This week there was 8 divisional rivalries in total making it an exciting week in the league and the action didn't disappoint. There were close victories for the New Orleans Saints, the St Louis Rams and the Seattle Seahawks. How ever there was nothing close in Green Bay as the Packers ran wild over the Minnesota Vikings.
Week 10 Highlight - Sunday Night Football
New England Patriots @ New York Jets
New England Patriots Bill Belichick and Tom Brady broke a long standing record on Sunday night after beating the AFC rivals New York Jets 37-16 at the New Meadowlands Stadium.
The pair have now achieved 117 victories which is the most from a coach and quarterback due in the history of the NFL.
Brady threw three touchdown passes including two to second year and impressive tight-end Rob Gronkowski in a convincing victory. The Patriots now have supreme control over the AFC East moving to 6-3.
Quarterback Tony Romo was back in business for the Cowboys throwing three touchdowns for 270 yards with two of them going to Wide Receiver Laurent Robinson
Oakland Raiders 24 San Diego Chargers 17
The Chargers slumped to their fourth defeat in a row as Michael Bush ran for a career high of 157 yards for one touchdown under a impressive display from new quarterback Carson Palmer.
Tennessee Titans 30 Carolina Panthers 3
Chris Johnson was back to his best running for 130 yards with one touchdown to go 5-4
Houston Texans 37 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9
Matt Schaub continued his impressive form throwing two long touchdowns for 242 yards to keep the Texans top of the AFC South.
Pittsburgh Steelers 24 Cincinnati Bengals 17
Rashard Mendenhall ran for touchdowns alongside a strong performance from quarter Ben Roethlisberger as the Steelers held on to victory against a resurgent Bengals.
Jacksonville Jaguars 17 Indianapolis Colts 3
The Colts season goes from bad to worse as they suffer yet another loss (0-10) but this time to an unimpressive Jaguars.
Denver Broncos 17 Kansas City Chiefs 10
Tebowtime indeed as the Broncos quarterback found Eric Decker for a 56-yard touchdown to seal victory.
Arizona Cardinals 21 Philadelphia Eagles 17
QB Kevin Kolb couldn't face his old team but his new side snatched victory thanks to an impressive show from stand in quarterback John Skelton who threw 3 touchdowns for 315 yards including a late touchdown from Early Doucet.
Game of the Week - New Orleans Saints 26 Atlanta Falcons 23 (Overtime)
A debatable decision from Falcons coach Mike Smith to go on fourth down back fired as the Saints stopped the first down to then kick a field goal to snatch victory in Atlanta. The Falcons had closed a 10-point deficit in the final quarterback but threw it all away.
Washington Redskins 9 Miami Dolphins 20
Reggie Bush is back to his old Superbowl winning self as he scored two touchdowns to earn the first home victory for the Dolphins in almost a year.
St Louis Rams 13 Cleveland Browns 12
The pantomime that is the Rams this season got a mild cheer in an unimpressive game which saw a missed 22 yard field goal for the Browns cost them victory.
Baltimore Ravens 17 Seattle Seahawks 22
The Ravens went from heroes to zero's as the Steelers victory from last weeks seems a mere memory. Steven Hauschka matched a franchise record for Seattle with five field goals.
Detroit Lions 13 Chicago Bears 37
Matthew Stafford threw four interceptions with Charles Tillman and Major Wright returning two of them for touchdowns to claim an impressive victory in a heated game in Chicago.
New York Giants 20 San Francisco 49ers 27
In a game matching the Saints/Falcons for excitement, 49ers quarterback Alex Smith led his team to a 7th straight victory throwing for 242 yards despite another excellent performance from opposite QB Eli Manning.
Monday Night Football - Minnesota Vikings 7 Green Bay Packers 45
There's no stopping the Green Bay Express. Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdowns for 250 yards and the Packers defence showed more control than ever as they moved to 9-0.