Janikowski's late FG spoils Rosen's 1st start

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Sebastian Janikowski, who had missed twice earlier in the game, kicked a 52-yard field goal as time expired to give Seattle a 20-17 victory over Arizona on Sunday and spoil the debut of Cardinals rookie Josh Rosen as the starting quarterback.

The Seahawks (2-2) mounted their winning drive after Phil Dawson missed a 45-yard field goal that would have given the lead to Arizona (0-4) with 1:50 to play.

The Cardinals are 0-4 for the first time since 1986, two years before they moved from St. Louis.

Rosen completed 15 of 27 passes for 180 yards and a touchdown with no interceptions.

He threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Chad Williams to tie it at 17-17 with 8:59 to play, then directed the drive to set up Dawson’s errant field goal try. Dawson also missed from 50 in the game.

Seattle’s Earl Thomas was hurt on the Arizona TD pass and carted to the locker room with a left leg injury.

Jankowski missed field goals of 38 and 52 yards.

Mike Davis rushed for 101 yards and a pair of touchdowns in 21 carries after being pushed into extra duty by the absence of starter Chris Collins, out with a hip injury.

Davis scored on a 20-yard sweep early and bulled in from a yard out for the go-ahead touchdown with a minute left in the third quarter.

Seattle improved to 5-0-1 in its past six trips to the desert.

David Johnson had his best game of the season for Arizona, rushing for 71 yards and catching three for 41.

With the score tied at 10, the Seahawks’ Russell Wilson threw to David Moore on a 30-yard play to the Arizona 23. After a pair of penalties against the Cardinals, Davis scored on a 1-yard run to put Seattle back in the lead at 17-10.

But Rosen had completions of 31 yards to Ricky Seals-Jones and 30 yards on a screen to Johnson before throwing 22 yards to Chad Williams for his first NFL TD to tie it at 17-17 with 8:59 remaining.

Arizona led 10-7 at the half on Johnson’s 1-yard TD run and Dawson’s 23-yard field goal.

Seattle used up 7:46 of the third quarter with a 14-play drive that ended with Janikowski’s 40-yard field goal that tied it at 10-10 with 4:59 left in the quarter.

INJURIES & INACTIVES

In the first quarter, rookie Will Dissly, the Seahawks’ starting tight end, was carted into the locker room with a knee injury. Thomas was hurt defending Williams on the TD catch.

After losing his starting job to Rosen, Sam Bradford was inactive. Mike Glennon was the backup quarterback, active for the first time this season.

UP NEXT

Seahawks: host the Los Angeles Rams next Sunday.

Cardinals: play the 49ers in San Francisco next Sunday.

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Falcons defense keeps coming up short at the end

ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Falcons are making a bad habit of collapsing in the final moments of games.

They were at it again in Sunday’s 37-36 loss to Cincinnati, allowing Andy Dalton to complete a 13-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Green with 7 seconds remaining.

“It’s like just taking your heart and ripping it out,” defensive end Vic Beasley said. “It’s tough, but it’s just part of the game. It’s why we play the game. We play the game to win, but sometimes that’s how it ends up.”

The Falcons gave up touchdowns on the first four drives, but held the Bengals to one field goal in the second half before Dalton directed a 16-play, 75-yard drive. He completed one third-down pass and two fourth-down throws to Tyler Boyd, all against Desmond Trufant.

On the winning catch, Dalton had an easy decision to look for Green, a seven-time Pro Bowl selection, to come open against zone coverage with inexperienced cornerback Isaiah Oliver defending the right side of the end zone.

Dalton had enough time to wait for Green to come open and slide down for the catch. Oliver and Brian Poole were closest to the receiver, but had no chance to make a play.

“I probably should’ve sank back a little bit more, like 3 or 4 yards,” Oliver said. “(Defensive coordinator Marquand Manuel) said that it sucks right now, but you’ve just got to take it and learn something from it. It can’t all be negative.”

There hasn’t been much positivity for Atlanta’s defense this year. Two starters — strong safety Keanu Neal and free safety Ricardo Allen — are injured and out for the season. Defensive captain Deion Jones, a third-year linebacker, is sidelined with a foot injury and will miss at least the next six weeks.

Even though they’ve allowed 80 points in the past two games, Sunday wasn’t entirely a disaster for the defense. Takk McKinley had three sacks, all in the second half, and safety Damontae Kazee got his first career interception.

A big call that could have favored Beasley went Cincinnati’s way in the fourth quarter. McKinley took down Dalton for a 10-yard loss and the ball came loose and Beasley recovered the fumble at the Atlanta 18. But the ruling was reversed because Dalton’s knee was down. A 36-yard field goal cut the lead to 33-31.

Beasley returned to the game quickly in the first quarter after leaving with an ankle injury. He knew the line was in bad shape depth wise. McKinley missed last week with a groin injury, and reserve end Derrick Shelby didn’t dress for the second straight game because of a groin injury.

McKinley said the defense can’t afford to let the injuries affect its collective psyche.

“We have to finish,” McKinley said. “Regardless how many points we held them to in the second half, we lost the game.”

Last week’s loss to New Orleans dropped the Falcons to 0-2 in the NFC South when quarterback Drew Brees forced overtime with a 7-yard touchdown run and then won the game with a 1-yard run in the extra period.

