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NFL Week 11 Sunday Standouts: Offense

By Gordon McGuinness
Nov 20, 2017

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Nov 19, 2017; Mexico City, MEX; Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch (24) runs the ball past New England Patriots linebacker David Harris (45) during the second quarter at Estadio Azteca. Mandatory Credit: Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports

While the highest grades earned of Week 11’s Sunday slate were on the defensive side of the ball, that doesn’t mean that we didn’t see plenty of standout performances on the offensive side of the ball too. With that in mind, were are the offensive Sunday Standouts from Week 11.

WR Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers, 92.3 overall grade

Los Angeles Chargers WR Keenan Allen

The Los Angeles Chargers took advantage of the Buffalo Bills offensive struggles on Sunday, and wide receiver Keenan Allen had a huge game for the Chargers offense. Picking up 159 yards on 32 snaps in route, Allen racked up an average of 4.97 yards per route run, which ranks first among all wide receivers so far this week.

G Kelechi Osemele, Oakland Raiders, 90.0 overall grade

While the Oakland Raiders couldn’t pick up the win against the New England Patriots in Mexico, they did still get a big performance on the offensive line from Kelechi Osemele. From 50 snaps in pass protection, Osemele didn’t allow a single sack, hit or hurry, giving him a perfect 100.0 pass blocking efficiency rating.

RB Marshawn Lynch, Oakland Raiders, 89.3 overall grade

Given the game flow of the Raiders loss to the Patriots, opportunities were limited for running back Marshawn Lynch, but he produced on those limited snaps. Averaging 3.00 yards after contact per carry, Lynch forced four missed tackles on 12 touches, good for an elusive rating of 100.0.

G Brandon Scherff, Washington Redskins, 89.0 overall grade

Having an impressive season, Washington Redskins guard Brandon Scherff once again had a big performance on Sunday. Dominating as a run blocker, which has been a theme this season, Scherff produced a 90.0 run blocking grade, which currently ranks first among guards this week.

QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 86.8 overall grade

Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Ryan Fitzpatrick

Helping the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to another win on Sunday, quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick produced one of his best performances in recent memory. Finding big plays downfield, Fitzpatrick had a 100 percent completion rate on passes travelling 20 yards or further downfield.

G Josh Sitton, Chicago Bears, 86.8 overall grade

Josh Sitton impressed both as a run blocker and in pass protection for the Chicago Bears on Sunday, producing an 86.0 run blocking grade in the loss to the Lions. In pass protection, he too didn’t allow a single sack, hit or hurry, giving him a perfect 100.0 pass blocking efficiency rating.

QB Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 86.7 overall grade

New England Patriots QB Tom Brady

Picking up another win for the New England Patriots on Sunday, quarterback Tom Brady was his usual dominant self. Not even pressure could slow him down, with the Patriots signal caller producing a 100.0 adjusted completion percentage on throws under pressure.

WR Kenny Stills, Miami Dolphins, 86.1 overall grade

Another wide receiver who stood out on Sunday was Miami Dolphins pass catcher Kenny Stills. He led the NFL with 180 yards yesterday, and his 4.50 yards per route run average currently ranks second in the NFL this week.

TE Adam Shaheen, Chicago Bears, 85.7 overall grade

Much was made of Chicago Bears tight end Adam Shaheen in the lead up to the draft and he flashed some of that potential on Sunday. With 41 yards from 15 snaps in route, his 2.73 yards per route run average currently ranks fifth among tight ends this week.

RB Alex Collins, Baltimore Ravens, 85.1 overall grade

The Baltimore Ravens kept themselves in the thick of the wild card hunt with a road win against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, and running back Alex Collins saw plenty of carries. From 24 total touches on offense, he forced four missed tackles, and averaged 2.25 yards after contact per carry on 20 attempts.

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