NFL Week 11 Recaps 2018 NFL Week 11 Game Recaps: Green Bay Packers 4-5-1 24 VS Seattle Seahawks 5-5-0 27 Final, Cincinnnati Bengals 5-5-0 21 VS Baltimore Ravens 5-5-0 24 Final, Pittsburgh Steelers 7-2-1 20 VS Jacksonville Jaguars 3-7-0 16 Final, Carolina Panthers 6-4-0 19 VS Detroit Lions 4-6-0 20 Final, Tennessee Titans 5-5-0 10 VS Indianapolis Colts 5-5-0 38 Final, Dallas Cowboys 5-5-0 22 VS Atlanta Falcons 4-6-0 19 Final, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3-7-0 35 VS New York Giants 3-7-0 38 Final, Philadelphia Eagles 4-6-0 7 VS New Orleans Saints 9-1-0 48 Final, Houston Texans 7-3-0 23 VS Washington Redskins 6-4-0 21 Final, Denver Broncos 4-6-0 23 VS Los Angeles Chargers 7-3-0 22 Final, Oakland Raiders 2-8-0 23 VS Arizona Cardinals 2-8-0 20 Final, Minnesota Vikings 5-4-1 20 VS Chicago Bears 7-3-0 25 Final, Kansas City Chiefs 9-2-0 51 VS Los Angeles Rams 10-1-0 54 Final

2018 NFL Week 11 Game Recaps

The Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Rams made history on Monday Night Football. Find out which one of these 9-1 squads improved to 10-1.

Chris Ransom Last Updated: November 20, 2018.

Green Bay Packers 4-5-1
Seattle Seahawks 5-5-0

Game Recap: SEATTLE-Both teams needed to win this game to save their season. There were reports that both Mike McCarthy and Pete Carroll entered this game on the hot seat.

Clay Matthews forced a fumble on the very first play of the game. Green Bay recovered the football and took over. Aaron Jones ran it in for a rushing touchdown. Green Bay led 7-0.

Green Bay held Seattle to a three and out. Green Bay missed a field goal that would have made it 10-0. Seattle got a field goal on their third drive. Green Bay led 7-3.

Aaron Rodgers threw a passing touchdown. Green Bay led 14-3 after one quarter of play.

Russell Wilson threw a passing touchdown to Doug Baldwin. This was Baldwin's first receiving touchdown of the year. Seattle scored again after that to take a 17-14 lead.

Aaron Rodgers threw a touchdown pass to Aaron Jones. Green Bay led 21-17 at halftime.

Neither team scored in the third quarter. Green Bay led 21-17 after three quarters of play.

Sebastian Janikowski made a 43-yard field goal to make it 21-20. Then Mason Crosby made a 36-yard field goal. Green Bay led 24-20 after both teams traded field goals in the fourth quarter.

Russell Wilson threw a touchdown pass to Ed Dickson. That would give Seattle a 27-24 lead. Seattle won 27-24.

Both quarterbacks did well in this game. Aaron Rodgers went 21/30 with 332 passing yards, 2 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions. Rodgers did well despite losing to Seattle.

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was my player of the game for how well he did by guiding Seattle to a win. Russell Wilson was 21/31 with 225 passing yards, 2 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions.

Cincinnati Bengals 5-5-0
Baltimore Ravens 5-5-0

Game Recap: BALTIMORE-Back in week 2 Baltimore didn't have Jimmy Smith and Cincinnati had A.J. Green. This time around Baltimore has Smith and Cincinnati doesn't have Green. Lamar Jackson also made his debut as an NFL starter in this game.

Baltimore had an 11-play drive that lasted 5 minutes and 23 seconds in the first quarter. Alex Collins put Baltimore ahead 7-0. Baltimore led 7-0 after one quarter of play.

Joe Mixon got a rushing touchdown. That tied the game at 7. Justin Tucker got a couple of field goals. Baltimore led 13-7 at halftime.

Andy Dalton threw two passing touchdowns in the third quarter. Baltimore tied the game at 21. The game was tied 21-21 after three quarters of play.

Justin Tucker got a field goal. Baltimore took a 24-21 lead and won 24-21. Justin Tucker was my player of the game. Tucker went 3/3 on field goals and 1/1 on extra points. He was responsible for nearly half of Baltimore's points since Lamar Jackson didn't get a touchdown in his first start despite getting the victory.

Pittsburgh Steelers 7-2-1
Jacksonville Jaguars 3-7-0

Game Recap: JACKSONVILLE-This was originally supposed to be the primetime game for week 11. This game got flexed to the early portion of the day.