Against Cincinnati, the Falcons did it again. They’ll have another chance to get it right next week at Pittsburgh.

“Those are the moments I’m talking about where when it’s time to close the door and shut it, we’re going to develop that instinct,” coach Dan Quinn said. “We do not have it as we need to right now. But as it got down to it, that’s where we need more attention and more time.”

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Seahawks-Cardinals Stats

Seattle 7 0 10 3—20
Arizona 0 10 0 7—17
First Quarter

Sea_Davis 20 run (Janikowski kick), 6:09.

Second Quarter

Ari_FG Dawson 23, 14:04.

Ari_Johnson 1 run (Dawson kick), 1:52.

Third Quarter

Sea_FG Janikowski 40, 4:59.

Sea_Davis 1 run (Janikowski kick), 1:00.

Fourth Quarter

Ari_C.Williams 22 pass from Rosen (Dawson kick), 8:59.

Sea_FG Janikowski 52, :00.

A_61,845.

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Sea Ari
First downs 19 18
Total Net Yards 331 263
Rushes-yards 34-171 28-92
Passing 160 171
Punt Returns 4-39 1-0
Kickoff Returns 3-65 2-55
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 19-26-0 15-27-0
Sacked-Yards Lost 2-12 1-9
Punts 4-47.5 5-50.6
Fumbles-Lost 3-0 2-1
Penalties-Yards 8-57 5-38
Time of Possession 31:46 28:14

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING_Seattle, Davis 21-101, Penny 9-49, Wilson 4-21. Arizona, Johnson 22-71, Rosen 2-13, Kirk 1-7, Edmonds 3-1.

PASSING_Seattle, Wilson 19-26-0-172. Arizona, Rosen 15-27-0-180.

RECEIVING_Seattle, Lockett 5-53, Baldwin 5-41, Davis 4-23, D.Moore 2-39, Vannett 1-6, Dissly 1-5, Marshall 1-5. Arizona, Kirk 4-28, Johnson 3-41, Fitzgerald 3-28, Seals-Jones 2-52, C.Williams 1-22, D.Coleman 1-5, Nelson 1-4.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_Seattle, Janikowski 38, Janikowski 52. Arizona, Dawson 50, Dawson 45.

Gilbert, DeCastro return for Steelers against Ravens

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line is back to full strength for Sunday night’s showdown with the Baltimore Ravens.

All-Pro right guard David DeCastro and right tackle Marcus Gilbert are back in the lineup as the Steelers look for their second straight win. DeCastro missed two games with a fractured right hand. Gilbert sat out last Monday as Pittsburgh won in Tampa Bay.

The Steelers will be without two members of the secondary. Cornerback Mike Hilton is out with an elbow injury and safety Morgan Burnett is out with a groin injury.

The list of inactive players:

RAVENS: QB Robert Griffin, WR Anthony Averett, C Hroniss Grasu, DT Willie Henry, TE Hayden Hurst, DT Zach Sieler, WR Jordan Lasley.

STEELERS: WR Justin Hunter, S Marcus Allen, OL Zach Banner, DE L.T. Walton, CB Mike Hilton, S Morgan Burnett, QB Mason Rudolph.

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Jags' Marrone appears to send message to Jets with late TD

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Jacksonville Jaguars coach Doug Marrone insists he was following the strategy chart, calling for a 2-point conversion after a fourth-down touchdown run in the final seconds of a lopsided game.

Yeah, right.

Marrone’s message to the New York Jets — the team that snubbed him for its head coaching job in January 2015 — was loud and clear Sunday.

“He doesn’t like those guys,” Jaguars defensive tackle Malik Jackson said following the 31-12 victory . “I don’t know what they did to him, but he doesn’t like them.”

Marrone said he had no hidden agenda or extra motivation, which was hard to believe considering he took a subtle shot at Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson in late August.

What Marrone did to the Jets (1-3) seemed somewhat similar.

The Jaguars (3-1) led 25-12 with about 30 seconds remaining when Marrone called for the offense to stay on the field for a fourth-and-1 play at the goal line. Jacksonville could have taken a knee or kicked a field goal.

Instead, T.J. Yeldon got the ball and scored .

Up 19 points, Marrone then opted for a 2-point conversion.

“We had a lot of guys banged up for the PAT/field goal, and on the chart it just said 19, you know what I’m saying?” Marrone said. “On the chart, it says go for two. I’m one of those guys I never try to take anything for granted in an NFL game. Try to keep working those mechanics and doing it, so just went for two.”

Sure you weren’t sending a message, coach?

“We’re not good enough to send a message right now,” Marrone said.

The Jets said all the right things afterward.

“That’s just what they felt they wanted to do,” linebacker Jordan Jenkins said. “Whether it’s a statement or not, we’ll never know. But we won’t forget.”

The Jaguars outgained the Jets 503-178, the second time in quarterback Blake Bortles’ five-year career they topped 500 yards.

The defense finished with three sacks and nearly had three interceptions against rookie Sam Darnold. The unit also allowed a combined 26 yards rushing to New York’s 1-2 punch of Bilal Powell and Isaiah Crowell.

It was a dominant performance all around.

It wasn’t good enough for Marrone apparently.

“I just work here,” Bortles said when asked if he was surprised to see the Jags go for two.

