A look back at Week 11 in the NFL with five observations:1. The Minnesota-Los Angeles Rams game was supposed to be an interesting game between two 7-2 teams pitting quarterback Jared Goff of the Rams against the quarterback who backed him up last year, Case Keenum. Instead, it was a rout with the Vikings winning 24-7 as Keenum, the NFL’s best bargain with a $2 million salary, threw for 280 yards and the Vikings ran for 171 yards.
That is the question being asked around the NFL after McDermott made a decision that has no obvious explanation. The Buffalo Bills rookie coach benched Tyrod Taylor for rookie Nathan Peterman with the Bills still very much alive in the wild card race at 5-4 despite two losses in a row. It’s not like Peterman was being touted as the quarterback of the future. He was a fifth-round choice, although Jon Gruden said he was the most ready to step in and start of any of the rookie quarterbacks.
A look ahead to Week 11 in the NFL’s 2017 season:1. The NFL schedule makers gambled that the Eagles would have a good team when they matched them against the Cowboys in the Sunday night prime game in Week 11. Sure enough, the Eagles did their part. They are 8-1 and have the best record in the league. But the Cowboys are a disappointing 5-4 and are playing their second game in a row without suspended Ezekiel Elliott and injured tackle Tyron Smith.
Jags still in Witness Protection Program. Their Arizona game shown only in Arizona, Nashville, North Fl and southern Ga. Saints-Rams shown in 80 per cent of country and Denver-Oakland shown in much of West.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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