Mahomes Back To Pass
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI - NOVEMBER 06: Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs passes the ball against the Tennessee Titans in the second half at Arrowhead Stadium on November 06, 2022 in Kansas City, Missouri. Photo by David Eulitt/Getty Images

Week 11 of the NFL proved to be another exciting weekend of the NFL as numerous games finished within one score. With another week in the books, there’s a lot to reflect on and parse through.

Here are 5 things that stood out in week 11 of the NFL:

1. Pat Mahomes and Travis Kelce Are Inevitable

Mahomes is a generational quarterback and the best quarterback in the NFL right now. Travis Kelce may just be the best tight end ever. The duo has never been better and NFL defenses are feeling the brunt of their dynamic. Kelce finished with 115 yards on six receptions and three touchdowns. Mahomes finished with 320 passing yards and three touchdowns while leading the Chiefs down a game-winning drive against the Chargers. The Chiefs look as strong as ever.

2. Are The Titans Being Slept On?

The Titans are quietly 7-3 after beating the Packers 27-17 on Thursday Night Football. They find themselves in every game they’ve played, the exception being a blowout loss to the Bill early in the season. Derrick Henry is the only running back currently over 1000 yards and he has 10 touchdowns to go along with it. The Titans' passing game is certainly a weakness, but the Titans may have found a formula on the back of Henry.

3. Zach Wilson’s struggles

The Jets have been one of the NFL’s best stories this season, shocking everyone with how solid of a football team they’ve been. They have legit talent at every position after a strong 2022 draft, with the quarterback position being the only question mark. Wilson had one of the worst performances you will see from a quarterback in a 10-3 loss to the Patriots. He threw for just 77 yards total and the Jets offense struggled to get anything going. Wilson’s struggles may lead the Jets to look elsewhere for a franchise QB.

4. Cowboys Huge Blowout

The Cowboys annihilated the Vikings who were coming off a huge win over the Bills last week. The Cowboys won 40-3 and are making a push for the top spot in the NFC East. At 7-3, they are just 2 games back behind the Eagles. Dak Prescott had a vintage performance putting up 276 yards along with 2 touchdowns. Ezekiel Elliot added two rushing touchdowns as well. The Cowboys might be rounding into form at the right time.

5. Bengals Finding Their Footing

The Bengals are now two games over .500 after their high-scoring win over the Steelers. The Bengals have won five of their last seven games and finding their footing at the right time. Their next two weeks will be a huge test, as they face the Titans and Chiefs respectively. The Bengals surprised everyone with a Super Bowl appearance last season, can they do it again?

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