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NFL standings, Week 11: Breaking down division standings heading to Week 12

The NFL is almost finished with Week 11. We break down the standings as the league starts to look to Week 12.

Deebo Samuel #19 of the San Francisco 49ers celebrates with George Kittle #85 after scoring a touchdown during the first quarter against the Jacksonville Jaguars at TIAA Bank Field on November 21, 2021 in Jacksonville, Florida. Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images

The NFL is working its way through Week 11 and we’ve already got some wildness the weekend before Thanksgiving.

The Colts thumped the Bills to open the day and suddenly the Patriots find themselves in first place in the AFC East. It was followed by all sorts of silliness in the 1 p.m. slate. The Texans went into Nashville and actually had little trouble with the Titans. The Vikings welcomed the division-leading Packers to town and stunned them in the closing seconds. The Ravens were playing without Lamar Jackson but managed a last minute win over the Bears. It was quite the early slate!

Below are the eight divisional standings, along with some quick thoughts about each division after 11 weeks of football. We’ll update with the remaining games this afternoon and evening, and after Monday Night Football.

AFC East

The Patriots opened the week with a shutout win over the Falcons. The Bills lost an ugly one to the Colts and suddenly find themselves in second place in the division. Meanwhile, the Dolphins beat the Jets to close out the weekend for the division.

  1. New England Patriots, 7-4
  2. Buffalo Bills, 6-4
  3. Miami Dolphins, 4-7
  4. New York Jets, 2-8

AFC North

The Browns held off the winless Lions. The Ravens came back in the closing seconds to beat the Bears. The Bengals thumped the Raiders in Las Vegas. The Steelers lost to the Chargers on Sunday Night Football.

  1. Baltimore Ravens, 7-3
  2. Cincinnati Bengals, 6-4
  3. Pittsburgh Steelers, 5-4-1
  4. Cleveland Browns, 6-5

AFC South

The Jaguars lost an ugly one at home to the 49ers. The Colts thumped the Bills in a surprising result. The Texans shocked the Titans in Nashville.

  1. Tennessee Titans, 8-3
  2. Indianapolis Colts, 6-5
  3. Houston Texans, 2-8
  4. Jacksonville Jaguars, 2-8

AFC West

The Raiders lost 32-13 at home to the Bengals. The Chiefs beat the Cowboys 19-9 in a game they never trailed. The Chargers beat the Steelers.

  1. Kansas City Chiefs, 7-4
  2. Los Angeles Chargers, 6-4
  3. Las Vegas Raiders, 5-5
  4. Denver Broncos, 5-5

NFC East

Washington beat the Panthers. The Eagles got a big win over the Saints. The Cowboys lost to the Chiefs in a game Kansas City led from start to finish. The Giants lost to the Bucs by 20 on Monday.

  1. Dallas Cowboys, 7-3
  2. Philadelphia Eagles, 5-6
  3. Washington Football Team, 4-6
  4. New York Giants, 3-7

NFC North

The Lions gave the Browns trouble, but couldn’t get the job done and remain winless. The Bears lost on a late Ravens score. The Vikings stunned the Packers late in the fourth quarter.

  1. Green Bay Packers, 8-3
  2. Minnesota Vikings, 5-5
  3. Chicago Bears, 3-7
  4. Detroit Lions, 0-9-1

NFC South

The Falcons opened the week with a shutout loss to the Patriots. The Panthers lost to Washington. The Saints lost in Philadelphia. The Bucs thumped the Giants by 20 to close out Week 11.

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 7-3
  2. New Orleans Saints, 5-5
  3. Carolina Panthers, 5-6
  4. Atlanta Falcons, 4-6

NFC West

The 49ers crushed the Jaguars to get back to .500. The Cardinals went into Seattle with Colt McCoy at quarterback and beat the Seahawks.

  1. Arizona Cardinals, 8-2
  2. Los Angeles Rams, 7-3
  3. San Francisco 49ers, 5-5
  4. Seattle Seahawks, 3-7