Another week of NFL goodness has come and gone and all we're left with is the tattered remnants of our fantasy football leagues.
Or maybe you're gloating over your victory. Either way, this piece celebrates the good, the bad, and the ridiculous. Not all of these awards are coveted, but they still must be handed out.
So let's take a look at the week that was.
At the end of the Bengals/Panthers game, Leon Hall absolutely CRUSHED Jimmy Clausen.
You can watch it here: http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2010092601/2010/REG3/bengals@panthers/recap#tab:watch
Good hit, my man, good hit.
You'd think Chris Johnson or Adrian Peterson would've been a candidate for this award, and they were, but Hillis' 144-yard steam train versus the Ravens defense earns top honors in my book.
The Ravens defense just doesn't allow performances like that every week and Hillis left an imprint of his helmet on more than one defender's jersey.
Kyle Orton throws for 455 yards and he still loses the game. That's just not fair, so we're giving him an award.
I'm sure that will make him feel better.
Andy Reid stuck his neck out this week starting Vick over Kevin Kolb. Now Reid is a genius and Kevin Kolb probably is phoning a real estate agent this week.
Mike Goodson didn't just fumble the ball, he booted it 10 yards downfield with his knee. Now that's a turnover with some style points to it.
Sebastian Janikowski had a rough day with three missed field goals, including a potential game-winner from 38 yards.
His other two misses were from 48 and 51 yards, so that's not something to get too upset about, but the 38-yarder? Yeah, that hurt.
Charlie Batch channeled his inner Super Star to have a great game, including two long touchdown passes to Mike Wallace.
The Bucs defense had to keep saying to themselves, "Who IS that guy wearing a Charlie Batch jersey?"
When you return two kickoffs for touchdowns of 101 and 99 yards in a game, Joshua Cribbs is getting jealous.
Nice work by the Seahawks special teams unit.
Not only did the Redskins lose to the St. Louis Rams, they apparently handed in an inaccurate list of inactives, and missed a deadline to swap out players.
Last time I checked, these deadlines don't change from week-to-week, and you'd think the list would've at least been given a look to make sure it was the most recent.
Maybe that's just me.
Peyton threw for 325 yards and three touchdowns.
Congratulations, Peyton, you won your first Manning Award of the year, and it's only Week 3!