Week 11 will give us 14 games to enjoy on the NFL side of things this week.
The 2020 NFL season is firmly in the second half with Week 11 on the horizon.
As Thanksgiving approaches, more and more teams have completed their annual byes. Once we get to the December part of the season, we will get back to our beloved 16-game slate. For now, we must enjoy all the football we can get while we can have it. This week, we will have 14 games on top for our enjoyment, including our typical allotment of three games in primetime.
2020 NFL Week 11 schedule
Thursday, Nov. 19 (8:20 p.m. ET)
- Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks
Sunday, Nov. 22 (1:00 p.m. ET)
- Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints
- New England Patriots at Houston Texans
- Detroit Lions at Carolina Panthers
- Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland Browns
- Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens
- Pittsburgh Steelers at Jacksonville Jaguars
- Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Football Team
Sunday, Nov. 22 (4:05 p.m. ET)
- New York Jets at Los Angeles Chargers
- Miami Dolphins at Denver Broncos
Sunday, Nov. 22 (4:25 p.m. ET)
- Green Bay Packers at Indianapolis Colts
- Dallas Cowboys at Minnesota Vikings
Sunday, Nov. 22 (8:20 p.m. ET)
- Kansas City Chiefs at Las Vegas Raiders
Monday, Nov. 23 (8:15 p.m. ET)
- Los Angeles Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers are all on bye weeks.
Thursday Night Football will be between a pair of NFC West rivals with a division title on their minds. The Seattle Seahawks will host the Arizona Cardinals in desperate need of a win. Seattle has lost three of four after falling to the Cardinals on the road in Glendale a few weeks ago. Arizona stunned the Buffalo Bills at home on Sunday by way of an improbable Hail Mary.
Sunday Night Football will be a clash of AFC West titans, as the Las Vegas Raiders will host the Kansas City Chiefs. While Kansas City is the defending Super Bowl champion, the Raiders won the previous matchup between these two bitter rivals, in Arrowhead no less. A win for Kansas City means the Chiefs win the division, while a sweep might mean something bigger in Sin City.
Monday Night Football has a pair of NFC contending teams going at it in the Los Angeles Rams and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Los Angeles is in a three-team race for NFC West supremacy, along with Arizona and Seattle. Though the Buccaneers are not going to catch the New Orleans Saints in the NFC South race, it seems their decade-plus postseason drought will come to an end.
What games will you be watching in NFL Week 11 this weekend?