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RIO DE JANEIRO -- The Latest on the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro (all times local):11:50 p. Jason Taylor Dolphins Jersey .m.Led by quite a sister act, the Australians have set a world record in the 4x100-meter freestyle relay to beat an American squad anchored by Katie Ledecky at the Rio Olympics.Simone Manuel and Abbey Weitzeil put the United States ahead at the midway point Saturday night, but Bronte and Cate Campbell were simply too strong on the final two legs. Younger sister Bronte surged past Dana Vollmer before handing off to Cate, who pulled away from Ledecky to win in 3 minutes, 30.65 seconds -- breaking the mark of 3:30.98 the Aussies set two years ago.The U.S. had to settle for silver in an American-record time of 3:31.89, extending a gold medal drought in the event that goes back to the 1996 Atlanta Games.Canada took the bronze in 3:32.89.The relay victory came on the heels of Mack Hortons victory in the mens 400 freestyle, capping an impressive first night for an Australian team that captured only one swimming gold medal in London four years ago.---11:45 p.m.Carmelo Anthony says his US mens basketball teammates need to accept responsibility and move on after reports that three players visited a legal brothel in Rio de Janeiro.Whats done is done. We have time off and guys did what they did. We accept those responsibilities and move on, said Anthony, a four-time Olympian and the elder statesmen of the team. The Americans dominated China 119-62.Anthony was responding to questions about a TMZ report that several players thought they were walking into a spa on their day off Wednesday night, but wound up in a brothel.Coach Mike Krzyzewski did not address the situation during his postgame news conference.---11:35 p.m.MEDAL ALERT-WORLD RECORD: Australia sets a world record to capture the gold medal in the womens 4x100-meter freestyle relay at the Rio Olympics. The United States takes the silver medal, while the bronze goes to Canada.---11:25 p.m.Sarah Sjostrom of the Sweden is the top qualifier in the womens 100-meter butterfly.Sjostrom posted a time of 55.84 seconds in the second semifinal heat Saturday night, just off her world record of 55.64. Emma McKeon of Australia was next at 56.81, followed by Japans Rikako Ikee (57.05) and Dana Vollmer (57.06) of the United States.Vollmer is the defending Olympic champion and coming back after having her first child last year.The other American in the field, Kelsi Worrell, failed to qualify for Sunday nights final. She was ninth at 57.54.---11:25 p.m.Amber Hearn scored in the first half and New Zealand hung on to defeat Colombia 1-0 on Saturday night in Belo Horizonte.Known as the Ferns, New Zealand made it to the quarterfinals at the London Games. The team dropped its group-stage opener to the United States on Wednesday.The victory was costly because Abby Erceg was shown a red card late in the match, meaning that she wont be able to play on Tuesday when New Zealand faces France in Manaus.Colombia dropped to 0-2 in the group stage, and faces a tough challenge on Tuesday against the top-ranked United States.---11:10 p.m.Katinka Hosszu finally claimed her first Olympic medal -- and set a world record for good measure.The Hungarian star, known as The Iron Lady for her grueling schedule, crushed the former mark in the womens 400-meter individual medley Saturday night at the Rio Games. She led all the way and touched in 4 minutes, 26.36 seconds, easily eclipsing the record of 4:28.43 held by Chinas Ye Shiwen.Hosszu had time to turn toward the scoreboard and savor her triumph before Maya DiRado of the United States touched in 4:31.15 to take the silver medal. Mireia Belmonte Garcia of Spain claimed the bronze in 4:32.39.This triumph was especially sweet for Hosszu, who had captured nine medals -- including five golds -- at the world championships but never won an Olympic medal.Now, she has the best one of all.Elizabeth Beisel of the U.S., the silver medalist at the 2012 London Games, finished sixth.---10:55 p.m.MEDAL ALERT-WORLD RECORD: Katinka Hosszu of Hungary sets a world record in the womens 400-meter individual medley to win the gold medal at the Rio Olympics. Maya DiRado of the United States claims the silver and Mireia Belmonte Garcia of Spain takes the bronze.