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This week in the NFL

Scores and highlights from week 10 of the NFL football games.
The NFL completes week 10 of regular season games.


The Atlanta Falcons and the Carolina Panthers dueled in a divisional matchup that ended up in a Panther victory. Constant rain during the game held both teams’ quarterbacks to a combined 294 passing yards. D’Onta Foreman of the Panthers rushed for 130 yards and a score in the Thursday night football matchup.


The Buccaneers take the win back home to Tampa Bay in the first ever NFL game held in Munich, Germany. The Buccaneers led early with a 21-9 lead going into the final minutes of the fourth quarter. Geno Smith and the Seahawks attempted a late comeback, but to no avail.

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The Chicago Bears and the Detroit Lions faced off in a high-scoring, offensive shootout in which the Lions came out on top. Bears quarterback Justin Fields rushed for nearly 150 yards as well as passing for 167. The Lions capitalized on a missed extra point attempt from Cairo Santos, scoring a late fourth quarter touchdown to win the game. 


The Miami Dolphins have extended their three game win streak with a win over the Cleveland Browns. Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa threw for his fourth three touchdown game this season, as well as his sixth game above 250 passing yards. The Browns head into a tough matchup against the Buffalo Bills next week for a much needed win.


The Tennessee Titans pulled out a win against the Denver Broncos last Sunday, even with star running back Derrick Henry rushing for only 53 yards. Broncos quarterback Russel Wilson had one of his better games, throwing for 286 yards and a touchdown in the loss. The Broncos play a disappointing Las Vegas Raiders squad next week, looking to close out a win against the divisional opponent.


A Game of the Year candidate held by the Buffalo Bills ended in a tough overtime victory for the Minnesota Vikings. Minnesota wide receiver Justin Jefferson hauled in 10 receptions for 193 yards and one of the best catches in recent years. Buffalo held onto a commanding lead most of the game, but slowly allowed the Vikings to come back throughout the second half. Bills quarterback Josh Allen had a costly fumble at the goal line that the Vikings defense recovered for a touchdown. Overtime started with a Viking field goal, and Vikings cornerback Patrick Peterson ended the game by way of an interception in the end zone from Josh Allen at the end of overtime.


The Houston Texans and the New York Giants faced off in a noon matchup at MetLife Stadium. Saquan Barkley of the Giants showed off his elite running capabilities, running for 152 yards and a touchdown during the contest. The Giants extend their record to 7-2 while the Texans drop to 1-7.


 The Kansas City Chiefs pulled out another win with some serious offensive firepower over the Jacksonville Jaguars and Trevor Lawrence during Sunday’s opening games. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes put up a stellar statline once again, with 331 passing yards and four touchdown passes. On the other side of the ball, the Kansas City defense held Jaguars running back Travis Etienne Jr. to a mere 45 rushing yards on 11 attempts. 


Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin has now beaten all 31 NFL teams (excluding his Steelers) with a win over the New Orleans Saints. With many injured players to both squads heading into the game, the Steelers seemed to have it figured out coming off of their bye week. Steelers Rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett looked more comfortable, throwing for 199 passing yards in the contest.


In his first game as the interim Head Coach for the Indianapolis Colts, Jeff Saturday gets his first win over the Las Vegas Raiders. Veteran quarterback Matt Ryan got back into the starting lineup this week and ran with it, throwing for 222 passing yards and a touchdown while also hitting a career-long 39 yard run. The Raiders once again fall below expectations, losing their third straight game while also heading into a tough Broncos defense next week. 


In a battle of the backup quarterbacks, the Arizona Cardinals came out on top. With both Kyler Murray of the Cardinals and Matthew Stafford of the Rams out, the backups came in put up decent performances. Cardinals quarterback Colt McCoy threw for 238 yards and a touchdown, while Rams backup John Wolfor threw for 212 yards and a score. The Rams lose their third straight heading into New Orleans.


The Green Bay Packers got a much needed win against the Dallas Cowboys at Lambeau Field, moving to 4-6. Backup cornerback Rudy Ford, filling in for Eric Stokes, came away with two interceptions during the game. The Packers also mounted a fourth quarter comeback, scoring 14 unanswered points forcing the game into overtime. After opting out of a long field goal, the Cowboys failed to convert on fourth down, giving the Packers the ball. Mason Crosby of the Packers kicked the game winning field goal to get the Packers their first win since week four.


The San Francisco 49ers held out against the LA Chargers and secured a clutch win to put them over .500 on the season. The tough 49ers defense held quarterback Justin Herbert to under 200 passing yards and an interception, while Jimmy Garoppolo threw for 240 yards. The Chargers move to 5-4 on the season, still a couple games behind the Chiefs in their division.


The Washington Commanders took down the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles in a thrilling Monday night matchup. The Commanders defense showed out with four total turnovers from a sloppy Eagles offense. Running backs Brian Robinson Jr. and Antonio Gibson combined for 130 rushing yards and two touchdowns, helping to solidify a Commander’s victory. The Eagles hope to bounce back and get a win against an underperforming Colts team next Sunday.


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Kyle Behrens, Tom Tom Staff
Kyle Behrens is a senior and it is his first year on staff. In his free time, he enjoys playing golf, hanging out with his friends and watching movies. Behrens hopes to learn and improve his videography skills.
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