Doug Baldwin and Markus Wheaton were the surprise contributors Sunday, but Scott White and Chris Towers have more to say about C.J. Anderson and Lamar Miller.
The Seahawks look dangerous, the Patriots dodged a bullet and more from the week that was in the NFL.
We are grading all of Sunday's games for Week 12. See how your team did.
Led by suddenly-sensational Kirk Cousins, the Redskins now control the NFC East after a huge win over the Giants. You like that?
Kelly's offense has not performed up to its usual standards this season.
A bad day got worse for the Broncos when safety T.J. Ward was ejected early in the fourth quarter for throwing a punch at Chiefs wide receiver Jeremy Maclin.
All eyes are on the three unbeatens, especially the Patriots as Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the 8-0 Pats head to New York to face the one team that's had their number in recent years. Could the Titans trip up the Panthers? Or the Texans ambush the Bengals?
The Lions and Chiefs kick off the third and final game of the NFL's 2015 International Series at Wembley Stadium in London at 9:30 a.m. ET (FOX). As expected, the Lions will be without linebacker DeAndre Levy (hip) while the Chiefs will be without starting guard Ben Grubbs.
A look at how the once dismal Raiders got on the road to respectability, and what they have to do to take the next step.
We're past the halfway point of the Fantasy season and owners know whether they're in the playoff hunt or not. Dave Richard sets the trade values for teams can make their postseason runs.

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