NFL Week 11 Recaps 2020 NBA Draft Results Round 1: 1. Minnesota Timberwolves: Anthony Edwards, SG, Georgia, 2. Golden State Warriors: James Wiseman, C, Memphis, 3. Charlotte Hornets: LaMelo Ball, PG, Illawarra, 4. Chicago Bulls: Patrick Williams, PF, Florida State, 5. Cleveland Cavaliers: Isaac Okoro, SF, Auburn, 6. Atlanta Hawks: Onyeka Okongwu, PF, USC, 7. Detroit Pistons: Killian Hayes, PG, Ratiopharm Ulm, 8. New York Knicks: Obi Toppin, PF, Dayton, 9. Washington Wizards: Deni Avdija, SF, Maccabi Tel Aviv, 10. Phoenix Suns: Jalen Smith, PF, Maryland, 11. San Antonio Spurs: Devin Vassell, SG, Florida State, 12. Sacramento Kings: Tyrese Haliburton, PG, Iowa State, 13. New Orleans Pelicans: Kira Lewis Jr., PG, Alabama, 14. Boston Celtics (from Memphis Grizzlies): Aaron Nesmith, SF, Vanderbilt, 15. Orlando Magic: Cole Anthony, PG, North Carolina, 16. Detroit Pistons (from Portland Trailblazers): Isaiah Stewart, PF, Washington, 17. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Brooklyn Nets): Aleksej Pokusevski, PF, Olympiacos BC B, 18. Dallas Mavericks: Josh Green, SG, Arizona, 19. Detroit Pistons (from Philadelphia 76ers): Saadiq Bey, SF, Villanova, 20. Miami Heat: Percious Achiuwa, PF, Memphis, 21. Philadelphia 76ers (from Oklahoma City Thunder): Tyrese Maxey, PG, Kentucky, 22. Denver Nuggets (from Houston Rockets): Zeke Nnaji, C, Arizona, 23. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Utah Jazz): Leandro Bolmaro, SG, F.C. Barcelona, 24. New Orleans Pelicans (from Indiana Pacers): R.J. Hampton, PG, NZ Breakers, 25. New York Knicks (from Denver Nuggets): Immanuel Quickley, SG, Kentucky, 26. Boston Celtics: Payton Pritchard, PG, Oregon, 27. Utah Jazz (from Los Angeles Clippers): Udoka Azubuike, C, Kansas, 28. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Los Angeles Lakers): Jaden McDaniels, SF, Washington, 29. Toronto Raptors: Malachi Flynn, PG, San Diego State, 30. Memphis Grizzlies (from Milwaukee Bucks): Desmond Bane, SG, TCU, Round 2: 31. Dallas Mavericks (from Golden State Warriors): Tyrell Terry, PG, Stanford, 32. Charlotte Hornets (from Cleveland Cavaliers): Vernon Carey Jr., C, Duke, 33. New York Knicks (from Minnesota Timberwolves): Daniel Oturo, C, Minnesota, 34. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Atlanta Hawks): Theo Maledon, PG, LDLC Asvel, 35. Sacramento Kings (from Detroit Pistons): Xavier Tillman, C, Michigan State, 36. Dallas Mavericks (from New York Knicks): Tyler Bey, SF, Colorado, 37. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Chicago Bulls): Vit Kreji, PG, Cassademont Zargoza, 38. Detroit Pistons (from Charlotte Hornets): Saben Lee, PG, Vanderbilt, 39. Utah Jazz (from Washington Wizards): Elijah Hughes, SF, Syracuse, 40. Memphis Grizzlies (from Phoenix Suns): Robert Woodard II, SF, Mississippi State, 41. San Antonio Spurs: Tre Jones, PG, Duke, 42. Charlotte Hornets (from New Orleans Pelicans): Nick Richards, C, Kentucky, 43. Sacramento Kings: Jahmi'us Ramsey, SG, Texas Tech, 44. Chicago Bulls (from Memphis Grizzlies): Marko Simonovic, C, KK Mega Bemax, 45. Milwaukee Bucks (from Orlando Magic): Jordan Nwora, SF, Louisville, 46. Portland Trailblazers: C.J. Elleby, SF, Washington State, 47. Boston Celtics (from Brooklyn Nets): Yam Madar, PG, Hapoel Tel Aviv, 48. Golden State Warriors (from Dallas Mavericks): Nico Mannion, PG, Arizona, 49. Philadelphia 76ers: Isaiah Joe, SG, Arkansas, 50. Atlanta Hawks (from Miami Heat): Skylar Mays, SG, LSU, 51. Golden State Warriors (from Utah Jazz): Justinian Jessup, SG, Boise State, 52. Sacramento Kings (from Houston Rockets): K.J. Martin, SF, IMG Academy HS (FL), 53. Washington Wizards (from Oklahoma City Thunder): Cassius Winston, PG, Michigan State, 54. Indiana Pacers: Cassius Stanley, SG, Duke, 55. Brooklyn Nets (from Denver Nuggets): Jay Scrubb, SG, John A. Logan, 56. Charlotte Hornets (from Boston Celtics): Grant Riller, PG, Charleston, 57. Los Angeles Clippers: Reggie Perry, PF, Mississippi State, 58. Philadelphia 76ers (from Los Angeles Lakers): Paul Reed, PF, DePaul, 59. Toronto Raptors: Jalen Harris, SG, Nevada, 60. Milwaukee Bucks: Sam Merrill, SG, Utah State

