TEXANS 27, JAGUARS 7
At Jacksonville, Fla., Arian Foster ran for 110 yards and a touchdown, Ben Tate added 74 yards and two scores and Houston dominated from the start.
The Texans improved to 2-0 for the third consecutive season by winning their fourth in a row against the AFC South-rival Jaguars, who started 0-2 for the third time in the last five years.
Jacksonville, which has never had a winning record after dropping its first two games, was far from competitive in the latest meeting. The Jaguars finished with a franchise-low 117 yards.
BILLS 35, CHIEFS 17
At Orchard Park, N.Y., C.J. Spiller scored twice and had 123 yards rushing in sparking Buffalo.
Ryan Fitzpatrick threw two touchdown passes, including a 49-yarder to Stevie Johnson, and Leodis McKelvin scored on an 88-yard punt return _ the second-longest in team history _ in the Bills’ home opener.
Buffalo’s high-priced defense had five sacks and forced three turnovers as the Bills (1-1) bounced back from a season-opening 48-28 loss to the Jets last week.
Dwayne Bowe scored both touchdowns for Kansas City, 0-2 for the sixth time in seven years.
BENGALS 34, BROWNS 27
At Cincinnati, Adam “Pacman” Jones returned Cleveland’s first punt 81 yards for a touchdown, and Andy Dalton matched his career high with three touchdown passes.
The Bengals (1-1) have won 13 of the last 16 against the Browns (0-2), who got impressive games from rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden and running back Trent Richardson. Weeden threw for two touchdowns, and Richardson became the first Browns rookie to run for 100 yards and score on a run and a pass.