Cowboys 33, Skins 30

ARLINGTON, Texas - David Buehler made a 39-yard field goal with 50 seconds left, giving Dallas (5-9) a victory over Washington (5-9).

By pulling it out, Dallas improved to 4-2 under interim coach Jason Garrett.

Redskins quarterback Rex Grossman tied his career high with four touchdown passes, but the game ended with him throwing an interception.

Washington 0 7 7 16 – 30

Dallas 10 10 10 3 – 33

First quarter

Dal–FG Buehler 42, 10:46.

Dal–Austin 3 pass from Kitna (Buehler kick), 4:09.

Second quarter

Dal–FG Buehler 20, 12:50.

Was–Torain 19 pass from Grossman (Gano kick), 9:35.

Dal–Witten 14 pass from Kitna (Buehler kick), 3:44.

Third quarter

Dal–Choice 3 run (Buehler kick), 12:06.

Was–Moss 10 pass from Grossman (Gano kick), 9:49.

Dal–FG Buehler 20, 4:26.

Fourth quarter

Was–Moss 5 pass from Grossman (Cooley pass from Grossman), 13:44.

Was–Cooley 5 pass from Grossman (Sellers pass from Grossman), 7:37.

Dal–FG Buehler 39, :50.

Attendance: 86,904.

Was   Dal

First downs 23   25

Total Net Yards 341   434

Rushes-yards 15-55   31-134

Passing 286   300

Punt Returns 0-0   2-54

Kickoff Returns 5-98   4-89

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   2-(-9)

Comp-Att-Int 25-43-2   25-37-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 5-36   2-5

Punts 4-39.5   2-41.0

Fumbles-Lost 1-1   2-0

Penalties-Yards 3-25   9-70

Time of Possession 24:39   35:21

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Washington, Torain 11-53, K.Williams 1-4, Moss 2-(minus 1), Grossman 1-(minus 1). Dallas, Jones 12-70, Choice 15-53, Kitna 4-11.

Passing: Washington, Grossman 25-43-2-322. Dallas, Kitna 25-37-0-305.

Receiving: Washington, Moss 8-72, Armstrong 5-100, Cooley 5-62, Torain 5-48, Sellers 1-27, K.Williams 1-13. Dallas, Witten 10-140, Hurd 4-35, Choice 4-31, Austin 3-38, Jones 2-47, Gronkowski 1-12, Bennett 1-2.

Missed Field Goals: Dallas, Buehler 35 (WL).

Panthers 19, Cards 12

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Jimmy Clausen outplayed John Skelton in a matchup of rookie quarterbacks, John Kasay kicked four field goals, and Carolina (2-12) beat punchless Arizona (4-10) to snap a seven-game losing streak.

Clausen threw only his second touchdown pass of the season in his first win in eight starts. Jonathan Stewart rushed for 137 yards and the Panthers gave coach John Fox a win in likely his final home game in Carolina.

Arizona 0 3 0 9 – 12

Carolina 6 7 6 0 – 19

First quarter

Car–FG Kasay 28, 10:22.

Car–FG Kasay 29, :14.

Second quarter

Car–King 16 pass from Clausen (Kasay kick), 8:42.

Ari–FG Feely 23, :36.

Third quarter

Car–FG Kasay 24, 12:12.

Car–FG Kasay 43, :27.

Fourth quarter

Ari–Breaston fumble recovery in end zone (run failed), 5:41.

Ari–FG Feely 30, :54.

Attendance: 71,849.

Ari   Car

First downs 11   16

Total Net Yards 218   303

Rushes-yards 17-43   45-177

Passing 175   126

Punt Returns 2-9   2-52

Kickoff Returns 6-174   2-35

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   1-34

Comp-Att-Int 17-33-1   13-19-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 3-21   2-15

Punts 6-42.2   3-33.7

Fumbles-Lost 2-1   1-1

Penalties-Yards 4-39   6-58

Time of Possession 23:04   36:56

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Arizona, Hightower 6-16, Wells 8-11, Skelton 2-10, Stephens-Howling 1-6. Carolina, Stewart 27-137, Goodson 10-21, Clausen 5-14, Fiammetta 3-5.

Passing: Arizona, Skelton 17-33-1-196. Carolina, Clausen 13-19-0-141.

