Well, let's see. The Cowboys, Dolphins, 49ers and unbeaten Colts (who will remain unbeaten for another week) were given the bye weeks. The Giants fell from the unbeaten, the Chiefs rose from the winless, and the Pats added a whole new reason to the term "blowout" in a blizzard Nor'Easter in Foxborough. The Beagles? They should not show up back in Philadelphia after their performance...
Panthers 28, Bucs 21: The WWF broke out on a punt return late in the first half, but after Delhomme got pick-sixed, D'Angelo Williams scored the winning TD with half a minute left.
Jaguars 23, Rams 20 (OT): Maurice Jones Drew scored three TDs, but Josh Scobee Scobee Doo walked off with the 36-yard FG.
Steelers 28, Browns 17: Tory Head and Shoulders returns with an INT, and Big Ben is now 10-0 against the revived Browns.
Packers 26, Lying Downs 0: The less said to Rick James Bible Owner, the better.
Chiefs 14, Deadskins 6: There was a Todd Collins sighting as he replaced Jason Campbell. Joe Gibbs, hello?
Vikings 33, Ravens 31: A missed FG by Steven Houska gives Brett Favre a 6-0 record heading to Pittsburgh next week. He even admitted he didn't want to play, too.
Texans 28, Bengals 17: No fourth quarter comeback, and Antwan Odam is out with an Achilles Tendon injury.
Saints 48, Giants 27: Ouch in New York City. Drew Brees had a seersucker suit on. Yeah, he was the sucker that bought that jacket at Sears.
Cardinals 27, Seabags 3: Sorry Mookie. That is all.
Raiders 13, Beagles 9: I have nothing more to say about this game except this.
Patriots 59, Titans 0: Tom Brady threw for five touchdowns in the second quarter (a new NFL record) and left after halftime with Giselle for next week's game in London against the Bucs.
Bills 16, Jets 13 (OT): Ryan Lindell's walkoff 47-yarder with 3:01 left end it, and the highlights are just in uder the wire.
You enjoy Bears-Rams, I'll watch Game 3 of the NLCS with the Phillies and the Dodgers. FUCK LA!
UPDATE: Cliff Lee pitched eight shutout innings, struckout 10 and the Phils outscored the Beagles in a 11-0 rout of the Dodgers, while the Falcons needed a last quarter stop on 4th and 6 to beat Da Bears, 21-14.