The NFL season is heating up as we enter week 11, and there were some amazing plays that deserve to be highlighted. Here are some of the best plays of week 11, as chosen by nflukfans.co.uk.
- Aaron Rodgers throws a 75-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams. The Green Bay Packers quarterback showed off his arm strength and accuracy as he launched a deep ball to his favorite target, who outran the Minnesota Vikings defense and scored a spectacular touchdown. The play gave the Packers a 21-17 lead in the third quarter, and they went on to win 31-24.
- Derrick Henry breaks free for a 99-yard touchdown run. The Tennessee Titans running back is known for his power and speed, and he displayed both on this incredible play. Henry took a handoff at his own one-yard line and ran through the Houston Texans defense, breaking several tackles and stiff-arming defenders along the way. He reached the end zone for the longest run in franchise history and tied the NFL record for the longest run ever.
- Patrick Mahomes escapes pressure and finds Tyreek Hill for a 46-yard touchdown. The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback is one of the most elusive and creative players in the league, and he proved it once again on this play. Mahomes avoided a sack by spinning away from the Los Angeles Chargers pass rushers and scrambled to his right. He then threw a perfect pass across his body to Hill, who caught it in stride and raced to the end zone. The play gave the Chiefs a 14-10 lead in the second quarter, and they went on to win 28-24.
- Jalen Ramsey intercepts Lamar Jackson and returns it for a touchdown. The Los Angeles Rams cornerback is one of the best in the game, and he showed his skills on this play. Ramsey read Jackson’s eyes and jumped in front of his intended receiver, picking off the Baltimore Ravens quarterback. He then sprinted down the sideline for a 55-yard touchdown, giving the Rams a 17-7 lead in the first quarter. The Rams dominated the game and won 34-14.
- Justin Herbert throws a 53-yard touchdown pass to Keenan Allen on fourth down. The Los Angeles Chargers quarterback is having a phenomenal rookie season, and he added another highlight to his resume on this play. Herbert faced a fourth-and-five situation at his own 47-yard line, and he decided to go for it. He dropped back and threw a deep pass to Allen, who beat his defender and caught the ball in stride for a touchdown. The play cut the Chiefs’ lead to 28-17 in the fourth quarter, but the Chargers could not complete the comeback.