The most notable thing Winston did Sunday came after being yanked for injury reasons following a middling first half.

Danny Amendola, WR, New England Patriots: After teammate Gilmore went back to the locker room because of dehydration, Amendola joined him, also suffering from the effects of dehydration. Similarly, he was declared questionable to return; also similarly, he made his return in the fourth quarter.

New Orleans controlled the game from the onset by exploiting the same weaknesses — awful third-down defense, an unproductive running game and a quarterback (Jameis Winston) who simply isn’t right because of shoulder problems — that have contributed to Tampa Bay (2-6) losing five straight games.

Winston wandered onto the field from the sideline to tap the back of Saints rookie cornerback Marshon Lattimore’s helmet with his finger at the end of a third-down play. Winston later said that he was telling Lattimore “to go to the sideline.”

Like every NFL coach and player says in cliché, the only thing we can do is worry about this week, not what just happened or what’s still coming. While teams are “just trying to go 1-0” every week, we’re just hoping to be 1-0 with our pick for each game.

Here are this week’s predictions and prognostications, both against the spread and straight up. Thanks again to Bovada for the Week 10 betting lines.

It was just the 14th time in NFL history, including the postseason, that a team had six or more rushing touchdowns in a game and first since the Patriots had six rushing scores in a 2013 playoff win over the Colts. The Chiefs were the last team with a least six rushing scores in a regular-season games, scoring eight times on the ground in a 56-10 rout of the Falcons.
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