Peyton's comeback; Sherman's mouth; Week 6 injuries

Peyton Manning pulled off the biggest comeback of his storied career on Monday night as the Denver Broncos stormed all the way back from a 24-0 deficit to stun the San Diego Chargers by a score of 35-24 and shake up the AFC West. NFL Network and's Albert Breer reports from San Diego on a shocking second half.

On NFL Network
NFL Replay
will re-air the Baltimore Ravens' 31-29 win over the Dallas  Cowboys in Week 6 on Tuesday, Oct. 16

at 8 p.m. ET.

Here's what else is on tap Tuesday:

» After helping his team upset the New England Patriots and talking trash to Tom Brady, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman called out NFL Network on Sunday, telling reporters "I wish I was going on the NFL Network right now to tell them exactly how I feel" about analysts picking against Seattle. He'll get his chance on today's "NFL AM" beginning at 6 a.m. ET. Also joining the crew to discuss big wins on a busy Tuesday morning will be Dolphins coach Joe Philbin, Falcons coach Mike Smith and Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Ronde Barber.

» The Houston Texans suffered their first loss of the season Sunday night. Find out who took their place at the top of the latest Power Poll. And check back later on Tuesday as Elliot Harrison presents his detailed Power Rankings.

» Will season-ending injures to Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb doom the Baltimore Ravens' efforts to win the Super Bowl? Michael Lombardi has the front-office view.

» DeMarco Murray, Trent Richardson, Brandon Lloyd and Kevin Kolb all are among the walking wounded. Gregg Rosenthal recaps all the injury news you need to know following Week 6 action.

On NFL Network
NFL Replay
will re-air the Seattle Seahawks' 24-23 win over the New England  Patriots in Week 6 on Tuesday, Oct. 16

at 9:30 p.m. ET.

» Daniel Jeremiah compares rookies Russell Wilson and Robert Griffin III in his Quarterback Performance Report.

» Adam Schein explains why Jerry Jones must fire himself as the Dallas Cowboys' general manager.

» With home wins over the Cowboys, Packers and now the Patriots, the Seattle Seahawks and their top-ranked defense have acquired an unmistakable swagger, Bucky Brooks writes.

» Happy birthday to former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kordell Stewart, who turns 40 on Tuesday.

» Stay tuned to NFL Network for the latest news from Tuesday's NFL Fall Meeting in Chicago, where Ian Rapoport reports live.

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