Week 10 live game updates: Highlights, injuries, analysis

Updated: November 10, 2019

Week 10 of the 2019 NFL season features a number of great matchups, including the Bears squaring off with a Matthew Stafford-less Lions team in the early slate, as well as a critical showdown between the Panthers and Packers among the late games.

Keep this page refreshed for highlights — including every touchdown — injuries and analysis for each game. And keep extra tabs open for the Week 10 fantasy football rankings, best bets and live scoreboard.


Chiefs (6-3) at Titans (4-5)

1 p.m. ET | CBS | Spread: KC -6 (49.5)

Chiefs inactives: OL Eric Fisher, OL Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, DE Alex Okafor, RB LeSean McCoy, DL Mike Pennel, CB Kendall Fuller, QB Chad Henne

Titans inactives: G/T Kevin Pamphile, CB Tye Smith, TE Delanie Walker, DT Jurrell Casey, WR Corey Davis, LB Jayon Brown, C Hroniss Grasu


Derrick Henry is having himself a day: This rush into the end zone gives him 172 yards and two scores:

Not only does Patrick Mahomes throw this pass right on the money with both feet off of the ground, but Mecole Hardman appears to have an extra gear faster than everyone else on the field:

Not only is Derrick Henry immense, but he’s also crazy fast. He gets loose for a 68-yard TD here, and the Titans are back on top:

Patrick Mahomes floats it up and Tyreek Hill goes and gets it:

After Chiefs Damien Williams is stripped, Titans LB Rashaan Evans scoops it up and races 53 yards to put Tennessee ahead:

A 9-yard strike to Anthony Firkser puts the Titans on the board:

Ryan Tannehill launches a bomb, and Kalif Raymond comes up with the great catch (he’d be ruled down by contact after review):

After a Patrick Mahomes interception was overturned earlier in the drive, the Chiefs capitalize on the drive with a Travis Kelce TD:


Patrick Mahomes getting ready for his return today vs. the Titans.

Sportsbooks around the nation were on the hunt Sunday morning, searching for anyone willing to bet on the Titans.
The Titans are consensus 6.5-point underdogs to the Chiefs and returning QB Patrick Mahomes. At Caesars Sportsbook in Nevada, 97.1% of the money wagered on the game was on Kansas City. At FanDuel’s sportsbook, which operates on the East Coast and Indiana, 95% of the money was on the Chiefs.

Falcons (1-7) at Saints (7-1)

1 p.m. ET | Fox | Spread: NO -14 (51.5)

Falcons inactives: CB Desmond Trufant, S Jamal Carter, DL John Cominsky, OL Matt Gono, WR Brandon Powell, OL Wes Schweitzer, DL Deadrin Senat

Saints inactives: TE Dan Arnold, WR Austin Carr, C Nick Easton, DE Carl Granderson, OT Ethan Greenidge, DB Saquan Hampton, DB Patrick Robinson


Are the Falcons gonna win this one? Matt Ryan finds Brian Hill out wide, and the RB gets just in:

Matt Ryan is back in action, and he puts the Falcons up in the second quarter with a TD strike to Austin Hooper:

Michael Thomas submits his latest entry in the Catch of the Year contest:


Lions (3-4-1) at Bears (3-5)

1 p.m. ET | CBS | Spread: CHI -6.5 (39)

Lions inactives: QB Matthew Stafford, S Tracy Walker, LB/S Miles Killebrew, DL Da’Shawn Hand, DL Romeo Okwara, CB Mike Jackson, OL Beau Benzschawel

Bears inactives: DB Duke Shelley, OL Alex Bars, LB Isaiah Irving, DL Abdullah Anderson, LB Josh Woods, TE Adam Shaheen, WR Riley Ridley


Jeff Driskel gets chased out of the pocket, and unleashes a bomb to Kenny Golladay to pull the Lions within one score:

We’re not sure where this version of Mitchell Trubisky has been all season, but here’s TD pass No. 3:

Not sure what happened in the locker room at halftime, but the Bears’ offense looked downright effective in their first drive of the third quarter, capped by a swing pass TD for Tarik Cohen:

It’s a touchdown! Mitchell Trubisky with excellent touch on this pass to Ben Braunecker:

Not much going on early in this game, but Lions linebacker Devon Kennard has picked up sack No. 4 on the season:


Rick Wagner and Ty Johnson now OUT with concussions. A’Shawn Robinson questionable to return with a thumb injury.


