INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Mike Hill scored the game's only touchdown on an 11-yard run with 4:02 to go and the Indianapolis Colts handed the Kansas City Chiefs their first loss of the season 19-9 on Sunday, leaving the NFL without any unbeaten teams.

It's the first time since 1970 that no team has reached 4-0.

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The Colts (3-2) won in atypical fashion. For the first time this season, Peyton Manning failed to top 300 yards or throw for a touchdown. He finished 26-of-44 for 244 yards with one interception and couldn't get the Colts into the end zone until Hart's clinching score.

Hill replaced Joseph Addai midway through the third quarter with what appeared to be a right shoulder injury. He did not return.

Cardinals 30, Saints 20

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Max Hall's debut as Arizona's quarterback was a winning one as the Cardinals defense intercepted three passes by Drew Brees.

The undrafted rookie from BYU completed 17 of 27 passes for 168 yards, Jay Feely kicked three field goals and Kerry Rhodes returned a fumble 27 yards for a score to lead the way.

Raiders, 35 Chargers 27

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Michael Bush ran 3 yards for the go-ahead touchdown with 3:39 remaining and Tyvon Branch returned a fumble 64 yards for a score as Oakland snapped a 13-game losing streak against San Diego.

All it took to end the seven-year drought for the Raiders (2-3) was two blocked two punts, two long touchdown drives in the second half led by backup quarterback Jason Campbell and the big play at the end by Branch and Michael Huff.

Titans 34, Cowboys 27

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Chris Johnson scored a pair of 1-yard touchdowns in the fourth quarter, lifting Tennessee over mistake-prone Dallas.

The Cowboys got behind 17-3 with penalties and errors on defense. Dallas managed to tie it at 17 and 20, then a tipped pass that was intercepted set up Johnson's first touchdown of the final period.

Tony Romo tied it again at 27 on a touchdown throw to Jason Witten, then offensive lineman Marc Colombo was penalized 15 yards for celebrating. Dallas (1-3) kicked off from farther back and Tennessee's Marc Mariani returned it to the 11.

Lions 44, Rams 6

DETROIT -- Stefan Logan's 105-yard kickoff return broke a tie and sent the Lions to their first win of the season and ended a 10-game losing streak.

The win was the Lions' most-lopsided since beating the expansion Jacksonville Jaguars 44-0 in 1995.

Logan's franchise-record tying score helped the Lions (1-4) outscore St. Louis 21-3 in the second quarter, and they didn't let up.

Ravens 31, Broncos 17

BALTIMORE -- Ray Rice ran for 133 yards and two touchdowns, and Baltimore frustrated Denver quarterback Kyle Orton.

Baltimore (4-1) jumped to a 17-0 lead and coasted to its third straight win, the first this season by double digits. The Ravens moved past idle Pittsburgh into sole possession of first place in the AFC North.

The Broncos (2-3) fell to 0-5 against the Ravens in Baltimore. In those games, Denver has been outscored 142-56, including 60-24 over the last two years.

Giants 34, Texans 10

HOUSTON -- Eli Manning threw two of his three touchdown passes to Hakeem Nicks and the Giants held Houston to a franchise-low 24 yards rushing.

Nicks finished with career highs of 12 catches and 130 yards, another big day for a receiver against the Texans' porous secondary. Manning finished 27 of 42 for 297 yards, and threw his third TD pass to Steve Smith in the fourth quarter.

Redskins 16, Packers 13, OT

LANDOVER, Md. -- Graham Gano kicked a 33-yard field goal 6:54 into overtime to lift Washington.

The winning score was set up by LaRon Landry's diving interception of Aaron Rodgers at the Packers 39. The Redskins moved the ball with the help of two penalties to set up Gano's kick.

Bears 23, Panthers 6

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Matt Forte rushed for 166 yards and two touchdowns, Julius Peppers had an acrobatic interception against his former team and Chicago overcame four interceptions by backup Todd Collins to keep Carolina winless.

Forte scored both his TDs in the first quarter, during which Peppers silenced a booing crowd in his first game back to Carolina with a diving interception to set up a field goal.

Falcons 20, Browns 10

CLEVELAND -- Defensive end Kroy Biermann's spectacular interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter led Atlanta.

After pressuring Browns quarterback Jake Delhomme, Biermann leaped to deflect the pass and then made a diving headfirst catch like a seasoned wide receiver. Knowing he had not been touched, Biermann scrambled to his feet and rumbled 31 yards on a twisting, turning effort to give the Falcons a 20-10 lead with 4:01 left.

Jaguars 36, Bills 26

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Tight end Marcedes Lewis caught two touchdowns passes as Jacksonville rallied from a 10-point deficit to keep Buffalo winless.

David Garrard shook off an interception and a lost fumble to throw for three touchdowns as the Jaguars (3-2) snapped a four-game road skid. Mike Sims-Walker's 7-yard touchdown put the Jaguars ahead for good, 27-20 lead late in the third quarter.

Buccaneers 24, Bengals 21

CINCINNATI -- Carson Palmer's third interception gave Tampa Bay one last chance, and Connor Barth kicked a 31-yard field goal with 1 second left.

Second-year quarterback Josh Freeman set up the winning kick with a sensational pass, hitting Micheal Spurlock along the sideline for a 21-yard completion to the 13. Spurlock kept both toes inbound for a falling-down catch that was upheld on review.