Marrone undoubtedly still has harsh feelings toward the Jets, who interviewed him to replace Rex Ryan and then decided to hire Todd Bowles. Marrone had reportedly left his head coaching job with Buffalo to join the Jets.

Marrone landed in Jacksonville as the team’s offensive coordinator, spent two years in that role and then got the head coaching job to replace Gus Bradley.

Marrone improved to 15-8 with Jacksonville.

Bowles fell to 21-31 with the Jets, who might now have something to carry with them into their next game against Jacksonville.

“It’s football,” Jenkins said. “When you’re up, you can do what you want with the ball.”

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Dolphins vow to move on after humbling 38-7 loss to Patriots

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — The Miami Dolphins’ undefeated start to the season came with some early excitement heading into their matchup at New England.

That buzz went flat again — in a familiar place — following Miami’s lopsided 38-7 loss to their AFC East rivals .

The Dolphins (3-1) were looking to improve to 4- 0 for the first time since 1995 — Hall of Fame coach Don Shula’s final season.

Instead, they were humbled in every phase during Sunday’s dizzying setback.

Ryan Tannehill had been a steadying presence for the Dolphins’ offense during the first three weeks of the season, completing 73 percent of his passes for seven touchdowns with just two interceptions, improving to 10-1 over 11 starts in that span.

But he regressed against the Patriots (2-2), looking every bit like the quarterback that is now 0-6 in games at Foxborough.

Tannehill finished 11 for 20 for 100 yards and an interception. He was pulled in the fourth quarter in favor of Brock Osweiler. Osweiler connected with Frank Gore for a 6-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter for Miami’s lone score.

“Not a lot went right for us. It’s tough to say one thing at this point because we didn’t really execute any part of the game plan that we wanted to,” Tannehill said. “To say one thing is going to be difficult this time, and I don’t think it will ever be one thing.”

In his six losses at New England, he has just 837 passing yards, four TDs and two INTs.

With Tannehill ineffective, the offense struggled to make first downs. It went 3 for 11 on third down while managing just 172 yards.

“We didn’t come out and start the game like we wanted to,” Tannehill said. “We didn’t convert on third down, we didn’t take care of the football, we didn’t gain yardage. We didn’t do anything we wanted to, so lot of work to do.”

Miami also relapsed to a team prone to self-inflicted wounds, amassing 10 penalties for 89 yards. Last season the Dolphins’ offense led the league in penalties (65) and penalty yards (553).

As bad as it looked, running back Kenyan Drake said it was just a shot to the system and not something they can’t bounce back from.

“We’re in a good seat,” Drake said. I mean, this loss hurts. You know, we wanted to definitely get a ‘W,’ but we’re looking to get things rolling in the other quarter (of the season). So, the thing is we’ve got to get those things corrected.”

FINDING POSITIVES

If there was one positive takeaway from Sunday’s loss, it might have come on the defensive side of the ball.

The Dolphins managed to pick off quarterback Tom Brady twice. Cornerback Bobby McCain snared one on Brady’s deep, third down pass over the middle in the first quarter.

It was Brady’s third interception of the season. He didn’t throw his third interception last season until Week 11 against Miami. Minkah Fitzpatrick got the other in the fourth quarter .

It marked the Miami defense’s ninth interception this season. It had nine all last season.

It’s why Miami linebacker Kiko Alonso said there is still plenty to be excited about in their locker room going forward.

“Although it was ugly, it is just one loss,” Alonso said. “We are on to Cincinnati and obviously we have to get better.”

NOT CLOSE

The Dolphins entered the day having won all three of their games this season by one score or less — amassing a record of 16-5 under coach Adam Gase.

They are 3-13 in games decided by more than one score.

INJURY UPDATE

Miami was already down a safety with Reshad Jones sitting out Sunday’s game with a shoulder injury.

Add cornerback Bobby McCain to the list of players on the mend after he left the loss with a knee injury. Dolphins center Daniel Kilgore also left the game in the first half with an arm injury.

Gase didn’t have an update on the severity of McCain’s ailment.

“Obviously him not coming back into the game wasn’t a really great sign,” Gase said.

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Eagles blow pair of leads in losing 26-23 to Titans in OT

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Philadelphia Eagles are the healthiest they’ve been with now both Carson Wentz and wide receiver Alshon Jeffery back in the lineup.

Getting the timing and chemistry back might take a little bit more work.

The Eagles blew a 14-point lead midway through the third quarter and still had chances at the end of regulation and in overtime, needing a touchdown to win but settling for a pair of field goals that weren’t enough Sunday in a 26-23 loss to the Tennessee Titans .

“It’s frustrating, obviously, to come up short, especially as an offense when you have chances,” Wentz said.

“We had chances to finish in the end zone at the end of the game, finish in the end zone in overtime. And we just didn’t execute in the red zone the way we wanted to, and you can look at all sorts of plays from the game. At the end of the day, we just didn’t finish as an offense and as a team either.”

Philadelphia (2-2) outgained Tennessee 432-397. Wentz threw for 348 yards and two touchdowns, and Jeffery finished with eight catches for 105 yards and a TD in his season debut . Zach Ertz led the Eagles with 10 catches for 112 yards.

The Eagles led 10-3 at halftime, 17-3 midway through the third quarter and even 23-20 in overtime. They simply couldn’t find the play to pull out their third straight win.