Neither team scored in the first quarter. Jacksonville got three field goals in the second quarter to take a 9-0 lead at halftime.

Pittsburgh got the ball to start the second half. Ben Roethlisberger threw two interceptions in the first half and only had 53 passing yards along with a 10.1 passer rating. The Jalen Ramsey interception allowed Jacksonville to take a 6-0 lead. Jacksonville punted after the Barry Church interception. Ben Roethlisberger would have to adjust in the second half in order for Pittsburgh to win after going 1/6 on third down conversions in the first half. Pittsburgh was 1/7 on third down conversions after that defensive stop by Jacksonville.

T.J. Watt sacked Blake Bortles on third down. A roughing the passer penalty by Jacksonville negated a third interception by Myles Jack. Pittsburgh drove the ball downfield. Jacksonville intercepted Ben Roethlisberger a fourth time. Jalen Ramsey intercepted Roethlisberger, and this time the interception counted as Jacksonville got the football back.

Leonard Fournette got a rushing touchdown. Antonio Brown bailed out Ben Roethlisberger on this cover 4 play that Jacsonville called. Brown waits to get separation then he outruns Jacksonville in zone coverage and made Jalen Ramsey missed a tackle. Pittsburgh missed the two point conversion. Jacksonville led 16-6 after three quarters of play.

Ben Roethlisberger threw a 78-yard touchdown pass to Antonio Brown. That made it 16-13. Pittsburgh even made a defensive stop. Ben Roethlisberger scrambled into the end zone for a touchdown. An interception on Pittsburgh's final drive was negated by a penalty.

Ben Roethlisberger may have had his worst NFL start with 5 interceptions 2 were negated due to penalties. The crazy thing was that Big Ben was clutch as a mother in Jacksonville on Sunday going 27/47 with 314 passing yards, 2 passing touchdowns, 1 rushing touchdown, 3 total touchdowns, 3 interceptions, and 2 interceptions that were negated due to penalties.

Wide receiver Antonio Brown was my player of the game. Antonio Brown had 5 receptions, 117 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown. His 78-yard receiving touchdown where he torched Jacksonville in cover 4 really fueled Pittsburgh to put everything together to pull off a comeback win.

Carolina Panthers 6-4-0
Detroit Lions 4-6-0

Game Recap: DETROIT-This game featured two number one overall picks at quarterback in Cam Newton and Matthew Stafford. Carolina has a firm grip of one of the wild cards in the NFC while Detroit needs to win this game in order to save their season.

Cam Newton threw a touchdown pass to Greg Olsen. Carolina led 7-0.

Kerryon Johnson got a rushing touchdown. The game was tied 7-7 after one quarter of play.

Matt Prater kicked a 54-yard field goal in the second quarter. Detroit led 10-7 at halftime.

Matt Prater got another field goal in the third quarter. Detroit led 13-7 after three quarters of play.

Cam Newton threw a touchdown pass to Curtis Samuel. Graham Gano missed the extra point which tied the game at 13.

Matthew Stafford threw a touchdown pass to Kenny Golladay. Detroit led 20-13.

Cam Newton threw a third touchdown pass. Carolina attempted to go for the win by attempting a two point conversion. Detroit made the defensive stop.

Wide receiver Kenny Golladay had 8 recepitions, 113 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown which ended up being the difference in this contest. Golladay is easily the player of this game despite only having 8 receptions on 14 targets nearly dropping half of his receptions.

Tennessee Titans 5-5-0
Indianapolis Colts 5-5-0

Game Recap: INDIANAPOLIS-Both of these teams are on winning streaks. Indianapolis has not allowed a sack in four consecutive games.

This was a tale of two quarterbacks. Marcus Mariota left the game injured going 10/13 with 85 passing yards and 1 interception. Andrew Luck meanwhile balled out once again. This was the fifth week in a row that Andrew Luck did not get sacked. Indianapolis won this game 38-10.

T.Y. Hilton was the player of the game with 9 receptions on 9 targets, 155 receiving yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns. Andrew Luck went 23/29 with 297 passing yards, 3 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions. Andrew Luck and his go-to-guy on the Indianapolis Colts dominated. The offensive line with Anthony Castonzo at left tackle, Quenton Nelson at left guard, Ryan Kelly at center, Mark Glowinski at right guard, and Braden Smith at right tackle deserve some credit as this offensive line continues to click with Andrew Luck.

Dallas Cowboys 5-5-0
Atlanta Falcons 4-6-0

Game Recap: ATLANTA-Dallas didn't have to worry about middle linebacker Deion Jones. Dallas also didn't have to worry about Ricardo Allen or Keanu Neal at safety.

