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Rivers threw for 392 yards and three touchdowns, the final one a 26-yarder to Seyi Ajirotutu with 24 seconds remaining to give the Chargers a 41-38 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday and end a three-game losing streak.
Ron Rivera will return as coach of the Carolina Panthers next season following his team's strong finish.
Against the backdrop of an unthinkable tragedy, the Kansas City Chiefs gave themselves a reason to be proud Sunday — and perhaps the impetus to let the healing begin.
Backup quarterback Charlie Whitehurst threw a go-ahead 27-yard touchdown pass to Doug Baldwin, and Brandon Browner returned an interception 94 yards to clinch the Seattle Seahawks' 36-25 victory over the New York Giants on Sunday.
Clearly, Jay Cutler is trying to lead the Chicago Bears.
For Miami coach Al Golden, the waiting game continues.
Cam Newton quietly walked around as cameras swarmed Carolina's new kicker Olindo Mare. Newton peeked out from behind a lens and asked his Panthers' teammate, "How hot was it today?"
There goes Albert Haynesworth, heading from Mike Shanahan's Redskins to Bill Belichick's Patriots _ where he'll be joined by New England's other big pickup Thursday: Chad Ochocinco.
Jay Cutler finally got some protection.
Coordinator Mike Martz's offense has had its ups and downs in his first season in Chicago.
In their relentlessly frustrating search for a victory, the Buffalo Bills have now proven they're equally as bumbling on both sides of the border.
Jay Cutler has overcome several early hard hits to throw three touchdown passes, leading the Chicago Bears to a 27-20 victory over the Dallas Cowboys and giving them a 2-0 start for the first time since their Super Bowl season in 2006.
"I think his confidence level right now is very high," said tight end Greg Olsen, who caught the winning TD pass from Newton in Sunday's 20-16 victory at Miami.
"I'm very happy he's back," tight end Greg Olsen told The Associated Press.