2020 NFL Week 11 Game Recaps

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Arizona Cardinals 6-4-0
Seattle Seahawks 7-3-0

Game Recap: SEATTLE-The quarterback matchup between Kyler Murray and Russell Wilson will be one to watch. These quarterbacks pushed each other to the limit on Sunday Night Football a few weeks ago.

Russell Wilson began this game 3/3. He threw a first down to Tyler Lockett on a third down conversion. Wilson went back to Lockett. Russell Wilson began this game 4/4 with 33 passing yards. Budda Baker sniffed out a hand off to Carlos Hyde and got a tackle for a loss for Arizona. Carlos Hyde ran for a first down. Russell Wilson wrapped up this drive going 5/5 with a touchdown pass to D.K. Metcalf.

Arizona went three and out on their first drive. Seattle did a great job defnesively on their first drive in this game. Seattle stopped Kyler Murray on their second drive in this game too as Seattle forced Arizona to two consecutive three and outs to start this game.

Wilson began 6/6 and Wilson threw a completion to D.K. Metcalf. Wilson would have began the game 7/7 if it wasn't for a holding penalty by backup center Damien Lewis.

Seattle led 7-0 after one quarter of play. Arizona had to adjust in the second quarter.

It looked like Seattle recovered a fumble. Kenyan Drake was ruled down in the end zone. Arizona tied the game at 7-7.

Russell Wilson threw a touchdown pass to Tyler Lockett. Seattle got a field goal later in the second quarter. Seattle led 16-7 at halftime. Arizona had 3 three and outs on five possessions in the first half.

Arizona would have had their fourth three and out on offense if it wasn't for an unnecessary roughness penalty on Quandre Diggs that gave Arizona an automatic first down. Kyler Murray followed that up with a first down to Christian Kirk. Seattle got by D.J. Humphries at left tackle, but Murray used his legs to escape the pocket before throwing an incompletion on the run. Murray threw a first down to Christian Kirk. Murray threw a touchdown pass to Arnold. Seattle led 16-14.

Russell Wilson drove Seattle downfield. Carlos Hyde got a rushing touchdown. Seattle led 23-14 after three quarters of play.

Kyler Murray threw a touchdown pass to Chase Edmonds. Seattle led 23-21.

Seattle got a safety and then drove the ball downfield for a field goal. Seattle led 28-21 following the safety and the field goal.

Carlos Dunlap sacked Kyler Murray and got by right tackle Kelvin Beachum on fourth down. Seattle won 28-21.

