Week 10 In Review

Photo taken by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images
Photo taken by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers racked up their first win this season on Monday Night Football.


  • The Minnesota Vikings squeezed past the struggling Washington Redskins 34-27 on Thursday Night Football
  • The Seattle Seahawks headed eastward and pummeled the Atlanta Falcons 33-10
  • The Cincinnati Bengals’ successful Hail Mary propelled them to overtime, but they eventually fell 20-17 against the Baltimore Ravens
  • The Detroit Lions were boosted to the top of the battered NFC North following a 21-19 victory over the Chicago bears
  • The Green Bay Packers’ red zone woes caused a 27-13 loss against the Philadelphia Eagles
  • St. Louis Rams WR/RS Tavon Austin’s firepower boosted his squad to a 38-8 victory over the Indianapolis Colts
  • The New York Giants edged out another win, this one being against the Oakland Raiders 24-20
  • The Pittsburgh Steelers racked up a much-needed win against the Buffalo Bills 23-10
  • The Jacksonville Jaguars slid past the Tennessee Titans 29-28
  • The Carolina Panthers’ defense was highlighted in their 10-9 victory over the San Francisco 49ers
  • The Houston Texans’ woes continued, as they lost to the Arizona Cardinals 27-24
  • Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning was battered and bruised in their 28-20 victory over the San Diego Chargers
  • The New Orleans Saints’ offense lit up the night in their 49-17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys
  • The Miami Dolphins’ offense line faltered without OL’s Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito in their 22-19 loss against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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