NFL scores, Week 10: Panthers make statement vs. 49ers, Broncos hold on vs. Chargers

Several divisional games have major playoff implications in Week 10 of the NFL.

As the NFL schedule enters the second half, there are major playoff implications at stake in several of this week's games. From the slim hopes for both the Raiders and Giants to the showdown on Sunday night featuring the Cowboys and Saints, here's this week's slate of games and score updates.


Eagles 27, Packers 13  (Full Coverage)

Jaguars 29, Titans 27  (Full Coverage)

Bills 10, Steelers 23  (Full Coverage)

Raiders 20, Giants 24  (Full Coverage)

Rams 38, Colts (Full Coverage)

Seahawks 33, Falcons 10  (Full Coverage)

Bengals 17, Ravens 20  (Full Coverage)

Lions 21, Bears 19 (Full Coverage)

Panthers 10, 49ers 9   (Full Coverage)

Texans 24, Cardinals 27  (Full Coverage)

Broncos 28, Chargers 20  (Full Coverage)

Cowboys 17, Saints 49  (Full Coverage)


Dolphins at Buccaneers, 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN (Full Coverage)


Vikings 34, Redskins 27 (Full Coverage)

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