* tie in the nominations, nominee determined randomly
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Sam Bradford, Rams, 7/21, 141 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT, 1 sack for 10 yards, 69.7 rating
Ryan Tannehill, Dolphins, 17/26, 223 yards, 2 sacks for 12 yards, 92.3 rating
Reggie Wayne, Colts, 13 catches, 212 yards, 1 TD
Ray Rice, Ravens, 17 rushes, 3 catches, 118 total yards
Tony Gonzalez, Falcons, 13 catches, 123 yards, 1 TD
Victor Cruz, Giants, 5 catches, 50 yards, 3 TDs
Rashard Mendenhall, Steelers, 14 rushes, 3 catches, 101 total yards, 1 TD, 1 fumble (recovered)
Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks, 21 rushes, 1 catch, 94 total yards
Brandon Marshall, Bears, 12 catches, 144 yards, 1 TD
Percy Harvin, Vikings, 8 catches, 2 rushes, 116 total yards, 2 TDs
Stevan Ridley, Patriots, 28 rushes, 151 yards, 1 TD
Alex Smith, Niners, 18/34, 3 rushes, 352 total yards, 3 TDs, 156.2 rating
Drew Brees, Saints, 29/45, 370 yards, 4 TDs, 1 INT, 3 sacks for 19 yards, 1 fumble (recovered), 110.4 rating
Arian Foster, Texans, 29 rushes, 1 catch, 168 total yards, 1 TD
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Robert Quinn, Rams, 4 tackles (3 for a loss), 2 assists, 3 sacks for 19 yards, 3 quarterback hits, 1 pass defensed, 1 forced fumble
Sean Smith, Dolphins, 6 tackles, 2 assists, 1 pass defensed, 1 forced fumble
Cory Redding, Colts, 3 tackles (2 for a loss), 2 assists, 2 sacks for 12 yards, 2 quarterback hits
Ed Reed, Ravens, 3 tackles, 1 fumble recovery
*Sean Weatherspoon, Falcons, 8 tackles (1 for a loss), 3 assists, 1 sack for 2 yards, 2 quarterback hits
Stevie Brown, Giants, 2 tackles, 1 assist, 1 interception, 1 pass defensed
Lawrence Timmons, Steelers, 8 tackles (2 for a loss), 1 assist, 2 quarterback hits, 1 forced fumble
Brandon Browner, Seahawks, 4 tackles, 2 assists, 1 forced fumble and recovery
Charles Tillman, Bears, 4 tackles, 1 interception returned for a touchdown, 1 pass defensed
Chad Greenway, Vikings, 5 tackles (1 for a loss), 4 assists, 1 pass defensed
Rob Ninkovich, Patriots, 2 tackles, 2 assists, 1 sack for 6 yards, 1 quarterback hit, 2 forced fumbles
*Patrick Willis, Niners, 7 tackles, 1 forced fumble
Roman Harper, Saints, 5 tackles (1 for a loss), 1 assist, 1 interception, 3 passes defensed
JJ Watt, Texans, 4 tackles (1 for a loss), 2 assists, 1 sack for 5 yards, 2 quarterback hits, 3 passes defensed
PLAY OF THE WEEK
*Rams-Cardinals: On the 2nd play from scrimmage, Sam Bradford hits Danny Amendola deep left for 44 yards, setting up the Rams' first TD.
Dolphins-Bengals: Ryan Tannehill hits Brian Hartline deep right for 30 yards.
*Colts-Packers: Andrew Luck hits Reggie Wayne with just 35 seconds on the clock for 4 yards and the game-winning touchdown.
Ravens-Chiefs: Ed Reed recovers an aborted Chief snap at the Raven goal line and brings it out to the Baltimore 12.
*Falcons-Redskins: Billy Cundiff's first field goal sails wide right, keeping the Redskin lead at one score.
Giants-Browns: Stevie Brown intercepts Brandon Weeden in the red zone and returns it 46 yards into Browns territory, setting up the game-tying score.
*Steelers-Eagles: On 3rd and 7th, Ben Roethlisberger hits Antonio Brown for 11 yards, keeping the drive alive and setting up Pittsburgh's second score.
Seahawks-Panthers: Bruce Irvin sacks Cam Newton on the last Panther offensive play, sealing the win for the Seahawks.
Bears-Jaguars: Charles Tillman picks off Blaine Gabbert and takes it 36 yards to the house late in the 3rd.
Vikings-Titans: Christian Ponder hits Percy Harvin deep left for 45 yards, putting the Vikings in the red zone and setting up their first score.
Patriots-Broncos: Facing a 3rd and 17 midway through the 3rd, Danny Woodhead goes over left end for 19 yards, on a drive that led to the third Patriot TD.
*Niners-Bills: On the Niners' first drive of the second half, Alex Smith goes deep right to Vernon Davis for 24 yards
Saints-Chargers: Drew Brees hits Devery Henderson deep right for 40 yards and the Saints' first touchdown, and incidentally breaks some old record (can't remember what ).
Texans-Jets: Brice McCain intercepts Mark Sanchez at the Texan 5-yard line, killing the Jets' best drive thus far and keeping it a two-score game going into halftime.
JAMARCUS RUSSELL DOLT OF THE WEEK
Cardinals offensive line, blocked for under 50 yards rushing, allowed 9 sacks, 2 holding penalties
Andy Dalton, Bengals, 2 interceptions, 3 sacks for 16 yards, 63.5 rating
*Mason Crosby, Packers, missed two field goals, including the game winner at the buzzer
Chief fans, there's no excuse for cheering that a player's gotten hurt, unless it's Michael Vick (and maybe not even then)
Billy Cundiff, Redskins, yet another missed field goal, and this will be his last
Josh Cribbs, Browns, fumbled a kickoff that gave the Giants a short field and led to their go-ahead touchdown
Michael Vick, Eagles, 3 sacks for 27 yards, 3 fumbles (2 lost)
Cam Newton, Panthers, 4 sacks for 33 yards, 41% completion percentage, 1 fumble (recovered), 56.8 rating
Blaine Gabbert, Jaguars, 3 sacks for 13 yards, 2 interceptions (both returned for touchdowns), 1 lost fumble, 37.7 rating
Harrison Smith, Vikings, you don't make contact with an official, not even when it's Jeff Triplette
Willis McGahee, Broncos, 1 lost fumble, 1 drop at the worst possible time
Bills defense, allowed 621 yards, 0 sacks, 1 turnover
Norv Turner, Charger head coach, abandoned the run in the second half, even though the Saints couldn't really stop it
Mark Sanchez, Jets, 45% completion percentage, 3 sacks for 13 yards, 2 interceptions, 2 fumbles (both recovered), 54.5 rating