The Rams had the first chance to win the game in overtime and managed to complete an 80 yard pass taking the ball to the two yard line however the play was pulled back for an illegal formation penalty. The 49ers had the next chance but subsequently missed a 41 yard field goal attempt. The last scoring opportunity fell to the Rams who managed to score a 53 yard field goal, unfortunately it was again pulled back for a penalty, this time for a delay of game. All in all I think it is a period both teams will want to forget but on a plus note a tie is better than a loss on your record.
The green side of Meadowlands is not having a good time of things either, Sundays defeat to Seattle takes their record to 3 - 6 for the year. It is also worth noting that they failed to score a touchdown on offence. Rex Ryan may not want to admit it but surely it is Tebow time for the Jets as he will win them games of that I have no doubt!
Wall of shame week ten
Indianapolis 27 vs 10 Jacksonville
Buffalo 31 vs 37 New England
Oakland 20 vs 55 Baltimore
Denver 36 vs 14 Carolina
New York Giants 13 vs 31 Cincinnati
Detroit 24 vs 34 Minnesota
Tennessee 37 vs 3 Miami
Atlanta 27 vs 31 New Orleans
San Diego 24 vs 34 Tampa Bay
New York Jets 7 vs 28 Seattle
Dallas 38 vs 23 Philadelphia
St Louis 24 vs 24 San Francisco
Houston 13 vs 6 Chicago
Kansas City 13 vs 16 Pittsburgh
To finish off as always it is now time for my two award winners:
Instead this week the award goes to a quarterback who is really making a name for himself in this his second year in the league. It also helps that he has a great weapon to throw to in A J Green. That's right fans the award this week goes to Andy Dalton for the way he controlled his offence against the New York Giants. He threw for a total of 199 yards and a career high four touchdowns to four different receivers. Congratulations Andy Dalton on being the week ten Megatron award winner.