This was a defensive game. Neither team scored a touchdown until the fourth quarter. Dallas kicked a field goal and led 3-0 after one quarter of play. Matt Bryant kicked multiple field goals in the second quarter. Atlanta led 6-3 at halftime. Both teams traded field goals in the third quarter. Atlanta led 9-6 after three quarters of play.

Dak Prescott got a rushing touchdown to give Dallas the lead on a drive that lasted 7 minutes and 53 seconds. Dallas missed the extra point and led 12-9.

An interception by Leighton Vander Esch set up a rushing touchdown by Ezekiel Elliott. Dallas led 19-9.

Atlanta scored 10 unanswered points to tie the game at 19. First Atlanta got a field goal to make it 19-12. Then Matt Ryan threw a 34-yard touchdown pass to Julio Jones.

Dallas ended up with the last points in this contest. Dallas edged out Atlanta 22-19.

Running back Ezekiel Elliott dominated this game. Ezekiel Elliott had 23 carries, 122 rushing yards, 1 rushing touchdown, 7 receptions, 79 receiving yards, 30 touches, and 201 total yards. Left tackle Tyron Smith and right guard Zack Martin were awesome in this game opening things up for Elliott. Dallas didn't have Tyron Smith when they played Atlanta last year and that's one of the reasons the Cowboys barely pulled out this win. Leighton Vander Esch had 4 solo tackles, 4 assisted tackles, 8 total tackles, 3 deflections from pass breakups, and 1 interception showing why he can be an effective middle linebacker for Dallas.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3-7-0
New York Giants 3-7-0

Game Recap: NEW YORK-Tampa Bay didn't have Lavonte David at 4-3 right outside linebacker or Kwon Alexander at 4-3 middle linebacker. I expected Saquon Barkley to have a huge game.

New York barely defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers despite all of Tampa Bay's injuries. The New York Giants defense was sloppy, but their offense dominated all day.

The combination of Eli Manning and Saquon Barkley was enough for New York to win. New York barely won 38-35 over Tampa Bay.

Eli Manning managed this game pretty damn well. Eli Manning went 17/18 with 231 passing yards, 2 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions.

Saquon Barkley dominated this game though with 27 carries, 142 rushing yards, 2 rushing touchdowns, 2 receptions, 10 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown, 29 touches, 152 total yards, and 3 total touchdowns. That is beyond impressive considering how bad the Giants offesnvie line is.

Philadelphia Eagles 4-6-0
New Orleans Saints 9-1-0

Game Recap: NEW ORLEANS-New Orleans did not have Terron Armstead at left tackle. I figured Philadelphia would win in an upset. Drew Brees basically tore Vince Papale a new asshole in this contest. That's how badly he carved the Eagles today.

New Orleans won 48-7. Drew Brees went 22/30 with 363 passing yards, 4 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions. Brees was the player of this game hands down.

Houston Texans 7-3-0
Washington Redskins 6-4-0

Game Recap: WASHINGTON-Houston's defensive line had the perfect opportunity to put a bounty on Alex Smith without Shawn Lauvao at left guard or Brandon Scherff at right guard. Christian Covington, D.J. Reader, and J.J. Watt basically had a golden opportunity to put Alex Smith on IR. Would they cease it?

Washington began the first quarter with two punts. Houston had a field goal and then a Deshaun Watson touchdown pass to DeAndre Hopkins. Houston led 10-0 after one quarter of play.

Adrian Peterson got a rushing touchdown. Houston led 10-7 and watched Mason Foster intercept Deshaun Watson. Washington had an opportunity to tie and they didn't.

Washington's next drive lasted 6 minutes and 58 seconds. A rookie named Justin Reid returned an interception 101-yards for a pick 6. Houston led 17-7. Houston had another chance to expand their lead with a field goal. The missed field goal gave Houston a 17-7 lead at halftime.

Kareem Jackson sacked Alex Smith. He broke Alex Smith's leg on the play and ended his season. Colt McCoy came in relief of Alex Smith and led Washington to a touchdown on the next drive. Houston got a field goal and led 20-14 after three quarters of play.

Adrian Peterson gave Washington a 21-20 lead. That didn't matter since Houston got a field goal on their next drive. Both teams missed field goals on their final drives to end this game in the fourth quarter. Houston won 23-21.

Justin Reid was my player of the game. His 101-yard pick 6 stood out and was one big reason why Houston barely pulled off this win to improve to 7-3.

