1. Revivals Two of the league's most maligned quarterbacks had good games. The Bucs' Trent Dilfer bounced back from his benching the previous week to throw for 227 yards and three touchdowns in a win over the Saints, and Kordell Stewart led the Steelers to scores on their first three drives to beat the 49ers. Stewart hasn't thrown an interception during Pittsburgh's three-game winning streak.
2. Trouble in Titletown The Packers have lost two in a row at Lambeau Field for the first time since 1991, and Green Bay fans are starting to wonder if letting coach Mike Holmgren leave was such a good idea. In the last four games Brett Favre has completed just 50% of his passes and has been intercepted nine times. "I have to be realistic and say this team is not as good as I thought it was," Packers general manager Ron Wolf said after a 14-13 loss to the Bears.
3. Sign of the Times As bad as Ryan Leaf's play and behavior have been, the sad truth is the Chargers could hardly do worse with a healthy Leaf under center. Jim Harbaugh and Erik Kramer have combined for 18 interceptions in eight games, which is three more than Leaf threw during his 10-game train wreck of a rookie season, and during one stretch this year the team went almost 13 quarters without an offensive score.