NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Terrell Owens got all the attention. Terry Glenn scored the touchdowns.

In a game that featured the return of T.O. and the first NFL start for Tennessee rookie Vince Young, Drew Bledsoe and Glenn hooked up on two 13-yard touchdown passes Sunday and the Dallas Cowboys beat the Titans 45-14.

Owens played with his broken right hand protected by a plate and a glove only five days after his hospital visit for an accidental overdose. He caught five passes for 88 yards but also dropped one in the end zone because he was unable to pull it in with his injured hand.

There was some added drama when Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth stomped on Dallas center Andre Gurode’s face and was ejected. Gurode needed stitches above his left eye.

Young looked very much the rookie as Dallas sacked him twice and intercepted him twice.

Colts 31, Jets 28

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Justin Miller’s 103-yard kickoff return was the quick score the Jets needed. Only problem: It left Peyton Manning with one last chance and plenty of time.

After Miller’s dash gave New York the lead with 2:20 left, Manning led Indianapolis (4-0) on the winning drive, capping it with a 1-yard run that gave the Colts a wild victory.

Manning was 6-of-8 for 60 yards on the drive, including a 19-yard pass to Marvin Harrison and a 15-yarder to Reggie Wayne that put the ball at the 1. Running the no-huddle offense, Manning then took the ball and pushed himself into the end zone.

Ravens 16, Chargers 13

BALTIMORE – Steve McNair brought the unbeaten Ravens back for the second week in a row, throwing a 10-yard pass to Todd Heap with 34 seconds left for the win.

The Ravens (4-0) never led until Heap bulled his way over the goal line. Until that final drive, San Diego (2-1) appeared poised to remain unbeaten.

One week earlier, McNair struggled before engineering a late drive that produced a field goal and a 15-14 win over Cleveland. He did very little against the Chargers, either, until it mattered most.

Redskins 36, Jaguars 30, OT

LANDOVER, Md. – No need for Mark Brunell to gloat about beating his old team. His favorite receiver, Santana Moss, and the rest of the Redskins offense did plenty to leave the Jaguars (2-2) sufficiently embarrassed.

Moss leaped between two defenders to catch a 68-yard touchdown pass 1:49 into overtime, the third time he left would-be tacklers behind on the way to the end zone.

After blowing two fourth-quarter leads, the Redskins (2-2) won the toss at the start of overtime and needed only three plays. Brunell found Moss near the sideline, and Moss left Brian Williams and Deon Grant flat-footed as he snagged the ball on the run.

Rams 41, Lions 34

ST. LOUIS – Maybe the Rams merely needed their old ringmaster back in the building to resemble “The Greatest Show on Turf.”

In a shootout befitting Mike Martz’s return to St. Louis (he’s the Lions offensive coordinator), Isaac Bruce caught a 5-yard touchdown pass with 1:56 to play for the Rams.

Trailing 34-33 with 4:42 to play, the Rams (3-1) got the ball and marched 56 yards in seven plays, scoring when Marc Bulger threw to Bruce, who caught his first TD pass of the season.

Chiefs 41, 49ers 0

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – If Damon Huard keeps playing this well, Kansas City (1-2) won’t have a quarterback crisis while waiting for Trent Green to get back – they’ll have a quarterback controversy once he does.

Huard played almost flawlessly in the rout, hitting 13 of his first 15 passes for 152 yards and two touchdowns while the Chiefs seized a 24-0 halftime lead en route to its first shutout in almost four years.

Texans 17, Dolphins 15

HOUSTON – Mario Williams finally got a sack and Houston picked up its first win.

David Carr scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 1-yard run and the Texans (1-3) survived a late rally by Miami for the win.

The Dolphins (1-3) trailed 17-9 when Daunte Culpepper found Chris Chambers for a 16-yard touchdown with 1:39 to go.

Falcons 32, Cardinals 10

ATLANTA – Michael Vick and his offense are having trouble scoring touchdowns when they get close to the end zone. The way the defense is playing, it doesn’t really matter.

DeAngelo Hall returned an interception 36 yards for a touchdown, Jerious Norwood broke off a 78-yard scoring run and 46-year-old Morten Andersen kicked five field goals in Atlanta’s victory.

Matt Leinart took over with 13 minutes remaining for Kurt Warner. On the Heisman Trophy winner’s second play, Grady Jackson blew by his blocker to knock the ball away from the quarterback.

Bills 17, Vikings 12

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. – J.P. Losman passed for 222 yards and a touchdown and set up another score with a 15-yard scramble, and the game ended with the Vikings on the Bills’ 16-yard line.

Losman had three turnovers in last week’s loss to the New York Jets, but the second-year starter completed 23 of 32 passes to help the Bills (2-2) snap a four-game home losing streak. Peerless Price scored on an 8-yard touchdown catch and Willis McGahee scored on a 1-yard plunge.

Panthers 21, Saints 18

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Jake Delhomme threw a 4-yard touchdown pass to Drew Carter midway through the fourth quarter for Carolina (2-2).

DeShaun Foster’s 43-yard touchdown run on third down with 1:45 left made it 21-10.

Browns 24, Raiders 21

OAKLAND, Calif. – The crowd can be nasty and the stadium is dingy. Yet to Charlie Frye, the Oakland Coliseum must feel like home. Frye threw three TD passes and Cleveland (1-3) used three long returns to rally.

from an early 18-point deficit.

Frye, used a second-half rally to win in Oakland for the second time in his young career despite another late interception that almost cost him the game.

Frye did his work with TD passes to Kellen Winslow and Joe Jurevicius in the third quarter for Cleveland (1-3).

A week off helped the Raiders (0-3) regroup after being outscored 55-6 in the first two games in Art Shell’s second stint as coach. But poor play on special teams and a mediocre performance by Andrew Walter in his first career start helped doom the Raiders.

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