|Robert Ayers||DE||Denver||at Dallas||W, 51-48||Started at RDE, 2 tackles 1 sack-6 yd loss|
|Eric Berry||DB||Kansas City||at Tennessee||W, 26-17||Started at SS, 5 tackles, 1 PD|
|Tyler Bray||QB||Kansas City||at Tennessee||W, 26-17||Not active|
|Kevin Burnett||LB||Oakland||vs. San Diego||W, 27-17||Started at WLB, 14 tackles, 1 sack-11 yds, 1 FF|
|Britton Colquitt||P||Denver||at Dallas||W, 51-48||Did Not Punt, Held on GW FG|
|Dustin Colquitt||P||Kansas City||at Tennessee||W, 26-17||6 punts, 37.5 yd. avg|
|Morgan Cox||LS||Baltimore||at Miami||W, 26-23||Snapped on all punts and kicks|
|Arian Foster||RB||Houston||at San Francisco||L, 34-3||Started at RB, 21 att. 98 yds|
|Ramon Foster||OT||Pittsburgh||Bye Week|
|Aubrayo Franklin||DT||Indianapolis||vs. Seattle||W, 34-28||Started at NT, 1 tackle|
|Omar Gaither||LB||Atlanta||vs. NY Jets||L, 30-28||Started at MLB, 4 tackles|
|Jabari Greer||CB||New Orleans||at Chicago||W, 26-18||Started at LCB, 5 tackles|
|Parys Haralson||LB||New Orleans||at Chicago||W, 26-18||1 tackle|
|Justin Hunter||WR||Tennessee||vs. Kansas City||L, 26-17||Played, no stats|
|Malik Jackson||DE||Denver||at Dallas||W, 51-48||2 tackles, 1 sack -7 yd loss 2 QBH|
|Austin Johnson||FB||New Orleans||at Chicago||W, 26-18|
|Peyton Manning||QB||Denver||at Dallas||W, 51-48||Started at QB, 33-42-414-4 TDs|
|Jerod Mayo||LB||New England||at Cincinnati||L, 13-6||Started at LB, 11 tackles, 0.5 sacks-4 yds, 1 PD, 1 FR|
|Jacques McClendon||OL||Jacksonville||at St. Louis||L, 34-20||Did Not Play|
|Tony McDaniel||DE||Seattle||at Indianapolis||L, 34-28||Started at LDT, 1 tackle|
|Robert Meachem||WR||New Orleans||at Chicago||W, 26-18||Started at WR|
|Marvin Mitchell||LB||Minnesota||Bye Week|
|Denarius Moore||WR||Oakland||vs. San Diego||W, 27-17||Started at WR, 5 rec. 84 yds 1 TD|
|Cordarrelle Patterson||WR||Minnesota||Bye Week|
|Tauren Poole||RB||Carolina||at Arizona||L, 22-6||Practice Squad|
|Mychal Rivera||TE||Oakland||vs. San Diego||W, 27-17||First career start at TE, 1 rec. 5 yds|
|Chris Scott||OL||Carolina||at Arizona||L, 22-6||Started at RG|
|Matt Simms||QB||NY Jets||at Atlanta||W, 30-28||Did Not Play|
|Luke Stocker||TE||Tampa Bay||Bye Week|
|Dallas Thomas||OL||Miami||vs. Baltimore||L, 26-23||Not active|
|Scott Wells||C||St. Louis||vs. Jacksonville||W, 34-20||Started at C|
|Dan Williams||DT||Arizona||vs. Carolina||W, 22-6||1 tackle, 1 QBH|
|Jason Witten||TE||Dallas||vs. Denver||L, 51-48||Started at TE, 7 rec. 121 yds. 1 TD|
SHOOTOUT OF THE AGES
In what CBS says was the highest-rated NFL game this season on any network, Peyton Manning and the Broncos got the best of the Cowboys on Sunday afternoon in an instant classic.
Manning was 32-of-44 on the day with 414 yards passing and four touchdowns and one interception.
Manning's streak of consecutive passes without an INT ended at 226 on Sunday after beginning the season throwing for 21 TDs and 0 INTs to begin the year. That mark ranked second in Broncos history behind Jake Plummer, 229 in 2005).
His 20 touchdown passes through five games are the most in NFL history.
Manning's marked his 25th career game with four touchdown passes, marking the most in NFL history
Manning also rushed for a touchdown on the day, his 21st career rushing touchdown, and first since 10/27/08 at Tennessee.
Manning leads the NFL in passing yards in the 2013 season with 1,884
For the Cowboys, tight end Jason Witten finished with seven catches for 121 yards and a touchdown
TAKING THEM DOWN
Kevin Burnett's 14 tackles against San Diego were the third most in the NFL during week five behind Sean Lee of Dallas and Ryan Mundy of the New York Giants.
The game marked the 11th career double digit tackle game of Burnett's career and tied his career best 14 tackles set previously on January 1, 2012 against the New York Jets.
Burnett also added an 11 yard sack and a forced fumble on the day to help Oakland to its second win of the season.
Also with a double digit tackle effort on the weekend was Jerod Mayo of the New England Patriots.
Mayo notched 11 tackles to go along with a half a sack, a pass defended and a fumble recovery.
Mayo ranks in a tie for fourth in the NFL the season in total tackles with 49 behind Lance Briggs (Chicago, 51), Sean Lee (Dallas, 50) and Vontaze Burfict (Cincinnati, 50).
STARTS ON STARTS
Out of the 21 Vols in action this past weekend, 16 of them made starts at their position for their teams.
Eight Vols started on offense (QB-1, RB-1, WR-2, TE-2, RG-1, C-1), eight started on defense (RDE-1, NT-1, LDT-1, LB-3, SS-1, LCB-1)
NEWS AND NOTES
Titans/Chiefs Photo Gallery
Houston Chronicle: Foster has noteworthy effort
Audibles: Peyton Manning Scores First Rushing TD Since 2008
Philly.com: Peyton Manning Breaks TD Record
Seattle PI: Manning Fakes Cameraman and Entire Dallas D on Touchdown
Bleacher Report: Robert Ayers Injury
NESN.com: Mayo among Top-5 Positive Performances In Bengals Loss
Kansas City Star: Colquitt Toughs It Out
NFL.com: Manning Playing QB at highest level in history
ESPN: Foster Day-To-Day