Posted on Thursday, November 10, 2016
Here’s a look at the 14 NFL games for Week #10 (Nov. 10, 13, 14) and a handful of stats you need to know about each contest. (Games are on Sunday unless otherwise noted).
Cleveland @ Baltimore (Thursday): The Ravens lead this series 26-9 and they have won 15 of the last 17 matchups against the Browns. The Ravens have also won seven of the last eight at home versus Cleveland. The last 10 games in the series were all decided by 10 points or less and seven of the last 10 were decided by a touchdown or less.
Green Bay @ Tennessee: The Titans have a one-game lead in the series versus the Packers, 6-5. The Titans have won three of the last four against Green Bay. The Pack won the last meeting 55-7 (2012). Green Bay lost the last two games against the Titans played in Tennessee.
Minnesota@ Washington: The series is tied 12-12. The Vikings have won seven of the last 10 and four of the last five against Washington. The Vikings have also won four of the last six games on the road versus Washington. The two teams have combined for 55 or more points in each of the last four contests. Four of the last eight games in the series were decided by four points or less.
Chicago @ Tampa Bay: The Bears hold a 38-18 advantage over the Bucs. The Bears have won three straight against Tampa Bay and five of the last six. Chicago has won the last three games played in Tampa Bay. All of the last six games in this series were decided by eight points or less. The Bears have scored 20 or more points in five straight against the Bucs.
Kansas City @ Carolina: Only five games have been played in this series with the Chiefs winning three and the Panthers winning two. The two teams have split the two games played in Carolina. The Panthers have won two of the last three in the series. Kansas City won the last meeting 27-21 (2012).
Atlanta @ Philadelphia: Philly leads the series 17-14-1, although the Falcons have won the last three. The Eagles have won six of the last seven at home against Atlanta. Philadelphia has won eight of the last 12 games in the series. Only five of the last 12 games played between these two teams were decided by 10 points or less.
Los Angeles Rams @ New York Jets: The Rams hold a 9-4 advantage over the Jets. The Jets have won the last two games against the Rams; the Jets had won seven straight in the series prior to that. The Rams are 4-2 on the Jets home field. The Jets have outscored the Rams 103-48 in the last three games.
Denver @ New Orleans: The Broncos have won eight of the 10 games played against the Saints. Denver has won the last four in the series and they are 3-1 in games played in New Orleans. The Broncos scored 34 points in each of the last three games played against Denver and they averaged 35 points per game in the last four versus New Orleans.
Houston @ Jacksonville: Houston leads the series 17-11. The Texans have won four straight in the series and nine of the last 11 versus the Jags. Houston is 4-1 in the last five games played in Jacksonville. The Texans have scored 20 or more points in 11 of the last 12 games against Jacksonville.
Miami @ San Diego: Miami has a one-game lead in this series, 16-15. The two teams split the last six contests. The Chargers have won the last three at home versus the Dolphins. Miami has won nine of the last 12 in the series.
Dallas @ Pittsburgh: Dallas has a 16-15 edge all-time against the Steelers. The Cowboys have won five of the last seven against Pittsburgh. The teams split the last four games played in Pittsburgh. Dallas has scored 20 or more points in nine of the last 10 games against Pittsburgh. The last three games in the series were decided by a touchdown or less.
San Francisco @ Arizona: The 49ers have a 29-21 lead in the series. The teams split the last six games played in Arizona. The Cardinals have won four of the last five in the series. The Cardinals outscored the 49ers 99-41 in the last three games.
Seattle @ New England: The Pats hold a 9-8 edge over the Seahawks. Their last meeting was in the 2015 Super Bowl, won by New England, 28-24. The Pats have won three of the last four games in the series. Seattle is 6-3 in the last nine games against New England. The last three games between these teams were each decided by four points or less.
Cincinnati @ New York Giants (Monday): The Bengals lead the series 6-3. The teams split the last four contests. The Giants are 3-0 at home against the Bengals. Six of the last seven games in the series were decided by seven points or less.
Teams with a bye this week: Buffalo, Detroit, Indianapolis and Oakland
Compiled by Jerry Tapp