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NFL Schedule Week 10: TV Coverage Map, Start Times and Live-Stream Info Vikings DE Everson Griffen inactive vs. Redskins, QB Teddy Bridgewater active Vikings-Redskins Gameday Updates Everson Griffen OUT vs Redskins 20 The all-world defensive end will be sitting today’s game out Washington Redskins: Kirk Cousins proved he can be daring in Week 9 win When Kirk Cousins needed to show the Washington Redskins more, he did just that in their Week 9 win over the Seahawks. The Washington Redskins’ thrilling 17-14 win over the Seattle Seahawks Monday possibly saved the season and Kirk Cousins’ contract talks. Be tired of it, be angry, but it’s the truth. Cousins needed to show some growth in Week 9. Well, mission completed. He threw into coverage, took shots downfield, and even played a solid fourth quarter. Cousins did everything everyone complains about him never doing. That doesn’t make him an elite quarterback, but one that knows when to step out his comfort zone. The Redskins schedule will get easier. But not today. The Vikings, 6-2, travel to Ashburn to take on the burgundy and gold at 1:00 PM EST. They’ll be looking to drop the Redskins below .500 again. Week 10 will feature a handful of teams playing in desperation mode to either keep their playoff hopes alive in competitive divisions or maintain a sense of pride through a disappointing start. The Dallas Cowboys don't fall into either category, but their offense will look different without a star player in the backfield. With the Philadelphia Eagles off to a hot start at 8-1, Dallas head coach Jason Garrett must prepare his team for a rough stretch in order to claim a playoff spot. The push starts at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Many have criticized the Minnesota Vikings' competition over the past few weeks. They beat the Chicago Bears with a rookie signal-caller, the Green Bay Packers without Aaron Rodgers, the Baltimore Ravens with a subpar offense and the winless Cleveland Browns in their past four games. Now, the Vikings travel to the nation's capital to play against a .500 squad coming off a huge win. How will Minnesota fare against a tougher opponent? Will the Denver Broncos snap their four-game losing streak against the New England Patriots, who have won four consecutive contests? 506 Sports on Twitter relayed the coverage map for Week 10 games: You can follow the information below to watch the games on television or through a mobile device on live stream. We'll also go through notable storylines for the upcoming slate of contests. Week 10 Schedule, Television and Live-Stream Details Sunday, November 12 New York Jets at Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 1 p.m. ET, CBS, CBS All Access New Orleans Saints at Buffalo Bills: 1 p.m. ET, Fox, Fox Sports Go Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears: 1 p.m. ET, Fox, Fox Sports Go Cleveland Browns at Detroit Lions: 1 p.m. ET, CBS, CBS All Access Pittsburgh Steelers at Indianapolis Colts: 1 p.m. ET, CBS, CBS All Access Los Angeles Chargers at Jacksonville Jaguars: 1 p.m. ET, CBS, CBS All Access Cincinnati Bengals at Tennessee Titans: 1 p.m. ET, Fox, Fox Sports Go Minnesota Vikings at Washington Redskins: 1 p.m. ET, Fox, Fox Sports Go Houston Texans at Los Angeles Rams: 4:05 p.m. ET, CBS, CBS All Access New York Giants at San Francisco 49ers: 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox, Fox Sports Go Dallas Cowboys at Atlanta Falcons: 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox, Fox Sports Go New England Patriots at Denver Broncos: 8:30 p.m. ET, NBC, NBC Sports Monday, November 13 Miami Dolphins at Carolina Panthers: 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN, WatchESPN Notable Week 10 Storylines Dallas Cowboys Set to Play Without Ezekiel Elliott, Left Tackle Tyron Smith According to Dallas Morning News reporter Kate Hairopoulos, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit on Thursday set running back Ezekiel Elliott's appeal hearing for December 1, which keeps him out of action for the next four games: We'll see how the Cowboys offense fares without its star running back on Sunday. Furthermore, starting left tackle Tyron Smith will also miss the upcoming contest with a groin injury, per Dallas Morning News reporter Brandon George. It's worth noting wideout Dez Bryant practiced on Friday, though he missed two sessions with ankle and knee injuries. Quarterback Dak Prescott will hand off to Alfred Morris as the primary ball-carrier. His top receiver won't suit up at 100 percent, so we'll see more Terrance Williams, Cole Beasley and Jason Witten involved in the passing attack. It's not an ideal situation for the Cowboys, but it helps that the offense scored 28 points, with Williams leading the team racking up 141 receiving yards and Beasley scoring two touchdowns in Week 9. Maybe Dallas doesn't need its flashy star players on the field or at 100 percent to win games against an average defense. Nonetheless, the Cowboys will travel to Atlanta to face a desperate
