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STATEMENT FROM NFL COMMISSIONER ROGER GOODELL ON THE PASSING OF MR. McNAIR
During his nearly two decades as an NFL owner, Bob McNair left a lasting mark on his city and our league. His leadership and determination brought the NFL back to Houston, built a magnificent stadium that hosted two Super Bowls, and his beloved Texans are in the midst of another successful season and are again contending for a place in the postseason. Off the field, Bob served with distinction as the chairman ‎of the Finance Committee and was recognized in his native South Carolina, his adopted home of Houston, and elsewhere for his extraordinary philanthropic and community development work.  He cared deeply about the league and was generous with his time and willingness to share his insights as an exceptional businessman.  But above all, Bob was a family man.  I extend my heartfelt condolences to Janice, their family, the Texans, and the entire Houston community.

'Good Morning Football: Weekend' Airs Saturday at 9:00 AM ET & Sunday at 7:00 AM ET​
Los Angeles Rams CB Aqib Talib Joins 'NFL GameDay Morning' In-Studio Sunday at 9:00 AM ET
'NFL GameDay Prime' Sunday at 11:30 PM ET on NFL Network & FOX
Each and every weekend, NFL Network provides more than 17 hours of live coverage beginning Saturday at 9:00 AM ET with a three-hour edition of Good Morning Football: WeekendColleen WolfeMichael RobinsonMike Garafolo and Bart Scott host Good Morning Football: Weekend from NFL Films in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, providing the latest news and analysis from around the NFL.
On Sunday, NFL Network's live coverage kicks off at 7:00 AM ET with a two-hour edition of Good Morning Football: Weekend hosted by Wolfe, Robinson, Garafolo and Steve Smith Sr. from NFL Films.
At 9:00 AM ET, the Emmy-nominated NFL GameDay Morning airs from Los Angeles with host Rich Eisen, Hall of Famers Michael Irvin and Kurt Warner, former head coach Steve Mariucci, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, analytics expert Cynthia Frelund and various NFL Network reporters stationed across the league. This season, NFL GameDay Morning celebrates its 10-year anniversary.
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 ET on NFL Network and 11:30 PM ET/PT and 10:30 PM CT/MT on FOX affiliates, a revamped NFL GameDay Prime airs with Hall of Famers Deion SandersLaDainian Tomlinson and Shannon Sharpe, and host Charissa Thompson recapping the weekend'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 24 on Good Morning Football: Weekend – 9:00 AM ET
Hosts: Colleen Wolfe, Michael Robinson, Bart Scott & Mike Garafolo
  • Tom Pelissero joins from Minneapolis to preview the Green Bay Packers-Minnesota Vikings matchup & Mike Giardi joins from New England with the Patriots
     
  • Good Morning Football: Weekend explains what the Thanksgiving games mean for the home stretch
  • Which 5-5 teams have the most left in the tank and can get in gear for a playoff run?
  • Dave Dameshek explains why the secret to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's dominance in the AFC East may have nothing to do with his play
     
  • Fantast expert Adam Rank has important advice to get you into the playoffs

     
Sunday, November 25 on Good Morning Football: Weekend – 7:00 AM ET
Hosts: Colleen Wolfe, Steve Smith Sr., Michael Robinson & Mike Garafolo
  • Should the Baltimore Ravens stick with quarterback Lamar Jackson for the rest of the season?
     
  • Who is most likely to knock the Kansas City Chiefs out of the top spot of the AFC playoff picture?
  • What problems must the New England Patriots fix before the playoffs?
  • NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport has the latest news from around the league 
  • Reports from Mike Giardi in East Rutherford, Aditi Kinkhabwala in Baltimore, Steve Wyche in Philadelphia, Tiffany Blackmon in Charlotte and Tom Pelissero in Minneapolis

Sunday, November 25 on NFL GameDay Morning – 9:00 AM ET
Los Angeles Rams CB Aqib Talib In-Studio
Host: Rich Eisen
Analysts: Kurt Warner, Michael Irvin & Steve Mariucci
NFL Media Insider: Ian Rapoport
Analytics Expert: Cynthia Frelund
  • Los Angeles Rams cornerback Aqib Talib joins NFL GameDay Morning in-studio
  • Maurice Jones-Drew joins in-studio 
  • Andrea Kremer tells the story of how Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback AJ Bouye's father Steve prepared him for the NFL with tough love after losing his mother at the age of 2
  • Players Only – Maurice Jones-Drew and Aqib Talib join Kurt Warner and Michael Irvin to recap the Kansas City Chiefs-Los Angeles Rams Monday Night Football game
  • Warner's Corner – Kurt Warner looks at the struggles of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in their last games  
  • Mooch's Minute – Steve Mariucci breaks down why Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is having success
  • Game Theory – Cynthia Frelund gives her projections for Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings
  • What is the biggest concern for the New England Patriots?
  • Will the Philadelphia Eagles save their season against the New York Giants?
  • Should the Pittsburgh Steelers be concerned heading to Denver?
  • Which potential Wild Card team is more dangerous: the Seattle Seahawks or Carolina Panthers?
  • Ian Rapoport provides the latest news and reports from the around the NFL
  • Cynthia Frelund gives her lock of the week and her upset picks for Week 12
  • Michael Fabiano provides his fantasy starts and sits for Week 12
  • Live reports 
    • Tiffany Blackmon from Charlotte for Seahawks-Panthers
    • Mike Giardi from East Rutherford for Patriots-Jets
    • Aditi Kinkhabwala from Baltimore for Raiders-Ravens
    • James Palmer from Denver for Steelers-Broncos
    • Tom Pelissero from Minneapolis for Packers-Vikings
    • Steve Wyche from Philadelphia for Giants-Eagles

NFL GameDay Live, NFL GameDay Highlights and NFL GameDay Prime Conclude Sunday Coverage 
At 1:00 PM ETNFL GameDay Live provides in-progress highlights and analysis, as well as live fantasy football updates for all of the 1:00 and 4:00 PM ET games. Hosts Rhett Lewis and Marc Istook are joined by analysts Terrell DavisWill BlackmonRod Woodson and James Jones providing 6.5 hours of coverage. NFL GameDay Live is the ONLY in-progress NFL highlights show on television.
At 7:30 PM ETCole Wright and Chris Rose host NFL GameDay Highlights, providing a recap of the day's action thus far with highlights, postgame press conferences and commentary leading up to kickoff of the Sunday night matchup.
At 11:30 PM ET on NFL Network and FOX, NFL GameDay Prime airs with Hall of Famers Deion SandersLaDainian Tomlinson and Shannon Sharpe, and host Charissa Thompson providing highlights and analysis of the day's games, and perspective on what Sunday's action means heading into the next week.

NFL RedZone Hosted by Scott Hanson
Every Sunday starting at 1:00 PM ETNFL RedZone hosted by Scott Hanson whips around the league, providing all of the touchdowns and exciting action from the day's games. To order NFL RedZone, visit http://www.nfl.com/redzonetv.
DE INTERÉS EN LA DUODÉCIMA SEMANA 
PASADOR NATO. El mariscal de campo de New England TOM BRADY tiene 79,133 yardas aéreas y 576 pases anotadores en los 300 partidos en su carrera, incluyendo postemporada.
Brady, que se enfrenta a los New York Jets (1:00 PM, hora de New York, CBS) el domingo, necesita 147 yardas aéreas y cuatro pases anotadores para superar a PEYTON MANNING (79,279 yardas aéreas y 579 pases anotadores) en la mayor cantidad de yardas aéreas y pases anotadores en la historia de la NFL, incluyendo postemporada.
Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de yardas aéreas y pases anotadores, incluyendo postemporada, en la historia de la NFL:
JUGADOREQUIPO(S)YARDAS AÉREASANOTACIONES AÉREAS
Peyton ManningIndianapolis, Denver79,279579
Tom BradyNew England79,133576

-- 
NFL – 
CONSISTENTES COLTS. Los INDIANAPOLIS COLTS se ubican segundos en la NFL con apenas 10 capturas permitidas esta temporada y lleva sin permitir captura alguna en cinco juego consecutivos.
El domingo contra Miami (4:25 PM, hora de New York, CBS), Indianapolis puede convertirse en el cuarto equipo en no permitir capturas en seis partidos consecutivos dentro de una sola temporada desde 1963, cuando las capturas de equipo se convirtieron en estadística oficial
Los equipos con las mayores cantidades de partidos consecutivos sin permitir captura alguna en una temporada desde 1963:
EQUIPOTEMPORADAPARTIDOS CONSECUTIVOS SIN PERMITIR CAPTURAS
Miami Dolphins198812
Washington Redskins19918
Miami Dolphins19897
   
Indianapolis Colts20185*
*Racha activa
-- NFL –
MAESTROS DE LA CAPTURA. El ala defensiva de Carolina JULIUS PEPPERS registró una captura en la undécima semana y tiene 158.5 capturas durante su carrea de 17 años en la NFL.
Con dos capturas el domingo contra Seattle (1:00 PM, hora de New York, FOX), Peppers superaría al miembro del Salón de la Fama KEVIN GREENE (160 capturas) para la tercera mayor cantidad de capturas desde 1982, cuando la captura individual se convirtió en estadística oficial.
Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de capturas desde 1982:
JUGADOREQUIPOSCAPTURAS EN SU CARRERA 
Bruce Smith^Buffalo, Washington200
Reggie White^Philadelphia, Green Bay, Carolina198
Kevin Green^Los Angeles Rams, Pittsburgh, Carolina, San Francisco160
Julius PeppersCarolina, Chicago, Green Bay158.5
^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
-- NFL –
RIVERS EN MARCHA. El mariscal de campo de los Los Angeles Chargers PHILIP RIVERS iguala el tercer puesto en la AFC con 23 pases anotadores esta temporada y lanzó al menos 25 anotaciones en 10 temporadas consecutivas.
Rivers, que se enfrenta a Arizona el domingo (4:05 PM, hora de New York, FOX), necesita dos pases anotadores para empatar a DREW BREES (11 temporadas consecutivas) en la segunda racha más larga de temporadas con al menos 25 pases anotadores en los anales de la liga.
Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de temporadas consecutivas con al menos 25 pases anotadores en la historia de la NFL:
JUGADOREQUIPO(S)TEMPORADASTEMPORADAS CONSECUTIVAS   
Peyton ManningIndianapolis1998-201013  
Drew BreesNew Orleans2006-1611  
Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers2008-17*10*  
*Racha activa
-- NFL –
ESTRELLA DEL NORTE. El mariscal de campo de Green Bay AARON RODGERS lanzó 26 anotaciones contra ninguna intercepción y un índice de pasador de 115.6 en sus últimos 10 partidos contra equipos de la NFC Norte.
Rodgers, que juega en Minnesota en el clásico de domingo por la noche (8:20 PM, hora de New York, NBC), necesita tres pases anotadores sin intercepción alguna para tener la mayor cantidad de anotaciones consecutivas sin intercepción alguna por un jugador contra cualquier división desde 2002.
Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de anotaciones consecutivas sin intercepción alguna contra cualquier división desde 2002:
JUGADOREQUIPODIVISIÓNTEMPORADASANOTACIONES
Aaron RodgersGreen BayContra equipos de la NFC Norte2013-1528
Drew BreesNew OrleansContra equipos de la NFC Norte2009-1428
Aaron RodgersGreen BayContra equipos de la NFC Norte2016-presente26*
*Racha activa
-- NFL –
ANOTACIÓN BROWN. El receptor de Pittsburgh ANTONIO BROWN iguala el liderazgo de la liga con 11 recepciones anotadoras en 2018 y registró al menos una recepción anotadora en ocho partidos consecutivos.
Con alguna recepción anotadora el domingo en Denver (4:25 PM, hora de New York, CBS), Brown igualaría al miembro del Salón de la Fama LANCE ALWORTH (nueve juegos consecutivos en 1963) y a A.J. GREEN (nueve partidos seguidos en 2012) para la tercera racha más larga de juegos con alguna recepción anotadora dentro de una misma temporada en la historia de la NFL.
Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de partidos consecutivos con alguna recepción anotadora dentro de una sola temporada en la historia de la NFL:
JUGADOREQUIPOTEMPORADAPARTIDOS CONSECUTIVOS  
Jerry Rice^San Francisco198712 
Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch^Los Angeles Rams195110 
A.J. GreenCincinnati20129 
Lance Alworth^San Diego19639 
     
Antonio BrownPittsburgh20188* 
^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
*Racha activa
-- NFL –
TRES PARA THOMAS. El receptor de New Orleans MICHAEL THOMAS se ubica segundo en la NFL en recepciones (82) y tercero en yardas recibiendo (1,042) esta temporada. Thomas tiene 278 recepciones para 3,424 yardas y 22 anotaciones en los 41 partidos durante su carrera de tres años en la NFL.
Un vistazo a las primeras tres temporadas de Michael Thomas en la NFL con New Orleans:
TEMPORADARECEPCIONESYARDAS RECIBIENDOANOTACIONES
2016921,1379
20171041,2455
201882*1,042*8*
Totales2783,42422
*Llegando a la duodécima semana​​
Thomas puede continuar el arranque histórico de su carrera en la NFL en Acción de Gracias contra Atlanta (8:20 PM, hora de New York, NBC):
  • Con 58 yardas recibiendo, Thomas se uniría a ODELL BECKHAM JR. (2014-16) y al miembro del Salón de la Fama RANDY MOSS (1998-2000) como los únicos jugadores en la historia de la liga en registrar al menos 1,100 yardas recibiendo en cada una de sus primeras tres temporadas.
  • Con ocho recepciones, Thomas se uniría a ODELL BECKHAM JR. (2014-16) como los únicos jugadores en los anales de la liga en registrar al menos 90 recepciones en cada una de sus primeras tres temporadas.
     
  • Con 11 recepciones, Thomas superaría a ODELL BECKHAM JR. (288 recepciones) y JARVIS LANDRY (288) para la mayor cantidad de recepciones por un jugador en sus primeras tres temporadas en la historia de la NFL.

     -- NFL –

     MÁGICO MIKE. El receptor de Tampa Bay MIKE EVANS lidera a los Buccaneers con 957 yardas recibiendo esta temporada.

     Evans, que juega contra San Francisco el domingo (1:00 PM, hora de New York, FOX), puede sumarse al miembro del Salón de la Fama RANDY MOSS (seis temporadas consecutivas) ya  A.J. GREEN (cinco temporadas seguidas) como los únicos jugadores en la historia de la NFL con al menos 1,000 yardas recibiendo en cada una de sus primeras cinco temporadas.​

    Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de temporadas consecutivas con al menos 1,000 yardas recibiendo al arrancar sus respectivas carreras

JUGADOR
EQUIPOTEMPORADASTEMPORADAS CONSECUTIVAS CON 1,000 O MÁS YARDAS RECIBIENDO AL ARRANCAR UNA CARRERA 
Randy Moss^Minnesota1998-20036 
A.J. GreenCincinnati2011-155 
     
Mike EvansTampa Bay2014-174* 
^Miembro del Salón de la Fama 
*Tiene 957 yardas recibiendo en su quinto temporada 
New Orleans Quarterback Drew Brees Leads Pro Bowl Voting By Fans

– Rosters to be announced Live on NFL Network’s 
Pro Bowl Special on Tuesday, December 18 at 8:00 PM ET –  
New Orleans Saints quarterback DREW BREES, with 487,400 votes, leads all players in balloting for the 2019 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon. 
Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES (459,325 votes) ranks second overall, while Los Angeles Rams running back TODD GURLEY (402,238 votes), Pittsburgh running back JAMES CONNER (384,643 votes) and New York Giants rookie running back SAQUON BARKLEY (363,609 votes) round out the top five. 
Fan voting for the 2019 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon will continue online and on web-enabled mobile phones at NFL.com/ProBowlVote until Thursday, December 13. 
During the final two weeks of 2019 Pro Bowl voting – November 29-December 13 – 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. 
The 2019 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon, which kicks off at 3:00 PM ET, will be televised live on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, Disney XD and simulcast on ABC – the second time the game will be available on both broadcast and cable networks, and the first time that the game is being televised on Disney XD. 
Tickets to the game are on sale at NFL.com/ProBowlOnSale. New this year, tickets will also grant fans special benefits on gameday, including AFC & NFC seating sections, player red carpet viewing, special kid zone activities and postgame fireworks.
Players for the game 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 who will be selected to the Pro Bowl. NFL players and coaches will cast their votes on Friday, December 14. 
Pro Bowl rosters will be announced on Tuesday, December 18 live on NFL Network’s Pro Bowl special “NFL Total Access: Pro Bowl Players Revealed” at 8:00 PM ET. 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.
NFL PRO BOWL TOP-10 VOTE-GETTERS 

POS.

NAME

TEAM

VOTES

QB

Drew Brees
New Orleans
487,400

QB

Patrick Mahomes
Kansas City
459,325

RB

Todd Gurley
Los Angeles Rams
402,238

RB

James Conner
Pittsburgh
384,643

RB

Saquon Barkley
New York Giants
363,609

WR

Antonio Brown
Pittsburgh
353,169

QB

Jared Goff
Los Angeles Rams
337,765

RB

Alvin Kamara
New Orleans
312,083

RB

Kareem Hunt
Kansas City
293,209

TE

Travis Kelce
Kansas City
283,104​

AFC & NFC LEADING VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION 

POS.

CONF.

NAME, TEAM

VOTES

POS.

CONF.

NAME, TEAM

VOTES


QB

AFC
Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City
459,325

DE

AFC
J.J. Watt, Houston
212,514

QB

NFC
Drew Brees, New Orleans
487,400

DE

NFC
Danielle Hunter, Minnesota
149,946

RB

AFC
James Conner, Pittsburgh
384,643

DT

AFC
Geno Atkins, Cincinnati
132,284

RB

NFC
Todd Gurley, LA Rams
402,238

DT

NFC
Aaron Donald, LA Rams
201,789

FB

AFC
Roosevelt Nix, Pittsburgh
92,592

OLB

AFC
T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh
167,030

FB

NFC
Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco
229,543

OLB

NFC
Khalil Mack, Chicago
178,678

WR

AFC
Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh
353,169

ILB

AFC
Jon Bostic, Pittsburgh
59,201

WR

NFC
Odell Beckham, Jr., NY Giants
278,490

ILB

NFC
Luke Kuechly, Carolina
132,323

TE

AFC
Travis Kelce, Kansas City
283,104

CB

AFC
Denzel Ward, Cleveland
147,901

TE

NFC
Zach Ertz, Philadelphia
266,553

CB

NFC
Patrick Peterson, Arizona
125,114

T

AFC
Alejandro Villanueva, Pittsburgh
125,152

SS

AFC
Jamal Adams, NY Jets
92,765

T

NFC
Terron Armstead, New Orleans
128,234

SS

NFC
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Washington
75,331

G

AFC
David DeCastro, Pittsburgh
157,292

FS

AFC
Derwin James, LA Chargers
57,858

G

NFC
Zack Martin, Dallas
114,083

FS

NFC
Harrison Smith, Minnesota
57,938

C

AFC
Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh
145,261

P

AFC
Britton Colquitt, Cleveland
66,746

C

NFC
Max Unger, New Orleans
125,249

P

NFC
Michael Dickson, Seattle
51,852

K

AFC
Chris Boswell, Pittsburgh
47,581

ST

AFC
Roosevelt Nix, Pittsburgh
63,995

K

NFC
Graham Gano, Carolina
59,923

ST

NFC
Justin Hardee, New Orleans
45,658

RS

AFC
Tyreek Hill, Kansas City
91,964

 





RS

NFC
Tarik Cohen, Chicago
54,362

 





*Totals reflect players currently on active rosters through Tuesday, November 20 at 3:00 PM ET
​ 
For the third consecutive year, Pro Bowl Week festivities will take place at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort and across the Orlando area, bringing free experiences and activities to fans as well as an extraordinary number of events focused on commemorating all levels of football – from youth to high school to the NFL's best. Some of the Pro Bowl Week events include: Pro Bowl Practices, Pro Bowl Skills Showdown, NFL FLAG Championships Powered By USA Football and Play Football Celebrity Flag Game. 
More information about these and all of the events taking place during Pro Bowl Week is available at ProBowl.com.

