Down 18, Bills emerge on top at end

• BUFFALO 38, OAKLAND 35: Ryan Fitzpatrick threw a 6-yard touchdown pass to David Nelson with 14 seconds left to cap a wild back-and-forth fourth quarter as the Bills overcame an 18-point deficit to beat the Raiders in Orchard Park, N.Y.

The teams traded leads five times over the final 14:10. The Bills (2-0) scored TDs on all five of their second-half possessions to come back from down 21-3. Fred Jackson scored twice and had 117 yards rushing, and Fitzpatrick threw for 264 yards and three touchdowns.

Jason Campbell was 23-for-33 for 323 yards and two scores for the Raiders (1-1) before having a final desperation pass intercepted by Da'Norris Searcy in the end zone. Officials needed 10 minutes to review the play to determine the call on the field was correct.

• TENNESSEE 26, BALTIMORE 13: Matt Hasselbeck threw for 358 yards and a touchdown, and the Titans (1-1) gave new coach Mike Munchak a big victory in their home opener, beating the Ravens (1-1) in Nashville. With Baltimore focused on stopping Chris Johnson, Hasselbeck attacked through the air. Kenny Britt caught nine passes for 135 yards and a TD, while Nate Washington caught seven passes for 99 yards. Rob Bironas also kicked four field goals as Tennessee held the ball for more than 35 minutes and outgained Baltimore 432-229 in total offense.

 DENVER 24, CINCINNATI 22: Kyle Orton threw two TD passes to Eric Decker, Willis McGahee ran for another score and John Fox gained his first win as coach of the Broncos (1-1) , who beat the Bengals (1-1) for the ninth consecutive time in Denver, where Cincinnati hasn't won since 1975. Andy Dalton threw for 332 yards for the Bengals, hitting fellow rookie A.J. Green 10 times for 124 yards and Jerome Simpson four times for 136 yards.

 HOUSTON 23, MIAMI 13: Andre Johnson caught a 23-yard touchdown pass from Matt Schaub that helped the Texans get off to s 2-0 start by beating the host Dolphins, who are 0-2 for the fifth time in six years. Miami's sieve-like pass defense was no match for Johnson and Schaub, who threw for 230 yards and had a quarterback rating of 118.5. Johnson made seven catches for 93 yards.

• CLEVELAND 27, INDIANAPOLIS 19: Peyton Hillis ran for 94 yards and two touchdowns, Colt McCoy threw for 211 yards and a score and the visiting Browns (1-1) ended a five-game losing streak against the Peyton Manning-less Colts, who are 0-2 for the first time since 1998. The Browns rebounded with their first victory for new coach Pat Shurmur after a loss to the Bengals last week.

• N.Y. JETS 32, JACKSONVILLE 3: Mark Sanchez threw two touchdown passes as the offense started quickly and Antonio Cromartie had two of four interceptions for the Jets (2-0) in East Rutherford, N.J. New York rookie Muhammad Wilkerson had his first NFL sack for a safety early in the game, helping set the tone for a long day for Luke McCown and the Jaguars (1-1).