NFL Week 10 Schedule: Titans vs Saints, Cowboys vs Falcons, dates, games and times
We take you through the matchups and what to look out for as we get ready for NFL Week 10 action.
Join us here on AS English for our live coverage of two choice match ups with the Titans vs Saints and the Cowboys vs Falcons in NFL week 10.
Tennessee Titans vs New Orleans Saints
The Titans, who will host the Saints, come into the game with a 7-2 record while New Orleans is currently 5-3 ahead of their date at Nissan Stadium. The kickoff is scheduled for Sunday November 14th at 19:00 p.m. CET.
In their last game Tennessee were the architects of a big upset as they defeated the Los Angeles Rams 28-16 thanks to an impressive defensive effort. The Titans held the Rams to 4 for 15 on 3rd-down attempts and 1 for 3 in the red zone. There was even a pick-six by S Kevin Byard in the first half as they put on a defensive clinic. The performance was made all the more stunning by the fact that it was Tennessee’s first game without All-Pro RB Derrick Henry who will likely be out for the rest of the season having had surgery on his injured foot.
The Titans have won 5 straight games, the last 4 of which have come vs playoff teams from 2020— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 8, 2021
They're the 4th team in last 15 seasons to win 4 straight games, all vs playoff teams from previous season
The previous 3 all made the Super Bowl (2009 Saints, GB in 2010, NE in 2011) pic.twitter.com/DKomUFqP5h
The Titans, however, will want to be cautious with the Saints considering the fact that though they won against the Rams, their offense was not very productive. Tennessee only averaged 3.5 yards per play with fewer than 200 passing yards and 100 rushing yards.
The Saints were frustrated in their last game as they were narrowly downed by the Atlanta Falcons last Sunday 27-25. Having come back from a double-digit fourth-quarter deficit to take a lead with 1:01 on the clock, the Saints were left stunned when Falcons QB Matt Ryan drove Atlanta down the field for a game-winning field goal as time expired. It was Saints QB Trevor Siemian’s first start of the season having been officially selected over Taysom Hill to replace the injured Jameis Winston. The veteran quarterback completed 25 of 41 passes for 249 yards for two touchdowns and no interceptions. Backup QB Taysom Hill did in fact come in having recently returned from concussion but he only attempted two passes and one run.
Expect fireworks in this one as the Titans are on the up while the Saints will be looking to take out their frustrations.
The Dallas Cowboys vs the Atlanta Falcons
The Atlanta Falcons who are currently 4-4 will go on the road to face a Dallas Cowboys team that despite their recent loss to Denver is firing on all cylinders. Kickoff is set for Sunday 14th at 19:00 p.m. CET. at the AT&T Stadium. In their last game the Falcons pulled off a dramatic 27-25 late win against the New Orleans Saints on virtually the last play of the game. It was the third win in a row for Atlanta as QB Matt Ryan threw for a season-high 343 yards. It was a great performance for Atlanta but they will know that it will be a very different prospect against the 'Boys.'
The Cowboys on the other hand saw a six-game win streak snapped with a 30-16 home loss to the Denver Broncos. Dak Prescott was admittedly not at his best as Dallas was committed a number of turnovers and only posted a meager 290 total yards. Prescott's pass completion on the night was indeed just 48.7% as he completed 19 of 39 passes. It was the Cowboys first lost at home since November 2020 and one they will want to quickly forget. Even more so considering that it was a loss against a Broncos side that was without defensive linchpin Von Miller. All things considered Dallas will be expected to get things right this week as Prescott looks to right the wrongs of their last game.
If you're interested in who else is playing in week 10 take a look at the full schedule below:
*All times are listed in CET
Friday Night Football on November 12th at 02:20 a.m.
Miami Dolphins vs Baltimore Ravens
Sunday Night Football on November 14th
all games kickoff at 19:00 p.m. unless stated otherwise
New York Jets vs Buffalo Bills
Pittsburgh Steelers vs Detroit Lions
Indianapolis Colts vs Jacksonville Jaguars
Washington Football Team vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New England Patriots vs Cleveland Browns
Arizona Cardinals vs Carolina Panthers - 22:05 p.m.
Los Angeles Chargers vs Minnestoa Vikings - 22:05 p.m.
Green Bay Packers vs Seattle Seakhawks - 22:25 p.m.
Denver Broncos vs Philadelphia Eagles - 22:25 p.m.
Monday Night Football on November 15th at 02:20 a.m.
Las Vegas Raiders vs Kansas City Chiefs
Tuesday Night Football on November 16th at 02:15 a.m.
Los Angeles Rams vs San Francisco 49ers
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