The New York Giants ran away from Tampa Bay, 24-0, yesterday, posting their first shutout on the road since they beat the Eagles, 23-0, on Nov. 20, 1983 - Marion Campbell's first year as head coach.
New York had not shut out anyone since a 36-0 home victory over Washington in October 2005.
'Skins in shame. How bitter were the Washington Redskins after losing by 19-14 to Detroit? It was the Lions' first win since Dec. 23, 2007 - a string of 19 losses.
"No question, yeah, we've got some problems," Washington free safety LaRon Landry said.
"You either want it or you don't. A lot of these guys don't want it," Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall said. "They want the other stuff."
No relation. The New England Moss, that's Randy, had 10 catches for 116 yards in a 26-10 win over Atlanta.
The Washington Moss, that's Santana, had 10 catches for 178 yards and a touchdown in the embarrassing loss to Detroit.
Who's hot. The New York Jets are off to a 3-0 start for just the fourth time in franchise history after the 24-17 win over Tennessee.
Baltimore is 3-0 for only the second time in franchise history, thanks to an offense that is averaging 34 points.
Correll Buckhalter rushed for 108 yards in Denver's 23-3 win over Oakland to help the Broncos to a 3-0 start.
Who's not. Tampa Bay has lost seven straight, including an 0-4 December that cost the Bucs a playoff berth last season and cost Jon Gruden his job.
The Miami Dolphins are 0-3 for the third time in six seasons and lost quarterback Chad Pennington to an unspecified shoulder injury.