Eagles 38 Giants 31: Of all the teams to lose in stunning fashion to, of course the Giants had to blow it against their archrivals, the Philadelphia Eagles. With the game tied, Giants punter Matt Dodge punted the ball right into the Eagles' DeSean Jackson, who "fumbled the ball before taking off on one of the greatest plays in NFL history -- a breathtaking 65-yard punt return for the winning touchdown on the final play of the game," as ESPN puts it. Jackson said, "I was thinking he was going to kick it out of bounds. But it got to me. From there, I just used my instincts and my speed to get into the end zone."

Eli Manning had 4 touchdowns and passed for 289 yards and Vick had three touchdowns, passing for 242 yards. Now the Eagles are in first place in the NFC East, with a 10-4 record, and the Giants are second, with a 9-5 record.

Jets 22 Steelers 17: After two consecutive losses and a tripping scandals that embarrassed and even humbled the Jets, Gang Green defeated the Steelers. In the final minutes of the game, reserve cornerback Marquice Cole deflected a pass from Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger meant for Matt Spaeth in the end zone. The Jets also scored a touchdown on the opening touchdown, breaking their 9-quarters-without-a-TD streak.

Nets 89 Hawks 82: NJ's basketball team is now 8-20 after managing to hold onto its lead over the Atlanta Hawks. Devin Harris led the team with 22 points.