Colt McCoy completed 19 of 39 passes for 210 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Guy: Eric Weddle
Admit it. Just like me, you had San Diego in the survivor pool. You thought it was Dante Rosario, part II. You were convinced you were about to get “Norved.” Thank goodness for Weddle’s pick of Matt Cassel at 20-17 late in the 4th quarter
Goat: Rex Ryan
Ryan said in the postgame to blame him. OK. His defense wasn’t ready. And Ryan, down 10, should’ve kicked a field goal and tried an on-sides kick at the end of the loss to the Raiders. And the offensive staff didn’t get the ball to Plaxico Burress and Santonio Holmes
Guy: Daniel Graham
Talking to the Titans tight end on Monday on the SiriusXM Blitz, he was excited to catch the go-ahead touchdown to beat his former Broncos team. But he’s really excited about adding leadership to this 2-1 Titans team. There’s a reason why Mike Munchak included Graham’s name when we talked about new leaders in August.
Goat: Antonio Cromartie
A week after receiving “guy” honors, Cromartie had a huge fumble on special teams and committed four penalties.
Guy: Chan Gailey
The comeback and the 3-0 start make him worthy. But what really impressed me was how he drained the clock after Fred Jackson was ruled down at the 1-yard line. Brilliant strategy. Tom Brady couldn’t get the ball back after Rian Lindell’s field goal.
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Goat: Kevin Kolb
I created the Kolb bandwagon, but you can’t get totally stymied in the second half against Seattle
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Guy: Colt McCoy
Lost in the shuffle this weekend was McCoy’s 80-yard, game-winning drive vs. Miami. It was rather outstanding, especially considering the 2-1 Browns didn’t have Peyton Hillis.
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Goat: Atlanta offensive line
It continues to be a huge problem for the Falcons this year, who saw Matt Ryan get sacked 4 times.
Guy: Torrey Smith
The Ravens’ rookie had three touchdowns in the first quarter to lead Baltimore to a rout over the overmatched Rams.