Broncos 52, Eagles 20: Who can stop the Broncos this season? Denver didn't care how quickly Chip Kelly and the Eagles ran plays; the Broncos scored 38 straight points over three quarters. Peyton Manning threw for four touchdowns and 327 yards. This game was decided early, and the Broncos look near-invincible right now.
Titans 38, Jets 13: Turnovers helped Tennessee pull away from Rex Ryan's crew early. Cornerback Alterraun Verner was a beast for the Titans, intercepting Geno Smith twice and recovering a fumble. Smith produced a sister to the buttfumble in the fourth quarter, although it will never beat the original. Before his awful hip injury, Jake Locker threw for three touchdowns, and the Titans preserved a 24-6 lead at halftime. Now Tennessee has to deal with Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback.
Skins 24, Raiders 14: Robert Griffin 1-and-3! That's not very catchy. Matt Flynn could only
through throw for 227 yards and a touchdown against Washington's heinous pass defense, while Griffin also threw for 227 yards and a touchdown. The big difference was Flynn's pick-six.
Chargers 30, Cowboys 21: San Diego opened up a 23-21 lead with a long touchdown to Antonio Gates—he used to play basketball, you know—late in the fourth quarter to make it 30-21, and Dallas almost cut the deficit with a responding drive, but wide receiver Terrance Williams fumbled just outside the end zone to essentially clinch the game for the Chargers.