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NFL Week 10 Game Capsules

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It’s hard not to love the NFL. Every week, a game everyone thinks is totally predictable surprises the heck out of us. Like, say, the Browns dethroning the team with the NFL’s best record entering Week 10.


Wow. Week 10 was something special in the NFL, treating us to some wild finishes.

Let’s sort through all the storylines now that the dust has settled.

Falcons 26, Ravens 21

You didn’t think Matt Ryan was gonna lose at the Georgia Dome, did you? He’s now 18-1 there. Though some reports say it’s 19-1. Which is the correct stat? Doesn’t really matter. What does matter is that the Falcons won the game on a pretty questionable touchdown pass; Roddy White should’ve been penalized for shoving Josh Wilson to the ground.

Bills 14, Lions 12

Bills Get Their First Win

The Bills tried their darndest to break their fans’ hearts again when the Lions scored on a two-minute drill to come within two points but Detroit couldn’t get the two-point conversion. C.J. Spiller hurt his hamstring and his rookie season could end with a whimper. Fred Jackson is a solid back but why did Buffalo take Spiller in the first round if it never intended to play him?

Colts 23, Bengals 17

I never thought I’d say this, but it was painful watching Indianapolis’ offense in this game. Peyton Manning did what he could be no one could catch the ball. Indy ground out a win largely because Carson Palmer served up three picks but the offensive struggles could come back to haunt the Colts if they don’t right the ship soon.

Jets 26, Browns 20 (OT)

Tsk tsk, Chansi Stuckey. The poor guy has to be absolutely sick. He had a huge gain in overtime to set up what should’ve been a game-winning field goal but fumbled. The Jets recovered the ball and Mark Sanchez connected with Santonio Holmes on the game-winning TD. Lost in the shuffle: Colt McCoy was once again pretty competent against a very good defense.

Bears 27, Vikings 13

This loss looks like the nail in Minnesota’s coffin. Aside from one beautiful throw to Percy Harvin, Brett Favre looked washed up. Ever notice that his limp gets worse after he throws an interception? As for the Bears – is this the worst 6-3 team in the NFL?

Dolphins 29, Titans 17

Randy Moss’ first game with Tennessee left him with a forgettable 26 receiving yards on one catch. Chris Johnson topped 100 rushing yards, however, and credited Moss’ presence for the openings he had. The Dolphins lost quarterbacks Chad Pennington and Chad Henne to injury in this game, but could that be a blessing? Tyler Thigpen led an 85-yard touchdown drive. He was quite good during a brief stretch as the Chiefs’ starting signalcaller a couple seasons back. Maybe he’ll flourish in Miami?

Jaguars 31, Texans 24

Of course Gus Johnson happened to be the man assigned this game on CBS; it was too fitting to have football’s most excitable play-by-play guy calling the game-winning, 50-yard Hail Mary pass from David Garrard to Mike Thomas. I have to admit – I didn’t see this Houston implosion coming. I thought the Texans were finally for real.

Buccaneers 31, Panthers 16

It’s time to admit that Josh Freeman is a viable MVP candidate. He has 12 touchdown passes and five interceptions and has led Tampa to countless comeback wins. He was smooth as ever against Carolina on Sunday. Where would the Bucs be without him?

Broncos 49, Chiefs 29

Fantasy football players creamed themselves over the garbage time frenzy in this AFC West battle. Denver led 35-0 at one point but decided it still needed to score more, leaving Kyle Orton in. Meanwhile, Matt Cassel piled up 469 passing yards playing comeback. The Chiefs weren’t happy with the Broncos running up the score. Has the AFC West become football’s most entertaining division?

49ers 23, Rams 20

Mike Singletary’s job survives another week as the 49ers are suddenly back in the NFC West hunt. However, if he really wants to stay safe, he better stick with Troy Smith as his starting quarterback. The team may mutiny if Singletary reinstalls Alex Smith as the starter.

Cowboys 33, Giants 20

Many bettors got swindled on this one. It was a classic trap game. The Cowboys had a new coach, they were playing a division rival and they were hungry for revenge after the Giants beat on them a few weeks ago. Maybe Jon Kitna can make this offense go in the short term after all. And how about that Dez Bryant?

Seahawks 36, Cardinals 18

The Seahawks may be the toughest team to figure out in all of NFL betting. They’re supposed to be unbeatable at home and the Giants demolish them. They’re supposed to be terrible on the road and they demolish the Cardinals. I give up.

Patriots 39, Steelers 26

Tom Brady made a big statement with his vintage performance on Sunday night, throwing for 350 yards and three scores (and not in garbage time like Big Ben did). He also exposed the Steelers pass defense as overrated. Considering Pittsburgh’s reputation, it’s surprising to see that it allows 252.2 passing yards per game.

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