​WHAT TO LOOK FOR – WEEK 12
TOP PASSER: New England quarterback TOM BRADY has 79,133 passing yards and 576 touchdown passes in 300 career games, including the postseason.
Brady, who faces the New York Jets (1:00 PM ET, CBS) on Sunday, needs 147 passing yards and four touchdown passes to surpass PEYTON MANNING (79,279 passing yards and 579 touchdown passes) for the most passing yards and touchdown passes in NFL history, including the postseason.
The players with the most passing yards and touchdown passes, including the postseason, in NFL history:
PLAYER
TEAM(S)
PASSING YARDS
PASSING TOUCHDOWNS 
Peyton Manning
Indianapolis, Denver
79,279
579
Tom Brady
New England
79,133
576

-- NFL --​
CONSISTENT COLTS: The INDIANAPOLIS COLTS rank second in the NFL with only 10 sacks allowed this season and have not given up a sack in five consecutive games.
On Sunday against Miami (4:25 PM ET, CBS), Indianapolis can become the fourth team to allow zero sacks in six consecutive games within a single season since 1963 when team sacks became an official statistic.  
The teams with the most consecutive games without allowing a sack in a season since 1963:
TEAM
SEASON
CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT ALLOWING A SACK
Miami Dolphins
1988
12
Washington Redskins
1991
8
Miami Dolphins
1989
7



Indianapolis Colts
2018
5*
*Active streak
-- NFL --
SACK MASTERS: Carolina defensive end JULIUS PEPPERS recorded a sack in Week 11 and has 158.5 sacks during his 17-year NFL career.
With two sacks on Sunday against Seattle (1:00 PM ET, FOX), Peppers would surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer KEVIN GREENE (160 sacks) for the third-most sacks since 1982 when the individual sack became an official statistic.
The players with the most sacks since 1982:
PLAYER
TEAMS
CAREER SACKS
Bruce Smith^
Buffalo, Washington
200
Reggie White^
Philadelphia, Green Bay, Carolina
198
Kevin Green^
Los Angeles Rams, Pittsburgh, Carolina, San Francisco
160
Julius Peppers
Carolina, Chicago, Green Bay
158.5
^Pro Football Hall of Famer
-- NFL --
ROLLING RIVERS: Los Angeles Chargers quarterback PHILIP RIVERS ties for third in the AFC with 23 touchdown passes this season and has thrown for at least 25 touchdowns in 10 consecutive seasons.
Rivers, who faces Arizona on Sunday (4:05 PM ET, FOX), needs two touchdown passes to tie DREW BREES (11 consecutive seasons) for the second-longest streak of seasons with at least 25 touchdown passes in league annals.
The players with the most consecutive seasons with at least 25 touchdown passes in NFL history:
PLAYER
TEAM(S)
SEASONS
CONSECUTIVE SEASONS 

Peyton Manning
Indianapolis
1998-2010
13

Drew Brees
New Orleans
2006-16
11

Philip Rivers
Los Angeles Chargers
2008-17*
10*

*Active streak
-- NFL --
NORTH STAR: Green Bay quarterback AARON RODGERS has thrown 26 touchdowns against zero interceptions for a 115.6 passer rating in his past 10 games against the NFC North.
Rodgers, who plays at Minnesota on Sunday Night Football (8:20 PM ET, NBC), needs three touchdown passes without an interception to have the most consecutive touchdowns without an interception by a player against any division since 2002.
The players with the most consecutive touchdowns without an interception against any division since 2002:
PLAYER
TEAM
DIVISION
SEASONS
TOUCHDOWNS 
Aaron Rodgers
Green Bay
vs. NFC North
2013-15
28
Drew Brees
New Orleans
vs. NFC North
2009-14
28
Aaron Rodgers
Green Bay
vs. NFC North
2016-present
26*
*Active streak
-- NFL --
TOUCHDOWN BROWN: Pittsburgh wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN ties for the league-lead with 11 touchdown receptions in 2018 and has recorded at least one touchdown catch in eight consecutive games.
With a touchdown reception on Sunday at Denver (4:25 PM ET, CBS), Brown would tie Pro Football Hall of Famer LANCE ALWORTH (nine consecutive games in 1963) and A.J. GREEN (nine consecutive games in 2012) for the third-longest streak of games with a touchdown catch within a single season in NFL history.
The players with the most consecutive games with a touchdown reception within a single season in NFL history:
PLAYER
TEAM
SEASON
CONSECUTIVE GAMES 

Jerry Rice^
San Francisco
1987
12

Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch^
Los Angeles Rams
1951
10

A.J. Green
Cincinnati
2012
9

Lance Alworth^
San Diego
1963
9






Antonio Brown
Pittsburgh
2018
8*

^Pro Football Hall of Famer
*Active streak
-- NFL --
THREE FOR THOMAS: New Orleans wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS ranks second in the NFL in receptions (82) and third in receiving yards (1,042) this season. Thomas has 278 catches for 3,424 yards and 22 touchdowns in 41 games during his three-year NFL career.
A look at Michael Thomas’ first three NFL seasons with New Orleans:
SEASON
RECEPTIONS
RECEIVING YARDS
TOUCHDOWNS
2016
92
1,137
9
2017
104
1,245
5
2018
82*
1,042*
8*
Totals
278
3,424
22
*Entering Week 12
Thomas can continue the record-setting beginning to his NFL career on Thanksgiving against Atlanta (8:20 PM ET, NBC):
  • With 58 receiving yards, Thomas would join ODELL BECKHAM, JR. (2014-16) and Pro Football Hall of Famer RANDY MOSS (1998-2000) as the only players in league history to record at least 1,100 receiving yards in each of their first three seasons.
  • With eight receptions, Thomas would join ODELL BECKHAM, JR. (2014-16) as the only players in league annals to record at least 90 catches in each of their first three seasons
     
  • With 11 catches, Thomas would surpass ODELL BECKHAM, JR. (288 receptions) and JARVIS LANDRY (288) for the most receptions by a player in his first three seasons in NFL history.
-- NFL --
MAGIC MIKE: Tampa Bay wide receiver MIKE EVANS leads the Buccaneers with 957 receiving yards this season.
Evans, who plays against San Francisco on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, FOX), can join Pro Football Hall of Famer RANDY MOSS (six consecutive seasons) and A.J. GREEN (five consecutive seasons) as the only players in NFL history with at least 1,000 receiving yards in each of their first five seasons.
The players with the most consecutive seasons with at least 1,000 receiving yards to begin their careers:

PLAYER
TEAM
SEASONS
CONSECUTIVE 1,000+ REC. YARD SEASONS TO BEGIN CAREER

Randy Moss^
Minnesota
1998-2003
6

A.J. Green
Cincinnati
2011-15
5






Mike Evans
Tampa Bay
2014-17
4*

^Pro Football Hall of Famer
*Has 957 receiving yards in fifth season


NFL Network's Thanksgiving Day Programming

'Good Morning Football' Airs Live at 7:00 AM ET​
Thanksgiving Day Edition of 'NFL GameDay Morning' Starting at 10:00 AM ET
Live Editions of 'NFL Total Access' at 3:30 PM ET, 7:30 PM ET & 11:30 PM ET
On Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 22, NFL Network provides 9 live hours of programming, beginning at 7:00 AM ET with Good Morning Football. Hosts Kay AdamsNate BurlesonPeter Schrager and Kyle Brandt set the table for the day, previewing Bears-Lions, Redskins-Cowboys and Falcons-Saints.
A special Thanksgiving Day edition of NFL GameDay Morning airs at 10:00 AM ET, with host Rich Eisen, analysts Kurt WarnerMichael Irvin and Steve Mariucci, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Media analytics expert Cynthia Frelund.
Featured on the Thanksgiving edition of NFL GameDay Morning:   
  • Helmets 4 Helmets – Jane Slater tells the story of a young boy who suffers from seizures, and what he and his family – along with the New Orleans Saints and other teams around the league – are doing to help others 
  • Warner's Corner – Kurt Warner examines Washington Redskins quarterback Colt McCoy and Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott
  • Game Theory – Cynthia Frelund provides game predictions for all of the Thanksgiving games, along with fantasy football projections 
  • Mooch's Minute – Steve Mariucci looks at New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas and what makes him one of the best wide receivers in the league
  • Irv's Playmaker – Michael Irvin discusses Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper
  • The NFL GameDay Morning crew give their Super Bowl LIII picks
  • How do the Washington Redskins beat the Dallas Cowboys?
  • How have the Dallas Cowboys turned their season around?
  • Are the Chicago Bears the best team in the NFC North?
  • Are the New Orleans Saints the best team in the NFL?
  • How do the Atlanta Falcons upset the New Orleans Saints?
  • Ian Rapoport joins with the latest news reports from around the league
  • Live reports 
    • Stacey Dales from Detroit for Bears-Lions
    • Jane Slater from Dallas for Redskins-Cowboys
Live editions of NFL Total Access air at 3:30 PM ET7:30 PM ET and 11:30 PM ET.

2018 NFL Playoff Scenarios for Week 12

NFC
LOS ANGELES RAMS (10-1) (Bye)
Los Angeles clinches NFC West division title with: 
  1. SEA loss (at Car.)
Emmy Award-Winning Broadcaster Cris Collinsworth Featured on NFL Network's 'A Football Life'

'Cris Collinsworth: A Football Life' Premieres Friday, November 23 at 8:00 PM ET​
"I'm not going to sugarcoat it…I'm going to tell you what I think, and I think that's the job." – Cris Collinsworth
The eighth season of NFL Network's Emmy-nominated series A Football Life continues Friday, November 23 at 8:00 PM ET with a profile of former NFL wide receiver and 16-time Emmy award-winning broadcaster for NBC Sports Cris Collinsworth. The one-hour show produced by NFL Films features sitdown interviews with Collinsworth, NBC Sports broadcast partner Al Michaels, former NBC Sports president Dick Ebersol, former teammates such as Boomer Esiason and Anthony Munoz, family members and more.
Each episode of A Football Life – as well as all NFL Network programming – can be streamed live through the NFL app and via Watch NFL Network on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4 and Roku). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/watch.
Among the topics discussed in Cris Collinsworth: A Football Life are:
  • Switching from quarterback to wide receiver at the University of Florida after Steve Spurrier's arrival as offensive coordinator 
  • His eight-year career with the Cincinnati Bengals, which included two Super Bowl appearances and retiring as the Bengals' all-time receptions leader
  • Beginning his broadcasting career with HBO Sports and becoming the color commentator for NBC's coverage of Notre Dame football
  • Joining FOX Sports in 1998 and returning to NBC Sports in 2006
  • His job as color analyst for NBC's Sunday Night Football 
Emmy-nominated actor Josh Charles narrates.
Cris Collinsworth: A Football Life includes interviews with the following people and more:
Cris Collinsworth
Holly Collinsworth – Wife
Jac Collinsworth – Son
Austin Collinsworth – Son
Al Michaels – NBC's Sunday Night Football play-by-play announcer
Dick Ebersol – Former NBC Sports president
Fred Gaudelli – NBC's Sunday Night Football producer
Ross Greenburg – Former HBO Sports president
Anthony Munoz – Pro Football Hall of Fame offensive lineman
Boomer Esiason – Cincinnati Bengals teammate
Sam Wyche – Former Cincinnati Bengals head coach
Ken Anderson – Cincinnati Bengals teammate
Provided below are some select quotes from Cris Collinsworth: A Football Life:
"I'm not going to sugarcoat it. I'm not going to give you something just so the coach or the player doesn't get mad at me. I'm going to tell you what I think, and I think that's the job." – Cris Collinsworth
"He outworks everybody else. He's about the best prepared human being I have ever known." – Dick Ebersol
"I can't imagine anybody has a better job than I do. You have to occasionally in life step back and go, 'I am the luckiest guy in the world, this is the greatest job in the world.' I do it more often than not." – Cris Collinsworth 
"Right away I learned it didn't matter how lean, how skinny, the guy is one of the toughest guys I'd ever seen play the game." – Anthony Munoz
"He always had a nice communication way about him on the sideline that was calming. Probably to this day the smartest football player that I've ever played with on the field." – Boomer Esiason
"He understands the game so thoroughly and he's done such an enormous amount of homework. He sees things that I don't think any other analyst does." – Al Michaels 
"Failing at quarterback impacted my entire life. Train as a receiver, good things happen, I have a nice long career, become a broadcaster out of it – it's amazing. Don't be so afraid when life changes." – Cris Collinsworth
"Probably didn't dawn on me at the time that I was arguing anything against Philadelphia. I was arguing the calls that had been greatly frustrating for everybody involved in the NFL." – Cris Collinsworth on the reaction to his Super Bowl LII broadcast 
This year, the 11-episode season of the highly-acclaimed series A Football Life airs Friday at 8:00 PM ET. Provided below is a broadcast schedule of the upcoming episodes of A Football Life:
  • December 7 – Doug Williams
  • December 14 – Thurman Thomas

Encore Presentations of Chiefs-Rams Historic 'Monday Night Football' Game to Air on NFL Network

Full Game Encores on NFL Network This Week – 
TODAY at 1:30 PM ET
TONIGHT at 12:30 AM ET
Wednesday at 8:00 PM ET​
NFL Network will encore last night's historic Monday Night Football matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Rams this week at the following times:
  • TODAY at 1:30 PM ET
     
  • TONIGHT at 12:30 AM ET/9:30 PM PT
     
  • Wednesday, November 21 at 8:00 PM ET
The Rams' 54-51 victory over the Chiefs featured the following:
  • 105 combined points – the third-most in NFL history (113 points – Redskins-Giants in 1966; 106 points – Bengals-Browns in 2004) and the highest-scoring game in Monday Night Football history
     
  • First game in NFL history in which both teams scored 50 points or more
     
  • 14 total touchdowns – tied for the second-most in a game in NFL history
     
  • 1,001 combined yards
     
  • Chiefs-Rams was just the fifth time since in the AFL-NFL merger in 1970 where opposing teams each had one or fewer losses in Week 11 or later 
Notas de la NFL del Día de Acción de Gracias 

Para generaciones de estadounidenses, la tradición del Día de Acción de Gracias y el fútbol americano de la NFL están históricamente ligados.
En Acción de Gracias de 1925, una multitud de 36,000 personas –entonces las más numerosa en la historia del fútbol americano profesional– observaron a los Chicago Bears jugar contra los Chicago Cardinals en lo que fue un empate en cero en un encuentro celebrado en Wrigley Field. En 1934, los Detroit Lions y los campeones mundiales defensores Bears se vieron las caras en Acción de Gracias en lo que fue el primer partido de la NFL transmitido a todo el país a través de NBC radio. Este año, los tres juegos del feriado se celebrarán en estadios con una capacidad combinada superior a 215,000 y serán transmitidos a lo ancho del país y alrededor del mundo.
La jornada del fútbol americano de Día de Acción de Gracias 2018 tendrá un triplete por 13ª temporada consecutiva. Por apenas la segunda vez desde 1970 (2014), el feriado tendrá exclusivamente enfrentamientos divisionales.
El primer partido será una batalla entre rivales de la NFC Norte, ya que los Chicago Bears viajan hasta Detroit para enfrentar a los Lions (12:30 PM, hora de New York, CBS). El juego de la tarde marca el 41º duelo consecutivo en Día de Acción de Gracias celebrado en Dallas, cuando los Cowboys les den la bienvenida a los Washington Redskins en el estadio AT&T (4:30 PM, hora de New York, FOX). El feriado concluye en el Superdomo Mercedes-Benz, donde los Atlanta Falcons se las verán con los New Orleans Saints en el 99º encuentro de temporada regular entre estos rivales de la NFC Sur (8:20 PM, hora de New York, NBC). 
JUEGOTRANSMISIÓNHORA LOCALHORA DE NEW YORK
Chicago Bears (7-3) en Detroit Lions (4-6)CBS12:30 PM, hora de New York12:30 PM
Washington Redskins (6-4) en Dallas Cowboys (5-5)FOX

3:30 PM, hora del centro

4:30 PM
Atlanta Falcons (4-6) en New Orleans Saints (9-1)NBC

7:20 PM, hora del centro​

8:20 PM
Los Lions jugarán su 79º partido en Día de Acción de Gracias, siendo el primero en 1934, mientras que los Cowboys disputarán su 51º desde 1966. Para los Bears y los Redskins serán su 35º y 11º juegos, respectivamente, en el feriado. Para los Falcons será su tercero y para los Saints su segundo compromiso en Acción de Gracias.
Los registros en Día de Acción de Gracias de los equipos que estarán jugando este jueves:
EQUIPOVICTORIASDERROTASEMPATES
Atlanta Falcons110
Chicago Bears17152
Dallas Cowboys30

19

1
Detroit Lions37

39

2
New Orleans Saints1

0

0
Washington Redskins370​
CHICAGO (7-3) en DETROIT (4-6). El duelo del jueves marca el 17º encuentro en Día de Acción de Gracias entre los Bears y los Lions, siendo el primero el 29 de noviembre de 1934. El miembro del Salón de la Fama BRONKO NAGURKSI lanzó un pase anotador de dos yardas a BILL HEWITT para que Chicago asegure un triunfo 19-16 sobre Detroit en el primer encuentro en el feriado entre los dos equipos. En su última presencia en Día de Acción de Gracias, el mariscal de campo de los Lions MATTHEW STAFFORD completó 34 de 45 intentos (el 75.6 por ciento) para 390 yardas, con dos anotaciones, ninguna intercepción y un índice de pasador de 116.0 en la victoria de los Lions 34-17 del 27 de noviembre de 2014.
Chicago está en la cima de la NFC Norte con marca de 7-3 y viene de ganar cuatro juegos consecutivos. El mariscal de campo de los Bears MITCHELL TRUBISKY esta temporada lidera a todos los mariscales de campo de la NFL con 363 yardas por tierra y está promediando 7.1 yardas por acarreo, el más alto promedio en la liga (mínimo de 50 intentos). La defensiva de Chicago, liderada por las ocho capturas y cinco balones sueltos forzados del apoyador KHALIL MACK, lidera la NFL con 18 intercepciones, se ubica primer en la NFC con 16 balones sueltos forzados e iguala el cuarto puesto en la liga con 32 capturas.
Detroit llega a la duodécima semana tras la victoria 20-19 sobre Carolina de la semana pasada. El receptor de los Lions KENNY GOLLADAY tuvo ocho recepciones para 113 yardas, incluyendo la recepción anotadora de 19 yardas que les dio la ventaja con 5:13 por jugarse en el último período, y el corredor novato KERRYON JOHNSON agregó un acarreo anotador en el triunfo. El apoyador JARRAD DAVIS, que lidera al equipo con 63 tacleadas, es uno de los cuatro jugadores de la NFL con al menos 60 tacleadas (63) y cuatro capturas (cuatro) en 2018.
Los Lions ganaron cuatro de sus últimos cinco partidos en Día de Acción de Gracias. En los ocho juegos de su carrera en Acción de Gracias, Stafford tiene 2,469 yardas aéreas (308.6 por partido), la mayor cantidad en el feriado en los anales de la liga, y 17 pases anotadores, la segunda mayor cantidad por un mariscal de campo en Día de Acción de Gracias detrás de solamente TONY ROMO (18 pases anotadores).
Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de yardas aéreas y pases anotadores en sus carreras en Acción de Gracias:
YARDAS AÉREAS
JUGADOREQUIPOPARTIDOSYARDAS AÉREAS
Matthew Stafford*Detroit82,469
Tony RomoDallas102,338
Troy Aikman^Dallas102,174
Danny WhiteDallas101,545
Bart Starr^Green Bay81,345
*Activo
^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
   
PASES ANOTADORES
JUGADOREQUIPOPARTIDOSPASES ANOTADORES
Tony RomoDallas1018
Matthew Stafford*Detroit817
Bobby Layne^Detroit814
Danny WhiteDallas1014
Troy Aikman^Dallas1011
Brett Favre^Green Bay411
*Activo
^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
WASHINGTON (6-4) en DALLAS (5-5). Los Redskins y los Cowboys se encuentran por 118ª ocasión en la serie histórica (incluyendo postemporada), con Dallas ostentando una ventaja de 70-45-2. El jueves marca el noveno encuentro en Día de Acción de Gracias entre los dos equipos, siendo los Cowboys los que encabezan la serie en el feriado 7-1.
El primer encuentro entre los dos equipos en Acción de Gracias fue disputado en el Cotton Bowl el 28 de noviembre de 1968. Los corredores de los Cowboys DON PERKINS CRAIG BAYNHAM  acarrearon cada uno una anotación y el liniero defensivo novato LARRY COLE tuvo una anotación mediante retorno de intercepción de cinco yardas en la victoria de Dallas 29-20.
La semana pasada, el corredor de Washington ADRIAN PETERSON acarreó dos anotaciones y el profundo HA HA CLINTON-DIX empató un pico de carrera con 13 tacleadas, además de registrar un balón suelto forzado en la derrota de los Redskins ante Houston. Peterson tiene 105 acarreos anotadores en su carrera y superó al miembro del Salón de la Fama JOHN RIGGINS (104) para la sexta mayor cantidad de anotaciones terrestres en la historia de la NFL. Los cinco jugadores con más acarreos anotadores en sus carreras están todos exaltados como miembros del Salón de la Fama: EMMITT SMITH (164), LA DAINIAN TOMLINSON (145), MARCUS ALLEN (123), WALTER PAYTON (110) y JIM BROWN(106).
Washington realizará su 11ª aparición en Día de Acción de Gracias y jugará en el feriado por tercera temporada consecutiva. El año pasado, el receptor JAMISON CROWDER tuvo 141 yardas recibiendo con una anotación y el apoyador RYAN KERRIGAN registró dos capturas en la victoria de los Redskins 20-10 sobre los New York Giants.
En la undécima semana, el corredor de Dallas EZEKIEL ELLIOTT totalizó 201 yardas desde la línea de golpeo (122 acarreando, 79 recibiendo) y tuvo un acarreo anotador, mientras que el pateador BRETT MAHER convirtió el gol de campo de 42 yardas que definió el pleito cuando el reloj expiraba en el triunfo de los Cowboys 22-19 sobre Atlanta. Elliott, que tiene 4,540 yardas desde la línea de golpeo y 32 anotaciones en los 35 partidos de su carrera, se unió al miembro del Salón de la Fama ERIC DICKERSON (4,731 yardas desde la línea de golpeo, 38 anotaciones) y a EDGERRIN JAMES (4,842 yardas desde la línea de golpeo, 38 anotaciones) como los únicos jugadores en la historia de la NFL con al menos 4,500 yardas desde la línea de golpeo y 30 anotaciones en los primeros 35 partidos de su carrera en la historia de la NFL.
En el último encuentro en Día de Acción de Gracias entre los equipos, Elliott acarreó 97 yardas y dos anotaciones, el mariscal de campo DAK PRESCOTT lanzó y acarreó sendas anotaciones suyas, y el apoyador SEAN LEE registró 14 tacleadas y un tackle para pérdida de yardas en la victoria de Dallas 31-26 en 2016.
ATLANTA (4-6) en NEW ORLEANS (9-1). Los Falcons y los Saints cierran la acción de fútbol americano de Acción de Gracias con un encuentro entre dos rivales de la NFC Sur. El jueves marca el 100º encuentro total entre los dos equipos (incluyendo postemporada), con Atlanta encabezando la serie 52-47. Los Falcons realizarán su tercera aparición en Acción de Gracias y la primera desde 2007, mientras que los Saints estarán jugando en su segundo juego en el feriado, siendo su única presencia anterior en 2010.
En la tercera semana, el mariscal de campo de New Orleans DREW BREES completó 39 de 49 pases (el 79.6 por ciento) para 396 yardas, con tres anotaciones y ninguna intercepción y acarreó otras dos anotaciones, incluyendo la de siete yardas que empató el marcador con 1:15 por jugarse en el último período y la anotación de una yarda en la prórroga que definió el pleito, en la victoria de los Saints 43-37 en Atlanta. El mariscal de campo de los Falcons MATT RYAN lanzó cinco pases anotadores, incluyendo tres al receptor novato CALVIN RIDLEY, en esa derrota.
Atlanta procura regresar por sus fueros luego de la derrota de la undécima semana ante Dallas. El receptor de los Falcons JULIO JONES tuvo seis recepciones para 118 yardas y una anotación en ese encuentro. Esta temporada Jones lidera la NFL con 1,158 yardas recibiendo y tiene 46 partidos en su carrera con 100 o más yardas recibiendo, la mayor cantidad por un jugador en sus primeras ocho temporadas en la historia de la NFL. Ryan está promediando 330.6 yardas aéreas por juego esta temporada, el guarismo más alto en la NFL, y es el único jugador en la liga promediando 300 o más yardas aéreas y completando al menos el 70 por ciento de sus pases (el 71.1 por ciento).
La semana pasada, Brees lanzó 363 yardas con cuatro anotaciones, ninguna intercepción y un índice de pasador de 153.2 en la victoria de los Saints 48-7 sobre Philadelphia. Brees tiene 23 juegos en su carrera con al menos cuatro pases anotadores y ninguna intercepción, incluyendo dos esta temporada, superando al de New England TOM BRADY (22) para la mayor cantidad de esa clase de desempeños por un mariscal de campo en la historia de la NFL. New Orleans, que ganó nueve partidos consecutivos y está en la cima de la NFC Sur con marca de 9-1, anotó al menos 40 puntos en seis partidos esta temporada, la mayor cantidad por un equipo en sus primeros 10 juegos de una temporada en la historia de la NFL.
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2018 Thanksgiving Day Preview and Capsules
For generations of Americans, the tradition of Thanksgiving Day and NFL football are historically intertwined. 
On Thanksgiving in 1925, a crowd of 36,000 – then the largest in professional football history – watched the Chicago Bears play the Chicago Cardinals to a scoreless tie at Wrigley Field. In 1934, the Detroit Lions and the defending world champion Bears squared off on Thanksgiving in the first NFL game nationally broadcast, with NBC radio on the call. This year, the three holiday games will be played inside stadiums with a combined capacity of over 215,000 and will be aired to millions across the country and around the world.
The 2018 installment of Thanksgiving Day football will feature a tripleheader for the 13th consecutive season. For only the second time since 1970 (2014), the holiday will feature exclusively divisional matchups.
The first game showcases a battle of NFC North rivals as the Chicago Bears travel to Detroit to face the Lions (12:30 PM ET, CBS). The late afternoon game marks the 41st consecutive Thanksgiving Day contest hosted in Dallas as the Cowboys welcome the Washington Redskins to AT&T Stadium (4:30 PM ET, FOX). The holiday concludes at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome as the Atlanta Falcons take on the New Orleans Saints in the 99th regular-season meeting between the NFC South rivals (8:20 PM ET, NBC).  
GAME
NETWORK
LOCAL TIME
EASTERN TIME
Chicago Bears (7-3) at Detroit Lions (4-6)
CBS
12:30 PM ET
12:30 PM
Washington Redskins (6-4) at Dallas Cowboys (5-5)
FOX