Denver Broncos 4-6-0
Los Angeles Chargers 7-3-0

Game Recap: LOS ANGELES-Denver had two weeks to prepare for the Los Angeles Chargers. I was curious to see if they could turn things around.

Los Angeles led 6-0 after one quarter of play. Los Angeles had the football for 10 minutes and 51 seconds in the first quarter. Los Angeles was 4/6 on third down conversions in the first quarter while Denver was 0/2 on third down conversions in the first quarter.

Phillip Lindsay got a rushing touchdown. Denver led 7-6. Chris Harris intercepted Philip Rivers.

Time of possession continued to work in the Chargers favor during the first half. Los Angles led 13-7 at halftime. Los Angeles had the ball for 8 minutes and 3 seconds in the second quarter going 3/3 on third down conversions. Los Angeles was 7/9 on third down conversions in the first half and had the ball for 18 minutes and 54 seconds. The Chargers could only post 13 points in the first half during the 18 minutes and 54 seconds when they had the football. That's one reason why Denver prevailed.

Los Angeles had the football for 11 minutes and 31 seconds in the third quarter. Both teams traded touchdowns in the third quarter with Royce Freeman making it a 19-14 game. Los Angeles led 19-14 after three quarters of play.

Philip Lindsay scored on a direct snap. Denver took a 20-19 lead after missing a two point conversion.

Los Angeles took the lead 22-20 with a field goal. Denver had the last field goal though and won 23-22 barely edging out Los Angeles.

Bradley Chubb and Von Miller dominated this game. The edge rushers for Denver were my two players of the game since they got by Rivers offensive tackles with Russell Okung and Joseph Barksdale to frustrate Rivers at will.

Bradley Chubb had 4 solo tackles, 3 assisted tackles, 7 solo tackles, 2 tackles for a loss, and 1 sack. Von Miller had 1 solo tackle, 1 sack, 1 tackle for a loss, and 1 interception. This pass rushing tandem did a fabulous job for Denver in the win.

Oakland Raiders 2-8-0
Arizona Cardinals 2-8-0

Game Recap: ARIZONA-Oakland headed to Arizona. Arizona is the closest team in the vicinity of Las Vegas which is the Raiders future home by the way.

Josh Rosen was responsible for all three touchdowns in the first quarter. His interception to Gareon Conley set up a touchdown for Oakland to give the Raiders a 7-0 lead. Then Rosen atoned for his pick with two passing touchdowns one to Larry Fitzgerald and one to Christian Kirk. Arizona led 14-7 after one quarter of play.

Oakland's second touchdown came thanks to Josh Rosen throwing his second pick of the game. Derek Carr threw a touchdown and this game was tied at 14 heading into halftime.

Oakland got two field goals in the third quarter. Oakland led 20-14 after three quarters of play.

Josh Rosen threw a touchdown pass. Arizona took a 21-20 lead.

Daniel Carlsson killed Oakland's draft position with a game-winning field goal. Oakland won 23-21.

Quarterback Derek Carr went 19/31 with 192 passing yards, 2 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions. Carr played smart in this game, but was reckless. It got the point where Jon Gruden decided to lash out at Carr like Marty Daniels on Blue Mountain State by fear mongering the face of the Oakland Raiders franchise.

Minnesota Vikings 5-3-1
Chicago Bears 6-3-0

Game Recap: CHICAGO-This game would decide first place in the NFC North Division. Minnesota headed to Chicago as both teams were hoping to capitalize off of Green Bay's Thursday Night loss to Seattle.

Chicago got a field goal to take a 3-0 lead in the first quarter. Chicago led 3-0 after one quarter of play.

Chicago had 11 unanswered points in the second quarter. Chicago led 14-0 at halftime.

Minnesota got a field goal. Chicago led 14-3 after three quarters of play.

Minnesota got another field goal in the fourth quarter. Chicago led 14-6.

Eddie Jackson got a pick 6 off of Kirk Cousins. Chicago led 22-6 after Mitchell Trubisky threw a two point conversion to Adam Shaheen.

Minnesot got a touchdown. Minnesota also got the two point conversion. Chicago led 22-14.

Mitchell Trubisky kept yelling gamble on third and eight. Trubisky dropped back to pass. Trubisky threw a first down to Allen Robinson. Chicago settled for a field goal. Chicago led 25-14.

Kirk Cousins threw a first down to Stefon Diggs. Roquan Smith covered Kyle Rudolph quite well.

Minnesota got a touchdown. Chicago won 25-20. Eddie Jackson is my player of the game after his 26-yard pick 6. That interception was the difference in this game.

