Cowboys 34, Texans 6
Terrell Owens caught two third-quarter touchdown passes and another in the fourth, turning a tight game against the Texans into an easy victory Sunday, helping the Cowboys (3-2) avenge an embarrassing loss to their in-state rivals four years ago.
Owens' touchdowns covered 3, 21 and 2 yards. Houston (1-4) led 6-3 at halftime, reviving visions of a stunning 19-10 victory over Dallas in the first game in Texans history back in 2002.
Joe Horn had touchdown catches of 14 and 48 yards and John Carney hit a 31-yard field goal as time expired for the Saints. (5-1).
The Saints' Drew Brees threw for 275 yards and three touchdowns. Donovan McNabbthrew two touchdown passes for the Eagles (4-2).
Jake Delhomme threw for a career-high 365 yards and two touchdowns, and Carolina (4-2) slipped past the Ravens for its fourth straight win.
Steve Smith had eight catches for 189 yards and a touchdown, and John Kasay kicked three field goals. The Panthers limited Baltimore (4-2) to 80 yards rushing.
Roy Williams had 10 receptions for 161 yards -- both career highs -- and scored a touchdown while Kevin Jones ran for a season-high 127 yards and a score to lead the Lions (1-5) to victory over the Bills (2-4).
Tiki Barber outplayed the NFL's best ground team by running for 185 yards, Jeremy Shockey caught a couple of touchdown passes and the New York (3-2) rallied past the Falcons (3-2) in the second half.
Barber did much of the damage, breaking off nine runs of at least 12 yards against a defense that was allowing just 69.3 yards per game.
Michael Clayton's 8-yard dive was a touchdown -- barely -- lifting the previously winless Bucs (1-4) over the Cincinnati Bengals with 35 seconds remaining. The reception was initially ruled incomplete but was overturned after a replay, which showed the ball firmly in Clayton's hands as he flew through the air.
The Bengals (3-2) thought they had won when the receiver put the nose of the ball over the goal line on the fourth-down play, then lost control when he landed on the ground. Referee Mike Carey reversed the call, setting off a wild celebration on the home sideline.
Vince Young rallied the Titans (1-5) from an 11-point first-half deficit, leading his previously winless team to an upset of the Washington Redskins (2-4).
Rob Bironas kicked three field goals, including a 30-yarder with 5:11 to play that decided the game. Travis Henry ran for a career-high 178 yards on 32 carries with one touchdown, his second consecutive 100-yard game.
The Steelers (2-3) revived everything they displayed in winning the championship as Ben Roethlisberger threw his first two touchdown passes since the AFC championship game in a rout of the Chiefs (2-3) that snapped a three-game losing streak.
Roethlisberger went 16 of 19 for 238 yards and TDs of 47 yards to Nate Washington and 13 yards to Hines Ward.
LaDainian Tomlinson set a franchise scoring record with a career-best four touchdowns rushing, and Philip Rivers passed for a career-high 334 yards and two touchdowns as the Chargers (4-1) beat San Francisco (2-4).
Laveranues Coles caught two touchdown passes and Mike Nugent kicked a pair of 33-yard field goals, and the Jets (3-3) barely held on. Miami had a chance to tie, but Olindo Mare came up short on a 51-yarder.
After taking a 20-3 lead, the Jets had to sweat this one out as Joey Harrington led the Dolphins (1-5) on two long scoring drives in the fourth quarter.
Jason Elam kicked two field goals for the Broncos (4-1), who became the only team NFL team since 1940 to start off a season by yielding just one TD through five games. The Raiders fell to 0-5.
-- From wire reports