The weekend's biggest upset goes under the Football Outsiders lens.
The Chiefs fell to a team built in their image on Sunday afternoon, because Alex Smith threw a devastating red zone interception.
It's been a year without a truly dominant team, but did we see one begin to emerge on Sunday night?
The same old, same old produces some wacky results sometimes.
Russell Wilson's mobility is still compromised, and some home cookin' and typically good Saints offense were able to lead New Orleans to victory.
Do you like defense? Do you enjoy when quarterbacks have no time to throw? Well, you should have watched Arizona and Seattle tie on Sunday night. But also, this game.
The Miami Dolphins stumble their way into some decent personnel ideas, while the Pittsburgh Steelers stumble into another Ben Roethlisberger injury.
Philadelphia's defense futzed around long enough to get Detroit into the game, and then its offense struggled to punch it in, creating this week's upset.
For the second year in a row, the Falcons take down the Panthers in the Georgia Dome. Is it time to believe in the opening month trends from each team?
The Eagles' standing at the top of the DVOA rankings looks a lot less fluky after their stunning domination of the Steelers.
The more things change, the more they stay the same when the Rams and Seahawks face off.