If cheaters never prosper, they never read Dave Richard's Cheat Sheet. Fantasy owners pushing for the playoffs shouldn't miss his take on over 150 players heading into Week 11.
Jacksonville made a ton of errors in the game but Tennessee's just happened to be more costly. The Jags now have a chance to make noise in the AFC South if they can stack some wins.
With Marcus Mariota and Blake Bortles, the Titans and Jaguars feature young, budding stars at quarterback. The two AFC South rivals also have plenty to play for when they square off in Jacksonville. Here are five key stats to know for Thursday night's showdown.
All eyes are on the three unbeatens, especially the Patriots as Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the 8-0 Pats head to New York to face the one team that's had their number in recent years. Could the Titans trip up the Panthers? Or the Texans ambush the Bengals?
Mariota had a four-touchdown game to lead his team over the Saints.
In an outsized NFL, it has become too easy for rich owners to fire coaches and GMs and eat millions. If you think the coaching carnage has been bad so far, just wait.
Brandon Browner also took to Twitter to continue his tirade.
The ball deflected off two Saints defenders, popped up in the air and fell into Walkers arms, then he rumbled his way to the end zone.
The firing of Ken Whisenhunt may be only the beginning in Tennessee, where change from ownership on down makes more sense as conjecture than analysis right now.
Marcus Mariota threw a pick-six that wasn't really his fault. But he has no one else to blame for his awful tackle attempt.

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