Here’s what to know about Jeff Driskel, Detroit’s starting QB today. He was a 6th round pick of San Francisco in 2016. Played college football at Florida and Louisiana Tech.
Made his only regular season appearances last year for Cincinnati, when he went 1-4 as a starter. His only win as a starter came last year against Oakland. In his career, he’s thrown for more than 200 yards just once — 236 against Denver on Dec. 2 last year. He was sacked 16 times in 6 games last year.

With Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford ruled out, Chicago has gone from a 2.5-point favorite to a 6.5-point favorite over the Lions at Caesars Sportsbook.

Cardinals (3-5-1) at Buccaneers (2-6)

1 p.m. ET | Fox | Spread: TB -5 (52)

Cardinals inactives: WR Damiere Byrd, CB Tramaine Brock, RB Chase Edmonds, S Deionte Thompson, OL Lamont Gaillard, OL Justin Murray, DL Zach Allen

Buccaneers inactives: OLB Carl Nassib, CB Carlton Davis, OLB Anthony Nelson, S Darian Stewart, C Nate Trewyn, OT Jerald Hawkins, TE Jordan Leggett


Another TD pass for Kyler Murray, and guess who, it’s Christian Kirk yet again!

Cardinals line up for the punt, but it’s a fake! And a flea flicker! And it worked!

Kyler Murray and Christian Kirk connect again, this time for a nice 69-yard TD:

We’re not sure how O.J. Howard got this wide open, but Jameis Winston finds him to put the Bucs back ahead heading into the half:

This one looked a little bit too easy. Kyler Murray rifles it to Christian Kirk for a Cardinals TD:

Larry Fitzgerald submits his entry in the Catch of the Year contest:

Ronald Jones II bounces off would-be tacklers to get the Bucs on the board:

Bills (6-2) at Browns (2-6)

1 p.m. ET | CBS | Spread: CLE -2.5 (41.5)

Bills inactives: RB T.J. Yeldon, OL Ryan Bates, TE Tommy Sweeney, S Dean Marlowe, WR Duke Williams, DT Vincent Taylor, OG Ike Boettger

Browns inactives: WR Taywan Taylor, WR Antonio Callaway, S Eric Murray, CB Robert Jackson, DE Olivier Vernon, OT Kendall Lamm, TE Ricky Seals-Jones


The Bills call for the QB sneak, and Josh Allen pushes his way in to put Buffalo ahead:

Safety! Tremaine Edmunds gets in on Baker Mayfield to tie the game at 9:

The Bills call a QB keeper from the 10-yard line, and Josh Allen shimmies his way into the end zone:

Jarvis Landry with intense concentration on this 17-yard touchdown catch:


Giants (2-7) at Jets (1-7)

1 p.m. ET | Fox | Spread: NYG -3 (44.5)

Giants inactives: WR Sterling Shepard, TE Evan Engram, C Jon Halapio, RT Mike Remmers, OL Chad Slade, OLB Chris Peace, QB Alex Tanney

Jets inactives: DL Jordan Willis, LB C.J. Mosley, LB Neville Hewitt, CB Darryl Roberts, C Ryan Kalil, S Blake Countess, OL Conor McDermott


Le’Veon Bell gets a little open space, and plunges in to put the Jets back on top:

Golden Tate enjoyed his first touchdown so much, he decided to get in the end zone again:

Not sure what happened to the Jets on defense here, but Golden Tate takes a screen pass 61 yards for a TD:

Jamal Adams snatches the ball away from Daniel Jones and runs it in for six:

Daniel Jones sees Darius Slayton get open after the defender stumbles, and Slayton races all the way in to tie the game:

The Giants strike back! Daniel Jones threads the needle to Darius Slayton to trim the lead:

Sam Darnold makes it look easy with a long pass to Jamison Crowder for six:

Sam Darnold keeps it on an option run near the goal line, and puts the Jets ahead early:


Left tackle Nate Solder ruled out with a concussion. That leaves the Giants without their two starting tackles. Mike Remmers (back) is inactive.

