Time to examine the candidates for this week's High Energy performer.
With players contributing to three AFC East victories, we have a bunch of players to choose from.
We could nominate Tom Brady, but I think there are more interesting contenders who deserve some love.
Here are the ones I think should be highlighted for going above and beyond:
New England Patriots linebacker Gary Guyton played more than he normally would with rookie Brandon Spikes receiving a four-game suspension Friday. Guyton returned a fumble 35 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter to give the Patriots a 21-0 lead over the Chicago Bears. He snagged an interception at the Patriots' 16-yard line in the third quarter.
Miami Dolphins punter Brandon Fields was majestic. He punted 10 times for a 56.4-yard average and might have been the difference-maker in a field-position game at the Meadowlands. The Dolphins won 10-6.
Buffalo Bills receiver David Nelson made a tough, diving catch for the only touchdown in a 13-6 victory over the Cleveland Browns. The 11-yard play was Nelson's only reception, but he has scored in two straight games.
But those guys get written about quite a bit, and I'd rather shine the light on a player who doesn't get to bask that often.