Billy Joe Tolliver threw two touchdown passes to Anthony Miller, and Henry Rolling returned an interception 67 yards to set up a third score, as the San Diego Chargers upset the Browns, 24-14, yesterday in Cleveland.

The Chargers (1-2), who had not scored in the second half of their first two games, overcame a 14-10 halftime deficit. Tolliver found Miller in the end zone for a 23-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Rod Bernstine scored from one yard after Rolling was knocked out of bounds at the 6 on the interception.

The points were the first allowed in the second half by Cleveland (1-2) this year.

Bernie Kosar, who had been sacked 10 times in the first two games, was sacked three times yesterday. He had not been intercepted on 152 consecutive regular season passes, but was intercepted three times by the Chargers.

Cleveland's offense, ranked 26th in the NFL, managed only one touchdown. Rookie Leroy Hoard's scored on a one-yard dive late in the first half.

Cleveland's other touchdown came on Mike Johnson's 64-yard interception return.

Oilers 24, Colts 10: Warren Moon awoke Houston's slumbering run-and-shoot offense with three touchdown passes and became the Oilers' all-time leading passer in the victory in Houston.

The Oilers (1-2) struggled in the first quarter, but Moon threw to Lorenzo White for touchdowns of 13 and seven yards in the second. White's touchdown catches were the first of his pro career.

The winless Colts finished the game with all three of their quarterbacks ailing.

Jeff George, the team's No. 1 draft pick, started although he had been bothered by a abdominal pains during the week. He was replaced by Jack Trudeau in the second period, but Trudeau left after injuring his left hand late in the game.

No. 3 quarterback Mark Herrmann came in, but lasted only two plays before being helped off with a collarbone injury. George was forced to return.

Behind Trudeau, Indianapolis pulled within 17-10 in the fourth quarter, but Moon completed a six-yard touchdown pass to Ernest Givins with 3:03 to play.

Moon completed 29 of 39 passes for 308 yards, giving him a career total of 19,289. He surpassed the club record of 19,149 yards set by George Blanda.

Buccaneers 23, Lions 20: Vinny Testaverde broke up a battle of field goals in Tampa Bay by directing two fourth-quarter touchdown drives that led the Buccaneers to their second victory over the Lions (1-2) in three weeks.

John Harvey's three-yard touchdown reception provided the winning points with 4:21 to go. Gary Anderson scored on an 11-yard run that had given the Buccaneers (2-1) a short-lived 16-13 lead early in the period.

Testaverde launched the game-winning drive from his 44 after Harvey returned a kickoff 27 yards. He fueled the 56-yard march with a pair of 26-yard completions -- to Bruce Hill and Ron Hall -- and then threw to Harvey for the touchdown on third down.

Saints 28, Cardinals 7: In New Orleans, Rueben Mayes, who missed last season after Achilles' tendon surgery and was demoted to third string when he returned, scored three of the Saints' first four touchdowns of the season.

Mayes scored on a 10-yard run in the third quarter and runs of four and 14 yards in the fourth period.

"I felt like I found another gear -- the gear I had been looking for," said Mayes, who rushed for 99 yards on 16 carries.

New Orleans (1-2) scored 15 points in its two previous games, all on field goals by Morten Andersen.

The Saints' John Fourcade, who entered with the NFL's lowest quarterback efficiency rating, 17.7, threw a 14-yard pass to Eric Martin with 22 seconds left in the first half, breaking a scoreless tie.

Fourcade passed for 151 yards, completing 11 of 23 and throwing one interception.

"Maybe this moves me ahead of {Phoenix quarterback Timm} Rosenbach in the percentages now," Fourcade said.

Rosenbach, second-lowest quarterback in NFL rankings at 35.4, completed 14 of 26 passes for 191 yards and the touchdown.

"I think we self-destructed in some areas," said Coach Joe Bugel of Phoenix (1-2). "That's really uncharacteristic of our football team."