NEW YORK, Oct. 3 (UPI) -- Oakland quarterback Daunte Culpepper Wednesday was among the NFL's Player of the Week honorees.
In his first start as a Raider, Culpepper, the AFC's top player, produced five touchdowns -- three rushing, two passing -- to become the second quarterback in league history with that combination in one game as Oakland beat Miami, his former team, 35-17. Jake Plummer, now-retired, accomplished the feat with Denver in 1998.
Greer’s fourth-quarter interception led to the Bills' 17-14 win over the New York Jets.
Rayner booted three field goals as the Chiefs stung San Diego 30-16.
Favre became the league’s all-time leader in touchdown passes as the Packers beat Minnesota 23-16.
Umenyiora had a career-high and franchise-record six sacks and two forced fumbles in the Giants' 16-3 win over Philadelphia.