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NFL two-minute drill

A quick-hitting look around the NFL in Week 11.

November 21, 2010|By Athan Atsales

Baltimore 37, at Carolina 13: Welcome to 2011 draft, Panthers, whose starting quarterback was signed this week. You are on the clock.

at N.Y. Jets 30, Houston 27: Jets feel obliged to offer fans free stress tests after consecutive OT road wins and this heart-stopping comeback.

Buffalo 49, at Cincinnati 31: Smallest crowd since 2003 feels even smaller after watching Bengals blow a three-touchdown lead to Bills.

at Jacksonville 24, Cleveland 20: Jaguars' glass-half-empty game plan allows for six turnovers, including five in the second half. Perfect!

at Pittsburgh 35, Oakland 3: Coach Tom Cable considers canceling all off days after the Raiders lose eighth straight after an open week.

Green Bay 31, at Minnesota 3: After season sweep, Packers fans send Brett Favre letters of encouragement for another comeback.

at Dallas 365, Detroit 19: Cowboys feeling invincible after winning first home game -- against a team on an NFL-record 26-game road skid.

Washington 19, at Tennessee 16 (OT): Vince Young shows more accuracy throwing pads and uniform into stands than throwing a football.

at Kansas City 31, Arizona 13: Cardinals' consolation: They can call themselves defending NFC West champions for six more games.

at New Orleans 34, Seattle 19: Seahawks said all week they'd prepare as if injured Reggie Bush would play. Saints' counter plan? Sit Bush.

Atlanta 34, at St. Louis 17: After dome record improves to 7-0, anxious Falcons ask whether Cowboys Stadium roof will be closed for Super Bowl.

Tampa Bay 21, at San Francisco 0: Members of 49ers' 1990 title team served as honorary captains before kickoff and after every 49ers' score.

at New England 31, Indianapolis 28: Colts comeback falls short when psyched out by reminder that Tom Brady had won 24 home starts in row.

at Philadelphia 27, N.Y. Giants 17: In a game of miscues and mishaps, Giants' Eli Manning clinches loss by forcing a fumble on himself.

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