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Who won Sunday Night Football week 11?

Could the Chiefs unsaddle the rampant Cowboys? Would Rodgers' sore toe impact Green Bay's attempts to quieten the Vikings? Let's check out the SNF scores.

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Who won Sunday Night Football week 11?
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The New England Patriots tore apart the Atlanta Falcons 25-0 on Thursday night to get Week 11 off to a stunning start. Then all eyes turned to Sunday's busy schedule, with some tasty clashes in store for us lucky viewers.

Rodgers was back for the Green Bay Packers against the Minnesota Vikings; the Cincinnati Bengals were ready to growl at the Las Vegas Raiders; the Pittsburgh Steelers hoped to have the strength to defuse the Los Angeles Chargers; and then there was the little challenge of the Kansas City Chiefs trying to unsaddle the Dallas Cowboys who were riding high.

Let's have a look at just how Sunday's match-ups worked out with selected summaries...

Week 11 NFL Sunday 21 November results

Saints 29-40 Eagles

Jalen Hurts ran for three touchdowns and Darius Slay returned an interception for a touchdown as host Philadelphia held off New Orleans. Hurts passed for 147 yards and ran for 69 as the Eagles (5-6) had 242 yards on the ground against the NFL's No. 1 run defense. Philadelphia won at home for the first time since a 24-21 victory against the Saints in Week 14 last season and has won consecutive games for the first time this season.

Trevor Siemian, who had not thrown an interception in two previous starts since Jameis Winston suffered a season-ending knee injury, threw two picks, including Slay's touchdown. Siemian completed 22 of 40 throws for 214 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score, although New Orleans (5-5) lost its third straight.

Dolphins 24-17 Jets

Washington 27-21 Panthers

Colts 41-15 Bills

Jonathan Taylor rushed for 185 yards and scored a franchise-record five touchdowns Sunday as the Indianapolis Colts walloped the Buffalo Bills 41-15 in Orchard Park. Taylor tallied four scores on the ground and another on a pass as Indianapolis (6-5) made a mockery of the point spread that had Buffalo listed as a seven-point favorite. Taylor is the 16th player in NFL history to score at least five touchdowns in a game.

It was the second loss in three games for the Bills (6-4), who fell a half-game behind surging New England in the AFC East. Buffalo's performance was rife with mistakes, such as seven penalties and four turnovers. Indianapolis quarterback Carson Wentz was 11 of 20 for 106 yards and a touchdown, but he merely needed to avoid mistakes and hand the ball to Taylor.

Lions 10-13 Browns

49ers 30-10 Jaguars

Texans 22-13 Titans

Tyrod Taylor rushed for two touchdowns and Desmond King II recorded a pair of fourth-quarter interceptions as Houston (2-8) snapped an eight-game losing streak with the upset of host Tennessee (8-3).

King returned his second interception of Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill 25 yards to the Tennessee 15-yard line, and Texans kicker Ka'imi Fairbairn followed with a 37-yard field goal with 3:26 to play to make it a two-possession game.

It was Fairbairn's 57th consecutive conversion from 40 yards and in, securing Houston's second victory of the season. The Titans had their six-game winning streak snapped as they committed five turnovers.

Packers 31-34 Vikings - how we covered it live

Ravens 16-13 Bears

Devonta Freeman's 3-yard touchdown run with 22 seconds left lifted visiting Baltimore (7-3) over Chicago (3-7). After the Bears took a 13-9 lead with 1:41 remaining, the Ravens, helped by a 21-yard pass-interference penalty and a 30-yard completion from quarterback Tyler Huntley to Sammy Watkins, drove 72 yards in five plays.

Andy Dalton had found Marquise Goodwin for a 49-yard touchdown pass with 1:41 remaining to give Chicago the lead.

Bengals 32-13 Raiders

Cowboys 9-19 Chiefs - how we covered it live

Cardinals 23-13 Seahawks

Colt McCoy, subbing for the injured Kyler Murray, threw two touchdown passes to tight end Zach Ertz as Arizona defeated host Seattle in an NFC West matchup. McCoy, who led the New York Giants to a 17-12 victory at Seattle last season as an injury replacement, completed 35 of 44 passes for 328 yards as the division-leading Cardinals (9-2) improved to 6-0 on the road. James Conner scored on a 1-yard run with 2:20 remaining to help clinch the victory.

Russell Wilson, in his second game back after finger surgery, was 14 of 26 for 207 yards for the Seahawks (3-7), who dropped to 1-4 at home.

Steelers 37-41 Chargers

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