NEW YORK, Nov. 12 (UPI) -- Denver quarterback Jay Cutler is the top AFC offensive player of the week for the NFL's 10th week.
The three-year veteran tossed three fourth quarter touchdown passes rallying the Broncos to a 34-30 win over the Cleveland Browns.
Overall, he completed 24-of- 42 passes (57.1 percent) for a career-high 447 yards, and overcame his one interception while earning the first AFC offensive player of the week award of his career.
Lewis made a team-high nine tackles and intercepted two passes in the Ravens' 41-13 win over the Houston Texans.
Hentrich, in his 15th NFL season, punted eight times for 302 yards (37.8 average) and matched a career-high with five punts inside the 20-yard line, helping the Titans (9-0) top the Chicago Bears 21-14 and remain the league's lone unbeaten team.
It was Hentrich's fifth POW award, and the seventh for Lewis, second this season.