NFL games are a mix of emotions: anger, sadness, joy, pain, you name it. Often it's 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. We even have an impressively bearded man. So, let's dive into the Week 4 Snapshot. -- Sid Saraf
Cardinals 13, Buccaneers 10
Things weren't going well for Arizona. The Cardinals were trailing a team starting a rookie quarterback late in the game, but then Patrick Peterson came up with the first of his two interceptions for the game. Before you knew it, the Red Birds walked out of Tampa with a victory.
Bills 23, Ravens 20
The defending champions fell apart in upstate New York on Sunday as QB Joe Flacco threw five interceptions. The last one was picked up by linebacker Kiko Alonso -- his second of the game -- and sealed the win late in the fourth quarter.
49ers 35, Rams 11
There's nothing like 153 rushing yards from Frank Gore to right a ship, right? The 49ers needed a win in the worst way on Thursday and got one to even their record at 2-2. This fourth-down touchdown by Gore was a huge reason why San Francisco won on a short week.
Colts 37, Jaguars 3
Andrew Luck is just too fast for Jacksonville. However, a lot of people can make that claim these days, right?
Redskins 24, Raiders 14
Washington looked on its way to its fourth straight loss to open 2013. But then David Amerson stepped in front of a Matt Flynn pass and returned it for a touchdown in the first half. That started the rally that ended with the Redskins' first win of the season.
Lions 40, Bears 32
It's amazing how much of an impact Reggie Bush makes on Detroit's offense. The running back's 37-yard touchdown run jumpstarted the Lions' 27-point second quarter. Don't look now, but 3-1 Detroit is on top of the NFC North.
Vikings 34, Steelers 27
The Pittsburgh Steelers are now 0-4. I'll say that again: The Pittsburgh Steelers are actually 0-4. That doesn't happen very often.
Chiefs 31, Giants 7
Speaking of 0-4, the New York Giants are also ... you guessed it, 0-4. Not only are they winless, but they've also scored seven points over their previous two games. I don't know how head coach Tom Coughlin is staying this calm.
Broncos 52, Eagles 20
That's Peyton Manning wearing a visor instead of his helmet in the fourth quarter. Yup, must have been a good day for Denver.
Browns 17, Bengals 6
How are the Browns 2-2, you ask? Simple, by having Brian Hoyer throw a 1-yard touchdown pass to Chris Ogbonnaya with just minutes left in the game. You have to love the effort that Cleveland has given its fans the past two weeks.
Titans 38, Jets 13
The Titans' solid effort on Sunday moved them to 3-1 and continued their pleasant start to the season. However, all of that was marred when starting quarterback Jake Locker was carted off the field with a hip injury.
Chargers 30, Cowboys 21
There was no hard-luck loss for San Diego this week. Antonio Gates, who pulled down this 56-yard touchdown catch from Philip Rivers in the fourth quarter, made sure of that.
Seahawks 23, Texans 20 (OT)
Houston was well on its way to beating Seattle and its top-ranked defense. However, Richard Sherman's dramatic interception return for a touchdown tied the score and eventually cost the Texans the game. By the way, Sherman lost his shoe while running this ball into the end zone. The Seahawks improved to 4-0 for the first time in franchise history.