Rookie Doug Martin rushed for a team-record 251 yards and four touchdowns as the Bucs beat the Raiders, 42-32, Sunday in Oakland, Calif.
Martin, who was born in Oakland, had a memorable homecoming for the Bucs (4-4), scoring on runs of 1, 45, 67 and 70 yards, all in the second half.
The 31st pick in April out of Boise State became the first back since at least 1940 to score on three runs of at least 45 yards in a game, according to STATS LLC. He finished 45 yards shy of tying Adrian Peterson's NFL record of 296 set in his rookie season in 2007.
Falcons 19, Cowboys 13
Michael Turner had a tiebreaking 3-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter for host Atlanta (8-0), which remained the NFL's only unbeaten team. Matt Ryan had a season-high 342 yards passing against Dallas (3-5).
Panthers 21, Redskins 13
Cam Newton led a 98-yard drive and got the better of the first NFL matchup between the last two Heisman Trophy winners. Carolina (2-6) broke a five-game losing streak and handed the host Redskins (3-6) and rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III their third consecutive defeat.
Newton threw for 201 yards and ran for 37. Griffin threw for 215 yards, ran 11 times for 53 yards and was sacked four times.
Packers 31, Cardinals 17
Ravens 25, Browns 15
Joe Flacco threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Torrey Smith with 4:26 left as Baltimore (6-2) beat host Cleveland (2-7) for the 10th consecutive time.
Texans 21, Bills 9
Matt Schaub threw two scoring passes, and Arian Foster ran for 111 yards as host Houston (7-1) wore down Buffalo (3-5). Mario Williams had a sack in his return to Reliant Stadium.
Mikel Leshoure ran for three first-half touchdowns, and Calvin Johnson had seven catches for 129 yards as the Lions (4-4) beat the host Jaguars (1-7).
Seahawks 30, Vikings 20
Rookie Russell Wilson threw three TD passes for host Seattle (5-4), which overcame 182 yards rushing by Adrian Peterson to beat Minnesota (5-4). -- AP