Week 6 In Review

Photo taken by Peter Aiken/Getty Images
Photo taken by Peter Aiken/Getty Images

The undefeated Kansas City Chiefs sacked Oakland Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor ten times in their victory. 

Headlines:

  • The New York Giants lost the Chicago Bears 27-21 and still trapped in the cellar of the NFC East, winless
  • The Green Bay Packers edged the Baltimore Ravens 19-17, but lost WR Randall Cobb for 6-8 weeks because of a fractured leg
  • The Cincinnati Bengals escaped an overtime scare with the Buffalo Bills but ended up with a 27-24 victory
  • Fueled by QB Matthew Stafford’s four touchdown performance, the Detroit Lions defeated the rolling Cleveland Browns 31-17
  • The St. Louis Rams annihilated the hapless Houston Texans 38-13; Texans QB Matt Schaub was greeted with cheers while injured
  • The Kansas City Chiefs slammed the Oakland Raiders 24-7 with ten sacks on opposing QB Terrelle Pryor
  • QB Cam Newton’s four total touchdowns electrified the Carolina Panthers to a 35-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings
  • The Pittsburgh Steelers snagged their first win against the New York Jets 19-6
  • With QB Nick Foles, the Philadelphia Eagles in their 31-20 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • The Denver Broncos survived against the Jacksonville Jaguars 35-19, but appeared vulnerable in the secondary
  • The Seattle Seahawks’ quiet 2013 campaign continued with a 20-13 victory over the rugged Tennessee Titans
  • New England Patriots QB Tom Brady led a game-winning drive and threw a touchdown with five ticks left to beat the New Orleans Saints 30-27
  • The San Francisco rolled past the division foe Arizona Cardinals 32-20
  • The Dallas Cowboys took advantage of RG3’s errors in their 31-36 victory
  • The San Diego Chargers didn’t let up one touchdown in their 19-9 win over the Indianapolis Colts

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