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NFL Week 11 results: scores, standings, match summary and highlights

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Week 11 of the 2020 NFL season has concluded and its time to take a look back at the scores and highlights of the matches and standings of all teams.

Seahawks registered their 7th victory this season by defeating Cardinals 28-21. Russell Wilson clocked 197 passing yards and two touchdown passes while Carlos Hyde rushed for one.

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Jaguars were completely devastated against the undefeated Steelers with a 27-3 scoreline. The young Benny Snell Jr rushed for a touchdown, while Ben Roethlisberger went 32/46 with 267 passing yards and two touchdown passes, with Chase Claypool and Eric Ebron receiving one each.

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Panthers shut the Lions down 20-0 at home as Phillip Walker went 24/34 with 258 passing yards and a touchdown pass for Curtis Samuel, while Mike Davis rushed for one.

Texans shocked Patriots 27-20 as Deshaun Watson showed his prowess with a rushing touchdown as well as 344 passing yards and two touchdown passes.

An overtime rushing touchdown from Derrick Henry helped Titans pick up a 30-24 win against Ravens, while Ryan Tannehill went 22/31 with 259 passing yards and two touchdown passes.

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Browns upset Eagles 22-17 with 114 rushing yards from Nick Chubb making the difference. Baker Mayfield went 12/22 with covering 204 passing yards, and Kareen hunt rushed for one.

Falcons were put down 24-9 by Saints as Taysom Hill replacing the injured Drew Brees registered his first career victory, going 18/23 with 233 passing yards as well as two rushing touchdowns, while Alvin Kamara rushed for one.

Washington defeated Bengals 20-9 as Joe Burrow picked up an ACL injury. Alex Smith went 17/25 with 166 passing yards and a touchdown pass while Antonio Gibson rushed for one.

Jets were eliminated from the playoffs with another 34-28 loss against Chargers. Justin Herbert passed for three touchdowns with covering 366 passing yards.

Broncos went 20-13 against Dolphins with Melvin Gordon rushing for two touchdowns, while Drew Lock went 18/30 with 270 passing yards.

Cowboys edged out Vikings 31-28 as Andy Dalton covered 203 passing yards and triple touchdown passes. Tony Pollard rushed for a touchdown while Ezekiel Elliott clocked 103 rushing yards.

Philip Rivers went 24/36 with 288 passing yards and three touchdown passes as Colts defeated packers 34-31 in OT with a 39-yard field goal from Rodrigo Blankenship.

Chiefs picked up their ninth win against Raiders, going 35-31. Patrick Mahomes covered 348 passing yards with two touchdown passes while the youngster Clyde Edwards-Helaire rushed for two.

Rams disappointed Bucs 27-24 as Jared Goff went 39/51 covering 376 passing yards and three touchdown passes. Cam Akers registered his first NFL touchdown while Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods both clocked over 100 receiving yards.

NFL Week 11 results and brief scorecard:

Thursday, 19th November

Seahawks 28 – 21 Cardinals

Sunday, 22nd November

Jaguars 3 – 27 Steelers

Panthers 20 – 0 Lions

Texans 27 – 20 Patriots

Ravens 24 – 30 Titans

Browns 22 – 17 Eagles

Saints 24 – 9 Falcons

Washington 20 – 9 Bengals

Chargers 34 – 28 Jets

Broncos 20 – 13 Dolphins

Vikings 28 – 31 Cowboys

Colts 34- 31 Packers

Raiders 31 – 35 Chiefs

Monday, 23rd November

Buccaneers 24 – 27 Rams

NFL Week 11 standings:

AFC EAST

1). Bills (7-3)

2). Dolphins (6-4)

3). Patriots (4-6)

4). Jets (0-10)

AFC NORTH

1). Steelers (10-0)

2). Browns (7-3)

3). Ravens (6-4)

4). Bengals (2-7)

AFC SOUTH

1). Colts (7-3)

2). Titans (7-3)

3). Texans (3-7)

4). Jaguars (1-9)

AFC WEST

1). Chiefs (9-1)

2). Raiders (6-4)

3). Broncos (4-6)

4). Chargers (3-7)

NFC EAST

1). Eagles (3-6-1)

2). Giants (3-7)

3). Cowboys (3-7)

4). Washington (3-7)

NFC NORTH

1). Packers (7-3)

2). Bears (5-5)

3). Vikings (4-6)

4). Lions (4-6)

NFC SOUTH

1). Saints (8-2)

2). Buccaneers (7-4)

3). Panthers (4-7)

4). Falcons (3-7)

NFC WEST

1). Rams (7-3)

2). Seahawks (7-3)

3). Cardinals (6-4)

4). 49ers (4-6)

Week 12 of the ongoing NFL season kicks off on Thursday, 26th November.

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