Week 10 Game Recaps

Contributed by: Michael Courter and Bill Enright
Last Updated: Nov 15, 2010 1:19 PM



QB:  Joe Flacco completed 22 of 34 passes for 215 yards and three touchdowns with one interception.

RB:  Ray Rice carried 12 times for 59 yards and caught three passes for 43 yards.  .

WR/TE:  Tight end Todd Heap led the Ravens with four catches for 57 yards and a touchdown.  Anquan Boldin had 5 receptions for 50 yards and a score and Derrick Mason contributed with four catches for 48 yards and a touchdown.  

DEF: Two sacks and nothing else. 26 points and 362 total yards allowed.


QB:  Matt Ryan had his best statistical day of the season, completing 32 of 50 passes for 316 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions.

RB: Michael Turner carried 17 times for 39 yards. Jason Snelling contributed primarily as a receiver with six receptions for 56 yards and a touchdown.

WR/TE:  This was the Roddy White show with White collecting 12 passes for 138 yards and two touchdowns.   Michael Jenkins had five catches for 48 yards and tight end Tony Gonzalez chipped in with four receptions for 38 yards.

DEF: Two sacks, one interception, one fumble recovery, 21 points and 320 yards allowed.




QB:  Shaun Hill played through a still recovering broken arm and passed for 29 of 50 for 323 yards and one touchdown and one interception.

RB:  Jahvid Best managed just 17 carries for 35 yards.  Kevin Smith carried six times for 19 yards and caught three passes for 41 yards.

WR:  Calvin Johnson was great again with 10 receptions for 128 yards and a score. Tight end Brandon Pettigrew caught four passes for 50 yards.  Nate Burleson caught four passes for 47 yards.

DEF:  One sack, one fumble recovery, 290 total yards and 14 points allowed.


QB:  Ryan Fitzpatrick was disappointing with just 12 of 24 passing for 146 yards and one touchdown and one interception.    

RB:  Fred Jackson was a fantasy star this week, carrying 25 times for 133 yards and a touchdown and six receptions for 37 yards and a score.

WR:  Lee Evans led Bills receivers with two catches for 52 yards.  Steve Johnson managed just three catches for 37 yards.

DEF: One sack, one interception, 390 yards and 12 points allowed. 




QB:  Brett Favre looked worn out, completing 18 of 31 passes for 170 yards and one touchdown with three interceptions.

RB:  Adrian Peterson carried 17 times for 51 yards and caught four passes for 24 yards.  Toby Gerhart carried four times for 20 yards and made two receptions for 17 yards.     

WR:  Percy Harvin led the Vikings with four catches for 64 yards and a touchdown.  Tight end Visanthe Shiancoe was next highest with four catches for 29 yards.    

DEF:  One sack, two interceptions, 360 total yards and 27 points allowed.


QB:  Jay Cutler seems to always raise his game when facing his idol, Brett Favre, completing 22 of 35 passes for 237 yards and three touchdowns and two interceptions.  He also carried five times for 24 yards.   

RB:  Matt Forte carried 21 times for 69 yards and one catch for nine yards. 

WR:  Johnny Knox led the Bears with five receptions for 90 yards.  Devin Hester gathered four catches for 38 yards and a touchdown.  Tight end Greg Olsen caught three passes for 31 yards and a touchdown.  Tight end Kellen Davis caught a 19-yard touchdown pass.

DEF:  Three interceptions, one fumble recovery, 240 yards and 13 points allowed.




QB:  Mark Sanchez connected 27 of 44 passes for 299 yards and two touchdowns and one interception.  He also added a one-yard rushing score.

RB: Shonn Greene carried 20 times for 72 yards and caught three passes for 22 yards.  LaDainian Tomlinson carried 18 times for 57 yards and caught six passes for 53 yards.   

WR/TE:  Santonio Holmes led all Jets receivers with five catches for 76 yards and a touchdown.  Braylon Edwards caught four passes for 59 yards against his old team.  Jerricho Cotchery had three receptions for 43 yards and a touchdown.  Tight end Dustin Keller had three catches for 25 yards.  

DEF:  Three sacks, two fumble recoveries 303 total yards and 20 points allowed.


QB:  Colt McCoy connected on 18 of 31 passes for 205 yards and a touchdown and 11 yards on the ground.

RB:  Peyton Hillis carried 19 times for 82 yards and a touchdown and four receptions for 27 yards.   

