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Week 12 Ravens-Steelers game moved to Wednesday at 3:40 PM ET on NBC

​The Week 12 Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers game has been moved to Wednesday, December 2, at 3:40 p.m. ET and will be broadcast nationally on NBC.

​The Week 13 Washington Football Team at Pittsburgh Steelers game, originally scheduled for Sunday, December 6, will be moved to Monday, December 7 at 5:00 p.m. ET. The broadcast arrangements will be announced at a later time.

The Week 13 Dallas Cowboys at Baltimore Ravens game, originally scheduled for Thursday, December 3, will be moved to Tuesday, December 8 at 8:05 p.m. ET and will be broadcast nationally on FOX/NFL Network/Amazon.

These decisions were made out of an abundance of caution to ensure the health and safety of players, coaches and game day personnel and in consultation with medical experts.  

The updated Week 12 and Week 13 schedules (all times ET):

Week 12

Wednesday, December 2

Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

3:40 PM

NBC

 

​Week 13

Sunday, December 6

New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons

1:00 PM

FOX

Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears

1:00 PM

FOX

Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans

1:00 PM

CBS

Cincinnati Bengals at Miami Dolphins

1:00 PM

CBS

Jacksonville Jaguars at Minnesota Vikings

1:00 PM

CBS

Las Vegas Raiders at New York Jets

1:00 PM

CBS

Cleveland Browns at Tennessee Titans

1:00 PM

CBS

Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals

4:05 PM

FOX

New York Giants at Seattle Seahawks

4:05 PM

FOX

Philadelphia Eagles at Green Bay Packers

4:25 PM

CBS

New England Patriots at Los Angeles Chargers

4:25 PM

CBS

Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs

8:20 PM

NBC

Monday, December 7

Washington Football Team at Pittsburgh Steelers

5:00 PM

TBD

Buffalo Bills at San Francisco 49ers*

8:15 PM

ESPN

Tuesday, December 8

Dallas Cowboys at Baltimore Ravens

8:05 PM

FOX/NFLN/Amazon

 

 

 

Week 13 Byes: Carolina Panthers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

*State Farm Stadium, Arizona. 



Week 14 (December 13) Schedule Change

PACKERS-LIONS SHIFTS TO 4:25 PM ET

The NFL announced today a flex-scheduling change for Week 14 on Sunday, December 13.

The Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions game will move from 1:00 PM ET to 4:25 PM ET on FOX.

The following is the updated Week 14 schedule (all times ET):

Thursday, December 10

New England Patriots at Los Angeles Rams

8:20 PM

FOX/NFLN/Amazon

Sunday, December 13

Denver Broncos at Carolina Panthers

1:00 PM

CBS

Houston Texans at Chicago Bears

1:00 PM

CBS

Dallas Cowboys at Cincinnati Bengals

1:00 PM

FOX

Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars

1:00 PM

CBS

Kansas City Chiefs at Miami Dolphins

1:00 PM

CBS

Arizona Cardinals at New York Giants

1:00 PM

FOX

Minnesota Vikings at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1:00 PM

FOX

Indianapolis Colts at Las Vegas Raiders

4:05 PM

CBS

New York Jets at Seattle Seahawks

4:05 PM

CBS

Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions

4:25 PM

FOX

Atlanta Falcons at Los Angeles Chargers

4:25 PM

FOX

New Orleans Saints at Philadelphia Eagles

4:25 PM

FOX

Washington Football Team at San Francisco 49ers*

4:25 PM

FOX

Pittsburgh Steelers at Buffalo Bills

8:20 PM

NBC

Monday, December 14

Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns

8:15 PM

ESPN

 

AMPBELL'S® CHUNKY® TEAMS UP WITH NFL PLAYERS, GENYOUTH AND CSL ESPORTS TO TACKLE HUNGER WITH THE "CHUNKY® MILLION MEALS CHALLENGE"

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UNIQUE EA SPORTS MADDEN NFL 21 FORMAT PAIRS NFL PLAYERS WITH MADDEN PROS AS "CHAMPION" COACHES

New York, NY, Nov. 30, 2020—GENYOUth and Campbell's® Chunky®, the Official Soup Sponsor of the NFL, announced today a dynamic esports initiative to help tackle hunger in schools. The Chunky Million Meals Challenge Madden NFL 21 presented by Target tournament will be played in EA SPORTS™ Madden NFL 21 and deliver 100 million meals to alleviate food insecurity among school-aged children during the COVID-19 pandemic, with Campbell's Chunky and Target leading the charge to get the Challenge off to a strong start. The Chunky Million Meals Challenge tournament is encouraging the gaming community to "game for good" and support GENYOUth and its partners in this important cause.   

​The Challenge is a free-to-enter open invitation tournament powered by CSL Esports which provides students across North America with life-changing opportunities through esports.  Throughout the tournament's top eight bracket, NFL players like New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley, Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook and Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson– as well as Madden NFL competitive pros – will serve as "Champions of Chunky," team captains who will coach and mentor the final eight competitors as they face off for uniquely experiential prizes provided by the NFL, EA Sports, CSL Esports and sponsors.  Tournament registration begins Dec. 1, on Giving Tuesday, with tournament play beginning on Saturday, Dec. 19.

"The support of the esports community, EA SPORTS Madden NFL, Campbell's Chunky, Target and other purpose-minded brands and organizations including Doritos and America's Dairy Farmers will accelerate GENYOUth's commitment to feed our nation's kids," said Alexis Glick, CEO of GENYOUth. "COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on schools, as they are in desperate need of equipment and resources to feed the one in four children who now live in food insecurity. For many kids, school meals are their only access to daily nourishment."

"The work GENYOUth is doing to fight hunger is more important now than ever," said Linda Lee, Chief Marketing Officer, Meals & Beverages, Campbell Soup Company. "We want to find the most effective ways to support those in need, and a great way to do that is to grab people's attention with a fun and unique esports tournament. We can't wait to see the Madden players and our Champions of Chunky face off for this wonderful cause."

"GENYOUth is an important partner for CSL Esports as one of our core missions is to bridge any digital and economic divide that may exist to engage students and introduce them to educational or career opportunities in the emerging esports industry," said Wim Stocks, Chairman, CSL Esports. "The Chunky Million Meals Challenge is a unique gaming experience that will help us alleviate hunger among school-aged children. We support and celebrate partners like GENYOUth to help us further impact the lives of children and inspire them to learn to play competitively leading to higher education possibilities through esports and gaming."

About the Chunky Million Meals Challenge:

The top eight finalists from the qualifying stage will be drafted by an NFL player and a Madden NFL pro, who will serve as Champions and coach their finalist through the remainder of the competition. While NFL players will provide their on-field football knowledge, the Madden NFL pros will be the real experts on offering gaming insights, as they "play the game" for a living. Depending on performance, this may be a make-or-break opportunity for the amateur players to launch their Madden NFL careers in front of pros from on and off the field.

To register for the Chunky Million Meals Challenge, visit millionmealschallenge.com.  Open qualifiers occur over two weekends: Saturday, Dec. 19, and Sunday, Dec. 20, and again on Saturday, Dec. 26 and Sunday, Dec. 27.  NFL-hungry fans can watch the draft and follow all the game action in the Chunky Million Meals Challenge Finals, which will be scheduled for late January across the NFL's official Twitch and YouTube channels.

Throughout the tournament, viewers will be encouraged to donate to GENYOUth to help tackle food insecurity among the nation's children at https://give.softgiving.com/millionmealschallenge or by texting MEALS to 20222 for a one-time $25 donation. Each $25 donation provides schools with critical equipment/supplies to serve 1,250 meals, helping to reach the goal of delivering 100 million meals!

Additional Chunky Million Meals Challenge support is being provided by America's Dairy Farmers and Doritos with headphones contributed by Bose. 

Campbell's Chunky has also been doubling down on gaming recently, partnering with EA SPORTS on Chunky-themed gear and challenges within Madden NFL 21 and the Champions of Chunky Yard Invitational tournament this Saturday, Dec. 5.



Seven From Sunday - Week 10

​​SEVEN FROM SUNDAY – WEEK 10​

A look at seven statistical highlights from games played at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, November 15, the tenth week of the 2020 season.

  • The ARIZONA CARDINALS overcame a 14-point deficit to defeat Buffalo, 32-30. With two games remaining in Week 10, there have been 11 games in which a team has overcome a deficit of at least 14 points to win this season, tied with the 2014 season (11) for the third-most such games through Week 10 in NFL history. Only the 1987 (14 games) and 2011 (13) seasons had more.

    The 2020 season joins 2015 as the only seasons in which a team has overcome a deficit of at least 13 points to win in each of the first 10 weeks of a season in NFL history.

