Week 7 featured some key divisional matchups, where teams like the Dallas Cowboys, Indianapolis Colts and Minnesota Vikings all made major statements this week.
Here's what happened in Week 7:
The Great Chase
Arizona Cardinals backup running back Chase Edmonds torched the Giants at a wet MetLife Stadium, rushing for 126 yards and three touchdowns en route to a 27-21 road victory and the Cardinals' third straight win of the season.
Jacoby Brissett threw for 326 yards and four touchdowns while the Colts defense picked off Deshaun Watson twice in a 30-23 victory to take the top spot in the AFC South.
Kirk & Cook
The Minnesota Vikings offense is still clicking as Kirk Cousins threw for 337 yards and four touchdowns while Dalvin Cook rushed for 142 yards and two touchdowns in a 42-30 road win over the Detroit Lions.
Aaron Rodgers reminded everyone of his greatness as he completely dominated the Oakland Raiders defense, completing 25 of 31 pass attempts for 429 yards and five touchdown passes in a 42-24 victory to improve Green Bay to 6-1.
Sack 'N Slide
The wet weather wasn't enough to slow down the San Francisco 49ers defense, which sacked Washington Redskins quarterback Case Keenum three times as they eeked out an ugly 9-0 road win over the Redskins to remain undefeated.
Bengals Bungle Another
The Cincinnati Bengals' woes continued as Andy Dalton threw three interceptions and the Jacksonville Jaguars scored 18 points in the fourth quarter in a 27-17 loss.
The Atlanta Falcons' disastrous 2019 season continued, this time in a 37-10 shellacking from the Los Angeles Rams, which included running back Devonta Freeman being ejected for punching Aaron Donald. Falcons QB Matt Ryan was also forced to leave the game with an ankle injury as the team drops to 1-6.
Buffalo Buries Miami
The Miami Dolphins remained winless as they punctuated this loss with a failed onside kick attempt that was returned by the Buffalo Bills for a touchdown. The Bills now improve to 5-1 as they keep pace in the AFC East.
Nightmare from Mel
Melvin Gordon's return from his holdout has been nothing but disappointing and this week he cost the Chargers the game, fumbling the ball twice, including a goal-line carry at the end of the game that would have won it for Los Angeles, but instead gave the Tennessee Titans the 23-20 victory.
With the Baltimore Ravens and Seattle Seahawks tied at 13 in the third quarter, Ravens QB Lamar Jackson convinced his head coach to go for it on a fourth-and-2 from the Seattle 8-yard line. Jackson rushed for the first down and more, scoring on the play and leading the Ravens to a 30-16 road win in Seattle — not an easy task.
Saints Bear Down
The New Orleans Saints were without Alvin Kamara and Jared Cook against a staunch Bears defense on the road, but that did not matter. Latavius Murray rushed for 119 yards and two touchdowns and Teddy Bridgewater threw for two more in a 36-25 victory that wasn't even as close as the score makes it out to be.
Cowboys Silence Eagles
After Eagles head coach Doug Pederson guaranteed victory earlier this week, the Cowboys came out swinging. The Dallas defense forced four turnovers, and Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown in a 37-10 rout of the Eagles to take control of the NFC East.