at Detroit 23, Tampa Bay 16: Kitna's prediction of 10 wins for the Lions doesn't look quite so silly now.
at New Orleans 22, Atlanta 16: Saints shouldn't get too excited about narrowly beating the Falcons.
Tennessee 38, at Houston 36: Games such as this are why football has become the No. 1 sport.
at Washington 21, Arizona 19: A confused Joe Gibbs spends 10 minutes after game looking for victory circle.
New England 49, at Miami 28: Even Patriots fans should have a hard time defending team for running up the score.
at Buffalo 19, Baltimore 14: As always, Kyle Boller plays just well enough to barely lose.
at N.Y. Giants 33, San Francisco 15: Giants are again raising hopes of their fans . . . to disappoint them again?
Kansas City 12, at Oakland 10: An irate Al Davis threatens to sue Priest Holmes for "not staying retired."
at Cincinnati 38, N.Y. Jets 31: No one is calling Eric Mangini the "Mangenius" this season.
at Seattle 33, St. Louis 6: Even if the Rams moved back to L.A., we still wouldn't have a pro team.
at Dallas 24, Minnesota 14: Still waiting for Childress to explain why he didn't give the ball to Peterson more often.
Chicago 19, at Philadelphia 16: That sound you heard was the Eagles' season coming to an end.
at Denver 31, Pittsburgh 28: Who do the Broncos think they are, the Rockies?
Open date: Carolina, Cleveland, Green Bay, San Diego.