Kansas City Chiefs 9-2-0
Los Angeles Rams 10-1-0

Game Recap: LOS ANGELES-Two 9-1 powerhouse teams that ruled the AFC and NFC entered the LA Colloseum after the NFL deported the game of the year from Mexico like President Trump. This game was historic with 14 total touchdowns, 1,001 combined yards, 105 combined points, and the highest scoring game in Monday Night Football History. Mexico has to be pissed about being snubbed the greatest Monday Night Football game in NFL history. My QB1 in the 2016 NFL Draft Goff faced my QB1 in the 2017 NFL Draft Mahomes. Both the Rams and Chiefs traded up to get these quarterbacks.

Jared Goff threw a touchdown pass to Robert Woods. Los Angeles took a 6-0 lead thansk to superb pass protection by the entire Rams offensive line on their opening drive. Los Angeles missed their first extra point though.

Los Angeles continued to estabish their dominance in this game with an early defensive stop. Los Angeles got the ball back and scored on their second possession when Jared Goff threw a touchdown pass to Josh Reynolds. Los Angeles took a 13-0 lead.

Patrick Mahomes threw a touchdown pass to Tyreek Hill on his next drive. Los Angeles led 13-7 after one quarter of play.

Los Angeles got a field goal to make it a 16-7 game in the second quarter. Kansas City also got a field goal. Los Angeles led 16-10 after both squads traded field goals.

Patrick Mahomes threw a touchdown pass to Kareem Hunt. Kansas City took their first lead of the game and went ahead 17-16.

Kansas City got the ball back. Aaron Donald forced a fumble and Samson Ekuban recovered it for a touchdown. Los Angeles led 23-16.

Patrick Mahomes threw a third passing touchdown to Chris Conley. Kansas City missed the extra point. This game was tied 23-23 at halftime.

Aaron Donald had an illegal hands to the face penalty on left guard Cameron Erving in the third quarter. He forced a fumble on the very next play which the Rams recovered. Jared Goff threw a touchdown pass to Brandin Cooks, but Cooks dropped the touchdown pass. Goff capped the drive offf witha rushing touchdown. Los Angeles led 30-23.

Patrick Mahomes threw a touchdown to Travis Kelce. That tied the game at 30-30.

Los Angeles kicked a field goal. Los Angeles led 33-30.

Samson Ekubam got his second defensive touchdown game of the third quarter. This one was a 26-yard pick 6 where Ekubam returned an interception for a touchdown.

Los Angeles led 40-30. Corey Littleton nearly made it 46-30 with his fumble recovery for a touchdown. The officials reviewed the play and the Rams got tuck ruled out of another defensive touchdown. Los Angeles led 40-30 after three quarters of play.

Patrick Mahomes threw another touchdown pass to Tyreek Hill. Los Angeles led 40-37. Justin Houston forced a fumble. Allen Bailey recovered it for a touchdown. Kansas City regained the lead and went ahead 44-40 after that defensive touchdown.

Jared Goff threw a touchdown pass to Gerald Everett. Los Angeles led 47-44 after that touchdown pass.

Patrick Mahomes went back to Chris Conley. Kansas City regained the lead. Kansas City led 51-47.

Los Angeles watched Gerald Everett score another touchdown. Gerald Everett gave the Rams a 54-51 lead.

Patrick Mahomes drove Kansas City downfield. The Rams made a three and out stop. Then Kansas City got the ball back. Lamarcus Joyner sealed Mahomes attempt at a comeback with a game-winning interception.

Los Angeles won 54-51. This was the first game in NFL history where both teams scored 50+ points on Monday Night Football.

Samson Ekubam gets an honorable mention for his two defensive touchdowns tonight. So does Aaron Donald who had 2 solo tackles, 2 assisted tackles, 4 total tackles, 2 sacks, and 2 forced fumbles. Donald also leads the NFL with 14.5 sacks and is making a very strong case for defensive player of the year in 2018.

Both quarterbacks dominated this game. Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes went 33/46 with 478 passing yards, 6 passing touchdowns, and 3 interceptions. Mahomes also lost two fumbles. Mahomes balled out tonight, but turnovers by Mahomes kept the Chiefs from winning. If Mahomes avoids those five turnovers six if you count the third forced fumble that got overturned then you are looking at Kansas City potentially getting 93 points instead of the 51 they scored. Still, the Chiefs deserve to be applauded for 51 points.

Lo Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff was my player of the game even though you can make a case for Mahomes too. Goff went 31/49 with 413 passing yards, 4 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions. Goff's turnover free game has the Los Angeles Rams at 10-1 heading into their bye week. The Kansas City Chiefs still rule the AFC at 9-2 heading into their bye week.

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