Published: September 27th, 2011 | Tags: First and 10, Buffalo Bills, Jay Cutler, Joe Namath, Michael Vick, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Rex Ryan, Tony Sparano, Vontaze Burfict
Relive two of Sunday’s most dramatic games as they happened, with NFL Replay Tuesday night on NFL Network. First, watch the emotional upset at Ralph Wilson Stadium, where the Buffalo Bills snapped a 15-game losing streak to the New England Patriots, at 8 p.m. ET. Then, at 9:30 p.m. ET, catch the action from the West Coast, where the surprising Oakland Raiders outran and outhit the New York Jets.
Here’s what else is on tap for Tuesday.
- The Dallas Cowboys couldn’t find the end zone Monday night, but they found a way to beat the Washington Redskins and grab a share of first place in the NFC East. Plus, Steve Wyche on how Tony Romo is writing a new chapter in his legacy.
- Say it ain’t so: Joe Namath takes a shot at Rex Ryan, who fires right back at the legendary former Jets QB.
- The Bills’ upset of the Patriots and Eagles’ rough start have shaken up the NFL landscape. Find out who’s up and who’s down in this week’s NFL.com Power Poll.
- Everyone knows Jay Cutler is taking too much abuse, but another NFC team’s QB was knocked around Sunday as well. Pat Kirwan reveals which one and much more as he wraps up Week 3.
- No player would welcome the pressure of being called the next Ray Lewis, but that’s what some people are calling Arizona State LB Vontaze Burfict. Get NFL.com draft expert Bucky Brooks‘ take in this week’s College Stock Watch.
- Fantasy owners worry about Michael Vick‘s vulnerability to injury. Is it time to trade the Eagles QB while you still can receive value in return? Find out.
- Many people believe coach Tony Sparano‘s job is on the line after the Dolphins started the season 0-3. Find out what Miami’s players think.
- Week 3 was full of exciting comebacks and acrobatic highlights. Check out the best action in this video wrap-up.
- Come up with names for the week’s most exciting plays, and tweet your way into the NFL history books. We’ll pick our favorites, and let users pick the final winner each week.
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