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Desperation in Buffalo – 2023 NFL Week Ten Takeaways

NFL Week Ten Takeaways

Scott Logush


Week ten had one of the best and worst games of the season so far, with the Lions and Chargers putting on a show and New England and Indianapolis letting down in Germany. There was no shortage of excitement, with CJ Stroud putting together another great performance and the Steelers managing to squeeze out another tough win, let’s dive into what matters most.

The Good

Lions & Chargers Do Not Disappoint

I would say this was easily the most entertaining game of the season, with two teams just trading scores until a game-winning field goal went through as time expired. Lions running back David Montgomery ripped off a 75-yard touchdown run while Goff threw a pair in one of his best games of his career and Jahmyr Gibbs had two scores from the one-yard line. Herbert did everything he could, posting five big time throws, four touchdowns, and over 300 yards. However, you have to be disappointed with how bad Brandon Staley’s defenses have been during his tenure as a head coach.

The Bad

Time to Worry About Belichick?

At what point do we consider Bill Belichick being fired a possibility? New England sits at 2-8, firmly in the basement of not only their division but the entire AFC Conference. The playoffs are a pipe dream, the entire team has been a disaster and the roster is in shambles. With Belichick being responsible for the roster decisions, this failure falls directly on him. Does he give up general manager duties? How hot is his seat?

The Ugly

Desperation Move in Buffalo

The Buffalo Bills fired offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey and will have Joe Brady take over as the interim offensive coordinator, per multiple reports. This comes less than 24 hours after the Bills suffered a humiliating defeat to the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football. Josh Allen has the lowest turnover worthy play percentage of his career at 2.4 percent right now, with his next lowest being 3.4 percent in 2020 and 2021. Allen has simply been unlucky with turnovers on a roster that has been falling with some lackluster coaching. Ken Dorsey was simply the first scapegoat in a desperate attempt to find some life.

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