With the tenth Sunday of the NFL season over, these three teams put on the most impressive performances of week ten. The Los Angeles Rams put on a second-half show at home to cruise by the Houston Texans, while the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons each dropped a ton of unanswered points to easily win their matchups.

Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams high-powered offense put on a disappointing showing in the first half of their home game against the Houston Texans. Los Angeles only managed three field goals in the first half and were lucky to be winning 9-7 at halftime.

Houston had turned the ball over twice inside the Rams 40-yard line and also missed a 34-yard field goal.

The Rams and Texans both opened the second half by quickly punting and then the rout was on. Jared Goff hit Robert Woods in stride for a 94-yard touchdown pass. Two drives later they scored on a 17-yard strike to Sammy Watkins and then closed out the quarter with Woods getting his second touchdown of the day.

Los Angeles would add a fourth Greg Zuerlein field goal in the fourth quarter to make the final score 33-7.

In the second half, the Texans offense punted three times and turned the ball over twice. The Rams outgained the Texans by 160 total yards despite only running two more plays, while forcing four turnovers and not committing any.

Jared Goff put on another amazing performance going 25-of-37 for 355 yards and three touchdowns.

Goff joined Tom Brady and Alex Smith as the only quarterbacks this season to throw for 300 or more yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in multiple games. He is also the first Rams quarterback to do ever that in back-to-back games.

New Orleans Saints

The New Orleans Saints found themselves behind at the start of the game, as the Bills managed a field goal on their opening drive.

New Orleans then proceeded to put on one of the most dominant performances of the NFL season, as they scored 47 unanswered points. Buffalo only answered at the very end of the fourth quarter with a garbage time touchdown to make the final score 47-10.

The Saints managed 284 more total yards, 22 more first downs and dominated the time of possession 41:23 to 18:37.

New Orleans also beat Buffalo at their own game, recording 48 carries for 298 rushing yards and six rushing touchdowns. Both Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara topped the 100-yard mark and the Saints did not have to punt at all.

Atlanta Falcons

Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons got off to a bad start as he threw a pick on what was their third offensive play and his first pass of the game.

This led to the Dallas Cowboys taking an early 7-0 lead on an 11-yard touchdown run by Dak Prescott. The Falcons then dominated the rest of the game as they scored 27 unanswered points in route to an impressive 27-7 victory in front of their home crowd.

Following that first pass Ryan, was nearly perfect going 22-of-28 for 215 yards and two touchdown passes. This was a must-win game for the Falcons, as they moved to 5-4 and can keep pace with the Saints and Carolina Panthers. Now they face a tough test next Monday night in Seattle against the Seahawks.