Ryan, Sanu rally Falcons past Packers
Matt Ryan threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Mohamed Sanu with 31 seconds remaining, rallying the Falcons to a 33-32 victory over the Packers on Sunday in Atlanta.
The Falcons (5-3) snapped a two-game losing streak, driving 75 yards for the winning score after quarterback Aaron Rodgers put the Packers (4-3) ahead with his fourth TD pass of the game.
With Julio Jones shut down in the second half, Ryan turned to Sanu to bail out the Falcons. He caught five passes for 50 yards on the final possession.
Sanu finished with nine catches for 84 yards, both season highs in his first season with the Falcons.
Ryan was 28 of 35 for 288 yards and three touchdowns.
Rodgers threw for 246 yards. Patriots 41, Bills 25: Tom Brady matched an NFL record in beating the Bills for the 26th time. Brady went 22 of 33 for 315 yards and threw four TDs. He improved to 26-3 against the Bills and tied a record set by Brett Favre (26-9 for the Packers against the Lions). Panthers 30, Cardinals 20: Jonathan Stewart ran for 95 yards and two TDs, and Thomas Davis returned a fumble 46 yards for a score to lead the Panthers, who sacked Carson Palmer eight times. Mohamed Sanu of the Falcons pulls in the game-winning touchdown against the Packers on Sunday. Raiders 30, Buccaneers 24: Derek Carr threw a 41-yard TD pass to Seth Roberts with 1:45 left in overtime, capping a record-breaking day for the Raiders in Tampa, Fla. Carr threw for a franchiserecord 513 yards, completing 40 of 59 passes without an interception, and the Raiders overcame an NFLrecord 23 penalties for 200 yards. Jets 31, Browns 28: Matt Forte ran for 82 yards and a pair of secondhalf TDs, helping the Jets rally to a second straight victory. The Browns (0-8) are the league’s only winless team and have dropped 11 straight. Redskins 27, Bengals 27: The teams played to the second NFL tie game in seven days, the first time there have been two draws in a season since 1997. The game was played before a sold-out crowd of 84,000 at Wembley Stadium in London. The Redskins appeared to have the game won with 2:13 left in OT, but Dustin Hopkins hooked his 34-yard field-goal attempt wide left. The tie came one week after the Seahawks and Cardinals tied 6-6. Saints 25, Seahawks 20: Drew Brees passed for 265 yards and a TD and scored on a quarterback keeper. Wil Lutz kicked field goals of 22, 53, 21 and 41 yards for the Saints. Chiefs 30, Colts 14: Nick Foles threw two TD passes in relief of Alex Smith (concussion) to lead the Chiefs. Colts QB Andrew Luck finished 19 of 35 for 210 yards, with two TDs, one interception and one fumble lost. Broncos 27, Chargers 19: The Broncos intercepted three Philip Rivers passes and had a goal-line stand in the closing minutes to secure the victory. Texans 20, Lions 13: Brock Osweiler threw for 186 yards and a TD to help the Texans win their fifth straight at home. They are 0-3 on the road. Matthew Stafford threw for 240 yards and a TD for the Lions, who had a three-game winning streak snapped.