This Week's Record: 9-4

Overall Record: 80-36


Colts vs. Titans: 27-10 Titans

Colts Player of the Week: Dallas Clark- 6 receptions, 73 yards

Titans Player of the Week: Nate Washington- 4 receptions, 34 receiving yards, 3 rush yards, 2 touchdowns


Despite Chris Johnson's worst game of the season, the Titans were able to defeat the winless Colts. Matt Hasselbeck redeemed himself after an embarrassing loss to the Texans, and threw for 224 yards and a touchdown.


Saints vs. Rams: 31-21 Rams

Saints Player of the Week: Lance Moore- 7 receptions, 74 receiving yards, touchdown

Rams Player of the Week: Steven Jackson- 159 rush yards, touchdown


I said this game would get out of hand early, except it would get out of hand in favor of the Saints. The winless Rams (going into week 8) shocked the Saints, who were fresh off a 62-7 win over the Colts. Even more surprising, is that the Rams won without quarterback Sam Bradford, how do you like that?


Vikings vs. Panthers: 24-21 Vikings

Vikings Player of the Week: Adrian Peterson- 86 rush yards, 76 receiving yards, 2 total touchdowns

Panthers Player of the Week: Cam Newton- 290 pass yards, 59 rush yards, 3 touchdowns


Just when the Panthers looked like they could win two games in a row, and even start a somewhat long winning streak with an easy schedule approaching, the Vikings came back to crush their hopes. Even worse, the Panthers could have sent this game to overtime but kicker Olindo Mare botched a game tying field-goal with barely any time remaining.


Cardinals vs. Ravens: 30-27 Ravens

Cardinals Player of the Week: Beanie Wells- 83 rush yards, touchdown

Ravens Player of the Week: Ray Rice- 63 rush yards, 36 receiving yards, 3 rush touchdowns


The Cardinals jumped out to a very impressive lead early in the game, as the Joe Flacco woes continued.  Flacco still didn't play great, but thanks to Ray Rice, Anquan Boldin, and the famous Ravens defense, Baltimore was able to come out unscathed after this game.


Jagaurs vs. Texans: 24-14 Texans

Jaguars Player of the Week: Maurice Jones- Drew- 63 rush yards, touchdown

Texans Player of the Week: Arian Foster- 112 rush yards, touchdown


No Andre Johnson, no problem. The Texans have won their last two games, and will continue this streak when they face the Browns, Bucs, and Jaguars in their next three games. Andre Johnson can only help this team, who will finally make the playoffs for the first time in franchise history.


Dolphins vs. Giants: 20-17 

Dolphins Player of the Week: Reggie Bush- 103 rush yards

Giants Player of the Week:  Eli Manning- 349 pass yards, 2 touchdowns, 106.6 passer rating


Good thing the Dolphins are "Sucking for Luck", because they easily could have won this game. Matt Moore surprisingly owned the Giants earlier in the game, with both his arm and his feet, but "suddenly"going into the fourth quarter with a seven-point lead he forgot how to play football again. Coincidence I think not.


Redskins vs. Bills: 23-0 Bills

Redskins Player of the Week: Fred Davis- 8 receptions, 94 receiving yards

Bills Player of the Week: Fred Jackson- 120 rush yards, 73 receiving yards


Remember when the Redskins were good and actually had a chance of making the playoffs? Remember when Rex Grossman was a starting quarterback in the NFL? The Redskins unsurprisingly have transformed into one of the worst teams in the league over the last five weeks, while the Bills have surprisingly become one of the top teams in the league.


Lions vs. Broncos: 45-10 Lions

Lions Player of the Week: Matt Stafford- 267 pass yards, 3 touchdowns, 130.8 passer rating

Broncos Player of the Week: Eric Decker- 6 receptions, 72 receiving yards, touchdown


I guess God forgot to watch this one, as Tim Tebow and the Broncos got crushed by the Lions. Highlight of the game though, was when Tim Tebow was sacked by Stephen Tulloch, who proceeded to "Tebow" in front of Tebow's face.


Patriots vs. Steelers: 25-17 Steelers

Patriots Player of the Week: Rob Gronkowski- 7 receptions, 94 receiving yards

Steelers Player of the Week: Ben Roethlisberger- 365 pass yards, 2 touchdowns, interception, 97.5 passer rating


The Steelers proved that they are the best team in the AFC after they defeated the Patriots in Pittsburgh. Big Ben had another impressive game throwing for 300+ and a pair of touchdowns. It's funny to say that this Steelers team was the same team that was called "old" and "slow" after a week one beating against the Ravens.


Browns vs. Niners: 20-10 Niners

Browns Player of the Week: Josh Cribbs- 2 receptions, 56 receiving yards, touchdown

Niners Player of the Week: Frank Gore- 134 rush yards, touchdown


The 49'ers are now 6-1 after defeating the Browns without Peyton Hillis. The Niners would have a bye going into the playoffs if the season ended today. Their defense is one of the best in the league, and with Frank Gore completely healthy, he is a top five running back in the league.


Bengals vs. Seahawks: 34-12 Bengals

Bengals Player of the Week: AJ Green- 4 receptions, 63 receiving yards, touchdown

Seahawks Player of the Week:  Sidney Rice-7 receptions, 102 receiving yards


The Bengals have been one of the most underrated surprising teams in the league last year. The Bengals were supposed to have one of the worst offenses in the leagues after losing Carson Palmer and Chad Ochocinco, but instead have found their new quarterback and wide receiver for years to come.


Cowboys vs. Eagles: 34-7 Eagles

Cowboys Player of the Week: Laurent Robinson- 5 receptions, 103 receiving yards, touchdown

Eagles Player of the Week: Mike Vick- 279 pass yards, 50 rush yards 2 touchdowns, 129.9 passer rating


Michael Vick showed that he steps up when he needs to, after an impressive performance on Sunday Night to lead the Eagles over the Cowboys. Vick and the Eagles are now 3-4 and are back to second place in the NFC East.


Chargers vs. Chiefs 23-20 Chiefs (OT)

Chargers Player of the Week: Malcom Floyd- 5 receptions, 107 receiving yards

Chiefs Player of the Week: Jon Baldwin- 5 receptions, 82 receiving yards, touchdown


The Chiefs surprised the Chargers with an upset win in Overtime on Halloween. Both kickers had great games, with Nick Novak kicking four field goals for San Deigo while Ryan Succop kicked three field goals, including the game winner. Struggles for Philip Rivers continued, as he threw two interceptions and no touchdowns.