Eagles Quarterback Michael Vick claimed headlines this week as the first player in NFL history to produce 300 yards passing, 50 yards rushing, four passing touchdowns and two rushing touchdowns in Philadelphia’s 59-28 victory over the Washington Redskins on Monday night. The Eagles are now on top of the NFC East Division with the New York Giants at 6-3. The New England Patriots handled the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday as the New York Jets edged the Cleveland Browns in OT. The AFC East rivals and the NFC South leading Atlanta Falcons are the only teams to showcase 7-2 records. Check for all NFL Week 10 scores below.
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Atlanta Falcons 26, Baltimore Ravens 21 – Matt Ryan led his men downfield in the final minute, hitting Roddy White with the go ahead touchdown from 33 yards out to pull ahead by 4.
Sunday, November 14, 2010
Buffalo Bills 14, Detroit Lions 12 – Fred Jackson gained 133 yards and one touchdown from 25 carries to give the Bills their first win of the season.
Chicago Bears 27, Minnesota Vikings 13 – Chicago scored 14 points in the second quarter for the initial advantage and held on from there.
New York Jets 26, Cleveland Browns 20 – Mark Sanchez connected with Santonio Holmes for the game winning TD with 16 seconds left in overtime.
Miami Dolphins 29, Tennessee Titans 17 – Anthony Fasano pulled in five receptions for 107 yards and one touchdown.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31, Carolina Panthers 16 – Cadillac Williams broke out for a 45 yard touchdown run to put the Bucs up 15 with 2:42 left in regulation.
Indianapolis Colts 23, Cincinnati Bengals 17 – Adam Vinatieri knocked in three field goals for Indy to win by six.
Jacksonville Jaguars 31, Houston Texans 24 – Mike Thomas brought in the deflected hail mary pass in the end zone to lift Jacksonville past Houston.
Denver Broncos 49, Kansas City Chiefs 29 – The Broncos posted 21 first quarter points en route to a blowout victory at Mile High.
Dallas Cowboys 33, New York Giants 20 – Jon Kitna threw for 327 yards and three TD’s from 13 passes completed.
Seattle Seahawks 36, Arizona Cardinals 18 – Seattle coasted by the Cardinals to stand alone atop the NFC West.
San Francisco 49ers 23, St Louis Rams 20 – Joe Nedney kicked in a 29 yard field goal to notch the W in OT.
New England Patriots 39, Pittsburgh Steelers 26 – Tom Brady completed 30 passes for 350 yards and three TD’s.
Monday, November 15, 2010
Philadelphia Eagles 59, Washington Redskins 28 – Monday night’s game was never competitive in light of Philadelphia’s 28 point first quarter offensive clinic.