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The Patriots dominated the Jets on Sunday Night Football and took control of the AFC East, just like every other year. Meanwhile, Rex Ryan and the Jets look lost in November. Just like every other year. But there's a twist.
Plus: Beware of the 49ers and Bears, that new Cowboys t-shirt, Mike Smith keeps it real, the photo of the season, and more.
Tim Tebow completes two passes and the Broncos win, New England creates distance in the AFC East, the Eagles collapse continues and more in this week's NFL Debrief.
With Week 10 of the NFL schedule almost in the books, SBNation Medical Expert Dr. Ali Mohamadi discusses some of the most significant injuries from this weekend’s games so far, and their potential impact:
Matthew Stafford did not have a very good day for the Detroit Lions on Sunday. Despite the fact that he threw for 329 yards, Stafford threw a shocking four interceptions, including two pick sixes that effectively ended the game in the third quarter. It was uncharacteristic for Stafford, who despite some inconsistent play, has largely had a good season. There may be an explanation for his erratic throws, however. Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press passed along the info that Stafford has a fractured index finger on his throwing hand.
There's a bit of a catch here, though. He didn't sustain the injury during this game. He actually picked up the injury against Denver, then played this week. He was listed as probable with an injured finger on the injury report, so this isn't a terribly stunning revelation, but it seemed like the injury was affecting him during the game.
Stafford threw the ball an astonishing 63 times in this game with an injury that the coaching staff knew about. Jim Schwartz will probably catch a bit of criticism for this during the week.
For more on the Lions, visit Pride of Detroit. SB Nation has you covered for the rest of Week 10 in the NFL: check out all the Week 10 NFL news and scores, catch up on the Week 10 fantasy stats, and see the Week 10 NFL video highlights.
The Chicago Bears paid back the Detroit Lions for an early season loss with a blowout of their own. And things got feisty late.
One week after Joe Flacco led the Ravens to a dramatic comeback victory over the Steelers, Baltimore lost to Seattle.
San Francisco just keeps winning. With defense and special teams brilliance, the Niners defeated the Giants in Week 10.
The Detroit Lions are not having a very good day. Matthew Stafford has thrown a couple of pick sixes and his teammates aren't exactly giving him a lot of help. Perhaps frustrated with his fourth interception, Stafford took down Chicago Bears defensive back D.J. Moore while they were both in pursuit.
Moore, apparently annoyed Stafford took him down by the head, reacted by pouncing on Stafford after the play had been blown dead. Unfortunately for Moore, Stafford was surrounded by teammates, who quickly got involved, starting a mini scrum in an increasingly chippy game. Here's the wonderful video.
Moore was ejected on the play, the only player tossed out of the game. He definitely deserved it, but it wouldn't have been surprising to see a couple of Lions get the boot, as well.
Chicago Bears cornerback Chris Tillman picked up his first interception of the season against the Lions today. Tillman returned it 44 yards for a touchdown that gave the Bears a 34-6 lead over their division rivals, the Detroit Lions. Check out the video of Tillman’s pick six right here.
Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford was trying to connect with Calvin Johnson on a short pass to the left side of the field when Tillman made the interception. That was Stafford’s second interception of the game. Both picks have been costly for the Lions. Minutes before Tillman’s interception, Stafford was picked off by safety Major Wright who returned it 24 yards for a score.
Chicago has three touchdowns from their defense and special teams. Besides the two interception returns, all-universe return man Devin Hester scored an 82-yard punt-return touchdown.
Stafford is struggling, and the Bears have locked up Calvin Johnson, who has just 37 receiving yards on five catches.
The Seattle Seahawks lost wide receiver Doug Baldwin to a head injury late in the second quarter of a home game against the Baltimore Ravens. Ravens cornerback Chris Carr collided with Baldwin who was being targeted on a deep throw from quarterback Tarvaris Jackson. Baldwin left the game. His return is questionable.
Baldwin caught a highlight-worthy 50-yard pass from Jackson earlier in the game. It was his only catch of the day. Despite just one catch, Baldwin’s 50 receiving yards are tied with running back Marshawn Lynch as the most for any Seattle player in the game so far.
