With four AFC teams on a bye week, the focus was more on the NFC this week and there were plenty of surprises at hand with a shock defeat for the previously unbeaten Philadelphia Eagles on Monday Night Football, plus arguably the most dramatic game of the season between the Buffalo Bills and the Minnesota Vikings.

We also saw two of the greatest quarterbacks of all time get back to winning ways plus a solid return from our tips last week too. So all in all not a bad week at all for NFL fans.

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Let’s now check out some of the main stories from Week 10’s action in the NFL, which was a landmark week for a number of reasons.

NFL Matchday 10 – Main Stories

Commanders End Eagles Unbeaten Run – The Washington Commanders stunned Eagles fans at Lincoln Financial Field, pulling off an upset win to end the Eagles perfect start to the season. The Commanders pounded the Eagles with their ground game and had Terry McLaurin as a threat through the air but it was a superb defensive effort to keep the Eagles in check after a slow start that was the foundation for this win.

Buffalo Bills Hit Skids As Vikings Claim Huge Win – Without doubt one of the best games in many years as the Vikings snatched the win over the Bills in Buffalo in overtime after one of the most incredible endings to a game you will see. After an unbelievable Justin Jefferson catch, the Vikings failed to punch the ball in to take the lead, turning the ball over on downs. The Bills then fumbled the snap, resulting in an Vikings touchdown, only for the Bills to level things with a field goal. The Vikings converted a field goal which the Bills could not answer handing the Vikes a huge win and the Bills a second successive defeat.

Colts Saturday The Man For Sunday In Win Over Raiders – Jeff Saturday is a Colts icon and the former center, who spent most of his career snapping the ball to Peyton Manning, was drafted in as a total surprise to be the stand in Colts head coach in the interim. His first task was to recall Matt Ryan who played well as the Colts poured more grief on Raiders fans who saw their team go down to their seventh loss in nine.

Rams Repeat Hopes Fading Fast After Cardinals Loss – When the Rams won the Super Bowl last year, part of the reason Aaron Donald came back was to try and attempt a repeat. Well at 3-6, the Rams don’t look likely to make the playoffs, let alone the Super Bowl after another dismal loss to the Cardinals which saw Cooper Kupp injured to join Matt Stafford on the treatment table.

Bucs Land The Win In NFL’s First Ever Germany Game – Tom Brady turned on the style late in the game as the NFL celebrated its first ever game in Germany with the Bucs coming from behind to take the win over the Seahawks. Watched by a partisan crowd, the game was viewed as a huge success and the win kick starts the Bucs ailing season at just the right time.

NFL Star Performers of the Week – Offense/ST

  • RB D’Onta Foreman (Panthers) – 31 carries, 130 yards and a touchdown.
  • QB Justin Fields (Bears) – 12/20 for 167 yards, 2 touchdowns, 147 yards for 2 touchdowns.
  • QB Tua Tagovailoa (Dolphins) – 25/32 for 285 yards and 3 touchdowns.
  • RB Jeffrey Wilson (Dolphins) – 17 carries, 119 yards and a touchdown
  • WR Nick Westbrook-Ikhine (Titans) – 5 receptions, 119 yards, 2 touchdowns
  • WR Justin Jefferson (Vikings) – 10 receptions, 193 yards, 1 touchdown
  • RB Saquon Barkley (Giants) – 35 carries for 152 yards and a touchdown
  • QB Patrick Mahomes (Chiefs) – 26/35 for 331 yards and 4 touchdowns, 39 yards rushing
  • WR Christian Kirk (Jaguars) – 9 receptions, 105 yards, 2 touchdowns
  • WR Davante Adams (Raiders) – 9 receptions, 126 yards and a touchdown
  • RB Jonathan Taylor (Colts) – 22 carries, 147 yards, 1 touchdown, 2 receptions for 16 yards
  • RB Aaron Jones (Packers) – 24 carries, 138 yards and a touchdown
  • WR Christian Watson (Packers) – 4 receptions for 107 yards, 3 touchdowns
  • WR CeeDee Lamb (Cowboys) – 11 receptions for 150 yards, 2 touchdowns
  • WR Terry McLaurin (Commanders) – 8 receptions for 128 yards