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Gene Collier Tight ends come up huge in highest scoring Steelers Ravens game ever Videos may use content-based copyright contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/) Welcome to " T.A News T.V" Channel ! ► Please LIKE ✯ COMMENT ✯ SUBSCRIBE to My Channel to see more interesting videos ! ➤ https://goo.gl/uJ45C8 ➤Twitter: https://goo.gl/tru2zC ➤Blog: https://goo.gl/yXMFiv ➤ Google Plus: https://goo.gl/5m9VQN ★★ Thanks for watching! Please leave a like if you enjoyed and tell me what you think in the comments! Thanks ★★ You need a map of the Steelers locker room at Heinz Field to even attempt to find the tight ends in there; you start with a hard out-and-up, and then you go deep on the right boundary, past the room where the coaches and the general manager and the front office types commiserate post-game, past the long row of defensive standouts, past the showers entrance and on into the lair of the wide receivers and the throne of Antonio Brown, beyond the empty locker stall that gives A.B. his cushion. And you’re not there yet. But soon, if the air is clear amid a heavy undergrowth of equipment bags and assorted obstacles, you’ll find numbers 81, 89, 85. You might even find the players who wear those numbers. If you reach the river, you’ve gone too far. Ben Roethlisberger always knows where these guys are – Jesse James, Vance McDonald, Xavier Grimble -- which is why on Sunday night, when the Steelers had the quarterback on a pitch count of around 70, he targeted tight ends 20 times on 66 passes, finding them 14 times for a monstrously critical 149 yards throughout the highest-scoring Steelers-Ravens affair in history. He even found, of all things, a fullback, not only in his own backfield, but almost open in the endzone for a one-yard touchdown pass, the first touchdown of Roosevelt Nix’s pro career. “You know we live by the code the standard is the standard,” said Nix, who jerked Roethlisberger’s pass away from Baltimore safety Tony Jefferson during a 19-point fourth-quarter eruption that pushed Pittsburgh to a 39-38 victory and another AFC North title. “When it’s your time to step up, it’s your time – tight ends, linemen – we’ve got situations all over the field with people comin’ in, people comin’ out.” After the soon-to-be-division champs blew a 14-point lead and dug themselves an 11-point ditch late in the third quarter, Nix’s catch made it 31-29 Baltimore with 9:15 to play. The Ravens would stretch the lead to nine points on Javorius Allen’s nine-yard run less than three minutes later, but Le’Veon Ball’s 11-yard touchdown made it a two-point game again with 3:15 left. “That was insane,” said the tight end with the 10 catches for 97 yards, Mr. James. “It has to the highest scoring game (of this series) in a long time, maybe ever.” Yes, ever. In a fairly vicious rivalry where 23-20 is generally considered a slugfest, 77 points and 958 total net yards made it seem like we’d all wandered into another division if not another sport. But for all the brilliance of Roethlisberger (506 passing yards) and Brown (213 on the receiving end), the Steelers’ eight-game win streak would not have extended to nine without the tight ends, most especially James, the 6-7 third-year man out of Penn State who has inherited the remains of the HEEEATH roar that honors iconic tight end Heath Miller. “We were beating the zone coverage,” said James, who’d never caught more than six passes in any of his 36 NFL games prior to Sunday’s. “Ben played a helluva game. We were makin’ contact catches when we could. We didn’t force anything. We played a good game.” And they were still primed to lose it when they took possession for the final time with 2:25 left at their own 17. That drive started like too many others over the years, with 15-year veteran Terrell Suggs on top of Roethlisberger in the Pittsburgh backfield for a nine-yard loss. Two plays later they were looking at 3rd-and-13 from the 14 on the wrong side of the two-minute warning. Roethlisberger slung it over the middle to James between Jefferson and the linebacker Matthew Judon, and James grabbed it for 16 yards and a first down at the 30. They were alive. “They were running zone again,” James said. “Ben saw the first window that I came into, put it on my body, let me make the play. Made a catch in the contact and that’s what I needed to do; that’s what tight ends do.” It took six plays from there to set up the Chris Boswell, the Wizard of Boz if you must, for his fourth decisive final-minute field goal in the past five games, but if the Steelers are going to overcome a defense that’s hemorrhaging without Ryan Shazier, they’re going to need all three tight ends.
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