NFL Week 10 Scores, Highlights, Updates, Schedule: Aaron Rodgers dropped a 78-yard bomb TD to keep the Packers ahead


It is the 10th NFL Sunday of the 2020 season and we are updating you on all the action and biggest storylines of the day. The Week 10 Slate has some great matchups and storylines, which we cannot see in front. Look back often to find everything you need to know.

Schedule

Thursday

Colts 34, Texas 17 (Recap)

Sunday

Lions in Washington (GameTracker)
Jaguars on Packers (GameTracker)
Outlaw in the Panthers (GameTracker)
Game on the Giants (GameTrack)
Texas in brown (textrack)
Bill at the Cardinals, 4:05 pm ET (preview)
Chargers at the Dolphins, 4:05 pm ET (preview)
Broncos on Raiders, 4:05 pm ET (preview)
49th Saint, 4:25 pm ET (preview)
Seahawk on Ram, 4:25 pm ET (preview)
Bengals at Steelers, 4:25 pm ET (preview)
Ravens at Patriots, 8:20 pm ET (preview)

Monday

Vikings on Beers, 8:15 pm ET (preview)

Rodger kills MVS for a monster TD

Aaron Rodgers can make the look of any wide receiver just amazing on any given snap and this is what happened in the Windy 10 Week Bay game this time. I think it is appropriate that the Jaguar secondary can make any receiver look like a pro bowler on any given snap. Rodgers connected with Marquez Valdes-Scantling on a 78-yard TD in the first match of the second quarter.

Moore demonstrates post-catch ability

DJ Moore is one of the NFL’s most explosive skill players, even though Carolina has not often liked him in 2020. However, although Moore’s own breakout was not as predictable for 2019, he showed why he should be changed to seven on every snap with an excellent screen pass.

Connects deep to Stafford Hall

No Kenny Golladay but no problem for Matt Stafford and the Lions passing game. Stafford found Hall on a right deep shot for 53 yards and a score. Stafford is one of the NFL’s deepest deep ball throwers in the NFL.

Jones gets free

Daniel Jones put the football on a zone-read after executing the fake handoff so well that the ball was essentially in the hands of Wayne Gallman. And this time – he converted it into the final zone for a touchdown. It was largely the last matchup against the Eagles, but from 34 yards out, Jones took it all the way.

Weather to play a major factor in Week 10

After a mostly mild week of weather for the Week 9 slate, Week 10 has three major games that should be influenced by the weather. We start in Green Bay, where winds running at speeds of 25-plus mph are potentially expected at over 50 mph for the Packers-Jaguars. In Cleveland, nearly identical forecasts of 25-mph winds are expected for Brouse-Texas with over 50 mph. In the fantasy football league, you must downgrade all four teams’ passing games and there may be an opening to under-bet in these games before the lines fall. On the late slate, the weather has worsened for the Steelers-Bengals in Pittsburgh, where they are now expecting strong winds at speeds of 25-30 mph.

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