Steelers top Ravens, stay unbeaten in NFL

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The Pittsburgh Steelers remained the NFL's lone undefeated team by rebounding from a lacklustre first half on the road and outlasting the depleted Baltimore Ravens 28-24 in an AFC North battle.

The Ravens were 17-7 ahead at halftime but the visitors finished strongly.

Ben Roethlisberger found Chase Claypool on the right edge of the end zone from eight yards out with 7 minutes 29 seconds remaining for what proved to be the winning touchdown.

The bad news wasn't limited to the score for the Ravens (5-2) with linebacker Matthew Judon ejected for intentional contact with an official during a skirmish in the second quarter.

The Steelers improved to 7-0 on the season.

Patrick Mahomes passed for 416 yards, going 31-for-42 with five touchdowns, as the Kansas City Chiefs blasted the visiting New York Jets.

The Super Bowl champions Chiefs (7-1) lead the AFC West while the Jets (0-8) are the only winless team this season.

The New Orleans Saints won their fourth consecutive game overcoming the Chicago Bears 26-23 courtesy of kicker Wil Lutz's fourth field goal for the game.

Russell Wilson threw four touchdown passes while the Seattle Seahawks' beleaguered defence was steady in their 37-27 win over the San Francisco 49ers.

Wilson completed 27 of 37 passes for 261 yards as the Seahawks (6-1) maintained their spot atop the NFC West while the 49ers (4-4) suffered their first road loss of the season.

The Buffalo Bills (6-2) recovered a late fumble to beat New England (2-5) and hand the Patriots their fourth consecutive loss.

Dalvin Cook scored four touchdowns, including three on the ground, to lead the Minnesota Vikings past the NFC North-leading Green Bay Packers 28-22.

Rookie quarterback Joe Burrow threw for 249 yards and two touchdowns as the Cincinnati Bengals pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the week, stopping the Tennessee Titans 31-20.

Philip Rivers threw two of his three first-half touchdown passes to Nyheim Hines as the Indianapolis rolled to a 41-21 defeat of the Detroit Lions.

Elsewhere on Sunday, the Denver Broncos edged the Los Angeles Chargers 31-30, the Las Vegas Raiders defeated the Cleveland Browns 16-6, the Miami Dolphins trumped the Los Angeles Rams 28-17 while the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Dallas Cowboys 23-9.