Week 11 of the NFL season is here, and we’ve got you covered with all the action around the league.
Some vital divisional matchups kicked things off in the early window, including the Giants beating the Commanders, the Browns taking down the Steelers and the Jaguars dominating the Titans. Later, Seahawks–Rams and Jets–Bills highlight the afternoon slate of divisional tilts.
Here are Sunday’s top moments!
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Chicago put together a 10-play touchdown drive to open the game, ending with D’Onta Foreman running in a goal-line score.
Jahmyr Gibbs ran in a 2-yard score, getting Detroit on the board and evening up the score at seven apiece.
I want MOORE
Bears roar, too
Chicago got a field goal on its first possession of the second half and then recovered a fumble on the ensuing kickoff. Three plays later, Fields and Moore hooked up for a 39-yard touchdown.
Lions come back!
Goff hit wide receiver Jameson Williams for a 32-yard touchdown, getting the Lions to within one score. After forcing a Chicago three-and-out, Detroit then took the lead when David Montgomery ran in a goal-line score, and then it converted a two-point attempt.
Let Tommy cook
DeVito found Darius Slayton in the red zone, and the wide receiver got the angle and went into the end zone for a 40-yard Giants touchdown. New York led 14-3.
I got this!
Commanders quarterback Sam Howell ran in an 8-yard touchdown shortly before halftime — and took some shots in the process. That said, Washington missed the extra point and trailed 14-9 at halftime.
Faced with a third-and-goal at the Washington 5-yard line, DeVito hit Barkley for their second touchdown connection.
Giants close it out
Washington scored a touchdown before the two-minute warning and forced a three-and-out, but then New York linebacker Isaiah Simmons picked off Howell and ran it back to the crib for the game-sealing pick-six.
Get in there
Prescott hit wide receiver CeeDee Lamb for a 5-yard Cowboys touchdown shortly before halftime.
Carolina back in it
Rippin’ it up
Tony Pollard thundered in a 21-yard rushing score for Dallas, putting it back up two scores.
Cowboys cornerback DaRon Bland stepped in front of Young’s pass, got back on his feet and ran the interception back 31 yards for a pick-six. That said, Dallas missed the extra point. It led 30-10.
Joey Bosa hurt
The Chargers star linebacker was carted off the field in the first quarter and was later ruled out with a foot injury.
Just keep running
Green Bay answered Los Angeles’ field goal with a touchdown. On the sixth play of the drive, wide receiver Jayden Reed got the call on the run and took it 32 yards for the score.
Off he goes!
Aaron Jones hurt
Green Bay’s running back left the game with a knee injury in the second quarter and was later ruled out.
Chargers regain lead
Herbert connected with wide receiver Keenan Allen for a go-ahead, 10-yard Chargers touchdown with 5:24 remaining in the fourth quarter.
Pack strike back!
On the sixth play of the following drive, Love hit wide receiver Romeo Doubs for a 24-yard touchdown.
Good afternoon, sir
Jerome Ford smacked in a goal-line touchdown on the ground for the Browns.
Running back in it
On the second play of the second half, Jaylen Warren ran through the Browns defense for a 74-yard touchdown, getting the Steelers on the board. They trailed 10-7.
Game-winning Browns FG!
Pittsburgh evened up the score early in the fourth quarter, but Dustin Hopkins drained a game-winning, 34-yard field goal for Cleveland with two seconds remaining in the fourth quarter.
There you are, Davante
Aidan O’Connell threw it up, and Adams brought it down for a 46-yard Raiders touchdown.
Hill went to the locker room with a hand injury in the second quarter but later returned. The Dolphins went on to win.
Lawrence ran to his left and broke the plane for a 9-yard touchdown, giving the Jaguars a 20-0 lead.
They do it again
Lawrence stepped up and hit Ridley for their second touchdown connection of the game. This one was a 20-yard score and gave Jacksonville a 27-0 lead.
Big man TD alert!
While the Titans weren’t able to mount a comeback, Levis hit defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons for a touchdown.
Sliding in there
After Arizona put a field goal on the board, Devin Singletary pinballed his way into the end zone for an 11-yard Houston touchdown.
The man’s a surgeon
Stroud hit wide receiver Tank Dell on a deep ball for a 40-yard Texans touchdown.
There goes Dash
Murray ran around the Texans defense for a goal-line score, getting the Cardinals within one score. They then failed a two-point attempt, though.
Texans D closes it out
Houston got Arizona to turn the ball over on downs and then took a knee to end the game.
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