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 contests, including a thrilling win for RG3 and the Redskins. So, let's dive into the Week 9 Snapshot. -- Sid Saraf
Browns 24, Ravens 18
That's the unbridled joy of a team that ended a 12-game losing streak to Baltimore. Congratulations to the Browns are in order.
Titans 28, Rams 21
The game was a back-and-forth affair until the Titans came up with a play of the game, sacking Kellen Clemens and forcing a fumble that they recovered. Chris Johnson ended up scoring the go-ahead touchdown a few plays later that ended up being the difference in this one.
Jets 26, Saints 20
How you hold the Saints offense to just six points after halftime? Easy, by putting quarterback Drew Brees on his back. New York's defense was more than happy to oblige.
Patriots 55, Steelers 31
Remember how Patriots QB Tom Brady struggled over his previous few games? Yeah, he just made that seem like a distant memory. Brady threw for 432 yards and four touchdown as he pounded Pittsburgh's defense. Welcome back, Tom.
Seahawks 27, Buccaneers 24 (OT)
How in the world did the Seahawks allow the winless Buccaneers to take a 21-0 lead in this game? Eh, who cares ... all that matters is that Doug Baldwin scored the tying touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Seattle went on to clinch its 12th straight home win in overtime.
Panthers 34, Falcons 10
Cam Newton made some mistakes, throwing a pair of first-half interceptions. But when he scored on this 8-yard run in the fourth quarter, the Panthers pretty much clinched their fourth straight win. Don't look now, but Carolina is just a game back of the Saints in the NFC South.
Chiefs 23, Bills 13
The Chiefs discovered that their best offense can be their outstanding defense. Cornerback Sean Smith proved that when he returned this interceptions 100 yards for a touchdown in the second half. Kansas City rolls to the win and a 9-0 record.
Dolphins 22, Bengals 20 (OT)
It's not often that an overtime game ends with a safety, but that's what happened on this Thursday night game. Cameron Wake exploded through the line and took down Andy Dalton in the extra period for a walk-off sack. Unbelievable.
Cowboys 27, Vikings 23
It looked like Big D was headed for another inexplicable loss on Sunday. But disaster was averted when Dwayne Harris pulled in this touchdown pass from Tony Romo with 35 seconds left. The Cowboys really needed this win.
Redskins 30, Chargers 24 (OT)
You never know which running back will step up in a Mike Shanahan offense. This week, it was little-known fullback Darrel Young, who scored three touchdowns including the game-winner in overtime.
Eagles 49, Raiders 20
See that smile on head coach Chip Kelly's face? That's the smile of a man who just watched his quarterback, Nick Foles, throw SEVEN touchdown passes in Oakland. That would make even the most hardened cynic crack a grin.