NFL games are a mix of emotions: anger, sadness, joy, pain, you name it. It's often easy to pick one particular moment and spotlight that to summarize the action. So, that's what we did! We present our gallery of images from the latest slate of NFL contest, including an ugly affair down in Houston. So, let's dive into the Week 6 Snapshot. -- Sid Saraf
Bears 27, Giants 21
Chicago came up with three interceptions on Thursday, none bigger than the one Tim Jennings pulled down late in the fourth quarter to kill a potential game-winning drive. It was Jennings' second pick of the contest and it helped Chicago snap a short losing skid.
49ers 32, Cardinals 20
Wide receiver Michael Crabtree might still be out with an injury, but Vernon Davis is more than picking up the slack. The versatile tight end lined up all over the field and enjoyed a career day on Sunday, with 8 catches for 180 yards and two touchdowns. The 49ers can get used to this.
Eagles 31, Buccaneers 20
DeSean Jackson made the Philly faithful forget that QB Michael Vick missed this game with an injury. The speedy receiver made two touchdown catches, the second of which put the game away and improved the Eagles record to 3-3.
Panthers 35, Vikings 10
Cam Newton (left) spent the afternoon dominating the Vikings with his four touchdowns, but it was after the game that he stood out. He's seen here sharing a moment with Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson, who is dealing with the death of his 2-year-old son.
Chiefs 24, Raiders 7
Kansas City is 6-0. I'll let that sink in. The Chiefs defense was the story of Sunday, sacking Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor 10 times and intercepting him three times. Defensive back Husain Abdullah came up with the final pick and returned it 44 yards for the touchdown that closed the door on this game.
Steelers 19, Jets 6
Come on, you didn't think Pittsburgh was going to be winless forever, right? The Steelers earned that first victory of 2013 and can still make some noise if they can put together a run over the next few weeks.
Lions 31, Browns 17
Joseph Fauria caught three touchdown passes as Detroit erased a halftime deficit on the road. Yeah, I think I'd smile wide and do a little dance, too.
Bengals 27, Bills 24 (OT)
Cincinnati did need extra time to put shorthanded Buffalo away, but style points don't matter in the NFL. What does matter is QB Andy Dalton threw for 337 yards and three touchdown passes, including one to rookie Gio Bernard. The Bengals are sitting pretty at 4-2 and are in first place in the AFC North.
Seahawks 20, Titans 13
Seattle QB Russell Wilson still hasn't lost at home in his short career. He has a reason to be happy.
Rams 38, Texans 13
If you want one play that can summarize Houston's recent struggles, look no further than this image. That's Rams linebacker Alec Ogletree returning a TJ Yates interception 98 yards for a touchdown. The Texans -- a supposed Super Bowl contender -- have lost four straight and are a complete dumpster fire right now.
Broncos 35, Jaguars 19
What does it say when Denver doesn't play its best game and still puts up 35 points? That's just frightening. High-fives are defniitely in order. Will anyone be able to derail the Broncos?
Cowboys 31, Redskins 16
Dallas had to bounce back after suffering a heartbreaking loss in Week 5. Who knew that kick returner Dwayne Harris would provide a huge spark? Harris took a punt 86 yards for a touchdown and compiled 222 return yards as the Cowboys evened their record at 3-3. They're now tied for first place in the NFC East.
Packers 19, Ravens 17
Green Bay's offense struggled to move the ball in Baltimore, but its offense finally broke through in the second half. That's when Jordy Nelson pulled down a 64-yard touchdown grab from Aaron Rodgers that extended their lead over the defending champs and eventually pushed their season record to 3-2. Big win.
Patriots 30, Saints 27
The most dramatic moment from Week 6 came when Kenbrell Thompkins pulled down the game-winning pass -- just past the fingertips of Jabari Greer -- with just five seconds left in the game. New England pulled off the stunner and handed New Orleans its first loss of the season. What a game.