Packers 34, 49ers 16

GREEN BAY, Wis. - Donald Driver's catch-and-run for a 61-yard touchdown broke open a tight game in the third quarter.

Greg Jennings caught six passes from Aaron Rodgers for 122 yards and a pair of touchdowns for Green Bay (8-4).

Vernon Davis had 126 yards receiving and a touchdown for San Francisco (4-8).

San Francisco 3 10 3 0 – 16

Green Bay 0 14 14 6 – 34

First quarter

SF–FG Reed 44, 11:49.

Second quarter

SF–FG Reed 26, 12:34.

GB–Jennings 57 pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick), 7:02.

GB–Kuhn 1 run (Crosby kick), 1:34.

SF–V.Davis 66 pass from T.Smith (Reed kick), 1:26.

Third quarter

GB–Driver 61 pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick), 11:52.

SF–FG Reed 23, 6:39.

GB–Jennings 1 pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick), 3:37.

Fourth quarter

GB–FG Crosby 43, 13:50.

GB–FG Crosby 24, 3:10.

A: 70,575.

SF   GB

First downs 11   21

Total Net Yards 269   410

Rushes-yards 22-97   34-136

Passing 172   274

Punt Returns 2-31   3-34

Kickoff Returns 7-100   5-84

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   1-7

Comp-Att-Int 10-25-1   21-30-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 4-22   4-24

Punts 5-47.2   3-43.3

Fumbles-Lost 0-0   0-0

Penalties-Yards 6-32   5-40

Time of Possession 22:49   37:11

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: San Francisco, Dixon 9-33, Westbrook 9-31, T.Smith 3-28, Walker 1-5. Green Bay, Starks 18-73, Rodgers 4-39, Kuhn 6-13, Jackson 4-13, Flynn 2-(minus 2).

Passing: San Francisco, T.Smith 10-25-1-194. Green Bay, Rodgers 21-30-0-298.

Receiving: San Francisco, V.Davis 4-126, Crabtree 3-45, Walker 2-19, Dixon 1-4. Green Bay, Jennings 6-122, Driver 4-73, Jackson 4-63, Nelson 2-15, J.Jones 2-8, Hall 1-9, Kuhn 1-4, Quarless 1-4.

Missed Field Goals: Green Bay, Crosby 29 (WL).

Chiefs 10, Broncos 6

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Jamaal Charles rushed for 116 yards and Matt Cassel threw a 3-yard pass to Leonard Pope for the only touchdown to lead Kansas City.

Knowshon Moreno rushed for 161 yards for Denver (3-9), which is enduring one of the worst stretches in franchise history, losing 17 of the last 22 games.

In spite of all their blunders, the Chiefs (8-4) stayed unbeaten in six home games and remained on top of the AFC West.

Chiefs coach Todd Haley, who refused to shake hands with Josh McDaniels after losing in Denver three weeks ago, embraced his counterpart this time and even gave him a pat on the head.

Denver 0 3 0 3 – 6

Kansas City 7 3 0 0 – 10

First quarter

KC–Pope 2 pass from Cassel (Succop kick), 1:15.

Second quarter

Den–FG Prater 25, 1:19.

KC–FG Succop 47, :03.

Fourth quarter

Den–FG Prater 41, 13:42.

A: 67,267.

Den   KC

First downs 13   21

Total Net Yards 247   359

Rushes-yards 23-161   39-185

Passing 86   174

Punt Returns 3-37   4-14

Kickoff Returns 3-49   3-60

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 9-28-0   17-31-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 4-31   2-22

Punts 7-41.1   7-41.9

Fumbles-Lost 1-1   2-1

Penalties-Yards 4-35   8-60

Time of Possession 22:46   37:14

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: D–Moreno 23-161. KC–Charles 21-116, Jones 11-53, McCluster 5-11, Cassel 2-5.

Passing: D–Orton 9-28-0-117. KC–Cassel 17-31-0-196.

Receiving: D–Lloyd 2-31, Gaffney 2-28, Royal 2-7, Decker 1-28, Moreno 1-14, Gronkowski 1-9. KC–Jones 4-54, Moeaki 4-54, Tucker 2-28, McCluster 2-25, Charles 2-20, Copper 2-13, Pope 1-2.

