NFL Week 10 Highlights: Biggest Stories & Moments

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The Sunday slate of Week 10 NFL games has given us plenty to discuss this Monday morning. The NFL is always bound to give fans more news than they can absorb.

From a triumphant return in Carolina to terrible football in Pittsburgh, here are the most significant moments from Week 10.


Superman Returns

“I’m back!” Cam Newton returned to the Carolina Panthers in a big way on Sunday, accounting for the first two touchdowns in a lopsided victory over the Cardinals. Cam’s return was an exciting welcome back for a player who still has the desire to play the game. Cam didn’t start the game under center, but it won’t be long before Carolina’s favorite son is announced QB 1.


A Team With No Name

The Washington Football Team pulled off a massive upset over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. While the Football Team lost their defensive star in Chase Young, the team still caused Tom Brady to have fits causing him to turn it over twice.

Taylor Heinicke continues to show flashes of a competent quarterback as the Football Team will celebrate this one all season.


The Worst Football Game Ever Played

The Detroit Lions finally didn’t add another loss to the column this week. They also didn’t add a win either. With the news of Ben Rothlisberger testing positive for Covid-19 on Saturday, the chances of this game being bad went up.

However, nobody expected the mess that ended in a tie that transpired in Pittsburgh.

Both teams need to move on from this one, and Lions coach Dan Campbell can have another burning of the tapes this week.


Does Bill Have His Next Star QB?

The video above shares the same feeling every member of Cleveland’s Dawg Pound had yesterday. The Patriots had an absolutely dominating performance in their surprising 45-7 victory over the Browns. Mac Jones seems to be figuring out this NFL quarterback thing. Sorry everyone else in the AFC East, Bill and the Pats don’t look like they will be down for long.


The Chiefs Got Their Grove Back

Everyone in sports media can take a break from something wrong with the Chiefs takes this week. Kansas City put on a show Sunday night, laying the smackdown on their AFC West rival, the Las Vegas Raiders.

The Chiefs are now back on top of the AFC West standings, and it feels as if Kansas City is heating up at the perfect moment.

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