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Editor's note: Due to popular demand TJ's Take will be returning for the rest of the season.
Here's my quick review of everything we saw in Week 10 of the 2004 NFL season:
Offensive player of the week
Colts quarterback Peyton Manning. For the third time this season, Manning threw five touchdown passes and now has 31 scoring tosses in nine games as Indianapolis toyed with the stunned Texans, 49-14.
Defensive player of the week
Bears defensive end Alex Brown. Last week, the former Florida Gator totaled four sacks in the win over the Giants. Sunday, he sacked Titans quarterback Billy Volek in the end zone which led to a game-winning safety in overtime as the Bears won at Tennessee, 19-17.
Coaching move(s) of the Week
Herman Edwards: The Jets didn't handle the clock very well in the final :55 seconds of their OT loss to the Ravens, and the Meadowlands' crowd let him know it.
Perhaps we'll see some separation in the NFC next. Nine of the conference's 16 teams are either 5-4 or 4-5 (and that could be 10 teams if Dallas surprises Philadelphia Monday night).
Tom Jackson is an NFL analyst for ESPN.
The Steelers and Patriots remain on top of the NFL after 10 weeks, according to Tom Jackson.