Steelers put their opening week loss to Baltimore behind them.

Mike Wallace caught eight passes for 126 yards and a score and Rashard Mendenhall ran for 67 yards and a touchdown for the Steelers (1-1), who limited the listless Seahawks (0-2) to 164 total yards.

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