Coach Doug Pederson said he thinks the effort is there.

“The mistakes we’re making are all fixable, whether it’s a coverage element being out of position or just a holding along the perimeter offensively we can’t do,” Pederson said. “It’s things we can correct in practice during the week, and that’s what we have to do.”

Pederson said the Eagles stopped themselves on the two late drives. The Eagles also gave up four sacks, the last with Wentz stripped of the ball setting up a Tennessee field goal early in the fourth quarter. That was the lone fumble of three Philadelphia lost.

The Eagles also were flagged eight times for 77 yards.

“Whether it was just execution, maybe a penalty backed us up just a touch, a sack, something negative happened,” Pederson said. “It just got us out of our rhythm. It’s seems like we got down there fine, and Tennessee bowed their neck and kept us to three, much like our defense has done for the first month of the season.”

The Eagles also had some dropped passes, particularly Nelson Agholor, who caught only five of the 12 balls Wentz threw at him with four drops.

“That’s not something you want to do,” Agholor said. “You take the frustration outside of it, you know, that’s your job. You just get a little upset because you prepare for it, but you have to work harder and you have to bounce back.”

The Eagles couldn’t convert on a pair of third downs late.

Wentz threw the ball away on third-and-3 just before Jake Elliott kicked a 30-yard field goal with 16 seconds left in regulation. Wentz said the Titans had them covered, along with some miscommunication. Ertz couldn’t pull in Wentz’s pass on third-and-12 at the Titans 19 in overtime before the Eagles settled for Elliott’s third and final field goal.

Ertz said the Eagles cannot simply rely on what worked last season.

“We can’t say that we’re just going to flip a switch, and we’re just going to start going on a roll and win nine in a row,” Ertz said. “We’re playing really good football teams, and we’ve just got to find a way to win. The thing that sticks out about this team is typically we find a way to win. Today we just dropped the ball. They beat us and my hat’s off to them.”

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The Latest: Seahawks S Earl Thomas hurts leg; carted off

The Latest on Week 4 in the NFL (all times EDT):

6:51 p.m.

Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas has been carted off the field after injuring his left leg in the fourth quarter against the Arizona Cardinals.

Thomas was injured while covering Chad Williams, who caught a 22-yard touchdown pass from Josh Rosen to tie the game at 17-all. Thomas’ lower left leg seemed to buckle as he dove on top of Williams in the end zone.

Seattle’s players gathered around as the trainers worked on Thomas and his leg was put in an air cast before he was driven off.

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6:10 p.m.

The San Francisco 49ers are having to do some major reshuffling on the offensive line with both of their tackles out.

Left tackle Joe Staley injured his knee during the second quarter against the Los Angeles Chargers and right tackle Mike McGlinchey, the team’s first-round pick, was injured on the first series of the third quarter.

Shon Coleman, who the Niners acquired from Cleveland after the final game of the preseason, is in at left tackle and five-year veteran Garry Gilliam is the right tackle.

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5:10 p.m.

C.J. Beathard is off to a solid beginning in his first start of the season for the San Francisco 49ers.

Beathard, who has taken over the quarterback duties after Jimmy Garoppolo suffered a season-ending knee injury last week in Kansas City, was 5 of 6 for 44 yards in the first quarter as the Niners lead the Los Angeles Chargers 14-6 at the end of the first quarter.

After Caleb Sturgis missed a 54-yard field goal, Beathard led the Niners 56 yards in six plays, culminating in a 2-yard touchdown toss to Kendrick Bourne.

Beathard lost five of his six starts last season before being replaced by Garoppolo, who the Niners acquired from the Patriots

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5 p.m.

The Los Angeles Chargers’ problems with missed extra points during Anthony Lynn’s tenure continue.

Following Antonio Gates’ 5-yard touchdown reception from Philip Rivers, Caleb Sturgis was wide right on his point-after attempt as the Chargers trail San Francisco 14-6 late in the first quarter.

That is the Chargers’ seventh missed PAT since the start of last season, which is the most in the NFL. They had only one in the first two seasons that extra points were moved back.

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4:50 p.m.

San Francisco wide receiver Dante Pettis is questionable to return after suffering a knee injury against the Los Angeles Chargers.

Pettis was carted off during the first quarter. The second-round pick has three receptions this season for 96 yards and a touchdown.

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4:40 p.m.

In its first game without Jimmy Garoppolo, the defense has provided San Francisco with an early lift.

On the third play against the Chargers, linebacker Antone Exum Jr. picked off a Philip Rivers pass and returned it 38 yards for a touchdown to give the Niners a 7-0 lead 57 seconds into the game at StubHub Center.

It is the first interception of Exum’s career and the second time in the past six games dating back to last season that the Niners have returned an interception for a touchdown.

It is the 23rd Pick Six of Rivers’ career, which is second among active quarterbacks. New Orleans’ Drew Brees has 27.

— Joe Reedy reporting from Carson, California.

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4:18 p.m.

The Josh Rosen era has begun in the desert.

The rookie quarterback started his first game for the Arizona Cardinals against the Seattle Seahawks. Rosen played 11 snaps in place of Sam Bradford last week against Chicago, throwing an interception in the 16-14 loss.

First-year coach Steve Wilks named Rosen the starter this week. The 10th overall pick of this year’s draft, Rosen misfired on his first two passes and was sacked on Arizona’s opening drive.