NFL Star Performers Of The Week – Defense

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers – The Bucs defense had been given some stick in recent times and no individual more so than Devin White, but the linebacker responded with a fantastic performance against the Seahawks landing 8 tackles and 1 assist as well as two of the three sacks the Bucs managed on Geno Smith in what was a fantastic defensive display in Germany.
  • Tennessee Titans – Admittedly the Broncos offense is not the most potent in the NFL to say the least, but this Titans defense has been quietly going about its business very effectively for some weeks now. They sacked Russell Wilson six times, forced nine punts and intercepted the quarterback to allow the Titans offense enough opportunities to get the W against the much-vaunted Broncos defense.
  • Pittsburgh Steelers – It was the Steelers defense that laid the foundation for the win over the New Orleans Saints this week, with the Steelers allowing the Saints to convert just 3 of 12 third downs and stopping them on their only fourth down attempt. Add to that two sacks, forcing five punts and landing two interceptions and you have a very good reason as to why the Steelers landed just their third win of the season.
  • Arizona Cardinals – With Matt Stafford out and the Rams offense out of sorts, the Arizona Cardinals defense took charge of this game and made a significant contribution to their 27-17 win over their divisional rivals. The Cardinals sacked John Wolford three times, forced a punt five times recovered a fumble and also made an interception allowing the Cardinals offense to overcome the absence of Kyler Murray to land a big divisional win.
  • Washington Commanders – While their bottom line stats don’t indicate anything too spectacular against the Eagles, it is notable that the Commanders defeated the Eagles for the first time this season thanks to their defense, which forced three fumbles, the last of which resulted in the important game-sealing touchdown ending the Eagles 100% record and keeping Washington in contact with their rivals in the NFC East.

NFL Rookies Of The Week

  • EDGE Aidan Hutchison (Lions) – 8 tackles, 1 sack
  • RB Isiah Pacheco (Chiefs) – 16 carries, 82 yards
  • CB Trent McDuffie (Chiefs) – 4 tackles, 3 assists
  • RB Dameon Pierce (Texans) – 122 yards from scrimmage
  • WR Christian Watson (Packers) – 4 catches for 107 yards and 3 touchdowns
  • RB Rashaad White (Buccaneers) – 105 yards rushing
  • CB Christian Benford (Bills) – 7 tackles, 3 passes defensed, interception
  • LB Jack Sanborn (Bears) – 9 tackles, 3 assists, 2 sacks
  • LB Myjai Sanders (Cardinals) – 5 tackles, one sack, forced fumble, pass defensed

NFL Key Injuries

  • TE Zach Ertz (Cardinals) – Knee injury, could miss significant time.
  • WR Jerry Jeudy (Broncos) – Ankle injury, first reports suggest it is not too serious.
  • DE Kwity Paye (Colts) – Ankle injury, could miss game time over coming weeks.
  • WR Cooper Kupp (Rams) – Ankle injury, severity not known, but doesn’t look good.
  • DE Emmanuel Ogbah (Dolphins) – Torn triceps, out for rest of season.
  • RB Leonard Fournette (Buccaneers) – Hip pointer, questionable for next week.

NFL Bonehead Play of The Week

It may be a bit harsh picking on a kicker, but Cairo Santos of the Chicago Bears will probably want to forget this week in a hurry.

The kicker landed one field goal and three extra points in the Bears game against the Lions, but with the opportunity to move seven points ahead of the Lions after Justin Fields amazing 67 yard rush for a touchdown, Santos pulled his kick wide of the uprights.

It was a pivotal moment that sustained the Lions fightback and meant that the Lions could win the game themselves with a touchdown and an extra point and with 2.21 left on the clock, that is precisely what they did when Jamaal Williams converted from a yard and Michael Badgley converted the kick to hand the Lions their second win in a row, taking them above the Bears in the NFC North in the process.

NFL Matchday 10 – Results

  • Atlanta Falcons 15-25 Carolina Panthers
  • Seattle Seahawks 16-21 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Munich)
  • Detroit Lions 31-30 Chicago Bears
  • Cleveland Browns 17-39 Miami Dolphins
  • Denver Broncos 10-17 Tennessee Titans
  • Minnesota Vikings 33-30 Buffalo Bills (OT)
  • Houston Texans 16-24 New York Giants
  • Jacksonville Jaguars 17-27 Kansas City Chiefs
  • New Orleans Saints 10-20 Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Indianapolis Colts 25-20 Las Vegas Raiders
  • Arizona Cardinals 27-17 Los Angeles Rams
  • Dallas Cowboys 28-31 Green Bay Packers (OT)
  • Los Angeles Chargers 16-22 San Francisco 49ers
  • Washington Commanders 32-21 Philadelphia Eagles

NFL Standings After Matchday 10

NFC North NFC West NFC East NFC South 
Vikings8-1Seahawks6-4Eagles8-1Buccaneers5-5
Packers4-649ers5-4Giants7-2Falcons4-6
Lions3-6Cardinals4-6Cowboys6-3Panthers3-7
Bears3-7Rams3-6Commanders5-5Saints3-7
AFC North AFC West AFC East AFC South 
Ravens6-3Chiefs7-2Dolphins7-3Titans6-3
Bengals5-4Chargers5-4Jets6-3Colts4-5-1
Browns3-6Broncos3-6Bills6-3Jaguars3-7
Steelers3-6Raiders2-7Patriots5-4Texans1-7-1

NFL Matchday 11 – Fixtures & Betting Tips

Thursday 17th November

  • Tennessee Titans (6-3) @ Green Bay Packers (4-6)

