Everything you need to know about all the NFL action from this weekend.
Kansas City 17 - Buffalo 13
The Kansas City Chiefs left Ralph Wilson Stadium with a 17-13 victory over the Buffalo Bills. Buffalo outplayed the Chiefs on Sunday, but a series of mistakes led to their downfall.
Dallas 31 - Jacksonville 17
The Cowboys won by 14 points, but it really wasn't that close.
San Francisco 27 - New Orleans 24 (OT)
The 49ers got up big in the first half, struggled in the second and clawed their way to an overtime win over the New Orleans Saints, 27-24.
Atlanta 27 - Tampa Bay 17
Maybe it's time for the Bucs to start using the word "rebuilding."
Baltimore 21 - Tennessee 7
It started well for the Titans, but the second half belonged to Baltimore.
Detroit 20 - Miami 16
Detroit completes their third straight comeback to move to 7-2.
New York 20 - Pittsburgh 13
With the Jets coming in with an eight game losing streak and going up against a Steelers team that was red-hot most if not all predicated a Pittsburg win. However, the play of two unsung heroes propelled the Jets to their second win of the season by a score of 20-13, bringing them to 2-8 heading into their bye week.
Denver 41 - Oakland 17
Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos overcame a slow start to defeat the Oakland Raiders and improve to 7-2.
Arizona 31 - St. Louis 14
Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer left the second half of Sunday's 31-14 win with a knee injury. The Cardinals fear that Palmer has a torn ACL, which would end his 2014 campaign.
Seattle 38 - New York 17
Rushing for a franchise record 350 yards and five touchdowns (including four by Marshawn Lynch), the Seahawks outlasted the Giants, winning 38-17. Rob Rang provides his Top 10 Takeaways of the Seahawks key win, including a breakdown of who deserves the most credit for the rushing success and the defensive play that was the game's turning point.
Green Bay 55 - Chicago 14
Aaron Rodgers threw six touchdown passes in the first half alone to tie an NFL record as Green Bay crushed the Bears in one of the most lopsided games of the 190-game series.