Ravens went into Heinz Field and left with a hard to come by road win. This makes the Ravens the Bane of the NFL in that they can destroy Heinz Field. However coach Jim Harbaugh is not ready to declare victory of the division because just like Batman the presence of Joe Flacco makes everyone a little bit nervous.

The Atlanta Falcons defeated the the Arizona Cardinals despite 6 turnovers. Matt Ryan threw 5 interceptions and his team still won, all but proving it wasn’t entirely Michael Vick’s fault.

The Dallas Cowboys pulled out a thrilling victory can the first overtime game in Cowboy Stadium. The first overtime game in the new stadium marks the first time fans or Jerry Jones got more than what they paid for.

The Green Bay Packers pulled within a half a game of the lead in the NFC North with a win over the Lions. Aaron Rodgers continues to make plenty of wide receivers look good which should not surprise us since he can make what every third grade teacher preaches look cool, always double check your work. The Packers passing attack is so good, Greg Jennings and Donald Driver can make Old Spice and Goodwill look good respectively without even being apart of said passing attack.

Mark Sanchez and the Jets took care of the ball with zero turnovers and beat the Saint Louis Rams. However, the Rams have not created a turnover in 5 games, so Mark Sanchez saved his job and their season with a performance equivalent to not getting in a fight on your honeymoon.

New Orleans Saints climbed back to .500 with a win over the Oakland Raiders. Keep in mind that getting Joe Vitt back as interim head coach acted as a huge boost to the struggling Saints, but if they begin to struggle again, Sean Payton does not get to come back.

Robert Griffin III  threw four TDs and out dueled Nick Foles in a battle of rookie QBs. This match up might be important in 2014 if both teams have two amazing drafts.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers stayed red hot beating the Carolina Panthers in over time. The Buccaneers are hotter than a fat guy in a sauna, an Inuit in Panama, and Elliot Stabler in the interrogation room. Combined.

Offense for both teams exploded in Houston as the Texans improved to 9-1. Is there a reason to panic in Houston when Chad Henne throws four TDs? Chad Henne throwing 4 TDs against you is scarier than a witch in a broom factory.