Green Bay Packers 38, Chicago Bears 17
It’s the play of the game, player of the game and a bunch of great numbers that explain what happened in the Packers' 38-17 win at Chicago.
Detroit Lions 24, New York Jets 17
On a warm Sunday afternoon, the Jets offense started hot but quickly cooled as they lost to the Detroit Lions 24-17. This is the Jets third loss in a row dropping them to 1-3 on the season.
Baltimore Ravens 38, Panthers 10
The Carolina Panthers entered their game against the Baltimore Ravens in hopes of getting back in the win column after their loss to Pittsburgh last week. Unfortunately, this week was much more of the same as the Panthers were blown out 38-10.
Tampa Bay 27, Steelers 24
Most people were stunned when Lovie Smith named Josh McCown the Bucs starting quarterback on the same day Josh McCown was introduced to the Bucs media at his introductory press conference. After seeing Mike Glennon play against the Steelers on Sunday, you now see why.
Colts 41, Titans 17
Just like last week at Jacksonville, Colts build a double-digit lead early and cruise as Andrew Luck ties career best with four TD passes in home rout of another AFC South opponent.
Miami Dolphins 38, Raiders 14
The Raiders had hoped that they would be able to come away with their first victory of the season in London, but that certainly was not the case.
Texans 23, Bills 17
For the second week in a row, the Bills will be on the losing end falling to the Houston Texans 23-17. The Bills jumped out to a 10-point lead, but allowed the Texans to score 20 unanswered. A late interception by E.J. Manuel, ended the Bills comeback and dropped the team to a 2-2 record.
San Diego Chargers 33, Jaguars 14
The Jaguars went on the road and were soundly defeated at the hands of the now 3-1 San Diego Chargers. Find out what went right and what went not so right for the Jaguars.
Minnesota Vikings 41, Falcons 28
Teddy Bridgewater’s poise shined through in a 41-28 Vikings win.
49ers 26, Eagles 21
The 49ers didn't allow an offensive touchdown, but it didn't prevent Sunday's win from coming down the wire. They held on to win 26-21 and improved to 2-2.
Cowboys 38, Saints 17
The Cowboys dominated the Saints 38-17 underneath the bright lights on Sunday Night Football, with the defense forcing three turnovers and the offense marching down the field virtually at will. Summarized Tony Romo: 'This is as complete a unit as I've ever been a part of.'