Week 11 of the NFL season is in full swing with a haul of enticing matchups on a crisp November Sunday.
Here are the top moments from Sunday’s action-packed slate.
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The show has started, and JT is its undisputed superstar. This catch-and-run put the Colts up 14-0 in the first quarter.
We knew this was a home game for Buffalo. Stefon Diggs injected some life into the home crowd with a dazzling reception, while keeping his feet in-bounds.
He’s not finished
The Colts are not shy about their mission: Feed JT. Still, the Bills have yet to thwart his effectiveness. This dive over the pile gave the squad a 23-7 edge in the first half.
Behind the defense
Adam Thielen’s pretty familiar with the end zone. He gave himself a nice welcome back in the middle of the second quarter.
Showing up early
Wait a minute …
There’s no way Christian McCaffrey stayed on his feet after this hit. His team is certainly glad to have him back.
Cam Newton TD
This is the one you were expecting above, right?
Uh-oh, Scary Terry’s starting to flash his arsenal. This timely grab tied the affair at 14 just before the half.
Not your average Joe
No biggie, just former Super Bowl champion Joe Flacco making things happen on 4th down.
Don’t hurt ’em too much
Jalen Hurts = on a tear these past few weeks.
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Navigating the pocket
OK, Trevor Siemian! Show off your foot speed.
Dallas caught it!
Someone should check Dallas Goedert’s mitts for stick-em.
Oh hey, big play
Darius Slay makes big plays. He picked off Siemian here, and found pay dirt on the ensuing return to give Philly a 27-7 halftime lead.
Pluck it out of the sky!
Mark Andrews started the outing with more of his usual tricks: Moving the sticks with big catches.
Nick Chubb runs for a lot of TDs. But he can catch ’em with the best of his fellow RBs as well.
Need a breather?
This entire interception return from the Texans was just … wow.
Get a glimpse of Tyrod Taylor’s ups, as he sailed into the end zone to put Houston up 13-0.
Deebo Samuel makes big catches. But his main calling card is his runs afterwards. He showed why here.
Cincinnati Bengals at Las Vegas Raiders (4:05 p.m. ET, CBS)
Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks (4:25 p.m. ET, FOX)
Cardinals vs. Seahawks still to come!
Dallas Cowboys at Kansas City Chiefs (4:25 p.m. ET, FOX)
Cowboys vs. Chiefs still to come!
Pittsburgh Steelers at Los Angeles Chargers (8:20 p.m. ET, NBC)
Steelers vs. Chargers still to come!
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