Week 10 Fantasy Football Blog


It’s Week 10 and if Week 9 showed us anything, it’s that nearly anything can happen in the NFL on any given Sunday. Can’t watch the games today? Follow along with Lauren Carpenter as she keeps you up-to-date with all of the big plays, scores, and turnovers during the 1:00 and 4:00 pm ET games

INACTIVES

Kyler Murray

DeAndre Hopkins

Ben Roethlisberger

Chase Claypool

Alvin Kamara

Marlon Mack

Curtis Samuel

Jamaal Williams

Antonio Brown

Rob Gronkowski

Nick Chubb

Damien Harris

1:00 pm ET

Falcons – Cowboys

Saints – Titans

Jaguars – Colts

Browns – Patriots

Bills – Jets

Lions – Steelers

Buccaneers – Washington

(2:37) The Lions opened up the third quarter with a rushing touchdown (no, not from Swift) but from Godwin Igwebuike. Sure. It was a 42-yard run that just broke the hearts of fantasy managers everywhere.

(2:34) WR Corey Davis just fumbled the Bills take back over on offense with less than ten seconds left in the half.

(2:25) Diggs hauled in the touchdown for the Bills right before halftime, but the touchdown was taken off the board. Josh Allen went right back to Diggs and this time the touchdown will stand.

(2:23) Stefon Diggs sighting! Diggs had a 57-yard play for the Bills while the Cowboys’ defense just blocked a kick and scooped it up to score against the Falcons. There was a foul on the extra point which brought the Cowboys even closer. Elliott rushed in the two-point conversion. They have a hearty 36-3 lead over the Falcons.

(2:20) A personal foul on Washington extended the half and allowed the Buccaneers to add three points on a field goal. Tampa still trails 16-6 heading into halftime.

(2:15) Third and goal for the Lions… Swift was bottled up by the Steelers defense. The Lions kicked a field goal to tie the game as time expired in the first half.

Another play for the Titans, another flag. After the defensive pass interference call, Tannehill took it in himself for a short-yardage rushing touchdown.

Story continues

Lamb just scored his second touchdown for the Cowboys on a nine-yard pass from Prescott.

(2:13) The Titans seem to be allergic to the end zone right now. TE Anthony Firkser was guilty of a false start which took away a possible score from WR A.J. Brown. They are looking at second and goal with 1:50 left to play in the first half.

(2:10) Taylor Heinicke was nearly picked off after a pass attempt to Carter. He did connect with Ricky Seals-Jones and he looks like he is injured, grabbing his leg.

Ryan Tannehill was just intercepted in the end zone, but there is a flag… roughing the passer on the Saints and the Titans are saved an interception.

(2:08) The Browns defense just gave the Patriots a fresh set of downs after a defensive pass interference call. The Patriots lead 21-7 with touchdowns from Hunter Henry, Stevenson, and Bourne.

(1:57) Najee Harris just had a rushing touchdown called back on an offensive penalty.

Michael Gallup, fully healthy, just made a big catch for the Cowboys to get them on the one-yard line against the Falcons. Elliott rushed in the touchdown and the Cowboys lead 21-3 over the Falcons.

(1:56) Mac Jones hit Kendrick Bourne for a Patriots score against the Browns.

INJURY UPDATE: Terry McLaurin and Chase Young are both in the locker room and are questionable to return. Two big losses for Washington.

(1:51) The Titans tied up the game against the Saints 6-6 with a field goal. Remember, the Smith TD was followed by a missed extra point kick.

(1:46) Ezekiel Elliott has a touchdown as called on the field, but the play is under review.

(1:44) The Lions are keeping pace with the Steelers after a long punt return from Khalif Raymond that set up a touchdown run for … Jermar Jefferson. My apologies to the Swift managers.

(1:41) Trevor Siemian found WR Tre’Quan Smith for a Saints touchdown. They take the lead over Tennessee 6-3 after the extra point was no good.

(1:38) The Cowboys went for it on fourth down and completed to Lamb for a first down in the red zone.

DeAndre Carter (who we all started, I am sure) just scored a 20-yard receiving touchdown for Washington against the Buccaneers.

Jamal Agnew just broke off a huge, 66-yard run for a Jaguars touchdown.

(1:33) Rudolph just threw an interception to the Lions and they take over with decent field position near the 50-yard line. Mayfield also just threw an interception and Rhamondre Stevenson capitalized with a New England touchdown.

(1:28) With Julio Jones on IR Marcus Johnson just had a 50-yard play for the Titans. Jeremy McNichols just missed a touchdown pass and they have to settle for a field goal from Randy Bullock.

Taylor is already having a huge game and he just added a touchdown on a four-yard run. He has a rushing touchdown in seven consecutive games.

(1:27) Oh no, Tom Brady was just intercepted by the Washington Football Team on a pass attempt to WR Mike Evans.

(1:23) Mason Rudolph is in for Ben Roethlisberger who is on the COVID-19 reserve list. He has a good rapport with Diontae Johnson and James Washington and he found Washington for a Steelers touchdown against the Lions.

(1:20) Jets just turned the ball over to Buffalo. It will be an uphill battle for New York in this matchup. Younghoe Koojust made a field goal for the Falcons and Joey Slye just kicked a field goal for Washington.

(1:16) The Colts defense just added a touchdown to their score against the Jaguars with a blocked punt the was returned for a TD by E.J. Speed. Probably one of the best names in the NFL.

(1:09) Of course! It’s Matt Breida with a 15-yard receiving touchdown for the Bills. Ugh. Meanwhile, the Colts added three points with a field goal.

Baker Mayfield was nearly picked off in the end zone. Facing fourth-down, the Browns decided to go for it. Mayfield found TE Austin Hooper who made a nice catch for the score

(1:07) Dak Prescott just hit Lamb on a 13-yard pass for a Dallas touchdown.

(1:04) Colts RB Jonathan Taylor just opened up with a big, 34-yard run and Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb just had a 37-yard play against the Falcons.



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