>>Bears Roll Over Rams
(Chicago, IL) -- The Chicago Bears' defense held the St. Louis Rams without a touchdown and Major Wright added a 45-yard interception return for a touchdown en route to a 23-6 victory at Solider Field. Michael Bush added a three-yard rushing score and Robbie Gould kicked three field goals for the Bears, who improved to 2-and-1 and have won their last four meetings against the Rams. Jay Cutler finished 17-of-31 passing for 183 yards with an interception for Chicago, which was without Matt Forte because of an ankle injury. Sam Bradford completed just 18-of-35 passes for 152 yards with a pair of interceptions as the Rams managed just 160 yards of total offense. Danny Amendola hauled in five passes for 66 yards for St. Louis, which has dropped 11 of its last 12 road games.
>>Jags Rally Past Colts
(Indianapolis, IN) -- Cecil Shorts hauled in the game-winning 80-yard touchdown pass from Blaine Gabbert with 45 seconds remaining and the Jacksonville Jaguars edge the Indianapolis Colts, 22-17. Gabbert finished 10-of-21 for 155 yards with the score for Jacksonville, which picked up its first win of the season. Maurice Jones-Drew totaled 177 yards on 28 carries with a score in the victory. Andrew Luck had 313 yards on 22 completions with touchdown tosses to T.Y. Hilton and Mewelde Moore for Indianapolis. Luck also had 50 yards via the ground for the Colts, who drop to 1-and-2 on the season.
Dallas Cowboys 16, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10
Minnesota Vikings 24, San Francisco 49ers 13
Tennessee Titans 44, Detroit Lions 41 (OT)
Cincinnati Bengals 38, Washington Redskins 31
Kansas City Chiefs 27, New Orleans Saints 24 (OT)
New York Jets 23, Miami Dolphins 20 (OT)
Buffalo Bills 24, Cleveland Browns 14
Arizona Cardinals 27, Philadelphia Eagles 6
Atlanta Falcons 27, San Diego Chargers 3
Houston Texans 31, Denver Broncos 25
Oakland Raiders 34, Pittsburgh Steelers 31
Baltimore Ravens 31, New England Patriots 30
>>Packers Square Off Against Seahawks On "MNF"
(Seattle, WA) -- The Green Bay Packers hit the road for the first time this season as they take on the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on "Monday Night Football." The Pack split a pair of home games to start the campaign, losing to the 49ers before bouncing back against the Bears. Green Bay comes in rested after playing in Week Two's Thursday night game. This begins a stretch of four road games in five weeks for Green Bay. After a near-miss at Arizona, Seattle corralled the Cowboys 27-7 in their home opener a week ago Sunday. The Seahawks are 17-and-8 all-time on "Monday Night Football," the best winning percentage all-time. Seattle will play four of its next five on the road.