The Associated Press
Monday, Oct. 28
Seattle (6-1) at St. Louis (3-4), 8:40 p.m. EDT, ESPN. Kellen Clemens takes over for Sam Bradford at quarterback for the Rams, who face the NFC West-leading Seahawks.
--Drew Brees, Saints, finished 26 for 34 for 332 yards and five touchdown passes in New Orleans' 35-17 win over Buffalo. Brees has eight career games with at least five touchdown passes, the most in NFL history.
--Andy Dalton, Bengals, was 19 for 30 for 325 yards with a career-high five touchdown passes and an interception in Cincinnati's 49-9 win over the New York Jets.
--Matthew Stafford, Lions, was 33 for 48 for 488 yards and a touchdown and two interceptions in Detroit's 31-30 win over Dallas. Stafford has six career games with at least 400 yards passing in his first five NFL seasons, trailing Hall of Famer Dan Marino (seven) for the most such games in the first five seasons of a career in NFL history.
--Peyton Manning, Broncos, finished 30 for 44 for 354 yards with four touchdowns and three interceptions in Denver's 45-21 win over Washington. Manning has 2,919 yards passing this season, the most through the first eight games in NFL history.
--Aaron Rodgers, Packers, was 24 for 29 for 285 yards and two touchdown passes in Green Bay's 44-31 victory over Minnesota.
--Jason Campbell, Browns, was 22 for 36 for 293 yards and two touchdown passes in Cleveland's 23-17 loss to Kansas City.
--Terrelle Pryor, Raiders, was 10 for 19 for 88 yards and two interceptions and added nine carries for 106 yards, including a 93-yard TD run in Oakland's 21-18 win over Pittsburgh. Pryor's 93-yard touchdown rushing is the longest TD run by a quarterback in NFL history. Pryor also surpassed Bo Jackson (92 yards, Nov. 5, 1989) for the longest rushing touchdown by a Raider.
--Andre Ellington, Cardinals, had 15 carries for 154 yards, including an 80-yard touchdown, in Arizona's 27-13 win over Atlanta.
--Alfred Morris, Redskins, had 17 carries for 93 yards and a touchdown in Washington's 45-21 loss to Denver.
--Reggie Bush, Lions, had 21 carries for 92 yards and a touchdown in Detroit' 31-30 victory over Dallas.
--Frank Gore and Kendall Hunter, 49ers. Gore had 19 carries for 71 yards and two touchdowns and Hunter added nine carries for 84 yards in San Francisco's 42-10 victory over Jacksonville.
--Calvin Johnson, Lions, finished with 14 catches and 329 yards and a touchdown in Detroit's 31-30 win against Dallas. His 329 yards are the second most in NFL history by a receiver. Flipper Anderson had 336 yards receiving for the Los Angeles Rams against New Orleans on Nov. 26, 1989 in a game that went into overtime. Johnson had his fifth career game with at least 200 yards receiving, tying Hall of Famer Lance Alworth for the most such games in NFL history.
--Josh Gordon, Browns, had five catches for 132 yards and a touchdown in Cleveland's 23-17 loss to Kansas City.
--Kenny Stills, Saints, had three catches for 129 yards, including touchdowns of 69 and 42 yards, in New Orleans' 35-17 win over Buffalo.
--Marvin Jones and A.J. Green, Bengals. Jones had eight catches for 122 yards and four touchdowns and Green had three catches for 115 yards in Cincinnati's 49-9 victory over the New York Jets. Jones' four TD catches are the most in a single game in Bengals history and the most in an NFL game since Nov. 18, 2007 (Randy Moss and Terrell Owens, four each).
--Jordy Nelson, Packers, had seven catches for 123 yards and two touchdowns in Green Bay's 44-31 win over Minnesota.
--Harry Douglas, Falcons, had 12 catches for 121 yards in Atlanta's 27-13 loss to Arizona.
--Josh Brown, Giants, was 5 for 5 on field goals in New York's 15-7 win over the Eagles.
--Najee Goode, Eagles, returned a fumbled snap on a punt attempt 2 yards for a touchdown in Philadelphia's 15-7 loss to the Giants.
--Cordarrelle Patterson, Vikings, returned a kickoff an NFL-record 109 yards for a touchdown in Minnesota's 44-31 loss to Green Bay.
--Micah Hyde, Packers, returned a punt 93 yards for a touchdown in Green Bay's 44-31 win over Minnesota.
--Adam Jones and Chris Crocker, Bengals. Jones returned an interception 60 yards for a touchdown and Crocker returned an interception 32 yards for a touchdown in Cincinnati's 49-9 win over the New York Jets. It was the first time the Bengals returned two interceptions for a touchdown since Dec. 16, 1984, against Buffalo.