Seattle is working on an upset over the Baltimore Ravens, leading the game 22-7 with less than two minutes remaining in the third quarter. Five field goals and a rushing score from Lynch have been the difference for the Seahawks who hope to hold on for just their third win of the season.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has two fumbles in an NFC North battle against the Detroit Lions. His last fumble late in the second quarter caused a slight delay as officials had to defer to the video review team to determine whether or not it was an incomplete pass or a fumble. It was eventually ruled a fumble, which Chicago was fortunate enough to get back thanks to everyone else on the field thinking it was an incomplete pass.
See for yourself in the video.
Cutler actually batted the ball forward after Avril forced the fumble on the sack. The Bears missed a field goal a few plays later before packing it in for the locker room.
Chicago leads Detroit by a score of 20-6 to start the third quarter. Cutler has 123 passing yards on nine completions in 16 attempts. Matt Forte has Chicago’s lone offensive touchdown, but Devin Hester has been more than helpful on special teams.
San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore is dealing with a sore ankle. Gore was on the sidelines to start the second half, replaced by rookie running back Kendall Hunter. So far, reports are that the 49ers are just playing it cautious with Gore, resting his ankle and letting the capable rookie take over for a series. According to John Clayton of ESPN, the injury does not appear to be serious.
Gore struggled in the first half. He went into the locker room with zero yards on six carries through the first two quarters of the game.
Gore was nursing a sore ankle after San Francisco’s win over Washington last week. The team did not believe it to be a serious injury, but they did take an X-ray just to be sure.
Gore’s status for the remainder of the game is not clear. San Francisco is fighting for most of their offensive yardage through the air.
One big stop after a day full of poor defensive play was enough to give the Saints a big win over the Falcons.
The St. Louis Rams beat the Cleveland Browns after a botched fourth quarter field goal attempt.
Chris Johnson has a breakout game and the Titans defense shuts down Cam Newton.
Philadelphia blew another fourth-quarter lead on the way to a 21-17 loss that dropped it to 3-6 on the season.
Reggie Bush led the Dolphins attack punching in two touchdowns, including a score in the fourth quarter to close out the win. Miami quarterback Matt Moore completed 20 of 29 pass attempts, and found wide receiver Brandon Marshall seven times for 98 yards.
The Redskins turned back to Rex Grossman after the John Beck experiment proved unsuccessful. Grossman was less than inspiring, throwing two interceptions and zero touchdowns. That makes six picks and no touchdowns for Grossman in his last two starts.
The Dolphins improve to 2-7 with the win. The loss drops the Redskins to 3-6.
For more on the Redskins, visit SB Nation's blog Hogs Haven. For more on the Dolphins, visit SB Nation's blog Phinsider. SB Nation has you covered for the rest of Week 10 in the NFL: check out all the Week 10 NFL news and scores, catch up on the Week 10 fantasy stats, including Arian Foster's big day, and see the Week 10 NFL video highlights, from Jonathan Baldwin's insane non-catch to Tim Tebow's miracle throw, in our dedicated StoryStreams, and head to SB Nation's NFL hub any time for plenty more on the league.
Arian Foster had nearly 200 total yards and two touchdowns in Houston's rout of the Buccaneers.
Tim Tebow led an unorthodox Denver offense to his third win as a starter in 2011. And he did it almost entirely on the ground.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick took a nasty hit in the back from Arizona Cardinals linebacker Paris Lennon. Vick was scrambling and did not slide when Lennon hit him from behind in the lower part of his back. Vick was down with what looked like a hip injury, though he took a helmet directly to his kidney. His status is unknown. Vince Young took over for Vick after the injury.
The Eagles capped off the drive with a field goal that gave them a 17-14 lead over the Cardinals.
The Eagles announced that Vick just had the wind knocked out of him and will return to the game. See the Vick hit right here.
Vick has completed 14 of 29 passes for 108 yards and one interception. He has not thrown a touchdown today. On the ground, Vick has rushed seven times for 71 yards.
Arizona is driving with two minutes left to play.
A.J. Green's touchdown catch wasn't enough for the Bengals, who fell to the Steelers, 24-17, in Week 10.
Look at Reggie Bush. The Dolphins running back had two touchdowns on Sunday vs. the Redskins, continuing his recent strong play that has football fans and fantasy experts taking notice. Bush finished with two touchdowns and 51 total yards in a 20-9 win.
Check out this pitch the Miami ran in the fourth quarter because it's basically what everyone thought Bush would do when New Orleans drafted the Heisman Trophy winner with the second overall pick in the 2006 draft.
