By Tom Morley

Week 11 in the NFL saw the play-off picture become clearer but also provided some shock results, here’s how the week unfolded.

Atlanta Falcons 0-25 New England Patriots 

The Falcons struggled at Foxborough and had only 200 total yards on offence whilst Mac jones continued to impress for the Patriots.

The rookie Quarterback threw for 207 yards, one touchdown and one interception as Bill Belichick’s side moved to 7-4 for the season.

Chicago Bears 13-16 Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens improved to 7-3 thanks to a late game winning touchdown from Devonta Freeman as the Ravens struggled without star Quarterback Lamar Jackson.

The Bears were blunt on offence as they lost Rookie Justin Fields to a rib injury, with Andy Dalton stepping in at Quarterback.

Dalton threw for an impressive 201 yards and two touchdowns but Chicago fell to 3-7.

Greenbay Packers 31-34 Minnesota Vikings

A last second Greg Joseph field goal stunned Arron Rodgers and the Cheeseheads in Minneapolis.

Kirk Cousins threw for 341 yards and three touchdowns, with Justin Jefferson having high receptions for 169 yards and two touchdowns and equalled Jerry Rice’s franchise record of eleven games with over 100+ yards receiving yards.

Arron Rodgers had an impressive game, throwing for 385 yards and four touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough to stop the Packers falling to defeat in this NFC North match-up.

Buffalo Bills 15-41 Indianapolis Colts

The Colts stunned Josh Allen the Bills in Indianapolis as Jonathon Taylor ran riot.

The second year running back had 185 yards on the ground and had 5 overall touchdowns.

Josh Allen struggled as he threw two interceptions and the Bills fell to 6-4.

Arizona Cardinals 23-13 Seattle Seahawks

Colt McCoy and the Cardinals heaped more pressure on Pete Caroll at Century Link Field as Seattles offence once again struggled.

Russell Wilson failed to have a touchdown pass for the second week in a row.

While McCoy threw for 328 yards and two touchdowns to move the Cardinals to 9-2.

After the game, Pete Carroll stormed out of his press conference as the Seahawks fell to a poor 3-7.

Pittsburgh Steelers 37-41 LA Chargers

Justin Herbert continued to impress as he threw for 382 yards in a blockbuster prime-time game on Sunday.

The Chargers moved to 6-4 for the season as Keenan Allen had 112 receiving yards.

Veteran Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw for 273 yards and three touchdowns as the Steelers moved to 5-4-1.