AFC East Player of the Week: Patriots CB Asante Samuel
Samuel had two key INTs and had one of them returned for a TD to help the Patriots beat the Eagles on Sunday night.
AFC North Player of the Week: Browns TE Kellen Winslow Jr.
The tight end had 10 catches for 107 yards and a TD as the Browns beat the Texans.
AFC South Player of the Week: Jaguars RB Fred Taylor
Taylor ran for 104 yards and a TD to help the Jags beat the Bills 36-14.
AFC West Player of the Week: Raiders RB Justin Fargas
Fargas ran for 139 yards and one TD on 22 carries to help Oakland upset the Chiefs 20-17.
NFC East Player of the Week: Eagles QB A.J. Feeley
Feeley's team may have lost to the Patriots but he was very impressive in going 27-42 for 345 yards and 3 TDs. He was very accurate and confident.
NFC North Player of the Week: Bears CB and PR Devin Hester
Hester had two TD returns to help the Bears beat the Broncos 37-34.
NFC South Player of the Week: Saints QB Drew Brees
Brees was 24-36 for 260 yards and added 3 TDS to help New Orleans stay in the hunt for the playoffs by beating Carolina 31-6.
NFC West Player of the Week: 49ers LB Patrick Willis
Willis had about 18 tackles and chased down Arizona's TE Sean Morey in overtime or the game would have been over.
Goat of the Week: Giants QB Eli Manning
Manning threw 4 INTs and had two of them picked off for TDs. A watch company has Manning as its spokesman and the slogan on the commercial and print ads say "Unstoppable." The watch company looks pretty stupid right now.
Upset of the Week: Vikings 41-17 over Giants
No one expected the Vikings to win in New York without star rookie RB Adrian Petersen.