Receiving: Arizona, Fitzgerald 9-125, Hightower 3-12, Breaston 2-42, Doucet 1-8, Spach 1-7, Stephens-Howling 1-2. Carolina, LaFell 3-33, Gettis 3-32, Goodson 2-27, Smith 2-22, King 1-16, Rosario 1-9, Stewart 1-2.

Missed Field Goals: None.

Bengals 19, Browns 17

CINCINNATI - Cedric Benson ran for a season-high 150 yards and a touchdown, and Cincinnati (3-11) ended a 10-game losing streak that matched the longest in franchise history.

Cincinnati took a straight-ahead approach against the Browns (5-9), who clinched their 10th losing record in 12 years since returning as an expansion team.

It was the third straight Bengals home game blacked out on local television.

Cleveland 7 0 0 10 – 17

Cincinnati 0 10 6 3 – 19

First quarter

Cle–Royal 20 pass from McCoy (Dawson kick), 12:08.

Second quarter

Cin–Benson 18 run (Stitser kick), 12:52.

Cin–FG Stitser 25, 4:19.

Third quarter

Cin–FG Stitser 39, 11:11.

Cin–FG Stitser 34, 3:33.

Fourth quarter

Cle–FG Dawson 23, 14:06.

Cin–FG Stitser 20, 9:58.

Cle–Robiskie 46 pass from McCoy (Dawson kick), 2:13.

Attendance: 56,342.

Cle   Cin

First downs 14   22

Total Net Yards 278   397

Rushes-yards 14-59   45-188

Passing 219   209

Punt Returns 0-0   2-26

Kickoff Returns 6-92   4-73

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 19-25-0   14-23-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 4-24   0-0

Punts 5-37.0   1-34.0

Fumbles-Lost 1-0   0-0

Penalties-Yards 3-25   6-55

Time of Possession 21:57   38:03

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Cleveland, Hillis 14-59. Cincinnati, Benson 31-150, Scott 8-40, C.Palmer 5-(minus 1), Leonard 1-(minus 1).

Passing: Cleveland, McCoy 19-25-0-243. Cincinnati, C.Palmer 14-23-0-209.

Receiving: Cleveland, Watson 7-92, Robiskie 5-82, Royal 2-29, Hillis 2-23, Massaquoi 1-11, Cribbs 1-4, Stuckey 1-2. Cincinnati, Caldwell 4-89, Ochocinco 2-36, Simpson 2-30, Shipley 2-14, Leonard 1-20, Cosby 1-11, Gresham 1-6, Kelly 1-3.

Missed Field Goals: None.

Bills 17, Dolphins 14

MIAMI - Ryan Fitzpatrick threw two touchdown passes and resurgent Buffalo (4-10) made itself at home in Miami, eliminating the Dolphins (7-7) from the AFC playoff race.

The Dolphins, who have won only once in Miami this season, again sputtered on offense. Chad Henne threw a costly interception and kicker Dan Carpenter went 0 for 4, missing from 48, 61, 53, and 48 yards.

Buffalo won for the fourth time in six games after starting 0-8. The Bills lost at home to Miami to open the season.

Buffalo 0 10 7 0 – 17

Miami 0 7 0 7 – 14

Second quarter

Buf–Nelson 18 pass from Fitzpatrick (Lindell kick), 10:37.

Buf–FG Lindell 29, 6:34.

Mia–Brown 6 run (Carpenter kick), 2:37.

Third quarter

Buf–St.Johnson 15 pass from Fitzpatrick (Lindell kick), 6:14.

Fourth quarter

Mia–Marshall 9 pass from Henne (Carpenter kick), 7:02.

Attendance: 65,511.

Buf   Mia

First downs 15   22

Total Net Yards 282   326

Rushes-yards 27-71   19-65

Passing 211   261

Punt Returns 1-34   1-0

Kickoff Returns 1-14   3-67

Interceptions Ret. 1-9   1-9

Comp-Att-Int 16-26-1   33-45-1

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-12   3-15

Punts 6-36.2   3-46.0

Fumbles-Lost 0-0   2-1

Penalties-Yards 5-44   4-35

Time of Possession 28:37   31:23

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Buffalo, Jackson 15-36, Fitzpatrick 3-19, Spiller 9-16. Miami, Brown 10-39, Williams 7-19, Curtis 1-6, Polite 1-1.

