Jets receiver Plaxico Burress makes one of his three touchdown catches… (Jason Dzenes / EPA )
at Carolina 33, Washington 20: Rex Grossman had 11 turnovers in five games; John Beck two in debut loss. Mathematical upgrade?
at Cleveland 6, Seattle 3: Sad but true. Cleveland has a .500 record after six games for only the fourth time since 1999 expansion rebirth.
Atlanta 23, at Detroit 16: Lions swear they aren't back to normal after second loss in row. Erratic Falcons hope they are back to normal.
Denver 18, at Miami 15: Tim Tebow didn't pass very well, but the winless Dolphins are truly fantastic at finding ways to lose games.
at N.Y. Jets 27, San Diego 21: For the second time this year and the first since exiting prison, Plaxico Burress proclaims he's free.
Chicago 24, Tampa Bay 18: To add realism to Buccaneers' "home" loss, this game staged in London didn't sell out either.
Houston 41, at Tennessee 7: Titans had two weeks to prepare for Texans (club record margin of victory). Imagine if they had three.
Pittsburgh 32, at Arizona 20: Thank goodness the Cardinals have solved their quarterback problems by trading for Kevin Kolb.
Kansas City 28, at Oakland 20: Remember, Kyle Boller is helping Carson Palmer learn the offense. Three picks each. Good work.
at Dallas 34, St. Louis 7: Dallas hasn't given up a first-quarter TD. Of course, helps that Rams are scoreless in last four first quarters.
Green Bay 33, at Minnesota 27: Rookie Christian Ponder should have been watching less Donovan McNabb and more Aaron Rodgers.
at New Orleans 62, Indianapolis 7: Seventh hint that Colts are awful minus Peyton Manning and are in Andrew Luck sweepstakes.
Off: Buffalo, Cincinnati, New England, New York Giants, Philadelphia, San Francisco.