Seattle Seahawks 4-3 left end Carlos Dunlap was my player of the game. Carlos Dunlap had 2 solo tackles, 2 assisted tackles, 4 total tackles, 2 sacks, and 2 tackles for a loss. Dunlap made at least eight big plays and the game-winning play on fourth down which is why he was my player of the game for Seattle in this win.

Cincinnati Bengals 2-7-1
Washington Football Team 3-7-0

Game Recap: WASHINGTON-Joe Burrow faces Chase Young. THe former Ohio State teammates that went top two in the 2020 NFL Draft after Joe Burrow transferred to LSU finally face off with each other in week 11.

Cincinnati had a chance to gain the lead. Cincinnati missed a field goal.

Antonio Gibson got a rushing touchdown. Washington led 7-0 after one quarter of play.

Joe Burrow threw a touchdown pass to A.J. Green. Cincinnati missed the extra point. Cincinnati got a field goal thanks to Randy Bullock. Cincinnati led 9-7 at halftime.

Things changed really quick in the second half. Joe Burrow got hit hard and tore his ACL. Burrow is done for the year.

Washington went on an 13-0 after Joe Burrow left the game. Washington won 20-9.

Antonio Gibson was my player of the game. Antonio Gibson had 16 carries, 94 rushing yards, 10 receiving yards, 104 total yards, and 1 rushing touchdown.

Atlanta Falcons 3-7-0
New Orleans Saints 8-2-0

Game Recap: NEW ORLEANS-Atlanta headed to New Orleans. Jameis Winston made his first start with the New Orleans Saints.

Atlanta drove downfield and got a field goal. Atlanta led 3-0.

Will Lutz got a field goal. That tied this game at 3-3. This game was tied at 3-3 after one quarter of play.

Younghoe Koo got not one, but two field goals in the second quarter. Atlanta led 9-3. Those field goals in the second quarter were the only points that Atlanta would get for the rest of the game.

New Orleans ended this game on a 21-0 run and won 24-9. My player of the game was New Orleans Saints center Erik McCoy. McCoy dominated in both pass protection and run blocking at center without Drew Brees in this contest.

Pittsburgh Steelers 10-0-0
Jacksonville Jaguars 1-9-0

Game Recap: JACKSONVILLE-Pittsburgh heads into Jacksonville looking for their first 10-0 start in franchise history. Pittsburgh's last playoff loss came to Jacksonville, but that was a completely different Jacksonville Jaguars team.

Jake Luton drove Jacksonville downfield. Jacksonville got a field goal and led 3-0.

Jacksonville attempted an onside kick. Luckily for Jacksonville, Chris Boswell missed the field goal on that possession. Jacksonville led 3-0 after one quarter of play.

Pittsburgh outscored Jacksonville 27-0 in the final three quarters of play. Chris Boswell tied this game at 3-3. Chase Claypool scored a touchdown to take a 10-3 lead.

Benny Snell Jr. scored a touchdown. Pittsburgh led 17-3 at halftime.

Pittsburgh won this game 27-3. Pittsburgh's defense was my player of the game. This team defense as a whole, really stepped up and is the biggest reason the Pittsburgh Steelers are 10-0. Minkah Fitzpatrick and Terrell Edmunds each had 2 interceptions as Pittsburgh's safety tandem stepped up.

New England Patriots 4-6-0
Houston Texans 3-7-0

Game Recap: HOUSTON-New England heads to Houston. New England won six of their last seven games against the Houston Texans with Houston's last win coming in 2019.

New England got a touchdown. Houston tied it up on their next series when Deshaun Watson threw a touchdown pass to Randall Cobb which made it a 7-7 game. This game was tied 7-7 after one quarter of play.

New England got a field goal from Nick Folk after a drive that lasted 5 minutes and 5 seconds. New England led 10-7.

Deshaun Watson scrambled for a rushing touchdown. Houston led 14-10.

