NFL 2023 NFL - Week 10

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10 @ 12:15 PM
Carolina at Chicago LIVE

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 @ 1:30 AM
Indianapolis vs New England (at Frankfurt) LIVE

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 @ 5:00 AM
Cleveland at Baltimore LIVE
Green Bay at Pittsburgh
Houston at Cincinnati LIVE
New Orleans at Minnesota
San Francisco at Jacksonville LIVE
Tennessee at Tampa Bay

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 @ 8:05 AM
Atlanta at Arizona
Detroit at Los Angeles Chargers

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 @ 8:25 AM
New York Giants at Dallas LIVE
Washington at Seattle LIVE

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 @ 12:20 PM
New York Jets at Las Vegas LIVE

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 @ 12:15 PM
Denver at Buffalo LIVE

OPEN DATE:
Kansas City, Los Angeles Rams, Miami, Philadelphia

AUSTRALIAN T.V. GAMES
LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 12:15 PM ON 10/11: Carolina at Chicago
ESPN/KAYO AT 1.30 AM ON 13/11: Indianapolis vs New England (at Frankfurt)
LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 5.00 AM ON 13/11: San Francisco at Jacksonville
LIVE ON ESPN2/KAYO AT 5.00 AM ON 13/11: Cleveland at Baltimore
LIVE ON 7MATE AT 5.00 AM ON 13/11: Houston at Cincinnati

LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 8.25 AM ON 13/11: New York Giants at Dallas
LIVE ON 7MATE AT 8.25 AM ON 13/11: Washington at Seattle

LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 12.20 PM ON 13/11: New York Jets at Las Vegas
LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 12.15 PM ON 14/11: Denver at Buffalo


LIVE ON watchESPN AT 5:00 AM on 13/11: NFL RedZone

NB: VIC, NSW, TAS times
less 30 mins SA
less 1 hour QLD
less 1.5 hours NT
less 3 hours WA
 
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10 @ 12:15 PM
Carolina at Chicago
AMZN: Al Michaels, Kirk Herbstreit, Kaylee Hartung


MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 @ 1:30 AM
Indianapolis vs New England (at Frankfurt)

NFLN: Rich Eisen, Jason McCoruty, Sarah Walsh, Stacey Dales

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 @ 5:00 AM
Cleveland at Baltimore
FOX: Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma, Shannon Spake


Green Bay at Pittsburgh
CBS: Ian Eagle, Charles Davis, Evan Washburn

Houston at Cincinnati
CBS: Kevin Harlan, Trent Green, Melanie Collins


New Orleans at Minnesota
FOX: Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth, Kristiana Pink

San Francisco at Jacksonville
FOX: Joe Davis, Daryl Johnston, Pam Oliver


Tennessee at Tampa Bay
CBS: Andrew Catalon, Tiki Barber, Matt Ryan, AJ Ross

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 @ 8:05 AM
Atlanta at Arizona
CBS: Spero Dedes, Adam Archuleta, Amanda Balionis

Detroit at Los Angeles Chargers
CBS: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Tracy Wolfson

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 @ 8:25 AM
New York Giants at Dallas
FOX: Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, Erin Andrews, Tom Rinaldi


Washington at Seattle
FOX: Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez, Laura Okmin

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 @ 12:20 PM

New York Jets at Las Vegas
NBC: Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth, Melissa Stark

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 @ 12:15 PM
Denver at Buffalo
ESPN: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Lisa Salters
 
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Boy, those are some extremely ordinary TV games
The 4 stand alone games are putrid, but there are some interesting one in the early slate and the ESPN games are two of them
 
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Rams signed QB Carson Wentz.
The signing of Wentz is a “splash” in the eerily quiet free agent quarterback market. Wentz, who is now on his fourth team in four seasons, will have a chance to serve as the backup to Matthew Stafford after a poor one-start outing by Brett Rypien in Week 8. Wentz went 2-5 as a starter with the Commanders last season, throwing for 1755-11-9 while infamously losing against the Browns to eliminate the Commanders from playoff contention. The former No. 2 overall pick is a shell of what he once was in 2017 when he threw for 3296-33-7 in an MVP caliber season, but is a more capable backup than Rypien or the now released Dresser Wynn. The Rams are on bye this week, and head coach Sean McVay said he expects Matthew Stafford (thumb) to be back by Week 11, meaning Wentz is little more than an insurance policy at this point.
 
