NFL scores, schedule, live Week 10 updates: Josh Allen notched vs. Vikings;  Justin Fields burning down Lions

NFL scores, schedule, live Week 10 updates: Josh Allen notched vs. Vikings; Justin Fields burning down Lions

It’s week 10 of the 2022 NFL season, and we’re bringing you all the action and the biggest storylines throughout the day. The Week 10 slate features some fantastic matchups and storylines – starting with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Seattle Seahawks in Munich, Germany – and we’re here to help you watch it unfold. Check back often to find out everything you need to know.

Week 10 program

Thursday

Panthers 25, Falcons 15 (takeout)

Sunday

Buccaneers 21, Seahawks 16 (in Germany) (Takeaways)
Vikings at Bills, 1 p.m. ET (Gametracker)
Lions at Bears, 1 p.m. ET (Gametracker)
Jaguars at Chiefs, 1 p.m. ET (Gametracker)
Browns at Dolphins, 1 p.m. ET (Gametracker)
Texans at Giants, 1 p.m. ET (Gametracker)
Saints at Steelers, 1 p.m. ET (Gametracker)
Broncos at Titans, 1 p.m. ET (Gametracker)
Colts at Raiders, 4:05 p.m. ET (preview)
Cardinals at Rams, 4:25 p.m. ET (preview)
Cowboys at Packers, 4:25 p.m. ET (preview)
Chargers at 49ers, 8:20 p.m. ET (preview)

Monday

Commanders at the Eagles, 8:15 p.m. ET (preview)

Justin Fields continues to dominate

Believe it or not, the Bears’ offense has been a lot of fun to watch over the past few weeks. A big part of the entertainment value is that Justin Fields makes confusing plays with his legs, but he can also throw it. Along with his 74 rushing yards so far, he’s completed 10 of 14 passes for 154 yards and a pair of touchdowns to Cole Kmet.

Mostert heads into the end zone

Raheem Mostert is a smooth runner, which he showed by quietly weaving in and out of the Browns defense for the score from 24 yards out.

Killing the Texans defense

The Giants let the Texans trail in the first half, but another big play from Darius Slayton put New York firmly in control early in the third quarter. Despite his fall, Daniel Jones got the pass in the left dish. Slayton, with help from Houston’s helpless defense, did the rest en route to a 54-yard touchdown.

Josh Allen doing his thing

Josh Allen is looking great after nearly missing this contest with an elbow injury. He led the Bills to 24 points in the first half, including that 11-yard strike to Gabe Davis before intermission.

Let Russ cook?

188 meters? On only 11 achievements? He’s the Russell Wilson we loved watching in Seattle – when Pete Carroll let him cook – and he’s back against the Titans. Here’s the biggest play of the first half: a throw and a catch from 66 yards. to undrafted rookie Jalen Virgil.

Killed on a dime

Tua Tagovailoa is playing with so much confidence this season, and it continues Sunday against the Browns. Check out that penny at Trent Sherfield for the score. Heckuva catches too!

MVS TD

The MVS stands for, you guessed it (hopefully), Marquez Valdes-Scantling, and the TD stands for the 18-yard catch that doubled the Chiefs’ advantage.

Pierce breaks free

Everyone’s been talking about the Seahawks’ Kenneth Walker III for NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, but there’s another running back who deserves your attention. It’s Dameon Pierce, and here he is exploding down the middle for a 44-yard pickup.

Pittsburgh Pigeons

First there was the MetLife Stadium Black Cat, and now we have the Pittsburgh pigeons. Seriously, take a look at these birds looking casually at first-round rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett. No entrance fee either!

Nice catch

The first candidate for the catch of the day has to be Courtland Sutton, who made a nice one-handed catch while falling to the ground. Pickup from 16 yards.

Singletary x2

The Bills went to three on their first possession, then became what they’ve been doing all season and started to chip away at the Vikings defense. They scored touchdowns on their next two possessions, both by Devin Singletary.

Tony TD

In Game 2 with his new team, former first-round WR Kadarius Toney made his presence felt, jumping (seriously) into the end zone for his first-career score.

Giants Strike First

If you thought the Giants 6-2 would return to Earth during the bye week, you’d be wrong – for now. Great start for New York, who forced a quick three-and-out, then went 68 yards for an opening touchdown. Third-year tight end Lawrence Cager got the score, who signed with the team’s practice squad in mid-October. A month later, his third career catch went for the first touchdown of his career.

Perfect start for the Vikings 7-1. After forcing the Bills to a three-and-out, Minnesota stormed down the court thanks almost exclusively to Kirk Cousins ​​and Justin Jefferson. The duo connected twice, the first for a 46-yard gain and the second for a 22-yard touchdown.

Opening kick!!!

Doug Pederson, YOU DOG! What a daring stroke of genius to start the match with a kick in play. And to top it all off, Riley Patterson got his own kick back! When you’re a 9.5-point underdog, you have to get creative. The Jaguars are off to a great start.

Who’s in, who’s out at QB?

Four starting quarterbacks enter Sunday with a questionable tag: Josh Allen (Bills, elbow), Ryan Tannehill (Titans, ankle), Matthew Stafford (Rams, concussion) and Kyler Murray (Cardinals, hamstring). So who’s going to dress? And who will be left out? Here is the last one:

Josh Allen: ACTIVE (ready to start)

NFL Media reported Saturday night that Allen, who suffered a UCL pitching elbow injury, is set to start against the Vikings. Allen, who has been training sparingly throughout the week, is able to grab the ball and threw a few passes on Friday, according to Ian Rapoport. The bills announced sundayannounced Sunday that Allen was indeed active.

Ryan Tannehill: ACTIVE (ready to start)

After missing the last two games with an ankle injury, Tannehill is expected to start against the Broncos. Tannehill was a limited participant in practices Wednesday and Friday, but practiced in full Thursday, apparently giving the Titans enough confidence to reinstate their veteran flagger as a starter for Week 10.

Matthew Stafford: Long shot to play

Stafford, who entered concussion protocol on Tuesday, is long in the game, according to NFL Media. If Stafford can’t play, John Wolford would get the start under center.

Kyler Murray: unlikely to play

Kyler Murray will train before the game to see if he can play, by NFL media, but is unlikely to be able to go due to a hamstring injury. “He always moves very carefully,” according to Ian Rapoport. If Murray can’t play, veteran Colt McCoy would be QB1.


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