Nov 17, 2012 01:06 St. Louis, San Francisco play to tie St. Louis, San Francisco play to tie The Associated Press Nov. 17, 2012 Comments SAN FRANCISCO — The St. Louis Rams and San Francisco 49ers played the NFL’s first tie game in four years as both team’s kickers missed overtime field goals in a 24-24 final on Sunday. Greg Zuerlein kicked a 53-yarder, but the Rams were penalized 5 yards for delay of game. He tried again from 58 as coach Jeff Fisher played for the win, and missed wide right with 2:42 left in OT. San Francisco’s David Akers missed wide left on a 41-yard attempt that could have sealed it for the NFC West-leading 49ers (6-2-1), who lost quarterback Alex Smith to a first-half concussion. On the first play of OT, Sam Bradford completed an 80-yard pass to Danny Amendola that took St. Louis (3-5-1) to the 2, but the play was called back for an illegal formation penalty. Seahawks 28, Jets 7: In Seattle, Russell Wilson threw touchdowns of 38 yards to Golden Tate and 31 yards to Sidney Rice, and Seattle Seahawks sent the New York Jets to their worst start since 2007. Wilson was harried for much of the day by the multiple looks from the Jets’ defense. But the Seattle rookie responded with key throws, hitting Tate on the opening drive, then connecting with Rice early in the fourth quarter to give Seattle (6-4) a two-score advantage. Tate added a TD pass on a reverse to Rice later in the fourth quarter. Mark Sanchez threw a costly interception at the goal line in the first half, then fumbled at the Seattle 32. Muhammad Wilkerson’s fumble return for a TD was the only score for New York (3-6). PATRIOTS 37, BILLS 31: In Foxborough, Mass., Tom Brady threw for two touchdowns, Devin McCourty ended Buffalo’s hopes with an interception in the end zone and New England kept Buffalo winless at Gillette Stadium. The Patriots (6-3) let a 17-3 lead slip to 34-31 with 7:47 left on Ryan Fitzpatrick’s 2-yard touchdown pass to Donald Jones. Then the Bills (3-6) held the Patriots to a 27-yard field goal by Stephen Gostkowski with 2:06 remaining. Buffalo then moved to a second-and-10 at the New England 15 before Fitzpatrick threw the ball right into the hands of McCourty while trying to hit T.J. Graham. VIKINGS 34, LIONS 24: In Minneapolis, Adrian Peterson raced 61 yards for the game-sealing touchdown midway through the fourth quarter, padding his NFL rushing lead with 171 yards on 27 carries for Minnesota. Peterson had 120 yards in the final 15 minutes. Ponder bounced back from a rough game with 221 yards and two touchdowns on 24-for-32 passing for the Vikings (6-4). Calvin Johnson had 207 yards on 12 catches, including a touchdown that brought the Lions (4-5) a little closer with 1:53 left. RAVENS 55, RAIDERS 20: In Baltimore, Joe Flacco threw for 341 yards and three touchdowns, and Baltimore set a club record for points. The Ravens (7-2) scored on six of their first seven possessions against the struggling Raiders (3-6). Baltimore led 27-10 at halftime. In the third quarter, Flacco threw touchdown passes of 47 and 20 yards to Torrey Smith, and holder Sam Koch scored on a fake field goal in the third quarter to make it 48-17. In the fourth quarter, Jacoby Jones took a kickoff 105 yards for 55-20 lead. TITANS 37, DOLPHINS 3: In Miami, Colin McCarthy returned an interception 49 yards for a touchdown, and four takeaways helped Tennessee rout Miami. The Titans stymied Miami by intercepting Ryan Tannehill three times and recovering a Reggie Bush fumble to set up a touchdown.