Passing: Buffalo, Fitzpatrick 16-26-1-223. Miami, Henne 33-45-1-276.

Receiving: Buffalo, St.Johnson 6-69, Nelson 3-61, Roosevelt 2-35, Spiller 2-21, Jones 1-29, Chandler 1-8, Stupar 1-0. Miami, Marshall 11-106, Bess 9-78, Williams 5-34, Fasano 3-30, Polite 2-6, Cobbs 1-13, Curtis 1-6, Brown 1-3.

Missed Field Goals: Miami, Carpenter 48 (WR), 61 (SH), 53 (WL), 48 (WR).

Lions 23, Bucs 20

TAMPA, Fla. - Dave Rayner's third field goal, a 34-yarder with 9 minutes, 51 seconds left in OT, gave Detroit (4-10) the win and ended the longest road losing streak in NFL history at 26 games.

Rayner kicked a 28-yarder as time expired in regulation to force the extra period against the Buccaneers (8-6). The Lions' last road win was on Oct. 28, 2007, at Chicago.

Detroit 7 3 7 3 3 – 23

Tampa Bay 0 14 0 6 0 – 20

First quarter

Det–Burleson 10 pass from Stanton (Rayner kick), 2:06.

Second quarter

TB–M.Williams 24 pass from Freeman (Barth kick), 12:29.

TB–Blount 39 run (Barth kick), 3:41.

Det–FG Rayner 41, :55.

Third quarter

Det–Morris 10 run (Rayner kick), 10:16.

Fourth quarter

TB–FG Barth 30, 8:51.

TB–FG Barth 26, 1:39.

Det–FG Rayner 28, :00.

Overtime

Det–FG Rayner 34, 9:51.

Attendance: 47,692.

Det   TB

First downs 26   22

Total Net Yards 433   403

Rushes-yards 28-181   28-176

Passing 252   227

Punt Returns 0-0   3-31

Kickoff Returns 6-91   4-76

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 23-38-0   22-33-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 0-0   3-25

Punts 4-39.5   3-39.3

Fumbles-Lost 0-0   0-0

Penalties-Yards 7-57   9-65

Time of Possession 33:05   32:04

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Detroit, Morris 15-109, Burleson 1-25, Stanton 2-24, Best 6-12, Logan 4-11. Tampa Bay, Blount 15-110, C.Williams 7-38, Freeman 5-29, Graham 1-(minus 1).

Passing: Detroit, Stanton 23-37-0-252, Logan 0-1-0-0. Tampa Bay, Freeman 21-32-0-251, J.Johnson 1-1-0-1.

Receiving: Detroit, C.Johnson 10-152, Burleson 4-28, Scheffler 3-18, Morris 3-10, Pettigrew 2-25, B.Johnson 1-19. Tampa Bay, M.Williams 6-96, Winslow 4-46, Benn 3-34, Graham 3-21, C.Williams 2-26, Spurlock 1-19, Gilmore 1-9, Stroughter 1-1, Purvis 1-0.

Missed Field Goals: None.

Titans 31, Texans 17

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Kerry Collins threw for two touchdowns and 237 yards, and Chris Johnson ran for a TD and 130 yards as Tennessee (6-8) snapped a six-game skid by beating Houston (5-9).

With the win and Indianapolis' downing Jacksonville, the Titans (6-8) kept their anemic playoff hopes alive for another week.

Houston (5-9) has lost seven of its last eight and never really was in this one.

Houston 0 3 7 7 – 17

Tennessee 21 3 7 0 – 31

First quarter

Ten–Washington 3 pass from Collins (Bironas kick), 10:20.

Ten–Gage 1 pass from Collins (Bironas kick), 6:38.

Ten–C.Johnson 11 run (Bironas kick), 2:32.

Second quarter

Hou–FG Rackers 37, 5:45.

Ten–FG Bironas 30, :00.

Third quarter

Hou–Johnson 12 pass from Schaub (Rackers kick), 9:17.

Ten–Ringer 7 run (Bironas kick), :28.

Fourth quarter

Hou–Walter 4 pass from Schaub (Rackers kick), 6:28.

Attendance: 69,143.

