The NFL returned to London on Sept. 28, and the members of Def Leppard were on hand to amp up the action -- minus guitarist Vivian Campbell, whose latest round of cancer treatment forced the band to seek sub-in help from Trixter's Steve Brown.
A previously unbeaten team lost, and a formerly winless team tasted victory for the first time this season during the thrilling NFL action on Sunday. Here are the most interesting things we learned in Week 4:
So, if you're anything like me you gave up on the Cowboys in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Rams. It was 21-0 and the Rams looked like they were the boss! I thought it was going to be another one of those crazy turnover-ridden Cowboy games that frustrates fans and makes us want to drown our sorrows in more chicken wings and beer, but the Cowboys got it together and tied a record for the biggest comeback in team history.
Amidst growing public pressure, the Minnesota Vikings have changed course and deactivated Adrian Peterson, placing him on the exempt/commissioner's permission list and making him unavailable for the foreseeable future.
After a week filled with off-the-field controversies, the NFL focused on football on Sunday. Upsets, injuries and amazing comebacks became the biggest storylines of Week 2. Here's a recap of this week's action:
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