3:30 PM CT

4:30 PM
Atlanta Falcons (4-6) at New Orleans Saints (9-1)
NBC

7:20 PM CT

8:20 PM
The Lions will play their 79th Thanksgiving Day game dating back to 1934, while the Cowboys will play in their 51st since 1966. The Bears and Redskins will play in their 35th and 11th games, respectively, on the holiday. The Falcons will play in their third and the Saints will play in their second Thanksgiving game. 
The Thanksgiving Day records of the teams playing this Thursday:
TEAM
WON
LOST
TIED
Atlanta Falcons
1
1
0
Chicago Bears
17
15
2
Dallas Cowboys
30

19

1
Detroit Lions
37

39

2
New Orleans Saints
1

0

0
Washington Redskins
3
7
0
CHICAGO (7-3) at DETROIT (4-6): Thursday’s matchup marks the 17th Thanksgiving Day meeting between the Bears and the Lions, dating back to November 29, 1934. Pro Football Hall of Famer BRONKO NAGURKSI threw a two-yard touchdown pass to BILL HEWITT for Chicago to secure a 19-16 victory over Detroit in the first holiday meeting between the two teams. In their last Thanksgiving Day matchup, Lions quarterback MATTHEW STAFFORD completed 34 of 45 attempts (75.6 percent) for 390 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 116.0 passer rating in the Lions’ 34-17 victory on November 27, 2014.
Chicago sits atop the NFC North with a 7-3 record and has won four consecutive games. Bears quarterback MITCHELL TRUBISKY leads all NFL quarterbacks with 363 rushing yards this season and is averaging 7.1 yards per carry, the highest average in the league (minimum 50 attempts). Chicago’s defense, led by linebacker KHALIL MACK’s eight sacks and five forced fumbles, leads the NFL with 18 interceptions, ranks first in the NFC with 16 forced fumbles and ties for fourth in the league with 32 sacks. 
Detroit enters Week 12 following a 20-19 victory over Carolina last week. Lions wide receiver KENNY GOLLADAY had eight catches for 113 yards, including the go-ahead 19-yard touchdown catch with 5:13 remaining in the fourth quarter, and rookie running back KERRYON JOHNSON added a rushing score in the win. Linebacker JARRAD DAVIS, who leads the team with 63 tackles, is one of four NFL players with at least 60 tackles (63) and four sacks (four) in 2018.
The Lions have won four of its past five Thanksgiving Day games. In eight career games on Thanksgiving, Stafford has 2,469 passing yards (308.6 per game), the most on the holiday in league annals, and 17 touchdown passes, the second-most by a quarterback on Thanksgiving Day behind only TONY ROMO (18 touchdown passes).
The players with the most career passing yards and touchdown passes on Thanksgiving:
PASSING YARDS
PLAYER
TEAM
GAMES
PASSING YARDS
Matthew Stafford*
Detroit
8
2,469
Tony Romo
Dallas
10
2,338
Troy Aikman^
Dallas
10
2,174
Danny White
Dallas
10
1,545
Bart Starr^
Green Bay
8
1,345
*Active
^Pro Football Hall of Famer




TOUCHDOWN PASSES
PLAYER
TEAM
GAMES
TOUCHDOWN PASSES
Tony Romo
Dallas
10
18
Matthew Stafford*
Detroit
8
17
Bobby Layne^
Detroit
8
14
Danny White
Dallas
10
14
Troy Aikman^
Dallas
10
11
Brett Favre^
Green Bay
4
11
*Active
^Pro Football Hall of Famer
WASHINGTON (6-4) at DALLAS (5-5): The Redskins and Cowboys meet for the 118th time in series history (including the postseason), with Dallas holding a 70-45-2 advantage. Thursday marks the ninth Thanksgiving Day meeting between the two teams, with the Cowboys leading the holiday series 7-1. 
​The first meeting between the two teams on Thanksgiving was played at the Cotton Bowl on November 28, 1968. Cowboys running backs DON PERKINS and CRAIG BAYNHAM each rushed for a score and rookie defensive lineman LARRY COLE had a five-yard interception-return touchdown in Dallas’ 29-20 victory.
Last week, Washington running back ADRIAN PETERSON rushed for two touchdowns and safety HA HA CLINTON-DIX tied a career high with 13 tackles and recorded a forced fumble in the Redskins’ loss to Houston. Peterson has 105 career rushing touchdowns and surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer JOHN RIGGINS (104) for the sixth-most rushing touchdowns in NFL history. The five players with more career rushing touchdowns are all enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame: EMMITT SMITH (164), LA DAINIAN TOMLINSON (145), MARCUS ALLEN (123), WALTER PAYTON (110) and JIM BROWN(106). 
Washington will make its 11th appearance on Thanksgiving Day and will play on the holiday for the third-consecutive season. Last year, wide receiver JAMISON CROWDER had 141 receiving yards with a touchdown and linebacker RYAN KERRIGAN recorded two sacks in the Redskins’ 20-10 victory over the New York Giants. 
In Week 11, Dallas running back EZEKIEL ELLIOTT totaled 201 scrimmage yards (122 rushing, 79 receiving) and a rushing touchdown and kicker BRETT MAHER converted the game-winning 42-yard field goal as time expired in the Cowboys’ 22-19 victory over Atlanta. Elliott, who has 4,540 scrimmage yards and 32 touchdowns in 35 career games, joined Pro Football Hall of Famer ERIC DICKERSON (4,731 scrimmage yards, 38 touchdowns) and EDGERRIN JAMES (4,842 scrimmage yards, 38 touchdowns) as the only players in NFL history with at least 4,500 scrimmage yards and 30 touchdowns in their first 35 career games in NFL history.
In the last Thanksgiving Day meeting between the teams, Elliott rushed for 97 yards and two touchdowns, quarterback DAK PRESCOTT both passed and rushed for a touchdown and linebacker SEAN LEE recorded 14 tackles and one tackle for loss in Dallas’ 31-26 victory in 2016.
ATLANTA (4-6) at NEW ORLEANS (9-1): The Falcons and Saints close out an all-day spread of Thanksgiving football with a meeting of two NFC South rivals. Thursday marks the 100th overall meeting between the two teams (including the postseason), with Atlanta leading the series 52-47. The Falcons will make their third appearance on Thanksgiving and first since 2007, while the Saints will be playing in their second game on the holiday with their only previous appearance coming in 2010.
In Week 3, New Orleans quarterback DREW BREES completed 39 of 49 passes (79.6 percent) for 396 yards with three touchdowns and zero interceptions and rushed for two scores, including a game-tying seven-yard touchdown with 1:15 remaining in the fourth quarter and the game-winning one-yard touchdown in overtime, in the Saints’ 43-37 overtime victory at Atlanta. Falcons quarterback MATT RYAN threw five touchdown passes, including three to rookie wide receiver CALVIN RIDLEY, in the loss. 
Atlanta looks to rebound following a Week 11 loss to Dallas. Falcons wide receiver JULIO JONES had six catches for 118 yards and a touchdown last week. Jones leads the NFL with 1,158 receiving yards this season and has 46 career games with 100+ receiving yards, the most by a player in his first eight seasons in NFL history. Ryan is averaging 330.6 passing yards per game this season, the highest mark in the NFL, and is the only player in the league averaging 300+ passing yards and completing at least 70 percent of his passes (71.1 percent).
Last week, Brees threw for 363 yards with four touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 153.2 passer rating in the Saints’ 48-7 victory over Philadelphia. Brees has 23 career games with at least four touchdown passes and zero interceptions, including two this season, surpassing New England's TOM BRADY (22) for the most such games by a quarterback in NFL history. New Orleans, which has won nine consecutive games and sits atop the NFC South with a 9-1 record, has scored at least 40 points in six games this season, the most by a team in its first 10 games of a season in NFL history. 
For the Week 12 Thanksgiving Day capsules, click here.

LA NFL RETORNARÁ A LA CIUDAD DE MÉXICO EN 2019 

La NFL y el Presidente electo de México Andrés Manuel López Obrador confirmaron hoy que el tercer partido del acuerdo existente firmado en 2016 se escenificará en 2019 en el Estadio Azteca.
El anuncio se produjo a raíz de reuniones esta mañana entre el Comisionado Roger Goodell de la NFL y el Presidente electo, y fue confirmado en Ciudad de México por el Primer ejecutivo Emilio Azcárraga de Televisa.
La fecha y horario del partido – que ayudará a enfocar la atención ciudadana en la importancia de la participación deportes juveniles – se establecerá cuando se revele el itinerario de la temporada 2019 en la primavera próxima.

NFL To Return To Mexico City In 2019

NFL TO RE​TURN TO MEXICO CITY IN 2019 
The NFL and Mexico's President-Elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador confirmed today that the third game of the existing agreement signed in 2016 will be played in 2019 at Estadio Azteca. 
The announcement follows meetings this morning between NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and the President-Elect and was confirmed with Televisa Chairman Emilio Azcárraga in Mexico City. 
The date and time of the game – which will help focus attention on the importance of participation in youth sports – will be determined in conjunction with the release of the NFL schedule next spring
NFL To Return To Mexico City In 2019

NFL TO RE​TURN TO MEXICO CITY IN 2019 
The NFL and Mexico's President-Elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador confirmed today that the third game of the existing agreement signed in 2016 will be played in 2019 at Estadio Azteca. 
The announcement follows meetings this morning between NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and the President-Elect and was confirmed with Televisa Chairman Emilio Azcárraga in Mexico City. 
The date and time of the game – which will help focus attention on the importance of participation in youth sports – will be determined in conjunction with the release of the NFL schedule next spring
SEVEN FROM SUNDAY – WEEK 11
A look at seven statistical highlights from games played at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, November 18, the 11th week of the 2018 season.
  • ​Baltimore rookie quarterback LAMAR JACKSON, who was selected with the 32nd overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, made his first-career start on Sunday and is the fifth rookie quarterback selected in the first round of the 2018 Draft to start a game this season, joining Arizona’s JOSH ROSEN, Buffalo’s JOSH ALLEN, Cleveland’s BAKER MAYFIELD and the New York Jets’ SAM DARNOLD

    This is the first season in NFL history in which five rookie quarterbacks selected in the first round of the same NFL Draft have started at least one game.
     
  • New Orleans quarterback DREW BREES completed 22 of 30 passes (73.3 percent) for 363 yards with four touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 153.2 passer rating in the Saints’ 48-7 victory over Philadelphia.

    Brees has 23 career games with at least four touchdown passes and zero interceptions, including two this season, surpassing New England's TOM BRADY(22) for the most such games by a quarterback in NFL history.
     
  • The HOUSTON TEXANS, led by rookie safety JUSTIN REID’s 101-yard interception-return touchdown in the second quarter, defeated Washington, 23-21, at FedExField.
​The Texans are the first team since 1970 to win seven consecutive games immediately following an 0-3 start to a season.
Reid’s 101-yard interception-return touchdown is tied for the second-longest interception-return touchdown by a rookie in NFL history, trailing only PETE BARNUM’s 103-yard return for the Columbus Tigers in the team’s victory over the Canton Bulldogs on September 26, 1926.
Reid is the third player in franchise history with a 100+ yard touchdown, joining ANDRE DAVIS (104-yard kickoff-return touchdown vs. Jacksonville on December 30, 2007) and MARCUS COLEMAN (102-yard interception-return touchdown at Kansas City on September 26, 2004).
  • New York Giants quarterback ELI MANNING completed 17 of 18 passes (94.4 percent) for 231 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 155.8 passer rating and rookie running back SAQUON BARKLEY had 142 rushing yards and three touchdowns (two rushing, one receiving) in the team’s 38-35 victory over Tampa Bay.

    Manning’s 94.4 completion percentage ties Pro Football Hall of Famer FRAN TARKENTON (94.4 percent on November 13, 1977) and CRAIG MORTON (94.4 percent on September 27, 1981) for the third-highest in a single game in NFL history(minimum 15 attempts). Only ALEX SMITH (94.7 percent on October 29, 2012) and RYAN TANNEHILL (94.7 percent on October 25, 2015) have recorded higher completion percentages in a single game (minimum 15 attempts). 

    Barkley has 1,268 scrimmage yards (728 rushing, 540 receiving) and 10 touchdowns (seven rushing, three receiving) in his first 10 career games. Barkley is the sixth player in NFL history to record at least 1,200 scrimmage yards and 10 touchdowns in their first 10 games, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers ERIC DICKERSON and MARSHALL FAULK and EZEKIEL ELLIOTTADRIAN PETERSON and BILLY SIMS
     
  • Indianapolis quarterback ANDREW LUCK completed 23 of 29 passes (79.3 percent) for 297 yards with three touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 143.8 passer rating in the Colts’ 38-10 victory over Tennessee.

    Luck has thrown at least three touchdown passes in seven consecutive games, the third-longest streak in a single season in NFL history. Only TOM BRADY (10 consecutive games in 2007) and PEYTON MANNING (eight consecutive games in 2004) have longer such streaks in a single season. Both Brady and Manning were named Associated Press Most Valuable Players in those seasons.

    Luck has 161 touchdown passes in 80 career games and joined Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO (182 touchdown passes) and AARON RODGERS (160) as the only players in league history with at least 160 touchdown passes in their first 80 career games
     
  • Baltimore rookie quarterback LAMAR JACKSON recorded 267 total yards (150 passing, 117 rushing) in his first-career start and rookie running back GUS EDWARDS rushed for 115 yards and a touchdown in the Ravens’ 24-21 victory over Cincinnati.

    Jackson and Edwards, who each recorded their first-career games with 100+ rushing yards, are the first pair of rookie quarterback and rookie running back teammates to rush for at least 100 yards each in a single game in NFL history

    On the team’s opening drive, Baltimore rushed 11 times without attempting a pass, punctuated by a seven-yard touchdown run by running back ALEX COLLINS. The Ravens became the third team since 1999 to score a touchdown on an opening drive that featured at least 10 rushing plays without a pass attempt, joining the ST. LOUIS RAMS (December 27, 2004 vs. Philadelphia) and the OAKLAND RAIDERS (November 9, 2003 vs. New York Jets).
     
  • Other notable performances from Sunday include:
     
    • Washington running back ADRIAN PETERSON rushed for two touchdowns in the Redskins’ loss to Houston. 

      Peterson has 105 career rushing touchdowns and surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer JOHN RIGGINS (104) for the sixth-most rushing touchdowns in NFL history. The five players with more career rushing touchdowns are all enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame: EMMITT SMITH (164), LA DAINIAN TOMLINSON (145), MARCUS ALLEN (123), WALTER PAYTON (110) and JIM BROWN (106). 

      Peterson has 26 career games with two or more rushing touchdowns, the fourth-most such games in league annals, trailing only Tomlinson (38), Smith (36) and Brown (27). 
       
    • Dallas running back EZEKIEL ELLIOTT had 201 scrimmage yards (122 rushing, 79 receiving) and a rushing touchdown in the Cowboys’ 22-19 victory at Atlanta.

      Elliott, who has 4,540 scrimmage yards and 32 touchdowns in 35 career games, joined Pro Football Hall of Famer ERIC DICKERSON (4,731 scrimmage yards, 38 touchdowns) and EDGERRIN JAMES (4,842 scrimmage yards, 38 touchdowns) as the only players in NFL history with at least 4,500 scrimmage yards and 30 touchdowns in their first 35 career games in NFL history
       
    • Los Angeles Chargers quarterback PHILIP RIVERS passed for 401 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions for a 91.3 passer rating in the Chargers’ loss against Denver.

      Rivers has thrown at least two touchdown passes in each of the Chargers' first 10 games of the season and is the sixth quarterback in league history with two or more touchdown passes in each of his team’s first 10 games to start a season, joining AARON RODGERS (13 consecutive games in 2011), PEYTON MANNING (13 in 2004), Pro Football Hall of Famer JOHNNY UNITAS (12 in 1959), TOM BRADY (10 in 2007) and Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO (10 in 1984). Four of the previous five quarterbacks to accomplish the feat – Brady, Manning, Marino and Rodgers – were named Associated Press Most Valuable Player in those seasons. 
Packers-Seahawks on 'Thursday Night Football' Draws Combined Viewership of 17.5 Million Viewers Across All Platforms

Combined Viewership Across TV and Digital Up +27% vs. 2017 Week 11 'Thursday Night Football' Matchup​
Packers-Seahawks on FOX, NFL Network & FOX Deportes Scores a 10.0 HH Rating and 16.9 Million Nielsen-Measured Viewers – Up +23% and +25% vs. 2017 Week 11 'Thursday Night Football' Game
Average Minute Audience on All Digital Platforms, Including Amazon, Hits 862K – Up +111% vs. 2017 Week 11 'Thursday Night Football' Game
Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light on Thursday, November 15 featuring the Seattle Seahawks' 27-24 win over the Green Bay Packers in Week 11 was seen by an average audience of 17.5 million viewers across all platforms, including FOX, NFL Network, FOX Deportes, NFL digital, FOX Sports digital, Amazon and Yahoo Sports – up +27% versus last year's Week 11 Thursday Night Football matchup between the Tennessee Titans and Pittsburgh Steelers, and up +23% versus the 2017 10-game Thursday Night Football average (TV + digital).
The Nielsen-measured audience was 16.9 million viewers – up +25% versus the 2017 Week 11 Thursday Night Football game (13.5 million) and up +22% versus the 2017 10-game Thursday Night Football average on CBS/NBC and NFL Network (13.8 million). Additionally, Packers-Seahawks averaged a 10.0 HH rating – up +23% versus last year's Titans-Steelers matchup (8.2 HH rating) and +20% versus the 2017 10-game Thursday Night Football average (8.4 HH rating).
Digital streaming across Amazon Prime Video, Twitch, NFL digital platforms, FOX Sports digital platforms and Yahoo Sports produced an average minute audience of 862K – an increase of +111% vs. last year's Week 11 Thursday Night Football matchup between the Titans and Steelers (409K) and +96% vs. the 2017 10-game average (439K).
Amazon Prime Video and Twitch reached a total of 2.4 million combined viewers worldwide for the FOX NFL Thursday pregame show and the Packers-Seahawks game. For the Packers-Seahawks game alone, 2.1 million worldwide viewers initiated a stream on Prime Video or Twitch. The average worldwide audience watching Thursday Night Footballfor at least 30 seconds on Prime Video or Twitch was 608K.
The NFL continues to produce strong viewership numbers this season with games accounting for 29 of the top 30 shows on television since kickoff week.
The 2018 Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light season continues in Week 13 on Thursday, November 29 when quarterback Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints travel to face quarterback Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video. Coverage from Arlington begins at 6:00 PM ET on NFL Network with NFL GameDay Kickoff

DE INTERÉS – UNDÉCIMA SEMANA
KANSAS CITY VS. LA BANDA ILUMINADA. Los KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (9-1) y los LOS ANGELES RAMS (9-1), los dos equipos con mejor porcentaje de triunfos de la liga, estarán enfrentándose en el clásico de lunes por la noche Monday Night Football (8:15 PM, hora de New York, ESPN) en el Coliseo Los Angeles Memorial.
El choque entre Chiefs y Rams marca el quinto partido desde 1970 entre equipos enfrentados donde cada tuvo una o menos derrotas en la undécima semana o más tarde.
Los partidos en los que los equipos rivales tuvieron cada uno una o menos derrotas en la undécima semana o más tarde desde 1970:
FECHAENFRENTAMIENTO
12 de noviembre de 2018Kansas City (9-1) en Los Angeles Rams (9-1)
17 de noviembre de 2013Kansas City (9-0) en Denver (8-1)
29 de noviembre de 2007Green Bay (10-1) en Dallas (10-1)
3 de diciembre de 1990New York Giants (10-1) en San Francisco (10-1)
27 de noviembre de 1977Baltimore Colts (9-1) en Denver (9-1)

A lo largo de los primeros 10 partidos de su equipo en la temporada, el mariscal de campo de los Chiefs PATRICK MAHOMES lidera la NFL con 3,150 yardas aéreas y tiene un índice de pasador de 117.4, mientras que el mariscal de campo de los Rams JARED GOFF se ubica segundo en yardas aéreas (3,134) y tiene un índice de pasador de 113.0.
Mahomes y Goff son dos de los siete mariscales de campo diferentes en la historia de la NFL en tener al menos 3,000 yardas aéreas y un índice de pasador de 110 o más alto a lo largo de los primeros 10 juegos de sus equipos en una temporada. Cada uno de los anteriores cinco mariscales de campo en lograr tal hazaña fue nombrado Jugador más valioso (MVP, por sus siglas en inglés) por Associated Press en esas temporadas, con TOM BRADY conquistando tal hazaña dos veces (2007 y 2017).
Los mariscales de campo con al menos 3,000 yardas aéreas y un índice de pasador de 110 o más alto a lo largo de los primeros 10 partidos de su equipo en una temporada en la historia de la liga:
JUGADOREQUIPOTEMPORADAYARDAS AÉREASINDICE DE PASADOR
Jared GoffLos Angeles Rams20183,134113.0
Patrick MahomesKansas City20183,150117.4
Tom Brady#New England20173,147110.9
Matt Ryan#Atlanta20163,247115.1
Peyton Manning#Denver20133,572118.3
Aaron Rodgers#Green Bay20113,168128.8
Tom Brady#New England20073,059134.0
Dan Marino^#Miami19843,094113.7
^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
#Nombrado Jugador más valioso por Associated Press
-- NFL -- 
GANAR EN WASHINGTON. Los WASHINGTON REDSKINS lideran la NFC Este con marca de 6-3 esta temporada y ganaron 599 partidos de temporada regular desde la inclusión de la franquicia, en 1932.
Con una victoria el domingo contra Houston (1:00 PM, hora de New York, CBS), la de Washington se convertiría en la quinta franquicia en la historia de la liga en registrar 600 victorias de temporada regular, uniéndose a los CHICAGO BEARS (755 triunfos), GREEN BAY PACKERS (741), NEW YORK GIANTS (689) y PITTSBURGH STEELERS (620).
Las franquicias de la NFL con las mayores cantidades de victorias en temporada regular:
EQUIPOTRIUNFOS EN TEMPORADA REGULAR
Chicago Bears755
Green Bay Packers741
New York Giants689
Pittsburgh Steelers620
Washington Redskins599

