John Becksvoort hit a 31-yard field goal with two seconds left to give the San Francisco 49ers a 24-21 exhibition victory over the Seattle Seahawks in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Zack Bronson set up the game-winning drive with an interception of John Friesz's pass that gave the 49ers the ball at the Seattle 45. Jim Druckenmiller, San Francisco's third quar-ter-back of the game, directed a six-play, 42-yard drive to set up Becksvoort's field goal.The 49ers (2-1) took a 21-0 lead midway through the second quarter.

Cornerback Marquez Pope opened the scoring on a 70-yard interception return, stepping in front of Seattle receiver James McKnight to pick off Jon Kitna's pass.

Then it was Steve Young's turn to get the San Francisco offense going. Young was 5-for-6 for 66 yards on an eight-play, 70-yard drive that ended with a six-yard pass to J.J. Stokes with 4:39 left in the first quarter.

Ty Detmer directed the next scoring drive, a 63-yard match that ended with a seven-yard lob over defender Shawn Springs' head to Terrell Owens 5:55 into the second quarter.

Kitna finally found his rhythm late in the second quarter when he marched the Seahawks' 88 yards on 12 plays, cutting San Francisco's lead to 21-7. Kitna capped the drive with a nine-yard touchdown pass to Carlester Crumpler, who outjumped two defenders in the end zone with 3:24 left.

Seahawks kicker Todd Peterson hit a 51-yard field goal 6:40 into the third quarter to make it 21-10.

Seattle (2-1) then surged closer when Ahman Green ended a 61-yard drive with a one-yard plunge a minute into the fourth quarter. Michael Black ran up the middle on a two-point conversion attempt to make it 21-18.

Wade Richey then tied it with a 33-yard field goal with 7:56 left.

Kitna, who earned the start for Seattle after a strong performance last week in a victory over Indianapolis, was 11-for-16 for 126 yards.

Young finished 6-for-8 for 70 yards while in for two series.

RAVENS 33, JETS 0: At East Rutherford, N.J., Jermaine Lewis touched the ball five times Saturday night. That was enough to produce 14 points and spark the Baltimore Ravens to a rout of the New York Jets.

Lewis had a 97-yard runback of a punt and caught a 31-yard touchdown pass for the Ravens (2-0). The Jets (1-1) lost for the first time in six preseason games under coach Bill Parcells. It was New York's worst exhibition loss since Sept. 4, 1976, a 41-6 romp by Pittsburgh.

The Jets did get a good look at new running back Curtis Martin, the high-priced free agent who missed the exhibition opener because of a sore hamstring. He carried 12 times for 40 yards, all in the first half.

REDSKINS 27, OILERS 24: At Nashville, Tenn., Stephen Davis scored on a 1-yard run with 2:38 left Washington beat Tennessee in the Oilers' first game in Nashville.

Redskins quarterback was 13-for-22 for 145 yards, including five straight competitions to set up Stephen Davis' 6-yard touchdown run that tied it at 10 with 8:49 left in the second quarter.

Washington backup Trent Green was 9-for-12 for 95 yards.

VIKINGS 34, CHIEFS 0: At Minneapolis, Brad Johnson threw his first touchdown pass since a neck injury ended his season last December and Minnesota recorded consecutive exhibition shutouts for the first time ever with a victory over Kansas City.

After playing just three series in last weekend's 28-0 victory over New England, Johnson threw 11 yards to Cris Carter for a 7-0 lead early in the second quarter.

Randall Cunningham added two more TD passes in the quarter, a 49-yarder to Matthew Hatchette and a 5-yarder to first-round pick Randy Moss, as the Vikings (2-0) built a 24-0 halftime lead.