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There were a few upsets during the week 10 NFL schedule and very few teams looked overly impressive. Take a look below and let us know what you think about the report card grade your favorite NFL team received in our weekly review.
Arizona Cardinals (won 27-24 at home against the Houston Texans)
The Texans are still a decent team and this home win was huge for Arizona.
Atlanta Falcons (lost 10-33 at home against the Seattle Seahawks)
This Falcons team is terrible on both sides of the ball right now.
Baltimore Ravens (won 20-17 at home against the Cincinnati Bengals)
Beating the Bengals is nice but Baltimore looked terrible doing so.
Buffalo Bills (lost 10-23 on the road against the Pittsburgh Steelers)
Pittsburgh has big issues so a double digit road loss against them doesn’t reflect well.
Carolina Panthers (won 10-9 on the road against the San Francisco 49ers)
Carolina’s defense might be the best in the NFL, but the offense is a question mark.
Chicago Bears (lost 19-21 at home against the Detroit Lions)
The Bears finally get something from their defense and still can’t win.
Cincinnati Bengals (lost 17-20 on the road against the Baltimore Ravens)
Cincinnati was the better team but silly mistakes caused them to lose.
Cleveland Browns (bye week)
Dallas Cowboys (lost 17-49 on the road against the New Orleans Saints)
Playing at New Orleans is tough but Dallas had nothing at all in this game.
Denver Broncos (won 28-20 on the road against the San Diego Chargers)
A nice road win for Denver but they struggled to hold on late.
Detroit Lions (won 21-19 on the road against the Chicago Bears)
It wasn’t always pretty but a road win over the Bears still carries weight.
Green Bay Packers (lost 13-27 at home against the Philadelphia Eagles)
Aaron Rodgers can’t get healthy quick enough.
Houston Texans (lost 24-27 on the road against the Arizona Cardinals)
It’s tough to win in the desert and Houston is an improving team.
Indianapolis Colts (lost 8-38 at home against the St. Louis Rams)
Thanks for showing up Indy. Better luck next week.
Jacksonville Jaguars (won 29-27 on the road against the Tennessee Titans)
The Jaguars are the only team in the NFL that can look this horrible while winning.
Kansas City Chiefs (bye week)
Miami Dolphins (lost 19-22 on the road against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Miami is making a case to be one of the 3 worst NFL teams in the 2nd half.
Minnesota Vikings (won 34-27 at home against the Washington Redskins)
The defense is still terrible but the offense seems to be finding a rhythm.
New England Patriots (bye week)
New Orleans Saints (won 49-17 at home against the Dallas Cowboys)
The Saints played well on both sides of the ball against a team they were supposed to beat.
New York Giants (won 24-20 at home against the Oakland Raiders)
New York is still shaky on offense but isn’t as bad as Oakland.
New York Jets (bye week)
Oakland Raiders (lost 20-24 on the road against the New York Giants)
The Raiders are one of the 5 worst teams in the NFL and that won’t change this year.
Philadelphia Eagles (won 27-13 on the road against the Green Bay Packers)
Green Bay didn’t have their star quarterback but this was the best the Eagles have played all season.
Pittsburgh Steelers (won 23-10 at home against the Buffalo Bills)
The offense still has problems but this was a quality team win.
San Diego Chargers (lost 20-28 at home against the Denver Broncos)
The Chargers gave the Broncos a scare but ultimately made too many mistakes.
San Francisco 49ers (lost 9-10 at home against the Carolina Panthers)
The 49ers simply can’t move the ball without a healthy offense.
Seattle Seahawks (won 33-10 on the road against the Atlanta Falcons)
A nice road win over one of the worst teams in the NFL.
St. Louis Rams (won 38-8 on the road against the Indianapolis Colts)
The Rams were excellent on both sides of the ball in a tough road environment.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (won 22-19 at home against the Miami Dolphins)
The Buccaneers still have plenty of problems but they played well enough here.
Tennessee Titans (lost 27-29 at home against the Jacksonville Jaguars)
You lose to the Jaguars, especially at home, you get an “F”.
Washington Redskins (lost 27-34 on the road against the Minnesota Vikings)
The defense is as bad as last year and the offense isn’t able to carry their weight anymore.