Hou   Ten

First downs 26   19

Total Net Yards 323   359

Rushes-yards 17-30   30-147

Passing 293   212

Punt Returns 1-12   1-2

Kickoff Returns 4-88   4-92

Interceptions Ret. 1-1   1-19

Comp-Att-Int 35-54-1   14-24-1

Sacked-Yards Lost 4-32   3-25

Punts 4-36.0   4-37.5

Fumbles-Lost 2-0   0-0

Penalties-Yards 9-66   12-76

Time of Possession 32:29   27:31

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Houston, Foster 11-15, Ward 6-15. Tennessee, C.Johnson 24-130, Ringer 4-19, Collins 2-(minus 2).

Passing: Houston, Schaub 35-54-1-325. Tennessee, Collins 14-24-1-237.

Receiving: Houston, Walter 7-79, Jones 7-50, Johnson 6-58, Foster 6-46, Daniels 4-45, Dreessen 4-36, Ward 1-11. Tennessee, Britt 6-128, Cook 3-42, Washington 2-20, Williams 1-39, C.Johnson 1-7, Gage 1-1.

Missed Field Goals: None.

Colts 34, Jaguars 24

INDIANAPOLIS - Peyton Manning threw two touchdown passes, and Donald Brown ran for another score as Indianapolis (8-6) stayed in the playoff hunt with a victory over Jacksonville (8-6).

The Colts share the AFC South lead with Jacksonville and can clinch the division by winning their last two games.

Jacksonville 0 10 7 7 – 24

Indianapolis 7 7 10 10 – 34

First quarter

Ind–Collie 7 pass from Manning (Vinatieri kick), 11:21.

Second quarter

Jac–FG Scobee 22, 14:13.

Ind–Collie 27 pass from Manning (Vinatieri kick), 9:51.

Jac–Thomas 78 punt return (Scobee kick), 3:51.

Third quarter

Ind–D.Brown 43 run (Vinatieri kick), 12:19.

Ind–FG Vinatieri 34, 8:47.

Jac–Sims-Walker 6 pass from Garrard (Scobee kick), 3:54.

Fourth quarter

Ind–FG Vinatieri 37, 9:57.

Jac–Sims-Walker 1 pass from Garrard (Scobee kick), 1:54.

Ind–Hagler 41 kickoff return (Vinatieri kick), 1:47.

Attendance: 67,147.

Jac   Ind

First downs 20   19

Total Net Yards 356   376

Rushes-yards 22-67   24-155

Passing 289   221

Punt Returns 4-99   1-3

Kickoff Returns 7-176   4-92

Interceptions Ret. 0-0   1-31

Comp-Att-Int 24-38-1   29-39-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 1-5   1-8

Punts 4-48.0   6-39.2

Fumbles-Lost 3-1   0-0

Penalties-Yards 6-55   6-68

Time of Possession 30:22   29:38

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Jacksonville, Jones-Drew 15-46, Jennings 3-13, Garrard 4-8. Indianapolis, D.Brown 14-129, Rhodes 9-26, James 1-0.

Passing: Jacksonville, Garrard 24-38-1-294. Indianapolis, Manning 29-39-0-229.

Receiving: Jacksonville, Jennings 7-64, Lewis 6-63, Sims-Walker 4-42, Thomas 3-63, Hill 2-40, Jones-Drew 2-22. Indianapolis, Collie 8-87, Tamme 7-34, Garçon 5-44, Wayne 5-34, White 1-16, Robinson 1-6, D.Brown 1-4, Rhodes 1-4.

Missed Field Goals: None.

Falcons 34, Seahawks 18

SEATTLE - Matt Ryan threw for 174 yards and three touchdowns, Jonathan Babineaux recovered a fumble for a touchdown, and Atlanta (12-2) wrapped up an NFC playoff spot by beating Seattle (6-8).

The Falcons won their eighth straight game, their longest winning streak since the 1998 Super Bowl season. Ryan had touchdown throws of 3 yards to Jason Snelling, 24 to Michael Jenkins, and 5 to Roddy White.

Atlanta 0 17 17 0 – 34

Seattle 7 3 0 8 – 18

First quarter

Sea–Lynch 1 run (Mare kick), 7:28.

Second quarter

Atl–Snelling 3 pass from Ryan (Bryant kick), 14:14.

Atl–FG Bryant 27, 4:51.

Sea–FG Mare 38, 2:05.

Atl–Jenkins 24 pass from Ryan (Bryant kick), :19.

