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NFL's Week 10 Winners and Losers

Football ManiaxsSenior Writer INovember 16, 2009

By Derek Lofland.

It is time to shell out some awards for Week 10 of the NFL season. Who were the MVPs for the week? Who was the loser of the week, the best game of the week and the “Bay of Pigs Game?”

Who made such a bad coaching call to have the award named after him? Finally, it was a tough week for running backs, what were the key injuries this week?


MVPs of the Week: Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning and New England Patriots QB Tom Brady had spectacular games. Brady went 29-for-42 with 375 yards passing, three touchdowns, one pick and 110.7 QB rating.

Manning went 28-for-44 with 327 yards passing, four touchdown passes, two picks and a QB rating of 97.4. The game went down to the wire with the Colts winning 35-34.

RB Chris Johnson had an impressive feat for the Tennessee Titans. He not only rushed 26 times for 132 yards and two touchdowns, but he caught nine passes for 100 yards. That helped key a 41-17 win over the Buffalo Bills, as Johnson became the first player in team’s history to have four consecutive 100-yard rushing games.

Finally, Minnesota Vikings WR Sidney Rice and Patriots WR Randy Moss led the wide receivers this week. Rice had seven catches for 201 yards and no touchdowns in the Minnesota Vikings 27-10 win over the Detroit Lions. Moss was Brady’s main target catching nine passes for 179 yards and two touchdowns...


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