NFL Week 10 reactions: Rex beats the Jets, Peyton Manning benched and more

Week 10 of the 2015 NFL season is officially in the books. As always, it was a week full of brilliant plays, comebacks, upsets … and of course some pretty bad performances too.

Just like every week, SiriusXM’s sports channels covered all the action from this past weekend. Here’s a look at what they had to say about some of the biggest stories from Week 10:

The Buffalo Bills got a huge win over the New York Jets, 22-17, in coach Rex Ryan’s MetLife homecoming Thursday Night. But Bills’ running back Karlos WIlliams told NFL Radio the win wasn’t all about Ryan beating his old team.

“It was more about going there and executing our plays and going out of there with a ‘W,’ and we did that,” Williams said. “We made it about him, and he made it about us, and when you have that kind of care for your coach, and the coach has that kind of care for the players like that, only good outcomes can come from that.”

On Mad Dog Sports Radio, Adam Schein had a different view on the Bills’ win.

“Even when Rex Ryan says it’s not about Rex Ryan, it’s all about Rex Ryan. ” Schein said. “He celebrated like he won the Super Bowl. See, this is what he would do when he was with the Jets, and he’d celebrate after they beat the Patriots, and then there would be nothing left in the tank for the next game.”

In a game in which he passed Brett Favre for most career passing yards in the NFL, Peyton Manning was eventually benched in the Denver Broncos 29-13 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Schein explained why he thinks he should stay there.

“If you don’t look at the name this is a no-brainer: Denver’s quarterback has earned a demotion,” said Schein. “Peyton Manning, pushing 40, is the worst starting quarterback in the NFL.”

Eli Manning almost proved to be Tom Brady’s kryptonite once again, but the New England Patriots beat the New York Giants 27-26 with seconds left on the clock. Schein never doubted Brady would do it.

“The Giants had a zero percent chance of winning that game,” Schein said. “It’s Bill Belichick and Tom Brady’s world, and we’re just living in it.”

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