NFL Sunday

Bengals bury Ravens in Baltimore

UNDATED (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens have company atop the AFC North.

Joe Burrow threw for a career-high 416 yards and three touchdowns, including a pivotal 82-yarder to rookie Ja’Marr Chase in the third quarter of Cincinnati’s 41-17 dismantling of the Ravens in Baltimore. Chase had eight catches for 201 yards, easily the most productive performance of his impressive debut season. He also set an NFL record for most yards receiving over his first seven career games.

Lamar Jackson threw for 257 yards and ran for 88, but he was sacked five times as the Ravens had their five-game winning streak snapped.

Both teams are 5-2, but the Bengals hold the tiebreaker after beating Baltimore.

Elsewhere in Week 7 of the NFL season:

— The Cardinals remain the league’s only unbeaten team after Kyler Murray completed 20 of 28 passes for 261 yards, three touchdowns and one interception in a 31-5 thrashing of the Texans. DeAndre Hopkins caught a touchdown pass against his former team and Zach Ertz grabbed a scoring pass for his new team, helping the Cardinals improve to 7-0 for the first time since 1974. James Conner added an 18-yard touchdown run and Ertz had a 47-yard scoring grab, the longest of his career.

— Tom Brady became the first player to throw 600 career touchdown passes, reaching the milestone in the Buccaneers’ 38-3 thrashing of the Bears. Brady completed 20 of 36 passes for 211 yards and four TDs as the Bucs improved to 6-1, the best seven-game start in franchise history. Tampa Bay’s defense had three interceptions, sacked Justin Fields four times and caused the quarterback to fumble twice.

— The Packers earned their sixth consecutive win as Aaron Rodgers went 27 of 35 for 274 yards and three touchdowns in their 24-10 decision over Washington. Davante Adams, Allen Lazard and Robert Tonyan provided the scoring grabs for the NFC North leaders. Washington outgained Green Bay 430-304 but had five scoreless trips inside the Packers 30-yard line, including back-to-back series that ended inside the 5.

— Matthew Stafford passed for 334 yards and three touchdowns against his former team, guiding the Rams’ offense to a 28-19 victory against the Lions. Cooper Kupp had 10 catches for 156 yards and two touchdowns for the Rams, including the go-ahead score with 13:59 to play. Goff passed for 268 yards and nearly led the 0-7 Lions to an upset win in his first meeting with the Rams since they traded him to Detroit for Stafford.

— Ryan Tannehill threw for a touchdown and ran for another in the Titans’ 27-3 stifling of the Chiefs. Tannehill amassed 270 passing yards and Tennessee turned three Kansas City turnovers into 10 points as the 5-2 Titans completed a six-day sweep of last season’s AFC title game participants. Patrick Mahomes (mah-HOHMZ’) turned the ball over twice and was sacked four times.

— The Raiders earned a 33-22 victory against the Eagles as Derek Carr threw for 323 yards, completing 31 of 34 pass attempts with one touchdown. Four different Raiders scored touchdowns as Kenyon Drake and Bryan Edwards found the end zone in the third quarter. Las Vegas lost running back Josh Jacobs to a chest injury after he ran for 29 yards on six attempts, including one touchdown.

— Matt Ryan passed for 336 yards, and Younghoe Koo made a 36-yard field goal as time expired to give the Falcons a 30-28 win over the 1-5 Dolphins. Pitts had seven catches for 163 yards, the last 28 of those on a sideline route with just under two minutes left. Koo’s third field goal of the game saved Atlanta after the 3-3 Falcons wasted a 13-point fourth-quarter lead.

— Daniel Jones tossed a 5-yard scoring pass and made a spectacular one-handed 16-yard catch on the game’s only meaningful touchdown drive in leading the Giants’ 25-3 victory over the Panthers. Jones finished 23 of 33 for 203 yards and had six carries for 30 yards. Graham Gano (gah-NOH’) kicked field goals of 49, 53 and 44 yards as the 2-5 Giants handed Carolina its fourth consecutive loss since a 3-0 start.

— The Patriots enjoyed a 54-13 laugher over the Jets as rookie Mac Jones threw two touchdown passes in his first 300-yard game. Damien Harris and J.J. Taylor ran for two TDs to help New England earn its 12th straight victory and sixth consecutive season sweep over the 1-5 Jets. Jones finished 24 of 36 for 307 yards, and Harris rushed 14 times for 106 yards for the 3-4 Patriots.

— Carson Wentz threw for a pair of scores and ran for a TD to lead the Colts to a rain-soaked 30-18 victory over the 49ers. Jimmy Garoppolo (gah-RAH’-poh-loh) threw for 181 yards, lost a fumble, threw two interceptions and struggled to engineer drives in his first game back after missing one with a calf injury. The 2-4 Niners have dropped four in a row and the Colts are 3-1 since an 0-3 start.