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J.J. Watt didn't fill up the stat sheet Sunday, but the three-time defensive player of the year did enough to get the job done as the Texans held off the Chiefs for a 31-24 victory on the road. 

The Browns couldn't pull off the win at home over the surging Seahawks, but linebacker Joe Schobert continued to make an impact as Cleveland fell to Seattle 32-28. 

It wasn't enough to help the winless Bengals pick up their first victory of the season, but a week after leaving the game following a hard hit, wide receiver Alex Erickson turned in one of his strongest performances of the season as Cincinnati fell to the Ravens 23-17 in Baltimore. 

As the Patriots continue their winning ways, New England running back James White continues to be a far greater threat catching the ball than rushing it. 

Playing in his second game since ending a holdout that cost him the first four games of the season, Chargers running back Melvin Gordon still looked like he was shaking off a bit of rust as Los Angeles fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers 24-17 at home.

The contributions made by offensive lineman don't always show up in the stat sheet, but the work of Saints right tackle Ryan Ramczyk hasn't gone unnoticed.