From a pure point perspective, Tony Romo and Peyton Manning outscored Jay Cutler, Russell Wilson, Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady combined. The two combined for nine touchdowns and 920 yards and Manning ran well, sauntered in for a one yard touchdown.
Alshon Jeffery and TY Hilton were the top receivers on Sunday as Jeffery caught 10 passes for 218 yards and a touchdown while Hilton grabbed five balls for 140 and two touchdowns.
Fred Jackson and Pierre Thomas were the leading rushers. Jackson's stats weren't all that impressive but he scored twice and finished with 93 combo yards. Thomas combined 91 yards and two scores.
Julius Thomas was a monster with nine catches for 122 yards and two touchdowns. He has scored in every game but one and is closing the gap on Jimmy Graham.
Alex Henry and Mason Crosby had monster games in the kicking game and the 49ers DST allowed only three points while intercepting three passes and recovered a fumble and scored.