Greg Joseph‘s 37-yard field goal with two seconds left on the clock in OT gave the Cleveland Browns (2-2-1, T 3 NFC North) a 12-9 win over the visiting Baltimore Ravens. Joseph — who was signed for the second game of the years after the Browns’ opening-day kicker proved to be a deficit — also connected on a 35-yarder in the third quarter but missed from 55 away as regulation ran out. He also clanked one off the goal posts on a PAT attempt.
Josh Rosen made his second NFL start a good one, leading the Arizona Cardinals to their first win of the season (1-4, fourth in NFC West) with a 28-18 win over the host San Francisco 49ers. Rosen completed 10 of 25 pass attempts for 170 yards — 75 of those coming on a TD pass in the first quarter.
Tackle Mitchell Schwartz once again appeared on every offensive play (70, plus another six (25 percent) on special teams, as the Kansas City Chiefs remained unbeaten (5-0, first in AFC West) took a 30-14 decision over the visiting Jacksonville Jaguars.
Kicker Greg Joseph was 2-for-2 in field goal attempts (25 and 28 yards) for the Cleveland Browns (1-2-1, T-3, AFC North) in their 45-42 overtime loss to the host Oakland Raiders. He also made two PATs.
Strong safety Jordan Dangerfield made one tackle on special teams, participating in 17 plays (63 percent) as the Pittsburgh Steelers (2-2-1, T 3 AFC North) crushed the visiting Atlanta Falcons, 41-17.
On Thursday, the New England Patriots (3-2, 2nd, AFC East) beat the Indianapolis Colts, 38-24. Free safety Nate Ebner appeared on 24 special teams plays (77 percent).
Tackle Ali Marpet and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-2, third, NFC South) were on their bye week.