WR:  Tight end Ben Watson led the Browns with five catches for 74 yards. Josh Cribbs had one reception for 37 yards.  Chansi Stuckey caught four passes for 27 yards.  Mohammed Massaquoi caught a 3-yard touchdown pass.

DEF:  Two sacks, one interception and 456 total yards and 26 points allowed.




QB:  Carson Palmer completed 31 of 42 passes for 292 yards and two touchdowns and three interceptions.

RB:  Brian Leonard led the Bengals in rushing with his one carry for 42 yards.  Cedric Benson carried 14 times for 24 yards and caught five passes for 27 yards.

WR: Chad Ochocinco made seven receptions for 86 yards and a score.  Tight end Jermaine Gresham caught nine passes for 85 yards and a touchdown.  Terrell Owens had four catches for 64 yards.  

DEF:  Two sacks, 256 total yards and 23 points allowed. 


QB:  Peyton Manning completed just 20 of 36 passes for 185 yards.

RB:  Donald Brown carried 12 times for 50 yards and Javarris James had 10 carries for 26 yards and a touchdown.  

WR/TE:  Tight end Jacob Tamme led the Colts with seven catches for 73 yards.  Pierre Garcon had five receptions for 37 yards.  Newcomer Brandon James corralled four passes for 36 yards.  Reggie Wayne had just three catches for 34 yards.

DEF: Three sacks, three interceptions, two fumble recoveries, a 31-yard interception return for a touchdown by Kelvin Hayden, 341 total yards and 17 points allowed.




QB:  Matt Schaub finally played like a fantasy football star, completing 22 of 32 passes for 314 yards and two touchdowns. He also carried three times for 14 yards.    

RB:  Arian Foster carried 15 times for 56 yards and one catch for four yards.  

WR/TE:  Andre Johnson collected nine receptions for 146 yards and a touchdown.  Kevin Walter had six catches for 90 yards and a touchdown.  David Anderson caught two passes for 27 yards and tight end Joel Dreessen two catches for 24 yards. 

DEF: Two sacks, 31 points and 491 total yards allowed.


QB:  David Garrard was great, connecting on 24 of 31 attempts for 342 yards and two touchdowns while gaining 35 yards on seven scrambles.

RB:  Maurice Jones-Drew carried 24 times for 100 yards and two touchdowns and two receptions for 23 yards.     

WR:  Mike Thomas was awesome, catching eight passes for 149 yards and the game winning 50-yard touchdown.  He also rushed two times for 18 yards.  Tight end Zach Miller caught four passes for 79 yards and a score, while the other tight end Marcedes Lewis made five receptions for 53 yards.  Mike Sims-Walker caught three passes for 26 yards. 

DEF:  One fumble recovery, 395 total yards and 24 points allowed.




QB:  Vince Young was only nine of 18 attempts for 92 yards and one touchdown and one interception. He had two scrambles for 14 yards.  Kerry Collins completed nine of 20 passes 51 yards before leaving the game due to the swollen finger on his throwing hand. 

RB:  Chris Johnson carried 17 times for 117 yards and a touchdown with one reception for seven yards.

WR/TE:  Tight end Bo Scaife was tops with seven catches for 51 yards.  Randy Moss caught one pass for 26 yards.  Nate Washington had caught three passes for 26 yards and a touchdown.

DEF:  One sack, one interception and 404 total yards and 29 points allowed.


QB:  Chad Pennington completed one pass for 19 yards before exiting the game with a shoulder injury.  Chad Henne played most of the game, connecting on 19 of 28 for 240 yards and one touchdown with one interception before leaving the game with a shoulder injury.  Third-string Tyler Thigpen finished the game, completing four of six passes for 64 yards and the game-winning touchdown.

RB: Ricky Williams carried 11 times for 64 yards with two receptions for six yards and Ronnie Brown had 12 carries for 11 yards and a touchdown.  

WR/TE:  Tight end Anthony Fasaano led Miami with five catches for 107 yards and a touchdown.  Brian Hartline caught five for 98 yards.  Patrick Cobbs had three receptions for 35 yards and a touchdown.  Brandon Marshall had just three catches for 34 yards.

DEF:  Two sacks, one interception, two fumble recoveries, 259 total yards and 17 points allowed.




QB: QB Josh Freeman completed 18-of-24 attempts and passed for 241 yards and two TDs. The 2nd year QB has passed for two TDs in back-to-back games.

RB: Rookie LeGarrette Blount rushed 19 times for 91 yards and a score, but did not catch any passes. Carnell Williams finished with 62 yards and a TD and added 23 yards on two receptions. Most of Williams' yards came via 45 yard gain when the Bucs were running out the clock.

