With more protests and demonstrations in Week 3 than any other week in NFL history, ratings for CBS' NFL coverage were up, and overall ratings for the week were expected to see an increase.
Here are the winners and losers from Week 3 in the NFL, including the Philadelphia Eagles' claim as perhaps the best team in the NFC East.
The Bengals put out a statement on national anthem protests, and unlike other team statements it did not denounce President Donald Trump's comments.
Von Miller joked around with Tyrod Taylor, and with each player laughing, an official gave Miller a 15-yard penalty.
It appeared Golden Tate scored the game-winning touchdown late against the Atlanta Falcons, but a controversial call reversed it and the Lions lost.
LeSean McCoy of the Buffalo Bills had an unusual reaction to the national anthem on Sunday: He continued to stretch like nothing was going on.
According to a report, at a team meeting on Saturday night the Buffalo Bills will discuss President Donald Trump's comments from a rally Friday night.
Mark Roberts, who has streaked at 561 events, has a good reason for not running on the field for Sunday's game between the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars.
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott apologized for not running after an interception against the Broncos, saying he was frustrated.
Casual fans might not recognize Marshal Yanda because he plays a position that doesn't get much attention, but he's a great player. And now he's done for the season.
DeMaurice Smith will be NFLPA chief into 2021, as his new terms was unanimously approved by the union's selection committee.
For the Tampa Bay Buccaneers-New York Giants game on Oct. 1, Fox is having twin brothers Ronde and Tiki Barber do the color commentary.
Former Chicago Bears cornerback Charles "Peanut" Tillman is training to enter the FBI according to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune.
Here's something nobody would have predicted in mid-September of 2017: Robert Griffin and Santana Moss beefing over the firing of Mike Shanahan four years ago.