NFL Football Scores - week 11
The Bills could have had Colin Kaepernick, right? Nathan Peterman threw 5 interceptions in the first half, and he only threw 14 passes! The Chargers went into halftime with a 37-7 lead.
Oh, yeah, and the Packers probably could have had Kaepernick for a bargain price on a short-term deal. The guy was even born in Wisconsin. They started 4-1 with Rodgers at the helm. Since Aaron's injury they are 1-4. Today they scored a humiliating goose egg in front of the home crowd in Lambeau. Hundley threw three INTs, lost a fumble, and was sacked six times.
What's this? The Giants won a game? It took them an overtime to pull it off, and even with the extra time they only scored 12 points, but a W is a W, and kudos go to their defense for holding the Chiefs to no touchdowns. (Do you remember when people were calling the Chiefs a major Super Bowl contender after they started 5-0 and gave the Eagles their only loss? It's hard to believe that was just a month ago.)
The Saints kept their winning streak intact, but it took a miracle. They were down by 15 with three minutes to play.
Mark Ingram of the Saints topped 130 rushing yards for the second week in a row, and this time he needed only 11 carries. After a slow start this season, he's averaging 100+ in his past six games.
The Eagles won (scoring 30 in the second half), while the Browns lost (scoring 0 in the second half). So what else is new?