Saints 34, Bengals 30

CINCINNATI - Drew Brees threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Marques Colston with 31 seconds left, rallying New Orleans to its fifth straight victory.

The Saints (9-3) trailed for the first time after Clint Stitser made a 47-yard field goal with 4:25 to go, putting the Bengals (2-10) up, 30-27.

On fourth and 2 from the Cincinnati 7, the drew the Bengals offsides, and Brees threw his second TD pass on the next play.

New Orleans 3 10 7 14 – 34

Cincinnati 0 6 6 18 – 30

First quarter

NO–FG Hartley 48, 8:44.

Second quarter

Cin–FG Stitser 29, 13:03.

NO–Ivory 55 run (Hartley kick), 12:02.

Cin–FG Stitser 23, 9:41.

NO–FG Hartley 24, :13.

Third quarter

NO–Ivory 1 run (Hartley kick), 9:06.

Cin–Owens 5 pass from Palmer (kick failed), 3:54.

Fourth quarter

Cin–Benson 1 run (Stitser kick), 13:38.

NO–Meachem 52 pass from Brees (Hartley kick), 12:13.

CiBenson 4 run (Gresham pass from Palmer), 8:08.

Cin–FG Stitser 47, 4:25.

NO–Colston 3 pass from Brees (Hartley kick), :31.

A: 59,963.

NO   Cin

First downs 19   21

Total Net Yards 436   311

Rushes-yards 22-146   26-96

Passing 290   215

Punt Returns 1-2   2-30

Kickoff Returns 7-116   6-179

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   1-7

Comp-Att-Int 24-29-1   23-33-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-23   3-34

Punts 3-45.3   2-56.5

Fumbles-Lost 1-0   1-0

Penalties-Yards 11-100   7-43

Time of Possession 27:27   32:33

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: NO–Ivory 15-117, Bush 5-26, Jones 2-3. Cin– Benson 19-49, Scott 6-43, Leonard 1-4.

Passing: New Orleans, Brees 24-29-1-313. Cincinnati, Palmer 23-33-0-249.

Receiving: New Orleans, Moore 6-36, Meachem 3-106, Graham 3-72, Colston 3-65, Jones 3-6, Bush 3-0, Shockey 2-28, Henderson 1-0. Cincinnati, Owens 6-47, Ochocinco 5-96, Shipley 4-25, Gresham 3-43, Leonard 3-24, Benson 2-14.

Jaguars 17, Titans 6

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Maurice Jones-Drew ran for a career-best 186 yards and Rashad Jennings and David Garrard each ran for a touchdown for Jacksonville (7-5).

The win let the Jaguars take over first place in the AFC South when Indianapolis (6-6) lost to Dallas.

Tennessee (5-7) started veteran Kerry Collins at quarterback, but the Titans were unable to avoid their fifth straight loss.

The Titans have gone 13 quarters without scoring a touchdown.

Jacksonville 7 10 0 0 – 17

Tennessee 0 0 3 3 – 6

First quarter

Jac–Jennings 11 run (Scobee kick), 5:51.

Second quarter

Jac–Garrard 4 run (Scobee kick), 5:38.

Jac–FG Scobee 26, :00.

Third quarter

Ten–FG Bironas 37, 5:58.

Fourth quarter

Ten–FG Bironas 30, 12:05.

A: 69,143.

Jac   Ten

First downs 23   11

Total Net Yards 377   220

Rushes-yards 53-258   14-57

Passing 119   163

Punt Returns 0-0   1-4

Kickoff Returns 3-74   2-37

Interceptions Ret. 2-2   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 14-19-0   14-32-2

Sacked-Yards Lost 1-7   1-6

Punts 2-43.0   2-36.0

Fumbles-Lost 1-0   0-0

Penalties-Yards 4-31   4-30

Time of Possession 39:54   20:06

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Jacksonville, Jones-Drew 31-186, Jennings 10-44, Garrard 10-19, Miller 2-9. Tennessee, C.Johnson 13-53, Collins 1-4.

