Week 10 was one for the ages, and several teams left their marks in NFL history.
Despite a couple of blowouts, multiple games went down to the wire and needed a game-winning kick to seal the deal.
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the league established a new record after five different teams (Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, and Seattle Seahawks) converted a game-winning field goal with no time remaining on the clock, which is the most game-winning scores with no time left in regulation in a single week in NFL history.
Five teams – Arizona, Cleveland, Detroit, Houston and Seattle – converted a game-winning field goal with no time remaining in Week 10, the most game-winning scores with no time remaining in regulation in a single week in NFL history.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 13, 2023
The Cardinals’ win featured Kyler Murray’s return from a torn ACL, giving his team its second win of the season.
The Browns were able to overcome a late double-digit deficit, rallying behind their stout defense to get a huge divisional road win over the Baltimore Ravens.
The Lions starred in a shootout against Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers in the highest-scoring matchup of the week.
The Texans proved that they’re for real by holding on to beat Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals in a nail-biter.
Last but not least, the Seahawks came back from behind to take down the Washington Commanders in a game that saw most of the scoring coming from field goals.
Needless to say, that was a beauty to watch for football fans alike and just a reminder of why this is the most exciting league in all major sports.
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