Third quarter

Atl–Babineaux fumble recovery in end zone (Bryant kick), 10:12.

Atl–FG Bryant 25, 4:20.

Atl–White 5 pass from Ryan (Bryant kick), :52.

Fourth quarter

Sea–Whitehurst 1 run (Obomanu pass from Whitehurst), 8:29.

Attendance: 67,101.

Atl   Sea

First downs 21   15

Total Net Yards 266   234

Rushes-yards 37-98   21-91

Passing 168   143

Punt Returns 1-12   2-3

Kickoff Returns 1-46   4-76

Interceptions Ret. 2-38   1-17

Comp-Att-Int 20-35-1   18-33-2

Sacked-Yards Lost 1-6   2-11

Punts 4-45.0   4-41.3

Fumbles-Lost 2-0   2-1

Penalties-Yards 4-35   10-76

Time of Possession 35:25   24:35

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Atlanta, Turner 25-82, Ryan 6-6, Snelling 4-6, G.Johnson 1-4, Douglas 1-0. Seattle, Lynch 12-60, Whitehurst 3-10, Forsett 2-9, Washington 1-6, Hasselbeck 2-4, M.Robinson 1-2.

Passing: Atlanta, Ryan 20-35-1-174. Seattle, Whitehurst 8-16-0-83, Hasselbeck 10-17-2-71.

Receiving: Atlanta, White 7-65, Gonzalez 4-26, Snelling 4-15, Jenkins 3-48, Douglas 1-10, Peelle 1-10. Seattle, Williams 8-66, Morrah 2-14, Forsett 2-7, M.Robinson 2-7, Carlson 1-31, Lynch 1-17, Obomanu 1-7, Stokley 1-5.

Missed Field Goals: None.

Raiders 39, Broncos 23

OAKLAND, Calif. - Jason Campbell threw a 73-yard touchdown pass to Marcel Reece, and Jacoby Ford scored on a 71-yard run to help Oakland (7-7) overcome Tim Tebow's two long touchdowns in his first career start and beat Denver (3-11).

The win kept the Raiders in the hunt for a playoff berth for at least one more week.

Denver 14 3 3 3 – 23

Oakland 14 3 6 16 – 39

First quarter

Oak–Ford 71 run (Janikowski kick), 13:14.

Den–Tebow 40 run (Hauschka kick), 9:40.

Den–Lloyd 33 pass from Tebow (Hauschka kick), 7:38.

Oak–Bush 1 run (Janikowski kick), 3:20.

Second quarter

Den–FG Hauschka 46, 14:09.

Oak–FG Janikowski 49, 1:03.

Third quarter

Oak–FG Janikowski 35, 7:27.

Den–FG Hauschka 35, 5:03.

Oak–FG Janikowski 47, 1:29.

Fourth quarter

Oak–Reece 73 pass from J.Campbell (Janikowski kick), 14:32.

Den–FG Hauschka 45, 10:04.

Oak–Groves safety, 7:37.

Oak–Bush 1 run (Janikowski kick), 3:37.

Attendance: 44,246.

Den   Oak

First downs 9   20

Total Net Yards 235   502

Rushes-yards 33-106   41-264

Passing 129   238

Punt Returns 2-8   5-47

Kickoff Returns 8-171   7-138

Interceptions Ret. 2-40   0-0

Comp-Att-Int 8-16-0   15-26-2

Sacked-Yards Lost 2-9   0-0

Punts 7-43.9   4-37.0

Fumbles-Lost 2-1   1-1

Penalties-Yards 10-93   9-84

Time of Possession 26:03   33:57

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing: Denver, Tebow 8-78, Ball 15-20, Moreno 4-5, Buckhalter 6-3. Oakland, D.McFadden 20-119, Ford 1-71, J.Campbell 5-41, Bush 12-24, Reece 3-9.

Passing: Denver, Tebow 8-16-0-138. Oakland, J.Campbell 15-26-2-238.

Receiving: Denver, Lloyd 4-79, Gaffney 1-32, Buckhalter 1-17, R.Quinn 1-9, Moreno 1-1. Oakland, D.McFadden 4-39, Z.Miller 4-39, Ford 3-47, Reece 2-79, Heyward-Bey 1-20, Murphy 1-14.

Missed Field Goals: None.