    The NEW ORLEANS SAINTS overcame a 10-point deficit to defeat San Francisco, 27-13, on Sunday. With two games remaining in Week 10, there have been 31 games in which a team has overcome a deficit of at least 10 points to win this season, the most through Week 10 in NFL history.

  • Arizona quarterback KYLER MURRAY rushed for two touchdowns and threw a game-winning 43-yard touchdown pass with two seconds remaining in the Cardinals' Week 10 win.

    Murray is the first quarterback in the Super Bowl era and fourth quarterback in NFL history to rush for a touchdown in five consecutive games, joining JOHNNY LUJACK (six consecutive games in 1950), TOBIN ROTE (five in 1956) and Pro Football Hall of Famer DUTCH CLARK (five in 1936).

    Murray has 10 rushing touchdowns this season, tied with JOHNNY LUJACK (10) for the most by a quarterback in his team's first nine games of a season in league annals.

    Murray has 6,097 passing yards and 1,148 rushing yards in 25 career games and joins CAM NEWTON (6,194 passing yards, 1,060 rushing yards) as the only quarterbacks with at least 6,000 passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards in their first 25 career games in NFL history.

    Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN passed for 284 yards with two touchdowns and had a touchdown reception on Sunday.

    Allen is the fourth quarterback with at least two touchdown passes and a touchdown reception in a single game since 1990, joining BRAD JOHNSON (Week 7, 1997), MATT RYAN (Week 17, 2018) and DESHAUN WATSON (Week 13, 2019).

    Allen, who had 20 touchdown passes and nine rushing touchdowns in 2019, has 21 touchdown passes and five rushing touchdowns this season and joins DAK PRESCOTT (2016-18) and DESHAUN WATSON (2018-19) as the only players with at least 20 touchdown passes and five rushing touchdowns in consecutive seasons in NFL history.

  • Miami rookie quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA passed for 169 yards and two touchdowns with zero interceptions for a 106.9 rating in the Dolphins' 29-21 win over the Los Angeles Chargers.

    Tagovailoa, who has five touchdown passes and zero interceptions this season, has won each of his first three career starts and joins CARSON WENTZ (2016) as the only rookie quarterbacks to win their first three starts and throw zero interceptions in the Super Bowl era.

    Los Angeles Chargers rookie quarterback JUSTIN HERBERT totaled three touchdowns (two passing, one rushing) on Sunday.

    Herbert, who has 19 touchdown passes this season, is the first rookie quarterback in NFL history with at least two touchdown passes in six consecutive games.

  • Green Bay quarterback AARON RODGERS passed for 325 yards and two touchdowns with one interception for a 108.1 rating while wide receiver DAVANTE ADAMS had eight receptions for 66 yards and one touchdown in the Packers' 24-20 win over Jacksonville.

    Rodgers has eight games with at least two touchdown passes and a rating of 100-or-higher this season, marking the fourth time that a quarterback has done so in eight of his first nine games of a season in NFL history. Rodgers (nine games in 2011), TOM BRADY (eight in 2007) and PHILIP RIVERS (eight in 2018) mark the only other occasions.

    Adams has 61 receptions for 741 yards and nine touchdowns this season and joins Pro Football Hall of Famers MARVIN HARRISON (1999) and RANDY MOSS (2007) as the only players with at least 700 receiving yards and nine touchdown receptions in their first seven games of a season in the Super Bowl era. His 61 receptions are the fifth-most by a player in his first seven games of a season in NFL history.

  • New Orleans running back ALVIN KAMARA recorded three touchdowns (two rushing, one receiving) in the Saints' Week 10 victory.

    Kamara has 17 career games with at least two touchdowns, tied with CHUCK FOREMAN (17 games) for the second-most such games by a player in his first four seasons in NFL history. Only LARRY JOHNSON (18) has more.

    Kamara has eight career games with both a rushing and receiving touchdown, tied with CHUCK FOREMAN (eight) for the second-most such games by a player in his first four seasons in league annals. Only CHRISTIAN MCCAFFREY (nine) has more.

  • Tampa Bay running back RONALD JONES rushed for a career-high 192 yards, including a 98-yard touchdown, in the Buccaneers' 46-23 win at Carolina.

    Jones is the fourth player in NFL history to record a rushing touchdown of at least 98 yards, joining Pro Football Hall of Famer TONY DORSETT (99 yards in Week 17, 1982), AHMAN GREEN (98 yards in Week 17, 2003) and DERRICK HENRY (99 yards in Week 14, 2018).

  • With two games remaining in Week 10, there have been 11 field goals of at least 50 yards, tied with Week 13 of the 2012 season (11) for the most 50-yard field goals in a single week in NFL history.

    There have been 71 field goals of at least 50 yards this season, surpassing the 2017 season (67) for the most in a single season through Week 10 in NFL history.

    Detroit kicker MATT PRATER converted three field goals, including the game-winning 59-yarder with no time remaining in the fourth quarter, in the Lions' 30-27 win over Washington.

    Prater's game-winning 59-yard field goal is tied with CHANDLER CATANZARO (59-yards on October 21, 2018) and JOSH SCOBEE (59-yards on October 3, 2010) for the fourth-longest game-winning field goal with no time remaining in regulation or overtime in NFL history. Only TOM DEMPSEY (63 yards on November 8, 1970), MATT BRYANT (62 yards on October 22, 2006) and JAKE ELLIOTT (61 yards on September 24, 2017) had longer game-winning field goals with no time remaining in the fourth quarter or overtime.

    Prater has 11 career game-winning field goals with no time remaining in the fourth quarter or overtime, tied with STEVE CHRISTIE (11) and PHIL DAWSON (11) for the fourth-most such field goals since 1970. Only JASON ELAM (14), ADAM VINATIERI (13) and Pro Football Hall of Famer MORTEN ANDERSEN (12) have more.

    Prater, who also converted a 53-yard field goal on Sunday, has seven career games with multiple 50-yard field goals, the most in NFL history.​
Week 16 Saturday Schedule Announced

Two Week 16 Games on Saturday, December 26 EXCLUSIVELY on NFL Network –

1:00 PM ET – Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Detroit Lions

8:15 PM ET – Miami Dolphins at Las Vegas Raiders

 

Amazon Prime Video & Twitch to EXCLUSIVELY Stream San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals Saturday, December 26 at 4:30 PM ET

 

Today the NFL announced updates to the Week 16 schedule, including a slate of three games on Saturday, December 26.​

NFL Network will broadcast two games EXCLUSIVELY, starting with quarterback Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers traveling to face quarterback Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions at 1:00 PM ET. Buccaneers-Lions will also be available on local broadcast stations in Tampa (WTSP) and Detroit (WDIV).

NFL Network's schedule continues at 8:15 PM ET when quarterback Derek Carr and the Las Vegas Raiders host quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Miami Dolphins in a game with playoff implications for both teams on the line. In addition to NFL, Dolphins-Raiders will also be available on local broadcast stations in Miami (WPLG) and Las Vegas (KSNV).

Fans can stream these games through NFL digital properties across devices (NFL.com and the NFL app), NFL Network distributors' apps and sites, and on phones via Yahoo Sports and the respective teams' mobile properties. Live game audio will be broadcast nationally by Westwood One, and available on SiriusXM and NFL Game Pass.

Additionally, Amazon will EXCLUSIVELY stream the San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals divisional game across devices at 4:30 PM ET on Prime Video and Twitch. The game will also be available to stream on mobile through the NFL, 49ers, Cardinals and Yahoo Sports mobile properties. 49ers-Cardinals will also be available on local broadcast stations in San Francisco (KNTV) and Phoenix (KSAZ). Live game audio will be available on SiriusXM and NFL Game Pass.

For a full list of viewing options, fans can visit NFL.com/watch.

Full details on broadcast teams for each game will be announced at a later date.

Here is the Week 16 schedule on Saturday, December 26:

  • 1:00 PM ET – Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Detroit Lions (NFL Network)
  • 4:30 PM ET – San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals (Amazon Prime Video & Twitch)
  • 8:15 PM ET – Miami Dolphins at Las Vegas Raiders (NFL Network)

Last week, the NFL announced an update to the Week 15 schedule which includes a doubleheader of games on Saturday, December 19 EXCLUSIVELY on NFL Network. 


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Seven From Sunday - Week 12

​SEVEN FROM SUNDAY – WEEK 12​

A look at seven statistical highlights from games played at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, November 29, the 12th week of the 2020 season.

  • The MINNESOTA VIKINGS overcame an 11-point deficit to defeat Carolina, 28-27, while the NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS overcame a 10-point deficit to defeat Arizona, 20-17, on Sunday.

    With three games remaining this week, there have been 35 games in which a team has overcome a deficit of at least 10 points to win this season, the most through Week 12 in NFL history.

  • Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES completed 37 of 49 attempts (75.5 percent) for 462 yards and three touchdowns with zero interceptions for a 124.7 rating in the Chiefs' 27-24 win over Tampa Bay.

