Here are the injury report designations for NFL teams playing on Sunday during Week 10. Detroit Lions (3-4-1) at Chicago Bears (3-5) Baltimore Ravens (6-2) at Cincinnati Bengals (0-8) Buffalo Bills (6-2) at Cleveland Browns (2-6) Kansas City Chiefs (6-3) at Tennessee Titans (4-5) Atlanta Falcons (1-7) at New Orleans Saints (7-1) New York Giants (2-7) at New York Jets (1-7) Arizona Cardinals (3-5-1) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-6) Miami Dolphins (1-7) at Indianapolis Colts (5-3) Carolina Panthers (5-3) at Green Bay Packers (7-2) Los Angeles Rams (5-3) at Pittsburgh Steelers (4-4) Minnesota Vikings (6-3) at Dallas Cowboys (5-3)

They were counting on quarterback Mitchell Trubisky to take another step forward and an offense that showed promise in coach Matt Nagy's first season to make more big plays. They did not anticipate their prized QB taking a step back, their line getting pushed around, the tight ends contributing little and the receivers - besides Allen Robinson - not delivering the way they hoped. They've been bogged down by slow starts.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was a full participant in practice on Wednesday for the first time since dislocating his right kneecap last month. Coach Andy Reid said before practice that Mahomes would be more involved, but added the reigning league MVP wouldn't play in Sunday's game at the Tennessee Titans "unless it's safe to do so." During the portion of Wednesday's practice open to the media, Mahomes remained second through individual drills behind veteran Matt Moore, who has started the last two games.

The Chicago Bears, one of the two remaining charter franchises of the National Football League, have put together an impressive century – nine NFL championships and a league-high 28 players inducted into the NFL's Hall of Fame. NBC Sports Chicago has identified the 100 greatest Bears moments, the "Hallowed Hundred" which are etched in memories throughout the history of the organization that started it all. Some of those moments have been individual games with defining overall significance.

It's been quite a fall in the NFC North for the Bears in 2019. And the worst part? They still may not have hit rock bottom.

Matt Nagy last week mentioned the upcoming stretch of the NFL season will see the league's good teams separate from the not-so-good teams. The Bears are 3-3; there's a strong chance we'll know for sure if this team is a viable playoff contender by the time they take off from LAX after playing the Rams in mid-November. Going a little further into the Bears' schedule, though, it doesn't look as difficult as it did before the season started: The Los Angeles Chargers and Philadelphia Eagles are not the Super Bowl contenders many predicted they'd be two months ago.

The New York Jets announced starter Sam Darnold will not play at Philadelphia this weekend, making it the third game he will miss after being diagnosed with mononucleosis on Sept. Luke Falk will be the Jets' starting quarterback for the second consecutive game, after going 12 of 22 passing for 98 yards and an interception in a 30-14 loss to the New England Patriots two weeks ago in his first career start. With starting quarterback Case Keenum nursing a foot injury, Washington coach Jay Gruden announced that Colt McCoy will start against the Patriots over rookie first-round pick Dwayne Haskins.

Gruden could be out if Washington falls to 0-4.

The suggestions below include a reliable quarterback option who seems to have taken his game to another level, a tight end in the midst of a breakout campaign and a pair of explosive rookie wide receivers. TOURNAMENTS (GPP – GUARANTEED PRIZE POOL) QB: Daniel Jones, NYG vs. WAS ($29): Jones was incredible in his first career start last week against Tampa Bay, throwing two touchdowns and rushing for two more. Meanwhile, the Redskins have surrendered three passing touchdowns to each of the three quarterbacks they've faced this season.

Chicago Bears guard Kyle Long took it too far and knew it. Long had already apologized to teammates for a practice fight last Wednesday night at Halas Hall in which he removed the helmet of rookie Jalen Dalton and began using it as a hammer. On Tuesday, he also apologized to Bears fans and media members.

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