---10:45 p.m.Australias Mack Horton has won the gold medal in the mens 400-meter freestyle at the Rio Olympics, holding off rival Sun Yang of China.What happened after the race was even more dramatic.Horton grabbed the lead for good on the next-to-last lap and held off the hard-charging Sun, the defending Olympic champion. But the bad blood between the two was on display for all to see as Horton celebrated after the race without even acknowledging the runner-up.In fact, they climbed out of the pool side by side without so much as a passing glance.After the prelims of the mens 400 freestyle, Horton was asked about a reported incident between the two at the practice pool earlier in the week. The Aussie said Sun splashed me to say hello, and I didnt respond because I dont have time for drug cheats.Sun served a three-month suspension for using a banned stimulant in 2014.---10:35 p.m.MEDAL ALERT: Australias Mack Horton wins gold in the mens 400-meter freestyle. Chinas Sun Yang claims the silver and Italys Gabriele Detti takes the bronze.---10:30 p.m.Venus Williams faded as her opening match at her record fifth Olympics dragged past 3 hours and she lost 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (5) to Kirsten Flipkens of Belgium.The 36-year-old American -- owner of four gold medals and seven Grand Slam titles -- labored at times and even showed frustration by shouting Ridiculous! after dropping one point Saturday night.With U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry watching, the fifth-seeded Williams was broken while serving for the victory at 5-3. She was two points from the win four times but could not close out Flipkens, who is ranked 62nd and only once reached the semifinals of a major tournament.When the match ended, Flipkens reacted as if shed won gold, even getting down on the ground to kiss the white five-ring Olympic logo on the green court.Williams is the first tennis player to participate in singles at five Summer Games.---10:30 p.m.Kosuke Hagino of Japan has ended the United States dominance in the mens 400-meter individual medley, holding off American Chase Kalisz to win the gold medal at the Rio Olympics.Hagino and Japanese teammate Daiya Seto raced away from the field on the butterfly and backstroke legs before Kalisz began to close the gap. The American surged past Seto on the breaststroke and set his sights on Hagino.But the Japanese swimmer, who won bronze in this event at the 2012 London Games, held on to win in 4 minutes, 6.05 seconds. Kalisz settled for the silver in 4:06.75, while Seto grabbed the bronze in 4:09.71.Hagino became the first non-American to win the 400 IM since Tamas Darnyi of Hungary at the 1992 Barcelona Games.Ryan Lochte was the defending Olympic champion, but he finished third at the U.S. trials and didnt event qualify. Michael Phelps was the champion in 2004 and 2008, but hes dropped the 400 IM from his program. Tom Dolan was a back-to-back champion in 1996 and 2000.---10:20 p.mUPSET ALERT: 5th-ranked Venus Williams loses opening match at record fifth Olympics to 62nd-ranked Kirsten Flipkens of Belgium.---10:15 p.m.MEDAL ALERT: Kosuke Hagino of Japan wins the mens 400-meter individual medley at the Rio Olympics. Chase Kalisz of the United States takes the silver and Japans Daiya Seto claims the bronze.---10:05 p.m.The chaotic mens Olympic road race left Italian star Vincenzo Nibali with a broken collarbone and Australias Richie Porte, a favorite for this weeks time trial, with a fractured shoulder blade.Nibali crashed along with Colombias Sergio Henao while leading on the final harrowing descent of the 236-kilometer race, allowing Greg Van Avermaet of Belgium to claim the gold medal.Nibalis coach, Davide Cassani, said on Twitter the Giro dItalia winner broke his collarbone.Porte may have had an even tougher day, dealing with mechanical issues even before he crashed on the same tricky descent. Cycling Australia confirmed Porte was taken to Vitoria Hospital in Barra and found to have a broken bone that will keep him out of Wednesdays time trial.