First, that no one is going undefeated this season now that the New Orleans Saints have taken out the Atlanta Falcons to drop them to 8-1.
Second, that Rex Ryan seems to be determined to get fired alongside Mark Sanchez at the end of the 2012 season.
Finally, that the Bears have a much better chance of winning games when their defense is on the field.
Here are the Week 10 results:
- Colts stay on track for a playoff spot with a dominating performance in a 27-10 win over the Jaguars; Luck and Wayne have a big night together as the Jags’ offense continues to be pathetic
- The Ravens trounce the Raiders 55-20 as Flacco throws for 341 yards and three touchdowns; the Raiders’ defense just continues to get worse
- Peyton Manning, Von Miller, Demaryius Thomas, and Trindon Holliday combine efforts as the Broncos carve up the Panthers 36-14
- Eli’s struggles continue as Andy Dalton guides the Bengals past the Giants 31-13
- Chris Johnson, Dolphins’ mistakes result in Titans’ 37-3 thrashing of Miami
- Adrian Peterson runs for 171 yards and a score as the Vikings beat the Lions 34-24; Megatron catches 12 passes for 207 yards in loss
- Woodhead scores twice as the Patriots hold off the Bills 37-31; Bills rack up 14 penalties and turn the ball over three times in the loss
- Saints knock the Falcons from unbeaten status with 31-27 victory; Jimmy Graham outduels Tony Gonzalez in battle of tight ends
- The Bucs are on a roll as they surge past the Chargers 34-24; offense, defense and special teams all combine to offset big day by Philip Rivers
- Seahawks dismantle Jets 28-7 as the Jets’ offense is shut out; Marshawn Lynch rolls for 124 yards and a touchdown
- “Good Romo” shows up to help the Cowboys beat the Eagles 38-23; Nick Foles played decently in a game that could mark the start of his Eagles’ career, while this came could have sealed the end of Andy Reid’s as the Eagles are nearly out of the playoff picture
- Mental mistakes by Rams, 49ers and officials result in a bizarre 24-24 tie; Danny Amendola catches 11 passes for 102 yards in return
- The Texans beat the Bears 13-6 in a sloppy downpour; Arian Foster rushes for 102 yards as Texans’ defense shuts down Bears
- Still to come: Chiefs @ Steelers