Bush comes in motion, takes a pitch, then cuts upfield and explodes past the line of scrimmage and through the Redskins defense. The touchdown gave the Dolphins a 20-9 lead in the fourth quarter, putting Miami's second win of the season on ice.
Here is Bush's line over his last three games:
• @ Giants on 10/30 — 15 carries for 103 yards
• @ Chiefs on 11/6 — 13 carries for 92 yards and 1 TD, 3 catches for 50 yards
• vs. Redskins on 11/13 — 14 carries for 47 rushing yards and 2 TDs
Tony Romo threw for three touchdowns, and Dallas' defense clamped down on the Bills in a 44-7 laugher.
Ryan Fitzpatrick is one of those quarterbacks who seems to have been playing a bit over his head. Sunday was just the latest example of his crashing back to earth. The Buffalo Bills quarterback has had a rough day, throwing three interceptions, with the second being returned for a touchdown by Terence Newman. On the next series, Fitzpatrick was picked off at the goal line.
It's been that kind of day for Fitzpatrick, who is having easily his worst game of the season. Barring a massive turnaround, he'll throw for fewer than 200 yards for the second straight week and throw more interceptions than touchdowns for the second straight week.
His second pick made the score 44-7, while his final interception capped an entirely forgettable day. He has now tossed nine interceptions in the past five weeks.
The Arizona Cardinals have tied the Philadelphia Eagles thanks to wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, who else. Fitzgerald and quarterback John Skelton connected for Fitz’s second touchdown of the game to make it 14-14. That catch also put Fitzgerald in the record books. It was his 70th touchdown catch which gives him the franchise record for receiving touchdowns.
Here is the video of Fitzgerald’s second touchdown catch.
Fitzgerald now has five catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns. Prior to this game, Fitzgerald had just three touchdowns all season. Today, he is having a breakout game with backup quarterback John Skelton filling in for the injured Kevin Kolb. Do we smell a quarterback controversy brewing in Arizona? Stay tuned.
The Jaguars didn't do a lot, but it was more than enough to dust the moribund Colts.
After completing just one pass through the first three quarters vs. the Chiefs, Tebow dropped back and fired an absolute strike to wide receiver Eric Decker for a 56-yard touchdown pass to give the Broncos a 17-7 lead against Kansas City.
"Just when I thought you couldn't possibly be any dumber, you go and do something like this... and totally redeem yourself!" -- Harry Dunne, Dumb & Dumber, calling this pass in 1994:
That'll do, Tim. That'll do.
Get the full picture of Tebow's up-and-down and FROM OUTER SPACE day by clicking through the comprehensive Broncos vs. Chiefs StoryStream. For more on the Chiefs head over to Arrowhead Pride. For more on the Broncos, check out Mile High Report. Follow the rest of week 10 at SB Nation NFL.
Robert Meachem made a beautiful catch on a 33-yard touchdown pass from Drew Brees. That play gave New Orleans a 17-13 lead over the Atlanta Falcons, in a critical division battle in the NFC South. Check out Meachem’s catch right here.
Meachem ran a post pattern to the back of the end zone, reaching up to make the catch in man coverage. That was Meachum’s second catch of the game. Both grabs were big ones. He caught a 36-yard pass earlier in the game. He has two catches for 69 yards. That represents the biggest game for Meachem since the first week of the season, when he had 70 yards on five catches in a loss to the Packers.
It was the second touchdown pass for Drew Brees. The Saints quarterback has 240 passing yards, completing 20 of 29 throws in the game so far. He has not thrown an interception.
Our Sunday afternoon national nightmare/schadenfreude is over: Tim Tebow has completed a pass attempt.
Tebow's completion-less streak lasted deep into the third quarter, but the Broncos quarterback finally found a receiver, Matt Willis, for a 13-yard gain with less than four minutes left in the third quarter.
Prior to that connection, Tebow's last completed pass came with 6:38 left in the third quarter last week against Oakland. That's ... so long.
So after several unsuccessful shots down the field, how did Tebow complete a pass? Well:
That's just a real bummer. I mean, look:
Despite the inability (or unwillingness?) to pass the football, the Broncos took a lead into the fourth quarter against the Chiefs. Running back Lance Ball has rushed 19 times for 64 yards with Willis McGahee and Knowshon Moreno sidelined because of injury.
