Lions, Packers, and Bills oh my! What a day of NFL action. Week 3 produced more drama than an episode of Little House on the Prairie! Sure the Packers are the defending Super Bowl camps, but the Bills… AND the Lions!! Common. Buffalo ends a 15 game losing streak and Detroit ends a 13 game losing streak in Minnesota. Sure they needed over-time, but they got it done.

Michael Vick is frustrated and believes he sees a double standard on late hits to QBs. Vick feels he does not get the 15-yard late hit penalties that other QBs get. Mind you, he’s not complaining he is just “thought he would let everyone know.” After receiving a contusion on his right hand — not a fracture as originally believed — Vick took to the podium to “let everyone know” that he was being mistreated.

MRI Monday has some big names on the list with some big time implications for their teams: Titans wide-out Kenny Britt has gone down with a torn ACL, Texans LB, Mario Williams has his own knee injury, Buccaneers FS, Cody Grimm has his second season ending injury in two years, Jets CB, Antonio Cromarti has a rib injury, Niners RB, Frank Gore is dealing with an ankle injury, and finally Colts QB, Peyton Manning has been virtually declared out for the season by his owner.

In a new Monday segment, Awesomeness and Anti-Awesomeness highlights Raiders RB, Darren McFadden– 171 yards rushing 2 TDs vs the Jets D. Wes Welker can’t even be contained in his effort against the Bills where he reeled in 16 balls for 217 yards and 2 TDs. In the Anti-awesomeness department the Falcons and Bears offensive lines have been offensive. Allowing 14 sacks through first three weeks. The Vikings blowing double digit leads on three consecutive weeks. And finally, the guys wonder what has happened to Chris Johnson in Tennessee.