Aaron Rodgers was once again superb. He was accurate from start to finish as he completed 24-of-29 passes for 285 yards with two TDs and he did not throw an interception.
With former Colt hero Peyton Manning in the house leading the prolific Denver offense, Andrew Luck stole the show.
Tony Romo did not put huge yardage numbers on the board like he did against Denver in Week Five, but he played with confidence.
Terrelle Pryor looked like a legitimate NFL quarterback in the Raiders’ late-night victory over the Chargers as he completed 18-of-23 passes for 221 yards and two touchdowns.
Tom Brady threw for 316 yards as his offensive line gave him sufficient time to complete key third-down throws. Brady threw two TD passes as he led the Pats to the road win that allow them to remain undefeated.
The Bears are rolling in the early going and Jay Cutler has been on top of his game. While he only threw for 159 yards, he made a huge run in the fourth quarter that kept a drive alive.