1st. Dallas Cowboys- 7-2 (2-0 DIV)

2nd. Philadelphia Eagles- 4-6 (0-1 DIV)

3rd. Washington Football Team- 3-6 (1-0 DIV)

4th. New York Giants- 3-6 (0-2 DIV)



Atlanta Falcons @ DALLAS COWBOYS

The Falcons served as a “”get right” game for the Cowboys, who trounced Atlanta 43-3. It was the total opposite of Dallas’ loss last week where they struggled to maintain offense. Here, they racked up 431 total yards and averaged six yards per play. Dak Prescott rebounded with two touchdowns and 296 yards while the Dallas rushing attack scored three times, two from Ezekiel Elliott, and 114 yards. 

The Cowboy defense completely stifled the Falcons offense, as they collected three interceptions and held Atlanta to 214 total yards. Matt Ryan was just 9/21 for 117 yards and two picks before being replaced by Josh Rosen who was just 1 of 6 with an interception. Trevon Diggs had one of those interceptions, bringing his season total to eight. 

Cowboys Week 11 Opponent- @Chiefs, Sunday at 4:25



Jalen Hurts had one of the best games of his young career on Sunday as the Eagles offense rolled to a 30-13 win in Denver. Hurts finished 16-23 for 177 yards with 2 TDs and a pick and added 53 rushing yards. Both touchdowns were to DeVonta Smith who finished with 66 yards on four catches. The Eagles combined rushing attack was dominant again, totaling 214 yards on 40 carries, including 80+ yard days from Jordan Howard and Boston Scott. 

Philadelphia’s defense pitched in on the scoring, as Darius Slay scooped up a third down fumble on the last play of the third quarter and returned it 83 yards for a touchdown. Prior to Slay’s return, the game was still within one score at 20-13 with Denver at the Eagles 23-yard line.

Eagles Week 11 Opponent- Saints at home, Sunday at 1:00



Washington pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the season as they took down Tom Brady and the Bucs 29-19. They picked off Brady twice in the first quarter and jumped to a 13-0 lead after one. Tampa closed the gap to 16-13 midway through the third before Antonio Gibson scored the first of his two touchdowns for Washington to pull away. Gibson finished with 64 yards yards on the ground on 21 carries and the two scores. 

Taylor Heinicke played well despite being sacked five times. The Washington QB had 256 yards and a TD on 26/32 passing. Terry McLaurin hauled in six passes for 59 yards to lead the Football Team’s receivers. However, a pall was cast over the Washington win as they found out that star defensive lineman Chase Young tore his ACL and will miss the rest of the season. 

Football Team Week 11 Opponent- @Panthers, Sunday at 1:00



Giants Week 11 Opponent- @Buccaneers, Monday Night at 8:25