-- NFL --
80 PARA ANDREW. El mariscal de campo de Indianapolis ANDREW LUCK se ubica segundo en la NFL con 26 pases anotadores esta temporada y lanzó al menos tres anotaciones en cada uno de sus últimos seis partidos, las tercera racha más larga dentro de una sola temporada en la historia de la NFL.
Luck, que tiene 158 pases anotadores en 79 juegos en su carrera, necesita dos pases anotadores el domingo contra Tennessee (1:00 PM, hora de New York, CBS) para unirse al miembro del Salón de la Fama DAN MARINO (182 anotaciones) y AARON RODGERS (160) como los jugadores con al menos 160 pases anotadores en los primeros 80 partidos de su carrera en la historia de la NFL.
Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de pases anotadores en los primeros 80 partidos de su carrera en la historia de la NFL:
JUGADOREQUIPOANOTACIONES AÉREAS
Dan Marino^Miami182
Aaron RodgersGreen Bay160
Andrew LuckIndianapolis158*
^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
*En los 79 partidos de su carrera
-- NFL --
RYAN ESTÁ EN MARCHA. El mariscal de campo de Atlanta MATT RYAN se ubica tercero en la liga con 3,015 yardas aéreas y lanzó al menos 325 yardas en cada uno de sus últimos cuatro partidos.
Con 325 yardas aéreas el domingo contra Dallas (1:00 PM, hora de New York, FOX), Ryan se convertiría en el cuarto mariscal de campo diferente en los anales de la liga con al menos 325 yardas aéreas en cinco partidos consecutivos.
Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de partidos consecutivos con al menos 325 yardas aéreas en la historia de la NFL:
JUGADOREQUIPOTEMPORADAPARTIDOS CONSECUTIVOS 
Rich Gannon#Oakland20026
Drew BreesNew Orleans20115
Kurt Warner^Arizona20085
Kurt Warner^St. Louis20005
    
Matt RyanAtlanta20184*
^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
#Nombrado Jugador más valioso por Associated Press
*Racha activa
-- NFL --
ELÉCTRICOS CHARGERS. El mariscal de campo de los Los Angeles Chargers PHILIP RIVERS iguala el cuarto puesto en la NFL con 21 pases anotadores en 2018, y lanzó al menos dos anotaciones en cada uno de los primeros nueve partidos de los Chargers de la temporada.
Rivers, que juega contra Denver (4:05 PM, hora de New York, CBS), puede convertirse en el sexto mariscal de campo en la historia de la liga en lanzar al menos dos pases anotadores en cada uno de los primeros 10 partidos de su equipo al arrancar una temporada. Cuatro de los cinco mariscales de campo anteriores en lograr tal hazaña fueron nombrados Jugador más valioso Associated Press en esas temporadas.
Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de partidos consecutivos con al menos dos pases anotadores al arrancar una temporada en la historia de la NFL:
JUGADOREQUIPOTEMPORADAPARTIDOS CONSECUTIVOS  
Aaron Rodgers#Green Bay201113 
Peyton Manning#Indianapolis200413 
Johnny Unitas^Baltimore Colts195912 
Tom Brady#New England200710 
Dan Marino^#Miami198410 
     
Philip RiversLos Angeles Chargers20189* 
^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
#Nombrado Jugador más valioso por Associated Press
*Racha activa
El corredor de los Chargers MELVIN GORDON se ubica tercero en la AFC con 1,033 yardas desde la línea de golpeo y registró al menos 120 yardas desde la línea de golpeo y una anotación en cada uno de sus últimos cinco partidos.
Con 120 yardas desde la línea de golpeo y alguna anotación el domingo, Gordon se convertiría en el quinto jugador en los anales de la liga en registrar seis juegos consecutivos con al menos 120 yardas desde la línea de golpeo y una anotación en una misma temporada.
Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de partidos consecutivos con al menos 120 yardas desde la línea de golpeo y alguna anotación en una misma temporada en la historia de la NFL:
JUGADOREQUIPOTEMPORADAPARTIDOS CONSECUTIVOS  
Larry JohnsonKansas City20057 
LaDainian Tomlinson^#San Diego20066 
Fred TaylorJacksonville20006 
Franco Harris^Pittsburgh19726 
     
Melvin GordonLos Angeles Chargers20185* 
^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
#Nombrado Jugador más valioso por Associated Press
*Racha activa
-- NFL --
ELLIOTT ES DE ELITE. El corredor de Dallas EZEKIEL ELLIOTT tiene 4,339 yardas desde la línea de golpeo y 31 anotaciones en los 34 partidos de su carrera.
Elliott, que el domingo en Atlanta (1:00 PM, hora de New York, FOX) jugará el 35º de su carrera, necesita 161 yardas desde la línea de golpeo para unirse al miembro del Salón de la Fama ERIC DICKERSON y a EDGERRIN JAMES como los únicos jugadores en la historia de la NFL con al menos 4,500 yardas desde la línea de golpeo y 30 anotaciones en los primeros 35 partidos de su carrera.
Los jugadores con al menos 4,500 yardas desde la línea de golpeo y 30 anotaciones en los primeros 35 partidos en la historia de la NFL:
JUGADOREQUIPOYARDAS DESDE LA LÍNEA DE GOLPEOANOTACIONES
Edgerrin JamesIndianapolis4,84238
Eric Dickerson^Los Angeles Rams4,73138
    
Ezekiel ElliottDallas4,339*31*
^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
*En los 34 partidos de su carrera
-- NFL --
LUZ, KAMARA, ACCIÓN. El corredor de New Orleans ALVIN KAMARA tiene 1,019 yardas desde la línea de golpeo (546 acarreando, 473 recibiendo) y se ubica segundo en la NFL con 14 anotaciones (11 acarreando, tres recibiendo) esta temporada.
Kamara, que registró 28 anotaciones (19 acarreando, ocho recibiendo y una mediante retorno de patada inicial) en los 25 partidos de su carrera, necesita dos anotaciones el domingo contra Philadelphia (4:25 PM, hora de New York, FOX) para empatar al miembro del Salón de la Fama JIM BROWN (26 partidos) en la cuarta menor cantidad de juegos para alcanzar las 30 anotaciones en su carrera en los anales de la liga.
Los jugadores que alcanzaron las 30 anotaciones en su carrera en las menores cantidades de partidos en la historia de la NFL:
JUGADOREQUIPOPARTIDOS PARA LLEGAR A LAS 30 ANOTACIONES
Gale Sayers^Chicago23
Steve Van Buren^Philadelphia23
Edgerrin JamesIndianapolis25
Jim Brown^Cleveland26
   
Alvin KamaraNew Orleans25*
 ^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
*Tiene 28 anotaciones en su carrera
 
Kamara, que tuvo 826 yardas recibiendo y 728 yardas por tierra como novato la temporada pasada, necesita 27 yardas recibiendo contra los Eagles para convertirse en el cuarto jugador en la historia de la NFL con 500 yardas por tierra y 500 yardas recibiendo en cada una de sus primeras dos temporadas.
Los jugadores con 500 yardas por tierra y 500 yardas recibiendo en cada una de sus primeras dos temporadas en la historia de la NFL: 
JUGADOREQUIPOTEMPORADAYARDAS TERRESTRESYARDAS RECIBIENDO
Edgerrin JamesIndianapolis19991,553586
 Indianapolis20001,709594
     
Herschel WalkerDallas1986737837
 Dallas1987891715
     
Abner HaynesDallas Texans1960875576
 Dallas Texans1961841558
     
Alvin KamaraNew Orleans2017728826
 New Orleans2018546*473*
*Ingresando en la undécima semana
-- NFL --
800 PARA AB. El receptor de Pittsburgh ANTONIO BROWN tiene 790 recepciones para 10,600 yardas y 69 anotaciones en su carrera de nueve años en la NFL.
Con 10 recepciones el domingo en Jacksonville (1:00 PM, hora de New York, CBS), Brown puede convertirse en el tercer jugador en los anales de la liga con al menos 800 recepciones en las primeras nueve temporadas de su carrera, uniéndose al miembro del Salón de la Fama MARVIN HARRISON (845 recepciones) y a TORRY HOLT (805).
Los jugadores con al menos 800 recepciones en las primeras nueve temporadas de sus carreras en la historia de la liga:
JUGADOREQUIPOYARDAS RECIBIENDO EN LAS PRIMERAS OCHO TEMPORADAS
Marvin Harrison^Indianapolis845
Torry HoltSt. Louis805
   
Antonio BrownPittsburgh790*
^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
*En su novena temporada en la NFL




​2018 NFL PLAYOFF SCENARIOS FOR WEEK 11
NFC
LOS ANGELES RAMS (9-1) (vs. Kansas City (9-1), Monday night)
Los Angeles clinches NFC West division title with:
​1) LAR win + SEA loss


Week 13 (December 2) and Week 14 (December 9) Schedule Changes
​WEEK 13 (DECEMBER 2) & WEEK 14 (DECEMBER 9) SCHEDULE CHANGES
The NFL announced today the following schedule changes for Week 13 (December 2) and Week 14 (December 9).
In Week 13 (December 2), the Los Angeles Chargers at Pittsburgh Steelers game originally scheduled for 1:00 PM ET on CBS will move to 8:20 PM ET on NBC. Additionally, the San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks game will move from 8:20 PM ET on NBC to 4:25 PM ET on FOX.
In Week 14 (December 9), the Los Angeles Rams at Chicago Bears game scheduled for 1:00 PM on FOX will move to 8:20 PM ET on NBC. The Pittsburgh Steelers at Oakland Raiders game originally scheduled for 8:20 PM ET on NBC will move to 4:25 PM ET on FOX.
The following is the final Week 13 NFL schedule (all times ET):
Thursday, November 29
New Orleans at Dallas
8:20 PM
FOX/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, December 2
Baltimore at Atlanta
1:00 PM
CBS
Denver at Cincinnati
1:00 PM
CBS
Los Angeles Rams at Detroit
1:00 PM
FOX
Arizona at Green Bay
1:00 PM
FOX
Cleveland at Houston
1:00 PM
CBS
Indianapolis at Jacksonville
1:00 PM
CBS
Buffalo at Miami
1:00 PM
CBS
Chicago at New York Giants
1:00 PM
FOX
Carolina at Tampa Bay
1:00 PM
FOX
Kansas City at Oakland
4:05 PM
CBS
New York Jets at Tennessee
4:05 PM
CBS
Minnesota at New England
4:25 PM
FOX
San Francisco at Seattle
4:25 PM
FOX
Los Angeles Chargers at Pittsburgh
8:20 PM
NBC


Monday, December 3
Washington at Philadelphia
8:15 PM
ESPN

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

Thursday, December 6
Jacksonville at Tennessee
8:20 PM
FOX/NFLN/Amazon
Sunday, December 9
New York Jets at Buffalo
1:00 PM
CBS
Carolina at Cleveland
1:00 PM
FOX
Atlanta at Green Bay
1:00 PM
FOX
Indianapolis at Houston
1:00 PM
CBS
Baltimore at Kansas City
1:00 PM
CBS
New England at Miami
1:00 PM
CBS
New Orleans at Tampa Bay
1:00 PM
FOX
New York Giants at Washington
1:00 PM
FOX
Cincinnati at Los Angeles Chargers
4:05 PM
CBS
Denver at San Francisco
4:05 PM
CBS
Detroit at Arizona
4:25 PM
FOX
Philadelphia at Dallas
4:25 PM
FOX
Pittsburgh at Oakland
4:25 PM
FOX
Los Angeles Rams at Chicago
8:20 PM
NBC

Monday, December 10
Minnesota at Seattle
8:15 PM
ESPN

NFC Playoff Hopefuls Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks Meet on 'Thursday Night Football'

Packers-Seahawks Thursday at 8:20 PM ET on FOX, NFL Network & Amazon Prime Video​
'NFL GameDay Kickoff' Airs at 6:00 PM ET
'FOX NFL Thursday' Airs at 7:30 PM ET From New York City
The 2018 Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light season continues Thursday, November 15 when quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks host quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers at 8:20 PM ET on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video.
Play-by-play announcer Joe Buck and analyst Troy Aikman, along with reporters Erin Andrews and Kristina Pink call the action from CenturyLink Field. Additionally, FOX's NFL Rules expert Mike Pereira joins to give explanations on officiating and rules throughout the game.
At 6:00 PM ET on NFL Network, NFL GameDay Kickoff previews the Packers-Seahawks matchup with host Colleen Wolfe and analysts Michael IrvinSteve Smith Sr. and Steve Mariucci live from outside CenturyLink Field.
At 7:30 PM ET on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video, FOX NFL Thursday with Michael StrahanTerry BradshawHowie Long and Jay Glazer airs live from New York City, providing the final say leading up to Packers-Seahawks.
At halftime on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video, Strahan, Bradshaw and Long break down the first half. Immediately following the game, Bradshaw and Long recap Packers-Seahawks.
Exclusively on NFL Network, Wolfe, Irvin, Smith Sr. and Mariucci host the postgame show from the field at CenturyLink Field and are joined by a star of the game live on-set.
Additional postgame coverage continues at 12 Midnight ET with Scott HansonLindsay RhodesWillie McGinestDavid Carr and Reggie Bush on NFL Total Access.
Tomorrow night's matchup will be televised on FOX, NFL Network and in Spanish on FOX Deportes. Fans can stream the game on FOX Sports and FOX Deportes digital platforms on an authenticated basis across devices, NFL.com and the NFL app on connected TV devices on an authenticated basis, Amazon Prime Video across devices, Twitch on mobile and PC, and the NFL app and Yahoo Sports (along with Yahoo, AOL Sports, AOL, and Tumblr) on phones and tablets on a cross-carrier basis. Learn all of the ways to watch at NFL.com/TNF.
Through Prime Video and Twitch, Amazon will provide viewers in over 200 countries and territories a unique Thursday Night Football viewing experience complete with interactive features that bring fans closer to the game.
FOX Deportes' coverage begins at 7:30 PM ET and continues throughout the entirety of Packers-Seahawks with Rodolfo LanderosJessi Losada, analyst Rolando Cantú and reporter Jaime Motta.
Audio broadcasts of the game are available via Westwood One Sports, SiriusXM and the TuneIn app.
On Friday, November 16 at 8:00 PM ET, NFL Network's A Football Life continues with a profile of former Super Bowl-winning head coach Mike Holmgren. The one-hour show produced by NFL Films features interviews with Holmgren, Joe MontanaSteve YoungBrett Favre and Matt Hasselbeck. For more information, visit http://tinyurl.com/yaggsqj8.


EL PANORAMA DE LA POSTEMPORADA SE ENCIENDE CUANDO LA NFL LLEGA A LA UNDÉCIMA SEMANA
La NFL ingresó en la segunda mitad de la temporada y la emoción va creciendo al tiempo que la carrera por alcanzar la postemporada se tensa.
Diecisiete equipos están actualmente clasificando o bien a un partido de alcanzar la postemporada, incluyendo nueve equipos que en 2017 no pasaron el corte. Desde que el formato de postemporada de 12 equipos comenzó en 1990, al menos cuatro equipos han clasificado a la postemporada sin haberlo logrado el año anterior. Pero un arranque lento no significa que un equipo deba ser descartado. Desde 1990, 27 equipos han clasificado a la postemporada con marca perdedora a lo largo de nueve partidos.
Cinco equipos están actualmente disfrutando de rachas ganadoras de al menos cuatro partidos, liderados por los New Orleans Saints, que ganaron ocho juegos consecutivos. Los Houston Texans y los Los Angeles Chargers han ganado seis partidos consecutivos, mientras que Pittsburgh y Kansas City ganaron cinco y cuatro juegos en línea, respectivamente. Los Texans, que arrancaron la temporada 0-3, son el segundo equipo desde 1970 en ganar seis partidos seguidos inmediatamente después de un inicio 0-3, uniéndose a los New York Giants de 1970.
La semana pasada, 19 de los 28 mariscales de campo titulares de la liga (el 67.9 por ciento) registraron un índice de pasador de 100 o más alto (mínimo de 15 intentos), la mayor cantidad en una sola semana en la historia de la NFL, superando el pico anterior, de 17, establecido en la segunda semana de la temporada 2018. Cuatro mariscales de campo –el de Pittsburgh BEN ROETHLISBERGER (158.3), el de Cleveland BAKER MAYFIELD (151.2), el de New Orleans DREW BREES (150.4) y el de Chicago MITCHELL TRUBISKY (148.6)- registraron un índice de pasador de al menos 145 (mínimo de 20 intentos) en la décima semana. Los cuatro mariscales de campo con índice de pasador de 145 o más (mínimo de 20 intentos) la semana pasada fueron la mayor cantidad en una sola semana en la historia de la NFL, superando el pico anterior, de tres, que sucedió cuatro veces diferentes, siendo la más reciente en la tercera semana de la temporada 2017.
Uno de los más anticipados duelos de la temporada tendrá lugar el lunes en la noche por ESPN, en el clásico Monday Night Football (8:15 PM, hora de New York), cuando los Kansas City Chiefs (9-1) se verán las caras con los Los Angeles Rams (9-1) en el Coliseo Los Angeles Memorial en una batalla de dos de los mejores equipos de la liga. Este es el quinto encuentro entre equipos con una o menos derrotas en la undécima semana, o más tarde, desde 1970, y el primero desde el 17 de noviembre de 2013 (Denver, 8-1; contra Kansas City, 9-0).
El mariscal de campo de los Chiefs PATRICK MAHOMES (3,150 yardas aéreas, índice de pasador de 117.4) y el mariscal de campo de los Rams JARED GOFF (3,134 yardas aéreas, índice de pasador de 113.0) se ubican primero y segundo, respectivamente, en la NFL en yardas aéreas y son dos de apenas ocho mariscales de campo en la historia de la liga con al menos 3,000 yardas aéreas y un índice de pasador de 110 o más en los primeros 10 partidos de su equipo en una temporada. Cada uno de los anteriores seis mariscales de campo en lograr tal hazaña se lazaron con el premio de Jugador más valioso (MVP, por sus siglas en inglés) de Associated Press en sus respectivas temporadas. 
Los que siguen son los destacados del calendario de la undécima semana:​
La undécima semana arranca el jueves por la noche, cuando los Green Bay Packers viajan a Seattle para batallar contra los Seahawks en el estadio CenturyLink Field (8:20 PM, hora de New York, FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime). El corredor de los Packers AARON JONES acarreó 145 yardas en 15 acarreos (9.7 de promedio), incluyendo dos acarreos anotadores, en la victoria de Green Bay 31-12 sobre Miami en la décima semana. Jones es el segundo corredor en la historia de la franquicia en acarrear al menos 140 yardas y dos anotaciones en 15 o menos acarreos, uniéndose a AHMAN GREEN (24 de octubre de 2004 contra Dallas). El mariscal de campo de los Seahawks RUSSELL WILSON lanzó al menos tres pases anotadores y registró un índice de pasador de 120 o más alto en cuatro de sus últimos cinco partidos.
Los Houston Texans y los Washington Redskins se enfrentan en una batalla entre equipos punteros en el FedExField (1:00 PM, hora de New York, CBS). El receptor de los Texans DE ANDRE HOPKINS tuvo 10 recepciones para 105 yardas y una anotación en la victoria de Houston de la novena semana en Denver. Desde 2017, Hopkins tiene cuatro partidos con al menos 10 recepciones, 100 yardas recibiendo y alguna recepción anotadora, la mayor cantidad en la NFL en ese lapso. El el ala defensiva de Houston J.J. WATT iguala el tercer puesto en la liga con nueve capturas esta temporada y es uno de los tres jugadores con al menos ocho capturas y 10 tacleadas para pérdida de yardas (11), uniéndose al de los Rams AARON DONALD (12.5 capturas, 16 tacleadas para pérdida de yardas) y el de los Vikings DANIELLE HUNTER (11.5 capturas, 13 tacleadas para pérdida). Washington, liderado por el ala defensiva MATT IOANNIDIS (7.5 capturas) y por el profundo D.J. SWEARINGER (cuatro intercepciones), están empatados en el segundo puesto de la NFC al permitir 19.4 puntos por partido. 
Los Indianapolis Colts reciben a los Tennessee Titans en el estadio Lucas Oil en un enfrentamiento clave de la AFC Sur (1:00 PM, hora de New York, CBS). El mariscal de campo de los Titans MARCUS MARIOTA lanzó 228 yardas, con dos anotaciones, acarreó 21 yardas, y tuvo una recepción de 21 yardas en el triunfo de Tennessee de la décima semana sobre New England. Mariota se convirtió en tercer mariscal de campo en la historia de la liga con al menos 200 yardas aéreas, 20 yardas por tierra y 20 yardas recibiendo en un mismo partido, uniéndose al de Carolina CAM NEWTON (4 de diciembre de 2011) y al de Chicago JIM MC MAHON (21 de octubre de 1984). El mariscal de campo de Indianapolis ANDREW LUCK lanzó tres pases anotadores en la victoria de los Colts 29-26 contra Jacksonville de la semana pasada y es uno de los tres mariscales de campo en la historia de la NFL en registrar al menos seis partidos consecutivos con tres o más pases anotadores en una sola temporada, uniéndose a TOM BRADY (10 juegos seguidos en 2007) y a PEYTON MANNING (ocho en 2004). Tanto Brady como Manning fueron nombrados Jugador más valioso (MVP, por sus siglas en inglés) de Associated Press en sus respectivas temporadas.
En la tarde del domingo, los Philadelphia Eagles viajan al Superdomo Mercedes-Benz para chocar con los New Orleans Saints (4:25 PM, hora de New York, FOX) en un duelo entre dos equipos presentes en la postemporada de la NFC en 2017. El mariscal de campo de Philadelphia CARSON WENTZ es uno de los dos jugadores de la NFL (junto al de Atlanta MATT RYAN) en promediar al menos 300 yardas aéreas por partido (306.9) a la vez completar al menos el 70 por ciento de su pases (71.0) esta temporada. El mariscal de campo de los Saints DREW BREES lidera la liga con un porcentaje de pases completos de 77.3, índice que está a ritmo de superar la marca de la NFL, de 72.0 por ciento y establecida por Brees la temporada pasada, por 5.3 puntos porcentuales.
​El enfrentamiento de la noche del domingo es una batalla por el primer puesto de la NFC Norte entre los Minnesota Vikings y los Chicago Bears en el Soldier Field (8:20 PM, hora de New York, NBC). El receptor de Minnesota ADAM THIELEN tiene 78 recepciones esta temporada, empatando con el de New Orleans MICHAEL THOMAS (78) para la mayor cantidad en la NFL. Thielen y Thomas, junto con el de Philadelphia ZACH ERTZ (75), se unen a JULIO JONES (80 recepciones en 2015), y al miembro del Salón de la Fama MARVIN HARRISON (75 en 2002) como los únicos jugadores en la historia de la NFL con al menos 75 recepciones en los primeros nueve juegos de su equipo en una temporada. El mariscal de campo de Chicago MITCHELL TRUBISKY registró un índice de pasador de 148.6 en la victoria de los Bears de la décima semana sobre Detroit y es uno de los dos mariscales de campo de la NFL (CAM NEWTON) esta temporada con un índice de pasador de 100 o más (101.6), al menos 300 yardas por tierra (320) y tres acarreos anotadores (tres).
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32 Player Nominees for 2018 Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award Announced
32 PLAYER NOMINEES FOR 
2018 ART ROONEY SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD ANNOUNCED
-- WINNER TO BE REVEALED AT NFL HONORS BEFORE SUPER BOWL LIII --
The 32 player nominees for the fifth annual ART ROONEY SPORTSMANSHIP AWARDhave been finalized, the NFL announced today. Each NFL team nominated one of its players for the award, which recognizes players around the league who exemplify outstanding sportsmanship on the field.
The award was created in 2014 in honor of the late founding owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Pro Football Hall of Famer ART ROONEY, SR.
A panel of former players from the NFL Legends Community will select eight finalists (four in the AFC and four in the NFC) from the 32 nominees. The eight finalists will be listed on the Pro Bowl ballot under the NFL Sportsmanship Award category when players vote on Friday, December 14.
The winner of the NFL Sportsmanship Award is determined by a vote of current NFL players. From the eight finalists, each team’s players will submit a consensus vote of their choice for the winner. As in Pro Bowl voting, a team cannot vote for its own player.
The award is presented each year to an NFL player who best demonstrates the qualities of on-field sportsmanship, including fair play, respect for the game and opponents, and integrity in competition.
​PAST RECIPIENTS OF THE ART ROONEY SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
YEAR
PLAYER
TEAM
2017
LB Luke Kuechly
Carolina Panthers
2016
RB Frank Gore
Indianapolis Colts
2015
CB Charles Woodson
Oakland Raiders
2014
WR Larry Fitzgerald
Arizona Cardinals
The winner selected by the vote of the players will be announced during the nationally televised NFL Honors show on Saturday, February 2 on CBS, the night before Super Bowl LIII. He will receive a $25,000 donation from the NFL Foundation to a charity of his choice. He will also receive a trophy that represents the important role that sportsmanship plays in the game and how NFL players that demonstrate integrity and honor on the field serve as role models for players at all levels.
2018 ART ROONEY SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD NOMINEES
TEAM
NOMINEE
Arizona Cardinals
DT Corey Peters
Atlanta Falcons
C Alex Mack
Baltimore Ravens
S Eric Weddle
Buffalo Bills
DT Kyle Williams
Carolina Panthers
DE Julius Peppers
Chicago Bears
C Cody Whitehair
Cincinnati Bengals
WR A.J. Green
Cleveland Browns
OL Joel Bitonio
Dallas Cowboys
QB Dak Prescott
Denver Broncos
DT Domata Peko
Detroit Lions
LS Don Muhlbach
Green Bay Packers
CB Tramon Williams
Houston Texans
CB Johnathan Joseph
Indianapolis Colts
QB Andrew Luck
Jacksonville Jaguars
DE Calais Campbell
Kansas City Chiefs
WR Sammy Watkins
Los Angeles Chargers
TE Antonio Gates
Los Angeles Rams
RB Todd Gurley
Miami Dolphins
RB Frank Gore
Minnesota Vikings
DE Danielle Hunter
New England Patriots
WR Matthew Slater
New Orleans Saints
QB Drew Brees
New York Giants
TE Rhett Ellison
New York Jets
DL Steve McLendon
Oakland Raiders
QB Derek Carr
Philadelphia Eagles
QB Carson Wentz
Pittsburgh Steelers
G David DeCastro
San Francisco 49ers
T Joe Staley
Seattle Seahawks
WR Tyler Lockett
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
LB Lavonte David
Tennessee Titans
QB Marcus Mariota
Washington Redskins
TE Vernon Davis


