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NFL Week 10 results: Notes and observations

The NFL Week 10 results are in save for Monday night, and there’s plenty to go over after a wild Sunday (and Thursday) worth of games.

– Buffalo got rolling again after a bad loss

The Buffalo Bills didn’t ponder their shocking 9-6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars for very long. A week after that stunner, the Bills visited MetLife Stadium and despite a slow start, crushed the New York Jets, 45-17. Buffalo got a 300-yard day from quarterback Josh Allen while the defense creating five turnovers, including four Mike White interceptions. With the New England Patriots only a half-game behind the Bills in the AFC East, this was an imperative win for the visitors.


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– Tampa Bay drops one in Washington after the bye week

If you had Tom Brady throwing two interceptions and the Washington Football Team finishing off the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with an 11-minute drive, take a bow. Yet that’s exactly what happened on Sunday in the nation’s capital, with Washington winning 29-19. For the Buccaneers, it’s a second loss in three weeks with the bye sandwiched between defeats. Tampa Bay is now 6-3 and a game behind both the Arizona Cardinals and Green Bay Packers in the standings. Rough way to start the second half of the season.

– Pittsburgh only manages a tie against the Lions

The Pittsburgh Steelers might be 5-3-1, but don’t consider them contenders. Against the winless Detroit Lions at Heinz Field this weekend, Pittsburgh only got a 16-16 tie, with mistakes galore plaguing its effort. The Steelers have a brutal schedule the rest of the way, starting this weekend on Sunday night against the Los Angeles Chargers at SoFi Stadium. After that, two games with the Baltimore Ravens, and rematches against then Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns loom down the stretch.


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– Baltimore loses to the Dolphins and opens up the AFC North

The Baltimore Ravens missed the proverbial golden opportunity to make serious noise this week. With a Thursday night affair against the previously 2-7 Miami Dolphins, the Ravens would have been 7-2 with a victory and after this weekend’s results, moved further ahead of all three divisional foes. Instead, a wild 22-10 loss puts Baltimore at 6-3 and only a game ahead of the Bengals, who already beat the Ravens in Charm City. The Steelers, despite their miserable showing, are only a half-game back as well.

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