Sunday 20th November

  • Chicago Bears (3-7) @ Atlanta Falcons (4-6)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (8-1) @ Indianapolis Colts (4-5-1)
  • New York Jets (6-3) @ New England Patriots (5-4)
  • Washington Commanders (5-5) @ Houston Texans (1-7-1)
  • Los Angeles Rams (3-6) @ New Orleans Saints (3-7)
  • Cleveland Browns (3-6) @ Buffalo Bills (6-3)
  • Carolina Panthers (3-7) @ Baltimore Ravens (6-3)
  • New York Giants (7-2) @ Detroit Lions (3-6)
  • Las Vegas Raiders (2-7) @ Denver Broncos (3-6)
  • Dallas Cowboys (6-3) @ Minnesota Vikings (8-1)
  • Cincinnati Bengals (5-4) @ Pittsburgh Steelers (3-6)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (7-2) @ Los Angeles Chargers (5-4)

Monday 21st November

  • San Francisco 49ers (5-4) @ Arizona Cardinals (4-6)

Bye Week – Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins, Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

NFL Matchday 11 – Top Betting Tips With Bet365

We had another profitable weekend last week with three of our five tips coming in for a nice profit, the second in a row. Let’s hope this quintet of tips for this weekend’s games also lands us a profit too.

  • Packers to beat Titans by 7-12 points – 19/4
  • Chicago Bears to beat Atlanta Falcons – moneyline – 7/5
  • Minnesota Vikings to beat the Dallas Cowboys – moneyline – Evens
  • LA Chargers to Cover the Spread (+7) v Chiefs – 10/11
  • 49ers to defeat the Cardinals by 1-6 points – 16/5.

NFL – Power Rankings (After Week 10)

  1. Minnesota Vikings (8-1) (9,12,13,9,5,4,5,4,3,1)
  2. Philadelphia Eagles (8-1) (7,4,2,1,3,2,2,2,1,2)
  3. Buffalo Bills (6-3) (1,1,1,2,1,1,1,1,2,3)
  4. Kansas City Chiefs (7-2) (2,2,4,3,2,3,3,3,4,4)
  5. New York Giants (7-2) (22,10,15,14,6,5,4,7,7,5)
  6. Miami Dolphins (7-3) (13,7,3,4,14,16,14,14,12,6)
  7. Tennessee Titans (6-3) (24,31,23,19,12,15,8,6,9,7)
  8. New York Jets (6-3) (32,27,31,26,19,13,7,11,6,8)
  9. Dallas Cowboys (6-3) (19,17,11,6,4,7,6,5,5,9)
  10. Seattle Seahawks (6-4) (23,25,29,24,25,20,12,9,8,10)
  11. Baltimore Ravens (6-3) (6,8,6,8,7,8,11,8,10,11)
  12. Cincinnati Bengals (5-4) (8,15,12,11,13,9,9,13,11,12)
  13. San Francisco 49ers (5-4) (16,11,17,15,9,10,13,10,14,13)
  14. Los Angeles Chargers (5-4) (3,5,16,10,8,6,10,12,13,14)
  15. New England Patriots (5-4) (26,20,24,28,24,19,23,15,15,15)
  16. Washington Commanders (5-5) (18,23,26,30,28,27,21,19,18,16)
  17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-5) (4,3,8,12,11,12,16,21,16,17)
  18. Green Bay Packers (4-6) (11,9,7,5,10,11,15,16,20,18)
  19. Arizona Cardinals (4-6) (25,19,22,17,18,23,18,23,24,19)
  20. Indianapolis Colts (4-5-1) (15,29,20,25,22,17,20,25,25,20)
  21. Atlanta Falcons (4-6) (29,30,27,20,23,18,19,20,21,21)
  22. Los Angeles Rams (3-6) (5,6,5,7,15,14,17,17,17,22)
  23. New Orleans Saints (3-7) (12,14,18,23,17,21,25,18,19,23)
  24. Denver Broncos (3-6) (20,13,10,16,20,24,27,24,23,24)
  25. Detroit Lions (3-6) (28,21,25,27,29,30,32,32,28,25)
  26. Chicago Bears (3-7) (21,22,19,22,26,29,22,26,27,26)
  27. Cleveland Browns (3-7) (14,18,9,13,16,22,26,22,22,27)
  28. Jacksonville Jaguars (3-7) (31,26,14,18,21,25,28,29,26,28)
  29. Carolina Panthers (3-7) (30,32,28,31,31,32,29,27,30,29)
  30. Pittsburgh Steelers (3-6) (10,16,21,29,32,26,30,30,31,30)
  31. Las Vegas Raiders (2-7) (17,24,30,21,27,28,24,28,29,31)
  32. Houston Texans (1-7-1) (27,28,32,32,30,31,31,31,32,32)