Monday, November 23, 2015

NFL - Week Eleven Review

The Chargers retired LT's number 21
Dominators -  The Carolina Panthers (10-0) completely crushed the Washington Redskins, 44-16 as quarterback Cam Newton had five touchdown passes while the defense held the Redskins to just 186 total yards in offense, including only 14 yards rushing for the game . . .  The surging Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat host Philadelphia, 45-17 behind five touchdown passes from rookie QB Jameis Winston and 235 yards rushing from Doug Martin. Tampa Bay totaled 521 yards in offense against the Eagles defense . . .  The Kansas City Chiefs also were dominant as they pasted the hapless San Diego Chargers, 33-3 to spoil the festivities in San Diego as they honored all-time Chargers leading rusher LaDainian Tomlinson by retiring his jersey number 21 in a ceremony.  Reserve running back Spencer Ware ran for 96 yards and two touchdowns in the rout as Kansas City improved to 5-5 with their fourth straight win.

TOP PASSERS FOR WEEK ELEVENCarson Palmer (Arizona) 317 yards and four touchdowns;  Andy Dalton (Cincinnati) 315 yards and two touchdowns;  Cam Newton (Carolina) 246 yards and five touchdowns;  Jameis Winston (Tampa Bay) 246 yards and five touchdowns;  Russell Wilson (Seattle) 260 yards and three touchdowns.

TOP RUSHERS FOR WEEK ELEVENDoug Martin (Tampa Bay) 235 yards;  Thomas Rawls (Seattle) 209 yards and two touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving);  Darren McFadden (Dallas) 129 yards;  Jonathan Stewart (Carolina) 102 yards;  Eddie Lacy (Green Bay) 100 yards;  Spencer Ware (Kansas City) 96 yards and two touchdowns.

Cam Newton
Jameis Winston
Heftyinfo  NFL co-Players of the WeekCam Newton (Carolina Panthers QB) and Jameis Winston (Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB) each posted the same numbers of 246 passing yards and five TD passes in helping to lead their teams to easy victories.

Game Highlights . . . . .  Dallas won for the first time in nine weeks with a 24-14 road win at Miami as QB Tony Romo had two TD passes in his first game back from a broken collar bone that sidelined him since Week Two . . .  The Seattle Seahawks beat the visiting San Francisco 49ers, 29-13 as QB Russell Wilson threw for three scores and back up RB Thomas Rawls ran wild for 209 yards and scored two touchdowns . . .  Indianapolis rallied to beat the host Atlanta Falcons, 24-21 as linebacker D'Qwell Jackson intercepted Matt Ryan and scored on the return to tie the game in the fourth quarter and Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri drilled a 43-yard field goal with 52 seconds remaining to win the game . . .  Arizona won a thriller against the visiting Cincinnati Bengals, 34-31 as kicker Chandler Catanzaro made a 32-yard field goal with one second to play. Cardinals QB Carson Palmer threw four TD passes in the win . . .  The Denver Broncos held off the Chicago Bears, 17-15 for a hard fought road victory as backup QB Brock Osweiler had two TD passes and the Denver defense intercepted Bears QB Jay Cutler twice and then stuffed RB Jeremy Langford on a potential game tying two-point conversion run attempt . . .  Last Thursday night, the Jacksonville Jaguars beat the visiting Tennessee Titans, 19-13 as QB Blake Bortles had a touchdown pass in the win . . .  The Houston Texans improved to 5-5 with a 24-17 win against the fading New York Jets (5-5) as backup QB T.J. Yates had two scoring passes while the defense intercepted Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick twice . . .  Detroit held off the visiting Oakland Raiders for a 18-13 home win as kicker Matt Prater kicked a pair of field goals and QB Matthew Stafford ran for the go ahead score in the final quarter. The Lions defense limited Oakland to just 214 yards in total offense . . .  The Green Bay Packers snapped a three-game losing streak with a 30-13 road win against the Minnesota Vikings behind two TD passes from QB Aaron Rodgers and six QB sacks by the defense . . .  Baltimore beat visiting St. Louis, 16-13 in what proved to be a costly win as they lost both QB Joe Flacco (knee) and leading running back Justin Forsett (broken arm) for the season . . .  The New England Patriots stayed undefeated (10-0) with a hard fought 20-13 win against the visiting Buffalo Bills on the Monday Night Football game.

Jacksonville 19, Tennessee 13
Denver 17, Chicago 15
Detroit 18, Oakland 13
Baltimore 16, St. Louis 13
Houston 24, NY Jets 17
Dallas 24, Miami 14
Indianapolis 24, Atlanta 21
Carolina 44, Washington 16
Tampa Bay 45, Philadelphia 17
Kansas City 33, San Diego 3
Seattle 29, San Francisco 13
Green Bay 30, Minnesota 13
Arizona 34, Cincinnati 31
New England 20, Buffalo 13

                                                 NFL CHEERLEADER PHOTO OF THE WEEK 

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