Nfl Week 4

September 26, 1994

Joe Montana had the flu, so the Chiefs looked sick on offense yesterday. The Rams dealt Kansas City its first loss of the season, 16-0. The shutout was the first for a Montana-led team in the quarterback's 15-year career.

In Minnesota, both quarterbacks had much healthier days. The Dolphins' Dan Marino threw for 431 yards, the Vikings' Moon for 326, and Minnesota held on for a 38-35 win after nearly blowing a 28-point lead.

The Chargers wasted a 20-point lead, but got a 33-yard field goal from John Carney with two seconds left to beat the Raiders, 26-24. San Diego is the AFC's only unbeaten team at 4-0.

Falcons 27 .. .. .. Redskins 20

Browns 21 ... .. .. Colts 14

Rams 16 .. .. .. .. Chiefs 0

Vikings 38 .. .. .. Dolphins 35

Packers 30 .. .. .. Buccaneers 3

Oilers 20 ... .. .. Bengals 13

Patriots 23. .. ... Lions 17

49ers 24 ... .. ... Saints 13

Chargers 26 ... ... Raiders 24

Seahawks 30 ... ... Steelers 13

Bears ... ... .. .. Jets 7

$ Coverage: Pages 6-7C

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