Later in the second quarter, Deshaun Watson threw a touchdown pass to Keke Coutee. Houston led 21-10 at halftime.

Both teams adjusted defensively in the second half. Houston played well enough defensively to win this game 27-20.

Both quarterbacks dominated this game despite the final score. New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton went 26/40 with 365 passing yards, 1 passing touchdown, and no interceptions.

Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson was my player of the game. Deshaun Watson went 28/37 with 346 passing yards, 2 passing touchdowns, 34 rushing yards, 1 rushing touchdown, 380 total yards, 3 total touchdowns, and no interceptions.

Philadelphia Eagles 3-6-1
Cleveland Browns 7-3-0

Game Recap: CLEVELAND-Cleveland does not have Myles Garrett. Carson Palmer should have more time in the pocket.

Philadelphia got to the goal line, but they fumbled and Cleveland took over. Cleveland went for it on fourth down later on their first offensive series and Kareem Hunt got a rushing touchdown which would have gave Cleveland the lead, but the play was overturned meaning that run resulted in a turnover on downs. Neither team scored in the first quarter.

Denzel Ward blitzed Carson Wentz. Cleveland returned a pick 6 for a touchdown. Cleveland maintained their lead for the entire game even without Myles Garrett as their defense stepped up big time in a 22-17 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb was my player of the game. Nick Chubb had 20 carries for 114 rushing yards in the win over Philadelphia.

Detroit Lions 4-6-0
Carolina Panthers 4-7-0

Game Recap: CAROLINA-Carolina will not have Tedy Bridgewater at quarterback. Detroit will not have D'Andre Swift at running back or Kenny Golladay at wide receiver.

Carolina shut out Detroit 20-0. This was Carolina's first shutout since week 14 of the 2015 season during the year where the Panthers had Cam Newton's MVP season when they made Super Bowl 50.

Carolina Panthers wide receiver Curtis Samuel was my player of the game. Curtis Samuel had 8 receptions, 70 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown. D.J. Moore, the teams primary receiver and go-to-target had 7 receptions for 127 receiving yards. These receivers made things easy for former XFL quarterback Phillip Walker.

Tennessee Titans 7-3-0
Baltimore Ravens 6-4-0

Game Recap: BALTIMORE-Tennessee and Baltimore met in the AFC Divisional Round last year where Tennessee won. The lower seeded team always won a playoff matchup between these two teams dating back to 2000-2001 when the Ravens beat a 1 seed Tennessee Titans team. The coaches Mike Vrabel and John Harbaugh had a pregame verbal brawl.

Tennessee's defense held Baltimore to a three and out on their opening series. Baltimore punted the football to Tennessee.

Tennessee put together a drive that lasted 5 minutes and 16 seconds. The drive ended when Ryan Tannehill threw a touchdown pass to tight end Jonnu Smith. Tannehill connected with Jonnu Smith on second and goal. Tennessee led 7-0.

Baltimore put together a drive that lasted 6 minutes and 47 seconds. After a 22-yard run by Lamar Jackson, Jackson attempted to connect with Mark Andrews for a touchdown on first down. The play resulted in a deflection and incompletion which led to a defensive stop. Justin Tucker kicked a field goal. Tennessee led 7-3 after one quarter of play.

Ryan Tannehill threw an interception to Tyus Bowser. Lamar Jackson was stopped on first and goal which led to another defensive stop by the Titans. Baltimore got a field goal off of that interception. Tennessee led 7-6.

Baltimore's defense held Tennessee to a three and out. Tennessee punted the ball back to Baltimore.

~Lamar Jackson threw a 30-yard pass to tight end Mark Andrews on third and thirteen. That big play set up a rushing touchdown by J.K. Dobbins. Baltimore went for the two point conversion as well and got that thanks to Dobbins catching a pass from Lamar Jackson. Baltimore led 14-7.

