The New England Patriots and New York Jets are still battling for the top spot in the AFC East after a pair of hard fought victories on Sunday over the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans. The Atlanta Falcons share the same 8-2 record to stand alone atop the NFC standings. The San Diego Chargers improved to 5-5 Monday night, scoring a TD in all four quarters en route to a 35-14 win over the 3-7 Denver Broncos. Check for all NFL Week 11 results below!
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Chicago Bears 16, Miami Dolphins 0 – Robbie Gould notched three FG’s as the Chicago defense held Miami to 187 total yards.
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Buffalo Bills 49, Cincinnati Bengals 31 – Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 316 yards and four touchdowns to rally his squad after being down 21 at the end of the second.
Dallas Cowboys 35, Detroit Lions 19 – The Cowboys scored 28 second half points to win big at home.
Washington Redskins 19, Tennessee Titans 16 – Graham Gano split the uprights from 48 yards out for the Redskins to win in OT.
Kansas City Chiefs 31, Arizona Cardinals 13 – Dwayne Bowe gained 109 yards and two touchdowns from six receptions.
Green Bay Packers 31, Minnesota Vikings 3 – Aaron Rodgers completed 22 passes for 301 yards and four TD’s to sweep his predecessor and the Division rival Vikings.
New York Jets 30, Houston Texans 27 – Mark Sanchez hit Santonio Holmes in the corner of the end zone in the final seconds to win by three.
Pittsburgh Steelers 35, Oakland Raiders 3 – The Steelers produced 21 second quarter points and coasted from there.
Baltimore Ravens 37, Carolina Panthers 13 – Dawan Landry and Ray Lewis took back interceptions for touchdowns in the fourth block to put the game out of reach for Carolina.
Jacksonville Jaguars 24, Cleveland Browns 20 – Maurice Jones-Drew rushed for 133 yards and one TD from 23 carries while gaining 87 yards from three receptions.
New Orleans Saints 34, Seattle Seahawks 19 – Drew Brees set a Saints completion record with 29 that led to 382 yards and four touchdowns.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21, San Francisco 49ers 0 – The Bucs shutout San Francisco at home for the first time since 1977.
New England Patriots 31, Indianapolis Colts 28 – Peyton Manning gift wrapped an INT for James Sanders at the six yard line with 31 seconds left in regulation.
Atlanta Falcons 34, St Louis Rams 17 – Michael Turner came through with 131 yards and one TD from 28 carries.
Philadelphia Eagles 27, New York Giants 17 – LeSean McCoy contributed the go-ahead score with a 50 yard run near the end of the fourth.
Monday, November 22, 2010
San Diego Chargers 35, Denver Broncos 14 – Phillip Rivers completed 15 passes for 233 yards and four TD’s.