Now in: Eric Smith at LT and Nick Gates at RT. Neither has started an NFL game.


With a loss today, the Jets would have a 16% shot at the No. 1 overall pick, per FPI.

The Giants would have an 8% chance at the top pick if they lost.

Dolphins (1-7) at Colts (5-3)

4:05 p.m. ET | CBS | Spread: IND -11 (44)

Dolphins inactives: DB Xavier Crawford, WR Gary Jennings, FS Reshad Jones, DE Avery Moss, OT Isaiah Prince, OT Keaton Sutherland, DB Ken Webster

Colts inactives: QB Jacoby Brissett, WR T.Y. Hilton, WR Parris Campbell, CB Quincy Wilson, CB Pierre Desir, LB EJ Speed, DL Tyquan Lewis

Rams (5-3) at Steelers (4-4)

4:25 p.m. ET | Fox | Spread: LAR -4 (43.5)

Rams inactives: WR Brandin Cooks, DB Jake Gervase, RB John Kelly, LB Bryce Hager, OL Jamil Demby, OL Bobby Evans, DT Tanzel Smart

Steelers inactives: QB Paxton Lynch, RB Benny Snell Jr., RB James Conner, FB Roosevelt Nix, OL Ramon Foster, TE Zach Gentry, DE L.T. Walton

Panthers (5-3) at Packers (7-2)

4:25 p.m. ET | Fox | Spread: GB -4.5 (48)

Panthers inactives: CB James Bradberry, OLB Christian Miller, OT Greg Little, OL Bryan Witzmann, LB Jordan Kunaszyk, WR Brandon Zylstra, WR Greg Dortch

Packers inactives: WR Ryan Grant, CB Ka’Dar Hollman, CB Josh Jackson, OL Cole Madison, OT Adam Pankey, TE Robert Tonyan, RB Dexter Williams


Aaron Jones: Fantasy superstar, fashion icon:

Ravens 49, Bengals 13

Ravens inactives: QB Trace McSorley, WR Chris Moore, WR Jaleel Scott, CB Cyrus Jones, OG Ben Powers, DT Daylon Mack, DE Ufomba Kamalu

Bengals inactives: CB Dre Kirkpatrick, CB Torry McTyer, OG Alex Redmond, OL Fred Johnson, OT Cordy Glenn, WR A.J. Green, QB Jake Dolegala


And the onslaught continues. Lamar Jackson fires deep for Marquise Brown, and it’s yet another score:

Feel free to add your own video game sound effects to this run, arguably the play of the year, courtesy of Lamar Jackson:

Things haven’t gone great thus far for Cincy, but Ryan Finley can celebrate here, as he throws his first career NFL touchdown, as Tyler Eifert is able to tap both feet in the end zone:

Bengals rookie QB Ryan Finley was starting to get his bearings for a bit, and then… it’s Marcus Peters running very fast in the opposite direction. An 89-yard pick-six for the former Ram:

Lamar Jackson connects with Mark Andrews for their second touchdown of the game:

You don’t see this often: Three Heisman Trophy winners in the same backfield (Lamar Jackson, Mark Ingram II and Robert Griffin III). The option pitch goes to RG3:

Mark Ingram II takes the ball right up the gut to put the Ravens up by two scores:

Lamar Jackson gets it to Mark Andrews, who powers his way in to the give the Ravens an early lead:

The Ravens start the game off explosively, with Lamar Jackson launching it deep for Marquise Brown:

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