Eagles 36, Giants 21: Take a good look at everything awful in that Eli Manning GIF. The face. The bad pocket. The pass bouncing off a teammate's head. This is the perfect representation of an 0-5 team. For the record, that pass ended up being an interception. Mike Vick was also hurt, but it doesn't seem too serious.

Packers 22, Lions 9: Here's a highlight from this game. Six field goals between these two pass-heavy offenses. Good stuff.

Chiefs 26, Titans 17: In a battle of two pleasant surprises, Kansas City came out on top. Jamaal Charles provided a solid run game for the Chiefs, while Ryan Fitzpatrick did a poor job of being Jake Locker. Fitzpatrick "threw" the above touchdown to Chris Johnson and had two picks.

Colts 34, Seahawks 28: The Jon Ryan GIF is here again, because that's what you get when your team loses. Seattle led 19-17 at halftime but could only pick up nine points in the second half, while Indianapolis took control in the fourth quarter and handed the Seahawks their first loss.

Bengals 13, Patriots 6: Adam Jones made this athletic pick to end an ugly, rainy game. Tom Brady lost to Cincinnati for the first time in his career, and the Patriots take their first loss.

Rams 34, Jaguars 20: Over the course of this game, the Jaguars lost Luke Joeckel—for the season—and Blaine Gabbert to injuries. Jacksonville goes to Denver next week. This game should be rated TV-MA.

Saints 26, Bears 18: Drew Brees was remarkably accurate, throwing only six incompletions along with 288 yards and two TDs to Pierre Thomas. Nick Toon had a catch; I only mention this because Nick Toon is a great name.

Ravens 26, Dolphins 23: The Ravens won, but wouldn't you rather see Joe Flacco throw a pick-six? Ray Rice and the running game gave Baltimore this win, because Flacco had no touchdowns and a completed pass to Miami's Reshad Jones. Caleb Sturgis's potential tying field goal was partially blocked, and the Ravens escaped with the win despite blowing a 23-13 lead in the fourth quarter.