Week 3 is in the books. The season is flying already. Before you know it, we'll be watching the Super Bowl and wondering where the season went.
Anyway, it's time for our weekly look at what the rest of the NFL Blogs around SB Nation are discussing this week.
Here's the rundown:
My Final Thoughts on the Replacement Refs - Pats Pulpit
I've had a little while to cool off now following last night's loss to the Baltimore Ravens, a game that has been widely panned as the worst officiated game in the history of the league.
Roster Moves - Gang Green Nation
I have decided to name today The Day The Music Died. The music, of course, is the sweet, sweet sound of a cool breeze on Revis Island, devoid of any wide receiver activity
Buffalo Bills Release Brian Moorman, Re-Sign Shawn Powell - Buffalo Rumblings
The Buffalo Bills have announced that they've released veteran punter Brian Moorman and re-signed undrafted rookie free agent Shawn Powell to replace him.
FCC Will Not Punish NBC For Airing Ravens Fans' Chant - Baltimore Beat Down
A TMZ exclusive says that the FCC will not fine NBC for airing a manure-reference chant by fans at the Baltimore Ravens- New England Patriots game Sunday night.
It's A Good Time For A Steelers Bye Week - Behind the Steel Curtain
An early bye week could help the banged-up Steelers get a few starters back.
The Jay Gruden "Potential NFL Head Coach Candidate In 2013" Chatter Gaining Momentum - Cincy Jungle
The Jay Gruden becoming head coach chatter picking up.
Dawg Cast: Baltimore Week - Dawgs By Nature
Dawgs By Nature sits down with Brian Malon, also known as Mr. Malor, from Baltimore Beatdown. We talk about the Browns and the Ravens, plus we talk about the replacement refs, all right here on the Dawg Cast.
BREAKING: Brett Hartmann Suspended For An Additional Eight Games - Battle Red Blog
Texans punter Brett Hartmann suspended another 8 games.
Michael Griffin and the Invisible Football - Music City Miracles
Michael Griffin makes intercepting an invisible football look easy.
Fred Taylor to be inducted into 'Pride Of The Jaguars' - Big Cat Country
The Jacksonville Jaguars will be placing running back Fred Taylor in their Pride Of The Jaguars on Sunday when the team takes on the Cincinnati Bengals. Let's look back at Taylor's great career with the Jaguars.
Tough Game For Colts, But Andrew Luck Is A True Leader - Stampede Blue
Luck himself wasn't perfect. He misfired on a few throws, but he ended the day with 313 yards through the air and two scores, plus he added 50 yards on the ground on four carries.
NFL Fines A Pair Of Broncos Coaches - Mile High Report
The Broncos received some fines today but this time it was not to the players. Find out which Broncos coaches were hit hard by the league.
San Diego Chargers' Silver Lining: Ryan Mathews - Bolts From The Blue
The silver lining to the Chargers loss to the Falcons is that Ryan Mathews is back, healthy and getting better.
Darrius Heyward-Bey back at home, expected to make full recovery - Silver And Black Pride
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey left Sunday's 34-31 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on a stretcher. Heyward-Bey has been released from the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.
Dexter McCluster Injury: Who Replaces Him? - Arrowhead Pride
Steve Breaston and Jon Baldwin are your candidates.
New York Giants (via Big Blue View)
Giants' injury updates: HSS is a busy place - Big Blue View
Several New York Giants did not practice Monday as the team got back to work in preparation for Sunday night's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. From various reports, Ahmad Bradshaw (neck),...
Reid on Vick: "We'll Evaluate As We Go" - Bleeding Green Nation
Andy Reid offered a tepid endorsement of his QB at his day after press conference
Dallas Cowboys Face A Doug Free Problem - Blogging The Boys
The Dallas Cowboys won, but there were some ugly performances for them. The ugliest may have been that of offensive right tackle Doug Free.
Redskins Coaches Never Prepared Defense for Mohamed Sanu as QB - Hogs Haven
Mohamed Sanu was a wildcat QB for Rutgers who had 4 passing TDs. How did the Redskins staff miss that?
Seahawks vs. Packers: breaking down Golden Tate's Hail Mary 'catch' - SBNation.com
The refs in the Packers-Seahawks game blew the final play of the game. But that's a good thing! Here's why.
Matthew Stafford Has Hamstring Injury, According To Report - Pride Of Detroit
Matthew Stafford reportedly has a hamstring injury and is expected to be okay.
The Chicago Bears Defense Can Dominate In 2012 - Windy City Gridiron
The young Chicago Bears defenders are pushing the Monsters of the Midway back to the elite status.
Right Where We Thought They Would Be - Daily Norseman
We take one last look back at the Minnesota Vikings' shocking 24-13 defeat of San Francisco in Week 3 of NFL action.
Saints Defense Currently Third Worst...Ever...in NFL History - Canal Street Chronicles
Third worst start in modern NFL history. Can you guess the top two teams?
Matt Ryan Looks Like An MVP Candidate - The Falcoholic
The Falcons are 3-0 to start the year for the first time since 2004, and they have Matt Ryan in large part to thank of course. In his fifth pro season, Ryan has thrown for 793 yards, eight touchdowns...
Mind over matter: Cam Newton attempts to get his head straight - Cat Scratch Reader
An early morning report Sunday from ESPN's Chris Mortensen said that Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton was seeing a 'mind coach' in an attempt to correct his attitude, and demeanor on Sundays. Despite...
Josh Freeman Will Get Another Year To Prove Himself - Bucs Nation
We look through every aspect of Josh Freeman's game, explain the problems and look for solutions. Will the fourth-year quarterback be able to fix his mistakes or is it time to move on? Find out here!
Randy Moss inspired by York family - Niners Nation
We take a look at some of the 49ers charity work in Ohio during the players off day.
Kevin Kolb Showing Cardinals Fans His True Leadership Skills And Winning All The While - Revenge of the Birds
Maybe Kevin Kolb won't be such a disappointment after all.
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
A Catch, A Ref, The Def: Seahawks Win Over Packers Marks Historic Moment For 2012 Season - Field Gulls
Golden Tate's "catch" will forever go down in NFL infamy, but there was so much more to this game to remember.
Don't panic: The Rams secondary will keep them in games - Turf Show Times
The Rams find themselves at 1-2 on the season. Panic? I think not! The Rams Defense, specifically the secondary, are going to keep them in games!