WR: Rookie Mike Williams led the team with 68 yards on four receptions. Fellow Rookie Arrelious Benn scored his second TD of the season while gaining 29 yards. Benn has scored in each of the last two games.

TE: Kellen Winslow caught six passes for 65 yards and a TD. John Gilmore chipped in with 52 yards on three receptions.

DEF: The Bucs had two sacks and one fumble recovery and held the Panthers to 16 points.


QB: Rookie Jimmy Clausen couldn't do much against the Bucs, he finished with just 191 yards on 16 completions.

RB:  With DeAngelo Williams (foot) and Jonathan Stewart (concussion) both out, Mike Goodson got the start and reached 100 yards for the first time in his career. Goodson also caught three passes for 13 yards.  Josh Vaughan rushed for seven yards but managed to cross the goal-line on one of his three carries.

WR: Steve Smith, David Gettis, and Brandon LaFell all finished with three receptions. Smith led the team with 47 yards, Gettis had 42 yards, and LaFell finished with 36 yards.

TE: Dante Rosario had two catches for 24 yards.

DEF: The Panthers had one sack and recovered two fumbles.




QB: Kyle Orton helped the Broncos dominate the Chiefs by throwing for 296 yards and four TDs (ties a career high) on 22 completions. Orton threw three TDs in the 1st Quarter. Tim Tebow made the most of his only passing attempt by throwing a three yard TD. Tebow also scored on a run play.

RB: Knowshon Moreno had his first 100 yard rushing game of the season. He gained 106 yards on the ground and added 50 yards, plus a score on three receptions.  Fullback Spencer Larsen caught one pass for a three-yard TD.

WR: Brandon Lloyd continues to make the case for the surprise player of the year with another great performance in Week 10. Lloyd caught six passes for 90 yards and two TDs. Jabar Gaffney also scored and added 57 yards on three receptions. Rookie Demaryius Thomas finished with three receptions for 51 yards. Eddie Royal caught five passes for 39 yards.

TE: None of the Broncos Tight Ends had a reception.

DEF: The Broncos had four sacks and recovered one fumble that they returned for a TD. 


QB: The Chiefs were down early which translated into 53 passing attempts for Matt Cassel. He finished with a season high 469 yards and 4 TDs. Cassel has nine TDs in his last three games.

RB: Jamaal Charles didn't do much on the ground (41 yards) but did a lot of damage through the air. He finished with five receptions for 80 yards and a TD. Thomas Jones was ineffective, rushing four times for three yards and catching one pass for 19 yards.

WR: Dwayne Bowe had one of the best games of his career, catching 13 passes for 186 yards and 2 TDs. Bowe is now one of four players with nine TDs on the season, which is leading the NFL. Terrance Copper grabbed five passes for 55 yards. Veteran Chris Chambers had four receptions for 36 yards and a TD.

TE:  Rookie Tony Moeaki had just one catch for 34 yards.

DEF: The Chiefs had a lot of zeroes on Defense. No sacks, INTs, or fumble recoveries.




QB: A week after missing a game with a concussion, Matt Hasselbeck bounced back with a 333 yard, one TD performance. But a broken bone in his wrist, forced Hasselbeck out of the game.  Charlie Whitehurst entered the game for the injured Veteran and passed for 53 yards on four completions, he also had one INT.

RB: Justin Forsett led the team with 64 yards and a score on nine rushing attempts. He added 31 yards on three receptions. Marshawn Lynch chipped in with a TD and 29 yards on 13 rushing attempts. Lynch caught two passes for 33 yards.

WR: Mike Williams had his third game this season with double-digit receptions and second game of more than 100 yards. He finished with 145 yards on 11 catches. Deon Butler had 66 yards and a TD on four catches. Ben Obomanu also had four receptions, he gained 60 yards.

TE: Chris Baker had two catches for 51 yards.

DEF:  The Seahawks sacked Derek Anderson give times and intercepted one of his passes. They also recovered a fumble.


QB: Derek Anderson completed 23-of-45 attempts for 322 yards, one TD, and one INT. His 322 yards was his highest total of the season.

RB: With Beanie Wells inactive, Tim Hightower saw a big increase in his workload. He rushed for 39 yards and a TD and added 23 yards from two receptions.

WR: Steve Breaston led the team with 98 yards, Larry Fitzgerald had a team high seven receptions, and Early Doucet had the team's only TD reception. Fitzgerald finished with 91 yards, Doucet gained 71 yards.