---10:05 p.m.Gu Yasha and Tan Ruyin each scored and China defeated South Africa 2-0 in a group-stage match Saturday night in Rio de Janeiro.It was Chinas first victory in the Olympics since they were hosts in 2008. The No. 12-ranked Steel Roses did not play in London.South Africa, known as Banyana Banyana, dropped to 0-2 at the Rio Games and the teams chances of making the knockout stage were slim.China fell 3-0 to hosts Brazil in its opener.---9:40 p.m.Its party time at the Olympic pool.Samba dancers in feathers and sequins are tearing it up on deck accompanied by drummers ahead of the first late-night finals session of the Rio Games on Saturday.Several swimmers and coaches are capturing the entertainment on their cellphones while swimmers warm up in the pool.Rowdy music from the Rolling Stones and AC/DC has been blasting too, ensuring everyone is awake for the first final that begins at 10 p.m.---9:30 p.m.Sopita Tanasan of Thailand won gold in her Olympic debut with an easy victory in the womens 48-kilogram category Saturday in the first weightlifting event at the Rio Games.Tanasan snatched 92 kilograms and lifted 108 kilograms in the clean and jerk for a total of 200 kilograms. It was her first time competing on the world level at that weight class.On her first lift in clean and jerk, Tanasan easily succeeded at 106 kilos to take the lead. She lifted 108 kilos on her second attempt, but failed at 110 kilos on her final try.In a last-ditch bid to snatch the gold, Sri Wahuni Agustiani of Indonesia twice tried to lift 115 kilos to overtake Tanasan. She failed on the first try and Tanasan celebrated by hugging her coaches in the green room.Agustiani was able to lift the bar on her second attempt and her coaches screamed in celebration, but she couldnt jerk the weight.Agustiani won silver and Hiromi Miyake took bronze.---9:20 p.m.Katie Ledecky will be anchoring the United States in the womens 4x100-meter freestyle relay.Ledecky already swam in the afternoon preliminaries Saturday, leading the Americans to the second-fastest time behind the favored Australians.Shes the only holdover from the morning team. The U.S. rested its top two 100 free swimmers, Abbey Weitzeil and Simone Manuel, and theyre also adding Dana Vollmer, wholl be doing double duty in the late-night session. Shes also competing in the semifinals of the 100 butterfly, but well have more than an hour to rest up between races.Manuel leads off for the Americans, followed by Weitzeil, Vollmer and Ledecky. Theyll be trying to give the U.S. its first gold medal in the event since the 1996 Atlanta Games.Defending Olympic champion Australia is a big favorite. Emma McKeon and Brittany Elmsie will take the top two legs, followed by sisters Bronte and Cate Campbell.---9:20 p.m.Saskia Bartusiak scored in the 88th minute to pull Germany into a 2-all draw with Australia in a womens soccer group-stage match at Corinthian Stadium in Sao Paulo on Saturday.Sam Kerr scored for Australia in the sixth minute and Caitlin Ford added another in the 45th, but Germany closed the gap in first-half stoppage time with Sara Daebritzs goal.Australia is ranked No. 5 in the world. Known as the Matildas, they had a breakthrough last summer when they became the first Austrailain team -- male or female -- to win a World Cup knockout round match.Germany, ranked No. 2 in the world, defeated Zimbabwe 6-1 in the Olympic tournament opener. Australia fell to Canada 2-0 to open the group stage.---9 p.m.The U.S. Olympic mens basketball team began its charge toward a third straight gold medal with a 119-62 rout of China on Saturday.Kevin Durant scored 25 points and Demarcus Cousins added 17 for the win.Durant and Carmelo Anthony are the only two returning players from the 2012 squad that won it all in London, and the pair of NBA All-Stars showed their young teammates how the American team rolls at the Olympics. Despite not having big-name players like LeBron James, Stephen Curry and Russell Westbrook, the U.S. is an overwhelming favorite to win another title.Durant made three 3-pointers in the first half as the U.S. opened a 29-point halftime lead and coasted.The Americans have won 69 straight games, and improved to 81-1 under coach Mike Krzyzewski, who revived the U.S. program and plans to step down following these games.The U.S. plays Venezuela on Monday.