Sunday’s NFL action was highly entertaining with close contests all around. The Cowboys scored their only points in the fourth quarter to edge the Redskins 7-6. The Browns and Lions showcased quite the shootout, scoring 75 points combined with Detroit taking the lead by 1 with no time on the clock. The Giants bounced back from their four game losing streak with a field goal in overtime. The Colts and Saints are still undefeated at 10-0, following their wins against the Ravens and Buccaneers. The Titans are set to matchup against Houston tonight at 8:30 PM. Check Week 11 scores below.
Thursday, November 19th, 2009
Miami Dolphins 24, Carolina Panthers 17 – Carolina scored 14 fourth quarter points, but the Dolphins answered with 10 more to take this one by 7.
Sunday, November 22nd, 2009
Dallas Cowboys 7, Washington Redskins 6 – The Cowboys will stay on top of the NFC East after claiming yesterday’s defensive battle over the Redskins.
Detroit Lions 38, Cleveland Browns 37 – Matthew Stafford threw five touchdowns to Brady Quinn’s four as the Lions clinched the W in dramatic fashion with a last second score.
Green Bay Packers 30, San Francisco 49ers 24 – Aaron Rodgers led his Packers with 344 yards and two TD’s from 32 completions.
Kansas City Chiefs 27, Pittsburgh Steelers 24 – Chiefs WR Chris Chambers racked up 119 yards from just four receptions.
Minnesota Vikings 35, Seattle Seahawks 9 – Brett Favre was nearly perfect, completing 22 of 25 passes for 213 yards and four TD’s.
New York Giants 34, Atlanta Falcons 31 – Lawrence Tynes just barely sent it through the uprights for New York to win their first game in November.
New Orleans Saints 38, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7 – The Buccaneers started off strong with a TD in the first but were shut down from there.
Jacksonville Jaguars 18, Buffalo Bills 15 – Jacksonville notched the only score of the final quarter with a TD and two point conversion.
Indianapolis Colts 17, Baltimore Ravens 15 – Indianapolis scored two TD’s in the first half and left it up to the defense to keep their loss column at zero.
Arizona Cardinals 21, St Louis Rams 13 – Kurt Warner went to work early with 203 yards and two TD’ before suffering a head injury.
San Diego Chargers 32, Denver Broncos 3 – The Chargers cruised past Denver, posting numbers each quarter as the Broncos finished up with just one field goal.
Oakland Raiders 20, Cincinnati Bengals 17 – Oakland officially earned the upset when Cincinnati fumbled late in the game.
New England Patriots 31, New York Jets 14 – The Pats D intercepted rookie QB Mark Sanchez four times as the offense coasted.
Philadelphia Eagles 24, Chicago Bears 20 – LeSean McCoy ran for 99 yards and a TD from 20 total carries.
Monday, November 23rd, 2009
Tennessee Titans 20, Houston Texans 17 – Vince Young rushed for 73 yards while throwing for 116, leaving 29 carries and 151 yards for RB Chris Johnson.