Tennessee had no first downs since the opening drive when they got a touchdown. That needed to end. Ryan Tannehill scrambled for a first down. Logan Woodside the backup quarterback threw a fake punt pass on fourth down to keep the drive alive. Yannick Ngakoue tipped a pass that Ryan Tannehill threw. Yannick forced a fumble that went out of bounds. Tennessee kicked a field goal. Baltimore led 14-10 at halftime.

Lamar Jackson threw a 31-yard touchdown pass to Mark Andrews. Baltimore led 21-10.

Tennessee kicked a field goal. Baltimore led 21-13 after three quarters of play.

Tennessee got a field goal which made it 21-16. Tennessee got a touchdown and a two point conversion on their next offensive drive. Tennessee led 24-21.

Justin Tucker tied this game with a field goal. This game went to overtime tied at 24-24.

Derrick Henry ran it into the end zone for a game winning touchdown. Henry's run looked like an L and that's what he handed the Ravens.

Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry was my player of the game. Derrick Henry had 28 carries, 133 rushing yards, and 1 rushing touchdown in the win over Baltimore.

New York Jets 0-10-0
Los Angeles Chargers 3-7-0

Game Recap: LOS ANGELES-Sam Darnold was injured. Joe Flacco started in relief of Darnold.

New York blocked a punt. La'Michael Perine, the rookie from Florida who had a strong game in the 2020 Senior Bowl ran it in for a touchdown. New York led 6-0 after a missed extra point.

The Chargers drove downfield until a fumble. New York recovered the fumble.

Joe Flacco threw his first pass of the game. It was a pick 6. Los Angeles led 7-6 after one quarter of play.

The Chargers defense held the Jets to back-to-back three and out stops. Meanwhile Justin Herbert threw touchdown passes to Mike Williams and Hunter Henry. Los Angeles led 21-6.

Los Angeles got a field goal right before halftime. Los Angeles led 24-6 at halftime.

New York opened the second half with a touchdown. Joe Flacco threw a touchdown pass to Breshad Perriman. Los Angeles led 24-13.

Justin Herbert responded with a touchdown pass to wide receiver Keenan Allen. Los Angeles led 31-13 and won this game 34-28.

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert was 37/49 with 366 passing yards, 3 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions. Justin Herbert was my player of the game. Another player that dominated was wide receiver Keenan Allen who had 16 receptions, 145 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown.

Miami Dolphins 6-4-0
Denver Broncos 4-6-0

Game Recap: DENVER-Tua Tagovailoa has yet to lose as an NFL starter. Drew Lock beat Justin Herbert and now faces Tua Tagovailoa as Lock hopes to improve to 2-0 versus quarterbacks in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Denver won this game 20-13. Tua Tagovailoa got benched for Ryan Fitzpatrick, but Brian Flores said Tua was stil the starter.

Denver Broncos safety Justin Simmons was my player of the game. Justin Simmons had the game-winning interception for Denver in this contest.

Dallas Cowboys 3-7-0
Minnesota Vikings 4-6-0

Game Recap: MINNESOTA-Andy Dalton returned freom his injury. Dallas needed their backup quarterback with their starter Dak Prescott out for the year.

Minnesota watched Kirk Cousins get sacked. A few players later Demarcus Lawrence forced a fumble and Dallas recovered the fumble.

Andy Dalton threw a touchdown pass to running back Ezekiel Elliott. Dallas led 6-0 after Dallas missed the extra point.

Minneosta had a 12-play 85-yard drive that took up 7 minutes and 15 seconds. Dalvin Cook got a rushing touchdown. Minnesota led 7-6 after one quarter of play.

Andy Dalton threw an intercepetion to Eric Kendricks. Kirk Cousins threw a 27-yard pass to rookie wide receiver Justin Jefferson. Minnesota did nothing on the drive and punted it back to Dallas.

Andy Dalton threw a touchdown pass to CeeDee Lamb. Dallas led 13-7. Dallas kicked a field goal and led 16-7 at halftime.

Dallas won this game 31-28. CeeDee Lamb was my player of the game with only 4 receptions, 34 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown. You could make a case for running back Ezekiel Elliott as well.