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3:30 p.m.

The Buffalo Bills and Green Bay Packers each have wide receivers being evaluated for head injuries.

Bills wideout Kelvin Benjamin left the game in the third quarter after absorbing a hard hit from Ha Ha Clinton-Dix that led to an interception for the Packers safety.

The Packers’ Geronimo Allison left later in the quarter after taking a hard hit from a Bills defensive back on an incompletion.

Green Bay has a 19-0 lead going into the fourth quarter.

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3:05 p.m.

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has headed to the locker room with an ankle injury.

Gronkowski left the Patriots matchup with the Dolphins in the third quarter and limped off the field favoring his right leg.

Just moments before the injury, Gronkowski hauled in his fourth catch of the day, the 491st of his career. It marked a franchise record for catches by a tight end, passing Ben Coates.

The Patriots lead the Dolphins 31-0.

— Kyle Hightower, reporting from Foxborough, Mass.

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3 p.m.

Jameis Winston has replaced Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback for Tampa Bay.

Winston entered the game to start the second half with the Buccaneers trailing the Bears 38-3 and promptly got intercepted by Danny Trevathan.

Khalil Mack appeared to tip the ball on a pass rush as he released the pass.

Winston rejoined the team following a three-game suspension for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy. His punishment stemmed from the league’s investigation of an accusation that the 2013 Heisman Trophy winner groped a female Uber driver during a ride in Arizona in March 2016.

Fitzpatrick was 9 of 18 for 126 yards and got sacked two times.

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2:57 p.m.

Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert was carted off the field after going down with a lower right leg injury early in the third quarter at Atlanta.

Eifert caught a 2-yard pass and was tackled by De’Vondre Campbell and was also hit by Jack Crawford as he crumpled to the turf.

Eifert, the Bengals’ third-leading receiver this season, immediately was on his back in pain. The medical staff stabilized his leg and lifted him onto the cart.

His teammates came over to offer encouragement, and Eifert appeared emotional as he left the field.

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2:46 p.m.

The Bears’ Khalil Mack had a strip-sack in the first half against Tampa Bay.

That made him the first player with a sack and forced fumble in four straight games since Robert Mathis in 2005.

A two-time All-Pro, Mack got traded to the Bears by Oakland on Sept. 1.

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2:45 p.m.

The Jacksonville Jaguars have ruled out two starters for the rest of the day against the New York Jets, including running back Leonard Fournette.

Fournette left the game with tightness in his right hamstring in the second quarter. He returned for a few plays, but was ruled out at halftime.

Fournette missed the previous two games with the same injury, making his setback concerning.

Center Brandon Linder also was ruled out at the break with a back injury.

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2:44 p.m.

The Buffalo Bills are having a miserable day at Lambeau Field.

Mason Crosby kicked a 52-yard field goal as time expired in the first half to give the Green Bay Packers a 16-0 lead.

The Bills look nothing like the team that beat the Vikings 27-6 on the road last week in Minnesota. Rookie quarterback Josh Allen is 5 of 19 for 58 yards and an interception late in the first half. He made an ill-timed pass under pressure outside the pocket that was picked off in the end zone by rookie cornerback Jaire Alexander.

The Packers’ defense has contained the mobile Allen, who made the highlight reel last week for hurdling over Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr on a first-down run.

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2:42 p.m.

Chicago’s Mitchell Trubisky threw for five touchdowns in the first half, helping the Bears build a 38-3 lead over Tampa Bay.

The only NFL player with more in a single half was Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers with six against Chicago in the first two quarters of a romp at Lambeau Field on Nov. 9, 2014.

Sid Luckman holds the Bears’ record for TD passes in a game with seven against the New York Giants in 1943.

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2:40 p.m.

Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri made a 42-yard field goal with 2 seconds left in the first half to break the NFL’s career record.

The 23-year veteran has 566 field goals — one more than Hall of Famer Morten Andersen. And he achieved the feat on his home turf, just a short drive from where Andersen played high school football.

After the kick, Vinatieri celebrated briefly with holder Rigoberto Sanchez, long snapper Luke Rhodes and the rest of the kicking unit. But that was the extent of the celebration for the 45-year-old Vinatieri, who is the league’s oldest active player.

He has moved within 31 points of breaking Andersen’s career scoring record of 2,544 points.

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2:30 p.m.

Chicago Bears defensive tackle Akiem Hicks has been ejected from the game against Tampa Bay for pushing an official.

Hicks was scuffling with a Buccaneers player when he shoved the official. The incident occurred on the other side of the field after Eddie Jackson intercepted a pass by Ryan Fitzpatrick late in the first half.

Also, Bears linebacker Sam Acho left the game with a pectoral injury. Acho was injured in the first half.

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2:05 p.m.

Aaron Rodgers has thrown his first interception of the year. It came on a pass over the middle that was deflected by linebacker Tremaine Edmunds that ended up being high and slightly behind tight end Jimmy Graham.

Rodgers is 7 of 11 for 98 yards with a score. Safety Jordan Poyer picked the ball out of the air for the interception. The Bills though were unable to take advantage on the rare turnover by Rodgers and were forced to punt. It was Buffalo’s fourth three-and-out in five drives. Green Bay leads 13-0 midway through the second quarter.