    Mahomes is the first player with at least 30 completions and 300 passing yards in four consecutive games in league annals.

    Mahomes has five career games with at least 400 passing yards and three touchdowns, joining Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO (six games) as the only players with at least five such games in their first four seasons in league annals.

    Mahomes has 15 career games with at least 300 passing yards and three touchdowns, tied with Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO (15 games) for the second-most such games by a player in his first four seasons in NFL history. Only Pro Football Hall of Famer KURT WARNER (17 games) has more.

    Kansas City wide receiver TYREEK HILL had a career-high 13 receptions for a career-best 269 yards and three touchdowns on Sunday.

    Hill had 203 receiving yards in the first quarter and became the third player since 1980 with at least 200 receiving yards in a single quarter, joining QADRY ISMAIL (210 receiving yards in third quarter on December 12, 1999) and LEE EVANS (205 in first quarter on November 19, 2006).

    Hill, who had 10 receptions for 215 yards and two touchdowns in Week 11 of the 2018 season, is the sixth player with two career games of 10 receptions, 200 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns in NFL history, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers DON HUTSON and JERRY RICE, as well as AMARI COOPERCHAD JOHNSON and ART POWELL.

    Tampa Bay quarterback TOM BRADY passed for 345 yards and three touchdowns in Week 12.

    Brady, who has 3,300 passing yards this season, has 18 career seasons with at least 3,000 passing yards, tied with Pro Football Hall of Famer BRETT FAVRE (18 seasons) for the most in NFL history.

  • Minnesota quarterback KIRK COUSINS passed for 307 yards and three touchdowns with zero interceptions for a 115.7 rating on Sunday.

    Cousins has 16 career games with at least 300 passing yards, three touchdown passes and a rating of 115-or-higher, surpassing DREW BREES (15 games) and AARON RODGERS (15) for the most such games by a quarterback in his first nine seasons in NFL history.

    Four Minnesota players – wide receivers CHAD BEEBE (seven receptions for 63 yards and one touchdown), JUSTIN JEFFERSON (seven receptions for 70 yards and two touchdowns) and BISI JOHNSON (seven receptions for 74 yards) along with tight end KYLE RUDOLPH (seven receptions for 68 yards) – each had at least seven receptions and 60 receiving yards on Sunday.

    It marks the second time in NFL history that one team had four receivers each register at least seven receptions and 60 receiving yards in the same game, joining the 2012 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (Week 16).

    Carolina rookie safety JEREMY CHINN recorded two fumble-return touchdowns on Sunday. He is the third player in NFL history with multiple fumble-return touchdowns in a single game, joining AL NESSER (three on October 3, 1920) and FRED EVANS (two on November 28, 1948).
     
  • Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN recorded his 15th career game with both a passing touchdown and rushing touchdown in the Bills' 27-17 win over the Los Angeles Chargers.

    Allen joins CAM NEWTON (20 games) as the only players with at least 15 games with both a passing and rushing touchdown in their first three seasons in NFL history.

    Appearing in his 10th career game, Los Angeles Chargers rookie quarterback JUSTIN HERBERT passed for 316 yards and one touchdown in Week 12.

    Herbert has six games with at least 300 passing yards this season, tied with ANDREW LUCK (six games in 2012) for the most such games by a rookie quarterback in NFL history.

    Herbert has 3,015 passing yards this season and joins PATRICK MAHOMES (3,185 passing yards) as the only players in league annals with at least 3,000 passing yards in their first 10 career games.

  • New Orleans quarterback TAYSOM HILL rushed for two touchdowns in the Saints' 31-3 win at Denver.

    Hill, who had two rushing touchdowns in his first career start at quarterback in Week 11, is the second player with at least two rushing touchdowns in each of his first two career starts at quarterback in the Super Bowl era, joining ERIC HIPPLE (1981).

  • Tennessee running back DERRICK HENRY rushed for 178 yards and three touchdowns in the Titans' 45-26 win at Indianapolis.

    Henry is the fourth player in NFL history with three games with at least 175 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns in their first five seasons, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers JIM BROWN (five games) and LADAINIAN TOMLINSON (three), as well as ADRIAN PETERSON (three).

    Henry has recorded at least 100 rushing yards in eight consecutive road games, tied with CHRIS JOHNSON (eight games from 2009-10) for the second-longest such streak in NFL history. Only Pro Football Hall of Famer BARRY SANDERS (10 games from 1996-97) has a longer streak.

  • Jacksonville rookie running back JAMES ROBINSON totaled a career-high 159 scrimmage yards (128 rushing, 31 receiving) and a rushing touchdown on Sunday against Cleveland.

    Robinson has six games with at least 100 scrimmage yards this season, tied with PHILLIP LINDSAY (six games in 2018) for the second-most by an undrafted rookie in the common-draft era. Only CLARK GAINES (seven games in 1976) has more.

    Robinson has 1,170 scrimmage yards this season, the third-most by an undrafted rookie in the common-draft era. Only DOMINIC RHODES (1,328 scrimmage yards in 2001) and PHILLIP LINDSAY (1,278 in 2018) have more.
Week 12 Ravens-Steelers game moved to Tuesday at 8:00 PM ET on NBC

​​The Week 12 Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers game has been moved to Tuesday, December 1, at 8:00 p.m. ET and will be broadcast nationally on NBC.

Should the game be played on Tuesday, the Week 13 Dallas Cowboys at Baltimore Ravens game, originally scheduled for Thursday, December 3, will be moved to Monday, December 7, at 5:00 p.m. ET and will be broadcast nationally on FOX/NFL Network/Amazon.

These decisions were made out of an abundance of caution to ensure the health and safety of players, coaches and game day personnel and in consultation with medical experts.  

The remaining Week 12 schedule (all times ET):

Week 12

Sunday, November 29

Las Vegas Raiders at Atlanta Falcons

1:00 PM

CBS

Los Angeles Chargers at Buffalo Bills

1:00 PM

CBS

New York Giants at Cincinnati Bengals

1:00 PM

FOX

Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts

1:00 PM

CBS

Cleveland Browns at Jacksonville Jaguars

1:00 PM

CBS

Carolina Panthers at Minnesota Vikings

1:00 PM

FOX

Arizona Cardinals at New England Patriots

1:00 PM

FOX

Miami Dolphins at New York Jets

1:00 PM

CBS

New Orleans Saints at Denver Broncos

4:05 PM

FOX

San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams

4:05 PM

FOX

Kansas City Chiefs at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

4:25 PM

CBS

Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers

8:20 PM

NBC


Monday, November 30

Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia Eagles

8:15 PM

ESPN


Tuesday, December 1

Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

8:00 PM

NBC 


Preview of NFL Network's Week 12 Saturday and Sunday Programming

Saturday on NFL Network –

'Around the NFL' at 8:00 AM ET

'Good Morning Football: Weekend' at 9:00 AM ET

 

'NFL GameDay Morning' Sunday at 9:00 AM ET –

Michael Irvin 1-on-1 w/ Tennessee Titans RB Derrick Henry

Steve Smith Sr. 1-on-1 w/ Arizona Cardinals WR DeAndre Hopkins

 

Each and every weekend, NFL Network provides extensive programming on Saturday and Sunday.​

On Saturday, coverage begins at 8:00 AM ET with Around the NFL, hosted by Dan HanzusGregg RosenthalMarc Sessler and Chris Wesseling. Coverage continues at 9:00 AM ET with Good Morning Football: Weekend, hosted by Colleen WolfeMichael RobinsonShaun O'Hara and Mike Garafolo.

On Sunday, NFL Network's GameDay programming kicks off at 9:00 AM ET with the Emmy-nominated NFL GameDay Morning Presented by LowesRich Eisen anchors the most comprehensive pregame show on television, joined by Pro Football Hall of Famers Michael Irvin and Kurt Warner, former head coach Steve Mariucci, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, analytics expert Cynthia Frelund, fantasy analyst Kay Adams and various NFL Network reporters stationed across the league.

NFL Network's GameDay coverage continues at 1:00 PM ET with NFL GameDay Live – the ONLY show on television providing in-progress NFL highlights and analysis of the day's games – and at 7:30 PM ET with NFL GameDay Highlights, which recaps the entire afternoon.

At 11:30 PM ETNFL GameDay Final recaps the weekend's games.

Sunday at 11:00 AM ETNFL GameDay View streams on NFL.com, YouTube and the NFL App with Andrew HawkinsCynthia Frelund and Gregg Rosenthal providing analysis and predictions for the day's games.

NFL RedZone hosted by Scott Hanson whips around the league providing all of the exciting plays and touchdowns as they happen starting at 1:00 PM ET.

