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No NFL Teams Left Undefeated - 2003-11-17

There are no undefeated teams in the National Football League after the Cincinnati Bengals upset the Kansas City Chiefs, 24-19, on Sunday. Kansas City still has the best record in the NFL with nine wins and one loss. Peter Warrick scored on a 68-yard punt return and a 77-yard touchdown catch to lead the Bengals, who are now five and five.

Two early games were decided in overtime. The New Orleans Saints scored 10 unanswered points in the second half to force extra time against the Atlanta Falcons. John Carney then kicked a game-winning field goal as the Saints grabbed the victory, 23-20. In Miami, the Dolphins also got an overtime field goal by Olindo Mare to beat the Baltimore Ravens, 9-6.

The Saint Louis Rams avoided an upset with a late 31-yard field goal by Jeff Wilkins to beat the Chicago Bears, 23-21. The Carolina Panthers also sidestepped a defeat with a late touchdown by Stephen Davis to beat the Washington Redskins, 20-17. Carolina has the best record in the National Football Conference with eight wins and two losses.

Elsewhere in the NFL Sunday: Tennessee Titans 10 Jacksonville Jaguars 3
Philadelphia Eagles 28 New York Giants 10
Houston Texans 12 Buffalo Bills 10
Cleveland Browns 44 Arizona Cardinals 6
Denver Broncos 37 San Diego Chargers 8
Indianapolis Colts 38 New York Jets 31
Seattle Seahawks 35 Detroit Lions 14
Oakland Raiders 28 Minnesota Vikings 18
Green Bay Packers 20 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13

The Dallas Cowboys play the New England Patriots in the Sunday night game. The Pittsburgh Steelers travel to San Francisco to face the 49ers in the weekly Monday Night game.