CHARLES WOODSON, S, Raiders Still making plays at 38, his leaping interception at the Oakland 12 in the final minute sealed a victory.

ALFRED BLUE, RB, Texans Filling in for Arian Foster again, he rushed 31 times for 139 yards and a big fourth-quarter touchdown.

PAT McAFEE, P, Colts Not only did the All-Pro have a net average of 50.0 yards on his five punts, but he also ran for 18 yards on a fake.


BRANDON MARSHALL, WR, Jets In what he called the "worst play in NFL history," he tried a lateral that was snared by the Eagles and led to a TD.

COLIN KAEPERNICK, QB, 49ers Never gave his team a chance after putting it in a 14-0 hole by throwing pick-sixes on consecutive passes.

KELECHI OSEMELE, LG, Ravens His facemask penalty negated a late fourth-and-3 conversion; the Ravens then missed on fourth-and-17.


GOING UP Devonta Freeman

hadn't run for more than 38 yards in his first 18 NFL games, but he went bonkers Sunday for 141 yards and three TDs.

GOING DOWN Not that Tre Mason has been doing much for St. Louis, but now he figures to lose time to a healthy Todd Gurley, too.

LOOKING AHEAD How will the Steelers look with Michael Vick at QB? It's a quick turnaround; they play the 0-3 Ravens on Thursday.