Monday, November 21, 2016

NFL - Week Eleven Review

The Dallas Cowboys just keep on rolling along, winning at home, 27-17 against the Baltimore Ravens as quarterback Dak Prescott had three touchdown passes, including two to wide receiver Dez Bryant. It was Dallas' ninth consecutive win.
The Seattle Seahawks blasted the Philadelphia Eagles, 26-15 as QB Russell Wilson passed for 272 yards and a touchdown and also caught a touchdown pass to go with a 72-yard TD run by C.J. Prosise. The Seattle defense intercepted Eagles QB Carson Wentz twice in the win.
The New England Patriots handed the host San Francisco 49ers their ninth straight loss in a 30-17
Xavier Rhodes had a huge game in Vikings win
contest as Pats QB Tom Brady had four TD passes.
The Minnesota Vikings (6-4) snapped a four-game losing streak thanks to two huge plays in a 30-24 win against Arizona.
Cordarrelle Patterson took the second half kickoff back 104 yards for a touchdown and Xavier Rhodes, the Heftyinfo NFL Player of the Week, had two interceptions, including a game changing 100-yard touchdown return of a pick. The Vikings defense rose to the occasion and also had four QB sacks to go with the two interceptions.

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The Buffalo Bills snapped a three-game losing streak with a 16-12 road win at Cincinnati as kicker Dan Carpenter made three field goals to provide the difference . . .   The New York Giants outlasted the visiting Chicago Bears, 22-16 for their fifth consecutive victory. Giants QB Eli Manning hit WR Sterling Shepard on a 15-yard scoring pass late in the third quarter to provide the winning margin . . .   The Detroit Lions won a thriller over the visiting Jacksonville Jaguars, 26-19 as Andre Roberts took a punt back 55 yards for a score and Eric Ebron's one-yard scoring run made the difference . . .  The Pittsburgh Steelers won at Cleveland, 24-9 to snap a four-game losing streak. Le'Veon Bell scored a touchdown and rushed for 146 yards to lead the way . . .   The Indianapolis Colts nearly squandered a 21-0 lead but held off the visiting Tennessee Titans, 24-17 as QB Andrew Luck had two TD passes . . .   Miami QB Ryan Tannehill threw two TD passes and the Dolphins rallied in the fourth quarter to squeak out a 14-10 win at Los Angeles to spoil the debut of Rams rookie QB Jared Goff . . .  Tampa Bay beat the host Kansas City Chiefs, 19-17 behind four field goals by kicker Roberto Aguayo and a stellar defense that limited the Chiefs to just 82 yards on the ground and also forcing two turnovers . . .   Last Thursday night, the host Carolina Panthers built a 20-point lead and then  held on for a 23-20 win against the New Orleans Saints. Kicker Graham Gano made three field goals and RB Jonathan Stewart scored a rushing touchdown to offset two TD passes from QB Drew Brees . . .  The Washington Redskins squashed the visiting Green Bay Packers, 42-24 in the Sunday night game as QB Kirk Cousins had 375 passing yards and three touchdown passes to go with Robert Kelley's three rushing touchdowns and 137 yards on the ground. Packers QB Aaron Rodgers threw for 351 yards and three scores in the loss . . .  The Oakland Raiders (8-2) defeated the Houston Texans, 27-20 in come-from-behind fashion in the Monday night game as QB Derek Carr had three touchdown passes, including the game winning 35-yard TD pass to wide receiver Amari Cooper late in the fourth quarter.

Carolina 23, New Orleans 20
NY Giants 22, Chicago 16
Tampa Bay 19, Kansas City 17
Dallas 27, Baltimore 17
Pittsburgh 24, Cleveland 9
Buffalo 16, Cincinnati 12
Detroit 26, Jacksonville 19
Indianapolis 24, Tennessee 17
Minnesota 30, Arizona 24
New England 30, San Francisco 17
Seattle 26, Philadelphia 15
Miami 14, Los Angeles 10
Washington 42, Green Bay 24
Oakland 27, Houston 20

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