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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

According to ESPN Stats and Info, Chiefs are the sixth team since 1970 to kick seven field goals in a game but the first to lose in doing it.

Kickers are a mixed bag in Week 4

Plenty to see from place kickers on Sunday, from botched extra points and crushing moments to game-winners. The good, the bad and the ugly

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Two remarkable stats from the Jets' 27-14 win over the Dolphins. With seven catches for 128 yards, Brandon Marshall became the first Jet since Al Toon (1988) to have three straight 100-yard receiving days. The defense held Miami to 0-for-12 on third down and 0-for-4 on fourth down.

Vinatieri adds to record book

Adam Vinatieri kicked three field goals, including the game-winner in OT to beat the Jags as well as overtake Mike Vanderjagt atop the Colts' all-time scoring list. He's also the first player to score 1,000 points with two teams.


David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

How many people are asking who Panthers DE Ryan Delaire is after his two-sack performance against Tampa Bay?


Dickson on his unusual TD

Panthers TE Ed Dickson explains how he scooped up his teammate's fumble and ran it in for a TD.


Panthers turn teammate's fumble into TD

A fumble from Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart was picked out of the air by TE Ed Dickson for a long TD.


Rex: 'I'm proud of the way this team played'

Bills coach Rex Ryan after his team committed 17 penalties for 135 yards: "Now can we play a lot smarter? Absolutely. But I'll take a team that will fight over a team that won't."


Lynch inactive for Monday night

Marshawn Lynch was listed as a game-time decision for Monday Night Football vs. the Lions, but the Seahawks officially ruled out Beast Mode with a hamstring injury. Lynch also has been dealing with a calf injury this season, and only has 128 yards through three weeks. Rawls expected to start

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Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

QB Blake Bortles said offense just didn't make plays down the stretch. Getting Julius Thomas and Marqise Lee healthy will help but that was irrelevant today. Guys on field have to make plays, including himself.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers announce that WR Malcom Floyd suffered a concussion and will not return.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Maybe it was Jeremy Hill's attire that contributed to his bounce-back performance Sunday. Hill wore to Paul Brown Stadium a purple Kobe Bryant No. 8 Lakers jersey and a purple bucket hat. "Black Mamba" is his favorite player ... Kobe also is the name of Hill's dog.

Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

Arian Foster said he was not 100 percent but came out of the game fine. Foster laughed at a question about ball security with a "next question." He later said his fumble was his fault, not right tackle Derek Newton's fault. Newton's arm seemed to knock the ball from Foster's grasp. "I didn't play well," Foster said.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Cam Newton said the ball came out of Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart's arms like a "greased pig" when tight end Ed Dickson recovered in stride for 57-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Devonta Freeman said the line opened big holes for him which allowed him to score so easily. Also said he is never surprised with success, considering he was a national champ at Florida State.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Now this Newton (me) could style in this Cam Newton outfit.

Freeman's big day powers Falcons

Devonta Freeman scored three touchdowns in the Falcons' easy 48-21 win over the Texans.


Final: Colts 16, Jaguars 13 (OT)

  • IND TE Fleener: 9 rec, 83 yds, TD
  • IND QB Hasselbeck: 30-47, 282 yds, TD
  • JAC WR Hurns: 11 rec, 116 yds, TD
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Jay Gruden: We fought until the very end

Redskins coach: "We were men playing together for 60 minutes, and overcame a lot of adversity. Some guys making some big-time plays in big-time situations, and I'm proud of each and every one of those guys. They fought their tails off until the end."


Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills DT Kyle Williams says "reputation is out" that Bills are penalty-prone and other teams are trying to "goat" Bills into penalties, and officials are looking for it.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills DT Kyle Williams on penalties: "There were some things that were provoked today that weren't provoked vs. New England." Adds that officials were "looking for things, whether they're legitimate or not." References foul against Preston Brown when trying to strip ball from Giants.

Panthers defense stymies Buccaneers

Josh Norman had two of Carolina's 4 picks of Jameis Winston, returning one for a TD, in the Panthers' 37-23 win over the Buccaneers.


Browns have lead early

The Browns put the first points on the board with a 36-yard FG but the Chargers made it to the end zone first when Philip Rivers threw to Keenan Allen for a 28-yard TD. Cleveland answered back quickly with a TD by Duke Johnson Jr. The Browns lead the Chargers 10-7 in the second quarter. Follow live

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers cornerback Josh Norman asked a league official before Sunday's game if he could pretend to ride the football like a horse to celebrate a touchdown. He says the league official said "fine." The officials today penalized Norman for his celebration after a first-quarter pick-six. A fine could be coming.