Thanks to those strong performances, each player is up for Castrol EDGE Clutch Performer of the Week honors. Here's a deeper look at the significance of those conquests:
Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks
Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers
Power of the moment: Allen elevated to make a tough 26-yard catch on a pass from quarterback Philip Rivers in the third quarter.
Aaron Jones, Green Bay Packers
Power of the moment: The rookie running back, who was overcoming a knee injury that nearly kept him out of Sunday's game, scored on a 20-yard run in overtime on his first touch to lift the Packers to a comeback victory. Jones went into full Superman mode as he dove between defenders to cap off the win.
Eric Weddle, Baltimore Ravens
Power of the moment: The veteran safety was a foot in bounds shy of an acrobatic interception early, forced a turnover when he strip-sacked Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, and then capped his afternoon (and Baltimore's defensive clamp-down) with a 45-yard pick-six of Stafford replacement Jake Rudock.
Robbie Gould, San Francisco 49ers
Strong stats to consider:
» Gould completed five field goals on five attempts, including a 24-yard game winner against his former team, the Chicago Bears.
Power of the moment: Gould banged home five field goals, accounting for all 15 of the 49ers' points. In his 83rd game at Soldier Field, it was his first tilt in Chicago with five made field goals, per CBS.