|Robert Ayers||DE||Denver||at San Diego||W, 28-20||1 tackle, 1 QBH|
|Eric Berry||DB||Kansas City||Bye Week|
|Tyler Bray||QB||Kansas City||Bye Week|
|Kevin Burnett||LB||Oakland||At NY Giants||L, 24-20||Started at WLB, 4 tackles, 1 TFL|
|Britton Colquitt||P||Denver||at San Diego||W, 28-20||5 punts, 46.6 avg.|
|Dustin Colquitt||P||Kansas City||Bye Week|
|Morgan Cox||LS||Baltimore||vs. Cincinnati||W, 20-17||Snapped on all punts, kicks incl. GW in OT, 1 tackle|
|Arian Foster||RB||Houston||at Arizona||L, 27-24||Injured Reserve|
|Ramon Foster||OT||Pittsburgh||vs. Buffalo||W, 23-10||Started at LG, left game with ankle injury|
|Aubrayo Franklin||DT||Indianapolis||vs. St. Louis||L, 38-8||Started at NT, 2 tackles|
|Omar Gaither||LB||Atlanta||vs. Seattle||L, 33-10||Played, no stats|
|Jabari Greer||CB||New Orleans||vs. Dallas||W, 49-17||Started at LCB, 3 tackles, 3 PD|
|Parys Haralson||LB||New Orleans||vs. Dallas||W, 49-17||1 sack - 8 yd. loss|
|Montario Hardesty||RB||Cleveland||Released 9/30|
|Justin Hunter||WR||Tennessee||vs. Jacksonville||L, 29-27||2 rec. 51 yds.|
|Malik Jackson||DE||Denver||at San Diego||W, 28-20||3 tackles, 1 TFL|
|Austin Johnson||FB||New Orleans||vs. Dallas||W, 49-17||Practice Squad|
|Peyton Manning||QB||Denver||at San Diego||W, 28-20||Started at QB, 25-36-330 yds. 4 TD|
|Jerod Mayo||LB||New England||Bye Week||Injured Reserve|
|Jacques McClendon||OL||Jacksonville||at Tennessee||W, 29-27||Saw action on O Line|
|Tony McDaniel||DE||Seattle||at Atlanta||W, 33-10||Started at LDT, 3 tackles|
|Robert Meachem||WR||New Orleans||vs. Dallas||W, 49-17||1 rec. 17 yds|
|Marvin Mitchell||LB||Minnesota||vs. Washington||W, 34-27||Started at WLB, 4 tackles|
|Denarius Moore||WR||Oakland||At NY Giants||L, 24-20||Started at WR, 3 rec. 45 yds|
|Cordarrelle Patterson||WR||Minnesota||vs. Washington||W, 34-27||2 rec. 22 yds 1TD; 2 KR 37 yds.|
|Tauren Poole||RB||Carolina||at San Francisco||W, 10-9||Practice Squad|
|Mychal Rivera||TE||Oakland||At NY Giants||L, 24-20||Started at TE, 2 rec. 22 yds.|
|Chris Scott||OL||Carolina||at San Francisco||W, 10-9||Not Active|
|Matt Simms||QB||NY Jets||Bye Week|
|Luke Stocker||TE||Tampa Bay||vs. Miami||W, 22-19||Injured Reserve|
|Dallas Thomas||OL||Miami||vs. Tampa Bay||L, 22-19||Not Active|
|Scott Wells||C||St. Louis||at Indianapolis||W, 38-8||Started at Center|
|Dan Williams||DT||Arizona||vs. Houston||W, 27-24||Started at NT, 4 tackles|
|Jason Witten||TE||Dallas||at New Orleans||L, 49-17||Started at TE, 2 rec. 27 yds.|
NEWS & NOTES
CP WITH FIRST CAREER REC TD
On Thursday Night, Marvin Mitchell, Cordarrelle Patterson and the Vikings defeated the Redskins. Mitchell started the game at WLB finished with four tackles. Patterson recorded his first career receiving touchdown on a two-yard strike from Christian Ponder finishing with two catches for 22 yards and 2 kick returns for 37 yards in the 34-27 win.
CP's first career receiving TD: WATCH
ESPN NFL: Vikings use more WR, Patterson
MANNING BEING MANNING
In a close fight on the road at San Diego Sunday Peyton Manning continued to do what he does best, helping the Broncos to a 28-20 victory.
During the game:
Manning reached 300 yards passing for the 8th time in Denver's nine games, tying for the most in NFL history at this point (also had 8 in '09). With his 300-yard passing game, Manning extended his NFL record to 80.
Manning also threw for four TDs in the win, the fifth time in nine games while extending his NFL record to 27 games.
Three of Manning's TD passes came in the first half of the game, the 25th time in his career (and third this season) that he has accomplished that feat.
Through nine games this season, Peyton has thrown for 33 touchdowns, tied with Tom Brady (33, 2007) for the most through nine games.
Peyton also currently hold the NFL's longest active streak of consecutive games with a TD pass (32)
WITTEN SETTING RECORDS
Though he had just two catches against New Orleans on Sunday night, Jason Witten moved up the career receptions chart breaking a tie with Irving Fryar for 19th all-time (853) in NFL History.
Witten has also now caught at least one pass in 80-straight games, second all-time in Cowboys history (Michael Irvin, 117 from 1990-98). Witten's last game without a reception was at the New York Giants on Nov. 2, 2008.
ESPN NFL: Back Surgery for Foster
NFL.com: Justin Hunter's Big 40-yard catch
NewOrleansSaints.com: Greer Named Community Player of the Week
9News: Manning had San Diego defense spellbound
NFL.com: Manning (ankle) to start for Broncos vs. Chiefs
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Steelers' Foster has high-ankle sprain
Rant Sports: Colquitts battle on Sunday Night