Justin Tuck had three sacks and was phenomenal in containment outside and against the run.
Donald Brown had 68 yards on 17 carries, but 36 of those yards came on one good run. Brown was his usual ineffective self for most of the night.
Ryan Fitzpatrick: 21/34, 316 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions.
For the second week in a row, the Bills won and Lee Evans caught just two passes. (Not trying to suggest there’s a correlation between the two.) Steve Johnson has become Buffalo’s No. 1 wideout. He had eight catches for 137 yards and three scores against the Bengals.
Jahvid Best, who is battling a bad foot, had just two yards on three carries. Or maybe it was three yards on two carries. Anyway, he was a non-factor.
Dez Bryant averaged minus-two yards per catch on all of his non-touchdown receptions Sunday.
Before leaving with a re-aggravated groin injury, Clinton Portis looked fresh on five carries (32 yards).
It came predominantly in garbage time, but Derek Anderson was 25/46 for 295 yards and a touchdown. And Matt Cassel, who raised the bar for garbage time excellence last week, was a sturdy 15/24 for 193 yards and two touchdowns.
Sidney Rice’s debut: three catches, 56 yards.
Clay Matthews added another sack to his records (league-high 11.5 on the season). He also had two tackles for a loss and two hits on the quarterback.
LaDainian Tomlinson still looks fresh. He only managed 36 yards on 12 carries, but he turned in 71 yards on seven receptions.
Joel Dreessen could wind up keeping the starting tight end job even once Owen Daniels is healthy. Dreessen, who is a slightly better blocker than Daniels, caught four passes for 106 yards and a touchdown.
Pittsburgh held Oakland to 61 yards rushing, which is par for the course for the Steelers this season.
James Harrison had two sacks, two tackles for a loss and two hits on the quarterback (one of which drew a ridiculous roughing the passer flag)…and those numbers still don’t describe the depth of his impact Sunday.
Ray Lewis got his 30th career interception (and took it to the house).
Peyton Hillis was held to 48 yards on 21 carries, though he produced 95 yards on six receptions.
The Jaguars sacked Colt McCoy six times. Six sacks used to be a half-season for Jacksonville.
Mike Williams, barely 48 hours removed from a DUI arrest, caught all three passes thrown his way. Williams finished with 54 yards and a touchdown.
Patrick Willis stamped his ticket to Hawaii: two sacks, two tackles for a loss, two QB hits and a team-high 13 tackles.For more NFL news, rumors and analysis, follow @cbssportsnfl on Twitter and subscribe to our RSS Feed .