Andy Reid wanted a win against the Eagles -- the team that fired him after 2012 -- in the worst way. Nothing could have felt better than this ice-cold Gatorade bath after Kansas City got the job done in Philadelphia.
Panthers 38, Giants 0
After hammering the G-Men and accounting for four touchdowns (three passing, one running), Cam Newton might just be Superman. Give him credit, he earned every bit of praise he gets from this game.
Seahawks 45, Jaguars 17
That suffocating Seattle defense is just too good. Linebacker Bobby Wagner takes a second to bow down after tipping and intercepting a first-half pass from Chad Henne. Here's what's scary: This game wasn't as close as the final score appeared, which is bad for the Jaguars.
Jets 27, Bills 20
Gang Green was locked in a tough battle with the boys from Buffalo, but Santonio Holmes' 69-yard touchdown pass from rookie Geno Smith in the fourth quarter was the decisive blow.
Dolphins 27, Falcons 23
The Dolphins kicked, scratched, clawed and fought their way to this win. Trailing late in the fourth quarter, Ryan Tannehill connected with Dion Sims for the game-winning touchdown. Don't look now, but Miami is 3-0.
Cowboys 31, Rams 7
Who is Dallas' all-time leader in sacks? That would be DeMarcus Ware, who brought down Sam Bradford on this play for the 115th of his career. Ware's accomplishment was just one bright spot on this day for a Cowboys team that is sitting on top of the NFC East.
Saints 31, Cardinals 7
This catch is a microcosm of the Saints' victory. Jimmy Graham -- like the rest of his teammates -- was just too big and tough for the Cardinals. He pulled down two touchdown catches as New Orleans ran away with it.
Titans 20, Chargers 17
Tennessee has been waiting for QB Jake Locker to come into his own. He might have done that on Sunday, as he ran this one in for a touchdown and later threw a perfect pass to rookie Justin Hunter for the game-winning touchdown. What an effort by the young kid.
Ravens 30, Texans 9
With the Ravens struggling at the start of their game against the Texans, someone needed to step up and make a big play. Enter linebacker Daryl Smith, who picked off this Matt Schaub pass and took it 37 yards for a touchdown. This galvanized Baltimore and before you knew it, the rout was out.
Browns 31, Vikings 27
It's been a rough week for Cleveland. After trading away its first-round pick from 2012 in Trent Richardson, a win over the Vikings would have been nice. Well, ask and they shall receive. Jordan Cameron's third touchdown catch of the game pushed the Browns to their first victory of the season.
Bears 40, Steelers 23
For anyone of you wondering why Pittsburgh is now 0-3, it's pretty simple. When you turn the ball over five times, you're almost guaranteed to lose.
Lions 27, Redskins 20
Wow! What a catch, right? Wrong! Aldrick Robinson had what could have been the tying touchdown in his hands in the fourth quarter, but the ball came loose when he hit the turf. It was one of those games for the Redskins, who fell to 0-3 with the loss.
Bengals 34, Packers 30
Success! The one came down to the wire, but in the end it was Cincinnati standing alone as the victors. The Bengals scored a signature victory over the Packers that must have felt oh, so sweet.
Colts 27, 49ers 7
Has the student become the master? Andrew Luck, who played for Jim Harbaugh at Stanford, greets his former head coach after the Colts laid a whipping on the 49ers. As is clear from this shot, Mr. Harbaugh isn't too thrilled after watching his team suffer its second consecutive ugly loss.
Patriots 23, Buccaneers 3
After losing his temper multiple times in an ugly Week 2 win, Tom Brady was a bit more positive on Sunday. He threw two touchdown passes to rookie receiver Kenbrell Thompkins, and more importantly, shared a hug with the kid. That's leadership right there.