PARTIDO CHIEFS-RAMS SE MUDARÁ DE CIUDAD DE MÉXICO A LOS ANGELES DADAS LAS CONDICIONES DEL CAMPO

PARTIDO CHIEFS-RAMS SE MUDARÁ DE CIUDAD DE MÉXICO A LOS ANGELES DADAS LAS CONDICIONES DEL CAMPO
La NFL anunció hoy que el juego del lunes 19 de Noviembre entre Kansas City Chiefs y Los Angeles Rams, originalmente programado para jugarse en el Estadio Azteca en la Ciudad de México, se jugará en Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum en Los Ángeles.
La decisión fue basada tras la determinación después de consultar con la NFLPA y tras una inspección esta tarde entre la NFL, expertos de los equipos, así como expertos locales e independientes, de que el campo del Estadio Azteca no cumple los estándares de la NFL para el juego ni la consistencia necesaria, y los estándares necesarios no podrían ser cumplidos a tiempo para el próximo lunes.
"Hemos trabajado extensamente con nuestros socios en el Estadio Azteca por meses en preparación para este partido", dijo el ejecutivo de la NFL, Mark Waller, Vicepresidente de Internacional. "Hasta hace poco, no teníamos ninguna preocupación mayor, pero la combinación de una temporada de lluvias difícil y una agenda de muchos eventos en el estadio, han ocasionado daño significativo al campo que presenta un riesgo innecesario para la seguridad de los jugadores y lo hace inadecuado para albergar un juego de NFL. Como resultado, hemos determinado que cambiar el juego de sede es la decisión correcta, y una que debemos anunciar ahora para permitir que los equipos y aficionados realicen cambios de planes".
Los detalles dell reembolso sobre los boletos será anunciado en los próximos días.
Todos los equipos de la NFL que ceden un partido de local para jugar internacionalmente requieren tener su estadio disponible por cualquier contingencia, y los Rams estarán anunciando la información sobre los boletos y detalles de logística para el partido de lunes por la noche en el LA Coliseum lo más pronto posible.

PLAYOFF PICTURE HEATS UP AS NFL ENTERS WEEK 11

The NFL has entered the second half of the season and the excitement is building as playoff races tighten.
Seventeen teams are currently in or within one game of playoff position, including nine teams that did not advance to the postseason in 2017. Since the 12-team playoff format began in 1990, at least four teams have qualified for the playoffs in every season that were not in the postseason the year before. But a slow start does not mean a team can be counted out. Since 1990, 27 teams have qualified for the playoffs with a losing record through nine games.
Five teams are currently riding win steaks of at least four games, led by the New Orleans Saints, which have won eight consecutive games. The Houston Texans and Los Angeles Chargers have both won six straight games, while Pittsburgh and Kansas City have won five and four consecutive games, respectively. The Texans, which began the season 0-3, are the second team since 1970 to win six consecutive games immediately following an 0-3 start, joining the 1970 New York Giants.
Last week, 19 of the league’s 28 starting quarterbacks (67.9 percent) recorded a passer rating of 100 or higher (minimum 15 attempts), the most in a single week in NFL history, surpassing the previous high of 17 set in Week 2 of the 2018 season.    Four quarterbacks - Pittsburgh's BEN ROETHLISBERGER(158.3), Cleveland's BAKER MAYFIELD (151.2), New Orleans' DREW BREES (150.4) and Chicago's MITCHELL TRUBISKY (148.6) - recorded a passer rating of at least 145 (minimum 20 attempts) in Week 10. The four quarterbacks with a 145+ passer rating (minimum 20 attempts) last week were the most in a single week in NFL history, surpassing the previous high of three which occurred four different times, most recently in Week 3 of the 2017 season.
One of the season’s most anticipated matchups takes place on ESPN’s Monday Night Football (8:15 PM ET), as the Kansas City Chiefs (9-1) take on the Los Angeles Rams (9-1) at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in a battle of two of the league’s top contenders. This is the fifth meeting between teams with one or fewer losses in Week 11 or later since 1970 and the first since November 17, 2013 (Denver (8-1) vs. Kansas City (9-0))
Chiefs quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES (3,150 passing yards, 117.4 passer rating) and Rams quarterback JARED GOFF (3,134 passing yards, 113.0 passer rating) rank first and second, respectively, in the NFL in passing yards and are two of only eight quarterbacks in league history with at least 3,000 passing yards and a 110+ passer rating in their team’s first 10 games of a season. Each of the previous six quarterbacks to accomplish the feat captured Associated Press Most Valuable Player honors in their respective seasons. 
Below are highlights of the Week 11 schedule:
Week 11 kicks off on Thursday night as the Green Bay Packers travel to Seattle to battle the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field (8:20 PM ET, FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime). Packers running back AARON JONES rushed for 145 yards on 15 carries (9.7 average), including two rushing touchdowns, in Green Bay’s 31-12 victory over Miami in Week 10. Jones is the second running back in franchise history to rush for at least 140 yards and two touchdowns on 15 or fewer carries, joining AHMAN GREEN (October 24, 2004 vs. Dallas). Seahawks quarterback RUSSELL WILSON has thrown at least three touchdown passes and recorded a passer rating of 120 or higher in four of his past five games.
The Houston Texans and Washington Redskins square off in a battle of first-place teams at FedExField (1:00 PM ET, CBS). Texans wide receiver DE ANDRE HOPKINS had 10 catches for 105 yards and a touchdown in Houston’s Week 9 win at Denver. Since 2017, Hopkins has four games with at least 10 catches, 100 receiving yards and a touchdown reception, the most in the NFL over the span. Houston defensive end J.J. WATT ties for third in the league with nine sacks this season and is one of three players with at least eight sacks and 10 tackles for loss (11), joining the Rams’ AARON DONALD (12.5 sacks, 16 tackles for loss) and the Vikings’ DANIELLE HUNTER (11.5 sacks, 13 tackles for loss). Washington, led by defensive end MATT IOANNIDIS (7.5 sacks) and safety D.J. SWEARINGER (four interceptions), is tied for second in the NFC allowing 19.4 points per game. 
The Indianapolis Colts welcome the Tennessee Titans to Lucas Oil Stadium in a key AFC South contest (1:00 PM ET, CBS). Titans quarterback MARCUS MARIOTA passed for 228 yards with two touchdowns, rushed for 21 yards and had a 21-yard reception in Tennessee’s Week 10 win over New England. Mariota became the third quarterback in league history with at least 200 passing yards, 20 rushing yards and 20 receiving yards in a single game, joining Carolina’s CAM NEWTON (December 4, 2011) and Chicago’s JIM MC MAHON (October 21, 1984). Indianapolis quarterback ANDREW LUCK threw three touchdown passes in the Colts’ 29-26 victory against Jacksonville last week and is one of three quarterbacks in NFL history to record at least six consecutive games with three or more touchdown passes in a single season, joining TOM BRADY (10 consecutive games in 2007) and PEYTON MANNING (eight in 2004). Brady and Manning were each named Associated Press Most Valuable Player in those respective seasons.
On Sunday afternoon, the Philadelphia Eagles travel to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome to take on the New Orleans Saints (4:25 PM ET, FOX) in a showdown of 2017 NFC playoff teams. Philadelphia quarterback CARSON WENTZ is one of two players in the NFL (Atlanta’s MATT RYAN) to average at least 300 passing yards per game (306.9) while completing at least 70 percent of his passes (71.0) this season. Saints quarterback DREW BREES leads the league with a 77.3 completion percentage which is on pace to surpass the NFL record of 72.0 percent, which was set by Brees last season, by 5.3 percentage points.
​Sunday’s nightcap is a battle for first place in the NFC North between the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears at Soldier Field (8:20 PM ET, NBC). Minnesota wide receiver ADAM THIELEN has 78 catches this season, tied with New Orleans’ MICHAEL THOMAS (78) for the most in the NFL. Thielen and Thomas, along with Philadelphia’s ZACH ERTZ (75), join JULIO JONES (80 catches in 2015), and Pro Football Hall of Famer MARVIN HARRISON (75 in 2002) as the only players in NFL history with at least 75 catches in their team’s first nine games of a season. Chicago quarterback MITCHELL TRUBISKY recorded a 148.6 passer rating in the Bears’ Week 10 win over Detroit and is one of two NFL quarterbacks (CAM NEWTON) this season with a 100+ passer rating (101.6), at least 300 rushing yards (320) and three rushing touchdowns (three).
NFL WEEK 11 SCHEDULE
THURSDAY, SUNDAY & MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 18-19
(All times eastern)
Bye: Buffalo, Cleveland, Miami, New England, New York Jets, San Francisco
Thursday, November 15
Sunday, November 18 (cont’d)
Green Bay at Seattle, 8:20 PM (FOX/NFLN/Amazon) 
Houston at Washington, 1:00 PM
Oakland at Arizona, 4:05 PM
Sunday, November 18
Denver at Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 PM
Dallas at Atlanta, 1:00 PM
Philadelphia at New Orleans, 4:25 PM
Cincinnati at Baltimore, 1:00 PM
Minnesota at Chicago, 8:20 PM (NBC)
Carolina at Detroit, 1:00 PM

Tennessee at Indianapolis, 1:00 PM
Monday, November 19
Pittsburgh at Jacksonville, 1:00 PM
Kansas City at Los Angeles Rams, 8:15 PM (ESPN)
Tampa Bay at New York Giants, 1:00 PM


Chiefs-Rams Game To Move From Mexico City to Los Angeles Due to Field Conditions
​CHIEFS-RAMS GAME TO MOVE FROM MEXICO CITY TO LOS ANGELES DUE TO FIELD CONDITIONS
The NFL announced today that it will move the Monday, November 19, Kansas City Chiefs-Los Angeles Rams game originally scheduled for Estadio Azteca in Mexico City to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles.
The decision is based on the determination – in consultation with the NFLPA and following a meeting and field inspection this afternoon by NFL and club field experts as well as local and independent outside experts – that the playing field at Estadio Azteca does not meet NFL standards for playability and consistency and will not meet those standards by next Monday.
"We have worked extensively with our partners at Estadio Azteca for months in preparation for this game," said NFL Executive Vice President of International Mark Waller.  "Until very recently, we had no major concerns. But, the combination of a difficult rainy season and a heavy multi-event calendar of events at the stadium, have resulted in significant damage to the field that presents unnecessary risks to player safety and makes it unsuitable to host an NFL game. As a result, we have determined that moving the game is the right decision, and one that we needed to announce now in order to allow our teams and fans to make alternate arrangements."
Details on ticket reimbursement procedures will be announced in the days ahead.
All NFL teams that forgo a home game to play internationally are required to keep their home stadium available as a contingency, and the Rams will be announcing ticket information and other logistical details for Monday night's game at the LA Coliseum as soon as possible.

Former Super Bowl-Winning Head Coach Mike Holmgren Profiled on 'A Football Life'

'Mike Holmgren: A Football Life' Premieres Friday, November 16 at 8:00 PM ET​
"I know without a hint of doubt that I would not be here if it were not for him." – Brett Favre
The eighth season of NFL Network's Emmy-nominated series A Football Life continues Friday, November 16 at 8:00 PM ET with a profile of former Super Bowl-winning head coach Mike Holmgren. The one-hour show produced by NFL Films features sitdown interviews with Holmgren, as well as the four quarterbacks who played as instrumental a part in his career as he played in theirs: Joe MontanaSteve YoungBrett Favre and Matt Hasselbeck.
Each episode of A Football Life – as well as all NFL Network programming – can be streamed live through the NFL app and via Watch NFL Network on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4 and Roku). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/watch.
Among the topics discussed in Mike Holmgren: A Football Life are:
  • Playing quarterback in high school but not being able to start a game while at USC
  • Joining the San Francisco 49ers in 1986 as quarterbacks coach
  • The role he played in Joe Montana remaining as the 49ers' starting quarterback during the 1988 Super Bowl-winning season
  • The relationship he formed with Steve Young at BYU and with the 49ers
  • Becoming the head coach of the Green Bay Packers in 1992 and his relationship with Brett Favre
  • Leading the Seattle Seahawks to a Super Bowl appearance and working with quarterback Matt Hasselbeck
Emmy-nominated actor Josh Charles narrates.
Mike Holmgren: A Football Life includes interviews with the following people and more:
Mike Holmgren
Kathy Holmgren – Wife
Joe Montana – Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback
Steve Young – Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback
Brett Favre – Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback
Matt Hasselbeck – Former NFL quarterback, 1998-2015 
Provided below are some select quotes from Mike Holmgren: A Football Life:
"The guys I had the good fortune of being around were special. It was the position I played – I know I didn't get to play as long as I would like to play – and it gave me a chance to stay at that position and watch them do those things that I wanted to do at one time and never did. I was very fortunate." – Mike Holmgren 
"For me personally, Mike Holmgren made all of the difference. Who he was as a coach, as a teacher." – Matt Hasselbeck
"I know without a hint of doubt that I would not be here if it were not for him." – Brett Favre
"Joe Montana gave me the freedom early on by what he said to me: 'Coach me hard.' And if Joe Montana can tell me that, you have to do that with everybody." – Mike Holmgren
"There are certain things he demanded you to study. He was a perfectionist at the position. That's what made a difference in him is he wanted it to be perfect and he wanted you to be perfect." – Joe Montana 
"Mike for me was perfect. It was a great relationship, somebody to push me and I think that's probably why it worked so well." – Steve Young 
"I was so naïve…I thought we would be together forever. I felt like I was really good but I also felt like I was really good for a reason, and that was because of coaching." – Brett Favre
"When you're a coach, you're a teacher. The good coaches are teachers. It didn't matter what I knew or the assistant coach. I would tell [the assistant coaches] it doesn't matter if you're the smartest guy in the room, you have to teach him to do it. I never left teaching. That's what you do as a coach." – Mike Holmgren
This year, the 11-episode season of the highly-acclaimed series A Football Life airs Friday at 8:00 PM ET. The next episode of A Football Life features former NFL wide receiver and current NBC Sports analyst Cris Collinsworth on Friday, November 23.

ABOUT NFL MEDIA
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2019 PRO BOWL VOTING BEGINS​

ROSTERS TO BE ANNOUNCED LIVE ON NFL NETWORK’S
PRO BOWL SPECIAL ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18 AT 8:00 PM ET

TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT NFL.com/ProBowlOnSale

Fans may now vote to send their favorite players to the 2019 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon on Sunday, January 27, 2019 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. For the second consecutive year, the voting window will run for four weeks, beginning today and concluding on Thursday, December 13. Voting is available online and on web-enabled mobile phones by going to NFL.com/ProBowlVote.

During the final two weeks of 2019 Pro Bowl voting – November 29-December 13 – 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.

The 2019 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon, which kicks off at 3:00 PM ET, will be televised live on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, Disney XD and simulcast on ABC – the second time the game will be available on both broadcast and cable networks, and the first time that the game is being televised on Disney XD

Tickets to the game are on sale at NFL.com/ProBowlOnSaleNew this year, tickets will also grant fans special benefits on gameday, including AFC & NFC seating sections, player red carpet viewing, special kid zone activities and postgame fireworks. The NFL FLAG 13-14 Boys Championships will be played pregame.

Players for the game 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 who will be selected to the Pro Bowl. NFL players and coaches will cast their votes on Friday, December 14.

Pro Bowl rosters will be announced on Tuesday, December 18 live on NFL Network’s Pro Bowl special “NFL Total Access: Pro Bowl Players Revealed” at 8:00 PM ET. 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 2019 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon will feature the traditional AFC vs. NFC game format. The following is a breakdown of positions and the corresponding numbers of players who will be selected (88 total):

OFFENSE
DEFENSE
SPECIAL TEAMS
Wide Receivers (8)
Defensive Ends (6)
Punters (2)
Tight Ends (4)
Interior Linemen (6)
Placekickers (2)
Tackles (6)
Outside Linebackers (6)
Return Specialists (2)
Guards (6)
Inside/Middle Linebackers (4)
Special Teamers (2)
Centers (4)
Cornerbacks (8)
Need Players (2-Coach’s Choice)
Quarterbacks (6)
Safeties (6)

Running Backs (6)


Fullbacks (2)



For the third consecutive year, Pro Bowl Week festivities will take place at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort and across the Orlando area, bringing free experiences and activities to fans as well as an extraordinary number of events focused on commemorating all levels of football – from youth to high school to the NFL's best. Some of the Pro Bowl Week events include: Pro Bowl Practices, Pro Bowl Skills Showdown, NFL FLAG Championships Powered By USA Football and Play Football Celebrity Flag Game.
More information about these and all of the events taking place during Pro Bowl Week is available at ProBowl.com.
The Pro Bowl is an all-inclusive event for fans on gameday. Working with KultureCity, Camping World Stadium's sensory-inclusive partner, the NFL will offer families who attend the 2019 Pro Bowl with support, including sensory accessibility resources and two dedicated sensory rooms located in the stadium on gameday to enable them to enjoy the game with more confidence and comfort.


THURSDAY NIGHT PREVIEW:
GREEN BAY PACKERS AT SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
November 15, 2018 
Week 11 kicks off on Thursday, November 15 (8:20 PM ET, FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime) with the Green Bay Packers travelling to Seattle to take on the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. Thursday marks the 22nd meeting between the teams (including the playoffs), with Green Bay leading the all-time series, 13-8. In their last game, Packers quarterback AARON RODGERS passed for 311 yards and a touchdown in Green Bay’s 17-9 home win on September 10, 2017. 
In Week 10, Packers running back AARON JONES recorded a career-high 172 scrimmage yards (145 rushing, 27 receiving) and two rushing touchdowns in the team’s 31-12 victory against Miami. Rodgers connected with wide receiver DAVANTE ADAMS, who leads the NFC with nine touchdown catches this season, for two scores in the contest and linebacker BLAKE MARTINEZ, whose 221 tackles since 2017 are the most by any player in the NFL, led the team with nine tackles. 
Last week, Seattle quarterback RUSSELL WILSON threw three touchdown passes and no interceptions for a 123.2 passer rating and added 92 rushing yards while rookie running back RASHAAD PENNY, the Seahawks’ 2018 first-round pick, rushed for a career-high 108 yards and his first-career touchdown in the Seahawks’ loss at the Los Angeles Rams. The Seahawks are the only team in the NFL to have three different players rush for at least 100 yards in a game this season: Penny, running back CHRIS CARSON and running back MIKE DAVIS. Seattle linebacker BOBBY WAGNER, who led the team with 13 tackles in Week 10, has 365 tackles since 2016, the most in the league over that span. 


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 11, the 10th week of the 2018 season. 
  • Four quarterbacks – Pittsburgh’s BEN ROETHLISBERGER (158.3), Cleveland’s BAKER MAYFIELD (151.2), New Orleans’ DREW BREES (150.4) and Chicago’s MITCHELL TRUBISKY (148.6) – have recorded a passer rating of at least 145 (minimum 20 attempts) through Sunday afternoon.
    The four quarterbacks with a 145+ passer rating (minimum 20 attempts) in Week 10 are the most in a single week in NFL history
    , surpassing the previous high of three which occurred four different times, most recently in Week 3 of the 2017 season.
  • The NEW ORLEANS SAINTS defeated Cincinnati, 51-14, at Paul Brown Stadium, marking the team’s eighth consecutive win. The Saints have scored at least 40 points in five games this season and joined the 2013 Denver Broncos and 2000 St. Louis Rams as the only teams in NFL history to score 40 or more points in five of its first nine games of a season.
    Saints quarterback DREW BREES completed 22 of 25 (88 percent) for 265 yards with three touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 150.4 passer rating and added a rushing touchdown in the win. Brees, who has 509 career touchdown passes, surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer BRETT FAVRE (508) for the second-most passing touchdowns in league annals. Only PEYTON MANNING (539) has more career touchdown passes. 

    New Orleans running back ALVIN KAMARA had 102 scrimmage yards (56 rushing, 46 receiving) and two rushing touchdowns in the Saints’ win. Kamara, who played in his 25th career game on Sunday, recorded his ninth game with at least two touchdowns since entering the league in 2017. Only Pro Football Hall of Famers CURTIS MARTIN (10) and STEVE VAN BUREN (10) and EDGERRIN JAMES (10) have more multi-touchdown games in their first 25 career games in league history.

    Saints wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS had eight catches for 70 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday. Thomas has 274 catches in 40 career games and surpassed ODELL BECKHAM, JR. (266) for the most receptions by a player in his first 40 career games in NFL history

    Thomas (78) is tied with Minnesota’s ADAM THIELEN (78) for the league lead in catches this season. Thomas and Thielen joined JULIO JONES (80 catches in 2015) and Pro Football Hall of Famer MARVIN HARRISON (75 in 2002) as the only players in NFL history with at least 75 catches in their team’s first nine games of a season.​
  • Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES completed 21 of 28 passes (75 percent) for 249 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 125.4 passer rating in the Chiefs’ 26-14 victory over Arizona.
    Mahomes, who leads the NFL with 31 touchdown passes this season, surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer LEN DAWSON (30 touchdown passes in 1964) for the most touchdown passes in a single season in franchise history.
     
