WEEK 7: WHAT THE PLAYERS ARE SAYING
Andrew Luck continued to impress Sunday, running for a pair of touchdowns in the Colts' victory against Cleveland.
But Indianapolis' rookie quarterback said the best news he received all day was learning that head coach Chuck Pagano had been released from the hospital where he was being treated for leukemia.
"I was more thrilled with that than anything," Luck told the Indianapolis Star.
Here's a roundup of the other hot topics of conversation around the league from Sunday's games.
If Ben Roethlisberger has a problem with offensive coordinator Todd Haley Steelers coach Mike Tomlin says he isn't aware of it. (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
A woman credits the pink apparel worn by the Jets during Breast Cancer Awareness month with saving her life. (Parenting)
Soft-spoken Andre Johnson gave his Texans teammates a rare pep talk during Sunday's victory against Baltimore. (Houston Chronicle)
Jets rookie Stephen Hill admits he had a "crucial drop" in New York's overtime loss to New England. (NY Daily News)
Dez Bryant admits he let himself get frustrated, leading to another personal foul penalty against Carolina. (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
Panthers linebacker James Anderson thinks the officials blew the call when he was penalized for a horse-collar tackle. (Charlotte Observer)
That extra noise at the Rams' Edward Jones Dome on Sunday came from having an estimated 10,000 Packers fans at the game. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
Chris Johnson didn't realize how long his 83-yard touchdown run for the Titans was until someone told him. (Tennessean)
Jared Allen believes Percy Harvin is worthy of MVP consideration. (Sports Radio Interviews)
Reggie Wayne says it would be a mistake for his young Colts team to agree to be on HBO's "Hard Knocks." (WDNE)
-- Compiled by Tom Weir/SOTL.com