Topic: NFL Week 10 winners and losers plus week

NFL Week 10 winners and losers plus week

Welcome to the Monday edition of the Pick Six newsletter!I would like everyone to know that I'm typing the entire newsletter with one-hand today to honor Justin Jefferson's insane one-handed grab against the Bills on Sunday. If you haven't seen the play, stop what you're doing right now and . If you have seen the play, I'd probably still stop what I was doing just so I could watch it again.If you don't feel like watching it now, don't worry, there will be at least three more chances in today's newsletter. Week 10 got crazy in the and we'll be covering all of it today.As always, here's your weekly reminder to tell all your friends to sign up for the Pick Six newsletter. To get them to sign up, all you have to do is with them. 1. Today's show: Week 10 winners and losers, plus full recapIt's Monday, which can only mean one thing: I stayed up until 3 a.m. last night recording a podcast with Will Brinson and Ryan Wilson that touched on everything you need to know about Week 10, and let me just say, it's probably for the best that you listen. We covered all 12 games from Pat Lafontaine Women Jersey Sunday, which means we likely spent some time talking about your favorite team. One thing we do every week is hand out our weekly winners and losers from Sunday's action. Here's a look at who made our list. Ryan WilsonWinner: Jeff Saturday. The Colts got ripped for hiring Saturday, but now they look liked geniuses. In his first game as interim coach, Saturday out-coached the guy who happens to be the loser on Wilson's list.Loser: Josh McDaniels.The Colts fired their coach six days before playing the Raiders, they didn't know who was going to call plays until five days before the game and they didn't know who was going to start at QB until 24 hours before the game. Based on that, the Colts probably should have lost by three touchdowns, but instead, they beat McDaniels' Raiders. McDaniels is now 2-7 on the season and he Benoit Pouliot Men Jersey continues to look like he's in over his head when it comes to being a head coach.Will BrinsonWinner: Tua Tagovailoa.Every week, we wonder if Tua is actually any good and every week, Tua proves that he is. With Miami's 39-17 win over the Browns, Tua became the first player in franchise history with at least 285 pa s yards, three pa sing touchdowns and zero interceptions in three straight games. Not even Dan Marino pulled that off.Loser: Josh Allen.The Bills QB decided to play on Sunday despite an elbow injury and that decision backfired. Allen made several huge mistakes in Buffalo's 33-30 lo s, including a fumbled snap with under one minute to play that the Vikings recovered for a TD. Allen also threw two interceptions, with the second one ending the game in overtime. John BreechWinner: Justin Jefferson. The Vikings receiver almost single-handedly led his team to one of the wildest wins of the year. Jefferson caught 10 pa ses for 193 yards, including a one-handed catch on fourth-and-18 in the fourth quarter that might be one of the top-five catches in NFL history (You ). I don't want to be accused of recency bias, but after watching that catch 104 times over the past 24 hours, it definitely feels like a top-five catch ever.Loser: Mike McCarthy.Four years after getting fired by the Packers, McCarthy finally returned to Lambeau Field, only to watch his team blow a 28-14 lead in the fourth quarter. McCarthy is probably never going to go back to Green Bay.Not only did we list our winners and losers, but we also recapped every game from Sunday. To listen to today's episode Pierre Turgeon Women Jersey , . You can . 2. Week 9 grades: Dolphins earn an 'A-,' Raiders get an 'F' for ugly lo s to ColtsEvery week I team up with six of my colleagues here at to hand out grades, and this week, the Raiders failed out of our imaginary football school. Here's a look at the grades from two notable games that were played Sunday:Dolphins 39-17 over Browns ()Browns grade: D-.The Browns scored the first touchdown of this game, but then everything fell apart after that for them. After the score, the Browns ended the first half with a lost fumble, a failed fourth down and a punt. By the time the offense started moving the ball in the second half, the Browns were already trailing 24-7 and there was no way they were coming back from that. The Browns simply had no answers for a high-powered Dolphins offense that put up nearly 500 yards. At Rasmus Dahlin Kids Jersey 3-6 and with games against the Bills and Buccaneers coming up, the Browns are going to have to pull off an upset or two in the next two weeks if they want any chance at being relevant when Deshaun Watson returns.Dolphins grade: A.For the past two weeks, the Dolphins (7-3) have been forced to win shootouts because the defense has been struggling, but that wasn't the case this week. The defense absolutely shut down Nick Chubb while sacking Jacoby Bri sett three times. The unit also came up with three big fourth-down stops while also forcing a huge turnover in the first quarter after the Browns had driven inside Miami's 35-yard line. If the defense catches up to the offense, the Dolphins could become the team to beat in a suddenly wide-open AFC East. Speaking of the offense, it continues to be on fire. The Dolphins have now scored 30 points or more in three straight games for the first time since 2009.Colts 25-20 over Raiders ()Colts grade: A.Considering what this team has gone through this week, we have to give them an 'A' for winning. Six days ago, the Colts were in total disarray, but they somehow turned things Jeff Skinner Men Jersey in time to pull off the upset here. In his first game as coach, Jeff Saturday made two huge moves: He gave Matt Ryan his starting job back and he let the offense run through Jonathan Taylor. The running back carried the Colts to a win with 147 yards on 22 carries. Ryan also showed off his rushing skills with a 39-yard run in the fourth quarter that helped to set up Indy's game-winning touchdown. This team needed a spark and the hiring of Saturday might have done it. At 4-5-1, the Colts still have plenty of time to get back in the AFC playoff race.Raiders grade: F.Whatever rock bottom is in the NFL, the Raiders (2-7) have officially hit it. Josh McDaniels got out-coached by someone who was coaching high school football last week, the defense surrendered 415 yards to a Colts team that had shown no signs of life and the offense fell on its face out of the gate with three straight three-and-outs to start the game. The Raiders have had a lot of bad lo ses this year, but this one is definitely the worst.As for the other 20 grades we handed out on Sunday, . 3. Game of the Week: Recapping the total crazine s of the Vikings' comeback win over the BillsGoi