Tebow has rushed eight times for 44 yards, including a touchdown.
Snelling put the Falcons up on New Orleans by a score of 13-10 in the third quarter with this catch. Snelling caught a pass around the line of scrimmage and then spun, shrugged and bullied his way into the end zone over and around almost the entire Saints defense.
Do yourself a favor and check it out the highlight video:
In other Falcons news, wide receiver Julio Jones suffered a hamstring injury and his return is questionable, according to the team. Jones caught two touchdown passes next week, and the Falcons will need someone to step up in his absence. Snelling looks like a good candidate so far.
This could be bad news for both the Atlanta Falcons and fantasy football owners. Last week, the Falcons' 2011 first-round draft pick exploded against the Colts with three catches for 131 yards and two touchdowns.
Jones had two catches for just nine yards in a big game for Atlanta against division rival New Orleans with first place in the NFC South on the line.
Jason Snelling was also questionable for the Falcons. Snelling returned and caught a big touchdown pass to give the Falcons a 13-10 lead in the second half against the Saints.
The Buffalo Bills are not exactly having a great day, but you can bet you'll be hearing a lot about David Nelson's touchdown grab today. The Bills tight end caught his fourth touchdown of the season, and then gave the ball to a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. While that might seem like a weird thing to do when your team is down by a couple of touchdowns, it makes more sense when you realize that the cheerleader is Nelson's girlfriend.
It's a nice moment, even if it does seem a bit awkward. The cheerleader doesn't seem to know quite what do do with the football, as it's not a prop she can readily use. She also got a nice little hug for her troubles. You do have to wonder if this is necessarily a good thing for her, though, as fraternizing with the enemy tends to be frowned upon.
We SB Nation folks are trying to figure out this Broncos offense. Denver ran the ball 28 times in the first half and threw it four times. Tim Tebow did not complete one of those passes. Is this Pop Warner football? Did we time travel to the 1920s? Whatever is happening, it's working. The Broncos led the Chiefs 10-0 at halftime.
But just how long has it been since Denver completed a pass? Check this out:
Tebow > Passing.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback John Skelton connected with wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald for a 10-yard touchdown pass. That score tied their game with the Philadelphia Eagles at 7-7. It also put Larry Fitzgerald in the history books.
With that catch, Fitzgerald tied Roy Green for the most touchdown catches in the history of the Cardinals franchise with 69.
Fitzgerald has two catches for 52 yards in the game so far. That includes a big play for 42 yards earlier in the game. For the season, Fitzgerald has 646 yards on 38 catches and four touchdowns.
Skelton is playing in place of an injured Kevin Kolb for the second week in a row. This is also the second week in a row that he and Fitzgerald have connected for a touchdown pass. Kolb is out with a turf toe injury, suffered behind a struggling Cardinals offensive line that has offered little in the way of protection.
Here’s the video of Fitzgerald’s touchdown.
Jonathan Baldwin just made the catch of the year (so far). The Chiefs wide receiver made a circus grab, catching the football -- and Broncos safety Brian Dawkins. Honestly, it doesn't matter that a Denver penalty wiped out the catch. You want to watch this.
This is one of those Madden-Glitch receptions that needs to be seen to believed. Here's the video of the highlight catch before it gets sent to NFL Films to be set to terrific cello music.
Kissing Suzy Kolber's Mike Tunison said it best: "This Jonathan Baldwin catch won't be on the stat sheet, so we're gonna have to build a statue for it or something."
Still, the Chiefs trail the Broncos 10-0 at halftime -- and Denver has not completed a single pass in four attempts.
Cincinnati's A.J. Green is one of the finest rookies of the 2011 NFL Draft class, and already had a touchdown in the Bengals' Week 10 match-up with the Steelers when he was sent on an end-around late in the first half. That turned out to be a bad decision by Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden, because Green came up limping and left the game with some sort of injury.
Green had a 36-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter of the AFC North clash, his sixth score of the season, and appears headed to a 1,000-yard season that should make him one of the best candidates for Rookie of the Year honors. But an injury could certainly disrupt that march to recognition — and, what's more, it could screw up Cincinnati's surprising season. The Bengals have relied on their rookie connection of Andy Dalton and Green all year, but Green being hurt would leave the Cincinnati receiving corps perilously thin.
