This week’s thrilling set of matchups caused for some numerous close battles and upsets. The Jacksonville Jaguars edged out the New York Jets by 2 with a field goal in the final seconds. The Cincinnati Bengals stunned Big Ben and the Pittsburgh Steelers to put themselves at 7-2. Denver QB Kyle Orton fell to injury against Washington for the entire second half, which led to a Redskins 13-0 fourth quarter run. The New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts remained perfect at 9-0 after defeating the St Louis Rams and New England Patriots. Check for all Week 10 scores below.
Thursday, November 12, 2009
San Francisco 49ers 10, Chicago Bears 6 – QB Jay Cutler threw for a total of five INT’s, resulting in a San Francisco field goal in the fourth quarter to solidify the W.
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Tennessee Titans 41, Buffalo Bills 17 – RB Chris Johnson led the Titans to their third straight victory with 132 yards rushing and 2 TD’s from 26 carries.
New Orleans Saints 28, St Louis Rams 23 – The Rams scored a TD with under 3 minutes left, but simply ran out of time to gain any more momentum against a tough Saints defense.
Miami Dolphins 25, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23 – Miami racked up 19 points in the first half and barely held off the rallying Bucs offense in the final quarter to win by 2.
Minnesota Vikings 27, Detroit Lions 10 – Brett Favre and Sidney Rice connected deep for 200+ yards, as the Vikings defense held Detroit to just 10 total points.
Jacksonville Jaguars 24, New York Jets 22 – The Jaguars put the Jets under .500 with a field goal to end the game up 2.
Cincinnati Bengals 18, Pittsburgh Steelers 12 – Cincinnati kicker Shayne Graham knocked all four FG attempts through the uprights, as the defense held the Steelers to 3 second half points.
Washington Redskins 27, Denver Broncos 17 – The Broncos were held scoreless in the second half with QB Kyle Orton sidelined due to injury.
Carolina Panthers 28, Atlanta Falcons 19 – Panthers QB Jake Delhomme threw for 195 yards and 2 TD’s from 15 passes completed.
Kansas City Chiefs 16, Oakland Raiders 10 - Oakland started off hot with 10 first quarter points but struggled from there to get anything going.
Green Bay Packers 17, Dallas Cowboys 7 – Green Bay turned it on in the fourth with 14 points, redeeming themselves from their dismal showing last week against Tampa Bay.
Arizona Cardinals 31, Seattle Seahawks 20 – QB Kurt Warner had another stellar performance, completing 29 passes for 340 yards and 2 TD’s.
San Diego Chargers 31, Philadelphia Eagles 23 – RB LaDainian Tomlinson broke out with 96 yards and 2 TD’s rushing.
Indianapolis Colts 35, New England Patriots 34 – QB Peyton Manning marched his team down field for 3 fourth quarter TD’s to come back and win by 1.
Monday, November 16, 2009
Baltimore Ravens 16, Cleveland Browns 0 – Baltimore scored 16 points in the third quarter as Cleveland’s offense struggled all game. Brady Quinn failed to complete over 100 passing yards while throwing for 2 INT’s.
Bye Week Teams: New York Giants, Houston Texans