Week 10: Cast your vote for Sunday Stud

The Week 10 candidates for Sunday Stud are Shaun Alexander, London Fletcher, Edgerrin James, Darren Sharper and Roy Williams

Updated: November 13, 2005, 10:29 PM ET

Week 10 features a first in the 2005 Sunday Stud voting: two defensive players on the ballot. Darren Sharper helped the Vikings make life miserable for Giants quarterback Eli Manning while London Fletcher came up huge for the Bills in an upset of the Chiefs. They are joined by a pair of familiar running backs and a Lions wideout who broke out against the Cardinals.

Each Sunday, you can catch the candidates for Sunday Stud on NFL PrimeTime. Log on to ESPN.com to cast your vote and then watch the second half of the Sunday Night Football broadcast to see who wins!

So take a minute to check out the candidates and cast your vote!

 Alexander
Shaun Alexander

Alexander continued his dominance in Week 10, rushing for 165 yards and scoring three touchdowns in a 31-16 win over St. Louis. He carried the ball a season-high 33 times and leads the NFL with 949 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns.


 Fletcher
London Fletcher

Fletcher keyed a 14-3 upset of the Chiefs with 20 total tackles (13 solo), a sack and a forced fumble. ''They came in and tried to take over our house and we weren't going to let it happen,'' said Fletcher after the game.


 James
Edgerrin James

James rushed for 122 yards and a touchdown while also catching three passes for 26 yards in the Colts' 31-17 win over Houston. He has now gone over 100 rushing yards in each of Indianapolis' last five games.


 Sharper
Darren Sharper

Sharper was a huge part of Minnesota's 24-21 upset of the Giants, intercepting three Eli Manning passes and taking one back 92 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter. Sharper also had four solo tackles for a defense that produced four total interceptions and a fumble recovery.


 Williams
Roy Williams

Williams' toughness was questioned after his slow return from a thigh injury but he answered his critics loudly with seven receptions for 117 yards and a career-high three touchdowns as the Lions dispatched the Cardinals, 29-21.