Arian Foster has had some amazing plays, but he managed to make this 78-yard touchdown look almost easy. The Houston Texans running back took a relatively mundane screen pass from Matt Schaub, broke one tackle, avoided another and then raced to the end zone. It was Schaub's second long touchdown throw of the afternoon.
What was so impressive about Foster's score was that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had no fewer than five players in position to make the tackle and none of them even got a solid hit on him. Two players appeared to get close enough to at least grab his jersey, but Foster's elusiveness made it look like he was almost playing a videogame. Impressive stuff from an impressive player.
Denver has already lost starting running back Willis McGahee to injury earlier in the game. McGahee hurt his hamstring and his return is questionable.
The Broncos are running the ball almost exclusively on Sunday against the Chiefs. Tim Tebow has thrown just one pass so far, but Denver leads 10-0 in Kansas City. Lance Ball is now getting the bulk of the carries for the Broncos who haven't gone away from the game plan even with this rash of injuries.
Tebow scored the first touchdown of the game on a 7-yard run. Tebow's eighth rushing touchdown of his career is the second-most in Broncos franchise history.
Laurent Robinson wasn't even supposed to start on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. Hopefully, his fantasy owners made the adjustment. Robinson just caught his second touchdown of the afternoon in place for the injured Miles Austin, this one a 58-yarder from Tony Romo. Robinson has just two catches in the game, but both went for touchdowns.
Speaking of Romo, you just gotta love this guy if you are a fantasy football player. Regardless of his real world value, he seems to put up huge numbers almost every week. In the first half, he already has three touchdowns and 179 yards. He's also 11 of 11 passing, in case you were wondering.
The Rams can’t catch a break, losing two key members of their secondary early against the Browns. From the team’s official Twitter account:
Considering the Browns are without Peyton Hillis and his primary backup Montario Hardesty, they probably entered this game with plans to rely on the passing game — and now, that just got easier.
But do they have the weapons to take advantage? The Browns came into the game averaging 207 passing yards per game, ranked 25th in the league. Colt McCoy has only 48 yards on 6-for-9 passing early in the second quarter. The Rams, meanwhile, came into the game with the league’s 12th-ranked pass defense.
AJ Green has been making a name for himself all year. With catches like this one against the Pittsburgh Steelers, you can bet he'll be talked about again. The Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver went over the back of two Steelers defenders to make this 36-yard touchdown catch.
The touchdown was Green's sixth of the season and this might be his best one. He did come down awkwardly, which put a bit of a scare into the moment, but he was able to walk off the field under his own power and appeared to be fine.
The St. Louis Rams expected to get something going on offense after trading for wide receiver Brandon Lloyd. So far, it’s paying dividends. On their second possession of the game, Brandon Lloyd’s hands made all the difference for the Rams.
Then, Bradford found Lloyd in the end zone to put the Rams on the board. It was just Bradford’s fourth touchdown of the season. The Rams used up five minutes of clock time on the drive that bled into the second quarter with the touchdown pass. It was a 69-yard drive with 10 plays, including Lloyd’s highlight catch, the kind of plays the Rams have been sorely missing all season.
Bradford is 6-for-9 with 74 yards and a touchdown. Lloyd has three catches for 38 yards and a touchdown.
Here is the video Lloyd’s touchdown catch.
Broncos running back Willis McGahee suffered a hamstring injury in the first quarter against the Chiefs on Sunday. McGahee went down without being hit, his leg appearing to give out -- his return is questionable according to the Denver Broncos official Twitter feed.
McGahee had 17 yards on four carries before going down. The Broncos are sticking almost exclusively to the run in the first half against the Chiefs, rushing the ball 14 times in the first quarter without attempting one pass. Obviously that will be tough to keep up without their primary back.
The Broncos marched down the field against the Chiefs on an 8-play, 57-yard drive ... without throwing a pass. Tebow capped the drive by rushing into the end zone from seven yards out. The score put the Broncos up 7-0 in the first quarter against Kansas City.
Here's the video highlight of the Tebow score:
The score marked Tebow's eighth career rushing touchdown, second-most in Broncos team history. He's got a little ways to go to get the record. Some guy named John Elway had 33 rushing touchdowns in Denver.
Tebow will need to carry the offense against the Chiefs on Sunday. Denver running backs Willis McGahee and Knowshon Moreno are both hurt. The Broncos will need Tebow to pass with all the injuries in the backfield.
