The NFL has played 11 of 13 games so far this weekend.
Eight of those 11 were decided by three points or fewer.
The Seahawks beat the Packers 27-24 on Thursday night.
It was an even more dramatic Sunday, with three games decided on last-play field goals and five others going to the wire.
The Cowboys kicked a last-play field goal to beat the Falcons 22-19; Washington missed a 63-yard field goal with three seconds left to lose to Houston 23-21; Tampa Bay threw an interception with 13 seconds left in a 38-35 loss to the Giants; Cincinnati threw an incompletion on fourth down with 1:42 remaining, allowing Baltimore to secure a 24-21 win; Oakland kicked a last-play field goal for a 23-21 triumph over the Cardinals; Carolina’s two-point conversation failed with 1:07 left in a 20-19 loss to the Lions; and Denver hit a last-play field goal for an improbable 23-22 upset of the Chargers.
Of course, that doesn’t even include the Steelers, who won 20-16 on a 1-yard run by Ben Roethlisberger with 5 seconds left to stun the Jaguars.
With the Bears-Vikings and Rams-Chiefs yet to go, 73 percent of this weekend’s games have been decided by three points or less.
The all-time record on a single weekend is 71 percent, with 10 of 14 games decided by three points or fewer in in Week Five 1999, according to the NFL.