The NFL Remembers Sean Taylor
Solemn fans hold up their No. 21 towels in honor of their fallen star safety prior to the game against the Bills.
The Redskins organization played a video tribute to Taylor on the JumboTron as the team played the first snap of the game with only 10 men.
Despite losing the game 17-16, the Redskins defense did Taylor proud by not allowing a touchdown. Buffalo's points came on five field goals and a safety.
Clinton Portis revealed a T-shirt honoring Taylor after scoring the game's only touchdown.
Items are left at the memorial for Taylor outside FedEx field.
Fans messages to Taylor, his family, and teammates stretched all along the field.
All teams wore a "21" helmet decal, which led to a crowded rear-helmet for the Broncos who already had their dual memorial for Darrent Williams (27) and Damien Nash (29). The Browns also added a "BW" decal this week in memory of Hall of Famer Bill Willis, not to be confused with the "BW" decal for Bill Walsh that the 49ers have been wearing all season.
Referees, coaches, and members of the Giants, including Jared Lorenzen (13), Eli Manning (10) and Sinorice Moss (83) pause for a moment of silence.
Chiefs' defensive ends Jimmy Wilkerson (96) and Jared Allen (69) raise their helmets during a moment of silence in their game with the Chargers.
Rams' players on the field observe a moment of silence during their game with the Falcons.
Former University of Miami and current Giants tight end Jeremy Shockey, right, and others arrive for the funeral of Sean Taylor at the Pharmed Arena of Florida International University.
Sean's father Pedro Taylor, left, talks with the Rev. Jesse Jackson as they arrive for the funeral.