Unfiltered in-game observations by Football Outsiders staff
Folesmania continues in Philadelphia, the Colts pull away from the Titans thanks to Ryan Fitzpatrick, and the Chiefs drop their third straight game.
A tie, a near-tie, and the slogfest that is the AFC playoff picture.
The Chiefs are who we thought they were, the Bears and Ravens battle in a funnel cloud, and Gary Kubiak benches Case Keenum for some reason.
The Broncos hold off the Chargers, a Hail Mary actually succeeds, and the Colts get emasculated by Robert Quinn and the Rams.
You're not gonna believe this Sunday: Tampa and Houston blew enormous leads, Tom Brady is back from the premature dead, and the Chiefs are still undefeated after playing another cream puff.
Calvin Johnson is an extraordinary machine, Tom Brady might just be broken, and the Vikings continue to bottom out.
Meet new Peyton, same as the old Peyton.
Tom Brady leads another comeback, the Cowboys turn back the Redskins, and Seattle's entire offense is Russell Wilson scrambles. Plus: FO on the road in Cleveland.
Let's play four! The Raiders and Chargers keep us up late long after the Cowboys and Broncos decided that defense is optional. There was a game in between those two, but it was picked off and returned for a touchdown.
Matt Schaub and Mike Glennon have a race for dumb interception supremacy, the Broncos continue to crush all in their path, and the Browns take the AFC North lead while tanking.