Jones has the Patriots on a roll while some other rookie QBs are struggling. NFL Nation assesses all 10 first-year signal callers, and looks at what's ahead.
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— Making a cross-country trip following a short week that included their most impressive victory of the season, the San Francisco 49ers had the potential for a letdown against Jacksonville.
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Kevin Byard and the Titans can't wait for the Pats, next week is key for the Daniel Jones and the Giants, while K.C. and Travis Kelce want a rematch with the Chargers.
Week 10 takeaways, big questions: Blowouts for Pats, Cowboys, Bills, Chiefs; Panthers upset Cardinals
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— Jonathan Taylor's gashing runs and a blocked punt helped the Indianapolis Colts open with a flourish Sunday. Then their defense held tight for the final three quarters.
The Jaguars want to test James Robinson pregame on Sunday, as there are differing opinions about whether he is healthy enough to face the Colts, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
As we embark on Week 10 of the NFL season, our reporters have you covered with updates to key players ahead of their matchups.
Josh Allen, the Jags DE, did a bit of everything to beat Josh Allen, the Bills QB, in last week's game. He was honored by Nickelodeon, but his teammates didn't take it easy on him.
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Graziano & Fowler debate NFL coaches on the hot seat, Week 10 upsets, fantasy sleepers: What they're hearing
Which NFL coaches need second-half improvements, and who are the top candidates to get consideration when jobs open? Our insiders weigh in.
Myles Garrett is set to make history in Cleveland, Mike Zimmer is not long for Minnesota and Justin Herbert will lead the Chargers to the playoffs.
Jaguars coach Urban Meyer said that injured QB Trevor Lawrence (ankle) and RB James Robinson (heel) will be limited this week because of their injuries, but he expects both -- along with injured LT Cam Robinson (back) -- to play against the Colts.
Jordan Love struggles vs. the Chiefs and Aaron Rodgers struggles to explain himself. Plus, the Cowboys and Rams suffer shocking losses.
Quarterback Josh Allen, behind a shorthanded offensive line, struggled on Sunday as the Buffalo Bills came up short in an uncharacteristic 9-6 loss to the Jaguars in Jacksonville.
Cleveland pulled off a statement win in the AFC North, but Dallas and Buffalo suffered shocking upsets and struggled on offense all day. What to know for every Week 9 game.
— Jacksonville linebacker Josh Allen wanted his namesake's jersey — badly.
When the Jaguars' Allen sacked the Bills' Allen for a 10-yard loss with 21 seconds to play in the first half, it marked the first time that an NFL player sacked another player with the same name.
Jaguars running back James Robinson will not play against the Bills because of a right heel injury.