The Associated Press
Monday, Nov. 4
Chicago (4-3) at Green Bay (5-2), 8:40 p.m., ESPN. The Bears, without the injured Jay Cutler, travel to Green Bay in a matchup of longtime rivals in the NFC North.
--Nick Foles, Eagles, was 22 for 28 for 406 yards and an NFL record-tying seven touchdown passes in Philadelphia's 49-20 win over Oakland. Foles is one of seven players in NFL history to throw seven touchdown passes in a single game and joins Hall of Famer Y.A. Tittle (Oct. 28, 1962) and Peyton Manning (Sept. 5, 2013) as the only ones to accomplish the feat without throwing an interception.
--Tom Brady, Patriots, finished 23 for 33 for a season-high 432 yards and four touchdowns in New England's 55-31 victory over Pittsburgh.
--Tony Romo, Cowboys, was 34 for 51 for 337 yards with two touchdown passes and an interception in Dallas' 27-23 win over Minnesota.
--Jason Campbell, Browns, was 23 for 35 for 262 yards and three touchdown passes in Cleveland's 24-18 win over Baltimore.
--Case Keenum, Texans, was 20 for 34 for 350 yards and three touchdown passes in Houston's 27-24 loss to Indianapolis.
--Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers, was 28 for 48 for 400 yards and four touchdown passes and two interceptions in Pittsburgh's 55-31 loss to New England.
--Mike James, Buccaneers, had 28 carries for 158 yards and a touchdown pass in Tampa Bay's 27-24 overtime loss to Seattle.
--Chris Johnson, Titans, had 23 carries for 150 yards and two touchdowns in Tennessee's 28-21 win over St. Louis.
--Adrian Peterson, Vikings, finished with 25 carries for 140 yards and a touchdown in Minnesota's 27-23 loss to Dallas.
--Chris Ivory, Jets, had 18 carries for 139 yards and a touchdown in New York's 26-20 win over New Orleans.
--Zac Stacy, Rams, had 27 carries for 127 yards and two touchdowns in St. Louis' 28-21 loss to Tennessee.
--Alfred Morris and Darrel Young, Redskins. Morris 25 had carries for 121 yards and a touchdown and Young had five carries for 12 yards and three touchdowns in Washington's 30-24 overtime win over San Diego.
--C.J. Spiller, Bills, had 12 carries for 116 yards in Buffalo's 23-13 loss to Kansas City.
--Stevan Ridley, Patriots, had 26 carries for 115 yards and two touchdowns in New England's 55-31 win over Pittsburgh.
--Andre Johnson, Texans, had nine catches for 229 yards and three touchdowns in Houston's 27-24 loss to Indianapolis.
--Pierre Garcon, Redskins, had seven catches for 172 yards in Washington's 30-24 overtime win over San Diego.
--Rob Gronkowski, Aaron Dobson and Danny Amendola, Patriots. Gronkowski had a career-high nine catches for 143 yards and a touchdown, Dobson had five catches for 130 yards and two touchdowns and Amendola had four catches for 122 yards and a touchdown in New England's 55-31 victory over Pittsburgh.
--Riley Cooper and DeSean Jackson, Eagles. Cooper had five receptions for 139 yards and three touchdowns and Jackson had five catches for 150 yards and a touchdown in Philadelphia's 49-20 victory over Oakland.
--Jimmy Graham, and Robert Meachem, Saints. Graham had nine catches for 116 yards and two touchdowns and Meachem had four catches for 93 yards in New Orleans' 26-20 loss to the New York Jets.
--T.Y. Hilton, Colts, had seven catches for 121 yards and three touchdowns in Indianapolis' 27-24 win over San Diego.
--Keenan Allen, Chargers, had eight catches for 128 yards and a touchdown in San Diego's 30-24 overtime loss to Washington.
--Jason Witten, Cowboys, had eight catches for 102 yards and a touchdown in Dallas' 27-23 win over Minnesota.
--Nick Folk, Jets, was 4 for 4 on field goals in New York's 26-20 win over New Orleans. Folk has made all 23 field-goal attempts to start the season. His streak of 23 consecutive field goals made is the longest current streak in the NFL and Folk's streak of 23 field goals made in a row to start a season is the longest in franchise history.
--The San Diego Chargers blocked two field goal attempts and put two punts down at the 1-yard line in a 30-24 loss to the Washington Redskins. The Chargers hadn't blocked a field-goal try since Nov. 3, 2002.
--Sean Smith and Tamba Hali, Chiefs. Smith returned an interception 100 yards for a touchdown and Hali returned a fumble 11 yards for a touchdown in Kansas City's 23-13 win over Buffalo.
--Drayton Florence, Panthers, returned an interception 38 yards for a touchdown in Carolina's 34-10 victory over Atlanta.