A heavy dose of testosterone replaced professionalism in the NFL from Chicago to Charlotte.
Blowout games brought out the worst in some players on Sunday - and not just the losers, but in the winners, too.
In the Windy City, Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford got upset after his third interception and grabbed Chicago Bears cornerback C.J. Moore by the helmet. Stafford threw him down, setting off a confrontation involving several players. The Bears won 37-13 but Moore was ejected.
Further South, Panthers coach Ron Rivera - a former Bear - said Monday he was ''embarrassed'' by the actions of both his squad and the Tennessee Titans. The two teams combined for 21 penalties for 191 yards, including four personal fouls and three unnecessary roughness calls in Tennessee's 30-3 victory.