 

 Saturday, November 28 on Good Morning Football: Weekend – 9:00 AM ET

Hosts: Colleen Wolfe, Michael Robinson, Shaun O'Hara & Mike Garafolo

  • Aditi Kinkhabwala joins live from Pittsburgh with the latest on Ravens-Steelers, and Sara Walsh joins live from Tampa ahead of Chiefs-Buccaneers
  • James Palmer reports on Saints-Broncos, Mike Giardi reports on Cardinals-Patriots and Kim Jones reports on Chargers-Bills
  • Shaun O'Hara explains what the Philadelphia Eagles need to do to protect quarterback Carson Wentz in The Protection Spotlight
  • Michael Robinson answers viewer questions in the Real Mike Rob Report
  • Mike Garafolo delivers the latest news and notes from around the league in Mike Drop
  • How will the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense try to slow down Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes?
  • Will quarterback Tom Brady get the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offense back on track when he faces the Kansas City Chiefs?
  • How can the New Orleans Saints put quarterback Taysom Hill in a position to win against the Denver Broncos?
  • Good Morning Football: Weekend names the players to watch when the Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts play for the second time in three weeks
  • Are the Miami Dolphins handling their quarterback situation the right way?
  • Fantasy expert Adam Rank provides fantasy advice you need to hear before you set your lineup

 

Sunday, November 29 on NFL GameDay Morning – 9:00 AM ET

Michael Irvin 1-on-1 w/ Tennessee Titans RB Derrick Henry

Steve Smith Sr. 1-on-1 w/ Arizona Cardinals WR DeAndre Hopkins

Host: Rich Eisen

Analysts: Kurt Warner, Michael Irvin & Steve Mariucci

Insider: Ian Rapoport

Analytics Expert: Cynthia Frelund

Fantasy Analyst: Kay Adams

  • Michael Irvin sits down with Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry ahead of the huge AFC South divisional game against the Indianapolis Colts
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  • Warner's Corner – Kurt Warner looks at the matchup between Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady
  • Mooch's Minute – Steve Mariucci breaks down Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski
  • Football 101 – Kurt Warner and Michael Irvin discuss the connection between Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins  
  • Hall of Famers Only – With Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry dominating opponents right now, Kurt Warner and Michael Irvin discuss the most dominant players they ever played with or against
  • GameDay Notebook – NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, and reporters Mike Garafolo and Tom Pelissero empty out their notebooks and provide news reports from around the league
  • Will quarterback Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers be able to keep up with quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs?
  • How will being benched last week impact Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa?
  • Will Taysom Hill continue to shine as the New Orleans Saints' starting quarterback?
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KANSAS CITY QB PATRICK MAHOMES LEADS PRO BOWL VOTING BY FANS

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES, with 143,355 votes, leads all players​​ in balloting for the 2021 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon.

Seattle quarterback RUSSELL WILSON (139,839 votes) ranks second overall, while Minnesota running back DALVIN COOK (131,875 votes), Kansas City tight end TRAVIS KELCE (127,868 votes) and Arizona wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS (127,039 votes) round out the top five.

Two of the top five vote-getters – Mahomes and Cook – are age 25 while six first- or second-year players currently lead their conference in votes received at their respective positions.

The PITTSBURGH STEELERS lead all clubs in total votes received. The KANSAS CITY CHIEFSSEATTLE SEAHAWKSGREEN BAY PACKERS and BUFFALO BILLS round out the current top five.

Fan voting for the 2021 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon will continue online and on web-enabled mobile phones at NFL.com/ProBowlVote until Thursday, December 17.

During the final two weeks of 2021 Pro Bowl voting – December 1-17 – fans will also be able to vote directly on Twitter. To cast such a vote, fans should tweet the first and last name of the player, the player’s official Twitter handle, or a hashtag including the player’s first and last name. All three of these methods must include the hashtag: #ProBowlVote. Voting via Twitter is in addition to the online ballot at NFL.com/ProBowlVote, which will be available throughout the entire voting period.

Roster selections are determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group’s vote counts one-third toward determining the 88 All-Star players. NFL players and coaches will cast their votes on Friday, December 18.

The NFL is the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches and players to determine its All-Star teams. It was also the first professional sports league to offer online all-star voting in 1995. The roster reveal will be aired on NFL Network in late December.

NFL PRO BOWL TOP-FIVE VOTE-GETTERS

POS.

NAME

TEAM

VOTES

QB

Patrick Mahomes

Kansas City Chiefs

 143,355

QB

Russell Wilson

Seattle Seahawks

 139,839

RB

Dalvin Cook

Minnesota Vikings

 131,875

TE

Travis Kelce

Kansas City Chiefs

 127,868

WR

DeAndre Hopkins

Arizona Cardinals

 127,039

 

NFL PRO BOWL MOST VOTES BY TEAM

TEAM

Pittsburgh Steelers

Kansas City Chiefs

Seattle Seahawks

Green Bay Packers

Buffalo Bills

 

AFC & NFC LEADING VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION

POS.

CONF.

NAME, TEAM

VOTES

POS.

CONF.

NAME, TEAM

VOTES

 

QB

AFC

Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City

143,355

DE

AFC

Myles Garrett, Cleveland

95,374

 

QB

NFC

Russell Wilson, Seattle

139,839

DE

NFC

Brian Burns, Carolina

50,054

 

RB

AFC

Derrick Henry, Tennessee

126,799

DT

AFC

Chris Jones, Kansas City

54,987

 

RB

NFC

Dalvin Cook, Minnesota

131,875

DT

NFC

Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams

83,143

 

FB

AFC

Andy Janovich, Cleveland

50,640

OLB

AFC

T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh

69,924

 

FB

NFC

Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco

112,798

OLB

NFC

Khalil Mack, Chicago

47,689

 

WR

AFC

Stefon Diggs, Buffalo

109,537

ILB

AFC

Zach Cunningham, Houston

27,731

 

WR

NFC

DeAndre Hopkins, Arizona

127,039

ILB

NFC

Devin White, Tampa Bay

78,750

 

TE

AFC

Travis Kelce, Kansas City

127,868

CB

AFC

Marlon Humphrey, Baltimore

53,821

 

TE

NFC

T.J. Hockenson, Detroit

54,312

CB

NFC

Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans

31,053

 

T

AFC

Mekhi Becton, New York Jets

41,193

SS

AFC

Tyrann Mathieu, Kansas City

70,941

 

T

NFC

David Bakhtiari, Green Bay

82,172

SS

NFC

Budda Baker, Arizona

95,234

 

G

AFC

Joel Bitonio, Cleveland

58,977

FS

AFC

Justin Simmons, Denver

74,568

 

G

NFC

Alex Cappa, Tampa Bay

31,705

FS

NFC

Logan Ryan, New York Giants

42,722

 

C

AFC

David Andrews, New England

51,482

P

AFC

Braden Mann, New York Jets

26,248

 

C

NFC

Jason Kelce, Philadelphia

40,358

P

NFC

Johnny Hekker, Los Angeles Rams

41,011

 

K

AFC

Rodrigo Blankenship, Indianapolis

44,865

ST

AFC

Chris Board, Baltimore

40,379

 

K

NFC

Younghoe Koo, Atlanta

75,673

ST

NFC

Nick Bellore, Seattle

43,906

 

RS

AFC

Andre Roberts, Buffalo

50,847

LS

AFC

Kameron Canaday, Pittsburgh

48,869

 

RS

NFC

Cordarrelle Patterson, Chicago

79,010

LS

NFC

Hunter Bradley, Green Bay

45,837

 

*Vote totals through Wednesday, November 25 at 8:00 AM ET


DE INTERÉS – DUODÉCIMA SEMANA

ZEKE, HAMBRIENTO POR YARDAS. En Acción de Gracias del año pasado, el corredor de Dallas EZEKIEL ELLIOTT lideró a los Cowboys con 137 yardas desde la línea de golpeo (71 acarreando, 66 recibiendo). En los tres partidos de su carrera en el feriado, Elliott totalizó 400 yardas desde la línea de golpeo (133.3 por partido) y tres acarreos anotadores, superando la centena de yardas desde la línea de golpeo en cada partido.

Con al menos 100 yardas desde la línea de golpeo este jueves contra Houston (4:30 PM, hora de New York, FOX), Elliott se convertirá en el primer jugador en la historia de la NFL en registrar al menos 100 yardas desde la línea de golpeo en cuatro partidos consecutivos en Día de Acción de Gracias

También empataría a los miembros del Salón de la Fama MICHAEL IRVIN (cuatro partidos) y BARRY SANDERS (cuatro) en la segunda mayor cantidad de partidos con al menos 100 yardas desde la línea de golpeo en el feriado en la historia de la liga. Solamente el miembro del Salón de la Fama EMMITT SMITH (ocho partidos) tiene más. 

Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de partidos con al menos 100 yardas desde la línea de golpeo en Acción de Gracias en la historia de la NFL:

JUGADOR

EQUIPO

PARTIDOS

Emmitt SmithHOF

Dallas

8

Michael IrvinHOF

Dallas

4

Barry SandersHOF

Detroit

4

 

 

 

Ezekiel Elliott

Dallas

3*

*Llegando al jueves

 

 

-- NFL --

DESHAUN, MANOS A LA OBRA. La semana pasada, el mariscal de campo de Houston DESHAUN WATSON completó 28 de 37 pases (el 75.7 por ciento) para 344 yardas, con dos anotaciones, ninguna intercepción e índice de 121.9, y agregó un acarreo anotador en el triunfo de los Texans. Marcó su quinto partido consecutivo con al menos 30 intentos de pase y ninguna intercepción. 

Con al menos 30 intentos de pase y ninguna intercepción en Acción de Gracias en Detroit (12:30 PM, hora de New York, CBS), Watson se convertirá en el tercer jugador con al menos 30 pases intentados y ninguna intercepción en seis juegos seguidos en una sola temporada en la historia de la NFL, uniéndose a AARON BROOKS (2003) y DEREK CARR (2018).

Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de partidos consecutivos con al menos 30 intentos de pase y ninguna intercepción en una misma temporada en la historia de la NFL:

JUGADOR

EQUIPO

TEMPORADA

PARTIDOS

Aaron Brooks

New Orleans

2003

6

Derek Carr

Oakland Raiders

2018

6

 

 

 

 

Deshaun Watson

Houston

2020

5*

*Racha activa

 

 

 

En los 48 partidos de su carrera, Watson lanzó 12,599 yardas y 91 anotaciones. Con un pase de anotación el jueves, superará a PEYTON MANNING (91 pases anotadores) y al miembro del Salón de la Fama JOHNNY UNITAS (91) para la cuarta mayor cantidad de pases anotadores por un jugador en loa primeros 50 partidos de su carrera en la historia de la NFL.

Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de pases anotadores en los primeros 50 partidos de sus carreras en la historia de la NFL:

JUGADOR

EQUIPO

PASES ANOTADORES

Dan MarinoHOF

Miami

114

Patrick Mahomes

Kansas City

103#

Kurt WarnerHOF

St. Louis Rams

101

Peyton Manning

Indianapolis

91

Johnny UnitasHOF

Baltimore Colts

91

Deshaun Watson

Houston

91*

*En 48 partidos

 

 

#En 41 partidos

 

 

-- NFL --

3,000 EN ’20. El mariscal de campo de Tampa Bay TOM BRADY ingresa a la duodécima semana cuarto en la liga con 2,955 yardas aéreas. Con 45 yardas aéreas el domingo contra Kansas City (4:25 PM, hora de New York, CBS), Brady alcanzará las 3,000 yardas por aire en una temporada por 18ª ocasión, empatando con el miembro del Salón de la Fama BRETT FAVRE (18 temporadas) para la mayor cantidad en la historia de la NFL

El mariscal de campo de Indianapolis PHILIP RIVERS se ubica 11° en la liga con 2,683 yardas aéreas esta temporada. Con 317 yardas aéreas el domingo contra Tennessee (1:00 PM, hora de New York, CBS), Rivers se convertirá en el quinto jugador en la historia de la liga que alcanza las 3,000 yardas aéreas en 15 temporadas

Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de temporadas con al menos 3,000 yardas aéreas en la historia de la NFL:

JUGADOR

EQUIPO(S)

TEMPORADAS

Brett FavreHOF

Green Bay, New York Jets, Minnesota

18

Tom Brady

New England

17*

Drew Brees

San Diego Chargers, New Orleans

16*

Peyton Manning

Indianapolis, Denver

16

Eli Manning

New York Giants

14

Philip Rivers

San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers

14*

*Activo

 

-- NFL --

#10 POR #10. La semana pasada, el mariscal de campo novato de los Los Angeles Chargers JUSTIN HERBERT lanzó 366 yardas, un pico de carrera, y tres anotaciones, sin intercepción alguna y con un índice de 116.5, marcando su quinto partido con al menos tres pases anotadores, la mayor cantidad por un 116.5en la historia de la NFL. A lo largo de nueve partidos, Herbert lidera a todos los mariscales de campo novatos con 2,699 yardas aéreas, 22 pases anotadores y un índice de 104.7 esta temporada. 

El domingo en Buffalo (1:00 PM, hora de New York, CBS), Herbert puede adelantarse y colocarse entre los tres primeros en yardas aéreas y pases anotadores por un jugador en los primeros 10 partidos de su carrera en la historia de la NFL. PATRICK MAHOMES es el único otro jugador entre los tres mejores de ambas categorías tras 10 partidos. 

Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de yardas aéreas en los primeros 10 partidos de sus carreras en la historia de la NFL:

JUGADOR

EQUIPO

YARDAS AÉREAS

Patrick Mahomes

Kansas City

3,185

Andrew Luck

Indianapolis

2,965

Cam Newton

Carolina

2,885

Justin Herbert

Los Angeles Chargers

2,699*

Joe Burrow

Cincinnati

2,688

*En nueve partidos

 

 

Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de pases anotadores en los primeros 10 partidos de sus carreras en la historia de la NFL:

JUGADOR

EQUIPO

PASES ANOTADORES

Patrick Mahomes

Kansas City

29

Kurt WarnerHOF

St. Louis Rams

26

Deshaun Watson

Houston

24

Justin Herbert

Los Angeles Chargers

22*

George Ratterman

Chicago Cardinals

21

*En nueve partidos

 

 

-- NFL --

EN CASA ES LETAL. Llegando a la duodécima semana, el corredor de Minnesota DALVIN COOK lidera la liga con 13 acarreos anotadores y se ubica segundo con 1,069 yardas por tierra. La semana pasada acarreó 115 yardas y una anotación, su 10° partido consecutivo en casa con algún acarreo anotador, una racha que se remonta a la primera semana de la temporada 2019. 

Con un acarreo anotador el domingo contra Carolina (1:00 PM, hora de New York, FOX), Cook empatará al miembro del Salón de la Fama LADAINIAN TOMLINSON (11 partidos seguidos en casa) para la cuarta mayor cantidad de juegos consecutivos de local con algún acarreo anotador con el mismo equipo en la historia de la NFL


Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de partidos en casa consecutivos con algún acarreo anotador con el mismo equipo en la historia de la NFL
:

JUGADOR

EQUIPO

TEMPORADAS

PARTIDOS

Emmitt SmithHOF

Dallas

1993-95

17

Curtis MartinHOF

New England

1995-96

13

Stephen Davis

Washington

1999-2000

12

LaDainian TomlinsonHOF

San Diego Chargers

2003-05

11

Dalvin Cook

Minnesota

2019-20

10*

Bill Paschal

New York Giants

1943-45

10

*Racha activa



What To Look For - Week 12

​​ZEKE HUNGRY FOR YARDS: Last year on Thanksgiving, Dallas running back EZEKIEL ELLIOTT led the Cowboys with 137 scrimmage yards (71 rushing, 66 receiving). In three career games on the holiday, Elliott has totaled 400 scrimmage yards (133.3 per game) and three rushing touchdowns, surpassing 100 scrimmage yards in each game.

With at least 100 scrimmage yards on Thursday against Houston (4:30 PM ET, FOX), Elliott will become the first player in NFL history to record at least 100 scrimmage yards in four consecutive Thanksgiving Day games.

He would also tie Pro Football Hall of Famers MICHAEL IRVIN (four games) and BARRY SANDERS (four) for the second-most games with at least 100 scrimmage yards on the holiday in league history. Only Pro Football Hall of Famer EMMITT SMITH (eight games) has more.

The players with the most games with at least 100 scrimmage yards on Thanksgiving in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM

GAMES

Emmitt SmithHOF

Dallas

8

Michael IrvinHOF

Dallas

4

Barry SandersHOF

Detroit

4

 

 

 

Ezekiel Elliott

Dallas

3*

*Entering Thursday

 

 

-- NFL --

DESHAUN IS DEALING: Last week, Houston quarterback DESHAUN WATSON completed 28 of 37 passes (75.7 pct.)  for 344 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 121.9 rating and added a rushing touchdown in the Texans' victory. It marked his fifth consecutive game with at least 30 pass attempts and zero interceptions.

With at least 30 pass attempts and zero interceptions on Thanksgiving at Detroit (12:30 PM ET, CBS), Watson will become the third player with at least 30 passing attempts and zero interceptions in six consecutive games in a single season in NFL history, joining AARON BROOKS (2003) and DEREK CARR (2018).