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2 p.m.

An unnamed stadium security guard was taken off the field on a stretcher late in the first quarter during the Texans-Colts game.

Team officials said he was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Colts spokesman Matt Conti said no other updates will be given because of privacy rules.

The security guard was injured when a player ran into him on a punt. It came just about the same time Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton received a rousing ovation after returning to the sideline with what the Colts described as a chest injury.

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1:45 p.m.

Green Bay Packers tight end Jimmy Graham has his first official Lambeau Leap.

Graham caught a 3-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers with 5:15 left in the first quarter, though the Mason Crosby missed the extra point to keep the score at 6-0.

Graham had a touchdown catch wiped out a couple of weeks ago by a penalty. He joined the Packers in the offseason as a free agent.

Rodgers is moving a little better in his third game since injuring his left knee. He is 5 of 7 for 72 yards.

For the Bills, safety Micah Hyde is questionable to return with a groin injury. Hyde is returning to Lambeau Field for the first time since leaving the Packers as a free agent after the 2016 season.

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1:40 p.m.

Patriots’ Tom Brady has thrown his third interception of the season. This one was a deep, third down pass over the middle that was picked off by Dolphins cornerback Bobby McCain at the 1:36 mark of the first quarter.

Brady didn’t throw his third interception last season until Week 11 against Miami.

The Patriots lead 3-0 at the end of the first quarter.

— Kyle Hightower, reporting from Foxborough, Mass.

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1:30 p.m.

Titans linebacker Wesley Woodyard has hurt a shoulder in the first quarter against Philadelphia and is questionable to return.

Woodyard is the Titans’ leading tackler this season. The 11-year veteran was hurt tackling Eagles tight end Zach Ertz at the end of a 17-yard reception on Philadelphia’s opening series of the game.

Woodyard walked to the sideline on his own and was evaluated inside the tent behind the bench.

Jayon Brown replaced Woodyard and pressured Carson Wentz into an incompletion on third down, forcing a punt.

— Teresa M. Walker reporting from Nashville, Tennessee

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1:15 p.m.

Indianapolis Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton walked straight to the locker room after landing hard on his shoulder following a 40-yard catch-and-run against Houston.

It was unclear what Hilton’s injury was and there was no immediate announcement.

The four-time Pro Bowler’s big play set up Indy’s first score, a 4-yard TD pass from Luck to Zach Pascal. Luck extended his streak of consecutive games with a TD pass to 27, tying Peyton Manning for the second-longest total in franchise history.

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1:05 p.m.

Dolphins running back Frank Gore has become the eighth running back in NFL history to appear in 200 NFL games.

Gore took the field in the first quarter of Miami’s matchup with the Patriots.

With 14,124 rushing yards, Gore entered the game ranked fourth on the NFL’s all-time rushing list behind only Emmitt Smith (18,335), Walter Payton (16,726) and Barry Sanders (15,269).

— Kyle Hightower, reporting from Foxborough, Mass.

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1 p.m.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are sticking with Ryan Fitzpatrick as their starting quarterback over Jameis Winston.

Fitzpatrick started against the Chicago Bears on Sunday after Winston rejoined the team following a three-game suspension for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy.

Fitzpatrick has thrown for a league-leading 1,230 yards and 11 TDs. He is the first player in NFL history to top 400 yards passing in three consecutive games.

The discipline against Winston stemmed from the league’s investigation of an accusation that the 2013 Heisman Trophy winner groped a female Uber driver during a ride in Arizona in March 2016.

Defensive tackle Vita Vea, the No. 12 overall draft pick this year, is active for the first time after being sidelined by a calf injury.

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1 p.m.

Dolphins receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson both kneeled during the national anthem before their team’s game against the Patriots and defensive end Robert Quinn raised his right fist.

All three have staged similar demonstrations during the anthem before their team’s other games this season.

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The Latest: 49ers reshuffle offensive line; both tackles out

The Latest on Week 4 in the NFL (all times EDT):

6:10 p.m.

The San Francisco 49ers are having to do some major reshuffling on the offensive line with both of their tackles out.

Left tackle Joe Staley injured his knee during the second quarter against the Los Angeles Chargers and right tackle Mike McGlinchey, the team’s first-round pick, was injured on the first series of the third quarter.

Shon Coleman, who the Niners acquired from Cleveland after the final game of the preseason, is in at left tackle and five-year veteran Garry Gilliam is the right tackle.

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5:10 p.m.

C.J. Beathard is off to a solid beginning in his first start of the season for the San Francisco 49ers.

Beathard, who has taken over the quarterback duties after Jimmy Garoppolo suffered a season-ending knee injury last week in Kansas City, was 5 of 6 for 44 yards in the first quarter as the Niners lead the Los Angeles Chargers 14-6 at the end of the first quarter.

After Caleb Sturgis missed a 54-yard field goal, Beathard led the Niners 56 yards in six plays, culminating in a 2-yard touchdown toss to Kendrick Bourne.

Beathard lost five of his six starts last season before being replaced by Garoppolo, who the Niners acquired from the Patriots

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5 p.m.

The Los Angeles Chargers’ problems with missed extra points during Anthony Lynn’s tenure continue.

Following Antonio Gates’ 5-yard touchdown reception from Philip Rivers, Caleb Sturgis was wide right on his point-after attempt as the Chargers trail San Francisco 14-6 late in the first quarter.

