Sunday NFL Roundup: Rex Ryan and Mike Westhoff Discuss The Finer Things Edition

"I'm tellin' ya Mike, had to be, like, size 15's. At least." Photo courtesy of: Me. Here's a quick roundup of today's action, as always, done just for you. Also courtesy of: Me.

Kansas City at Detroit: I've been staring at the page thinking what to say about this game for a while now. I have no idea. Jamaal Charles tore his ACL, so who really cares?

Oakland at Buffalo: Officials needed ten minutes to determine the Raiders were losers. What is this, amateur hour?

Tampa Bay at Minnesota: Tampa Bay swashbuckled their way back from a 17-0 deficit to beat the Vikings 20-17 24-20. "I really had confidence we were going to stop them," Frazier said.

Chicago at New Orleans: Jay Cutler was sacked six times as the Bears lose 30-13. Things were looking up for Chicago at first, after rookie wideout Dane Rosinbagger scored the game's first touchdown. Alas, it was not meant to be.

Baltimore at Tennessee: One week after they smoked the Steelers, the Ravens get beat by a Matt Hasselbeck quarterbacked team. You can't predict football, Susan.

Cleveland at Indianapolis: Oh, man. The Browns? The Colts lost to the Browns? So awesome. Can someone start a hapless Jim Caldwell meme?

Jacksonville at New York Jets: Nameless receiver who said Revis was overrated? Inactive (talent).

Seattle at Pittsburgh: Succinct: "We'd didn't score a point, period, and that is just embarrassing," said Seattle quarterback Tarvaris Jackson.

Arizona at Washington: The Redskins kicked a field goal with 1:45 left in the game to cap a late rally. The Redskins are undefeated. At this point, I can only assume Dan Snyder sold his soul to himself.

Green Bay at Carolina: Cam Newton threw for over 400 yards again, but he was no match for The Dude With The Hair. Chin up, Cam. You'll get there.

Dallas at San Francisco: Dallas needed extra time to beat the 49ers and only after busted coverage allowed a hobbled Romo to find Jesse Holley for 77 yards to set up the game winning field goal. It looked like Holley thanked God approximately 58 times on camera.

San Diego at New England:Anyone need a recap on this one? Any guesses on who won? Ok, good. Moving on...

Houston at Miami: The Dolphins have lost 11 of their past 12 home games. I hope Statler and Waldorf are part owners, too.

Cincinnati at Denver: Everyone's favorite mohel got some action in the slot, today. Filthy.

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FCAWRGS was 1-1 today. Probably would have been 2-0 if it weren't for San Francisco blowing it. Maupin strikes again.