The players with the most consecutive games with at least 30 pass attempts and zero interceptions in a single season in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM

SEASON

GAMES

Aaron Brooks

New Orleans

2003

6

Derek Carr

Oakland Raiders

2018

6

 

 

 

 

Deshaun Watson

Houston

2020

5*

*Active streak

 

 

 

In 48 career games, Watson has passed for 12,599 yards and 91 touchdowns. With a touchdown pass on Thursday, he will surpass PEYTON MANNING (91 touchdown passes) and Pro Football Hall of Famer JOHNNY UNITAS (91) for the fourth-most touchdown passes by a player in his first 50 career games in NFL history.

The players with the most touchdown passes in their first 50 career games in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM

TOUCHDOWN PASSES

Dan MarinoHOF

Miami

114

Patrick Mahomes

Kansas City

103#

Kurt WarnerHOF

St. Louis Rams

101

Peyton Manning

Indianapolis

91

Johnny UnitasHOF

Baltimore Colts

91

Deshaun Watson

Houston

91*

*In 48 games

 

 

#In 41 games

 

 


-- NFL --

3,000 IN ‘20Tampa Bay quarterback TOM BRADY enters Week 12 ranked fourth in the league with 2,955 passing yards. With 45 passing yards on Sunday against Kansas City (4:25 PM ET, CBS), Brady will have reached 3,000 passing yards in a season for the 18th time, tied with Pro Football Hall of Famer BRETT FAVRE (18 seasons) for the most in NFL history.

Indianapolis quarterback PHILIP RIVERS ranks 11th in the league with 2,683 passing yards this season. With 317 passing yards on Sunday against Tennessee (1:00 PM ET, CBS), Rivers will become the fifth player in league history to reach 3,000 passing yards in 15 seasons.

The player with the most seasons with at least 3,000 passing yards in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM(S)

SEASONS

Brett FavreHOF

Green Bay, New York Jets, Minnesota

18

Tom Brady

New England

17*

Drew Brees

San Diego Chargers, New Orleans

16*

Peyton Manning

Indianapolis, Denver

16

Eli Manning

New York Giants

14

Philip Rivers

San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers

14*

*Active

 

-- NFL --

#10 FOR #10: Last week, Los Angeles Chargers rookie quarterback JUSTIN HERBERT passed for a career-high 366 yards and three touchdowns with zero interceptions for a 116.5 rating, marking his fifth game with at least three touchdown passes, the most by a rookie in NFL history. Through nine games, Herbert leads all qualified rookies with 2,699 passing yards, 22 touchdown passes and a 104.7 rating this season.

On Sunday at Buffalo (1:00 PM ET, CBS), Herbert can move into the top-three for passing yards and touchdown passes by a player in his first 10 career games in NFL history. PATRICK MAHOMES is the only other player in the top three of both categories after 10 games.

The players with the most passing yards in their first 10 career games in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM

PASSING YARDS

Patrick Mahomes

Kansas City

3,185

Andrew Luck

Indianapolis

2,965

Cam Newton

Carolina

2,885

Justin Herbert

Los Angeles Chargers

2,699*

Joe Burrow

Cincinnati

2,688

*In nine games

 

 

The players with the most touchdown passes in their first 10 career games in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM

TOUCHDOWN PASSES

Patrick Mahomes

Kansas City

29

Kurt WarnerHOF

St. Louis Rams

26

Deshaun Watson

Houston

24

Justin Herbert

Los Angeles Chargers

22*

George Ratterman

Chicago Cardinals

21

*In nine games

 

 

-- NFL --

HOME COOKING: Entering Week 12, Minnesota running back DALVIN COOK leads the league with 13 rushing touchdowns and ranks second with 1,069 rushing yards. Last week, he rushed for 115 yards and a touchdown, his 10th consecutive home game with a rushing touchdown, a streak that goes back to Week 1 of the 2019 season.

With a rushing touchdown on Sunday against Carolina (1:00 PM ET, FOX), Cook will tie Pro Football Hall of Famer LADAINIAN TOMLINSON (11 consecutive home games) for the fourth-most consecutive home games with a rushing touchdown with the same team in NFL history.

The players with the most consecutive home games with a rushing touchdown with the same team in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM

SEASONS

GAMES

Emmitt SmithHOF

Dallas

1993-95

17

Curtis MartinHOF

New England

1995-96

13

Stephen Davis

Washington

1999-2000

12

LaDainian TomlinsonHOF

San Diego Chargers

2003-05

11

Dalvin Cook

Minnesota

2019-20

10*

Bill Paschal

New York Giants

1943-45

10

*Active streak


Preview of NFL Network's 2020 Thanksgiving Day Programming

'Good Morning Football' Airs at 7:00 AM ET​

'NFL GameDay Morning' Thanksgiving Edition Airs at 10:00 AM ET

On Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 26, NFL Network provides 9 live hours of programming beginning at 7:00 AM ET with Good Morning Football. Hosts Kay AdamsNate BurlesonPeter SchragerKyle Brandt and Will Selva set the table for the day, previewing Houston Texans-Detroit Lions, Washington Football Team-Dallas Cowboys and Baltimore Ravens-Pittsburgh Steelers.

At 10:00 AM ET, a special Thanksgiving Day edition of NFL GameDay Morning airs with host Rich Eisen, analysts Kurt WarnerMichael Irvin and Steve Mariucci, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, analytics expert Cynthia Frelund, and NFL Network reporters Stacey DalesJane Slater and Aditi Kinkhabwala.

Featured on the Thanksgiving Day edition of NFL GameDay Morning:

  • Kurt Warner sits down with Washington Football Team quarterback Alex Smith to discuss his recovery from a leg injury, being a starting quarterback again and facing the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day with first place on the line

  • The uplifting story of how the late Baltimore Ravens super-fan Mo Gaba inspired the entire city of Baltimore during his fight against cancer

  • Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson explains why it was important for him to support the social justice movement following the death of Houston native George Floyd
     
  • Warner's Corner – Kurt Warner breaks down the matchup between Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson and Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford
     
  • Hall of Famers Only – Kurt Warner and Michael Irvin discuss their memories of playing on Thanksgiving Day

  • Jive Turkey – The NFL GameDay Morning crew look back at some of their statements from earlier in the season, and decide whether they will stand by them or if they are a bunch of Jive Turkeys
     
  • The NFL GameDay Morning crew get a chance to amend their pre-season Super Bowl predictions
     
  • Will Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson break out of his slump against the Pittsburgh Steelers?
     
  • How do the Baltimore Ravens end the Pittsburgh Steelers' undefeated season?
     
  • Will the Dallas Cowboys win the NFC East?
     
  • Will Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson's hot streak continue against the Detroit Lions?

  • NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports on the latest news from around the league

  • Live reports
    • Stacey Dales from Detroit for Texans-Lions
    • Jane Slater from Dallas for Washington-Cowboys
    • Aditi Kinkhabwala reports on Ravens-Steelers

Live editions of NFL Total Access air at 3:30 PM ET7:30 PM ET and 11:30 PM ET.

 

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Week 12 NFL Preview

THANKFUL FOR CLOSE GAMES, ELECTRIFYING PLAYERS,

NFL GAINING MOMENTUM FOR STRETCH RUN

The National Football League is thankful for many things. Thrilling games decided in the final minutes and players with gleaming futures making significant contributions in the present are high on that list.

Through 11 weeks, only one other season in NFL history has produced more games within one score (eight points or fewer) in the fourth quarter. And, through 11 weeks, only two other prior years have produced more games decided by one score.

MOST GAMES WITHIN EIGHT POINTS IN FOURTH QUARTER, THROUGH 11 WEEKS, NFL HISTORY

 

MOST GAMES DECIDED BY EIGHT POINTS OR FEWER, THROUGH 11 WEEKS, NFL HISTORY

2016

123

 

2016

96

2020

114

 

2015

89

2013

114

 

2020

87

2007

113

 

2019

86

2004

113

 

2018

86

 

1988

86

 

RARIFIED AIR: When the NEW ORLEANS SAINTS travel to play the DENVER BRONCOS on Sunday at Empower Field at Mile High (4:05 PM ET, FOX), Saints quarterback TAYSOM HILL can continue a unique climb within an exclusive group.