Green Bay Packers 7-3-0
Indianapolis Colts 7-3-0

Game Recap: INDIANAPOLIS-Green Bay activated Allen Lazard. Green Bay's offense is nearly back at 100 percent full health late in the season.

Aaron Rodgers fumbled the ball and the Colts recovered it. Philip Rivers threw a completion for a first down, but that was a fumble as Green Bay recovered it.

Aaron Rodgers threw a touchdown pass to Tonyan after Green Bay had a 51-yard drive from their own 49-yard line on a 7-play drive that took up 4 minutes and 6 seconds. Green Bay led 7-0.

Philip Rivers threw a touchdown pass to Michael Pittman Jr. Aaron Rodgers threw an interception to Rock Ya-Sin after this game was tied at 7-7. Rodrigo Blankenship missed a field goal. This game was tied 7-7 after one quarter of play.

Aaron Jones got a rushing touchdown. Green Bay led 14-7.

Philip Rivers threw an interception to Christian Kirksey. Green Bay got the ball back as the former Brown who missed 2019 with an injury picked off Rivers.

Aaron Rodgers threw a touchdown pass to DaVante Adams. Green Bay led 21-7.

Philip Rivers threw a touchdown pass to Trey Burton. Green Bay led 21-14.

Aaron Rodgers threw a touchdown pas to Jamaal Williams. Green Bay led 28-14 at halftime.

Rodrigo Blankenship made a field goal. Green Bay led 28-17.

Indianapolis got a touchdown and a two point conversion. Green Bay led 28-25 after three quarters of play.

Rodrigo Blankenship made another field goal. Then these two teams traded field goals in the fourth quarter. This game was tied 31-31 after four quarters of play and would go to overtime.

Rodrigo Blankenship made the game-winning field goal in overtime. Indianapolis won 34-31.

Indianapolis Colts rookie wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr., their thirty fourth overall pick out of USC was my player of the game. Michael Pittman Jr. had 3 receptions on 3 targets for 66 receiving yards and 1 receiving touchdown. He caught everything Rivers threw his way and its surprising that the Colts didn't utilize him more.

Kansas City Chiefs 9-1-0
Las Vegas Raiders 6-4-0

Game Recap: LAS VEGAS-Kansas City headed to Las Vegas. Damon Arnette returned from injured reserve.

Las Vegas had an opening drive from their own 25-yard line. It was a 75-yard 6 play drive that took up 3 minutes and 35 seconds. Derek Carr went 2/2 on the drive with 45 passing yards on the drive. Josh Jacobs ran it in for a rushing touchdown. Las Vegas led 7-0.

Kansas City began their opening drive from their own 15-yard line. It was a 85-yard drive that lasted 14 plays and this opening drive by Kansas City took up 7 minutes and 24 seconds of play. Mahomes ended the drive with a touchdown pass to Tyreek Hill. That tied the game at 7-7.

Derek Carr continued his hot start on the second drive in the first quarter going 4/4 on the second drive after going 2/2 on the opening drive. Carr capped this drive off with a passing touchdown to Nelson Agholor starting the game 6/6 with 96 passing yards, 1 passing touchdown, and no interceptions. Las Vegas led 14-7 after one quarter of play.

Clyde Edwards-Helaire got a rushing touchdown. That tied this game at 14-14.

Derek Carr went 5/5 on the Las Vegas Raiders third drive before he threw his first incompletion of the game on third down. Derek Carr was 11/11 with 154 passing yards, 1 passing touchdown, and no interceptions before that first incompletion on third down which made Carr 11/12. Las Vegas got a field goal. Las Vegas led 17-14 at halftime.

Kansas City began the second half from their own 7-yard line. Kansas City put together a 16-play 93-yard drive that took up 8 minutes and 37 seconds of clock. Clyde Edwards-Helaire got another rushing touchdown.

