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Quarterback/wide receiver, Atlanta FalconsWith the Falcons staring at their first loss of the season, Ryan and White worked their magic. Trailing by one in the final minute, the duo connected on a 59-yard pass from their own 1-yard line. Four plays later, Matt Bryant kicked a 40-yard field goal to give Atlanta a 30-28 victory over the Panthers. Ryan passed for 369 yards and three touchdowns. White had eight catches for 169 yards and a pair of scores.
Quarterback, Denver BroncosVintage Manning? Pretty close. Manning enjoyed his most efficient game as a Bronco, completing 30 of 38 passes for 338 yards and three TDs in Denver's 37-6 rout of the Raiders. Seven different Denver receivers caught at least two passes.
Quarterback, New Orleans SaintsNot even Brees' best game of the season could get the Saints their first victory. Brees was 35-of-54 for 446 yards and three TDs in New Orleans' 28-27 loss at Green Bay.
Quarterback, Green Bay PackersRodgers also put up stellar numbers Sunday, completing 31 of 41 passes for 319 yards and four TDs. His 11-yard scoring strike to Jordy Nelson gave Green Bay the lead for good with seven minutes remaining.
Defensive end, Houston TexansHas there been a better defensive player through the first four weeks of this season? Probably not. Watt continued his dominant play Sunday, registering two sacks, a fumble recovery and three tackles for a loss in Houston's 38-14 victory over the Titans.
Wide receiver, Miami DolphinsWho says the Dolphins lack legit receivers? Hartline had a career game in Miami's 24-21 overtime loss to Arizona, catching 12 passes for 253 yards and a TD.
Quarterback, N.Y. JetsThe heat is already on Sanchez, and Sunday's performance won't help his cause. Against the 49ers' tough D, Sanchez and the Jets' offense were unable to take flight. Sanchez passed for just 103 yards, threw an interception, lost a fumble and was sacked three times in New York's 34-0 loss.
Quarterback, Seattle SeahawksWilson completed a solid percentage (17-of-25) but threw three inteceptions in the Seahawks' 19-13 loss at St. Louis. Seattle's final shot at victory ended when Wilson was picked off by Bradley Fletcher at the Rams' 25 with a minute to go.