By Keegan Godwin (TheLorian)
Week 10 showed no signs of action slowing down throughout the league.
Thursday Night Football showcased a dominant performance from the Indianapolis Colts against the Tennessee Titans in an AFC South battle for first. Utilizing five different rushing options, the Colts were able to continue their breakout season and move to 6-3 on the season.
Sunday afternoon featured some great matchups between the Miami Dolphins and the Los Angeles Charges, as LA loses another one possession game as they fall to 2-7 on the year. This game featured the battle of the rookies between Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert. Both threw for two touchdowns and over 150 yards.
On the other side of Los Angeles, the Rams battled the Seahawks at home in a highly anticipated game for MVP candidate Russel Wilson. In a shock, Wilson threw for two interceptions and no touchdowns, as the Seahawks lost 16-23 and have now lost their last three of four. After a strong start to the season, many are wondering if the Seahawks offense can make up for the horrendous defense. The Rams are now tied for first in the NFC West with the Seahawks as both teams sit at 6-3 on the year.
In the offensive showdown between the Buffalo Bills and the Arizona Cardinals, two of the best quarterbacks in the league balled out. Bills quarterback Josh Allen threw for two touchdowns and nearly 300 yards while Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray threw for 245 yards and totaled three touchdowns on the night. Murray’s only touchdown throw was a last-second Hail Mary to wide receiver Deandre Hopkins to win the game 32-30. Hopkins, who was recently traded from the Houston Texans to Arizona, totaled up 127 yards on seven targets. Fans took to Twitter to clown the Texans for trading away Hopkins for running back David Johnson and second round pick as the Texans sit at 2-7 on the season.
Week 11 will feature no shortage of action as the red-hot Cardinals will take on the struggling Seahawks on Thursday night. Will Russel Wilson be able to rebound and put himself back on the top spot for MVP candidate? Or will Kyler Murray put his name in the conversation?