Bills 23, Redskins 0

Buffalo hit the halfway mark of the season proving that their hot start is still for real, dominating Washington in Toronto. The Bills outgained the 'Skins 2-1, and QB Ryan Fitzpatrick had another excellent game, throwing for two scores on 21-27 passing.

49ers 20, Browns 10

San Francisco extended its winning streak to 5 games, outslugging Cleveland at home, with Frank Gore rushing for 134 yards and a touchdown.

Lions 45, Broncos 10

Tim Tebow had two turnovers and connected on fewer than 50% of his pass attempts, while Matthew Stafford threw scores to three different receivers, and the Detroit Lions stopped their losing skid at two with a dominating performance in Denver.

Steelers 25, Patriots 17

Pittsburgh held the ball for nearly 40 minutes, didn't punt until the last minute of the game and outgained New England 427-213 in reasserting their No. 1 spot in the AFC.

Bengals 34, Seahawks 12

Cincinnati's special teams and defense keyed a late surge by the Bengals in a game that was closer than its score indicates. Brandon Tate returned a punt for a touchdown and Reggie Nelson converted a Tavaris Jackson interception into another score late as the Bengals improved to 5-2.