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NFL Schedule, Week 10: Rooting guide for 2018 NFL Draft order

Use this as your open thread for today’s non-Giants action

NFL: Buffalo Bills at New York Jets Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

What reason could New York Giants fans have for paying attentiont o what happens around the NFL for the remainder of the 2017 NFL season? Well, in addition to simply being football fans, how other teams do will help determine the 2018 NFL Draft order.

Here is a look at the Week 10 schedule, and your quick guide as to who you should be rooting for. Check for the games being shown in your area.

New Orleans Saints (6-2) at Buffalo Bills (5-3): Well, this one will have no bearing for the Giants. But, it’s kinda nice to see that the Bills are actually pretty good.

Green Bay Packers at (4-4) at Chicago Bears (3-5): Another who cares game for Giants fans, really. Although it really is interesting to watch the Packers, running the same offense the Giants run with Ben McAdoo as head coach, flounder without Aaron Rodgers.

Cleveland Brows (0-8) at Detroit Lions (4-4): Sure would be nice for the Giants if the Browns could get out of their way long enough to win a few games the rest of the way.

Pittsburgh Steelers (6-2) at Indianapolis Colts (3-6): The Colts really aren’t very good. Somehow you wonder if the Giants might end up winning more games than Indy.

LA Chargers (3-5) at Jacksonville Jaguars (5-3): The Chargers were 0-4 until they ran into the Giants. Now, they aren’t in the running for a top 5 pick. At least not currently.

New York Jets (4-5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-6): Well, you have to root for the Bucs. First, because we know it’s impossible to root for the Jets, and excruciating to see that they are better than the Giants. Plus, the Bucs have lost five straight and are careening toward a top 5 pick of their own.

Cincinnati Bengals (3-5) at Tennessee Titans (5-3): Can’t be going into a tailspin there, Bengals!

Minnesota Vikings (6-2) at Washington Redskins (4-4): Can’t be rooting for the Redskins. Period.

Houston Texans (3-5) at LA Rams (6-2): Well, after the beat down the Rams gave the Giants it would be nice to see them slapped down a peg. Plus, can’t have those DeShaun Watson-less Texans going into a nose dive.

Dallas Cowboys (5-3) at Atlanta Falcons (4-4): This one means nothing for the Giants in terms of the draft. It is, however, always nice to see someone knock the Cowboys around.

New England Patriots (6-2) at Denver Broncos (3-5): The Broncos really aren’t very good. But, hey, if they could somehow upset New England that’s good news for the Giants all the way around.