That is the Chargers’ seventh missed PAT since the start of last season, which is the most in the NFL. They had only one in the first two seasons that extra points were moved back.

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4:50 p.m.

San Francisco wide receiver Dante Pettis is questionable to return after suffering a knee injury against the Los Angeles Chargers.

Pettis was carted off during the first quarter. The second-round pick has three receptions this season for 96 yards and a touchdown.

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4:40 p.m.

In its first game without Jimmy Garoppolo, the defense has provided San Francisco with an early lift.

On the third play against the Chargers, linebacker Antone Exum Jr. picked off a Philip Rivers pass and returned it 38 yards for a touchdown to give the Niners a 7-0 lead 57 seconds into the game at StubHub Center.

It is the first interception of Exum’s career and the second time in the past six games dating back to last season that the Niners have returned an interception for a touchdown.

It is the 23rd Pick Six of Rivers’ career, which is second among active quarterbacks. New Orleans’ Drew Brees has 27.

— Joe Reedy reporting from Carson, California.

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4:18 p.m.

The Josh Rosen era has begun in the desert.

The rookie quarterback started his first game for the Arizona Cardinals against the Seattle Seahawks. Rosen played 11 snaps in place of Sam Bradford last week against Chicago, throwing an interception in the 16-14 loss.

First-year coach Steve Wilks named Rosen the starter this week. The 10th overall pick of this year’s draft, Rosen misfired on his first two passes and was sacked on Arizona’s opening drive.

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3:30 p.m.

The Buffalo Bills and Green Bay Packers each have wide receivers being evaluated for head injuries.

Bills wideout Kelvin Benjamin left the game in the third quarter after absorbing a hard hit from Ha Ha Clinton-Dix that led to an interception for the Packers safety.

The Packers’ Geronimo Allison left later in the quarter after taking a hard hit from a Bills defensive back on an incompletion.

Green Bay has a 19-0 lead going into the fourth quarter.

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3:05 p.m.

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has headed to the locker room with an ankle injury.

Gronkowski left the Patriots matchup with the Dolphins in the third quarter and limped off the field favoring his right leg.

Just moments before the injury, Gronkowski hauled in his fourth catch of the day, the 491st of his career. It marked a franchise record for catches by a tight end, passing Ben Coates.

The Patriots lead the Dolphins 31-0.

— Kyle Hightower, reporting from Foxborough, Mass.

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3 p.m.

Jameis Winston has replaced Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback for Tampa Bay.

Winston entered the game to start the second half with the Buccaneers trailing the Bears 38-3 and promptly got intercepted by Danny Trevathan.

Khalil Mack appeared to tip the ball on a pass rush as he released the pass.

Winston rejoined the team following a three-game suspension for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy. His punishment stemmed from the league’s investigation of an accusation that the 2013 Heisman Trophy winner groped a female Uber driver during a ride in Arizona in March 2016.

Fitzpatrick was 9 of 18 for 126 yards and got sacked two times.

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2:57 p.m.

Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert was carted off the field after going down with a lower right leg injury early in the third quarter at Atlanta.

Eifert caught a 2-yard pass and was tackled by De’Vondre Campbell and was also hit by Jack Crawford as he crumpled to the turf.

Eifert, the Bengals’ third-leading receiver this season, immediately was on his back in pain. The medical staff stabilized his leg and lifted him onto the cart.

His teammates came over to offer encouragement, and Eifert appeared emotional as he left the field.

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2:46 p.m.

The Bears’ Khalil Mack had a strip-sack in the first half against Tampa Bay.

That made him the first player with a sack and forced fumble in four straight games since Robert Mathis in 2005.

A two-time All-Pro, Mack got traded to the Bears by Oakland on Sept. 1.

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2:45 p.m.

The Jacksonville Jaguars have ruled out two starters for the rest of the day against the New York Jets, including running back Leonard Fournette.

Fournette left the game with tightness in his right hamstring in the second quarter. He returned for a few plays, but was ruled out at halftime.

Fournette missed the previous two games with the same injury, making his setback concerning.

Center Brandon Linder also was ruled out at the break with a back injury.

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2:44 p.m.

The Buffalo Bills are having a miserable day at Lambeau Field.

Mason Crosby kicked a 52-yard field goal as time expired in the first half to give the Green Bay Packers a 16-0 lead.

The Bills look nothing like the team that beat the Vikings 27-6 on the road last week in Minnesota. Rookie quarterback Josh Allen is 5 of 19 for 58 yards and an interception late in the first half. He made an ill-timed pass under pressure outside the pocket that was picked off in the end zone by rookie cornerback Jaire Alexander.

The Packers’ defense has contained the mobile Allen, who made the highlight reel last week for hurdling over Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr on a first-down run.

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2:42 p.m.

Chicago’s Mitchell Trubisky threw for five touchdowns in the first half, helping the Bears build a 38-3 lead over Tampa Bay.

The only NFL player with more in a single half was Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers with six against Chicago in the first two quarters of a romp at Lambeau Field on Nov. 9, 2014.

Sid Luckman holds the Bears’ record for TD passes in a game with seven against the New York Giants in 1943.

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2:40 p.m.

Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri made a 42-yard field goal with 2 seconds left in the first half to break the NFL’s career record.

