Take a look at each in-depth breakdown and then vote for your favorite nuttiest play of Week 10 at the bottom of the right column.
Falcons' fourth-down fail
The situation: Nearly five minutes into overtime, the Falcons have the ball at their own 29-yard line and face a fourth-and-1.
Things got a bit nutty when ... The Falcons' powerhouse running back Michael Turner is stuffed by the Saints' defense for no gain, allowing New Orleans to attain adequate field position to close out the crucial NFC South victory. John Kasay's 26-yard winning field goal meant that the Falcons' gutsy, ill-fated fourth-down call would cost the team the game.
Things got a bit nutty when ...Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick completes a touchdown pass to receiver David Nelson. Nelson, a native Texan and longtime boyfriend of fourth-year Cowboys cheerleader Kelsi Reich, raced down the sidelines to reach his pompon-holding damsel. The two embraced and Reich was presented with the ball.
Browns bungle field-goal attempt
Things got a bit nutty when ... The kick of Phil Dawson -- who was successful on all four of his prior field-goal attempts in this game -- sailed woefully wide left after a bounced snap from Ryan Pontbriand. The long snapper accidentally hiked the ball off the right foot of Alex Mack, normally a center but lined up at left guard for the field-goal attempt. The ball skipped to holder Brad Maynard, who managed to get the ball down for the kick, but the timing was thrown off to the point where the normally reliable Dawson missed the chip shot.
Lynch gets tripped up
Things got a bit nutty when ...Seahawks QB Tarvaris Jackson throws a short pass to his left to Marshawn Lynch, who goes four yards before being pushed out of bounds. Lynch's path back to the Seahawks' huddle becomes treacherous, with the running back tripping over camera wires and falling down on the field.
The situation: Down 10-0 with 3:23 left in the second quarter, the Chiefs face a first-and-10 from their own 29-yard line.
Things got a bit nutty when ...Chiefs QB Matt Cassel throws deep for rookie receiver Jon Baldwin, who -- with the aid of Broncos safety Brian Dawkins' back -- makes an amazing catch for what appears to be a 58-yard gain and a potential game-changing momentum switch in KC's favor. Instead, the play is nullified because wide receiver Steve Breaston had lined up illegally.