Giants 29, Eagles 16: Well, it certainly wasn't supposed to end up like this. After the off-season moves by the Eagles, and the lack of them by the Giants, a win on the road by the Giants wasn't expected. Eli Manning managed to pass for four touchdowns with no interceptions (!!!). The Giants also forced the Eagles into three turnovers, with an interception off Michael Vick and two more off his backup, Mike Kafka. Vick left the game after breaking his hand in the 4th quarter.

Raiders 34, Jets 24: No hot dog eating for Mark Sanchez on this trip to Oakland. The Raiders pounded New York on the ground for 234 yards with Darren McFadden running 19 times for 171 yards and two TDs. While Sanchez threw for a career-high 369 yards and two touchdowns, he also threw a first-half interception in the end zone and was sacked four times in the 2nd half.

Yankees 6, Red Sox 2 (game 1): A.J. Burnett pitched a strong 7 2/3 innings in New York's win over Boston. The Yankees scored two runs in the 1st and 3rd innings and never looked back, cruising to the win against Tim Wakefield. While the Yankees already clinched the AL East, they didn't do Boston any favors in the Wild Card race. With the loss in the first game, the Sox were 5-18 in September. The big news was that the win was Burnett's first against the Sox since joining the Yankees. Perhaps he can get win #2 in the playoffs...if the Red Sox can hold onto that Wild Card spot.

Red Sox 7, Yankees 4 (game 2, 14 innings): Ivan Nova was looking for his 17th win of the season, but the rookie will have to settle for 16 regular season wins. The Rookie of the Year candidate was well out of the game when this one was decided in the 14th. The two teams were scoreless during innings 8-13, but Boston got three off Scott Proctor in the 14th to win the game.

Phillies 9, Mets 4: the Mets were unable to get on the board Sunday until after Roy Halladay left the game. Unfortunately, at that point New York was already down nine runs. In his final start of the season, Mike Pelfrey left after three innings, allowing nine runs. Big Pelf finishes the season 7-13.