What We Saw: Week 11

The What We Saw team recaps everything you missed from Week 11

Week 11 was a down week for many offenses, and we had some true stinkers for games this week, but there was enough offensive firepower to make most fantasy matchups pretty interesting as we get closer to the fantasy playoffs. Tony Pollard went off in the Cowboys’ blowout over the Vikings, and Dak Prescott played pretty darn well himself. Davante Adams ripped out the hearts of Broncos fans with two long touchdowns, including a walkoff TD in OT. Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce did what they always do in Sunday Night Football, and that was score touchdowns and win a football game. These performances saved what was a lackluster day of football otherwise.

As always, be sure to check out our What We Saw podcast, which recaps the most important takeaways from Sunday’s games while also looking ahead to Monday night’s NFC East matchup between the 49ers and Cardinals.

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One response to “What We Saw: Week 11”

  1. Evan says:

    Just a quick note on the Commanders-Texans recap: Nico Collins is a second-year player, not a rookie.

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