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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

Chiefs and Chargers Reach 3-0, Cards 0-3

The AFC West showcased the best and worst in the National Football League, while Buddy Ryan's Arizona Cardinals were just the worst.


On a Sunday when teams wore turn-back-the-clock uniforms -- to commemorate a noteworthy season in club history -- Kansas City and San Diego stayed unbeaten, along with Miami and the New York Giants. Previously unbeaten Dallas played Monday night against Detroit.


Kansas City 30, Atlanta 10


At Atlanta, Joe Montana tore apart the Falcons again, throwing for 361 yards and two touchdowns as the Chiefs moved to 3-0. It was Montana's seventh victory in a row in Atlanta, the other six coming when he was with the San Francisco 49ers.


Chargers 24, Seahawks 10


At Seattle, Stan Humphries connected with Tony Martin on a team-record 99-yard scoring play to hand the Seahawks (2-1) their first loss.


Humphries completed 19 of 29 passes for 262 yards and one touchdown. Martin caught six passes for 152 yards as San Diego (3-0) got off to its best start since 1981.


Raiders 48, Broncos 16


At Denver, Jeff Hostetler threw for 338 yards and four touchdowns as the Raiders offense generated 424 yards. Los Angeles (1-2) scored on its first four possessions en route to a 28-3 halftime lead.


Denver lost its sixth straight game, and Raiders coach Art Shell improved to 10-1 against the Broncos.


Browns 32, Cardinals 0


At Cleveland, Buddy Ryan's move to shake up his team by starting Jim McMahon in place of Steve Beuerlein did nothing to help the Cardinals offense, rated last in the league. He was 19-for-38 for 169 yards with two interceptions before being yanked for Jay Schroeder.


49ers 34, Rams 19


At Anaheim, California, Steve Young passed for two touchdowns and scored twice on 1-yard sneaks, and the 49ers (2-1) broke the game open in the second half.


Jerome Bettis rushed for 104 yards on 21 carries for the Rams (1-2), including a touchdown late in the game after the 49ers had taken a 34-13 lead.


Vikings 42, Bears 14


At Chicago, Warren Moon completed 22 of 29 passes for 236 yards, resurrecting the Vikings offense, which had only one touchdown entering the game.


Terry Allen ran for 159 yards and two scores on 22 carries for Minnesota.


Eagles 13, Packers 7


Reggie White returned to Philadelphia, where he played eight seasons, to see the Eagles defense register six sacks, two interceptions and a forced fumble.


The Eagles (2-1) scored on two 26-yard field goals from Eddie Murray and a 1-yard run by Randall Cunningham.


Bills 15, Oilers 7


At Houston, Jim Kelly and Andre Reed set up five field goals by Steve Christie. The Bills (2-1) got their third straight victory over the Oilers, who started 0-3 for the first time since 1984.


Giants 31, Redskins 23


At East Rutherford, New Jersey, Dave Meggett ran for two touchdowns and threw a 16-yard scoring pass to Aaron Pierce, carrying the Giants (3-0) in the absence of the injured Rodney Hampton. Redskin John Friesz passed for 381 yards in a losing effort.


Steelers 31, Colts 21


At Pittsburgh, Barry Foster ran for 179 yards, upstaging Colts rookie Marshall Faulk, who was held to just 61. Bam Morris, Foster's rookie backup, had one touchdown and set up another score, helping the Steelers (2-1) overcome a 14-0 Indianapolis lead.


Patriots 31, Bengals 28


At Cincinnati, Drew Bledsoe had a club-record fourth straight 300-yard game, throwing for one touchdown in New England's first victory.


Saints 9, Buccaneers 7


At Tampa, Florida, Morten Andersen kicked three first-half field goals as the Saints (1-2) avoided their worst start in 14 years. The Buccaneers (1-2) missed a 54-yard field goal as time expired.


Dolphins 28, Jets 14


At Miami, Terry Kirby rushed for 100 yards, and the Dolphins' banged-up defense got four interceptions. Dan Marino completed 23 of 31 for 289 yards and two scores for Miami (3-0).