Backup balls out: With Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson sidelined due to a non-COVID-19 illness, backup QB Tyler Huntley made his first career start and put together the game-winning TD drive to lead the Ravens to a 16–13 win over the Chicago Bears. All smiles.
Walk it off: Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers threw four TDs, but kicker Greg Joseph and the Minnesota Vikings had the last laugh when Joseph nailed a last-second field goal to lift Minnesota to a 34–31 win. Can you say clutch?
Letdown of the week: In what was supposed to be an offensive showdown between two of the league’s best QBs, Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes and Dallas Cowboys’ Dak Prescott combined to throw...zero TDs as KC slugged their way to a 19–9 win.
Not done yet: A wild Week 11 continues tonight at 8:15 p.m. ET when QB Tom Brady and the struggling Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the NY Giants on Monday Night Football. Can Tompa Tom turn things around at home and settle the score with the Big Blue?