UNDATED (AP) -- Seattle enjoyed its second straight narrow victory by keeping the Tampa Bay Buccaneers winless as the Seahawks rallied from a 21-0 deficit for a 27-24 overtime victory over the luckless Bucs. Seattle staged the biggest comeback in franchise history to improve to 8-1. Steven Hauschka won it with a 27-yard field goal with 8:11 left in OT.
Russell Wilson threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Doug Baldwin with 1:51 left in regulation to pull the Seahawks even. Wilson then led Seattle on a nine-play, 51-yard drive in overtime capped by Hauschka's game-winner.
It was Seattle's second overtime win this season after pulling out a 23-20 victory at Houston. Last Monday night, the Seahawks needed a goal-line stand in the final minute to beat St. Louis 14-9.
In other Week 9 results:
__ Houston coach Gary Kubiak (KOO'-bee-ak) collapsed leaving the field at halftime and was taken by ambulance to a hospital and the Indianapolis Colts rallied for a 27-24 victory over the Texans. The team didn't say what was wrong with Kubiak, but did say he didn't have a heart attack. The team said the 52-year-old coach was conscious and was with his family as he was taken to the hospital. Texans GM Rick Smith said the coach felt light-headed and dizzy, but was evaluated by specialists.
On the field, Andrew Luck tossed three second half touchdowns to T.Y. Hylton as the colts rallied from an 18-point halftime deficit. The AFC South-leading Colts improved to 6-2. Case Keenam threw for 350 yards and three scores for the 2-6 Texans.
-- Philadelphia's Nick Foles tied an NFL record by throwing seven touchdown passes in the Eagles' 49-20 rout of the Oakland Raiders. Foles matched the record last reached in the season-opener by Denver's Peyton Manning. Foles also connected with Brent Celek, Zach Ertz, LeSean McCoy and DeSean Jackson to become the seventh quarterback to throw for seven TDs in a single game. The others to reach that mark are Sid Luckman, Adrian Burk, George Blanda, Y.A. Tittle and Joe Kapp.
__ The Cleveland Browns have ended the NFL's longest current futility streak against one team. The Browns snapped an 11-game losing streak at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens by stunning the Super Bowl champions 24-18. The 4-5 Browns moved within two games of division-leading Cincinnati in the AFC North. Meanwhile, the Ravens fell to 3-5. Jason Campbell threw three touchdown passes -- two to Davone Bess.
Baltimore's Joe Flacco had a pair of TD passes to rookie Marlon Brown. But the Super Bowl MVP couldn't rally the Ravens, who made too many mistakes and are in danger of missing the playoffs.
__ The Pittsburgh Steelers gave up the most points in franchise history in suffering a 55-31 drubbing in New England. Tom Brady passed for 432 yards and four TDs for the 7-2 Pats, who scored the most points in any game this season. Rob Gronkowski had a career-high nine catches. The two-time Pro Bowl tight end caught his first touchdown of the season, a 19-yarder, as the Patriots took a 14-0 lead with 4:30 gone in the second quarter. The Steelers fell to 2-6, continuing their disappointing season. Lone bright spot was Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (RAWTH'-lihs-bur-gur) throwing his 200th touchdown pass, joining Terry Bradshaw in the 200 Club for the Steelers.
Brady summed up his big day thusly: "You throw it, they catch it, they run with it. It makes a good day for a quarterback."
-- The Kansas City Chiefs continued their winning ways with a 23-13 victory over the Bills in Buffalo. A pair of big plays on defense led the way for the Chiefs as linebacker Tamba Hali (TOM'-buh hah-LEE') and cornerback Sean Smith returned turnovers for touchdowns. Hali put the 9-0 Chiefs ahead for good by scoring on an 11-yard fumble return with 12:47 remaining; while Smith changed the momentum of the game by returning an interception of a Jeff Tuel (TOOL) pass 100 yards to tie it at 10 in the opening minutes of the second half. The loss leaves the Bills 3-6 on the season.
-- The Saints suffered their second loss of the season against six wins 26-20 to the Jets. Nick Folk remained perfect this season by kicking four field goals for New York, which upped its record to 5-4. Folk improved to 23 for 23 on field goals and 14 for 14 on extra points. Jets running back Chris Ivory, who used to play for the Saints, carried the ball for 139 yards and a touchdown.