Posted by Josh Alper on October 22, 2012, 9:20 AM EDT
The Bills are planning to do some reevaluationsduring the bye week.
Patriots CB/KR Devin McCourty was thankful that his teammates “saved my life” by coming back after McCourty’s fumble set the Jets up with a lead in the final minutes.
Said Bengals coach Marvin Lewis, “We have an opportunity to regroup. A chance to look at ourselves for a couple of days and move forward and come back get ready for two home games in a row, which are big. We can get back to even and go from there. That’s what we have to do. Right now we have to focus on that.”
Special teams blunders helped push the Browns to defeat in Indianapolis.
Steelers CB Ike Taylor did a strong job on Bengals WR A.J. Green after a week of criticism about his performance.
The emergence of the run game was essential to the Colts’ victory.
Winning the turnover battle was a positive change for the Titans.
One Chiefs fan got poetic in his plea for things to change with the team.
Going to a no-huddle offense worked well for the Raiders.
Nick Canepa of the San Diego Union-Tribune takes a look at the accusations that the Chargers used stickum.
There was nothing ugly about Sunday’s win for Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
A look at what the Bears will try to do on offense against the Lions.
The Buccaneers were left to lament their inability to score on four plays from the one in the third quarter.
The Rams aren’t planning any changes to their running back rotation.
Arizona’s loss moved the 49ers into sole possession of first place in the NFC West.