The Steelers are 3-for-3 on two-point conversions this year. And they're not about to stop.
"We don't practice it this much to not do it. We practice it every single day," quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said this week, according to ESPN. "It's something we feel comfortable with."
The NFL changed its post-touchdown conversion rules this year, moving the one-point kick back to the 15-yard line while allowing teams to continue to go for two points from the 2. The change has had a fairly sizable effect after just two weeks: Kickers have missed nine extra points already, compared with eight all of last season. Teams also have gone for two 15 times, four more than in all of last season.
• The NFL said it would only put a full-time franchise in London once all operational issues are worked out and the league is sure the team would be competitive. Mark Waller, executive vice president of the NFL's international division, said there is no time frame for placing a team in London. Wembley Stadium will host three games this season, starting with the Miami vs. the New York Jets on Oct. 4.
• Cam Newton expressed just one regret about somersaulting his way into the end zone against the Texans. "I just hate that I didn't stick it," Newton said of his landing. Newton's frontward flip over a Houston defensive back proved to be the go-ahead touchdown in Carolina's 24-17 win Sunday.
• Travis Benjamin, a Cleveland wide receiver and punt returner, is the first player to score four TDs of at least 50 yards in the first two weeks since Browns running back Jim Brown in 1963.
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis (groin), wide receiver Eric Decker (knee) and running back Chris Ivory (quadriceps) are all uncertain to play Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles because of injuries. … Jimmy Clausen is taking all the snaps at practice so far this week for Chicago. Jay Cutler is nursing a strained hamstring.