The Texans jumped to a quick 6-0 lead when Matt Schaub found Jacoby Jones for an 80-yard touchdown on Houston’s first play from scrimmage. Neil Rackers missed the ensuing PAT, but let’s take a moment and let Nick Scurfield of HoustonTexans.com put Schaub’s pass in perspective:
The Texans had a chance to add to their lead, but Schaub threw an interception in the red zone on their next possession. Hey, you can’t be perfect all of the time.
Update: It wasn't an interception after all! The Texans challenged the ruling on the field and won. They still had to settle for a field goal, though.
For more on this game, visit Texans blog Battle Red Blog and Bucs blog Bucs Nation.
Jones was able to get behind the coverage as Matt Schaub rolled out to his right, caught a slightly under thrown pass, avoided a tackle and then raced to the end zone. It looked like a situation where the Bucs had lined up against the run and simply got caught over committed.
Dez Bryant may be a frustrating player to have as a teammate, but plays like this one against the Buffalo Bills make for an easy reminder why players put up with him. On the Dallas Cowboys' opening drive, quarterback Tony Romo under threw Bryant in the end zone. Bryant managed to reach over the back of Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin to score the 34-yard touchdown.
The score was Bryant's fifth of the season and continues what has been an up and down season for the mercurial receiver.
Everyone knew that the Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts wasn’t exactly the marquee matchup of week 10 in the NFL. The absurdity rose to a new level in the first 90 seconds of the game as both quarterbacks were intercepted.
Curtis Painter was picked off first, his second throw of the game. It was returned for eight yards by the Jags. One play later, Jags quarterback Blaine Gabbert was picked off by the Colts. They returned it for 12 yards. Naturally, the Colts punted after four plays.
Multiple outlets are reporting that Rex Grossman has been named the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback over John Beck for Week 10 against the Miami Dolphins. After the Redskins' loss in Week 9, head coach Mike Shanahan had said in the postgame press conference that Beck would remain the starter, but the embattled coach had an apparent change of heart over the weekend.
Beck has started the past three games, all Redskins losses, and has led the offense to a wimpy 11 points per game, including Shanahan's first career shutout in Week 8 against the Buffalo Bills. Before that, Grossman had started the season's first five games, throwing nine interceptions, culminating in a four-pick performance against the Eagles that led to his benching.
Coupled with the news that Ryan Torain is also starting, despite rookie Roy Helu's breakout performance last week, it's clear Shanahan is just rearranging deck chairs at this point. Never change, Shanny.
The Patriots and the Jets battle each other on Sunday night for first place in the AFC East and the inside track to the playoffs.
The Bills visit the Cowboys' opulent palace in an attempt to maintain control of their destiny in the tight AFC East race while the Cowboys are trying to climb back into the playoff picture.
The streaking Texans head to Tampa Bay to take on a Buccaneers team in desperate need of a victory.
The Giants visit the 49ers in a momentous matchup between two divisional leaders in the NFC.
The Carolina Panthers, coming off their bye week, host the Tennessee Titans and hope to turn Cam Newton's performances into so more wins.
The Cleveland Browns will once again be down to reserve running backs as they host the St. Louis Rams, who have a healthy Sam Bradford once again.
The Chicago Bears will look for revenge as they host the last team to beat them, the Detroit Lions.
The Atlanta Falcons host the New Orleans Saints on Sunday in a battle for NFC South supremacy. The Falcons are riding a three-game winning streak behind some strong running from Michael Turner.
The 3-5 Eagles hope to kickoff a second half playoff run with a win over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. Arizona may be without starting quarterback Kevin Kolb for a second straight week.
The Baltimore Ravens head to Seattle on Sunday hoping to prove that they can take care of business following an emotional win over the Steelers. The Seahawks will try to establish an offensive spark that has been missing all season.
Tim Tebow and the Broncos are coming off their come from behind win against the Oakland Raiders and look to take out another AFC West for, in the reeling Kansas City Chiefs.
Fresh off their bye week, the Jacksonville Jaguars will be looking to turn around their second half of the season. Meanwhile, the Indianapolis Colts will be still looking for their first win of the season.
The Dolphins, coming off their first win of the season, host the Redskins, losers of four straight games.
Sunday's matchup between the Steelers and the Bengals will hopefully shed some light on an AFC North that is as competitive as any division on the league. Pittsburgh is coming off its second loss to the Ravens this season.
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