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Titaninsder.com’s Terry McCormick reports the Titans have named Will Levis their starting quarterback.
What this means is, no matter how healthy Ryan Tannehill is, the Titans will opt to go with Levis. Coach Mike Vrabel said “Everything we do we do in the best interest of the football team.” He also stated that he wants Tannehill to continue to prepare as if he were the starter, but that “there is clearly something there with Levis…” This shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise as Levis lit up the Falcons and their blown coverages for four touchdown passes in his debut. Levis will get a chance to prove that he is the Titans’ franchise quarterback of the future.
 

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Aaron Rodgers (Achilles) was overheard after the Jets’ Week 9 loss to the Chargers saying he would return “in a few weeks.”
Asked by Chargers S Derwin James when he would be back in the lineup, Rodgers said, “Give me a few weeks.” Rodgers, eight weeks removed from tearing his Achilles, was seen Monday night doing his regular pregame throwing routine for the cameras. Rodgers, 39, seems insistent that he will return from his Achilles injury this season — a truly remarkable turn of events for what is usually a 10-12 month injury. Garrett Wilson would instantly become a top fantasy receiver if Rodgers were to return at full health in November or December.
 
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Funny how that happens, you mention someone and out of the blue they pop up

Rams signed QB Carson Wentz.
The signing of Wentz is a “splash” in the eerily quiet free agent quarterback market. Wentz, who is now on his fourth team in four seasons, will have a chance to serve as the backup to Matthew Stafford after a poor one-start outing by Brett Rypien in Week 8. Wentz went 2-5 as a starter with the Commanders last season, throwing for 1755-11-9 while infamously losing against the Browns to eliminate the Commanders from playoff contention. The former No. 2 overall pick is a shell of what he once was in 2017 when he threw for 3296-33-7 in an MVP caliber season, but is a more capable backup than Rypien or the now released Dresser Wynn. The Rams are on bye this week, and head coach Sean McVay said he expects Matthew Stafford (thumb) to be back by Week 11, meaning Wentz is little more than an insurance policy at this point.
With Stafford's injury capabilities, there's every chance Carson plays some time this season.

Hope it goes well for him, would like to see him do alright.
 

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Funny how that happens, you mention someone and out of the blue they pop up

Rams signed QB Carson Wentz.
The signing of Wentz is a “splash” in the eerily quiet free agent quarterback market. Wentz, who is now on his fourth team in four seasons, will have a chance to serve as the backup to Matthew Stafford after a poor one-start outing by Brett Rypien in Week 8. Wentz went 2-5 as a starter with the Commanders last season, throwing for 1755-11-9 while infamously losing against the Browns to eliminate the Commanders from playoff contention. The former No. 2 overall pick is a shell of what he once was in 2017 when he threw for 3296-33-7 in an MVP caliber season, but is a more capable backup than Rypien or the now released Dresser Wynn. The Rams are on bye this week, and head coach Sean McVay said he expects Matthew Stafford (thumb) to be back by Week 11, meaning Wentz is little more than an insurance policy at this point.
Really bizarre that they signed Baker late last year and weren't able to keep him. I really felt they should have gone harder to extend the deal with all the doubt on Stafford ( Rams probably did be he got a better offer)

Wentz is pretty much the same play. Let's see how it works out.
 
I mean I'm happy to watch Washington but I do agree Giants v Cowboys is a much better game to ok thats as far as I got without laughing.

But yes both games suck

It's not. Giants are awful, and the Cowboys have completely owned them in recent times. Given how the Cowboys love to front run, it has 30 point margin written all over it.
 
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Really bizarre that they signed Baker late last year and weren't able to keep him. I really felt they should have gone harder to extend the deal with all the doubt on Stafford ( Rams probably did be he got a better offer)

Wentz is pretty much the same play. Let's see how it works out.

Not really bizarre, they were hard up against the cap, thats why they got rid of Ramsey, couldn't afford to sign Baker.
 
It's not. Giants are awful, and the Cowboys have completely owned them in recent times. Given how the Cowboys love to front run, it has 30 point margin written all over it.
Just look at SNF week 1.
 

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Not really bizarre, they were hard up against the cap, thats why they got rid of Ramsey, couldn't afford to sign Baker.
There's the cap and "the cap".

He signed a $4.5m one year deal at the Bucs (spread across 4 seasons). So if Stafford breaks down they could go back to him, or try out Wentz.
 

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