Top five headlines from Week 10 of the 2023 NFL season
November 15, 2023
The 10th week of the 2023 National Football League season finished on Monday. Here are the top five headlines.
5) Bills change offensive coordinators.
After a surprising 24-22 loss to the Denver Broncos on Monday night, the Buffalo Bills made a change at offensive coordinator. Gone is Ken Dorsey and in is Joe Brady of Pembroke Pines, Florida, who had been the offensive coordinator of the Bills the last two seasons. One major reason for the change is the fact that Bills quarterback Josh Allen leads the NFL this season with 11 interceptions.
4) Six teams win on last play field goals.
For the first time ever, six NFL kickers successfully kicked game-winning field goals on the final play of the game. They were Matt Ammendola of the Houston Texans (38 yards in a 30-27 win over the Cincinnati Bengals), Dustin Hopkins of the Cleveland Browns (40 yards in a 33-31 win over the Baltimore Ravens), Matt Prater of the Arizona Cardinals (23 yards in a 25-23 win over the Atlanta Falcons), Riley Patterson of the Detroit Lions (41 yards in a 41-38 Detroit win over the Los Angeles Chargers), Jason Myers of the Seattle Seahawks (43 yards in a 29-26 win over the Washington Commanders), and Wil Lutz of the Denver Broncos (36 yards in a 24-22 win over the Buffalo Bills).
3) Browns beat Ravens in AFC North Division battle.
In an intriguing AFC North Division matchup, the Cleveland Browns improved to 6-3 with a two point win over Baltimore, which drops to 7-3. Besides Hopkins, the Browns star on Sunday, was running back Jerome Ford of Tampa, Florida, who had 17 rushes for 107 rushing yards.
2) Joshua Dobbs shines again.
No Kirk Cousins in Minnesota. No problem. Joshua Dobbs has come into Minnesota and fit in admirably at the quarterback position. On Sunday, Dobbs completed 23 of 34 pass attempts for 268 passing yards and one touchdown, along with eight rushes for 44 rushing yards and another touchdown as the Vikings beat the New Orleans Saints 27-19. Minnesota has now won five straight games and are 6-4, after starting the year 1-4.
1) 49ers win impressive battle of division leaders.
The San Francisco 49ers had lost three straight games prior to Sunday. However in week 10, San Francisco was dominant in a 34-3 win over the AFC South Division leader Jacksonville Jaguars. Tight end George Kittle of Madison, Wisconsin had 116 yards receiving and a touchdown for the 49ers, who improve to 6-3.
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