Winners and Losers for Week 10 of the NFL

BR StudiosFeatured ColumnistNovember 10, 2013

Tavon Austin recently said the NFL was "a little harder" than he thought it would be.

Until now.

The St. Louis Rams rookie wide receiver made things look all too easy, catching two passes for 138 yards and two touchdowns. For good measure, he ran back a 98-yard punt return for a touchdown.

Austin and the Rams improved to 4-6 and are big winners for Week 10. 

On the losing side of the ball, how about the Colts? They've beaten Super Bowl contenders all year, but they laid a huge egg at home against the Rams. Indy is now 6-3 and has really struggled without Reggie Wayne.

The Colts also got nothing from Trent Richardson again. The running back had only two yards rushing on five carries. Quarterback Andrew Luck was the team's leading rusher with 17 yards.

Check out the video above as Aaron Nagler has the rest of Week 10's winners and losers.