One week after their first victory, things looked bleak again for the Bills, who trailed on the road by 17 points at halftime. But Fitzpatrick wasn't ready to quit. He threw three second-half touchdowns to WR Steve Johnson, leading Buffalo to 35 unanswered points and a 49-31 win over the Cincinnati Bengals for its biggest comeback win since 1997.
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Stunned after giving up 20 unanswered points and trailing Houston by 4 with under a minute remaining, the Jets took over the ball with no timeouts, needing to drive 72 yards in 49 seconds. Mark Sanchez operated the clock with precision, completing four passes, including a 6-yard scoring fade pass to Santonio Holmes with 16 seconds left for the win.
Fitzpatrick directs [Bills](/teams/buffalobills/profile?team=BUF) to largest comeback in 13 years
One week after their first victory, things looked bleak again for the Bills, who trailed on the road by 17 points at halftime. But Ryan Fitzpatrick wasn't ready to quit. The Harvard grad threw three second-half TDs to Steve Johnson, leading Buffalo to 35 unanswered points and a 49-31 win over Cincinnati for its biggest comeback win since 1997.
Jones-Drew's determination leads Jags to victory
With 2:46 remaining, down by 3, and starting at their own 13-yard line, the Jaguars needed a boost. They got it in the form of Maurice Jones-Drew, who took a screen pass, broke four tackles, and ran 75 yards to the 1-yard line. Two plays later, he scored, giving Jacksonville its second straight dramatic finish -- a 24-20 victory over Cleveland.