The 23-year veteran has 566 field goals — one more than Hall of Famer Morten Andersen. And he achieved the feat on his home turf, just a short drive from where Andersen played high school football.

After the kick, Vinatieri celebrated briefly with holder Rigoberto Sanchez, long snapper Luke Rhodes and the rest of the kicking unit. But that was the extent of the celebration for the 45-year-old Vinatieri, who is the league’s oldest active player.

He has moved within 31 points of breaking Andersen’s career scoring record of 2,544 points.

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2:30 p.m.

Chicago Bears defensive tackle Akiem Hicks has been ejected from the game against Tampa Bay for pushing an official.

Hicks was scuffling with a Buccaneers player when he shoved the official. The incident occurred on the other side of the field after Eddie Jackson intercepted a pass by Ryan Fitzpatrick late in the first half.

Also, Bears linebacker Sam Acho left the game with a pectoral injury. Acho was injured in the first half.

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2:05 p.m.

Aaron Rodgers has thrown his first interception of the year. It came on a pass over the middle that was deflected by linebacker Tremaine Edmunds that ended up being high and slightly behind tight end Jimmy Graham.

Rodgers is 7 of 11 for 98 yards with a score. Safety Jordan Poyer picked the ball out of the air for the interception. The Bills though were unable to take advantage on the rare turnover by Rodgers and were forced to punt. It was Buffalo’s fourth three-and-out in five drives. Green Bay leads 13-0 midway through the second quarter.

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2 p.m.

An unnamed stadium security guard was taken off the field on a stretcher late in the first quarter during the Texans-Colts game.

Team officials said he was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Colts spokesman Matt Conti said no other updates will be given because of privacy rules.

The security guard was injured when a player ran into him on a punt. It came just about the same time Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton received a rousing ovation after returning to the sideline with what the Colts described as a chest injury.

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1:45 p.m.

Green Bay Packers tight end Jimmy Graham has his first official Lambeau Leap.

Graham caught a 3-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers with 5:15 left in the first quarter, though the Mason Crosby missed the extra point to keep the score at 6-0.

Graham had a touchdown catch wiped out a couple of weeks ago by a penalty. He joined the Packers in the offseason as a free agent.

Rodgers is moving a little better in his third game since injuring his left knee. He is 5 of 7 for 72 yards.

For the Bills, safety Micah Hyde is questionable to return with a groin injury. Hyde is returning to Lambeau Field for the first time since leaving the Packers as a free agent after the 2016 season.

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1:40 p.m.

Patriots’ Tom Brady has thrown his third interception of the season. This one was a deep, third down pass over the middle that was picked off by Dolphins cornerback Bobby McCain at the 1:36 mark of the first quarter.

Brady didn’t throw his third interception last season until Week 11 against Miami.

The Patriots lead 3-0 at the end of the first quarter.

— Kyle Hightower, reporting from Foxborough, Mass.

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1:30 p.m.

Titans linebacker Wesley Woodyard has hurt a shoulder in the first quarter against Philadelphia and is questionable to return.

Woodyard is the Titans’ leading tackler this season. The 11-year veteran was hurt tackling Eagles tight end Zach Ertz at the end of a 17-yard reception on Philadelphia’s opening series of the game.

Woodyard walked to the sideline on his own and was evaluated inside the tent behind the bench.

Jayon Brown replaced Woodyard and pressured Carson Wentz into an incompletion on third down, forcing a punt.

— Teresa M. Walker reporting from Nashville, Tennessee

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1:15 p.m.

Indianapolis Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton walked straight to the locker room after landing hard on his shoulder following a 40-yard catch-and-run against Houston.

It was unclear what Hilton’s injury was and there was no immediate announcement.

The four-time Pro Bowler’s big play set up Indy’s first score, a 4-yard TD pass from Luck to Zach Pascal. Luck extended his streak of consecutive games with a TD pass to 27, tying Peyton Manning for the second-longest total in franchise history.

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1:05 p.m.

Dolphins running back Frank Gore has become the eighth running back in NFL history to appear in 200 NFL games.

Gore took the field in the first quarter of Miami’s matchup with the Patriots.

With 14,124 rushing yards, Gore entered the game ranked fourth on the NFL’s all-time rushing list behind only Emmitt Smith (18,335), Walter Payton (16,726) and Barry Sanders (15,269).

— Kyle Hightower, reporting from Foxborough, Mass.

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1 p.m.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are sticking with Ryan Fitzpatrick as their starting quarterback over Jameis Winston.

Fitzpatrick started against the Chicago Bears on Sunday after Winston rejoined the team following a three-game suspension for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy.

Fitzpatrick has thrown for a league-leading 1,230 yards and 11 TDs. He is the first player in NFL history to top 400 yards passing in three consecutive games.

The discipline against Winston stemmed from the league’s investigation of an accusation that the 2013 Heisman Trophy winner groped a female Uber driver during a ride in Arizona in March 2016.

Defensive tackle Vita Vea, the No. 12 overall draft pick this year, is active for the first time after being sidelined by a calf injury.

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1 p.m.

Dolphins receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson both kneeled during the national anthem before their team’s game against the Patriots and defensive end Robert Quinn raised his right fist.

All three have staged similar demonstrations during the anthem before their team’s other games this season.

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