Denver Broncos 13, Chicago Bears 10

The Bears were up 10-0 with four minutes remaining, but against the Broncos, you should know that means nothing. As one of Tebow's guardian angels, Matt Prater booted a 59-yarder to send the game to overtime. Driving within field goal range, the Bears seemed to have the win in the bag. Divine Tebow intervention then forced a Marion Barber fumble, and Matt Prater kicked a 51-yarder to win it. 

San Diego Chargers 37, Buffalo Bills 10

For the second straight week, the Chargers offense opened up. Philip Rivers threw three touchdowns, Ryan Mathews ran for 114 yards, and Antonio Gates scored twice. How's Ryan Fitzpatrick working out as your franchise quarterback, Buffalo?

Arizona Cardinals 21, San Francisco 49ers 19

In a scenario we would have expected last year, the 49ers let a 19-7 lead slip away to John Skelton and the Cardinals. After Kolb left the game early with a head injury, Skelton tossed three touchdowns to three different receivers, but also threw two interceptions. 

Green Bay Packers 46, Oakland Raiders 16

Aaron Rodgers had his worst game of the season, yet Matt Flynn entered in the third quarter as a strategic and merciful act, and the Packers won by 30. As expected, the Packers' defense picked Carson Palmer off four times. Ryan Grant had his best game of the season with two touchdowns, but Greg Jennings left the game with what looked like a serious knee injury.