CINCINNATI — Andy Dalton’s fingerprints were all over one of the Cincinnati Bengals’ greatest comebacks.

Dalton led Cincinnati back from a 17-point deficit, and Mike Nugent’s 42-yard field goal in overtime bounced off the left upright but went through for a 27-24 win Sunday over the Seattle Seahawks.

It matched the second-biggest comeback in team history and came against the two-time defending NFC champions – a signature moment for the unbeaten Bengals.

“For us to come back against a really, really good team is huge,” Dalton said.

Dalton threw for a touchdown in the fourth quarter, ran for another and led the Bengals on a 69-yard drive without a timeout. Nugent tied it with a 31-yard field goal on the final play of regulation.

The Bengals are 5-0 for the first time since 1988, the last time they went to the Super Bowl.

Seattle (2-3) looked to be in good shape after scoring a pair touchdowns during a 2-minute span of the third quarter. Thomas Rawls ran 69 yards for a touchdown, part of a career-best 169-yard game.

Bobby Wagner then returned a fumble 23 yards for a touchdown, handing a 24-7 lead to the NFL’s second-ranked defense.

FALCONS 25, WASHINGTON 19: Robert Alford returned an interception 59 yards for a touchdown, giving Atlanta (5-0) an overtime win against visiting Washington (2-3).

Devonta Freeman’s 6-yard run in the final minute of regulation but Atlanta ahead 19-16, but Dustin Hopkins’ 52-yard field goal on the final play of regulation forced overtime.

PACKERS 24, RAMS 10: Aaron Rodgers threw for two touchdowns and 241 yards as Green Bay (5-0) remained undefeated, but his impressive string of not being intercepted at Lambeau Field ended in a win over St. Louis (2-3).

Rodgers’ NFL-record streak of 587 pass attempts at home without an interception ended in the first quarter when linebacker James Laurinaitis made a diving interception of a tipped ball. Rodgers threw another interception in the second quarter.

BROWNS 33, RAVENS 30: Travis Coons kicked a 32-yard field goal in overtime and Josh McCown threw for a team-record 457 yards as Cleveland (2-3) won at Baltimore (1-4).

The Browns had lost 13 of their previous 14 meetings with Baltimore, but they rallied from a 12-point deficit.

BRONCOS 16, RAIDERS 10: Chris Harris Jr. returned a fourth-quarter interception 74 yards for a touchdown, and visiting Denver (5-0) overcame a shaky day from Peyton Manning, who was intercepted twice by 1998 draft classmate Charles Woodson and failed to lead the Broncos to an offensive touchdown for the second time this season.

Oakland is 2-3.

CARDINALS 42, LIONS 17: Carson Palmer threw for three touchdowns to lead Arizona (4-1) to a win at Detroit (0-5), while Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was benched after throwing three interceptions.

BEARS 18, CHIEFS 17: Jay Cutler led Chicago (2-3) to a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns in a comeback win at Kansas City (1-4), including a 7-yard toss to Matt Forte with 18 seconds left.

EAGLES 39, SAINTS 17: Sam Bradford overcame two red-zone interceptions and threw for 333 yards and two touchdowns, and Fletcher Cox forced two fumbles on sacks as Philadelphia (2-3) beat visiting New Orleans (1-4).

BILLS 14, TITANS 13: Tyrod Taylor threw a touchdown pass, ran for a score and even caught a pass in rallying Buffalo (3-2) to a win at Tennessee (1-3).

BUCCANEERS 38, JAGUARS 31: Doug Martin ran for 123 yards and scored three touchdowns, helping Jameis Winston rebound from his worst pro performance as Tampa Bay (2-3) snapped an 11-game home losing streak that dated to December 2013.

Blake Bortles passed for 303 yards and four TDs for Jacksonville (1-4), which has lost 12 straight road games.

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