Ron Glover’s Week 11 NFL Recap: Robert Griffin III and Peyton Manning have record-setting performances

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RG3’s whirlwind rookie season continued with a huge day against the Eagles.

Washington Redskins rookie Robert Griffin III was 14 of 15 with four touchdowns. Griffin also ran for 83 yards as the Redskins defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 31-6.

Denver’s Peyton Manning surpassed Dan Marino in victories and career touchdown passes in the Broncos 30-23 win over the San Diego Chargers.

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Randall Cobb is quietly becoming “that guy” for the Packers.

Packers 24 – Lions 20 – The Packers may have landed the kill shot to the Lions playoff chances

Falcons 23 – Cardinals 19 – Matt Ryan throws five picks and lives to celebrate the victory.

Buccaneers 27 – Panthers 21 (ot) – Big win for the Bucs on the road.

Sheldon Brown’s personal foul kept a Cowboys drive alive.

Cowboys 23 – Browns 20 (ot) – The Cowboys didn’t want to win this game.

Redskins 31 – Eagles 6 – Neither did the Eagles

Jets 27 – Rams 13 – I guess Rex Ryan has a reason to stick his out this week.

Bengals 28 – Chiefs 6 – Andy Dalton has caught his second wind.

Texans 43 – Jags 37 – The Texans took Jacksonville lightly and it almost cost them.

Saints 38 – Raiders 17 – The Saints are back to .500 with a sweep of the Falcons in their sights next week.


Von Miller made sure that Phillip Rivers got the message yesterday.

Broncos 30 – Chargers 23 – Norv Turner will be home for Christmas.

Patriots 59 – Colts 24 – Andrew Luck struggled yesterday, but I dug his passion.

Ravens 13 – Steelers 10 – I believe the Steelers will be healthier when these two meet again in a couple of weeks.

Tonight: Bears vs. 49ers 8:30 pm

7 Responses to “Ron Glover’s Week 11 NFL Recap: Robert Griffin III and Peyton Manning have record-setting performances”

  1. TC says:

    Thanks for the summary – that’s a great recap!

  2. mapoui says:

    Chicago exposed as only a middlin’ to upper middle football power.

    Chicago were outplayed on all sides of the ball last night including coaching, by a better San Francisco team.

    same thing last week against Houston..only the Niners did not leave any doubts about Chicago this time.

    Lovie Smith is not going to get away with this team. he must improve his personnel .. offensive lime, secondary, youth for his aging defence.

    and a young QB with an eye to the future. Neither Cutler nor Campbell are answers

    and coaching…Mike Tice as OC does not impress. Tice did not appear to have too many clues last night

  3. Miranda says:

    Wow, the 49ers kicked ASS last night!

  4. ch555x says:

    I won’t take stock on the Bears’ MNF debacle (quit after the 1st qtr) nor will I bother to read the tea leaves in regards to who wins what and which seed goes where. Sometimes, it works while I’m thinking this year’s trend is to pull a “Giants”: teams mailing in wins or losing games to basement dwellers, but being good enough to squeak into the playoffs/SB.

  5. mapoui says:

    its all a set-up then?

  6. mapoui says:

    quit the bears certainly did.

    I thought I was the only one who saw that so did not want to mention it