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NFL Week 11 two-minute drill

A quick-hitting, game-by-game look around the league.

November 20, 2011|By Athan Atsales
  • Raiders running back Michael Bush tries to fend off Vikings safety Jamarca Sanford during a carry in the second quarter Sunday at Minneapolis.
Raiders running back Michael Bush tries to fend off Vikings safety Jamarca… (Eric Miller / Reuters )

at Atlanta 23, Tennessee 17: So much for Chris Johnson bouncing back. Falcons held him to a season-low 13 yards in 12 carries.

at Baltimore 31, Cincinnati 24: The Ravens have won seven straight at home and 15 of 16, and have won 12 straight following a defeat.

at Cleveland 14, Jacksonville 10: Great defensive battle, with Browns making last stand! Reality check: Both offenses are terrible.

at Detroit 49, Carolina 35: Cam Newton had another impressive outing ... and another loss. Panthers still winless on the road.

at Green Bay 35, Tampa Bay 26: Packers not quite perfect. Mason Crosby's 29-yard field-goal attempt hit right upright, his first miss.

at Miami 35, Buffalo 8: Remember when Bills were 5-2 and the darlings of the NFL? Remember when the Dolphins were just awful?

Oakland 27, at Minnesota 21: The only thing the Raiders didn't get a penalty for in this game was for winning.

Dallas 27, at Washington 24 (OT): Tony Romo continues his role as Mr. November, now 18-2 with 49 touchdowns in the month.

at San Francisco 23, Arizona 7: Mike Singletary would like to believe he put all the pieces in place for new Coach Jim Harbaugh.

Seattle 24, at St. Louis 7: Darn those 49ers! Last year Seattle was more than just a threat to win division with more losses than wins.

at Chicago 31, San Diego 20: Unlike the Bears, at least the Chargers still have their starting quarterback. That is good, isn't it?

Philadelphia 17, at N.Y. Giants 10: Vince Young does Tim Tebow passing impersonation, including astonishing drive to win it.

Off: Houston, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Pittsburgh.

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