MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Matt Moore replaced an injured Jay Cutler and threw two touchdown passes in the final 12 minutes to lead the Miami Dolphins to a comeback victory, their biggest since last week.

Rallies are becoming routine for the overachieving Dolphins, who pulled off another improbable win by erasing a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit to beat the New York Jets 31-28 on Sunday.

Josh McCown threw three touchdown passes and ran for another for the Jets, but his interception in the final minute set up the winning field goal.

Bobby McCain stepped in front of a pass intended for Jermaine Kearse to give Miami the ball at the Jets 27 with 39 seconds left.

Cody Parkey kicked a 39-yard field goal with 22 seconds to go for the Dolphins’ first lead of the game.

BILLS 30, BUCCANEERS 27: Rookie cornerback Tre’Davious White forced and recovered a fumble to set up Stephen Hauschka’s 30-yard field goal with 14 seconds left, and Buffalo (4-2) beat Tampa Bay (2-4) in Orchard Park, New York.

LeSean McCoy had 91 yards rushing and scored twice, including a 7-yard run to tie the score with 2:28 remaining. Tyrod Taylor went 20 of 33 for 268 yards and a touchdown, while Buffalo’s defense forced three turnovers.

COWBOYS 40, 49ERS 10: Ezekiel Elliott gained 219 yards from scrimmage and tied a career high with three touchdowns just days after a legal reprieve put his suspension on hold, and Dallas (3-3) won at San Francisco (0-7).

Elliott was granted his second temporary restraining order on Tuesday, putting his six-game suspension over domestic violence allegations on hold, and then gave the Cowboys a big boost on the field.

BEARS 17, PANTHERS 3: Rookie safety Eddie Jackson became the first NFL player to score multiple defensive touchdowns of 75 yards or more in a game, leading Chicago (3-4) to a victory over Carolina (4-3) in Chicago.

Jackson ran back a fumble recovery 75 yards on the game’s opening possession and returned an interception of Cam Newton 76 yards for a score early in the second quarter to give Chicago a 14-0 lead.

SEAHAWKS 24, GIANTS 7: Russell Wilson threw three second-half touchdown passes and Seattle (4-2) limited New York’s receiver-depleted offense to 177 yards in a road win against the Giants (1-6).

Wilson hit Doug Baldwin with a go-ahead 22-yard touchdown pass midway through the third quarter. He put the game away with a 38-yard TD throw to Paul Richardson on a play that had to be reviewed because of simultaneous possession. He closed out the scoring with a 1-yard toss to Jimmy Graham with 2:14 to go.

CHARGERS 21, BRONCOS 0: Travis Benjamin returned a first-quarter punt 65 yards for a touchdown and caught a 42-yard TD pass in the fourth quarter, and Los Angeles (3-4) played a dominant defensive game in the first home victory of its relocation season, against Denver (3-3).

SAINTS 26, PACKERS 17: Drew Brees threw for one touchdown and ran for another, Mark Ingram rushed for a score and New Orleans (4-2) beat host Green Bay (4-3).

STEELERS 29, BENGALS 14: Ben Roethlisberger threw for 224 yards and two touchdowns, Le’Veon Bell added 192 total yards and Pittsburgh’s defense dominated Cincinnati (2-4) in the second half of a home victory for the Steelers (5-2).

JAGUARS 27, COLTS 0: Blake Bortles threw for a season-high 330 yards and one touchdown and T.J. Yeldon scored on a 58-yard run, leading visiting Jacksonville (4-3) past Indianapolis (2-5).

BROWNS 12, TITANS 9: Ryan Succop’s fourth field goal – a 47-yarder with 1:55 left in overtime – extended his NFL record for makes inside 50 yards to 55 straight and sent Tennessee (4-3) to an ugly win over winless Cleveland (0-7), who also lost durable Pro Bowl tackle Joe Thomas with an injury, in Cleveland.

RAMS 33, CARDINALS 0: Jared Goff ran for a touchdown and threw for another and Greg Zuerelein made four field goals as Los Angeles (5-2) won for the first time in three appearances in Britain, beating Arizona (3-4) at Twickenham Stadium in London.

VIKINGS 24, RAVENS 16: Latavius Murray rushed for 113 yards and a touchdown and Kai Forbath kicked six field goals to lift Minnesota (5-2) to a victory over Baltimore (3-4) in Minneapolis.