  • Indianapolis quarterback ANDREW LUCK completed 21 of 29 passes (72.4 percent) for 285 yards with three touchdowns and one interception for a 123.5 passer rating in the Colts’ 29-26 victory against Jacksonville.
    Luck has thrown at least three touchdown passes in each of his past six games and is one of three quarterbacks in NFL history to record at least six consecutive games with three or more touchdown passes in a single season, joining TOM BRADY (10 consecutive games in 2007) and PEYTON MANNING (eight in 2004). Brady and Manning were each named Associated Press Most Valuable Player in those respective seasons. 

    Colts tight end ERIC EBRON had three catches for 69 yards and two touchdowns and added a rushing touchdown in the victory. Ebron joined New England’s ROB GRONKOWSKI (two receiving, one rushing on December 4, 2011 vs. Indianapolis) as the only tight ends in NFL history to record at least two touchdown catches and one rushing touchdown in a single game.
  • Cleveland rookie quarterback BAKER MAYFIELD threw three touchdown passes and rookie running back NICK CHUBB had 209 scrimmage yards (176 rushing, 33 receiving) with two touchdowns (one rushing, one receiving) in the Browns’ 28-16 win over Atlanta.
    Mayfield completed 17 of 20 passes (85 percent), including his first 13 pass attempts of the game, for 216 yards with three touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 151.2 passer rating in the win. Mayfield is the first rookie quarterback in NFL history to record a passer rating of at least 150 on 20 or more pass attempts in a single game.

    Chubb scored on a 92-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, the longest rushing touchdown in franchise history and the second-longest touchdown run by a rookie in NFL history. Only the Steelers’ BOBBY GAGE (97 yards in 1949) has a longer touchdown run as a rookie.
     
  • Buffalo running back LE SEAN MC COY rushed for 113 yards and two touchdowns in the Bills’ 41-10 victory at the New York Jets​.
    McCoy has 10 career games with at least 100 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns, 
    joining ADRIAN PETERSON (17) as the only active players with at least 10 such games.
    Bills quarterback MATT BARKLEY passed for 232 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 117.4 passer rating in his Buffalo debut.
    Barkley’s 117.4 passer rating is the second-highest by a Bills quarterback making his team debut behind only Pro Football Hall of Famer JIM KELLY’s 119.8 rating on September 7, 1986 (minimum 20 attempts).

  • Other notable performances from Sunday include:  
    • Arizona wide receiver LARRY FITZGERALD had six catches for 50 yards in the Cardinals’ Week 10 loss at Kansas City.
      Fitzgerald has 15,952 career receiving yards and surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer TERRELL OWENS (15,934) for the second-most receiving yards in NFL history. Only Pro Football Hall of Famer JERRY RICE (22,895) has more career receiving yards.
       
  • New England q​uarterback TOM BRADY passed for 254 yards in the Patriots’ loss at Tennessee.
    Brady appeared in his 300th career game (including the postseason), joining Pro Football Hall of Famer BRETT FAVRE (326) as the only quarterbacks in league annals to appear in 300 career games. 
  • Los Angeles Rams running back TODD GURLEY had 160 scrimmage yards (120 rushing, 40 receiving) and a rushing touchdown in the Rams’ 36-31 win against Seattle.
    Gurley has scored at least one touchdown in each of the Rams’ first 10 games this season and joins Pro Football Hall of Famers O.J. SIMPSON (14 games in 1975), LENNY MOORE (14 in 1964) and ELROY “CRAZY LEGS” HIRSCH (10 in 1951) as the only players in league annals to score a touchdown in each of their team’s first 10 games of a season.
     
  • Atlanta wide receiver JULIO JONES had seven receptions for 107 yards and a touchdown in the Falcons’ loss at Cleveland. 
    Jones, who has 10,094 career receiving yards, reached 10,000 receiving yards in his 104th career game, surpassing CALVIN JOHNSON (115) for the fewest games in NFL history to reach the milestone.

    Jones has 45 career games with at least 100 receiving yards, tied with Pro Football Hall of Famer RANDY MOSS (45) for the most such games by a player in his first eight career seasons.

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    Good Morning Football: Weekend' Airs Saturday at 9:00 AM ET & Sunday at 7:00 AM ET​
    Denver Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders Joins 'NFL GameDay Morning' In-Studio Sunday at 9:00 AM ET
    'NFL GameDay Prime' Sunday at 11:30 PM ET on NFL Network & FOX
    Each and every weekend, NFL Network provides more than 17 hours of live coverage beginning Saturday at 9:00 AM ET with a three-hour edition of Good Morning Football: WeekendColleen WolfeMichael RobinsonReggie Bush and Mike Garafolo host Good Morning Football: Weekend from NFL Films in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, providing the latest news and analysis from around the NFL.
    On Sunday, NFL Network's live coverage kicks off at 7:00 AM ET with a two-hour edition of Good Morning Football: Weekend hosted by Wolfe, Robinson, Garafolo and Steve Smith Sr. from NFL Films.
    At 9:00 AM ET, the Emmy-nominated NFL GameDay Morning airs from Los Angeles with host Rich Eisen, Hall of Famers Michael Irvin and Kurt Warner, former head coach Steve Mariucci, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, analytics expert Cynthia Frelund and various NFL Network reporters stationed across the league. This season, NFL GameDay Morning celebrates its 10-year anniversary.
    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 ET on NFL Network and 11:30 PM ET/PT and 10:30 PM CT/MT on FOX affiliates, a revamped NFL GameDay Prime airs with Hall of Famers Deion SandersLaDainian Tomlinson and Shannon Sharpe, and host Charissa Thompson recapping the weekend'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 10 on Good Morning Football: Weekend – 9:00 AM ET
    Hosts: Colleen Wolfe, Michael Robinson, Reggie Bush & Mike Garafolo
    • Jane Slater joins live from Philadelphia ahead of the Sunday night game between the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles
       
    • Reports from Tiffany BlackmonMike GiardiStacey Dales and Steve Wyche to preview Week 10
    • Good Morning Football: Weekend discusses the latest regarding running back Le'Veon Bell and what it means for the Pittsburgh Steelers on the field moving forward
    • Who has the upper hand in the wide-open NFC North?
       
    • Michael Robinson answers viewer questions in the #RealMikeRobReport
    • Dave Dameshek tells us what happens in the second half of the season in this week's "Reality Shek"
       
    • Fantast expert Adam Rank has important advice to help you set your lineup and make that season-saving trade

    Sunday, November 11 on Good Morning Football: Weekend – 7:00 AM ET
    Hosts: Colleen Wolfe, Steve Smith Sr., Michael Robinson & Mike Garafolo
    • Who is the team to beat in the AFC?
    • NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport has the latest news from around the league 
    • Reports from Mike Giardi in Nashville, Kimberly Jones in Cincinnati, Stacey Dales in Chicago, Tiffany Blackmon in Cleveland, James Palmer in Kansas City and Jane Slater in Philadelphia

    Sunday, November 11 on NFL GameDay Morning – 9:00 AM ET
    Denver Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders In-Studio
    Host: Rich Eisen
    Analysts: Kurt Warner, Michael Irvin & Steve Mariucci
    NFL Media Insider: Ian Rapoport
    Analytics Expert: Cynthia Frelund
    • Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders joins NFL GameDay Morning in-studio, along with troops from Fort Irwin for Salute to Service
    • Mark Kriegel discusses the brilliance of New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees
    • Michael Irvin and Steve Mariucci travel to Fort Irwin to train with the troops stationed there
    • Impact & Influence – NFL Network's new multi-part series Impact & Influencefeatures Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Golden Tate and the work his foundation, the Golden Future Foundation, does for veterans 
    • Players Only – Willie McGinest and Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders join Kurt Warner and Michael Irvin to discuss their favorite touchdown celebrations of all time 
    • Warner's Corner – Kurt Warner shows what Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes does as well as any quarterback in the league: the run-pass option 
    • Receiving Attention – Steve Smith Sr. and Michael Irvin debate who will have a bigger impact on Sunday: Amari Cooper or Golden Tate?
    • Mooch's Minute – Steve Mariucci examines wide receiver Josh Gordon's impact on the New England Patriots offense
    • Game Theory – Cynthia Frelund breaks down the Seattle Seahawks-Los Angeles Rams matchup
    • How do the Dallas Cowboys beat the Philadelphia Eagles and save their season?
    • Who is the midseason MVP, and which is the best team in the NFL?
    • Will the Tennessee Titans be able to slow down the New England Patriots' offense?
    • Ian Rapoport provides the latest news and reports from the around the NFL
    • Cynthia Frelund gives her lock of the week and her upset picks for Week 10
    • Michael Fabiano provides his fantasy starts and sits for Week 10
    • Live reports 
      • Tiffany Blackmon from Cleveland for Falcons-Browns
      • Stacey Dales from Chicago for Lions-Bears
      • Mike Giardi from Nashville for Patriots-Titans
      • Kimberly Jones from Cincinnati for Saints-Bengals
      • James Palmer from Kansas City for Cardinals-Chiefs
      • Jane Slater from Philadelphia for Cowboys-Eagles
      • Steve Wyche from Los Angeles for Seahawks-Rams

    NFL GameDay Live, NFL GameDay Highlights and NFL GameDay Prime Conclude Sunday Coverage 
    At 1:00 PM ETNFL GameDay Live provides in-progress highlights and analysis, as well as live fantasy football updates for all of the 1:00 and 4:00 PM ET games. Hosts Rhett Lewis and Marc Istook are joined by analysts Terrell DavisWill BlackmonDwight Freeney and James Jones providing 6.5 hours of coverage. NFL GameDay Live is the ONLY in-progress NFL highlights show on television.
    At 7:30 PM ETCole Wright and Chris Rose host NFL GameDay Highlights, providing a recap of the day's action thus far with highlights, postgame press conferences and commentary leading up to kickoff of the Sunday night matchup.
    At 11:30 PM ET on NFL Network and FOX, NFL GameDay Prime airs with Hall of Famers Deion SandersLaDainian Tomlinson and Shannon Sharpe, and host Charissa Thompson providing highlights and analysis of the day's games, and perspective on what Sunday's action means heading into the next week.


    Panthers-Steelers on 'Thursday Night Football' Draws Combined Viewership of 15.4 Million Viewers Across All Platforms

    Combined Viewership Across TV and Digital Up +15% vs. 2017 Week 10 'Thursday Night Football' Matchup​
    Panthers-Steelers on FOX, NFL Network & FOX Deportes Scores an 8.9 HH Rating and 14.8 Million Nielsen-Measured Viewers – Up +12% and +13% vs. 2017 Week 10 'Thursday Night Football' Game
    Average Minute Audience on All Digital Platforms, Including Amazon, Hits 782K – Up +105% vs. 2017 Week 10 'Thursday Night Football' Game
    Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light on Thursday, November 8 featuring the Pittsburgh Steelers' 52-21 win over the Carolina Panthers in Week 10 was seen by an average audience of 15.4 million viewers across all platforms, including FOX, NFL Network, FOX Deportes, NFL digital, FOX Sports digital, Amazon and Yahoo Sports – up +15% versus last year's Week 10 Thursday Night Football matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals, and up +8% versus the 2017 10-game Thursday Night Football average (TV + digital).
    The Nielsen-measured audience was 14.8 million viewers – up +13% versus the 2017 Week 10 Thursday Night Football game (13.1 million) and up +7% versus the 2017 10-game Thursday Night Football average on CBS/NBC and NFL Network (13.8 million). Additionally, Panthers-Steelers averaged an 8.9 HH rating – up +12% versus last year's Seahawks-Cardinals matchup (7.9 HH rating) and +6% versus the 2017 10-game Thursday Night Football average (8.4 HH rating).
    Digital streaming across Amazon Prime Video, Twitch, NFL digital platforms, FOX Sports digital platforms and Yahoo Sports produced an average minute audience of 782K – an increase of +105% vs. last year's Week 10 Thursday Night Football matchup between the Seahawks and Cardinals (381K) and +78% vs. the 2017 10-game average (439K).
    Amazon Prime Video and Twitch reached a total of 2.2 million combined viewers worldwide for the FOX NFL Thursday pregame show and the Panthers-Steelers game. For the Panthers-Steelers game alone, 2.0 million worldwide viewers initiated a stream on Prime Video or Twitch. The average worldwide audience watching Thursday Night Footballfor at least 30 seconds on Prime Video or Twitch was 540K.
    The 2018 Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light season continues Thursday, November 15 when quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers travel to face quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video. Coverage from Seattle begins at 6:00 PM ET on NFL Network with NFL GameDay Kickoff.

    Panthers-Steelers on 'Thursday Night Football' Draws Combined Viewership of 15.4 Million Viewers Across All Platforms

    Combined Viewership Across TV and Digital Up +15% vs. 2017 Week 10 'Thursday Night Football' Matchup​
    Panthers-Steelers on FOX, NFL Network & FOX Deportes Scores an 8.9 HH Rating and 14.8 Million Nielsen-Measured Viewers – Up +12% and +13% vs. 2017 Week 10 'Thursday Night Football' Game
    Average Minute Audience on All Digital Platforms, Including Amazon, Hits 782K – Up +105% vs. 2017 Week 10 'Thursday Night Football' Game
    Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light on Thursday, November 8 featuring the Pittsburgh Steelers' 52-21 win over the Carolina Panthers in Week 10 was seen by an average audience of 15.4 million viewers across all platforms, including FOX, NFL Network, FOX Deportes, NFL digital, FOX Sports digital, Amazon and Yahoo Sports – up +15% versus last year's Week 10 Thursday Night Football matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals, and up +8% versus the 2017 10-game Thursday Night Football average (TV + digital).
    The Nielsen-measured audience was 14.8 million viewers – up +13% versus the 2017 Week 10 Thursday Night Football game (13.1 million) and up +7% versus the 2017 10-game Thursday Night Football average on CBS/NBC and NFL Network (13.8 million). Additionally, Panthers-Steelers averaged an 8.9 HH rating – up +12% versus last year's Seahawks-Cardinals matchup (7.9 HH rating) and +6% versus the 2017 10-game Thursday Night Football average (8.4 HH rating).
    Digital streaming across Amazon Prime Video, Twitch, NFL digital platforms, FOX Sports digital platforms and Yahoo Sports produced an average minute audience of 782K – an increase of +105% vs. last year's Week 10 Thursday Night Football matchup between the Seahawks and Cardinals (381K) and +78% vs. the 2017 10-game average (439K).
    Amazon Prime Video and Twitch reached a total of 2.2 million combined viewers worldwide for the FOX NFL Thursday pregame show and the Panthers-Steelers game. For the Panthers-Steelers game alone, 2.0 million worldwide viewers initiated a stream on Prime Video or Twitch. The average worldwide audience watching Thursday Night Footballfor at least 30 seconds on Prime Video or Twitch was 540K.
    The 2018 Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light season continues Thursday, November 15 when quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers travel to face quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video. Coverage from Seattle begins at 6:00 PM ET on NFL Network with NFL GameDay Kickoff

    New NFL Network Series 'Impact and Influence' Highlights NFL Player Causes

    Multi-Part Series Airs on 'NFL Total Access' Starting TONIGHT Following 'Thursday Night Football'​
    Series Features Chris Long, Golden Tate, Whitney Mercilus, Saquon Barkley, Ben Watson, Mike Evans & Devin McCourty
    NFL Network presents a new multi-part series Impact & Influence, highlighting the important causes and community outreach initiatives of current NFL players.
    The first installment of Impact & Influence premieres TONIGHT at 12 Midnight ET on NFL Total Access following the Carolina Panthers-Pittsburgh Steelers Thursday Night Football game, detailing Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long's efforts to achieve educational equity through his involvement with programs such as Summer Search in Philadelphia.
    Each installment will premiere on NFL Total Access and also re-air on various NFL Network programs such as Good Morning Football and NFL GameDay Morning throughout the remainder of the season. All installments from the Impact & Influence series can be viewed digitally by visiting NFL.com/impactandinfluence.
    Other NFL players featured on Impact & Influence are Eagles wide receiver Golden Tate, Houston Texans linebacker Whitney Mercilus, New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley, New Orleans Saints tight end Ben Watson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans and New England Patriots safety Devin McCourty.
    Provided below is a broadcast schedule:
    Philadelphia Eagles DE Chris Long
    Premiere: Thursday, November 8 on NFL Total Access at 12 Midnight ET (following Thursday Night Football)
    Description: In 2017, Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long donated his entire salary to educational equity programs as part of his Pledge 10 initiative, which went towards scholarships in his hometown of Charlottesville and different programs in the cities of St. Louis, Boston and Philadelphia. Impact & Influence tells the story of Long's involvement with Summer Search in Philadelphia, which provides an opportunity for equity in students' lives through mentorship and transformative experiences
    Philadelphia Eagles WR Golden Tate
    Premiere: Monday, November 12 on NFL Total Access at 6:00 PM ET
    Description: In 2013, Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Golden Tate travelled to Afghanistan as part of a USO tour, which helped to lay the groundwork for founding the Golden Future Foundation. Through his foundation, Tate and his wife Elise Tate have worked closely with veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan to help reacclimate into civil society and provide resources for those who served
    Houston Texans LB Whitney Mercilus
    Premiere: Monday, November 26 on NFL Total Access at 6:00 PM ET
    Description: The son of Haitian immigrants to the United States, Houston Texans linebacker Whitney Mercilus grew up recognizing the importance of a strong work ethic and giving back to your community. Impact & Influence details the work Mercilus has done through the WithMerci Foundation, which aids special needs children in the Houston area and Haiti
    New York Giants RB Saquon Barkley
    Premiere: Monday, December 10 on NFL Total Access at 6:00 PM ET
    Description: Rookie running and South Bronx native Saquon Barkley received a hometown hero's welcome when he was selected by the New York Giants in the 2018 NFL Draft, and since then Barkley has sought out ways to use his platform to give back. Impact & Influence connects Barkley with the members of the A$AP Mob Foundation, which is dedicated to preventing substance abuse in urban communities, to teach the young running back tools of civic and social engagement to discover what he can do to aide those who suffer from health ailments and social injustice
    The installments of Impact & Influence featuring Watson, Evans and McCourty will air on NFL Network later this season, with details forthcoming.
    Each installment of Impact & Influence is produced by NFL Network and Mass Appeal.

    ​WEEK 12 (NOVEMBER 25) SCHEDULE CHANGE:
    DOLPHINS-COLTS MOVES TO 4:25 PM ET ON CBS
    The NFL announced today the following schedule change for Week 12 on Sunday, November 25:
    The Miami Dolphins at Indianapolis Colts game originally scheduled for 1:00 PM ET on CBS will move to 4:25 PM ET on CBS. 
    The following is the final Week 12 NFL schedule (all times ET):

    Thursday, November 22
    Chicago at Detroit
    12:30 PM
    CBS
    Washington at Dallas
    4:30 PM
    FOX
    Atlanta at New Orleans
    8:20 PM
    NBC
    Sunday, November 25
    Oakland at Baltimore
    1:00 PM
    CBS
    Jacksonville at Buffalo
    1:00 PM
    CBS
    Seattle at Carolina
    1:00 PM
    FOX
    Cleveland at Cincinnati
    1:00 PM
    CBS
    New England at New York Jets
    1:00 PM
    CBS
    New York Giants at Philadelphia
    1:00 PM
    FOX
    San Francisco at Tampa Bay
    1:00 PM
    FOX
    Arizona at Los Angeles Chargers
    4:05 PM
    FOX
    Pittsburgh at Denver
    4:25 PM
    CBS
    Miami at Indianapolis
    4:25 PM
    CBS
    Green Bay at Minnesota
    8:20 PM
    NBC
    Monday, November 26
    Tennessee at Houston





     ​DE INTERÉS – DÉCIMA SEMANA
    HITOS EN EL HORIZONTE. En la novena semana el mariscal de campo de New Orleans DREW BREES lanzó 346 yardas, con cuatro anotaciones, y el mariscal de campo de New England TOM BRADY lanzó 294 yardas, con una anotación. Brees (506 pases anotadores) y Brady (505) se ubican tercero y cuarto, respectivamente, en la historia en pases anotadores.
    Brees, que el domingo se enfrenta a Cincinnati (1:00 PM, hora de New York, FOX), necesita tres pases anotadores para superar al miembro del Salón de la Fama BRETT FAVRE (508) para la segunda mayor cantidad de pases anotadores en temporada regular en la historia de la NFL. Brady, que juega en Tennessee (1:00 PM, hora de New York, CBS), necesita cuatro pases anotadores para superar a Favre.
    Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de pases anotadores en la historia de la NFL:
    JUGADOR
    EQUIPO(S)
    PASES ANOTADORES
    Peyton Manning
    Indianapolis, Denver
    539
    Brett Favre^
    Green Bay, New York Jets, Minnesota
    508
    Drew Brees
    San Diego, New Orleans
    506
    Tom Brady
    New England
    505
    ^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
    Brady tiene además 71 pases anotadores en los 37 partidos de su carrera en postemporada, una marca de la NFL, y necesita cuatro pases anotadores para superar a PEYTON MANNING (579 anotaciones) en mayor cantidad de pases anotadores en la historia de la liga, incluyendo postemporada.
     Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de pases anotadores (incluyendo postemporada) en la historia de la NFL:
    JUGADOR
    EQUIPO(S)
    PASES ANOTADORES
    Peyton Manning
    Indianapolis, Denver
    579
    Tom Brady
    New England
    576
    Brady, que apareció en 262 partidos de temporada regular y en 37 juegos de postemporada, puede convertirse en el segundo mariscal de campo en los anales de la liga en participar de 300 partidos (incluyendo postemporada), uniéndose al miembro del Salón de la Fama BRETT FAVRE (326).
    El receptor de Arizona LARRY FITZGERALD tiene 15,902 yardas recibiendo en su carrera de 15 años en la NFL. Con 33 yardas recibiendo el domingo en Kansas City (1:00 PM, hora de New York, CBS), Fitzgerald superaría al miembro del Salón de la Fama TERRELL OWENS (15,934) para alcanzar la segunda mayor cantidad de yardas recibiendo en la historia de la NFL.
    Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de yardas recibiendo en la historia de la NFL:
    JUGADOR
    EQUIPO(S)
    YARDAS RECIBIENDO
    Jerry Rice^
    San Francisco, Oakland, Seattle
    22,895
    Terrell Owens^
    San Francisco, Philadelphia, Dallas, Buffalo, Cincinnati
    15,934
    Larry Fitzgerald
    Arizona
    15,902
    ^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
     -- NFL –​
    PROLÍFICO PAT. El mariscal de campo de Kansas City PATRICK MAHOMES lidera la NFL con 2,901 yardas aéreas y 29 pases anotadores a lo largo de las primeras nueve semanas de la temporada. Mahomes lanzó al menos 300 yardas y tres anotaciones en cada uno de sus últimos cuatro partidos.
    Con 300 yardas aéreas y tres pases anotadores el domingo contra Arizona (1:00 PM, hora de New York, CBS), Mahomes se uniría al miembro del Salón de la Fama STEVE YOUNG (cinco juegos en 1998) como los único mariscales de campo en la historia de la liga en registrar al menos 300 yardas aéreas y tres pases anotadores en cinco juegos consecutivos.
    Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de partidos consecutivos con al menos 300 yardas aéreas y tres pases anotadores en la historia de la NFL:
    JUGADOR
    EQUIPO
    TEMPORADA
    PARTIDOS CONSECUTIVOS 
    Steve Young^
    San Francisco
    1998
    5




