What to know about every NFC team heading into Week 11

New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley tries to get past San Francisco's Jimmie Ward on Nov. 12 at Levi's Stadium.
(Tony Avelar / Associated Press)

Arizona: Both of the Cardinals’ wins this season have come against San Francisco. This week they play the Raiders, who lost to the 49ers 34-3 last week.

Atlanta: Julio Jones has reached 10,000 yards receiving in an NFL record 104 games, surpassing former Detroit great Calvin Johnson, who did it in 115 games.

Carolina: Cornerback Donte Jackson leads the Panthers and all rookies with four interceptions. That’s one more than Sunday’s opponent, Detroit, has this season.

Chicago: Mitchell Trubisky has tied franchise record with four 300-yard passing games this season. He had a career-high 355 in win over Detroit last week.


Dallas: DeMarcus Lawrence had a sack during the Cowboys’ 27-7 loss to Atlanta last season and is seeking one for third straight game vs. an NFC South team.

Detroit: The Lions put starting right guard T.J. Lang on injured reserve, a tough blow for a team that has lost three in a row and given up 16 sacks in its last two games.

Green Bay: Davante Adams had 10 catches for a career-high 166 yards, including a 57-yard bomb from Aaron Rodgers, Thursday night in a 27-24 loss to Seattle.

Minnesota: Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs each have three games with 10-plus catches. Cris Carter holds team record with four such games in 1994 and again in 1995.

New Orleans: Running back Alvin Kamara has scored at least two touchdowns in three straight games and nine times during his two-year career (25 games).

N.Y. Giants: With 586 yards rushing and 530 yards receiving, rookie Saquon Barkley is the only player in the league to top the 500-yard mark in both categories.

Philadelphia: Zach Ertz is on pace to break season records for tight ends in yards receiving (1,327, Rob Gronkowski) and catches (110, Jason Witten).

RAMS: Todd Gurley hasn’t been held without a touchdown since a 32-16 win over the Arizona Cardinals on Dec. 3, 2017. That 13-game stretch is a franchise record.


San Francisco: Kyle Shanahan said the 2-8 49ers’ final six games will be used to evaluate players: “We’ll see the guys who truly want to be a part of this.”

Seattle: How did Pete Carroll celebrate after the Seahawks ended a two-game skid by beating Green Bay on Thursday? “We went on the Ferris wheel,” he said.

Tampa Bay: The Buccaneers acquired Jason Pierre-Paul from the Giants via trade during the offseason. He has eight sacks, only two fewer than New York.

Washington: D.J. Swearinger, tied for No. 2 in the NFL with four picks, faces Houston, which drafted him in the sec- ond round in 2013 but cut him after two seasons.


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