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NFL Week Ten, Update #4

• The Raiders, and I probably shouldn't be so disappointed about this, couldn't seal the deal against the Broncos. No interceptions from Andrew Walter (weird) and 3 interceptions from Jake Plummer (not weird), and the Broncos are your winners. There were 109 total rushing yards... combined. Even the Jags and Texans thought that game was ugly. Broncos win, 17-14.

• Seattle hasn't had Matt Hasselbeck of Shaun Alexander forever, and they've still got a two-game lead in the division. Be ashamed, Rams. Maurice Morris ran for 124 yards, Darrell Jackson had 85 yards and a touchdown, and Seneca Wallace had an interception-free day. Seahawks get the W, 24-22.


• It was the Marques Colston Show, and then it became the Willie Parker Show, and ended it when Terrence Copper fumbled the ball away as the Saints would've been in position to get a tying score. It was the third high-scoring game of the day involving a team from the AFC North. Colston had 169 yards on 10 catches, and Willie Parker ran for 213 yards on 22 catches. Steelers win, 38-31.

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