    Patrick Mahomes
    Kansas City
    2018
    4*

    ^Miembro del Salón de la Fama

    *Racha activa
     -- NFL –
    LUCKY NÚMERO TRES. El mariscal de campo de Indianapolis ANDREW LUCK esta temporada se ubica segundo en la NFL con 23 pases anotadores y lanzó al menos tres anotaciones en cada uno de sus últimos cinco partidos.
    Con tres pases anotadores el domingo contra Jacksonville (1:00 PM, hora de New York, CBS), Luck se uniría a TOM BRADY (10 juegos consecutivos en 2007) y a PEYTON MANNING (ocho partidos seguidos en 2004) como los únicos mariscales de campo en registrar seis partidos consecutivos con al menos tres pases anotadores en una sola temporada. Tanto Brady como Manning fueron nombrados Jugador más valioso (MVP, por sus siglas en inglés) por Associated Press en esas temporadas.
    Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de partidos consecutivos con al menos tres pases anotadores en una sola temporada en la historia de la NFL:
    JUGADOR
    EQUIPO
    TEMPORADA
    PARTIDOS CONSECUTIVOS 

    Tom Brady#
    New England
    2007
    10

    Peyton Manning#
    Indianapolis
    2004
    8






    Andrew Luck
    Indianapolis
    2018
    5*

    #Nombrado Jugador más valioso por Associated Press
    *Racha activa
     -- NFL –​
    RIVERS VIENE ASOMANDO. El mariscal de campo de los Los Angeles Chargers PHILIP RIVERS lanzó 228 yardas y dos anotaciones para un índice de pasador de 105.9 en el triunfo de los Chargers 25-17 en Seattle en la novena semana. Rivers registró al menos dos pases anotadores y un índice de pasador de 95 o más alto en cada uno de los primeros ocho juegos de los Chargers esta temporada.
    Rivers, que juega en Oakland (4:05 PM, hora de New York, FOX), puede sumarse a AARON RODGERS (13 partidos en 2011) y TOM BRADY (10 juegos en 2007) como los únicos mariscales de campo en la historia de la liga en lanzar al menos dos pases anotadores y tener un índice de pasador de 95 o más alto en cada uno de los primeros nueve juegos de su equipo en una temporada. Tanto Rodgers como Brady fueron nombrados Jugador más valioso (MVP) por Associated Press en esas temporadas.
    Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de partidos consecutivos con al menos dos pases anotadores y un índice de pasador de 95 o más alto al arrancar una temporada en la historia de la NFL:
    JUGADOR
    EQUIPO
    TEMPORADA
    PARTIDOS CONSECUTIVOS 

    Aaron Rodgers#
    Green Bay
    2011
    13

    Tom Brady#
    New England
    2007
    10






    Philip Rivers
    Los Angeles Chargers
    2018
    8*

    # Nombrado Jugador más valioso por Associated Press
    *Racha activa
     -- NFL –​
    TODD, EL ANOTADOR. El corredor de los Los Angeles Rams TODD GURLEY lidera la NFL con 16 anotaciones en 2018 y produjo al menos una anotación en cada uno de los primeros nueve partidos de los Rams de la temporada.
    Con una anotación contra Seattle (4:25 PM, hora de New York, CBS), Gurley se uniría los miembros del Salón de la Fama O.J. SIMPSON (1975), LENNY MOORE (1964) y ELROY “CRAZY LEGS” (Piernas locas en inglés) HIRSCH (1951) como los únicos jugadores en los anales de la liga en registrar alguna anotación en cada uno de los primeros 10 partidos de sus equipo en una temporada. Simpson y Moore tuvieron al menos una anotación en cada uno de los primeros 14 juegos de sus equipos durante sus respectivas temporadas.
    Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de partidos consecutivo de sus equipos con al menos una anotación al arrancar una temporada en la historia de la NFL:
    JUGADOR
    EQUIPO
    TEMPORADA
    PARTIDOS CONSECUTIVOS 

    O.J. Simpson^
    Buffalo
    1975
    14

    Lenny Moore^
    Baltimore Colts
    1964
    14

    Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch^
    Los Angeles Rams
    1951
    10






    Todd Gurley
    Los Angeles Rams
    2018
    9*

    ^Miembro del Salón de la Fama

    *Racha activa


    -- NFL –

    MEJORES 25. El corredor de New Orleans ALVIN KAMARA tuvo 116 yardas desde la línea de golpeo (82 acarreando, 34 recibiendo) y tres anotaciones (dos acarreando, una recibiendo) en el triunfo de los Saints de la novena semana sobre los Rams. Desde que ingresó en la liga, en 2017, Kamara se ubica tercero en la NFL con 2,471 yardas desde la línea de golpeo (1,253 recibiendo, 1,218 acarreando), en los 24 partidos de su carrera.
    Con 82 yardas por tierra y 47 yardas recibiendo en Cincinnati (1:00 PM, hora de New York, FOX), Kamara, que estará jugando el 25º partido de su carrera, se uniría a HERSCHEL WALKER (1,394 recibiendo, 1,339 acarreando) como los únicos jugadores con al menos 1,300 yardas por tierra y 1,300 yardas recibiendo en los primeros 25 partidos de su carrera.
    El corredor de Carolina CHRISTIAN MC CAFFREY, que el jueves en Pittsburgh (8:20 PM, hora de New York, FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime) también estará jugando el 25º partido de su carrera, necesita 63 yardas por tierra para convertirse en el séptimo jugador en la historia de la liga con al menos 1,000 yardas por tierra y 1,000 yardas recibiendo en los primeros 25 partidos de su carrera.
    Los jugadores con al menos 1,000 yardas por tierra y 1,000 yardas recibiendo en los primeros 25 partidos e su carrera en la historia de la NFL:​
    JUGADOR
    EQUIPO
    TEMPORADAS
    YARDAS TERRESTRES
    YARDAS RECIBIENDO
    Le’Veon Bell
    Pittsburgh
    2013-14
    1,906
    1,042
    Abner Haynes
    Kansas City
    1960-61
    1,564
    1,001
    Herschel Walker
    Dallas
    1986-87
    1,339
    1,394
    Alvin Kamara
    New Orleans
    2017-18
    1,218*
    1,253*
    Charley Taylor^
    Washington
    1964-65
    1,131
    1,364
    Reggie Bush
    New Orleans
    2006-07
    1,016
    1,046





    Christian McCaffrey
    Carolina
    2017-18
    937*
    1,029*
    ^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
    *En los 24 partidos de su carrera
     -- NFL –​
    RECIBE COMO MIKE. El receptor de New Orleans MICHAEL THOMAS tuvo una marca de franquicia con las 211 yardas recibiendo, que incluyeron una recepción anotadora de 72 yardas, registradas en la victoria de los Saints 45-35 sobre los Los Angeles Rams en la novena semana. 
    Thomas, que tiene 266 recepciones en los 39 partidos de su carrera, necesita una recepción el domingo en Cincinnati (1:00 PM, hora de New York, FOX) para superar a ODELL BECKHAM JR. (266) en la mayor cantidad de recepciones acumuladas por un jugador en los primeros 40 partidos de su carrera en la historia de la NFL.​
    Los jugadores con las mayores cantidades de recepciones en los primeros 40 partidos de su carrera en la historia de la NFL:
    JUGADOR
    EQUIPO
    TEMPORADA(S)
    RECEPCIONES 
    Odell Beckham, Jr.
    New York Giants
    2014-16
    266
    Michael Thomas
    New Orleans
    2016-18
    266*
    *En los 39 partidos de su carrera
     -- NFL –
    BIG BEN Y AB. El mariscal de campo de Pittsburgh BEN ROETHLISBERGER lanzó un pase de anotación al receptor ANTONIO BROWN en el triunfo de los Steelers 23-16 en Baltimore la semana pasada. Marcó la 68ª anotación que Roethlisberger le lanza a Brown durante sus carreras, incluyendo nueve esta temporada.
    Con dos pases anotadores de Roethlisberger a Brown el jueves contra Carolina (8:20 PM, hora de New York, FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime), el dúo se convertiría en la séptima combinación mariscal de campo-receptor en la historia de la NFL en conectarse en 70 anotaciones aéreas en sus carreras.
    Las combinaciones mariscal de campo-receptor con las mayores cantidades de anotaciones en la historia de la NFL:
    PASSER
    RECEIVER
    EQUIPO
    ANOTACIONES
    Peyton Manning
    Marvin Harrison^
    Indianapolis
    112
    Philip Rivers*
    Antonio Gates*
    Los Angeles Chargers
    88
    Steve Young^
    Jerry Rice^
    San Francisco
    85
    Dan Marino^
    Mark Clayton
    Miami
    79
    Tom Brady*
    Rob Gronkowski*
    New England
    76
    Drew Brees
    Marques Colston
    New Orleans
    72
    Ben Roethlisberger*
    Antonio Brown*
    Pittsburgh
    68
    ^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
    *Dúo activo
    -- NFL –
    NICK, ESTELAR NOCTURNO. El mariscal de campo de San Francisco NICK MULLENS lanzó 262 yardas, con tres anotaciones, ninguna intercepción e índice de 151.9 en su debut en la NFL, ocurrido en la novena semana.
    Con tres pases anotadores contra los Giants el lunes por la noche (8:15 PM, hora de New York, ESPN), Mullens se convertiría en el quinto jugador en la era del Super Bowl (desde 1966) en lanzar al menos tres pases anotadores en cada una de sus primeras dos titularidades en una carrera siendo mariscal de campo.
    Los jugadores con al menos tres pases anotadores en cada una de sus primeras dos titularidades en una carrera como mariscal de campo en la era del Super Bowl:
    JUGADOR
    EQUIPO
    TEMPORADA(S)
    Tyrod Taylor
    Buffalo
    2015
    Matt Flynn
    Green Bay
    2010-11
    Kurt Warner^
    St. Louis
    1999
    Dan Marino^
    Miami
    1983



    Nick Mullens
    San Francisco
    2018*
    ^Miembro del Salón de la Fama
    *Lanzó tres pases anotadores en la primera titularidad de su carrera la semana pasada
    Con una titularidad el lunes, Mullens se convertirá en el primer mariscal de campo en realizar las primeras dos titularidades de su carrera en horario central (noches de jueves, domingo o lunes) desde que lo hiciera el de Kansas City TYLER PALKO (2011).


    ​​​WHAT TO LOOK FOR – WEEK 10
    MILESTONES ON THE HORIZON: New Orleans quarterback DREW BREES passed for 346 yards with four touchdowns and New England quarterback TOM BRADY passed 294 yards with a touchdown in Week 9. Brees (506 touchdown passes) and Brady (505) rank third and fourth, respectively, all-time in touchdown passes.
    Brees, who faces Cincinnati (1:00 PM ET, FOX) on Sunday, needs three touchdown passes to surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer BRETT FAVRE (508) for the second-most regular-season touchdown passes in NFL history. Brady, who plays at Tennessee (1:00 PM ET, CBS), needs four touchdown passes to surpass Favre.
    The players with the most touchdown passes in NFL history:
    PLAYER
    TEAM(S)
    PASSING TOUCHDOWNS 
    Peyton Manning
    Indianapolis, Denver
    539
    Brett Favre^
    Green Bay, New York Jets, Minnesota
    508
    Drew Brees
    San Diego, New Orleans
    506
    Tom Brady
    New England
    505
    ^Pro Football Hall of Famer
    Brady has an additional 71 touchdown passes in 37 career playoff games, an NFL record, and needs four touchdown passes to surpass PEYTON MANNING (579 touchdowns) for the most passing touchdowns in league history, including the postseason.
    The players with the most touchdown passes (including the postseason) in NFL history:
    PLAYER
    TEAM(S)
    PASSING TOUCHDOWNS 
    Peyton Manning
    Indianapolis, Denver
    579
    Tom Brady
    New England
    576
    Brady, who has appeared in 262 regular-season games and 37 playoff games, can become the second quarterback in league annals to appear in 300 games (including the postseason), joining Pro Football Hall of Famer BRETT FAVRE (326).
    Arizona wide receiver LARRY FITZGERALD has 15,902 receiving yards in his 15-year NFL career. With 33 receiving yards on Sunday at Kansas City (1:00 PM ET, CBS), Fitzgerald would surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer TERRELL OWENS (15,934) for the second-most receiving yards in NFL history.
    The players with the most receiving yards in NFL history:
    PLAYER
    TEAM(S)
    RECEIVING YARDS
    Jerry Rice^
    San Francisco, Oakland, Seattle
    22,895
    Terrell Owens^
    San Francisco, Philadelphia, Dallas, Buffalo, Cincinnati
    15,934
    Larry Fitzgerald
    Arizona
    15,902
    ^Pro Football Hall of Famer
    -- NFL --
    PROLIFIC PAT: Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES leads the NFL with 2,901 passing yards and 29 touchdown passes through the first nine weeks of the season. Mahomes has thrown for at least 300 yards and three touchdowns in each of his past four games.
    With 300 passing yards and three touchdown passes on Sunday against Arizona (1:00 PM ET, CBS), Mahomes would join Pro Football Hall of Famer STEVE YOUNG (five games in 1998) as the only quarterbacks in league history to record at least 300 passing yards and three touchdown passes in five consecutive games.
    The players with the most consecutive games with at least 300 passing yards and three touchdown passes in NFL history:
    PLAYER
    TEAM
    SEASON
    CONSECUTIVE GAMES 
    Steve Young^
    San Francisco
    1998
    5




    Patrick Mahomes
    Kansas City
    2018
    4*
    ^Pro Football Hall of Famer
    *Active streak
    -- NFL --
    LUCKY NUMBER THREE: Indianapolis quarterback ANDREW LUCK ranks second in the NFL with 23 touchdown passes this season and has thrown at least three touchdowns in each of his past five games.
    With three touchdown passes on Sunday against Jacksonville (1:00 PM ET, CBS), Luck would join TOM BRADY (10 consecutive games in 2007) and PEYTON MANNING (eight consecutive games in 2004) as the only quarterbacks to record six consecutive games with at least three touchdown passes in a single season. Brady and Manning were each named Associated Press MVP in those seasons.
    The players with the most consecutive games with at least three touchdown passes in a single season in NFL history:
    PLAYER
    TEAM
    SEASON
    CONSECUTIVE GAMES 

    Tom Brady#
    New England
    2007
    10

    Peyton Manning#
    Indianapolis
    2004
    8






    Andrew Luck
    Indianapolis
    2018
    5*

    #Named Associated Press MVP
    *Active streak
    -- NFL --
    RISING RIVERS: Los Angeles Chargers quarterback PHILIP RIVERS passed for 228 yards and two touchdowns for a 105.9 passer rating in the Chargers’ 25-17 win at Seattle in Week 9. Rivers has recorded at least two touchdown passes and a passer rating of 95 or higher in each of the Chargers’ first eight games this season.
    Rivers, who plays at Oakland (4:05 PM ET, FOX), can join AARON RODGERS (13 games in 2011) and TOM BRADY (10 games in 2007) as the only quarterbacks in league history to throw at least two touchdown passes and have a passer rating of 95 or higher in each of his team’s first nine games of a season. Rodgers and Brady were each named Associated Press MVP in those seasons.
    The players with the most consecutive games with at least two touchdown passes and a passer rating of 95 or higher to begin a season in NFL history:
    PLAYER
    TEAM
    SEASON
    CONSECUTIVE GAMES 

    Aaron Rodgers#
    Green Bay
    2011
    13

    Tom Brady#
    New England
    2007
    10






    Philip Rivers
    Los Angeles Chargers
    2018
    8*

    #Named Associated Press MVP
    *Active streak
    -- NFL --
    TOUCHDOWN TODD: Los Angeles Rams running back TODD GURLEY leads the NFL with 16 touchdowns in 2018 and has scored at least one touchdown in each of the Rams’ first nine games of the season.
    With a touchdown against Seattle (4:25 PM ET, CBS), Gurley would join Pro Football Hall of Famers O.J. SIMPSON (1975), LENNY MOORE (1964) and ELROY “CRAZY LEGS” HIRSCH (1951) as the only players in league annals to score a touchdown in each of their team’s first 10 games of a season. Simpson and Moore had at least one touchdown in each of their team’s 14 games during their respective seasons.
    The players with the most consecutive team games with at least one touchdown to begin a season in NFL history:

    PLAYER
    TEAM
    SEASON
    CONSECUTIVE GAMES 

    O.J. Simpson^
    Buffalo
    1975
    14

    Lenny Moore^
    Baltimore Colts
    1964
    14

    Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch^
    Los Angeles Rams
    1951
    10






    Todd Gurley
    Los Angeles Rams
    2018
    9*

    ^Pro Football Hall of Famer
    *Active streak
    -- NFL --
    TOP 25: New Orleans running back ALVIN KAMARA had 116 scrimmage yards (82 rushing, 34 receiving) and three touchdowns (two rushing, one receiving) in the Saints’ Week 9 win over the Rams. Since entering the league in 2017, Kamara ranks third in the NFL with 2,471 scrimmage yards (1,253 receiving, 1,218 rushing) in 24 career games.
    With 82 rushing yards and 47 receiving yards at Cincinnati (1:00 PM ET, FOX), Kamara, who will be playing in his 25th career game, would join HERSCHEL WALKER (1,394 receiving, 1,339 rushing) as the only players with at least 1,300 rushing yards and 1,300 receiving yards in their first 25 career games.
    Carolina running back CHRISTIAN MC CAFFREY, who will also be playing his 25th career game on Thursday at Pittsburgh (8:20 PM ET, FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime), needs 63 rushing yards to become the seventh player in league history with at least 1,000 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards in his first 25 career games.
    The players with at least 1,000 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards in their first 25 career games in NFL history:
    PLAYER
    TEAM
    SEASONS
    RUSHING YARDS
    RECEIVING YARDS
    Le’Veon Bell
    Pittsburgh
    2013-14
    1,906
    1,042
    Abner Haynes
    Kansas City
    1960-61
    1,564
    1,001
    Herschel Walker
    Dallas
    1986-87
    1,339
    1,394
    Alvin Kamara
    New Orleans
    2017-18
    1,218*
    1,253*
    Charley Taylor^
    Washington
    1964-65
    1,131
    1,364
    Reggie Bush
    New Orleans
    2006-07
    1,016
    1,046





    Christian McCaffrey
    Carolina
    2017-18
    937*
    1,029*
    ^Pro Football Hall of Famer
    *In 24 career games
    -- NFL --
    CATCH IT LIKE MIKE: New Orleans wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS had a franchise-record 211 receiving yards, including a 72-yard touchdown catch, in the Saints’ 45-35 win over the Los Angeles Rams in Week 9. 
    Thomas, who has 266 receptions in 39 career games, needs one catch on Sunday at Cincinnati (1:00 PM ET, FOX) to surpass ODELL BECKHAM, JR. (266) for the most receptions by a player in his first 40 career games in NFL history.
    The players with the most receptions in their first 40 career games in NFL history:
    PLAYER
    TEAM
    SEASON(S)
    RECEPTIONS 
    Odell Beckham, Jr.
    New York Giants
    2014-16
    266
    Michael Thomas
    New Orleans
    2016-18
    266*
    *In 39 career games
     
    -- NFL --
    BIG BEN & AB: Pittsburgh quarterback BEN ROETHLISBERGER threw a touchdown pass to wide receiver ANTONIO BROWN in the Steelers’ 23-16 win at Baltimore last week. It marked the 68th touchdown Roethlisberger has thrown to Brown during their careers, including nine this season.
    With two touchdown passes from Roethlisberger to Brown on Thursday against Carolina (8:20 PM ET, FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime), the duo would become the seventh quarterback-receiver combination in NFL history to connect on 70 career touchdown passes.
    The quarterback-receiver combinations with the most touchdowns in NFL history:
    PASSER
    RECEIVER
    TEAM
    TOUCHDOWNS 
    Peyton Manning
    Marvin Harrison^
    Indianapolis
    112
    Philip Rivers*
    Antonio Gates*
    Los Angeles Chargers
    88
    Steve Young^
    Jerry Rice^
    San Francisco
    85
    Dan Marino^
    Mark Clayton
    Miami
    79
    Tom Brady*
    Rob Gronkowski*
    New England
    76
    Drew Brees
    Marques Colston
    New Orleans
    72
    Ben Roethlisberger*
    Antonio Brown*
    Pittsburgh
    68
    ^Pro Football Hall of Famer
    *Active duo
    -- NFL --
    NICK AT NIGHT: San Francisco quarterback NICK MULLENS passed for 262 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions for 151.9 rating in his NFL debut in Week 9.
    With three touchdown passes against the Giants on Monday Night Football (8:15 PM ET, ESPN), Mullens would become the fifth player in the Super Bowl era (since 1966) to throw at least three touchdown passes in each of his first two career starts at quarterback
    The players with at least three touchdown passes in each of their first two career starts at quarterback in the Super Bowl era:
    PLAYER
    TEAM
    SEASON(S)
    Tyrod Taylor
    Buffalo
    2015
    Matt Flynn
    Green Bay
    2010-11
    Kurt Warner^
    St. Louis
    1999
    Dan Marino^
    Miami
    1983



    Nick Mullens
    San Francisco
    2018*
    ^Pro Football Hall of Famer
    *Threw three TD passes in first-career start last week
    With a start on Monday, Mullens will become the first quarterback since Kansas City’s TYLER PALKO (2011) to make his first two career starts in primetime (Thursday Night, Sunday Night or Monday Night).


    First-Place Pittsburgh Steelers Host Carolina Panthers on 'Thursday Night Football'

    Panthers-Steelers Thursday at 8:20 PM ET on FOX, NFL Network & Amazon Prime Video​
    'NFL GameDay Kickoff' Airs at 6:00 PM ET
    'FOX NFL Thursday' Airs at 7:30 PM ET From New York City
    The 2018 Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light season continues Thursday, November 8 when quarterback Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers travel to face wide receiver Antonio Brown and the Pittsburgh Steelers at 8:20 PM ET on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video.
    Play-by-play announcer Joe Buck and analyst Troy Aikman, along with reporters Erin Andrews and Kristina Pink call the action from Heinz Field. Additionally, FOX's NFL Rules expert Mike Pereira joins to give explanations on officiating and rules throughout the game.
    At 6:00 PM ET on NFL Network, NFL GameDay Kickoff previews the Panthers-Steelers matchup with host Colleen Wolfe and analysts Michael IrvinSteve Smith Sr. and Willie McGinest live from outside Heinz Field.
    At 7:30 PM ET on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video, FOX NFL Thursday with Michael StrahanTerry Bradshaw and Howie Long airs live from New York City, providing the final say leading up to Panthers-Steelers.
    At halftime on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video, Strahan, Bradshaw and Long break down the first half. Immediately following the game, Bradshaw and Long recap Panthers-Steelers.
    Exclusively on NFL Network, Wolfe, Irvin, Smith Sr. and McGinest host the postgame show from the field at Heinz Field and are joined by a star of the game live on-set.
    Additional postgame coverage continues at 12 Midnight ET with Scott HansonLindsay RhodesDavid CarrReggie Bush and Will Blackmon on NFL Total Access.
    Tomorrow night's matchup will be televised on FOX, NFL Network and in Spanish on FOX Deportes. Fans can stream the game on FOX Sports and FOX Deportes digital platforms on an authenticated basis across devices, NFL.com and the NFL app on connected TV devices on an authenticated basis, Amazon Prime Video across devices, Twitch on mobile and PC, and the NFL app and Yahoo Sports (along with Yahoo, AOL Sports, AOL, and Tumblr) on phones and tablets on a cross-carrier basis. Learn all of the ways to watch at NFL.com/TNF.
    Through Prime Video and Twitch, Amazon will provide viewers in over 200 countries and territories a unique Thursday Night Football viewing experience complete with interactive features that bring fans closer to the game.
    FOX Deportes' coverage begins at 7:30 PM ET and continues throughout the entirety of Panthers-Steelers with Rodolfo LanderosJessi Losada, analyst Rolando Cantú and reporter Jaime Motta.
    Audio broadcasts of the game are available via Westwood One Sports, SiriusXM and the TuneIn app.
    On Friday, November 9 at 8:00 PM ET, NFL Network's A Football Life continues with a profile of former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher. The one-hour show produced by NFL Films features interviews with Cowher, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, former Steelers Jerome BettisRod Woodson and Joey Porter, and others. For more information, visit http://tinyurl.com/y73lk3mf.

