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Falcons lost a TD in third quarter on a clipping penalty. Only seventh clipping call in NFL this season. First for Clete Blakeman crew.

Chiefs fight back against Bills

The Chiefs have lost 20 of their last 21 games in which they faced a 10-point deficit. Only win in that span: last year against the Bills. The Chiefs are now leading the Bills, 21-16, after trailing 10-0 earlier. Follow live


Milestone day for Rivers

Chargers QB Philip Rivers became the 17th QB to throw for 40,000 yards -- and the 4th-fastest to do so -- and passed Joe Montana for 12th on the career passing TD list with his big first half. San Diego leads 21-12 in Jacksonville midway through the third quarter. Follow live

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick said he trimmed his scruffy beard last week because he wanted to change his mojo. It's working. He has a season-high three TD passes as the Jets are blowing out the Dolphins, 21-0.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Quinton Dunbar is such a good story for the Redskins. He was an undrafted free agent receiver who was converted to corner because of injuries early in training camp to the secondary. Dunbars length and speed are very good. Both came in hand on his interception as he recovered after getting caught leaning a little off the line. His instincts are good, but his technique has needed refining. He's clearly improved.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets take a 21-0 lead on the Dolphins, who are not a come-from-behind team. Miami is getting closer to 4-7.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Seahawks inactives: WR Paul Richardson, CB Tye Smith, RB Marshawn Lynch, CB Cary Williams, LB Eric Pinkins, center Drew Nowak, G/C Kristjan Sokoli.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

This game is upside down for Chiefs. Offense is carrying the defense. We'll see whether the Chiefs can cover Sammy Watkins any better than they did in the first half.

Bengals extend lead with Pick-6

Nick Foles was intercepted deep in his own territory, and Leon Hall ran it back 19 yards for Cincinnati's first defensive TD of the season. The Rams are 0-3 this season when Foles throws an interception, and trail today 31-7. Follow live

Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

JJ Watt nearly got to Drew Brees several times, but finally did it in the third quarter of today's game. Watt now has 12.5 sacks this season and 69.5 in his career. This one came against the first NFL quarterback he ever sacked.

Ryan picked off in end zone

A promising Falcons drive came to an end when Matt Ryan threw an interception in the end zone, his second pick of the game. Ryan has thrown 5 interceptions in his past two games, after having just seven in the first nine games of the season. His four red-zone picks are the most in the NFL this season. Follow live

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins C Mike Pouncey is not in uniform to start the second half and his foot is in a boot. Although not official, he is out for the game.

Green gets into end zone again

For the second time this season, A.J. Green has a multi-TD game. The Bengals WR, who had been held without a score in his past three games, now has 6 TDs this season. Cincinnati leads St. Louis 24-7 midway through the third quarter. Follow live

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

CHARGERS 21, JAGUARS 9 (HALFTIME): San Diego is on its way to snapping a six-game losing streak, TE Antonio Gates has two touchdown catches in the first half, and San Diego's defense has kept Jacksonville out of the end zone.

Tom Brady ready to buck Broncos

New England Patriots QB Tom Brady is back on Facebook today with a post getting fans ready for Sunday night's game against the Denver Broncos. Check it out

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Getting better all the time

Stephen Curry's shooting from downtown during the Warriors' record 18-0 start has eclipsed his 3-point performance from the same number of games starting the past three seasons.


Redskins flipping switch vs. Giants

Washington isn't letting the fact that its lost four straight to New York affect it today. The Redskins allowed zero points and 117 total yards of offense to the Giants. They lead 17-0 at half. Follow live

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

BILLS 16, CHIEFS 14: (HALFTIME): The Chiefs are somehow down by just two points despite being unable to cover wide receiver Sammy Watkins. He's giving Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith fits. Watkins has six catches for 158 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Linebacker Justin Houston (knee) and offensive lineman Eric Fisher (leg) left the game with injuries and neither has returned.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

BUCCANEERS 12, COLTS 6 (HALFTIME): The Colts are barely getting any pressure on Buccaneers rookie quarterback Jameis Winston. Winston, the No. 1 overall pick in last springs draft, is having his way picking the Colts are apart. Winston was 9-of-15 for 130 yards and a touchdown in the first half. The Colts gave up a 56-yard run to Doug Martin, which set up the lone touchdown of the game. The Colts had the ball for 14:43 of the first half, but they only have two Adam Vinatieri field goals to show for it.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

RAIDERS 10, TITANS 6 (HALFTIME): Tennessee's one solid drive produced a Marcus Mariota-to-Craig Stevens 20-yard TD pass but the PAT was blocked. The Raiders won first-half time of possession with 18:04 and outgained the Titans 217-132. Oakland gets the ball to start the second half.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

WASHINGTON 17, GIANTS 0 (HALFTIME): The Giants were doing better when they didnt play. After a bye week and a Thanksgiving during which everything broke their way, the Giants are playing one of their worst games of the season so far Sunday. Eli Manning is 10-for-22 for 91 yards and two interceptions. Old nemesis DeSean Jackson roasted the Giants secondary for a 63-yard touchdown catch. Starting guard Geoff Schwartz is out with a broken leg, leaving the Giants with only two of their regular five starting offensive linemen healthy. The Giants have been outgained 238 yards to 117 and will need a big second-half comeback to avoid ending the day in a first-place tie with Washington at 5-6.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers inactives: RB Carlos Hyde, LB Ahmad Brooks, WR DeAndrew White, CB Chris Davis, LB Ray-Ray Armstrong, G Brandon Thomas, OL Ian Silberman