NFL Winners and Losers Week 10

Aaron NaglerNFL National Lead WriterNovember 11, 2012

Mercury Morris can breathe easy, as the New Orleans Saints beat the previously unbeaten Falcons, 31-27.

The Saints were led by Jimmy Graham's career-high 146 yards receiving. Most importantly, he had a chance for two more "dunks" in the end zone. Graham and the Saints are big winners and back in the playoff chase.

How about CJ2K? For those who doubted he was washed up or lost his mojo, doubt no more. Chris Johnson tore apart the Dolphins defense for 126 yards rushing and one touchdown. It was the first game in 22 that Miami's defense allowed a 100-yard rusher. The Titans won 37-3 easily thanks to CJ2K. The Titans and Chris Johnson? Big winners.

The Giants are well into their annual November swoon. They looked miserable in Cincy today, getting shellacked 31-13. All areas of New York's game were losers.

From Eli Manning throwing two interceptions and fumbling to Victor Cruz dropping wide-open touchdowns—not to mention the Giants secondary making Andy Dalton look like a Hall of Fame QB today, as he torched it for four touchdowns passes—the Giants: big losers in Week 10.

The Chargers are starting their annual late-season swoon early this year. Philip Rivers wasted a 304-yard performance with two critical fourth-quarter interceptions. The Chargers lost to the resurgent Bucs, 34-24, and Rivers didn't help at all.

For the rest of our Week 10 winners and losers, check out our video above and let us know if you agree or disagree or if we left anyone off the list.