----8:35 p.m.Rios downtown cauldron has become selfie central. A day after it was lit to formally open the games, thousands of Rios residents have been taking turns snapping images of themselves in front of the Olympic flame.Residents such as Thiago Rodrigues say that even some once opposed to hosting the games are now happy they are taking place in their city.The flame was moved to its new location on Olympic Boulevard at the end of the opening ceremony Friday night in Maracana stadium. The newly-renovated precinct on Guanabara Bay features big screens and live entertainment during the games.It is also home to architect Santiago Calatravas iconic Museu do Amanha, or Museum of Tomorrow. Its soaring silhouette provided the perfect backdrop for more sunset selfies. Matt Moore Dolphins Jersey . Michell Burger, a woman who lives on an estate next to Pistorius gated community, said she and her husband were awoken by the screams in the pre-dawn hours of Feb. 14 last year, when Pistorius killed Reeva Steenkamp by shooting four times through a door in his bathroom. Cameron Wake Dolphins Jersey .C. -- Rodney Hood connected from all over the court while freshman Jabari Parker was busy swatting shots and scoring in transition. . The Clippers were angry about blowing a big lead; the Kings didnt like being in that kind of hole and nearly digging themselves out only to lose. EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- With a no-huddle offense and no-fooling-around defense, the New York Giants snapped the Cowboys 11-game winning streak with a 10-7 victory Sunday night, preventing Dallas from clinching the NFC East.Dallas (11-2) hadnt lost since the season opener against the Giants (9-4), who solidified their position in the NFC playoff chase as the top-wild card team. New York still hopes to catch Dallas in the division, and it can thank a stingy, aggressive defense for still having that opportunity.Missing star defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, the Giants couldnt stop rookie sensation Ezekiel Elliott from rushing for 107 yards. But New Yorks pressure stymied the other Cowboys rookie standout, quarterback Dak Prescott, blanked receiver Dez Bryant until 2:13 remained -- he fumbled away the ball on that play -- and held Dallas to one conversion in 15 third-down attempts.The Giants had three sacks, continually made Prescott uncomfortable, and he threw two picks.New Yorks offense was unsightly much of the night, blanked at halftime with only 84 net yards. Then it switched to the no-huddle and put together a short drive to Robbie Goulds 39-yard field goal, making it 7-3.But Odell Beckham Jr., stepped up, as he often does, and sped through the Cowboys on a 61-yard touchdown play. Beckham caught Eli Mannings pass at the Giants 48 and raced all the way to the end zone for the lead the defense preserved.Manning was 17 for 28 for 193 yards, one TD, one interception and two fumbles. His main adversary was linebacker Sean Lee, who had 18 tackles. Prescott finished 17 for 37 for 165 yards and a touchdown.BENGALS 23, BROWNS 10CLEVELAND -- Robert Griffin III returned from injury but couldnt keep Cleveland from falling closer to infamy as Cincinnati built a big early lead and held off the winless Browns in the snow.Andy Dalton threw two touchdown passes to Tyler Eifert as the Bengals (5-7-1) kept their playoff chances pulsating for another week.Griffin started for the first time since getting hurt in the opener. He couldnt produce a win for the Browns (0-13).RG3 did score on a 1-yard sneak in the third quarter, but the Browns lost their 16th straight dating to Dec. 13 last season. Cleveland has lost 23 of 24 and 31 of 34 since the end of 2014.The Browns have three games left to avoid joining the 2008 Detroit Lions as the NFLs only 0-16 teams. They are making history with every loss. They are the seventh team since 1962 to start 0-13, joining the `08 Lions, 1980 Saints, 1976 Buccaneers, 2011 Colts, 2007 Dolphins and 1962 Raiders.Griffin finished 12 of 28 for 104 yards. Isaiah Crowell was a bright spot for Cleveland, rushing for 113 yards on 10 carries.Dalton, who has had some of his best games against Cleveland, connected twice in the first half with Eifert