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NFL Week 11 Storylines to Follow

Week 11 NFL storylines

Najee Harris has been held under 100 scrimmage yards in every game this season. The Steelers running back had nine games as a rookie of at least 100 scrimmage yards.

 

Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson needs 88 yards to set the record for most receiving yards in a player’s first three seasons.

 

Sean McVay

The Rams, who are riding a three-game losing streak, have never lost four straight games under Sean McVay.

 

Bears QB Justin Fields can become the second player in the Super Bowl era to record a passing and rushing TD in five straight games. The first to accomplish the feat was Cardinals QB Kyler Murray.

 

After gaining just 63 rushing yards in Week 1, the Ravens have rushed for at least 150 yards in every game since.

 

The Lions, on the road against the Giants, are seeking their first three-game winning streak since 2017.

 

Zach Wilson is 0-3 against the Patriots, with 2 touchdowns and 7 interceptions. The Jets quarterback is 8-8, with 17 TDs and 9 INTs vs. all other opponents.

 

Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes has never lost a road game against a divisional opponent (13-0). The Chiefs face the Chargers in Los Angeles Sunday night.

 

San Francisco receivers lead the NFL in yards after the catch; Arizona has allowed the most YAC in the NFL.

 

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