Outside of the Jaguars grabbing their first victory of the season and maybe the Bengals successful Hail Mary to force overtime vs. the Ravens, the wackiest game on the Week 10 schedule had to be the Rams facing the Colts on the road.

Indianapolis was a 9.5-point favorite and was coming off big wins vs. the Broncos and Seahawks in recent weeks, and it seemed as though the Colts shouldn't have had any problems with a Rams squad that had lost three straight and still was having to start journeyman quarterback Kellen Clemens.

But this is the NFL and no game is safe. And thus, the Rams rightfully plundered the Colts for 38 points and easily won by four touchdowns and a safety. It's the first time St. Louis has won by at least 30 points since 2003. And it was easily the breakout game for receiver Tavon Austin, taken No. 8 overall in the 2013 draft who hadn't been utilized by the team in the way that many observers would have expected. As in, the team really hadn't given Austin the ball.