NFL Weekly Preview Week 10: Key Injuries, Player Statistical Projections & Projected Upsets
November 11, 2022
Week 10 of the 2022 National Football League season commences on Thursday when the Atlanta Falcons play the Carolina Panthers in a NFC South Divisional matchup. Put your hand up if you thought the Falcons would be leading the NFC South after nine weeks. I did not think so. Here are the key injuries, top player statistical projections and possible upsets for Week 10.
For a fourth straight week, the Washington Commanders will be without starting quarterback Carson Wentz of Raleigh, North Carolina, who is still on injury reserve with a broken ring finger. Taylor Heinicke of Atlanta, Georgia will be the Commanders quarterback Monday night in Philadelphia. Over the last three weeks, Heinicke has made Washington very competitive. They defeated Green Bay 23-21 and Indianapolis 17-16, before narrowly losing 20-17 to Minnesota by a field goal last week.
In Los Angeles, Mike Williams of the Chargers will remain out against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night with an ankle injury. He has 37 catches for 495 yards and three touchdowns in 2022. Another wideout who is out with an injury is Green Bay rookie Romeo Doubs, who has a high ankle sprain. He has 31 catches for 314 yards and three touchdowns for the Cheeseheads in 2022.Join Our Competition Club Here
Top Player Statistical Projections
With Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen dealing with an elbow problem and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray dealing with a hamstring issue, Jalen Hurts of the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles takes over top stop as the top rated quarterback of the week. On Monday night against the Commanders, he is projected to get 266 passing yards, 64 rushing yards and three touchdowns.
At wide receiver, the top projected pass catcher in Week 10 is Tyreek Hill of the Miami Dolphins. After having 331 yards receiving over the last two weeks in Dolphins wins over Detroit and Chicago, he is projected to have eight caches for 106 yards and one touchdown this week against the Cleveland Browns.
At running back, Christian McCaffrey of the San Francisco 49ers is doing everything at the moment. Against the Chargers, he is projected to get 116 total yards (78 rushing yards and 38 receiving yards), and one touchdown.
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I am actually predicting four upsets in Week 10. The teams I like are the Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Chargers and Denver Broncos.
For anyone who saw the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ game last week against the Los Angeles Rams, you saw two struggling offenses. That is why I like the Cardinals to beat the Rams, and the Seahawks to go into Germany and beat the Buccaneers. Another struggling passing offense at this time is Tennessee, and that is why I like the Broncos. Meanwhile, the Chargers have won four of their last five games, which is actually a better record than the 4-4 49ers. Yes, the 49ers have McCaffrey, but the Chargers have a good running back themselves in Austin Ekeler.
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