We had recapped Thursday's game in the intro to the Week 11 NFL Live Blog below, so here comes the Sunday games. And in non-football news, the loud booing you hear is Jimmie Johnson being feted as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion for the fourth year in a row.
Lions 38, Browns 37: It was the moveable force against the resistible object. The pillow fight of the millennium. The Gordon Forbes Memorial Negative Star Game of the Century. Turned out that there was a hellava finish with a pass interference call against the Mankinis and Jason Hanson Mmmmbop'd the winning PAT.
Jaguars 18, Bills 15: There was a Terrell Owens sighting! But the Jags won.
Vikings 35, Seahags 9:: Anyone want a used NFL team?
Saints 38, Buccaneers 7: Saints now 10-0 for the first time in history.
Chiefs 27, Steelers 24 (OT): Andy Studebaker almost had a return for a TD. Nice move, Andy Reid! Ryan Succop with the walkoff FG in overtime after Chris Chambers took the ball to the Steelers' four.
Packers 30, 49ers 23: The better QB from the Class of 2005 was Aaron Rogers, not number one pick Alex Smith. Need more David Letterman jokes!
Indianapolis 17, Ravens 15: The new Baltimore franchise lost to the team that abandoned the city and because of that, refuses to use their name on the scoreboard at M&T Field at Crammed In Yards. Ed Reed is an moron for forward latteraling his way to a loss.
Cowboys 7, Redskins 6: Offense was optional in this game at Crazy Jerry's House of Discount Hi Def TVs.
Giants 34, Falcons 31 (OT): Another walkoff field goal - this one by Lawrence Tynes - sends Giants fans home finally happy.
Cardinals 21, Rams 13: Kurt Warner had a concussion, left the game. Matt Leinert had come in from his beer pong game.
Raiders 20, Bengals 17: Sebastian Janakowski made the Bengals the same old Bungles with a 33 -yard FG with 17 seconds left.
Patriots 31, Jets 13: Lee Bodden boom went the dynamite, and the Pats overcame last week's 4th-and-2-in-your-own territory gaffe.
Chargers 32, Broncos 3: This was supposed to be a close game. This turned into a Chris Simms-Kyle Orton quarterback controversy.
You enjoy Eagles-Bears, I'll watch MLS Cup between the LA Beckhams, er, Galaxy and Real Salt Lake.
UPDATE: Believe it or not, the Eagles actually won a Sunday Night Game over Da Bears, 24-20, while in the MLS Cup final, after 120 minutes saw a 1-1 draw, Real Salt Lake took seven rounds of a shootout to beat the Galaxy, 5-4.