as the Bengals bullied the NFLs worst team for 30 minutes.BUCCANEERS 16, SAINTS 11TAMPA, Fla. -- Streaking Tampa Bay bolstered its playoff hopes by building an early lead and holding off Drew Brees and New Orleans for its fifth straight victory.Doug Martin scored on a 1-yard run, Roberto Aguayo kicked three field goals and an improving defense intercepted Brees three times while holding the NFL passing leader without a touchdown pass.Brees began the day leading the league in completions, attempts, completion percentage, passing yards and TD passes, but failed to throw for a touchdown for the second straight week, the first time hes done that in consecutive games since 2009.Safety Keith Tandy picked off the quarterbacks final pass on fourth-and-1 from near midfield in the final minute.The Bucs (8-5) have won five straight for the first time since 2002, the season they went on to win their only Super Bowl. New Orleans (5-8) entered hoping to tighten the NFC South race, but instead dropped three games behind division co-leaders Atlanta and Tampa Bay.TITANS 13, BRONCOS 10NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- DeMarco Murray ran for 92 yards and a touchdown, and the Titans held on to and keep a piece of first place in the AFC South. With the win, the Titans (7-6) also climbed above .500 for the first time all season.The Titans came in with the NFLs third-best rushing offense and the AFCs top runner in Murray, and they ran right over a Denver defense that came in 28th in that category. By halftime, the Titans ran 26 times for 138 yards -- the second-most rushes by any team in the first half this season and most allowed in the first half by Denver since 2014.Tennessee then had to hold on as Trevor Siemian tried to rally Denver (8-5) despite a sprained left foot that kept him out last week. He threw a 3-yard TD pass to Emmanuel Sanders with 9:58 left and drove the Broncos to first-and-goal at the Tennessee 7 before rookie Aaron Wallace sacked him.Coach Gary Kubiak settled for a 34-yard field goal by Brandon McManus on fourth-and-goal at the 16 with 4:28 left.Siemian was driving the Broncos again when A.J. Derby fumbled after a catch. Safety Daimion Stafford recovered with 53 seconds left, and the Titans finished off their biggest win in years.PACKERS 38, SEAHAWKS 10GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Aaron Rodgers passed for 246 yards and three touchdowns and Green Bay routed Seattle.Seattles Russell Wilson threw a career-high five interceptions and the Packers (7-6) won their third straight game to keep their playoff hopes alive.Theyre two games back of first-place Detroit in the NFC North, but play division opponents in the last three weeks of the season.Green Bay gained more than 300 yards in the first game for the Seahawks (8-4-1) without former All-Pro safety Earl Thomas, who is out for the season with a broken leg.Rodgers set the tone on the opening drive after connecting with receiver Davante Adams on a perfectly-thrown pass down the right sideline for a 66-yard touchdown. Cornerback Jeremy Lane slipped on the play.REDSKINS 27, EAGLES 22PHILADELPHIA -- Chris Thompsons 25-yard touchdown run with 1:54 remaining lifted Washington. Kirk Cousins threw two touchdown passes, including an 80-yard toss to DeSean Jackson, and had a pick-6.The Eagles took a 22-21 lead when Caleb Sturgis hit a 41-yard field goal with 4:59 left after holder Donnie Jones got the high snap from third-string long snapper Trey Burton down in time.Carson Wentz drove Philadelphia to the Redskins 14 in the final minute, but Ryan Kerrigan sacked him to force a fumble and seal the win for Washington (7-5-1), which remained in the middle of a jumbled playoff race.The Eagles (5-8) have lost four in a row and eight of 10 after a 3-0 start.Jackson made a twisting, over-the-shoulder catch and spun away from Leodis McKelvin before slowing down and jogging into the end zone to give the Redskins a 14-13 lead in the third quarter.McKelvin intercepted Cousins and returned it 29 yards for a TD early in the fourth quarter, but Wentzs pass to Jordan Matthews was knocked down on the 2-point conversion.Cousins then connected with Pierre Garcon on a 15-yard TD pass to extend the lead to 21-13.STEELERS 