NFL Week 10 scores, live updates: Bills QB Josh Allen starts; Bucs outlast Seahawks in Germany

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The NFL made history in Week 10 when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Seattle Seahawks traveled to Munich, Germany.

The inaugural NFL crowd in Germany’s Allianz Arena serenaded in the stands with “Take Me Home, Country Roads” and “Don’t Stop Believin.

“It’s amazing. You can tell how enthused they are to have American Football here,” Buccaneers receiver Chris Godwin said after the game. “They really showed out. I am grateful to be a part of this.” 

The Buccaneers held on for a 21-16 victory and moved into first place in the NFC South. Godwin led all receivers with six catches for 71 yards and a touchdown.

Week 10 also features a historic rivalry game. The Dallas Cowboys travel to Lambeau Field to face the Green Bay Packers. This is the 62nd anniversary of their first matchup with the Packers holding a 20-17 all-time series record, including playoffs.

Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy returns to face his former team. McCarthy led the Packers to a Super Bowl victory in 2010.

The Packers are currently mired in a five-game losing streak. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers continues to struggle and is coming off a three-interception performance against the Detroit Lions.

Other Week 10 games include the Minnesota Vikings playing the Buffalo Bills and the Arizona Cardinals facing the Los Angeles Rams. Bills QB Josh Allen is active despite an elbow injury, while Matthew Stafford is questionable for the.

Here’s a rundown of all the Week 10 action around the NFL.

Carolina Panthers 25, Atlanta Falcons 15

Briefly: The Panthers remained in the NFC South race with a big victory over the Falcons. Panthers running back D’Onta Foreman added another 100-yard game to his ledger. Foreman rushed for 130 yards and scored a touchdown. The Falcons mustered just 291 yards in the rainy conditions, while Falcons quarterback Marcus Mariota struggled. He was sacked five times and finished 19-of-30 for 186 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.

One highlight to know: Falcons receiver KhaDarel Hodge scored his first NFL touchdown in the fourth quarter. Hodge celebrated in grand style as he found the endzone after 65 career games.  

First career NFL touchdown for 1️⃣2️⃣

📺 @NFLonPrime || @FOX5Atlanta

— Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons)

Next up: The Falcons host the Chicago Bears in Week 11. The Panthers have a road matchup against the Baltimore Ravens.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21, Seattle Seahawks 16

Briefly: The Buccaneers put forth a balanced effort against the Seahawks. Tampa Bay got key contributions from multiple players. However, it was rookie running back Rachaad White that emerged with a breakout performance. White rushed for a career-high 105 yards. He averaged 4.8 yards per carry to lead the backfield. The Seahawks were neutralized with just 39 rushing yards. Seattle had a late fourth-quarter rally, but the Buccaneers used a 9-play, 62-yard drive to secure the victory. 

One highlight to know: Buccaneers receiver Julio Jones scored the first regular-season touchdown in Germany. He hauled in a 31-yard reception early in the second quarter. 

Next up: Both the Seahawks and Buccaneers have a bye week. 

Cleveland Browns at Miami Dolphins

Kickoff: 1:00 p.m. ET


What to know: The Dolphins look to win their fourth consecutive game on Sunday. Miami has found their offensive identity behind Tua Tagovailoa. In the last two weeks, Tagovailoa has completed 75% of his passes for 684 yards and six touchdowns. The Browns are allowing 208.3 passing yards per game but coming off a solid performance last week. This matchup will be a contrast of styles. The Browns will look to control the clock and ground the Dolphins up-tempo offense.

Denver Broncos at Tennessee Titans

Kickoff: 1:00 p.m. ET


What to know: The Broncos are coming off a bye week with a bit of momentum. Denver started to put things together offensively against the Jacksonville Jaguars in London. Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson led a game-winning scoring drive to snap a four-game losing streak. Can Broncos carry the offense over against the Titans on Sunday? It’s no secret the Titans will lean heavily on running back Derrick Henry. However, it’s still unclear whether rookie Malik Willis or Ryan Tannehill (ankle) will be under center.

Houston Texans at New York Giants

Kickoff: 1:00 p.m. ET


What to know: The Giants welcome the Texans to MetLife Stadium on Sunday. Both teams have similar styles as running backs Dameon Pierce and Saquon Barkley step into the spotlight. Barkley ranks third in the NFL with 779 rushing yards. Pierce is leads all rookies (678 yards) and is averaging 4.6 yards per carry this season. This is the sixth meeting between the teams. The Giants have won the last four games in the series, including a 27-22 road victory in 2018.

Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears

Kickoff: 1:00 p.m. ET


What to know: Bears quarterback Justin Fields has turned around his season in recent weeks. Fields looks more comfortable in Bears offensive coordinator Luke Getsy’s offense. The Bears have scored 61 points in their last two games. Fields accounted for seven touchdowns including 178 rushing yards in Week 9. Now, the Bears must find a way to win games. The Lions present a good opportunity. Detroit ranks last in total defense and points allowed.

Minnesota Vikings at Buffalo Bills

Kickoff: 1:00 p.m. ET


What to know: The Vikings have a chance to make a statement against the Buffalo Bills. It’s not easy to win a football game in front of Bills Mafia. However, the Vikings have a good opportunity against the wounded Bills. Everyone will be monitoring the status of Bills quarterback Josh Allen as he deals with an elbow injury. If Allen is unable to go, the Bills will turn to backup Case Keenum. The Vikings know Keenum very well. He started 14 games for the Vikings in 2017. Expect the Vikings dial up the pressure with edge rushers Za’Darius Smith and Danielle Hunter regardless of who is under center. The duo has combined for 13.5 sacks this season.

New Orleans Saints at Pittsburgh Steelers

Kickoff: 1:00 p.m. ET


What to know: The Steelers will get a big boost as NFL superstar T.J. Watt is set to return against the Saints. Watt has missed seven games with a partially torn pectoral injury he suffered in Week 1 of the regular season. The Steelers will welcome Watt’s pass-rush ability to contain Saints playmakers Andy Dalton and Alvin Kamara. Expect a low scoring affair as both teams have ferocious defensive fronts. Tipico Sportsbook places the over/under at 39.5 for this game.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Kansas City Chiefs

Kickoff: 1:00 p.m. ET


What to know: The Chiefs welcome the Jaguars at Arrowhead Stadium. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has established a new favorite target in receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster. The NFL veteran has garnered 20 targets over the last two weeks. He recorded 212 yards and a touchdown during that span. The Chiefs will look to exploit the Jaguars secondary with Smith-Schuster and tight end Travis Kelce patrolling the middle of the field. The Jaguars snapped a five-game losing streak in Week 9 and look to pull off a major upset on Sunday.

Indianapolis Colts at Las Vegas Raiders

Kickoff: 4:05 p.m. ET


What to know: The Colts begin a new era with Jeff Saturday at the helm. Saturday begins his interim tenure as head coach against the Raiders. Both teams are missing key playmakers as Colts linebacker Shaquille Leonard and Raiders standouts Darren Waller and Hunter Renfrow were each placed on injured reserve this week. Both teams are looking to snap their respective losing streaks. The Raiders have a 11-9 all-time series record against the Colts.

Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers

Kickoff: 4:25 p.m. ET


What to know: Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy returns to Lambeau Field for the first time since exiting the Packers organization. These teams are going in opposite directions this season. The Cowboys are looking to keep pace in the NFC East. Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is expected to play after missing time with a knee injury. The Packers have lost five straight games. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has struggled. He has thrown four interceptions and been sacked nine times during the losing streak.

Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams

Kickoff: 4:25 p.m. ET


What to know: Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford spent this week in concussion protocol. His status will be worth watching on Sunday afternoon. If he isn’t cleared, the Rams will turn to backup John Wolford. The Cardinals have dropped two consecutive games and sit at 3-6 this season. Arizona can’t afford to drop another NFC West game. This is a must-win matchup for both teams. A loss will be detrimental to their hopes of winning the division.

Los Angeles Chargers at San Francisco 49ers

Kickoff: 8:20 p.m. ET


What to know: The 49ers’ bye week came at the right time. San Francisco is getting a lot of key playmakers back including receiver Deebo Samuel, running back Elijah Mitchell and fullback Kyle Juszczyk. It will be a chance for 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan to experiment with different lineups that includes NFL superstar Christian McCaffrey. The Chargers are still dealing with a depleted receiving corps. Los Angeles is expected to rely on quarterback Justin Herbert and running back Austin Ekeler to provide most of the offense once again.

Washington Commanders at Philadelphia Eagles

Kickoff: 8:15 p.m. ET


What to know: The Eagles step into the spotlight on Monday night. Last week, the Eagles were tested against the Houston Texans. Philadelphia gets a familiar opponent in the Commanders at home. A key to this game is whether the Commanders can effectively run the football. The Eagles allowed some 168 rushing yards against the Texans. It will be up to the Commanders backfield duo of Brian Robinson Jr. and Antonio Gibson keep the high-octane Eagles’ offense off the field.

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