OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Bill Gramatica flipped out after matching his older brother's feat.
Gramatica kicked a 36-yard field goal with 7:31 left in overtime and the Arizona Cardinals upset the Oakland Raiders 34-31 Sunday.
Earlier in the day, his brother, Martin, made a 21-yard kick in overtime to send Tampa Bay past Cincinnati 16-13.
Arizona (5-6) won its third straight. Gramatica celebrated his fourth field goal of the day with a somersault.
The Raiders (8-3) had won 10 straight regular-season games at home. Jerry Rice caught a 2-yard TD pass on fourth down with 12 seconds left in regulation to tie it.
Buccaneers 16, Bengals 13, OT
CINCINNATI (AP) -- John Lynch forced Corey Dillon to fumble at the Cincinnati 3, leading to Martin Gramatica's 21-yard field goal in overtime for Tampa Bay.
The Buccaneers (6-5) won consecutive games for the first time this season. Gramatica's kick came 5:06 into overtime.
Cincinnati (4-7) rallied for 10 points in the last 4:29 of regulation. Dillon caught a 6-yard touchdown pass from Jon Kitna that tied it with 8 seconds left in regulation, wrestling through tacklers Dexter Jackson and Jamie Duncan to reach the goal line.
Bears 13, Lions 10
CHICAGO (AP) -- Leon Johnson scored on a 1-yard run with 5:34 left, and Chicago held off winless Detroit when Jason Hanson missed a 40-yard field goal with 21 seconds left.
It was the third miss of the day for the normally reliable Hanson, who had made 13 of 16 field goals entering the game.
Chicago (9-2) clinched its first winning season since 1995 by rallying against the Lions (0-11), who lost starting quarterback Charlie Batch -- possibly for the season -- to a shoulder injury.
Ravens 39, Colts 27
BALTIMORE (AP) -- Rod Woodson set an NFL record with his 10th career interception return for a touchdown, going 47 yards with 1:34 left to clinch Baltimore's victory over frustrated Peyton Manning and Indianapolis.
The Ravens (8-4) committed four turnovers, but rallied to win for the fifth time in six games. In each of those five victories, the Super Bowl champions either trailed or were tied entering the fourth quarter.
Cowboys 20, Redskins 14
LANDOVER, Md. (AP) -- Emmitt Smith got his first touchdown of the season, Quincy Carter got the first touchdown pass of his career, and Dallas beat Washington for the ninth straight time.
The Cowboys (3-8) snapped a four-game losing streak and ended a five-game winning string by Washington (5-6).
Smith's 5-yard touchdown run in the first quarter started the scoring, and rookie Carter's 64-yard pass to Raghib Ismail, who beat Pro Bowl cornerback Champ Bailey down the right sideline, was the big play in the fourth quarter for the Cowboys.
Dolphins 21, Broncos 10
MIAMI (AP) -- Kenny Mixon returned his first NFL interception 56 yards for the go-ahead score, and a fumble on the ensuing kickoff set up another touchdown to help Miami rally past Denver.
The Dolphins came from behind in the final period to win for the fifth time this season, including four of their past six games. They improved to 8-3 and moved a game ahead of the New York Jets in the AFC East.
Patriots 17, Jets 16
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- Adam Vinatieri kicked a 28-yard field goal with 6:29 left, and New England snapped New York's four-game winning streak, tightening the AFC East standings.
It was the seventh win in nine games for New England (7-5) since an early-season loss to the Jets (7-4).
Titans 31, Browns 15
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Steve McNair threw two of his three touchdown passes to Derrick Mason before leaving with an injured elbow, and Tennessee kept its slim postseason hopes alive by defeating Cleveland.
The Titans (5-6) hadn't looked like a team just two years removed from a Super Bowl berth for most of the season before beating the Browns (6-5)..
Saints 27, Panthers 23
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Joe Horn, denied a touchdown in the first quarter when he collided with an official, caught a 17-yard scoring pass from Aaron Brooks with 1:31 remaining, giving New Orleans the victory over Carolina.
Rams 35, Falcons 6
ATLANTA (AP) -- Kurt Warner threw four touchdown passes, Marshall Faulk scored three times, including his 100th career TD, and St. Louis rebounded to beat Atlanta.
St. Louis (9-2) was coming off a dismal 24-17 home loss to Tampa Bay on Monday night. The Rams lost three fumbles, and Warner was picked off on the final two p
Seahawks 13, Chargers 10, OT
SEATTLE (AP) -- Rian Lindell, who missed twice in the final five minutes of regulation, hit a 24-yard field goal with 8:37 left in overtime to lift Seattle over San Diego.
49ers 35, Bills 0
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Garrison Hearst ran for 124 yards and a touchdown, and Ahmed Plummer had two of San Francisco's four interceptions, leading the 49ers to their first shutout.
During their implausible run to a tie for the NFL's best record at 9-2, the 49ers specialized in escaping from trouble. They've already matched an NFL record with four overtime games, and they had only one win by more than 10 points.
Jeff Garcia was 19-of-27 for 189 yards and two TDs.
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