Passing: Jacksonville, Garrard 14-19-0-126. Tennessee, Collins 14-32-2-169.

Receiving: Jacksonville, Thomas 4-31, Lewis 3-36, Miller 3-34, Jennings 2-10, G.Jones 1-11, Jones-Drew 1-4. Tennessee, Cook 4-47, Washington 3-40, C.Johnson 2-14, Gage 1-25, Stevens 1-19, Moss 1-13, Scaife 1-7, Ringer 1-4.

Missed Field Goals: Jacksonville, Scobee 49 (BK), 48 (WR).

Browns 13, Dolphins 10

MIAMI - Mike Adams' interception set up a short field goal on the final play as Cleveland won in Miami for the first time since 1970.

When Browns lineman David Bowens deflected Chad Henne's third-down pass, Adams snatched the ball and ran 25 yards to the 2. On fourth down, Phil Dawson kicked a 23-yard field goal.

Cleveland (5-7) won for the fourth time in six games. The Dolphins (6-6) lost for the seventh time in their last eight home games.

The Dolphins' Dan Carpenter kicked a 60-yard field goal, which tied for the fifth-longest in NFL history.

Cleveland 0 3 7 3 – 13

Miami 0 3 0 7 – 10

Second quarter

Cle–FG Dawson 32, 1:43.

Mia–FG Carpenter 60, :02.

Third quarter

Cle–Watson 3 pass from Delhomme (Dawson kick), 1:16.

Fourth quarter

Mia–Fasano 11 pass from Henne (Carpenter kick), 10:27.

Cle–FG Dawson 23, :00.

A: 65,942.

Cle   Mia

First downs 12   17

Total Net Yards 252   281

Rushes-yards 22-52   32-114

Passing 200   167

Punt Returns 2-13   6-48

Kickoff Returns 3-47   2-48

Interceptions Ret. 3-43   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 24-34-0   16-32-3

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-17   1-7

Punts 9-48.7   7-49.7

Fumbles-Lost 1-0   1-0

Penalties-Yards 4-45   4-37

Time of Possession 29:24   30:36

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Cleveland, Hillis 18-57, Delhomme 4-(minus 5). Miami, Brown 16-50, Williams 10-48, Henne 5-17, Polite 1-(minus 1).

Passing: Cleveland, Delhomme 24-34-0-217. Miami, Henne 16-32-3-174.

Receiving: Cleveland, Watson 10-100, Hillis 7-22, Massaquoi 4-81, Robiskie 2-10, Stuckey 1-4. Miami, Bess 6-67, Fasano 4-41, Brown 2-27, Williams 2-19, Cobbs 1-11, Wallace 1-9.

Missed Field Goals: Cleveland, Dawson 47 (WL). Miami, Carpenter 41 (BK).

Bears 24, Lions 20

DETROIT - Jay Cutler threw a go-ahead touchdown pass to Brandon Manumaleuna one play after a questionable call midway through the fourth quarter to lift Chicago.

The NFC North-leading Bears (9-3) took advantage of referee Ed Hochuli's flagging of Ndamukong Suh for unnecessary roughness. Cutler then connected with Manumaleuna on a 7-yard pass with 8:39 left.

The Lions (2-10) have lost an NFL-record 19 games within the division for the longest such skid since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger.

Chicago 7 7 3 7 – 24

Detroit 7 10 3 0 – 20

First quarter

Det–Stanton 3 run (Rayner kick), 6:36.

Chi–Taylor 1 run (Gould kick), :03.

Second quarter

Det–FG Rayner 50, 9:31.

Chi–Forte 14 run (Gould kick), 4:40.

Det–C.Johnson 46 pass from Stanton (Rayner kick), :34.

Third quarter

Det–FG Rayner 25, 12:38.

Chi–FG Gould 54, 2:40.

Fourth quarter

Chi–Manumaleuna 7 pass from Cutler (Gould kick), 8:39.

A: 58,119.

