Cutler, Gould carry Bears to first victory
• CHICAGO 22, OAKLAND 20: Jay Cutler threw for two touchdowns and redeemed himself after an interception by helping set up a 49-yard field goal by Robbie Gould in the closing seconds, leading the host Bears to their first victory under new coach John Fox. The Raiders (2-2) took the lead on a 41-yard field goal by Sebastian Janikowski with just over two minutes remaining, a score set up by an interception by Charles Woodson. But Cutler led Chicago (1-3) from its 20-yard line to the Oakland 32 before Gould nailed the winner. "I was really happy to see smiles in there," Fox said. Gould also made field goals of 19 and 54 yards but had his extra-point attempt on the Bears' opening touchdown blocked.
• ATLANTA 48, HOUSTON 21: Dazzling as both a runner and a receiver, Devonta Freeman had another three-touchdown game for the host Falcons, who improved to 4-0 with a rout of the Texans (1-3). Taking over after rookie starter Tevin Coleman suffered a rib injury in Week 2, Freeman is the only player since at least the 1970 AFL-NFL merger to rush for at least three TDs in each of his first two starts. Sunday, he scored on runs of 16, 23 and 6 yards, and set up another TD with a 44-yard reception.
• N.Y. GIANTS 24, BUFFALO 10: Rashad Jennings broke three tackles to score on a 51-yard touchdown catch midway through the fourth quarter and the Giants (2-2) beat the host Bills (2-2). Eli Manning completed 20 of 35 passes for 212 yards and three TDs, and New York's defense did the rest with Prince Amukamara stripping Robert Woods of the ball with 3:41 left. The Bills were called for 17 penalties totaling 135 yards.