TE: Ben Patrick caught just one pass for 11 yards.

DEF: The Cardinals had two sacks and one INT.




QB: Jon Kitna averaged an amazing 25 yards-per-pass while leading the Cowboys to their first victory under Interim Head Coach Jason Garrett. Kitna finished with 327 yards, three TDs, and one Interception.

RB: Felix Jones did most of his damage on a 71 yard screen play that he converted for a TD. He finished with 51 yards on the ground and finished with 85 receiving yards. Marion Barber rushed eight times for 47 yards.

WR: Rookie Dez Bryant outperformed Veterans Roy Williams and Miles Austin for the second consecutive week. Bryant led the team with 104 yards and a TD. Austin finished with 68 yards and a score on just two receptions. Roy Williams gained just 33 yards.

TE: Jason Witten was a non-factor, he caught just one pass for seven yards.

DEF: The Cowboys picked off two of Eli Manning's passes and returned one for a Touchdown. They also recovered one of Manning's fumbles.


QB: Eli Manning passed for 373 yards and two TDs, but also had a fumble and two interceptions. Manning is leading the NFL with 19 TD passes and has five straight multi-TD performances.

RB: Ahmad Bradshaw combined for 135 yards (73 rushing-62 receiving) but didn't find the end-zone for the 5th time this season. Brandon Jacobs was ineffective, rushing for just 17 yards and catching two passes for 11 yards.

WR: Hakeem Nicks caught five passes for 82 yards but didn't score for the first time in three games. Mario Manningham did a terrific job filling in for the injured Steve Smith. Manningham caught 10 passes for 91 yards and a TD.

TE: Kevin Boss caught his second TD of the season and gained 81 yards from five receptions.

DEF: The Giants had just one sack and one INT. They also blocked an Extra Point.




QB: Troy Smith got his second straight start and finished with a career high 356 yards and one TD.

RB: Frank Gore rushed 22 times for 87 yards and one TD. He also caught three passes which he converted for 67 yards.

WR: Michael Crabtree had the team's only TD reception; he finished with 61 yards on four receptions. Josh Morgan caught one pass for 65 yards.

TE: Delanie Walker had four receptions for a team high 80 yards. Vernon Davis wasn't that far behind Walker, he also caught four passes for 79 yards.

DEF: The 49ers sacked Rookie QB Sam Bradford three times.


QB: Sam Bradford continues to impress during his Rookie campaign; he finished with 251 yards and one TD on 30 completions.

RB: Steven Jackson got his first rushing TD of the season while gaining 81 yards on 20 attempts. Jackson also caught eight passes for 67 yards

WR: Danny Amendola caught the team's only TD pass and finished with seven receptions for 51 yards. Brandon Gibson led the team with 72 yards and eight receptions. Laurent Robinson had two catches for 24 yards.

TE: Michael Hoomanawanui  caught two passes for 20 yards.

DEF: The Rams sacked Troy Smith five times.




QB: Tom Brady had his best game of the season during the team's win over the Steelers. Brady passed for 3 TDs and also ran in a score. He finished with 350 yards on 30 completions.

RB: BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed 18 times for 87 yards and caught four passes for 36 yards. Danny Woodhead combined for 33 yards.

WR: Wes Welker looked somewhat of his typical self, catching eight passes for 89 yards. Deion Branch finished with 71 yards on seven receptions. Brandon Tate chipped in 50 yards on two receptions.

TE: Rob Gronkowski, caught three Touchdown passes and finished with 72 yards and five receptions.

DEF: The Patriots sacked Tom Brady five times and also picked off one of his passed which they returned for a TD.


QB: Ben Roethlisberger threw for 387 yards and 3 TDs in Pittsburgh's Week 10 loss to the Patriots. He had one interception. Big Ben now has 9 TDs in his first five games since returning to the team in Week 5.

RB: Rashard Mendenhall rushed for just 50 yards and hasn't rushed for over 100 yards since Week 3. Mewelde Moore gained just 14 yards on the ground but finished with 79 yards on five receptions.

WR: Mike Wallace had an outstanding game, catching eight passes for 136 yards and two TDs. Antwaan Randle El caught five passes for 66 yards. Emmanuel Sanders caught five passes for 41 yards and a TD. Hines Ward left the game in the 1st Quarter with a concussion.

TE: Heath Miller finished with five grabs for 60 yards.

DEF: The Steelers couldn't stop the Patriots on Offense and came away with zero turnovers and sacks.

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