Chi   Det

First downs 23   14

Total Net Yards 311   302

Rushes-yards 28-114   27-134

Passing 197   168

Punt Returns 2-37   1-19

Kickoff Returns 5-101   3-116

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 21-26-0   16-24-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 4-37   2-10

Punts 3-45.0   4-43.3

Fumbles-Lost 1-1   1-0

Penalties-Yards 4-25   6-42

Time of Possession 33:19   26:41

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Chicago, Forte 13-64, Taylor 9-33, Cutler 5-12, Hester 1-5. Detroit, Best 9-65, Morris 10-37, Logan 2-18, Stanton 5-12, Felton 1-2.

Passing: Chicago, Cutler 21-26-0-234. Detroit, Stanton 16-24-0-178.

Receiving: Chicago, Bennett 7-104, Taylor 5-31, Knox 3-34, Forte 2-36, Manumaleuna 2-23, Olsen 1-5, Hester 1-1. Detroit, Pettigrew 5-36, C.Johnson 3-66, Burleson 3-27, Scheffler 2-9, Best 1-32, Heller 1-5, Morris 1-3.

Raiders 28, Chargers 13

SAN DIEGO - Jason Campbell ran for one touchdown and threw for another and Darren McFadden ran for 97 yards and a TD as Oakland puts a serious dent in the playoff hopes of four-time defending AFC West champion San Diego.

The Chargers (6-6) now trail Kansas City by two games with four to play.

Oakland (6-6) revived a running game that had been stopped in two straight losses, ripping through the Chargers for 251 yards.

Oakland 14 7 0 7 – 28

San Diego 0 3 3 7 – 13

First quarter

Oak–J.Campbell 9 run (Janikowski kick), 8:35.

Oak–Ford 4 pass from J.Campbell (Janikowski kick), :30.

Second quarter

SD–FG Kaeding 39, 11:05.

Oak–Bush 7 run (Janikowski kick), 4:07.

Third quarter

SD–FG Kaeding 33, :44.

Fourth quarter

SD–Gates 4 pass from Rivers (Kaeding kick), 9:59.

Oak–D.McFadden 7 run (Janikowski kick), 4:35.

A: 68,183.

Oak   SD

First downs 22   18

Total Net Yards 368   286

Rushes-yards 52-251   8-21

Passing 117   265

Punt Returns 2-17   1-0

Kickoff Returns 4-80   3-61

Interceptions Ret. 1-15   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 10-16-0   23-39-1

Sacked-Yards Lost 1-0   4-15

Punts 4-40.0   2-50.5

Fumbles-Lost 1-1   1-1

Penalties-Yards 13-105   3-19

Time of Possession 38:39   21:21

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Oakland, D.McFadden 19-97, Bush 23-95, J.Campbell 7-37, Heyward-Bey 1-14, Reece 1-5, Ford 1-3. San Diego, Tolbert 7-16, Rivers 1-5.

Passing: Oakland, J.Campbell 10-16-0-117. San Diego, Rivers 23-39-1-280.

Receiving: Oakland, Reece 3-42, D.McFadden 3-30, Murphy 2-36, Z.Miller 1-5, Ford 1-4. San Diego, Gates 6-73, Tolbert 6-47, Floyd 5-72, Ajirotutu 2-44, Naanee 1-14, Washington 1-14, McMichael 1-9, Sproles 1-7.

Missed Field Goals: San Diego, Kaeding 50 (SH).

Seahawks 31, Panthers 14

SEATTLE - Marshawn Lynch rushed for a career-high three touchdowns, Lofa Tatupu returned an interception 26 yards for a TD, and Seattle used a 21-point third quarter to rally past the NFL's worst team.

Lynch scored on a pair of 1-yard runs in the third quarter, sandwiched around Tatupu's interception of Carolina rookie Jimmy Clausen.

Lynch added a 22-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter as Seattle (6-6) avoided an embarrassing loss and stayed even with St. Louis in the NFC West race.

Carolina (1-11) dominated the first half but couldn't hold off the Seahawks.

Carolina 7 7 0 0 – 14

Seattle 0 3 21 7 – 31

First quarter

Car–Goodson 6 run (Kasay kick), 10:51.

