Steelers Beat Jets 27-10 After Giants Rally to Defeat Bucs 41-34

The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the New York Jets 27-10 after the Giants scored 25 fourth-quarter points to rally past the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 41-34.

The victory at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh lifts the Steelers to 1-1 in the National Football League. The Jets are also 1-1 after a 48-28 win against the Buffalo Bills on Sept. 9.

Stephen Gostkowski missed a 42-yard field-goal attempt with one second remaining to condemn the New England Patriots to a 20-18 home defeat against the Arizona Cardinals.

Elsewhere it was Seattle 27, Dallas 7; Philadelphia 24, Baltimore 23; Houston 27, Jacksonville 7; St. Louis 31, Washington 28; San Diego 38, Tennessee 10; Indianapolis 23, Minnesota 20; Carolina 35, New Orleans 27; Miami 35, Oakland 13; Buffalo 35, Kansas City 17; and Cincinnati 34, Cleveland 27.

Tonight, the Detroit Lions face the 49ers in San Francisco and the Week 2 schedule concludes tomorrow with the Denver Broncos at the Atlanta Falcons.

On Sept. 13, the Green Bay Packers defeated the Chicago Bears 23-10.

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