27, BILLS 20ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- LeVeon Bell scored three times and set a franchise record with 236 yards rushing in finding traction on a slick, snow-covered field.The Steelers overcame three interceptions thrown by Ben Roethlisberger to win their fourth straight and improve to 8-5 and keep pace in the AFC playoff race. The loss all but mathematically eliminated the Bills (6-7) from contention, and puts them in jeopardy of extending the NFLs longest active playoff drought to 17 years -- the longest since New Orleans ended a 20-year drought by reaching the postseason for their first time in 1987.After scoring in the first half on 3- and 7-yard runs, Bell put the game away on the opening drive of the third quarter. He had nine rushes for 72 yards alone and capped the 82-yard drive by waltzing into the end zone from 5 yards. Andrew Franks Dolphins Jersey. Bell also had 62 yards receiving to account for 298 of the 460 yards gained by Pittsburgh. It was the second three-TD game of his career, and first in which he scored three times rushing. Bell broke the franchise rushing record set by Willie Parker, who had 223 yards against Cleveland on Dec. 7, 2006FALCONS 42, RAMS 14LOS ANGELES -- Matt Ryan passed for 237 yards and three touchdowns and Atlanta forced five turnovers to beat the Los Angeles.Deion Jones returned an interception 33 yards for a touchdown, and Vic Beasley forced a fumble by Jared Goff and returned it for another TD during Atlantas comprehensive pummeling of the Rams (4-9), who have lost four straight and eight of nine in their increasingly miserable homecoming season.Tevin Coleman caught a TD pass and rushed for another score for the Falcons (8-5), who opened up a 42-point lead in the third quarter and stayed atop the NFC South with their fourth win in six games.Even without injured receivers Julio Jones and Mohamed Sanu, Atlanta had little trouble from the opening kickoff, which was fumbled by Rams rookie Michael Thomas and recovered at the Los Angeles 3.VIKINGS 25, JAGUARS 16JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Matt Asiata scored on a short touchdown run, Kai Forbath kicked four field goals and the Vikings won for just the second time in nine weeks.Asiata had a chance to score three times, but he was stopped on a fourth-and-goal run in the second quarter and fumbled at the goal line in the fourth. Those mistakes hardly hurt against the hapless Jaguars (2-11), who dropped their eighth consecutive game and fell to 0-6 at EverBank Field this season.Minnesota (7-6) hadnt won on the road since Sept. 25 at Carolina. A loss to the Jaguars would have weakened their playoff chances.Sam Bradford completed 24 of 34 passes for 292 yards and a touchdown. His 3-yard TD toss to Kyle Rudolph with 2:13 remaining sealed the victory.Vikings coach Mike Zimmer returned after a one-game absence and was on the sideline. Zimmer missed last weeks game against Dallas because of a detached retina and was unsure earlier in the week whether he would be on the field or in an upstairs box. Zimmer, who needed a doctors clearance to fly to Jacksonville, was wearing a patch over his right eye. He also had protective glasses on beforehand, but ditched those when the game started.TEXANS 22, COLTS 17INDIANAPOLIS -- Lamar Miller scored Houstons only touchdown and the Texans defense stopped Andrew Luck on Indys final drive. Houston (7-6) retained a share of the AFC South lead with Tennessee by ending its three-game losing streak.The Texans won for the second straight year in Indy, have won nine straight against division foes and got their first sweep of the Colts in franchise history.Luck drove the Colts (6-7) to the Texans 42-yard line with 1:24 left. But on fourth-and-1, a blitz forced an errant screen pass to Robert Turbin.Miller finished with 21 carries for 107 yards, while Brock Osweiler was 14 of 24 for 147 yards with one interception.Luck was 24 of 45 for 276 yards with two TD passes, two interceptions and one fumble. T.Y. Hilton had nine catches for 115 yards and a 35-yard TD catch that closed Indys deficit to 19-17 early in the fourth quarter.PANTHERS 28, CHARGERS 16CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Carolinas defense forced