Week 11 of the NFL concluded after an exciting Monday night football matchup with AFC West division rivals, Chiefs and Chargers. The game ended with another last-minute score from the Chiefs to advance to 8-2 on the season. But, to shift gears to the very opposite side of the NFL, the NFC East has been pretty exciting the past few weeks – if not the entire season.

Dallas Cowboys: Major win against the Vikings

The Cowboys had a major blowout win versus the Minnesota Vikings to keep their season going strong, 40-3. The Cowboys took off in the first quarter and never looked back. The only flaw the Cowboys could have had was keeping their starters in for longer than they needed, especially since their star defensive player, Micah Parsons, suffered a injury that kept him out for a small part of the game. The Cowboys face off against divsion rival, New York Giants, in a Thanksgiving matchup. The Giants are coming off of a loss to the Lions.

Washington Commanders: Beat the Texans, too.

The Houston Texans continue to face the wrath of the NFC East when the Commanders beat them, 23-10. In a game that sealed the deal for Taylor Heinicke becoming the starter for the rest of the season, the Commanders look to keep their win streak alive next week versus the Atlanta Falcons, who just beat the Chicago Bears, 27-24.

New York Giants: Sad loss to the Lions

The Giants had a devastating loss to the Detroit Lions, 31-18. The team started strong and tried to make a comeback in the fourth quarter, but it was not enough as the Lions took control of the game early on. The Giants are without Wan’Dale Robinson and five other players due to injury after the game. The Giants now face the Cowboys again on Thanksgiving, where Dallas just came off of their fantastic win over the Vikings.

Philadelphia Eagles: Nail-biting win against the Colts

The Eagles redeemed themselves to get back in the win column versus the Indianapolis Colts, 17-16. In a comeback win brought on by Jalen Hurts and the consistency of the defense, the Eagles look to redeem themselves in primetime versus the Green Bay Packers, who just lost to the Tennessee Titans, 27-17.

 

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