Week 3 of the NFL season saw February’s Super Bowl combatants get taken down a notch. The defending champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers were handed their first loss since November by the Los Angeles Rams, while the Kansas City Chiefs are now staring up at the rest of the AFC West, following a defeat to the rival Los Angeles Chargers.

As one of the NFL’s 3-0 teams, the Rams joined the Denver Broncos, who drubbed the listless New York Jets; the Arizona Cardinals, who beat the winless Jacksonville Jaguars; and the Las Vegas Raiders, who survived the Miami Dolphins in overtime. The Carolina Panthers were first to reach that mark with a win on Thursday, and the San Francisco 49ers can get there by beating the Green Bay Packers in the Sunday night game.

The Baltimore Ravens got the day’s most dramatic win with an NFL-record 66-yard field goal to beat the Detroit Lions. The Minnesota Vikings got their first victory by topping the host Seattle Seahawks, and the Tennessee Titans became the only AFC South team with a winning record by handling the 0-3 Indianapolis Colts.

Read below for details and analysis of Sunday’s action: