Broncos 26, Packers 20
DENVER — Olandis Gary ran for 94 yards and a third-quarter touchdown, and Jason Elam kicked four field goals, leading Denver to a 26-20 preseason victory over Green Bay on Sunday.
In a rematch of the 1998 Super Bowl, the Broncos (2-0) broke a 13-13 tie with 10 third-quarter points, and generated 454 yards compared to Green Bay's 344.
Terrell Davis, in his second game since undergoing reconstructive surgery on his right knee, rushed for 28 yards on eight carries.
Matt Hasselbeck went 10-for-15 for 140 yards in the first half for Green Bay (1-1), which played without quarterback Brett Favre.
Brian Griese was 10-for-16 for 156 yards in the first half, and Gus Frerotte was 13-for-20 for 153 yards.
RAIDERS 21, COWBOYS 20, At Irving, Texas, Oakland's Scott Dreisbach threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Willy Tate, then a 2-point conversion to David Dunn with 1:08 left.
The Raiders (1-1) trailed 17-3 at halftime despite outgaining Dallas 222-80.
Dallas (0-3) has lost 12 of its past 13 preseason games.
The Cowboys cashed in on two turnovers and a pass interference penalty. Dallas' three scoring drives went minus-3 yards, 53 yards and 4 yards — a total of 54, with 33 coming by penalty.
Dallas' Stephen Fisher returned an interception 62 yards to set up a 1-yard TD run by Michael Wiley.
Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman was just 6-for-14 for 61 yards.
The game was stopped for nearly 10 minutes early in the first quarter when Raiders receiver Terry Mickens injured his neck after a catch. He was mobilized and taken to a hospital for observation, although he was conscious and had feeling in his arms and legs.
49ERS 33, CHIEFS 10: At Kansas City, Mo., Jeff Garcia threw for one touchdown and ran for another as the 49ers scored on their first five possessions.
Garcia rushed twice for 12 yards, including a 2-yard TD, and was 7-of-8 for 82 yards and another 2-yard scoring play.
Rick Mirer replaced Garcia on San Francisco's third possession and teamed up with Jerry Rice on a 75-yard touchdown as the 49ers got their first win in three exhibition games.
The Chiefs (0-2) trailed 30-0 at halftime and did not score until Warren Moon hit Larry Parker on a 25-yard scoring pass with 7:32 left in the third.
Mirer went 5-of-6 for 114 yards.