Joe Flacco threw five touchdown passes last Sunday faster than any quarterback in modern NFL history. Against a talented, but disorganized Tampa Bay defense, Flacco showed that the Ravens' offense is set to flourish under coordinator Gary Kubiak, and that Torrey Smith is still in existence. It was good enough to earn him the AFC Offensive Player of the Week award for Week 6.
On the NFC side, Cowboys stalwart left tackle Tyron Smith earned the nod after keeping Tony Romo clean in a big win over the Seahawks and paving the way for DeMarco Murray to rush for 115 yards and a score. Smith became the first offensive lineman to receive the honor since Brian Waters won it while playing for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2004.
Here are the other award winners for Week 6: