Before taking the little ones out for a little trick-or-treating, we were all “treated” to a day full of NFL action. Halloween Sunday kicked off in London, where Troy Smith and the San Francisco 49ers staged a rally to defeat the Denver Broncos. The scene continued to look scary in Dallas, where the Cowboys continued their dismal season by being crushed by the Jacksonville Jaguars at home. Three Mason Crosby field goals were the difference in East Rutherford, the Green Bay Packers shutting out the New York Jets by a score of 9-0.
Take a look at some of the gear your favorite players chose to wear for their Halloween games.
Bills running back Corey McIntyre gets into the Halloween spirit with his fanged mouthguard.
Jacksonville quarterback David Garrard throws a pass in a player exclusive colorway of the Nike Zoom Hyperfly.
Redskins defensive end Vonnie Holliday attempts to recover a loose ball in the Nike Air Zoom Merciless.
Wearing Nike’s Air LT 2.1, Jon Kitna tries to fill the void left by an injured Tony Romo.
Denver’s Knowshon Moreno fights for tough yards in Reebok’s Molded NFL Burner Speed.
Washington’s Carlos Rogers braces for impact in the Nike Zoom Vapor Carbon Fly.
Maurice Jones-Drew delivers a nasty stiff arm with his Reebok Mayhem Glove.
Jordan Shipley of the Bengals tries to break away in the Under Armour Blur Low.
Lions receiver Calvin Johnson and Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall fight for a ball, both wearing black on black looks of the Nike Super Speed.
Andy Studebaker celebrates a sack in the Nike Air Zoom Super Bad II.
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez scrambles in the Nike Air LT Superbad.
Miami’s Brian Hartline is off to the races in the Nike Vapor Jet 4.2.
The tough hits continue for Vikings quarterback Brett Favre, seen here wearing the Nike Air Zoom Blade Pro Destroyer.
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