Olinde Mare, who has no competition in the Dolphins training camp, made field goals of 27, 45, 50 and 46 yards in Miami's 19-16 victory over Washington on Saturday night.
One of Mare's kicks capped a strong, game-opening, 70-yard drive by the Dan Marino-led first team that took 9:37 off the clock.Marino, in his only series, was 6-for-7 for 58 yards, and running back Karim Abdul-Jabbar rushed for 46 yards in eight carries.
STEELERS 24, BILLS 13: At Pittsburgh, Jahine Arnold, not assured of making Pittsburgh's season-opening roster, set up the Steelers' first three scores with two long kickoff returns and a reception.
Rookie Pete Gonzalez was 6-for-11 for 116 yards and a touchdown for Pittsburgh (1-1).
RAVENS 19, BEARS 14: At Baltimore, Jim Harbaugh directed two scoring drives in his Baltimore debut as the Ravens inaugurated their lavish new stadium.
Harbaugh, obtained in an offseason trade from Indianapolis, went 10-for-13 for 60 yards and scrambled twice for 28 yards. He left with 6:07 left in the second quarter after moving the Ravens 80 yards in 18 plays in a drive that consumed more than 11 minutes and gave Baltimore a 9-0 lead.
PANTHERS 30, JAGUARS 27: At Charlotte, N.C., John Kasay, who kicked field goals of of 38, 24, 27 and 29 yards in the first half, hit his fifth in as many attempts, a 30-yarder with four seconds left, for the win.
Kerry Collins was 16-of-22 for 162 yards and was not intercepted. His lone touchdown pass, a 3-yard toss to Muhsin Muhammad, helped the Panthers to a 19-10 halftime lead.
BRONCOS 20, RAMS 13: At St. Louis, with John Elway in Minnesota with his ailing wife, backup quarterback Bubby Brister produced 13 first-half points.
Brister was 13-for-22 for 181 yards and a touchdown, and helped set up two field goals by Jason Elam. Rookie Brian Griese, who also saw extensive playing time, was 10-for-15 for 123 yards.
PACKERS 31, SAINTS 7: At Green Bay, Wis., Travis Jervey rushed nine times for 100 yards and two touchdowns for the Packers (2-0).
Jervey has rushed 14 times for 172 yards during the preseason, an average of more than 12 yards a carry.
GIANTS 24, BENGALS 17: At East Rutherford, N.J., Phillippi Sparks forced a fumble and intercepted a pass and the Giants converted four turnovers into 24 points to defeating the Cincinnati Bengals.
Danny Kanell and third-string quarterback Mike Cherry each threw a touchdown pass, Tiki Barber scored on a 4-yard run and Brad Daluiso kicked a 38-yard field goal as the Giants capitalized on the Bengals' generosity to take a 24-3 lead.
KANSAS CITY 17, TAMPA BAY 13: At Norman, Okla., Kansas City receiver Chris Ortiz recovered a Tampa Bay fumble in the end zone with 44 seconds left, giving the Chiefs a wild win over the Buccaneers.
Eric Vance, who had set up the Bucs' go-ahead touchdown with an interception earlier in the quarter, picked off Pat Barnes' long pass and was turning to start back upfield when he dropped the ball at the 5-yard line. It squirted backward into the end zone and Ortiz, the intended receiver, got to it first.
RAIDERS 16, COWBOYS 3: At Irving, Texas, Jeff George's pinpoint passing and Terry Mickens' clutch receiving helped make Jon Gruden's Oakland coaching debut successful.
George was spectacular for Oakland in the first period, hitting six of 11 passes for 128 yards and one touchdown as the Raiders built a 13-3 lead.
SEAHAWKS 24, COLTS 21: At Seattle, Peyton Manning's first pass went for a touchdown. After that, it was strictly a learning experience for Archie's kid.
Manning completed 8 of 15 passes for 113 yards and was outplayed by Jon Kitna, Seattle's third-year quarterback earning the league minimum of $216,000 - a pittance compared to Manning's record $11.6 million signing bonus.
CHARGERS 27, 49ERS 21: At San Diego, there weren't any apparent opening-night jitters for Ryan Leaf.
The touted rookie quarterback came out poised and led two scoring drives - capping one with a 3-yard TD pass to Bryan Still - and the San Diego beat San Francisco.