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NFL Week 10 live: Randy Moss, Chad Pennington, Brett Favre, the Mannings, the Ryans

By Cindy Boren

Kerry Collins, rather than Vince Young, will start today for the Tennessee Titans in Miami, but Randy Moss will get most of the attention. The food critic/wide receiver is now on his third team -- and it's only Week 10 -- as he strives to become the first player to catch TD passes with three teams in one season. It's good to have goals. On the other sideline, Penninem, aka Chad Pennington, brings his stylings to the Dolphins' starting QB job. ...

Vikings-Bears promises some drama; at least on the Minnesota sideline. Vikings players say they won't quit despite their dislike of Brad Childress. Although Brett Favre says that he will quit, after the season. (Stretch. Yawn. Get back to me in August, Brett.) Probably a good idea since he is accountable for 17 of the Vikings' 19 turnovers this season. ...

Family matters: The Cowboys have a new coach, the Giants are on a roll. The Colts get the Bengals. Who'll have a better day: Peyton Manning or Eli Manning? In Cleveland, which wacky Ryan twin will have more fun: Rex or Rob? Probably Rex and his Jets. He certainly got all the attention for his clever use of props as he impersonated his brother, but Rex won the midweek battle of the bros with his simple, elegant: "I think I'll stick with what I got: skill and intelligence over ignorance and superstition."

Patriots-Steelers factoid: New England has lost consecutive games only twice in the last eight years.

Let's watch some fubball and take this to Twitter.



Join the conversation and see your NFL tweets here with #nflwp

By Cindy Boren  | November 14, 2010; 12:13 PM ET
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