  • Making his first NFL start at quarterback last week, Hill passed for 233 yards, rushed for 51 yards and had two rushing touchdowns.
  • Pro Football Hall of Famer PAUL HORNUNG entered the NFL as the first-overall selection in the 1957 draft. Among those who began their careers since Hornung joined the league, Hill is one of only 10 players with at least 500 career rushing yards, 300 career passing yards and 300 career receiving yards.​

The players with at least 500 career rushing yards, 300 career passing yards and 300 career receiving yards, among those that entered the league since 1957:

PLAYER

YEARS

PASS YARDS

RUSH YARDS

REC. YARDS

Taysom Hill

2017-20

438

589

312

Terrelle Pryor

2011-18

1,994

646

1,563

Kordell Stewart

1995-2005

14,746

2,874

658

Walter PaytonHOF

1975-87

331

16,726

4,538

Dan Reeves

1965-72

359

1,888

1,483

Dick Hoak

1961-70

414

1,858

818

Paul Lowe

1960-69

326

4,995

1,045

Tom Moore

1960-67

383

2,445

1,152

John David Crow

1958-68

759

4,963

3,699

Paul HornungHOF

1957-66

383

3,711

1,480

 

  • Last week, New Orleans wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS had nine receptions for 104 yards while running back ALVIN KAMARA rushed for 45 yards and a touchdown in the Saints’ 24-9 win over Atlanta.
  • Thomas has 489 career receptions and surpassed JARVIS LANDRY (481) for the most receptions by a player in his first five seasons in NFL history.
  • Kamara has 531 rushing yards and 648 receiving yards this season and is the first player with at least 500 rushing yards and 500 receiving yards in each of his first four seasons in NFL history. He is also the sixth running back with four-or-more consecutive seasons with at least 500 rushing yards and 500 receiving yards in the Super Bowl era (1966-2020).

FIRST PLACE ON THE LINE IN INDY: The TENNESSEE TITANS and INDIANAPOLIS COLTS, both 7-3 and tied atop the AFC South, meet in a key showdown on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, CBS). It’s the teams’ second meeting in three weeks. In Week 10 on Thursday Night Football, Indianapolis defeated Tennessee, 34-17, as running back NYHEIM HINES totaled two touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving). Last week, each team won an overtime thriller.

  • In that win last week, the Colts overcame a 14-point deficit to defeat Green Bay, 34-31, in overtime. This season in the NFL, there have been 12 games in which a team has overcome a deficit of at least 14 points to win, tied with the 1996 and 1979 seasons for the third-most such games through Week 11 in NFL history. Only the 1987 (15 games) and 2011 (14) seasons had more.
  • The Titans, meanwhile, overcame an 11-point deficit to defeat Baltimore, 30-24, in overtime. This season, there have been 33 games in which a team has overcome a deficit of at least 10 points to win, the most through Week 11 in NFL history.
  • Tennessee running back DERRICK HENRY rushed for 133 yards, including the game-winning 29-yard touchdown in overtime, last week. He leads the NFL with 1,079 rushing yards this season.
  • Henry, who also registered a 5-yard overtime touchdown run in Week 6, is the first player with multiple overtime rushing touchdowns in a single season in NFL history.
  • This season, the Titans have won an NFL-high five games in which they’ve scored the game-deciding points in either overtime or the last two minutes of regulation. Through the season’s first 11 weeks, the league has produced 28 games – or 2.54 per week – in which the winning team earned the deciding points in either the final two minutes of regulation or overtime.

The games in which the deciding points were scored in the final two minutes of regulation or overtime this season:

WEEK

RESULT

PLAY

TIME

QTR

WEEK

RESULT

PLAY

TIME

QTR

1

Chi 27, Det 23

TD pass

1:54

4

6

Ten 42, Hou 36

TD run

6:30

OT

1

Ten 16, Den 14

FG

0:17

4

7

Ari 37, Sea 34

FG

0:15

OT

2

Dal 40, Atl 39

FG

0:00

4

7

Cle 37, Cin 34

TD pass

0:11

4

2

KC 23, LAC 20

FG

1:55

OT

7

Det 23, Atl 22

TD pass

0:00

4

2

Ten 33, Jax 30

FG

1:36

4

7

Phi 22, NYG 21

TD pass

0:40

4

3

Buf 35, LAR 32

TD pass

0:15

4

8

Den 31, LAC 30

TD pass

0:00

4

3

Chi 30, Atl 26

TD pass

1:53

4

8

NO 26, Chi 23

FG

1:36

OT

3

Det 26, Ari 23

FG

0:00

4

9

NE 30, NYJ 27

FG

0:00

4

3

Sea 38, Dal 31

TD pass

1:47

4

10

Ari 32, Buf 30

TD pass

0:02

4

3

Ten 31, Min 30

FG

1:44

4

10

Det 30, Was 27

FG

0:00

4

5

Chi 20, TB 19

FG

1:13

4

11

Dal 31, Min 28

TD pass

1:37

4

5

Dal 37, NYG 34

FG

0:00

4

11

Ind 34, GB 31

FG

7:10

OT

5

NO 30, LAC 27

FG

5:08

OT

11

KC 35, LV 31

TD pass

0:28

4

5

Sea 27, Min 26

TD pass

0:15

4

11

Ten 30, Bal 24

TD run

5:21

OT

 

STRIKING DISTANCE: Through 11 weeks, 23 of 32 teams are either in first place or within three games of first place.

  • In five of eight divisions – the AFC East, AFC South, NFC East, NFC South and NFC West – the gap between first and second place is no more than a game and a half.

BRADY-MAHOMES IV: Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES leads the Chiefs against TOM BRADY and the Buccaneers on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium (4:25 PM ET, CBS). Including their 2018 AFC Championship contest, Mahomes and Brady are meeting for the fourth time, with Brady having won two of the three previous games, all with his former team, the Patriots.

  • The Buccaneers are allowing the NFL’s fifth-fewest yards per game (310.5), while the Chiefs on offense are averaging 414.1 yards per game, second in the league.
  • Kansas City is 5-0 in road games this season, tied with Pittsburgh for the best road record in the NFL. Chiefs head coach ANDY REID has the fifth-most wins (110) on the road in NFL history, including postseason.

The head coaches with the most wins on the road, including postseason, in NFL history:

COACH

ROAD WINS

Don ShulaHOF

148

George HalasHOF

138

Bill Belichick

128

Tom LandryHOF

119

Andy Reid

110

 

MEN OF STEEL: The PITTSBURGH STEELERS can clinch the first NFL playoff berth this week, needing a win plus a Miami loss or tie and a Las Vegas loss or tie (and assuming both the Dolphins and Raiders don’t tie). The 16th team since the 1970 league merger to begin a season 10-0, Pittsburgh hosts the BALTIMORE RAVENS on Thanksgiving night (8:20 PM ET, NBC). Over the past 50 seasons, only 11 teams have opened 11-0. Nine of those teams reached the Super Bowl, and five brought home the Vince Lombardi Trophy.​

The teams that began a season 11-0 since 1970:

YEAR

TEAM

RECORD

SEASON RESULT

2015

Carolina

15-1

Advanced to Super Bowl 50

2011

Green Bay

15-1

Advanced to NFC Divisional playoffs

2009

Indianapolis

14-2

Advanced to Super Bowl XLIV

2009

New Orleans

13-3

Won Super Bowl XLIV

2007

New England

16-0

Advanced to Super Bowl XLII

2005

Indianapolis

14-2

Advanced to AFC Divisional playoffs

1998

Denver

14-2

Won Super Bowl XXXIII

1991

Washington

14-2

Won Super Bowl XXVI

1985

Chicago

15-1

Won Super Bowl XX

1984

Miami

14-2

Advanced to Super Bowl XIX

1972

Miami

14-0

Won Super Bowl VII

 

THE CLOSE-GAMES BAROMETER: Good teams win close games, and the data proves it. The CLEVELAND BROWNS, who travel to play Jacksonville on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, CBS), are off to their best start since 1994, when they opened 8-2. One of the hallmarks of their overall success in 2020 has been winning close games. The Browns (4-0, 1.000) are one of seven teams this season with a winning percentage of at least .700 in games decided by seven points or less. The PITTSBURGH STEELERS (5-0, 1.000), KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (3-0, 1.000), TENNESSEE TITANS (6-1, .857), NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (4-1, .800), BUFFALO BILLS (4-1, .800) and LOS ANGELES RAMS (3-1, .750) are the others.

  • Since the NFL expanded to 32 teams in 2002, 86 of 103 teams (83.5 percent) that finished with a .700-or-better winning percentage in games decided by seven points or less have made the playoffs.​

In Week 11, Cleveland defensive end OLIVIER VERNON registered three sacks and a safety, while linebacker SIONE TAKITAKI returned an interception 50 yards for a touchdown in the Browns’ 22-17 win. Cleveland, which also recorded a safety and an interception return for a touchdown in Week 5, is the fourth team in NFL history to produce two games in the same season with both a safety and an interception-touchdown, joining the 1997 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS, 1996 NEW YORK GIANTS and 1947 PITTSBURGH STEELERS.

Meanwhile, Jacksonville rookie running back JAMES ROBINSON has 1,011 scrimmage yards this season and is the fifth undrafted rookie with at least 1,000 scrimmage yards in the common-draft era, joining DOMINIC RHODES (1,328 scrimmage yards in 2001), PHILLIP LINDSAY (1,278 in 2018), CLARK GAINES (1,124 in 1976) and LEGARRETTE BLOUNT (1,021 in 2010).