The Las Vegas Raiders opening drive of the third quarter was so long that it carried into the fourth quarter. Kansas City led Las Vegas 21-17 after three quarters of play. Derek Carr threw a touchdown pass to Darren Waller. Las Vegas led 24-17.

Las Vegas stepped up on defense and held Kansas City to a three and out. The Kansas City Chiefs defense held this offense to a three and out as well.

Le'Veon Bell scored with 6 minutes left in the game. Kansas City led 28-24.

Derek Carr took up some time along with running back Josh Jacobs. Las Vegas got to the two minute warning with only one timeout left. Derek Carr threw a completion to tight end Darren Waller and had 1:53 left. Derek Carr threw a touchdown to Jason Witten on the next play despite great coverage by the Kansas City Chiefs on a play that took up 10 seconds of clock. Las Vegas led 31-28.

Kansas City got the ball on their own 25-yard line. Patrick Mahomes put together a 75-yard drive that only took up 1 minute and 15 seconds of clock. Patrick Mahomes threw the game-winning touchdown to Travis Kelce.

Kansas City won this game 35-31 after Derek Carr threw an interception to Daniel Sorensen. Two players won this game for Kansas City on offense. Those players are wide receiver Tyreek Hill and tight end Travis Kelce. I ultimately went with Kelce as player of the game in a close decision.

Tyreek Hill had 11 receptions, 102 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown at wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs. Travis Kelce had 8 receptions, 127 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown which was the game-winning touchdown for Kansas City in this game.

Los Angeles Rams 7-3-0
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7-4-0

Game Recap: TAMPA BAY-Jared Goff had his chance to get revenge on Tom Brady after losing Super Bowl 53 to Tom Brady's New England Patriots. That game was also Rob Gronkowski's last game as a Patriot before he agreed to join Brady in Tampa Bay.

Tampa Bay punted on their opening drive. Jared Goff put together a 13-play drive that lasted 7 minutes and 52 seconds. Jared Goff threw a touchdown pass to Robert Woods. Los Angeles led 7-0 after one quarter of play.

Tom Brady threw a touchdown pass to Mike Evans. That tied this game at 7-7.

Tampa Bay's defense stepped up and held the Los Angeles Rams to a three and out. Leonard Fournette got a rushing touchdown. Tampa Bay led 14-7.

Jared Goff put together an 8-play drive that lasted 4 minutes and 4 seconds. Jared Goff threw a touchdown pass to rookie wide receiver Van Jefferson. That tied this game at 14-14.

Los Angeles made a defensive stop. Los Angeles kicked a field goal. Los Angeles led 17-14 at halftime.

Jared Goff threw an interception to Jason Pierre-Paul. Tampa Bay got a field goal off of that drive and tied this game at 17-17.

Los Angeles put a drive together. They missed a field goal so this game remained tied at 17-17.

Tom Brady the 199th pick in the 2000 NFL Draft threw an interception to Jordan Fuller the 199th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. That is the first time in NFL history where 199 picked off 199.

Jared Goff threw an interception to Cam Akers. Los Angeles led 24-17 after three quarters of play.

Tom Brady threw a touchdown pass to Chris Godwin in the fourth quarter. That touchdown allowed Brady to surpass Brees who is injured at the moment. That touchdown tied this game at 24-24.

Los Angeles only had 1 offensive touchdown on 7 drives in the second half. Jared Goff with a big completion to Robert Woods which resulted in a first down. Goff went back to Woods as he ran the same route. Jared Goff threw his 50th pass of the game. This was an 18-yard completion to Cooper Kupp. William Gholston made a defensive stop. Los Angeles kicked a field goal. Los Angeles led 27-24.

Tom Brady threw a second interception to Jordan Fuller. The 199th pick picks off the 199th pick again. Los Angeles won 27-24.

Jordan Fuller was my player of the game for picking off Brady twice. This was also the Rams first win versus Tom Brady since the 2001-2002 regular season where the Rams beat Brady in the regular season prior to losing Super Bowl 36.

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