|Robert Ayers||DE||Denver||at New England||L, 34-31 OT||1 tackle|
|Eric Berry||DB||Kansas City||vs. San Diego||L, 41-38||Started at SS, 8 tackles, 1 sack-8 yds 3 TFL 1 PD|
|Tyler Bray||QB||Kansas City||vs. San Diego||L, 41-38||Not Active|
|Kevin Burnett||LB||Oakland||vs. Tennessee||L, 23-19||Started at WLB, game-high 11 tackles, 0.5 sack-3.5 yds 1 PD|
|Britton Colquitt||P||Denver||at New England||L, 34-31 OT||8 punts, 40.6 avg. 4 I-20|
|Dustin Colquitt||P||Kansas City||vs. San Diego||L, 41-38||4 punts, 44.5 avg. 1 I-20|
|Morgan Cox||LS||Baltimore||vs. NY Jets||W, 19-3||Snapped on all punts, kicks|
|Arian Foster||RB||Houston||vs. Jacksonville||L, 13-6||Injured Reserve|
|Ramon Foster||OT||Pittsburgh||at Cleveland||W, 27-11||Started at LG|
|Aubrayo Franklin||DT||Indianapolis||at Arizona||L, 40-11||Started at NT, 1 tackle|
|Omar Gaither||LB||Atlanta||vs. New Orleans||L, 17-13||Not Active|
|Jabari Greer||CB||New Orleans||at Atlanta||W, 17-13||Injured Reserve|
|Parys Haralson||LB||New Orleans||at Atlanta||W, 17-13||2 tackles, 0.5 sack- 3 yds|
|Montario Hardesty||RB||Cleveland||Released 9/30|
|Justin Hunter||WR||Tennessee||at Oakland||W, 23-19||Team-high 6 rec. 109 yds 1 TD|
|Malik Jackson||DE||Denver||at New England||L, 34-31 OT||1 tackle|
|Austin Johnson||FB||New Orleans||at Atlanta||W, 17-13||Practice Squad|
|Peyton Manning||QB||Denver||at New England||L, 34-31 OT||Started at QB, 19-36-150-2 TDs|
|Jerod Mayo||LB||New England||vs. Denver||W, 34-31 OT||Injured Reserve|
|Jacques McClendon||OL||Jacksonville||at Houston||W, 13-6||Not Active|
|Tony McDaniel||DE||Seattle||Bye Week|
|Robert Meachem||WR||New Orleans||at Atlanta||W, 17-13||1 rec 18 yds.|
|Marvin Mitchell||LB||Minnesota||at Green Bay||T, 26-26||Started at WLB, 4 tackles|
|Denarius Moore||WR||Oakland||vs. Tennessee||L, 23-19||Not Active|
|Cordarrelle Patterson||WR||Minnesota||at Green Bay||T, 26-26||Team-high 8 rec. 54 yds. 4 KR 126 yds|
|Tauren Poole||RB||Carolina||at Miami||W, 20-16||Practice Squad|
|Mychal Rivera||TE||Oakland||vs. Tennessee||L, 23-19||1 rec. 10 yds. Left game with head injury|
|Chris Scott||OL||Carolina||at Miami||W, 20-16||Not Active|
|Matt Simms||QB||NY Jets||at Baltimore||L, 19-3||Did Not Play|
|Luke Stocker||TE||Tampa Bay||at Detroit||W, 24-21||Injured Reserve|
|Dallas Thomas||OL||Miami||vs. Carolina||L, 20-16||Saw action in a reserve role|
|Scott Wells||C||St. Louis||vs. Chicago||W, 42-21||Started at C|
|Dan Williams||DT||Arizona||vs. Indianapolis||W, 40-11||Started at NT, 2 tackles|
|Jason Witten||TE||Dallas||at NY Giants||W, 24-21||Started at TE, 4 rec. 37 yds, 2 TDs
- In the Cowboys 24-21 victory over the New York Giants, Jason Witten capitalized on two of his four receptions taking them to the house.
- This marks the second time this season that Witten has nabbed two TDs in a game, the other also coming against the Giants in the season opener.
- Witten has recorded multiple TD games just four times in his career, all against NFC East rivals as the previous two were against Philadelphia in 2010 and 2004.
- Witten now has 857 catches in his 11-season NFL career, second most among NFL tight ends, 19th most all-time. He needs four catches next Sunday to pass Muhsin Muhammad for 18th place and six catches to move past Jimmy Smith into 17th place this weekend.
- Justin Hunter began his career with the Titans reeling in two passes in two weeks, both for touchdowns.
- Since then, Hunter has been quiet on the field, and was unsure if he would play last weekend after suffering a concussion in Week 11.
- But Hunter played, and had a breakout game for the Titans helping them past Oakland on the road, 23-19.
- Hunter finished with a team-high six catches for 109 yards including a 54 yard TD