Second quarter

Car–Stewart 3 run (Kasay kick), 8:05.

Sea–FG Mare 24, :38.

Third quarter

Sea–Lynch 1 run (Mare kick), 10:46.

Sea–Tatupu 26 interception return (Mare kick), 9:18.

Sea–Lynch 1 run (Mare kick), 6:09.

Fourth quarter

Sea–Lynch 22 run (Mare kick), 4:24.

A: 66,577.

Car   Sea

First downs 18   25

Total Net Yards 283   371

Rushes-yards 30-131   31-161

Passing 152   210

Punt Returns 3-10   4-92

Kickoff Returns 6-130   3-47

Interceptions Ret. 2-16   1-26

Comp-Att-Int 18-34-1   17-30-2

Sacked-Yards Lost 3-17   3-19

Punts 7-45.6   3-51.0

Fumbles-Lost 1-0   0-0

Penalties-Yards 8-53   4-20

Time of Possession 30:30   29:30

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Carolina, Stewart 21-92, Goodson 3-19, Sutton 4-17, Fiammetta 1-3, Clausen 1-0. Seattle, Lynch 21-83, Forsett 6-60, M.Robinson 1-14, Washington 2-5, Hasselbeck 1-(minus 1).

Passing: Carolina, Clausen 18-34-1-169. Seattle, Hasselbeck 17-30-2-229.

Receiving: Carolina, Smith 3-54, LaFell 3-33, Rosario 3-26, Sutton 3-14, Fiammetta 2-17, Gettis 2-16, Stewart 1-7, King 1-2. Seattle, Stokley 4-47, Butler 4-43, Morrah 3-69, Obomanu 2-40, Tate 2-13, Lynch 1-17, M.Robinson 1-0.

Missed Field Goals: Seattle, Mare 47 (WR).

Rams 19, Cardinals 6

GLENDALE, Ariz. - Steven Jackson ran for 102 yards, including 27 on the game's lone touchdown, and Josh Brown kicked four field goals as St. Louis (6-6) won consecutive road games for the first time in more than three years.

The Rams (6-6) also ended an eight-game losing streak against Arizona (3-2), which dropped its seventh in a row.

Rookie quarterback John Skelton made his debut for Arizona in the fourth quarter after Derek Anderson was benched and Max Hall went out with a shoulder injury.

St. Louis 3 6 7 3 – 19

Arizona 6 0 0 0 – 6

First quarter

Ari–FG Feely 45, 11:14.

Ari–FG Feely 41, 5:26.

StL–FG Jo.Brown 28, :24.

Second quarter

StL–FG Jo.Brown 52, 10:23.

StL–FG Jo.Brown 20, :04.

Third quarter

StL–Jackson 27 run (Jo.Brown kick), 7:40.

Fourth quarter

StL–FG Jo.Brown 43, 14:55.

A: 61,874.

StL   Ari

First downs 18   14

Total Net Yards 288   224

Rushes-yards 36-119   19-105

Passing 169   119

Punt Returns 3-82   3-18

Kickoff Returns 3-78   6-146

Interceptions Ret. 2-24   1-10

Comp-Att-Int 18-29-1   11-29-2

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-18   4-29

Punts 4-50.0   6-43.8

Fumbles-Lost 0-0   1-0

Penalties-Yards 2-15   6-54

Time of Possession 33:46   26:14

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: St. Louis, Jackson 28-102, Darby 4-10, Bradford 3-7, Amendola 1-0. Arizona, Hightower 15-81, Wells 3-24, Stephens-Howling 1-0.

Passing: St. Louis, Bradford 18-29-1-187. Arizona, Anderson 7-20-1-93, Skelton 3-6-0-45, Hall 1-3-1-10.

Receiving: St. Louis, B.Gibson 6-54, Fells 3-18, Bajema 2-39, Robinson 2-24, Alexander 2-20, Amendola 1-17, Jackson 1-13, Darby 1-2. Arizona, Fitzgerald 4-61, Breaston 3-62, Maui'a 1-10, Dray 1-6, Hightower 1-5, Doucet 1-4.