Week 7 of the 2010 NFL season is in the books and it was a week of close games and upsets. Cleveland beat defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans in the biggest upset of the day, Oakland thrashed Denver, Washington beat Chicago, the Giants beat the Cowboys knocking Tony Romo out, and Carolina rallied to beat the 49ers and claim their first win of the season. There were seven games decided by three points or less less in the NFL this week, and several other close scrapes for heavily favored teams.
Week 7 NFL Scores
Sunday, Oct. 24
Kansas City 42 – The Chiefs bounce back to dominate the Jaguars after two tough losses in a row.
Tennessee 37 – The Titans offense was tough to stop as they racked up the points against the Eagles.
Baltimore 37 OT – The Ravens win by a field goal in overtime after Buffalo led the whole game.
New Orleans 17 – The Browns pummeled the Saints from the opening kickoff.
Chicago 14 – The Redskins DeAngelo Hall tied the NFL record with four interceptions in the win.
Atlanta 39 – The Falcons outscored the Bengals in a slug fest.
Miami 22 – The Steelers win this game after a controversial TD was disallowed for the Dolphins.
San Francisco 20
Carolina 23 – The Panthers notch their first win of the season.
St. Louis 17
Tampa Bay 18 – The Buccaneers edge the Rams in a nail biter.
Seattle 22 – The Seahawks take care of business at home
New England 23
San Diego 20 – The mistake-prone Chargers give one away to Tom Brady and the Patriots.
Denver 14 – The Raiders demolish the Broncos in another upset today.
Green Bay 28 – Aaron Rodgers and the Packers hold on for the win over the Vikings at Lambeau Field.
Monday Oct. 25
New York Giants 41
Dallas Cowboys 35
The Kansas City Chiefs get back on track this week with a win after two straight losses, and looked impressive in manhandling the Jaguars. The Titan offense exploded again this week even without Vince Young as Kerry Collins threw for three TD passes and added to the QB controversy for Jeff Fisher. The Titans also scored a team record 27 points in the fourth quarter of this game. Kenny Brit had seven receptions and 225 yards in a breakout performance. DeAngelo Hall of the Redskins also deserves a shout out as he tied the NFL record for interceptions in a game today with four, and the last one was returned for a TD and was the difference in the game. Game ball to DeAngelo please.