five turnovers by Philip Rivers and had five sacks and a safety.Cam Newton was a pedestrian 10 of 27 for 160 yards with one touchdown pass and one interception for Carolina (5-8), which snapped a two-game losing streak and kept its slim playoff hopes alive. Jonathan Stewart ran for 66 yards and a touchdown and Graham Gano had four field goals.But it was Carolinas defense that set the tone early -- and later put the game away.Despite playing without middle linebacker Luke Kuechly and defensive end Charles Johnson, the Panthers had four sacks on Rivers and forced three turnovers in the first half to build a 23-7 lead.One of those turnovers, a strip-sack by Kawann Short, proved extra costly for the Chargers (5-8). Running back Melvin Gordon, who came in averaging 117.5 yards from scrimmage and had scored 12 touchdowns, was carted off with a hip injury after his left leg twisted under a pile while attempting to recover the loose ball. He did not return.The Chargers later lost defensive end Joey Bosa to a neck injury.DOLPHINS 26, CARDINALS 23MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Ryan Tannehill threw three touchdown passes before being sidelined with a knee injury, and Andrew Franks kicked a 21-yard field goal as time expired.Tannehill limped to the locker room late in the third quarter after being hit around the legs by defensive tackle Calais Campbell as he released a completion. The Dolphins led 21-9 when Tannehill departed, and backup Matt Moore failed to lead Miami to a first down in his first three series.The Cardinals mounted touchdown drives of 99 and 50 yards to tie the game, but Miami forced a punt to start at the Arizona 47 with 1:29 left. Moore threw a 12-yard completion to Kenny Stills for a first down, and then threw long to Stills for 29 yards to set up Franks winning kick.The Dolphins (8-5) won for the seventh time in the past eight games and helped their bid to end an eight-year playoff drought. The Cardinals (5-7-1) fell further behind in the race for the final NFC wild-card berth.LIONS 20, BEARS 17DETROIT -- Matthew Stafford ran for a go-ahead, 7-yard touchdown with 3:17 left after throwing two interceptions in the fourth quarter, one that was returned for a score on the previous possession.Matt Barkley completed two passes that put the Bears in a position to at least attempt a tying field goal in the final minute, but both were negated by penalties, before Chicago turned over the ball on downs from the Detroit 44.The NFC North-leading Lions (9-4) have won five straight and eight of nine, moving them a step closer to winning a division title for the first time in 23 years.Chicago (3-10) has lost four of five.Stafford was picked off twice after he threw only one interception the previous eight games. Demontre Hurst intercepted Staffords pass in Chicagos end zone after it ricocheted off teammate Bryce Callahan and receiver Golden Tate early in the fourth quarter. CreVon LeBlanc returned an interception 24 yards midway through the fourth to put Chicago up 17-13.JETS 23, 49ERS 17, OTSANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Bilal Powell ran for 145 yards, including the game-ending 19-yard touchdown in overtime, to help Bryce Petty and New York rally from 14 points down.Petty threw an interception on his first pass of the game and the Jets (4-9) trailed 14-0 less than 5 minutes into the game. San Francisco (1-12) led 17-3 at halftime, but fell flat after that and lost a franchise-worst 12th straight game.Powell took over from there and scored his second TD of the game on New Yorks first possession of overtime after Pettys scramble and 26-yard pass to Robby Anderson put the Jets in field goal range.Petty, who went 23 for 35 for 257 yards in his second career start, rallied the Jets back from a 17-3 deficit in the first half by leading two fourth-quarter scoring drives. New York used a 15-play, 66-yard drive to cut the deficit to 17-14 with 5:04 left when Powell bowled his way in for a 5-yard run and Petty ran in the 2-point conversion.New York then forced a punt and Petty led the Jets 33 yards to tie the game on Nick Folks 50-yard field goal with 38 seconds left.---For more NFL coverage: and Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '