Our staff breaks down every game this week with insider info.
Cleveland Browns 6,
Jacksonville Jaguars 24
Read the recap here: Jags upset Browns in first win.
Atlanta Falcons 7,
Baltimore Ravens 29
Read the recap here: Falcons woes continue in Baltimore.
Tennessee Titans 17,
Washington Redskins 19
Read the recap here: Titans fall in Washington.
Seattle Seahawks 26,
St. Louis Rams 28
Read the recap here: The Rams’ 28-26 victory against the visiting Seattle Seahawks on Sunday at the Edward Jones Dome was their first in more than a calendar month and snapped a three-game losing skid.
Minnesota Vikings 16,
Buffalo Bills 17
Read the recap here: Last-second letdown for Vikes.
Cincinnati Bengals 0,
Indianapolis Colts 27
Read the recap here: Indianapolis Colts nearly flawless in blanking Bengals.
New Orleans Saints 23,
Detroit Lions 24
Read the recap here: Lions showing signs of a great defense.
Miami Dolphins 27,
Chicago Bears 14
Read the recap here: Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall was irate in the locker room following today’s 27-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins, saying club’s 3-4 record is “unacceptable.”
Carolina Panthers 17,
Green Bay Packers 38
Read the recap here: Packers roll over Panthers.
Kansas City Chiefs 23,
San Diego Chargers 20
Read the recap here: The Kansas City Chiefs found a path to upset their division rivals. It was anything but easy for the boys in red , considering they could not get out their own way.
New York Giants 21,
Dallas Cowboys 31
Read the recap here: Dallas gives NY a history lesson.
Arizona Cardinals 24,
Oakland Raiders 13
The Cardinals controlled the game, defeating the Raiders 24-13 to drop the Raiders to 0-6 on their season. The loss also handed the Silver & Black their 12th loss in a row, dating back to last season.
San Francisco 49ers 17,
Denver Broncos 42
Read the recap here: The Denver Broncos improve to 5-1 as they defeat the 49ers. Peyton Manning threw his record-breaking 509th TD pass in the game.
Houston Texans vs.
Monday, 8:30 p.m., ESPN
Texans take: An All-22 look at the Houston Texans defense against the Indianapolis Colts.
Steelers take: McCain, the new Steelers cornerback, isn't the only new look for the team, according to Jim Wexell's Thursday notebook.