Philadelphia snapped a five-game losing streak to Miami with a 35-28 victory. . . . Washington has won six straight games for the first time since starting 11-0 in 1991. . . . The New York Jets' 25-22 loss to Buffalo was their eighth straight this season and 12th overall.
Anthony Johnson, in his third game subbing for injured rookie Tshimanga Biakabutuka, had his third straight 100-yard game Sunday in Carolina's 19-7 victory over New Orleans. Johnson finished with 123 yards on 29 carries.
Thurman Thomas set a Bills record for career rushing yardage with 10,218. Thomas, who gained 97 yards against the Jets, eclipsed the mark of 10,183 set by O.J. Simpson. . . . Irving Fryar became the third player in Eagles history to catch four touchdown passes in one game. The others were Ben Hawkins in 1969 and Joe Carter in 1934. . . . Carolina is 5-0 against NFC West teams, with three more divisional games left. . . . Terry Allen ran for three short TDs in the first half of Washington's 31-21 victory over the New York Giants. . . . Michael Irvin caught seven passes for 119 yards in his second game back with Dallas.
Terrell Davis, Broncos, rushed for a team-record 194 yards and two touchdowns in Denver's 45-34 victory over Baltimore. . . . Ricky Watters, Eagles, rushed for a career-high 173 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries in Philadelphia's victory over Miami.
Irving Fryar, Eagles, caught eight passes for 116 yards and four touchdowns in Philadelphia's victory over Miami. . . . Keenan McCardell, Jaguars, had a team-record 16 receptions for 232 yards, but Jacksonville lost, 17-14, to St. Louis. . . . Shannon Sharpe, Broncos, caught nine passes for 161 yards in Denver's victory over Baltimore.
John Elway, Broncos, was 25 for 39 for 326 yards and threw three touchdowns passes to Ed McCaffrey. . . . Vinny Testaverde, Ravens, completed 27 of 45 passes for 338 yards and four TDs. . . . Ty Detmer, Eagles, completed 18 of 24 passes for 226 yards, including four TD tosses to Fryar.
Anthony Parker, Rams, intercepted two passes and ran one back for a touchdown for the second straight week.
Steve Christie kicked six field goals, including a 47-yarder with 10 seconds left, leading Buffalo to a victory over the winless Jets. . . . Morten Andersen made five field goals in Atlanta's 32-28 loss to Dallas. One of them was a 54-yarder, extending his NFL record of 50-plus yard field goals to 31. . . . John Kasay had four field goals for Carolina. . . . Herschel Walker ran the opening kickoff back 89 yards, setting up the first of Emmitt Smith's three touchdowns for Dallas. . . . Al Del Greco made three field goals in Houston's victory over Pittsburgh, giving him a club-record 120. Tony Zendejas made 117 field goals for the Oilers.
Houston drew 50,122 fans to the Astrodome against Pittsburgh, surpassing the total for the Oilers' first two home games (47,807). . . . The attendance of 27,738 at the Tampa Bay-Arizona game was the third-lowest since the Cardinals moved to Arizona in 1988.