Inevitably, the Packers continue their journey to greatness although facing a stern test at home to the Buccaneers. However the highlight of the week is of course the emergence of Tim Tebow, who is the hero of the week with his match winning display and heroics against the Jets.
Week 11 Highlight - Thursday Night Football - New York Jets @ Denver Broncos
'Tebow-mania' is well and truly running wild as the star quarterback put on a dramatic late show.
The second year QB ran for a twenty yard rushing touchdown with less than minute left on the clock to stun the Jets who were pretty much already celebrating a tough victory at Mile High.
The final drive was an enormous 95 yards and now the Broncos sit equalised on 5-5 with Tim Tebow on 4-1 since replacing the recently departed Kyle Orton. Watch this space.
San Diego Chargers 20 Chicago Bears 31
The Bears made it five victories in a row with QB Jay Cutler leading the way throwing for 286 yards and two touchdowns. On the complete opposite side of the coin, the fifth consecutive loss for the chargers is their worst streak since going 0-5 in 2003.
Oakland Raiders 27 Minnesota Vikings 21
Carson Palmer continues his good form for his new team throwing one touchdown for 164 yards which made the difference over a mistake-ridden Minnesota.
Buffalo Bills 8 Miami Dolphins 35
Quarterback Matt Moore is quickly making the fans forget about injured starter Chad Henne. Moore threw three touchdowns for 160 yards as they begin to gain momentum in their push for the play-offs.
Jacksonville Jaguars 10 Cleveland Browns 14
The Browns bounced back after last weeks demoralising loss to the Rams but got through by the skin of their teeth as Blaine Gabbert's final throw of the game was incomplete in the end zone as the Jaguars slump to 3-7.
Cincinnati Bengals 24 Baltimore Ravens 31
In what has been a roller coaster season for the Ravens, they rose up again courtesy of an impressive performance from quarterback Joe Flacco (270 yards, two touchdowns).
Dallas Cowboys 27 Washington Redskins 24 (Overtime)
A 39-yard field goal from Dan Bailey ten minutes into overtime was enough for the cowboys to win their third game in a row after allowing the Redskins to make a fourth quarter comeback.
Game of the Week
Carolina Panthers 35 Detroit Lions 49
In one of the games of the season, Lions QB Matthew Stafford put on a master-class to get past rookie Cam Newton and his panthers throwing a franchise-equalling five touchdown passes for 335 yards. Detroit are now the first NFL team since 1950 to win three games in season after being behind by at least 17 points.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 26 Green Bay Packers 35
Aaron Rodgers rallied his troops as they survived a major scare by the underdogs at Lambeau Field. This seasons MVP so far threw three touchdowns for 299 yards to march on to 10-0 before next weeks clash against rivals Detroit on Thanksgiving.
Arizona Cardinals 7 San Francisco 49ers 23
49ers QB Alex Smith continued his break through season form throwing two touchdowns for 267 yards on a wet afternoon in San Francisco. Cardinals QB John Skelton had a day to forget, filling in for injured Kevin Kolb he threw 3 interceptions and only 99 yards.
Seattle Seahawks 24 St Louis Rams 7
The Rams yet again lost a divisional rivalry adding to what is becoming a very forgettable season. Rams QB Sam Bradford was sacked five times and Seattle won for the second week in a row after morale boosting victory over the Ravens last week.
Tennessee Titans 17 Atlanta Falcons 23
Wide Receiver Julio Jones caught seven passes for 147 yards (season best) and the Falcons defence stayed strong to hold off an ever impressive Titans offence to bounce back after last weeks disappointing overtime loss to the Saints.
Sunday Night Football - Philadelphia Eagles 17 New York Giants 10
In the rematch from last seasons 'Miracle at Meadowlands', lightning struck twice as the Eagles rubbed defeat in the face of their rivals despite an injury plagued week.
Monday Night Football - Kansas City Chiefs 3 New England Patriots 34
Tight-end Rob Gronkowski continues his impressive second season as Tom Brady found him twice after beginning quite slow at the Gillette Stadium