The Associated Press
Monday, Oct. 14
Indianapolis (4-1) at San Diego (2-3). Brother face off, Colts coach Chuck Pagano against Chargers defensive coordinator John Pagano. Indianapolis has won three straight games.
--Nick Foles, Eagles, was 22 of 31 for 296 yards and a career-high three touchdowns in Philadelphia's 31-20 win over Tampa Bay.
--Cam Newton, Panthers, was 20 for 26 for 242 yards and three touchdowns in Carolina's 35-10 win over Minnesota.
--Matthew Stafford, Lions, went 25 for 43 for 248 yards and four touchdowns and an interception in Detroit's 31-17 win over Cleveland.
--Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers, was 23 of 30 for 264 yards and a touchdown in Pittsburgh's 19-6 win over the New York Jets.
--Andy Dalton, Bengals, was 26 for 40 for 337 yards with three touchdown passes and an interception in Cincinnati's 27-24 win over Buffalo. Dalton had his first three-touchdown game since he threw three in a 34-10 win against Oakland last Nov. 25.
--Arian Foster, Texans, had 20 carries for 141 yards in Houston's 38-13 loss to St. Louis.
--Eddie Lacy, Packers, had 23 carries for 120 yards in Green Bay's 19-17 victory over Baltimore.
--LeSean McCoy, Eagles, had 25 carries for 116 yards in Philadelphia's 31-20 victory over Tampa Bay.
--Frank Gore, 49ers, had 25 carries for 101 yards in San Francisco's 32-20 win over Arizona.
--Stevan Ridley, Patriots, finished with 20 carries for 96 yards and two touchdowns in New England's 30-27 victory over New Orleans.
-- Knowshon Moreno, Broncos, had three touchdowns in Denver's 35-19 victory over Jacksonville.
--Justin Blackmon, Jaguars, made 14 catches for 190 yards in Jacksonville's 35-19 loss to Denver.
--Vernon Davis, 49ers, had eight catches for a career-best 180 yards and two touchdowns in San Francisco's 32-20 victory over Arizona.
--Josh Gordon, Browns, had seven catches for 126 yards in Cleveland's 31-17 loss to Detroit.
--Vincent Jackson and Timothy Wright, Buccaneers. Jackson had nine receptions for 114 yards and two touchdowns, Wright had seven catches for 91 yards in Tampa Bay's 31-20 loss to Philadelphia.
--Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals, had six catches for 117 yards and a touchdown in Arizona's 32-20 loss to San Francisco.
--Jordy Nelson, Packers, had four catches for 113 yards and a touchdown in Green Bay's 19-17 win over Baltimore.
--Riley Cooper, Eagles, had four catches for 120 yards and a touchdown in Philadelphia's 31-20 win over Tampa Bay.
--Brandon LaFell, Panthers, had four catches for 107 yards, including a 79-yard touchdown in Carolina's 35-10 win over Minnesota.
--A.J. Green, Bengals, had six catches for 103 yards and a touchdown in Cincinnati's 27-24 victory over Buffalo.
--Dwayne Harris, Cowboys, returned a punt 86 yards for a touchdown in Dallas' 31-16 win over Washington.
--Shaun Suisham, Steelers, was 4 for 4 on field goals in Pittsburgh's 19-6 win over the New York Jets.
--Mason Crosby, Packers, was 4 for 5 on field goals in Green Bay's 19-17 win over Baltimore
--Daren Bates, Rams, returned a fumble on a kickoff 11 yards for a touchdown in St. Louis' 38-13 win over Houston.
--Alec Ogletree, Rams, returned an interception 98 yards for a touchdown in St. Louis' 38-13 win over Houston. That is tied for the longest interception return for a touchdown in the regular season by a linebacker in NFL history and the longest by a rookie linebacker. Tampa Bay linebacker Shelton Quarles had a 98-yard interception return for a touchdown against Green Bay on Oct. 7, 2001.
--Husain Abdullah and Tamba Hali, Chiefs. Abdullah returned an interception 44 yards for a touchdown and Hali had 3½ sacks in Kansas City's 24-7 win over Oakland.
--Jason McCourty, Titans, returned a fumble 77 yards for a touchdown in Tennessee's 20-13 loss to over Seattle.
--Paul Posluszny, Jaguars, returned an interception 59 yards for a touchdown in Jacksonville's 35-19 loss to Denver.
--A.J. Hawk, Packers, had three sacks in Green Bay's 19-17 victory over Baltimore.
--Mike Mitchell, Panthers, made two interceptions, seven tackles and a sack in Carolina's 35-10 victory over Minnesota.
Arrowhead Stadium is once again the loudest stadium in the NFL. This time, it's official. Kansas City Chiefs fans broke the world record for an outdoor sports stadium in their 24-7 win over Oakland when they reached 137.5 decibels in the closing minutes. An official from Guinness World Records told The Associated Press that Chiefs fans broke the record of 136.6 set by Seahawks fans during a game against San Francisco earlier this year.