NFL week 11


Graphic by Brennan Arcement

Week 11 of the National Football League left the Pittsburgh Steelers still on their undefeated winning streak and the New York Jets with no wins yet this season. 

The week began with a National Football Conference West matchup between the Arizona Cardinals and the Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks were victorious over the Cardinals with a final score of 28-21. 

On Sunday, the Steelers kept their win streak alive when they beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 27-3. The Jets lost their tenth game this season against the Los Angeles Chargers 34-28.

The Tennessee Titans won their game against the Baltimore Ravens, after going into overtime, 27-20. The Indianapolis Colts won their game against the Green Bay Packers, after going into overtime as well, 34-31.

The New Orleans Saints defeated their NFC South rivals, the Atlanta Falcons, 24-9. The Kansas City Chiefs won against their American Football Conference West rivals, the Las Vegas Raiders 35-31. 

The Carolina Panthers did not allow the Detroit Lions to score any points in their game which ended in a 20-0 victory for the Panthers. The Houston Texans won their game against the New England Patriots 27-20. The Cleveland Browns beat the Philadelphia Eagles 22-17. 

The Washington Football Team defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 20-9. The Denver Broncos beat the Miami Dolphins 20-13. The Dallas Cowboys won their game against the Minnesota Vikings 31-28.

Monday night’s game was a matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Rams beat the Buccaneers 27-24. 

Teams that had week 11 bye weeks included the New York Giants, Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers. 

With the conclusion of week 11, NFC division leaders include the Seahawks (7-3) in the West, Packers (7-3) in the North, Saints (8-2) in the South and Eagles (3-6-1) in the East. Though the Eagles are leading the NFC East division, all teams in the division have three wins.  

The AFC division leaders include the Bills (7-3) in the East, the Chiefs (9-1) in the West, the Steelers (10-0) in the North, and the Colts (7-3) in the South. In the AFC South, the Colts are tied with the Titans at 7-3.

Week 12 of the season begins Thursday with two Thanksgiving Day matchups. At 11:30 a.m. on CBS, the Texans will be playing against the Lions. At 3:30 p.m. on Fox, it will be a NFC East matchup between Washington and the Cowboys. There are no teams on a bye week for week 12.