STELLAR YOUNG QUARTERBACKS FACE OFF IN BUFFALO: The LOS ANGELES CHARGERS and BUFFALO BILLS renew a rivalry that dates back to their AFL roots on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, CBS).

  • Last week, Chargers rookie quarterback JUSTIN HERBERT passed for a career-high 366 yards and three touchdowns with zero interceptions for a 116.5 rating. Meanwhile, Chargers wide receiver KEENAN ALLEN had a career-high 16 receptions for 145 yards and one touchdown.
  • With at least 300 yards passing on Sunday, Herbert can match ANDREW LUCK (six games in 2012) for the most 300-yard passing games by a rookie in NFL history. His five such games this year are tied with JOE BURROW (2020), DANIEL JONES (2019) and KYLER MURRAY (2019) for the second-most in league annals.
  • Herbert has five games with at least three touchdown passes this season, the most by a rookie in NFL history. Herbert, who has 22 touchdown passes this season, is also the first rookie quarterback with at least two touchdown passes in seven consecutive games in NFL history. He can make it eight straight on Sunday.
  • Allen, who leads the NFL with 81 receptions this season, is the fifth player in NFL history with at least 15 catches in two career games, joining ANTONIO BROWNBRANDON MARSHALLWES WELKER and JASON WITTEN. Allen has six career games with at least 13 receptions, surpassing ANTONIO BROWN (five games) and WES WELKER (five) for the most in NFL history.
  • Buffalo is coming off a bye. In the Bills’ Week 10 game at Arizona, quarterback JOSH ALLEN passed for 284 yards with two touchdowns and had a touchdown reception. Allen, who had 20 touchdown passes and nine rushing touchdowns in 2019, has 21 touchdown passes and five rushing touchdowns this season and joins DAK PRESCOTT (2016-18) and DESHAUN WATSON (2018-19) as the only players with at least 20 touchdown passes and five rushing touchdowns in consecutive seasons in NFL history.

BOSTON COMMON: Two of the premier rushing quarterbacks in the NFL face off when the ARIZONA CARDINALS meet the NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS at Gillette Stadium on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, FOX).

  • Arizona’s KYLER MURRAY leads all quarterbacks and ranks second in the NFL with 10 rushing touchdowns, trailing only DALVIN COOK (13). From Weeks 6-10, Murray became the first quarterback in the Super Bowl era and fourth quarterback in NFL history to rush for a touchdown in five consecutive games. Plus, his 10 rushing touchdowns through Week 10 tied JOHNNY LUJACK (1950) for the most by a quarterback in his team's first nine games of a season in league annals.
  • Among quarterbacks this season, New England’s CAM NEWTON ranks second behind Murray with nine rushing touchdowns. Newton has 67 career rushing touchdowns, the most by a quarterback in NFL history. In 2020, Murray and Newton have established a historic pace through 10 games.

The most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in his team’s first 10 games of a season in NFL history:

QUARTERBACK

TEAM

YEAR

RUSH TD

Johnny Lujack

Chicago Bears

1950

10

Kyler Murray

Arizona

2020

10

Cam Newton

New England

2020

9

Cam Newton

Carolina

2011

9

Tobin Rote

Green Bay

1956

9

Kordell Stewart

Pittsburgh

1997

8

Steve Grogan

New England

1976

8

 

  • Arizona wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS leads the NFL with 912 receiving yards this season. Last week, he became the youngest player to reach 700 career receptions and the fifth player in NFL history with 700 receptions in his first eight seasons. Earlier this season, he became the third player in NFL history with at least 800 receiving yards in each of his first eight seasons, joining GARY CLARK and Pro Football Hall of Famer JERRY RICE.

DREAMERS OF THE DAY ARE DANGEROUS MEN: Quarterback RUSSELL WILSON is on the Monday Night Football marquis this week (8:15 PM ET, ESPN) as the SEATTLE SEAHAWKS travel across the country to meet the PHILADELPHIA EAGLES.

  • In Week 11, Wilson earned his 93rd regular-season win as a starting quarterback, surpassing PEYTON MANNING (92) for the most wins by a quarterback in his first nine seasons in NFL history. The victory also moved Wilson past TOM BRADY (101) for the most wins including postseason over a starting quarterback’s first nine seasons in NFL annals. Since entering the NFL as the Seahawks’ third-round selection (75th overall) in the 2012 draft, Wilson is 102-50-1 (.670), including postseason.
  • Wilson, who leads the league with 30 touchdown passes and ranks second in passing yards (2,986) this season, can join PEYTON MANNING as one of two quarterbacks in NFL history with at least 3,000 passing yards and 20-or-more touchdown passes in each of their first nine seasons.

RODGERS NEARS 50,000: Quarterback AARON RODGERS and the GREEN BAY PACKERS are at home on Sunday Night Football against the CHICAGO BEARS (8:20 PM ET, NBC). Rodgers needs 165 passing yards to become the 11th quarterback in NFL history to reach 50,000. He enters the week with 49,835 career passing yards.

  • Green Bay wide receiver DAVANTE ADAMS had seven receptions for 106 yards and one touchdown against Indianapolis in Week 11. Adams is the fourth player in NFL history with at least seven receptions and a touchdown catch in five consecutive games, joining Pro Football Hall of Famer CRIS CARTER (1999), T.J. HOUSHMANDZADEH (2007) and ADAM THIELEN (2018).

RAMS RECEIVERS STANDING OUT: On Monday night in Tampa Bay, teammates COOPER KUPP and ROBERT WOODS helped the LOS ANGELES RAMS to a key NFC victory to close out Week 11. This week, the Rams host the SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS on Sunday (4:05 PM ET, FOX) with an opportunity to improve their conference record to 8-1.

  • Kupp (11 receptions for 145 yards) and Woods (12 receptions for 130 yards and one touchdown) became the first pair of NFL teammates in 10 years, and the fourth pair in NFL history, to each record at least 11 catches and 130-or-more receiving yards in the same game.

The teammates each with at least 11 receptions and 130 receiving yards in a game in NFL history:

TEAM

DATE, OPPONENT

PLAYER

REC

YARDS

PLAYER

REC

YARDS

Los Angeles Rams

11/23/2020, at Tampa Bay

Cooper Kupp

11

145

Robert Woods

12

130

Houston Texans

9/19/2010, vs. Washington

Andre Johnson

12

158

Kevin Walter

11

144

Washington

11/4/1990, at Detroit

Art MonkHOF

13

168

Ricky Sanders

11

132

Dallas

9/15/1985, at Detroit

Doug Cosbie

11

159

Tony Hill

11

181

 

WEEK 12 NFL SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, SUNDAY & MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 29-30

(All times Eastern)

Thursday, Thanksgiving, November 26

Houston Texans at Detroit Lions

12:30 PM

CBS

Washington Football Team at Dallas Cowboys

4:30 PM

FOX

Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

8:20 PM

NBC

Sunday, November 29

Las Vegas Raiders at Atlanta Falcons

1:00 PM

CBS

Los Angeles Chargers at Buffalo Bills

1:00 PM

CBS

New York Giants at Cincinnati Bengals

1:00 PM

FOX

Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts

1:00 PM

CBS

Cleveland Browns at Jacksonville Jaguars

1:00 PM

CBS

Carolina Panthers at Minnesota Vikings

1:00 PM

FOX

Arizona Cardinals at New England Patriots

1:00 PM

FOX

Miami Dolphins at New York Jets

1:00 PM

CBS

New Orleans Saints at Denver Broncos

4:05 PM

FOX

San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams

4:05 PM

FOX

Kansas City Chiefs at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

4:25 PM

CBS

Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers

8:20 PM

NBC

Monday, November 30

Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia Eagles

8:15 PM

ESPN

 

 

Notas de la NFL de la duodécima semana

AGREDECIDOS TODOS POR LOS PARTIDOS CERRADOS Y LOS JUGADORES ELECTRIZANTES, 

LA NFL ESTÁ CADA VEZ MÁS EMOCIONANTE​

La National Football League está agradecida por muchas cosas. Al tope de esa lista están los partidos emocionantes decididos en los últimos minutos y los jugadores con futuros relucientes  haciendo contribuciones significativas en el presente. 

A lo largo de 11 semanas, apenas una otra temporada en la historia de la NFL produjo más partidos definidos por una anotación (ocho puntos o menos) en el último período. Y, a lo largo de 11 semanas, apenas otros dos años anteriores tuvieron más partidos decididos por una anotación.

MÁS PARTIDOS DENTRO DE OCHO PUNTOS EN EL CUARTO PERIODO, A LO LARGO DE 11 SEMANAS, EN LA HISTORIA DE LA NFL

 

MÁS PARTIDOS DECIDIDOS POR OCHO PUNTOS O MENOS, A LO LARGO DE 11 SEMANAS, EN LA HISTORIA DE LA NFL

2016

123

 

2016

96

2020

114

 

2015

89

2013