Sunday's games so far have been full of surprises, namely upsets in St. Louis and Arizona.
The highlight of the day has been blocked punts, puzzling passes and a missed field goal that seemed to only justify an apparent curse on a Carolina team that can't get a win.
From inept decisions to physical meltdowns, here are today's biggest bonehead plays.
Detroit Lions receiver Titus Young got himself an easy touchdown today against Denver.
He didn't exactly earn it, but he'll take it nonetheless.
Young ran a skinny post from the Denver 40-yard line against zone-coverage.
It turned out to be zone-non-coverage.
Three Denver defensive backs collapsed outside and down towards the underneath receiver in the route. Why, is beyond everyone's imagination.
But, the mistake by Denver's defense left Titus Young as the only player in the deep half of the field. Young literally turned around and stood, waiting for the ball to land into his hands in the endzone, adding insult to injury.
Things got testy between Vikings receiver Percy Harvin and Panthers defensive back Captain Munnerlyn today in Charlotte.
Munnerlyn had already gotten under Harvin's skin with a strip and steal, and obviously the two built up a bit of a grudge.
That grudge turned into a major sideline meltdown when, following a play, Harvin somehow ended up all the way off the field and standing at the Panther's bench.
Harvin was seen getting in a physical confrontation with Panthers players.
Multiple players and coaches had to pull Harvin out of the pack.
Getting a little heated during battle is okay, but actions like the one Harvin tried to pull should not be tolerated and should warrant ejections.
Nobody would have guessed the Saints would have lost to a winless Rams team today, but that's exactly what happened thanks to an off day for Drew Brees.
Brees threw two interceptions in the contest, but it was returned for a touchdown that put the game out of reach.
With the Rams leading 24-14, the Rams' Darian Stewart ran in front of a Brees pass and returned it for a touchdown to essentially ice the game.
The game fell apart for the Saints late in the second quarter when Robert Quinn busted past the Saints special teams protection to block a punt, giving the Rams fantastic field position.
Sometimes blocked punts are a credit to the pressure, but that's not quite the case when every rusher is initially accounted for.
Quinn was actually blocked, seemingly, when the play began, but the Saints blocker completely failed to apply a good hit, letting Quinn straight to through the punter's weak side.
If you thought the previous blocked punt was bad, think again.
The above photo is evidence of just how non-existent the Colts front line was while attempting to block for Pat McAfee against the Titans today.
The resulting block and touchdown can be credited to the insane penetration the Titans were apparently handed, as well as the puzzling fact that McAfee took several steps forward to get the ball away.
Most punters, when backed up in their own end zone with a short snap, are more stationary. McAfee obviously was way too confident that his protection would hold true.
He was so very wrong.
By far the biggest dud of the day was the attempted field goal at the end of the game between Carolina and Minnesota.
The Panthers offense, led by Cam Newton, drove down inside the Vikings five-yard line, trailing 24-21.
Carolina could not get in the endzone and confidently walked their veteran kicker onto the field.
Overtime was basically a guarantee.
But Mare pulled the kick, missing wide left.
The missed field goal served as a microcosm of how the Panthers season has gone so far this year.
Despite being mightily competitive, wins have eluded Carolina.