    ​LA CARRERA POR LLEGAR A LA POSTEMPORADA SE INTENSIFICA
    EN LA SEGUNDA MITAD DE LA NFL​​
    La segunda mitad de la temporada de la NFL ya llegó y la carrera por clasificar a la postemporad​a está a pleno.
    Tres equipos –los KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (8-1), los LOS ANGELES RAMS (8-1) y los NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (7-2)– tienen marca de 7-2 o mejor al llegar a la décima semana y los NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (7-1), que tuvieron fecha de descanso en la sexta semana, alcanzarán registro de 8-1 o 7-2 tras la acción de esta semana. En la era del Super Bowl, 216 equipos han comenzado la temporada con marca de 8-1 o 7-2 a lo largo de nueve partidos y 194 de esos equipos clasificaron a la postemporada (el 89.8 por ciento). Sesentaiún de los 216 equipos alcanzaron el Super Bowl en sus respectivas temporadas.
    Al tiempo que la temporada se adentra en su segunda mitad, hay montones de fútbol americano por jugarse y nada todavía ha sido decidido. Desde 2000, 45 equipos alcanzaron el punto medio de sus temporadas con un porcentaje de triunfos de .500 o peor y así y todo clasificaron a la postemporada, incluyendo al menos uno en cada campaña. El año pasado, los ATLANTA FALCONS arrancaron la temporada con registro de 4-4 antes de terminar clasificando a la postemporada con marca de 10-6.
    Cuatro equipos actualmente están disfrutando de racha ganadoras de al menos cinco partidos: New Orleans (siete juegos consecutivos), Houston (seis), New England (seis) y los Los Angeles Chargers (cinco). Los Texans, que arrancaron la temporada 0-3, son el segundo equipo desde 1970 en ganar seis partidos consecutivos inmediatamente después de un inicio de 0-3, uniéndose a los New York Giants de 1970.​
    Cuando el calendario llega a la décima semana, la historia está en el horizonte tanto para mariscales de campo veteranos como para jóvenes. El mariscal de campo de New England TOM BRADY jugará el 300º partido de su carrera (incluyendo postemporada) el domingo en Tennessee (1:00 PM, hora de New York, CBS), sumándose al miembro del Salón de la Fama BRETT FAVRE (326) como los únicos mariscales de campo en aparecer en 300 partidos en su carrera tanto de temporada regular como de postemporada. Brady, que lanzó 576 pases anotadores a lo largo de 299 juegos en su carrera (incluyendo postemporada), puede superar a PEYTON MANNING (579) para la mayor cantidad de pases anotadores por un mariscal de campo en la historia de la NFL.
    Brady (505 pases anotadores en temporada regular) y el mariscal de campo de New Orleans DREW BREES (506), que el domingo juega en Cincinnati (1:00 PM, hora de New York, FOX), llega a la décima semana teniendo a Favre (508) a su alcance para el segundo puesto en la historia de la NFL en la tabla de pases anotadores. Solamente Manning (539) tiene más pases anotadores en temporada regular en su carrera.​
    El mariscal de campo de Kansas City PATRICK MAHOMES tiene 29 pases anotadores y 3,185 yardas aéreas en 10 los partidos de su carrera, ambas cifras las mayores cantidades por un mariscal de campo en sus primeros 10 juegos en la historia de la NFL. Mahomes, que lanzó al menos 300 yardas y tres anotaciones en cada uno de los últimos cuatro partidos de los Chiefs, puede sumarse al miembro del Salón de la Fama STEVE YOUNG (1998) como los únicos jugadores en la historia de la NFL con al menos 300 yardas aéreas y tres pases anotadores en cinco partidos consecutivos.
    Debajo, destacados del cronograma de la décima semana:
    La décima semana arranca el jueves por la noche, cuando los CAROLINA PANTHERS visiten a los PITTSBURGH STEELERS en el Heinz Field (8:20 PM, hora de New York, FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime). Pittsburgh llega al duelo del jueves como ganador de cuatro partidos consecutivos, mientras que Carolina ganó tres juegos consecutivos. El corredor de los Steelers JAMES CONNER  acarreó al menos 100 yardas en cada uno de sus últimos cuatro partidos y puede sumarse a los miembros del Salón de la Fama FRANCO HARRIS (seis juegos consecutivos en 1972) y JEROME BETTIS (cinco en 1996) como los únicos jugadores en la historia de la franquicia con 100 o más yardas terrestres en cinco compromisos consecutivos. El mariscal de campo de los Panthers CAM NEWTON lanzó al menos dos pases anotadores en siete partidos consecutivos, empatando con STEVE BEUERLEIN para la racha más larga en la historia de la franquicia, y busca su cuarto juego en línea con dos pases anotadores, sin intercepciones y un índice de pasador de 100 o más.
    Los NEW ORLEANS SAINTS, ganadores de siete partidos consecutivos, viajan al estadio Paul Brown para enfrentarse contra los CINCINNATI BENGALS en la tarde del domingo (1:00 PM, hora de New York, FOX). El corredor de los Saints ALVIN KAMARA, que tiene 1,218 yardas por tierra y 1,253 yardas recibiendo en los 24 juegos de su carrera, puede sumarse a HERSCHEL WALKER (­­­­­1,339 acarreando, 1,394 recibiendo) como los únicos jugadores en la historia de la NFL con al menos 1,300 yardas acarreando y recibiendo en los primeros 25 partidos de su carrera. El safety novato de los Bengals JESSIE BATES lidera a Cincinnati con 60 tacleadas y es uno de dos jugadores en la NFL (KIKO ALONSO) con al menos 60 tacleadas y tres intercepciones (tres) en 2018.
    RUSSELL WILSON y los Seahawks visitan a TODD GURLEY y sus Rams en el Coliseo Memorial de Los Angeles (4:25 PM, hora de New York, CBS). Desde la quinta semana, Wilson se ubica segundo en la NFL con índice de pasador de 126.4 y tercero en la liga con 11 pases anotadores. Gurley lidera la NFL con 16 anotaciones (12 acarreando, cuatro recibiendo) y registró alguna anotación en cada uno de los nueve juegos de los Rams en 2018. Con alguna anotación el domingo, Gurley puede convertirse en el cuarto jugador en los anales de la liga en producir al menos una anotación en cada uno de los primeros 10 partidos de su equipo en una temporada.

    ​RACE TO PLAYOFFS INTENSIFIES IN NFL’S SECOND HALF
    The second half of the NFL season is here and the race to the playoffs is in full swing. 
    Three teams – the KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (8-1), LOS ANGELES RAMS (8-1) and NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (7-2) – have a record of 7-2 or better entering Week 10 and the NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (7-1), which had its bye in Week 6, will reach either 8-1 or 7-2 following this week’s action. In the Super Bowl era, 216 teams have begun the season either 8-1 or 7-2 through nine games and 194 of those teams advanced to the postseason (89.8 percent). Sixty-one of the 216 teams reached the Super Bowl in their respective seasons.
    As the season moves into the second half, there is plenty of football left to play and nothing has been decided. Since 2000, 45 teams have reached the halfway point of their season with a .500 or below winning percentage and advanced to the playoffs, including at least one in each season. Last year, the ATLANTA FALCONS began the season at 4-4 before advancing to the postseason with a 10-6 record.
    Four teams are currently riding winning streaks of at least five games – New Orleans (seven consecutive games), Houston (six), New England (six) and the Los Angeles Chargers (five). The Texans, which began the season 0-3, are the second team since 1970 to win six consecutive games immediately following an 0-3 start, joining the 1970 New York Giants.
    As the schedule turns to Week 10, history is on the horizon for veteran and young quarterbacks alike. New England quarterback TOM BRADY will play in his 300th career game (including the postseason) on Sunday at Tennessee (1:00 PM ET, CBS), joining Pro Football Hall of Famer BRETT FAVRE (326) as the only quarterbacks to appear in 300 career games across the regular season and playoffs. Brady, who has thrown 576 touchdown passes through 299 career games (including the postseason), can surpass PEYTON MANNING (579) for the most touchdown passes by a quarterback in NFL history.
    Brady (505 regular-season touchdown passes) and New Orleans quarterback DREW BREES (506), who plays at Cincinnati on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, FOX), enter Week 10 within reach of Favre (508) for second place on the NFL’s all-time passing touchdown leaderboard. Only Manning (539) has more career touchdown passes in the regular season.
    Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES has 29 touchdown passes and 3,185 passing yards in 10 career games, both the most by a quarterback in his first 10 games in NFL history. Mahomes, who has passed for at least 300 yards and three touchdowns in each of the Chiefs’ past four games, can join Pro Football Hall of Famer STEVE YOUNG (1998) as the only players in NFL history with at least 300 passing yards and three touchdown passes in five consecutive games.
    Below are highlights of the Week 10 schedule:
    Week 10 kicks off on Thursday night as the CAROLINA PANTHERS visit the PITTSBURGH STEELERS at Heinz Field (8:20 PM ET, FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime). Pittsburgh enters Thursday’s contest as the winner of four consecutive games, while Carolina has won three straight games. Steelers running back JAMES CONNER has rushed for at least 100 yards in each of his past four games and can join Pro Football Hall of Famers FRANCO HARRIS (six consecutive games in 1972) and JEROME BETTIS (five in 1996) as the only players in franchise history with 100+ rushing yards in five consecutive games. Panthers quarterback CAM NEWTON has thrown at least two touchdown passes in seven consecutive games, tied with STEVE BEUERLEIN for the longest streak in franchise history, and aims for his fourth game in a row with two touchdown passes, no interceptions and a 100+ passer rating.
    The NEW ORLEANS SAINTS, winners of seven consecutive games, travel to Paul Brown Stadium to take on the CINCINNATI BENGALS on Sunday afternoon (1:00 PM ET, FOX). Saints running back ALVIN KAMARA, who has 1,218 rushing yards and 1,253 receiving yards in 24 career games, can join HERSCHEL WALKER (­­­­­1,339 rushing, 1,394 receiving) as the only players in NFL history with at least 1,300 rushing and receiving yards in his first 25 career games. Bengals rookie safety JESSIE BATES leads Cincinnati with 60 tackles and is one of two players in the NFL (KIKO ALONSO) with at least 60 tackles and three interceptions (three) in 2018. 
    RUSSELL WILSON and the Seahawks visit TODD GURLEY and the Rams at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (4:25 PM ET, CBS). Since Week 5, Wilson ranks second in the NFL with a 126.4 passer rating and third in the league with 11 touchdown passes. Gurley leads the NFL with 16 touchdowns (12 rushing, four receiving) and has scored a touchdown in each of the Rams’ nine games in 2018. With a touchdown on Sunday, Gurley can become the fourth player in league annals to score at least one touchdown in each of his team’s first 10 games of a season.
    NFL WEEK 10 SCHEDULE
    THURSDAY, SUNDAY & MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 11-12
    (All times eastern)
    Bye: Baltimore, Denver, Houston, Minnesota
    Thursday, November 8
    Sunday, November 11 (cont’d)
    Carolina at Pittsburgh, 8:20 PM (FOX/NFLN/Amazon) 
    Washington at Tampa Bay, 1:00 PM
    New England at Tennessee, 1:00 PM
    Sunday, November 11
    Los Angeles Chargers at Oakland, 4:05 PM
    Detroit at Chicago, 1:00 PM
    Miami at Green Bay, 4:25 PM
    New Orleans at Cincinnati, 1:00 PM
    Seattle at Los Angeles Rams, 4:25 PM
    Atlanta at Cleveland, 1:00 PM
    Dallas at Philadelphia, 8:20 PM (NBC)
    Jacksonville at Indianapolis, 1:00 PM

    Arizona at Kansas City, 1:00 PM
    Monday, November 12
    Buffalo at New York Jets, 1:00 PM
    New York Giants at San Francisco, 8:15 PM (ESPN)

    Super Bowl-Winning Head Coach Bill Cowher Featured on NFL Network's 'A Football Life'

    'Bill Cowher: A Football Life' Premieres Friday, November 9 at 8:00 PM ET​
    "I love football, but my football life has been as much about family as it's been about football." – Bill Cowher
    The eighth season of NFL Network's Emmy-nominated series A Football Life continues Friday, November 9 at 8:00 PM ET with a profile of former Super Bowl-winning head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers and current CBS Sports analyst Bill Cowher. The one-hour show produced by NFL Films features sitdown interviews with Cowher, former Steelers players such as Jerome BettisRod Woodson and Joey Porter, current Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and others, as well as three sitdown interviews with his daughters MeaganLauren and Lindsay filmed over the course of 20 years.
    Each episode of A Football Life – as well as all NFL Network programming – can be streamed live through the NFL app and via Watch NFL Network on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4 and Roku). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/watch.
    Among the topics discussed in Bill Cowher: A Football Life are:
    • The importance he placed on family and the close bond the Cowher family had
    • Making an impression upon Marty Schottenheimer while playing for the Cleveland Browns and how that influenced his coaching career
    • The relationship he formed with Bill Belichick 
    • Being named the head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1992 
    • Winning Super Bowl XL and stepping away from coaching after the 2006 NFL season
    • The passing of his wife Kaye Cowher
    • His current broadcasting career as an analyst for CBS Sports 
    Emmy-nominated actor Josh Charles narrates.
    Bill Cowher: A Football Life includes interviews with the following people and more:
    Bill Cowher
    Meagan Cowher Westgarth – Daughter
    Lauren Cowher – Daughter
    Lindsay Cowher Kelly – Daughter
    Rod Woodson – Pro Football Hall of Fame cornerback
    Jerome Bettis – Pro Football Hall of Fame running back
    Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback
    Joey Porter – Former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker 
    Bill Belichick – New England Patriots head coach
    Tony Dungy – Pro Football Hall of Fame head coach 
    Provided below are some select quotes from Bill Cowher: A Football Life:
    "I love football, but my football life has been as much about family as it's been about football." – Bill Cowher
    "Some coaches do certain things for the camera – none of that he did for the camera. Everything he did was authentic as it gets." – Joey Porter
    "That chin, that scowl, that spit coming out of his mouth, his accent – all of those things are Pittsburgh through and through." – Ben Roethlisberger
    "Would I ever go back? I doubt it. But I always said, and I will still continue to say, why shut a door that you never have to shut? I don't know how I'll feel two or three years from now. I've seen other people get too much of an itch, they want to come back." – Bill Cowher on his coaching future  
    "He was like a psychologist in terms of understanding who he needed to push, who he needed to put his arm around, who he needed to get in their face. He was honest. He told you where you stood. That's all you ever wanted from a coach." – Jerome Bettis
    "There was validation…To bring that back to the city of Pittsburgh that many years later, a place where I grew up, it was pretty surreal." – Bill Cowher on winning Super Bowl XL
    "I think Bill got the best of both worlds. He got his fire and energy, and Marty [Schottenheimer's] preparation. When the two came together, you saw the results. You just could sense that here's a guy that people will follow, and you knew it was just a matter of time before some organization was going to take advantage of that." – Tony Dungy
    "For a nine-year old to say, 'Win or lose, Dad you'll still be my hero,' I'm like wow. It really to me encapsulates what our family is about. The very deepest, worst loss you can experience but all of a sudden there is your family. That was my strength. It was family that gets you through those tough times." – Bill Cowher
    This year, the 11-episode season of the highly-acclaimed series A Football Life airs Friday at 8:00 PM ETBelow is a broadcast schedule for upcoming episodes of A Football Life:
    • November 16 – Mike Holmgren
    • November 23 – Cris Collinsworth

    Broadcast Teams Announced for NFL Network's Week 15 and 16 Telecasts 

    Curt Menefee, Nate Burleson, Steve Mariucci & Melissa Stark to Call Texans-Jets (Week 15) & Redskins-Titans (Week 16)​
    Mike Tirico, Kurt Warner & Peter Schrager to call Browns-Broncos (Week 15) & Ravens-Chargers (Week 16)
    NFL Network has set its broadcast teams for the four NFL Network Special matchups in Week 15 and 16 of this season.
    Curt MenefeeNate Burleson and Steve Mariucci, along with Melissa Stark on the sidelines, will broadcast two games on NFL Network, beginning with the Week 15 matchup between the Houston Texans and New York Jets on Saturday, December 15. In Week 16, Menefee, Burleson, Mariucci and Stark will broadcast the Washington Redskins-Tennessee Titans game on Saturday, December 22. Kickoff for both games is at 4:30 PM ET.
    Mike Tirico and Kurt Warner, along with Peter Schrager on the sidelines, will broadcast the Cleveland Browns-Denver Broncos Week 15 game on Saturday, December 15 and the Baltimore Ravens-Los Angeles Chargers Week 16 game on Saturday, December 22. Kickoff for both games is at 8:20 PM ET.
    In addition to airing on NFL Network, each game will be available on local broadcast stations in the respective home markets of the competing teams (KHOU in Houston, WNBC in New York, WOIO in Cleveland, KDVR in Denver, WRC in Washington, WSMV in Nashville, WBAL in Baltimore and KABC in Los Angeles). Several digital streaming options are also available to fans, with the full listing available at NFL.com/NFLNSpecial.
    The 2018 Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light season continues Thursday, November 8 when quarterback Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers travel to face wide receiver Antonio Brown and the Pittsburgh Steelers at 8:20 PM ET on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video. Coverage from Pittsburgh starts at 6:00 PM ET on NFL Network with NFL GameDay Kickoff.

    A continuación encontraras los detalles de transmisión de los juegos de la NFL en Español de la semana #12Espero y lo puedas considerar para cobertura.

    ·       Jueves, 22 de noviembre – Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints (Thursday Night Football)
    o   Hora: 8:20 p.m. ET / 5:20 p.m. PT
    o   Canal: Fox Deportes
     
    Los fanáticos que vean el Thursday Night Football también pueden participar en el "Jueves de NFL Sweepstakes" para tener la oportunidad de ganar un viaje para dos al Campeonato NFC 2019 y / o una tarjeta de regalo de $ 250 NFLShop.com.

    Para entrar, los participantes deben mirar FOX Deportes los jueves para la palabra de la semana. Los participantes tendrán hasta el comienzo del tercer trimestre para visitar www.juevesdenfl.com y registrarse con la palabra para tener la oportunidad de ganar el sorteo de premios mayor y semanal.

    ·       Lunes, 26 de noviembre – Tennessee Titans vs. Houston Texans (Monday Night Football)
    o   Hora: 8:15 p.m. ET / 5:15 p.m. PT
    o   Canal: ESPN Deportes

    Además, no te pierdas el nuevo segmento en vivo de la NFL, 3 Partidos Imperdibles, que se transmite en la página de Facebook (@NFL) cada viernes de esta temporada, con el presentador Martin del Palacio. Esta semana, trae los mejores juegos de la Semana 12 de la NFL.

    Síguenos en Twitter en @NFLEspanol y en Facebook en @NFL y recibe todas las noticias de última hora.

    A continuación encontraras los detalles de transmisión de los juegos de la NFL en Español de la semana #11. Espero y lo puedas considerar para cobertura.

    ·       Jueves, 15 de noviembre – Green Bay Packers vs. Seattle Seahawks (Thursday Night Football)
    o   Hora: 8:20 p.m. ET / 5:20 p.m. PT
    o   Canal: Fox Deportes

    ·       Lunes, 19 de noviembre – Kansas City Chiefs vs. Los Angeles Rams (Monday Night Football)
    o   Hora: 8:15 p.m. ET / 5:15 p.m. PT
    o   Canal: ESPN Deportes

    Además, no te pierdas el nuevo segmento en vivo de la NFL, 3 Partidos Imperdibles, que se transmite en la página de Facebook (@NFL) cada viernes de esta temporada, con el presentador Martin del Palacio. Esta semana, trae los mejores juegos de la Semana 11 de la NFL.


    A continuación encontraras los detalles de transmisión de los juegos de la NFL en Español de la semana #10. Espero y lo puedas considerar para cobertura.

    ·       Jueves, 8 de noviembre – Carolina Panthers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (Thursday Night Football) 
    o   Hora: 8:20 p.m. ET / 5:20 p.m. PT
    o   Canal: Fox Deportes

    ·       Lunes, 12 de noviembre – New York Giants vs. San Francisco 49ers (Monday Night Football) 
    o   Hora: 8:15 p.m. ET / 5:15 p.m. PT
    o   Canal: ESPN Deportes

    Además, no te pierdas el nuevo segmento en vivo de la NFL, 3 Partidos Imperdibles, que se transmite en la página de Facebook (@NFL) cada viernes de esta temporada, con el presentador Martin del Palacio. Esta semana, trae los mejores juegos de la Semana 10 de la NFL.

    Síguenos en Twitter en @NFLEspanol y en Facebook en @NFL y recibe todas las noticias de última hora.


    LOS ANGELES – La National Football League y FOX Deportes, el líder de los canales deportivos en español, hoy revelaron la nueva página web en español de la liga.
    NFL.com/Español, operado por FOX Deportes, es el destino preeminente para los fanáticos hispano hablantes para contenido de la NFL, incluyendo resultados en vivo, estadísticas, tablas, calendarios y videos de las mejores jugadas.
    “Estamos contentos de expandir nuestra relación con FOX Deportes, con el objetivo de ofrecer a los fanáticos hispanos de la NFL contenido a profundidad y a través de diferentes plataformas”, dijo Marissa Fernández, Estrategia de Mercadeo y Desarrollo de aficionados de la NFL.  “La afición hispana es grande, está creciendo y es extremadamente apasionada. Esperamos trabajar en conjunto con FOX Deportes para servir y alegrar a nuestros fanáticos”.
    El lanzamiento de la nueva página viene en conjunto con una asociación expandida entre FOX Deportes y la NFL, en la cual el canal recientemente debutó como la casa en español de Thursday Night Football, presentado por Bud Light.  El calendario de los jueves de FOX Deportes incluye un total de once juegos durante la temporada actual junto con el juego del Día de Acción de Gracias entre los Washington Redskins y los Dallas Cowboys.  FOX Deportes cierra su temporada de la NFL con cuatro juegos de los playoffs incluyendo el Campeonato de la NFC el 20 de enero, 2019.
    “FOX Deportes está muy contento de poder operar la página web en español oficial de la NFL”, dijo Carlos Sánchez, Vicepresidente y Gerente General de FOX Deportes.  “FOX Deportes se ha establecido como la casa en español de Thursday Night Football, y la página web demuestra aún mas que FOX Deportes está tomando la delantera en cuanto a la cobertura de la NFL”.

    8:15 PM
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